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To the public. It has often been observed with wonder and regret, that a very considerable part of the coast of Great Britain continues destitute of the blessings of art, industry, and independence, ...
- British Society for Extending the Fisheries and Improving the Sea Coasts of this Kingdom.
'Immunise your child, see to it now - delay and you may regret it', Bill Simpson : Protect your child against polio, tetanus, diphtheria, measles and whooping cough : Best start during baby's first year : Visit your doctor or local clinic
- Great Britain. Scottish Health Education Unit.
Frances Duchesse Dovvager of Richmond and Lenox &c. her funerall teares. Or Larmes funebres de l'illustre Princesse Francoise Duchesse Dowagere de Richmond & de Lenox, Contesse Dowagere de Hartford, de Neuf-Chastell, & Darnley, &c : pour la mort & perte de son cher espoux, le tres-excellent & de-bonaire Prince Monseigneur Louis de Obegny Duc de Richmond & de Lenox, &c. qui deceda le 16. Feburier 1624. en la maison royale de Whit-hall, au grand regret du plusieurs nations.
- Darcie, Abraham, active 1625.
The Mite of praise. George Washington, the illustrious owner of Mount Vernon, was born in Virginia, (and as it is said) on the 11th day of February, A.D. 1732, old stile. He died on the 14th of December, A.D. 1799, new stile, aged 67 years, 9 months, and 20 days. He was commander in chief of the army--he resigned and retired to private life; was called to preside at the convention which formed our federal constitution, and by the unanimous voice of America [...] and was her president; was rechosen, and again served, then retired, approved and regretted to Mount Vernon--whence, impelled by love of his country, he became her volunteer, and was made, and died, lieutenant general and commander in chief of the army of the United States, and for him a nation weeps.
- Black, William, -1804