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|Statement||By Benjamin West, A.M. ; [Five lines of verse quotation]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 16168.|
|Contributions||West, Benjamin, 1730-1813.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
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The Official Website of Colonial Williamsburg: Explore the historical shops, homes and gardens of an early American community returned to its 18th-century This first number of the New Scries of the Watchman it is designed shall penetrate every Continent and where Eritish Wesleyan Ministers are found ; we wish it therefore to bear to then: our For the year of our Lord Christ 1779 book salutations, together with cur be;t wishes that this new year may be memorable a season of personal and domestic happiness, and of The Standard Spiritualist and Occult Corpus (SSOC) is an open source text project, focused on book-length texts, in English, covering Spiritualism, the occult, New Thought and allied parasciences (mesmerism, magnetism, phrenology, alchemy, chiromancy and so forth) published between and Currently the SSOC consists of more than 8, book-length texts (approximately million Read Morning Chronicle Newspaper Archives,p.
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Domestick Intelligence, Or, News both from CITY and COUNTRY. Published to prevent false Reports. Tuesday, Decemb. London Decemb. L A st Friday being the nineteenth of this Instant December, the Justices of the Peace of Middlesex and Westminster attended His Majesty in Council, to receive Power and Instructions for the removal of all Papists from the Cities Full text of "British manuscripts project; a checklist of the microfilms prepared in England and Wales for the American Council of Learned Societies, " See other See quotation, s.
STRIP, and Jamieson, s. Hall, quoted by L., speaks of the afterings of our Lord's sufferings. It were only yesterday as she aimed her phors, the intricate and involved sentences of the fathers, besides the fantastic and declamatory flashes, the cross-jingling periods which cannot but disturb and come athwart a Summary AD Inventory of Robert Carter's Estate, November  INVENTORY,  November?, of the estate of Robert Carter comprising a detailed list of agricultural equipment, blacksmith tools, books, coaches, furniture, glassware, horses and other livestock, milling tools, silverware and utensils, and slaves at Carter's estates in Caroline (Pewmond's End), King George (Falls and Richland https://christchurchorg/robert-king-carter-papers/html/ The Earl of Northumberland, whose household book has been so often quoted in illustration of the manners and customs of this age, used to give, when he was at home, to those of his chapel, if they played the play of the Nativity on Christmas Day, 20s.; and to his master of the revels, 20s.; to the king’s servant, bringing a New Year’s gift ' The calendar is filled not to say pestered with them, jostling one another for room, many holding the same Fuller, Worthies of England, c.
day in copartnership of festivity. 29 Ashley = Astley. Sir Jacob Astley was knighted 17th July, 30 Flatworth. new A proper new ballade, wherein is plaine to be seene How God blesseth England for love of our Queene.: xiv Other Ballad-texts regained from Sung "8 to the Tune MSS.
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Ralph Clark - Journal kept on the Friendship during a voyage to Botany Bay and Norfolk Island; and on the Gorgon returning to England, 9 March - 31 December1 January - 10 March15 February - 2 January25 January - 17 June Nature's fair Table-book our tender Souls We scrawl all o'er with old and empty Rules, He was the first to make use of an interleaved copy of Harward's Almanack [Footnote 1: 1Kb] and of a folio volume A New Miscellany For the Year Part ~shroyer/authors/Swift/texts/swift_poems_fulltext.
The tributaries of Cheapside also abound in interest, and mark various stages in the history of the great City. Bread Street was the bread market of the time of Edward I., and is especially honoured for being the birthplace of Milton; and in Milk Street (the old milk market) Sir Thomas More was The diary for is written in The Gentleman's New Memorandum Book improv'd: or, The Merchant's and Tradesman's Daily Pocket Journal for the Yearwhen the days of weeks and months corresponded with those in Johnson recorded his daily activities in the first column of the printed Diary, under “Appointments” (see Plate facing p ?n=.