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A Vocabulary, Persian, Arabic, and English; Abridged from the Quarto Edition ...
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Page i - The Wonders of Elora ; or the Narrative of a Journey to the Temples and Dwellings excavated out of a Mountain of Granite, and extending upwards of a Mile and a Quarter, at Elora, in the East Indies...
Page iii - The SECRETARY'S ASSISTANT ; exhibiting the various and most correct Modes of Superscription, Commencement, and Conclusion of Letters, to Persons of every Degree of Rank ; including the Diplomatic, Clerical and Judicial Dignitaries; with Lists of Foreign Ambassadors and Consuls.
Page iii - Thoughts, chiefly designed as Preparative or Persuasive to Private Devotion.
Page iv - The TOPOGRAPHY of all the known VINEYARDS; containing a Description of the Kind and Quality of their Products, and a Classification.
Page iii - The Star in the East ; shewing the Analogy which exists between the Lectures of Freemasonry, the Mechanism of Initiation into its Mysteries, and the Christian Religion. By George Oliver, author of " the Antiquities of Freemasonry.
Page iii - Foreign Ambassadors and Consuls. Also the Forms necessary to be used in Applications or Petitions to the King in Council, Houses of Lords and Commons, Government Offices, and Public Companies; with a Table of Precedency, and the Abbreviations of the several British and Foreign Orders of Knighthood. By the Author of the Peerage and Baronetage Charts, &c.