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Side 136 - Be not the first by whom the new is tried, nor yet the last to lay the old aside.
Side 75 - An Act to prolong the Time of the Commencement of an Act of the last Session of Parliament, for ascertaining and establishing Uniformity of Weights and Measures...
Side 23 - If, in the pride of our present strength, we were disposed to forget our origin, our very speech bewrays us : for we use the language which he taught us in the infancy of our science. If we, by our united efforts, are chiselling the ornaments and slowly raising up the pinnacles of one of the temples of nature, it was he who gave the plan, and laid the foundations, and erected a portion of the solid walls by the unassisted labour of his hands.
Side 44 - And whereas by an Act passed in the Twelfth Year of the Reign of Her said late Majesty Queen Anne, intituled An Act to reduce the Rate of Interest without any Prejudice to Parliamentary Securities...
Side 45 - ... or justice either to restore the same, or to cause the same, together with any pens, hurdles, troughs, litter, hay, straw, or other articles which he may judge likely to have been infected thereby, to be forthwith destroyed or otherwise disposed of in such manner as he shall deem proper, or as may be directed...
Side 99 - While the glad circle round them yield their souls To festive mirth, and wit that knows no gall. Meantime, their joyous task goes on apace: Some mingling stir the melted tar, and some, Deep on the new-shorn vagrant's heaving side, To stamp...
Side 74 - CHAIRMAN said he was sure they would all agree with him that they were very much indebted to Mr.
Side 365 - ... that are now eighteen months old. Much care and discrimination must be exercised in assorting qualities for the purpose of propagation. Mark the rams on the brisket with red paint or black pigment, which will mark the ewes on the rump, and enable the shepherd to place marks on the ewes regularly as they are impregnated. This mark being affixed every fortnight, will be found very useful in spring, in drawing the ewes for lambing, and in preventing any lambs being dropped unknown and unseen.
Side 5 - tedding " again takes place in the early part of the morning, and every other order, as practised on the two preceding days, follows in proper and due succession; the hay most forward now requires nice attention, and is managed according to the appearance of the weather; if fine and warm, it is again shaken out into round patches, or if a heavy crop, is usually strewed into "winrows...
Side 44 - Purpose of being so exposed or offered for Sale, in any Market, Fair, or other open or public Place where other Animals are commonly exposed for Sale, then and in any such Case it shall be lawful for any Clerk or Inspector or other Officer of such Fair or Market, or for any Constable or Policeman, or for any other Person authorized by the Mayor, or...

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