The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 73, Part 1

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F. Jefferies, 1803 - Early English newspapers
The "Gentleman's magazine" section is a digest of selections from the weekly press; the "(Trader's) monthly intelligencer" section consists of news (foreign and domestic), vital statistics, a register of the month's new publications, and a calendar of forthcoming trade fairs.

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Page 167 - Merrill, be carried to the place from whence you came, that you be drawn from thence to the Place of Execution, where you are to be hanged by the Neck...
Page 160 - Phoebus repli'd, and touch'd my trembling ears; Fame is no plant that grows on mortal foil, Nor in the gliftering foil Set off to th...
Page 29 - He has also the privilege of recommending two persons as Auditors, at the weekly Meeting of the SOCIETY; and, by addressing a note to the Housekeeper, of introducing his friends to examine the various Models, Machines, and Productions, in different branches of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce, for which Rewards have been bestowed...
Page 29 - SOCIETY, it may be necessary to explain the mode by which its members continue to be elected. Each member has the privilege, at any weekly meeting of the SOCIETY, of proposing any person who is desirous to become a member, provided such proposal is signed by three members of the SOCIETY. Peers of the Realm or Lords of Parliament are, on their being...
Page 46 - ... and be signed by persons who have a positive knowledge of the facts stated. Where premiums or bounties are obtained in consequence of specimens produced, the Society mean to retain such part of those specimens as they may judge necessary, making a reasonable allowance for the same. No...
Page 29 - ... productions, in different branches of arts, manufactures, and commerce, for which rewards have been bestowed ; and "to inspect the- magnificent series of moral and historical paintings so happily Contrived and completed by J,tmrs Barry, Esq.
Page 33 - For the next greatest quantity; not less than fifteen acres, on similar conditions; — the Silver Medal. Information respecting its application to the feeding of cattle, hogs, and poultry, and other of its uses, is also desired. It is known to be particularly serviceable iu furnishing honey to bees.
Page 35 - ... gallons per hour, and the height to which it was raised, to be produced to the Society on or before the first of March, 1809.
Page 41 - BRONZES. For the best drapery figure or group cast in bronze ; if a single figure, not less than twelve inches high ; and if a group, not less than nine inches; and which will require the least additional labour to repair; the gold medal, or the silver medal and twenty guineas. The cast to be exhibited to the Society before it is begun to be repaired, with the original figure or group, together with a full explanation of the whole process.
Page 29 - ... members are elected. Each member has the privilege, at any weekly meeting of the Society, of proposing any person who is desirous to become a member, provided such proposal is signed by three members of the Society. Peers of the realm, or lords of parliament, are, on their being 6 proposed.

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