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- adj. Obsolete form of historic.
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Have resolved to sail upon the morning tide and commence our historick voyage to His Majesty's slave plantations in Guyana with our cargoe of nutritious high-fiber Bread-fruit.
It is a delight to see Stephenson's gears grind; they are cunningly die-cut, burnished to a fine luster, laid into an eye-pleasing Engine For Moving Scenery Through History of nigh-Piranesian design, the whole crafted of delicately-watered historick tool-steel.
Ritson, who had the virulence of a hornet and the same insect's inability to produce honey of his own, was considered by the reactionaries to have "punched Tom Warton's historick body full of deadly holes."
Says I, "That will give Liberty jest as imperious and showy a look as spurs would, and be fur more historick and symbolical."
It may gratify the publick interest to mention the circumstance, that my investigations to this end have enabled me to verify the fact (of much historick importance, and hitherto hotly debated) that Shearjashub
Now, however, she assumes her place on the historick roll.
I can advance another step in my historick undertaking — but