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  • n. indicates that a document has no publication date shown on the document and that none has been inferred from other evidence


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  • The date of that beginning cannot be fixed precisely ” there being no date attached to the True Bill found against Bileth, Prickett, Wilson, Motter, Bond, and Sims.

    Henry Hudson

  • The book was printed by Strahan, who was also a partner in Millar's publishing business; and there is a letter to him from Smith which, though bearing no date but Friday and no place of writing at all, must have been written, as indeed those two very circumstances indicate, in London, and some time during the winter of 1766-67.

    Life of Adam Smith


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