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TH E N A M\ E S OF TIH-E GENEROUS ENCOURAGERS O F T HIS W 0 R Which have been added fince the Publication of the F I R S T P A R T. ß''24( inN Z. % K:.;X -.:, T 9 M - .f VKi I 1 i.%' re,:X k I7 , 1.% 1X~ 1 mmI n, 9 fi4'9- , .4%, " .% ,;t41 . ..-1YX- _4a, ' i. ,;-leX Y. QIat A.' 7IHE Right Hon. the counhfs of Albemarle. John Abdv, of Albins in Effex, Ef9; Adcademny Royal of Paris. Mif Lucy Alie, of Northaw, Hertfordfhire. Mr. Hans Arnet, of Larawick, in Norway, Paintir., Mrs. Catherine Afihen. Ackv ille Spencer Bale,. E/fq; S Willam Bedford, M. D. Regil~er of the Roya3 liMr. John Bertrein, of Virginia. Thomas Beft, of Chilfion, in Kent, Efr, Mr. Birt, BookJeller. Mr. jofbua Blew, Librarian to the Inner-Temple A- 1Co~lcge of Ph8fft'.. Thomas, 9
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