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  • noun Plural form of manuduction.


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  • Loutherbourg was described as 'a gentleman of superior abilities, well known in the scientific and polite assemblies for his brilliancy of talents as a philosopher and painter, 'who, with his wife, had been made proper recipients of the' divine manuductions, 'and gifted with power

    Art in England Notes and Studies


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