from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Relating to or concerning this; having a bearing on this matter.


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  • What I say hereanent, I say to make more understandable the conclusion of the matter, which I must now relate.

    The Well of Saint Clare

  • And for any necessity of the ceremonies in themselves, either our opposites must repudiate what hath unadvisedly fallen from their pens hereanent, or else forsake their beaten ground of indifferency, and say plainly, that the ceremonies are urged by them, to be observed with an opinion of necessity, as worship of God, and as things in themselves necessary.

    The Works of Mr. George Gillespie (Vol. 1 of 2)

  • -- (We would very much like to know the opinion hereanent of the Backveld newspaper organ in which we read of this meeting.

    Chapter XXII


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