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| A Harecay of Be Evangeësts in English; A Care of Lectures on the Theory of with critica. Dissertations, an occasional PaLargraze and universai Gramscar. War raphrase, and Notes ide the Use of the Unrington, 1762. Izmo. Gosset, 4171, 12s. 6d. learned. London, 1750. 410. 12. This Horne Tooke, 559, 145.
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