Das gelehrte England, oder Lexikon der jetzlebenden Schriftsteller in Grosbritannien, Irland und Nord-Amerika, von Jahre 1770 bis 1790
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Page 201 - An Account of certain Receptacles of Air, in Birds, which communicate with the Lungs, and are lodged both among the fleshy parts and in the hollow Bones of those Animals.
Page 388 - Habits, &c., of the Inhabitants of England, from the arrival of the Saxons, till the reign of Henry the Eighth, with a short account of the Britons, during the Government of the Romans.
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,
Page 203 - The opinion of an eminent lawyer concerning the right of appeal, from the Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, to the Senate; supported by a short historical account of the jurisdiction of the University; are fully obviated.