London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer...

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C. Ackers, 1732

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Page 483 - Under Two Years of Age Between Two and Five Five and Ten Ten and Twenty Twenty and Thirty Thirty...
Page 36 - His majefty went to the , houfe of peers, and gave ' the royal aflent to the following bills, viz.
Page 264 - Committee of the House of Commons, to whom the Petition of the Proprietors of the Charitable Corporation...
Page 39 - Think not, indignant reader His life useless to mankind: PROVIDENCE Favoured, or rather connived at, His execrable designs, That he might remain To this and future ages, A conspicuous proof and example Of how small estimation Exorbitant wealth is held in the sight Of the ALMIGHTY, By his...
Page 107 - Becaufe it has been found by Experience, during the Time the Duties upon Salt were taken off, that great Improvements have been made in feveral Parts of the Kingdom, by ufing Salt in manuring of Land, but by the Revival of thofe Duties, without the Provifion defigned by...
Page 491 - Adjusted, about the proper time of applying for a Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts : by shewing that no time is proper. By the Reverend Father in God, Edmund Lord Bishop of London.
Page 159 - Revelation examined with Candour; or, a fair enquiry into the sense and use of the several revelations expressly declared, or sufficiently implied, to be given to mankind, from the creation, as they are to be found in the Bible.
Page 99 - Edition, to which is now added an Account of the Author's Journey to the Banks of Euphrates at Beer, and to the Country of Mesopotamia.
Page 263 - Paraphrafes upon the Whole, or any Part thereof and the Authors of the fame. As alfo An ample Chronological Table of the Hiftory of the Bible, a Jewijh Calendar, Tables of all the Hebrew Coins, Weights, and Meafures, reduced to our own.
Page 311 - Pofleflbrs to bring in their Bonds, to be exchanged for others carrying 3 per Cent. from the 3oth of September 1732, payable in 18 Months, and that los.

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