The Life and Adventures of Joe Thompson: A Narrative Founded on Fact. Written by Himself ...

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John Hinton; and W. Frederick, in Bath, 1775

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Page 132 - If thou wouldest get a friend, prove him first, and be not hasty to credit him : for some man is a friend for his own occasion, and will not abide in the day of thy trouble. And there is a friend who being turned to enmity and strife, will discover thy reproach.
Page 310 - A NEW and UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY of ARTS and SCIENCES. Containing not only an Explanation of the various Terms made Use of in the several Arts and Sciences ; but also, whatever else is requisite to render those Branches of Literature themselves easy and familiar to the meanest Capacities.
Page 310 - Containing, not only an explanation of the various terms made ufe of in the feveral Arts and Sciences ; but, alfo, whatever elfe it requisite to render thofe branches of literature themfelves eafy and familiar w the meaneft capacities.
Page 53 - I had all the reafon in the world to be fatisfied with him. To obtain his pardon (tho* I was not angry with him — I could not be angry) he gave me his picture in miniature.
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Page 310 - DIRECTIONS FOR THE Profitable Reading of the Holy Scriptures^ TOGETHER With fome Obfervations for the Confirming their Divine Authority, and HJuilrating the Iiiiiculties thereof.

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