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A particular and inventory of all and singular the lands, tenements, and hereditaments, goods, chattels, debts, and personal estate whatsoever, which Thomas Reynolds, Esq; Late one of the Directors of the Corporation of the Governour and Company of Merchants of Great-Britain, Trading to the South-Sea, and other Parts of America and for Encouraging the Fishery, was seiz'd or possess'd of, or intitul'd unto in his own Right, and which any other Person or Persons was or were seiz'd or possess'd of, in Trust for him, or to or for his Use or Benefit, on the 1st Day of June last past, or at any Time after: And also a true Account what Part and how much of such Goods, Chattels, Debts, or personal Estate of the said Thomas Reynolds, Esq; or any other Person in Trust for him with his Privity, has been Transferr'd, or otherwise dispos'd of since the said 1st Day of June last, and to what Person or Persons by Name, at what Time or Times, and for what Price or Consideration paid down or secured to be Paid. Together with the Abstract of the same.
- Reynolds, Thomas, Director of the South Sea Company.
- MDCCXXI. 
Sewage and trade wastes treatment in America, Great Britain, Holland and Germany. : Report of an enquiry commissioned by His Excellency the Governor of the state of South Australia, and jointly sponsored by the Commonwealth fund of New York, and the government of South Australia / by Henry J. N. Hodgson.
- Hodgson, Henry J. N.
Humble submission to divine sovereignty the duty of a bereaved nation. A sermon, occasioned by the death of His Excellency General George Washington, late commander in chief of the armies, and formerly president, of the United States of America. Preached in the Baptist Church, in Charleston, South-Carolina, on the 22d of February, 1800, before the American Revolution Society, the State Society of the Cincinnati, and a numerous assemblage of citizens. By Richard Furman, A.M. Pastor of the said church, and a member of the American Revolution Society. Originally delivered, and now published, at the joint request of the two societies. [Two lines of Scripture texts]
- Furman, Richard, 1755-1825.
- M.DCCC. 
Among the Indians of the Paraguayan Chaco : a story of missionary work in South America / told by W. Barbrooke Grubb, and his fellow-workers in the Chaco Mission of the South American Missionary Society ; with a preface by the Right Rev. Waite Hockin Stirling ; edited by Gertrude Wilson.
- Grubb, W. Barbrooke 1865-1930.