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  • Mr. Fergusson, the self-taught philosopher, told him of a new-invented machine which went without horses: a man who sat in it turned a handle, which worked a spring that drove it forward.

    The Life of Samuel Johnson LL.D.

  • Becoming still more savage after his success in the civil war, he employed the utmost industry to discover those of the adverse party who absconded: many of them he racked with a new-invented torture, inserting fire through their private parts; and from some he cut off their hands.

    De vita Caesarum

  • A Description and Draught of a new-invented Machine for carrying vessels or ships out of, or into any harbour, port, or river, against wind and tide, or in a calm.

    Notes and Queries, Number 65, January 25, 1851

  • "Horal Surgery" is not a new-invented description of almanack, as it is announced as

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 30, 1841

  • Becoming still more savage after his success in the civil war, he employed the utmost industry to discover those of the adverse party who absconded: many of them he racked with a new-invented torture, inserting fire through their private parts; and from some he cut off their hands.

    The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 12: Domitian

  • To promote that demand, I wrote and published a pamphlet, entitled "An Account of the new-invented Pennsylvania Fireplaces; wherein their Construction and Manner of Operation is particularly explained; their Advantages above every other Method of warming Rooms demonstrated; and all Objections that have been raised against the Use of them answered and obviated," etc.

    The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin (1994 Edition)

  • To promote that demand, I wrote and published a pamphlet, entitled “An Account of the new-invented Pennsylvania Fireplaces; wherein their Construction and Manner of Operation is particularly explained; their Advantages above every other Method of warming Rooms demonstrated; and all Objections that have been raised against the Use of them answered and obviated, ” etc.

    Paras. 201-250

  • Are the church lands to be sold to Jews and jobbers; or given to bribe new-invented municipal republics into a participation in sacrilege?

    Paras. 75-99

  • So they went down along their new-invented stairs, and when they came to the bottom in the middle of the fall, they rested a little.

    Camps and Firesides of the Revolution

  • Mr. Fergusson, the self-taught philosopher, told him of a new-invented machine which went without horses: a man who sat in it turned a handle, which worked a spring that drove it forward.

    Life Of Johnson

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