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... l>oth Sheffield, Saw-makers amt Par'.nei*s, having fome i ime fmcc alligned over all their vrtitc and Effetts to Mr. Alexander Speak of Sheffield Factor, James Smith, of Sheffield aforefaid, Iron- Mil tier, and Joseph Frith, the fame Place, Ironm after, • ...

SHEFFIELD

... vdetl and bafell er cr formed, to injure me, and impofe on the Pub.ic : theiefore mail llatethe following Fads. TRUTH WILL SPEAK FOR ITSELF. I. The faid Mr. Harg has me of taking Plan) which is evident Fall.ly, ray Work having been publimed fortnight before ...

REGISTER,

... adopted with regard to former loans, the public would not now have been labouring under their piefent burthens. Sir C. MiMeton Speaking on the caufes the increafe of the Kavy Eftablifhment, Said, that England was never before in poffeflionof So glorious a Navy ...

SHEFFIELD

... He after removed London, where feeing a Speaking Figure, made byfome foreigners, he completed another in very Ihort time, ami that means accumulated much money exhibiting it in various parts England. The Speaking l igure he afterwards fold to a printer ...

TO CORRESPONDENTS

... poftpohe its infertinn till next week* Our readers will be pleafed to correft pallage in the lettt r on the Oratorio laft week. Speaking of Mifs Webftcr, Hiould have read imagine lovely child, &c.’'—not imagine, &o.” printed by miilahe. FRIDAY’S POST. FROM WE ...

THE CARTHUSIAN. Kemf.te from noifc, he ran his soJ'y race ne’er had chang'd, nkr wiih d to change his p.ace

... with h-s public and private devotions, keeping his cell clean, and t.ic management of his garden, Lfr no vo d in Ins tinic. Speaking of the prefent troubles n Fiance, and that it was the general opuiion, tliat the icvcnucs of religious erdert would fequtfieied ...

confubrable afflounl—th* BdJ* 4 and in favo.;, f Mendoza. At Chefter aflizes came on to lie the and very important

... the finging part of thefervicein the following words: Let us to tlic prail'e and glory Goa !—a hvmn of otvn compofing !” Speaking-figures are every day becoming more and mors common and at this time a tvriitny-jigure, the produ&ioit ingenious carpenter ...

SONNET II

... wodd. Such was the lituation of our firlt arent, according to that great maftcr accuiatc delineation, our inimitable Milton. Speaking of the feeling- of the Progenitor of Mankind, when alone, even in Paradise, the Bard proceeds make him thus realou with his ...

dan, loi yon ir.nc.io time lo ion.; ’—am!, pool ir’i'- iow, he entreated to lay more a'oout it, and he

... other world, all the red your life.” The |-i 101 l then began to perform his olfice ; heard him in lileiicc—-he unable to speak. Vou lee, my good father (find the foldier) believes all you lay. may now, without any further delay, give him ablolution and ...

BANKRUPTS

... Eighteenth Century. BY THE REV. DR. WEN DEHORN. Tranjlatcd the G.rm y ’‘with A.ld\ti-ms and CorreflioKS THE AUTHOR HIMSFf.F. Speak as am. Sdakt fpeare*s Otbt //». This View comprehends the State Politic?, Commerce, Literature, Arts and Religion of England ...