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" Spitalfields and other communities, engaged in associations; and even the managers of the theatres offered to raise a body of their dependents for the service of the government. "
A Complete and Universal English Dictionary: Including ... I. An Explanation ... - Sivu 13
tekijä(t) James Barclay (Curate of Edmonton.) - 1799 - 952 sivua
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An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son [by ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1769
...filled with terror and confufion. The King refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment. The practitioners...the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependants for the fervice of their country. Yet thefe combinations only> ferved as inftanccs...

The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1771
...approach. In the mean time the king refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city 1 were incorporated into a regiment; the practitioners...to take the field, with the judges at their head; and even the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependents for the fervice of...

The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II.

Oliver Goldsmith - 1771
...refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment j the practitioners of the law agreed to take the field, with the judges at their head ; and even the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependents for the fervice...

The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Nide 4

Frederic Hervey - 1779
...rilled wich terror and confufion. The king refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment." The practitioners...the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependants for the fervice of their country. Yet thefe combinations only ferved as inftances...

The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Nide 3

Frederic Hervey - 1779
...refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regimenr. The practitioners of the law agreed to take the field,...the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependants for the fervice of their country. Yet thefe combinations only ierved as inftances...

The History of England from the Revolution to the Death of George ..., Nide 3

Tobias Smollett - 1785
...march : double watches were pofted at the city-gates, and fignals of alarm appointed. The voluntiers of the city were incorporated into a regiment : the practitioners of the law, headed by the judges, the weavers of Spitalfields, and other communities, engaged in aflbciations ;...

An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son

Oliver Goldsmith - 1786
...the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment. The pradtitioners of the law agreed to take the field with the judges...the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependents for the fervice of their country. Yet thefe combinations only ferved as inftances...

An History of England: In a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1788
...field in pc. ("on. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment. The praftitioners of the law agreed to take the field with the judges at their head. Even th« managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependents for the fervice of their...

The History of England: From the Earliest Times to the Death of George II ...

Oliver Goldsmith - 1789
...for his approach. In the mean time the king refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment ; the practitioners of the law agreed to take the held, with the judges at their head ; and even ihe managers of the theatres offered to raife a body...

An History of England, in a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to His Son

Oliver Goldsmith - 1792
...filled with terror and confufion. The king refolved to take the field in perfon. The volunteers of the city were incorporated into a regiment. The practitioners...the managers of the theatres offered to raife a body of their dependents for the fervice of their country. Yet thefe combinations only ferved as inftances...




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