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Exposition of the Elementary Principles, specially concerned in the Preservation of Healthiness, and Production of Distempers a mongst Mariners, &c. By Andrew Simpson, Surgeon. Thick octa

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The Fudge Family in Edinburgh, in a series of Poetical Epistles collected and arranged by Nehemiah Nettlebotham, Esq. of Brambleside, near

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The Glory of Regality; a Historical Treatise of the Anointing and Crowning of the Kings and Queens of England. By A. Taylor, F. S. A. 8vo. 15s.

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