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Reply to the Narrative made by General Clarke. (Mack. Coll. vol. 7.) 89
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see Napoleon.
SARTINE (M. de)—see Tickell.

SATAN. Inquiry into the Scripture Meaning of the word Satan. (Nasm. Coll. vol. 25.)
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SAvAGE (Major John) His Case; Account of his employment under Lord North's
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SAVERY (John)—see Bourne.

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SchLEGEL (A. W.)—see Norway.
SchLick (B.)—see Thames Tunnel.
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The Common Cause of the Landlord, Tenant, and Labourer, and the Common
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Second Letter to the Magistrates of the South of England, on the Allowance
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A Plan for the better Regulation of Mariners in the Merchant Service, and
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[SEARch (John)] What? and Who Says It? an Exposition of the Statement that the
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SEcker (Archbishop)—see Burton.

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On the Transmission of the Precious Metals, and the Mercantile Theory of
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Letters on the Corn Laws. (Ath. Coll. vol. 114.) 8° London, 1839.

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Elisha's Visit to Gilgal, and his healing the Pot of Pottage, symbolically
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SEYMoUR (R.) Old and New Friendly Societies; with an Account of the Becher and
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[SHEBBEARE (John)] Four Letters to the People of England, on the Situation and
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see Beard.
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A Letter on the alleged Claim of the Public to be admitted Gratis to the
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SHEE (Sir Martin A.) A Letter to Joseph Hume, in reply to his Aspersions on the
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see Rennie.
SHEEhy (P.) Union a Plague; in answer to Mr. MacKenna's Memoir on the Projected
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see America.
SHELBURNE (William, Earl of) A Candid Estimate of the Minister's Abilities. (M.
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Defence of the Earl of Shelburne, from the reproaches of his numerous
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Examination into the Principles, Conduct, and Designs of the Earl of Shel-
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SHERLEY FAMILY.—see Briggs.
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Some Considerations occasioned by a Postscript from Bishop Hoadly to Dr.
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The Condition and Example of our Blessed Saviour vindicated, in reply to
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see Hoadly, and Sykes.
SHIP BUILDERs. An Apology for English Ship Builders, showing that it is not neces-
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89 London, 1841.
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vol. 84.) 8° London, 1838.
SIBTHoRP (R. W.) Some Answer to the Enquiry, Why are you become a Catholic 2
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see Biber, Dodsworth, and Palmer.

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