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  • adjective Mentioned afterwards.


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after +‎ mentioned


  • The first deduction is the sum for the saving in quantity and price of coals, as aftermentioned; the last sum shows the difference of cost and expenditure of the route by the Red Sea, as compared with the route by the Cape of Good Hope; bearing in mind, however, that the expense of the establishment from Falmouth to Alexandria would still remain, admitting that the route by the Cape of Good Hope was adopted.

    A General Plan for a Mail Communication by Steam, Between Great Britain and the Eastern and Western Parts of the World

  • I think this apostle in this one word “Is there any wise man among you, or any endowed with knowledge” and that word, “glory not,” strikes at the root of all the forementioned and aftermentioned evils.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

  • (which is drunk as aftermentioned) and a wooden spoon; each pie is cut in two, and divided by the bailiff, one half between the steward, bailiff, and the tenant of a coney warren, and the other half into six parts, and divided amongst the six shepherds of the beforementioned six townships.

    A Righte Merrie Christmasse The Story of Christ-Tide


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