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Page 314 - An ESSAY on MEDALS ; or an Introduction to the Knowledge of Ancient and Modern Coins and Medals, especially those of Greece, Rome, and Britain. By JOHN PINK.ERTON.
Page 33 - Select letters on the trade and government of America; and the Principles of law and polity, applied to the American colonies.
Page 184 - Experiments and observations made with the view of improving the art of composing and applying calcareous cements...
Page 132 - ORIGINAL LETTERS, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., and Richard III., by various Persons of Rank or Consequence.
Page 323 - On the reasons for expecting that virtuous men shall meet after death in a state of happiness. IV. On the importance of Christianity, the nature of historical evidence, and miracles.
Page 52 - Reports of Cases upon Appeals and Writs of Error in the High Court of Parliament in Ireland, since the Restoration of the Appellate Jurisdiction.
Page 125 - On the origin and antiquity of round churches, and of the round church at Cambridge in particular,