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8vo. 5s. MACKERELL, Benjamin. The This is esteemed the most able of the
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Horne Tooke, 449, 11. 2s. flourishing Corporation of Kings Lynn, in the County of Norfolk. Nature and Nations ; introductory to a
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, 6 pages, also 11 plates at pp. 1,8, 116 Years of Age was miraculously 18, 156, 180, 181, 182, 184, 218, 220, and restored to a youthful Vigour and 272. There are other plates on the letter- Complexion, new Haire growing press.
upon his Head, new Teethe in his MACKGILL, James. Discours Mouth and his Eyes restored to a Particulier d'Ecosse, escrit
most perfect Sight. 1657. 12mo. Commandment et Ordonnance de
A copy is in the British Museum. la Royne Douariere et Regente, of the World, a Comedy; and Love
MACKLIN, Charles. The Man par Messres Jacques Mackgill, Clerk du Registre et Jean Bellen à la Mode, a Farce. London, 1793. den, Clerc de la Justice. xi. Jan- royal 4to. vier, M.D.LIX. Edinb. 1824. 4to.
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Harmony of the four Gospels : In Published anonymously. Fonthill, 2763, which the natural Order of each is
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Dr. Macknight closely adheres to the prin-, Esq. on Occasion of his View of the internal ciple of Osiander ; but his paraphrase and Evidence of Christianity. London, 1777. commentary contain so much useful informa 8vo. tion, that his Harmony has long been re MACLAREN, Charles. A Dissergarded as a standard book among divines. tation on the Topography of the The preliminary dissertations are highly valuable. Bishop Marsh says, that whoever Plain of Troy. Edinbugh, 1822. makes use of this Harmony should compare
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