Chamber's Encyclopœdia

Chamber's Encyclopœdia

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... awnbrokera#39;s three balls, and the barbera#39;s pole, with in Scotland (as on the Continent) the brazen basin, which recalls Don Quixote. ... one of the nerds for the authentication of royal grants; for its use and for the signet office, now abolished, see SEAL, p. ... Sign-manual, ROYAL, the superscription of the sovereign, which must be adhibited to all writs which have to pass the ... Slgourney, Mas LYDIA Hummer (Huntley being her maiden name), American authoress, was born at Norwich, anbsp;...

Title:Chamber's Encyclopœdia
Publisher: - 1892

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