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- n. Plural form of ledgment.
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He is full of acknow-ledgments upon it; and so he ought to be.
Leofrida clafped her hands, and in an ecftafy of delight offered her pious acknow* ledgments to Heaven for thus refcuingthem from the horrors of captivity.
The Author could not conclude this PREFACE. this Preface, withonr exprefling his acknow - ledgments to feveral men of learning, who have each read one or more Sedions of this volume, and favoured him with their re - marks.
(iidvilions, and thereli) re could not but waiu fome re - frelhments; ut ue mull oun, with grateful acknow - ledgments to goodncis fiipreme, ih. it on our arrival heie, it could Icarcely belaid we had one In k man, and but a few who had the leall complaint.
A New, authentic, and complete collection of voyages round the world, undertaken and performed by royal authority [microform] : containing an authentic, entertaining, full, and complete history of Captain Cook's first, second, third and last voyages, undertaken by order of his present Majesty, for making discoveries in geography, navigation, astronomy, &c. in the southern and northern hemispheres & c. &c. &c. ... the whole comprehending a full account, from the earliest period to the present time ...
364 Memoirs of the War in the ledgments to the whole army, which was well dc - sened; as in every stage of the service it had exem - plified unvarying zeal, vigor and intrepidity.
Nei - ther (lid we languish long for an answer; it quickly arrived, in every respect as we would have wished, and consisted of modest acknow - ledgments for the honor we did him, assertions of the high esteeiq in which he held our country, and the most hearty, and pressing invitation to come to him as soon as our occasions would per -