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Aberdeen, Lord, his improper conduct towards Portugal, 426; his absurd
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Drama, the, brought to the test of scripture and found wanting, review
Edwards, Mr B. opposes the exclusion of the produce of the United
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Eliot, Sir John, his imprisonment, 517; his death, 520.
Fitzgerald, notice of Moore's Life of, 114; parentage of Lord Edward,
Frith, John, condemned and burnt for denying the doctrines of transub-