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Page 386 - Daya , or the Moon of Intellect : an allegorical Drama. And Atma Bod'h; or the Knowledge of Spirit.
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Page 227 - Thoughts on the Criminal Prisons of this Country, occasioned by the Bill now in the House of Commons, for Consolidating and Amending the Laws relating to Prisons...
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Page 368 - The Bible, not the Bible Society ; being an attempt to point out that mode of disseminating the Scriptures which would most effectually conduce to the security of the Established Church and the peace of the United Kingdom ; by the Hev.