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Il's lough being righl in the middle of a family of five.
It is possible some lioTiest man may have found it, and left it with the tavern keeper to be delivered to the righl
If you will not allow this emendation to be righl; and certain, yet T think you will aHow it to be probable and ingenious, to render the fenfe clearer and plainer, and to give to every part its juH weight and proportion.
Subtract the interpolated from the observed Declination (North Declinatin being +, and South —), and the remainder is to be Bubatituted for E ', the righl hand term in the equations of condition dependent upon Declination.
■ ihr piiriciui, ■ righl It Au TiKht did not llien tike place: for Lusia* S«xliai iru llie Gnl pIclKiwi wbo PUBLICOLA.
UndoobteJIjr they thought vi-ith aH anti - quity, that iWe, who [| - »niple on the equal righl« of maiikin. 1, and rife Superior to ihe hws of their corn -
The speeches of Iohn Wilkes, one of the knights of the shire for the county of Middlesex, in the Parliament appointed to meet at Westminster the 29.th day of November 1774, to the prorogation the 6.th day of June 1777