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Rev. Mr. Turner, Newcastle
- G. Taylor, coachmaker, ditto Thomas Tiren, Gateshead Taylor, Lemington
Ifaac Taylor, Newbourn
John Verty, Newcastle
Wilkinson, ftay-maker, ditto
Jofeph Walker, Shiel Row, ditte
John Watfon, Willington Matthew Waddell, Morpeth Thomas Wilkin, Alnwick Rev. Henry Wilkin, ditto
White, glafs-cutter, Newcastle
Walton, clerk, ditto
Henry Waggot, ditto
Wray, Tyne Brewery, ditto
Thomas Wilkinson, Stockton
George Watfon, North Shields
Caleb Willon, baker, Sunderland
Mrs. M Wood, Stockton, 2 cops.
Mifs Weatherburn, Bishop Wearmouth, 3 copies
Dr. Young, Newçaftle
Names omitted in the foregoing lift.
R. H. Atkinson, North Shields Peter Shields, Tynemouth
Mrs. Taylor, South Shields
We have endeavoured to make the abave lift as perfect as poffible, by printing all the names that have been handed to us. Our friends will therefore pardon any accidental omissions.
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THE inquisitive mind, assisted by
history, explores the transactions of ages past, and, by analogy, forms conjectures of what probably is, in future, to be achieved on the busy scenes of human affairs. It is obvious that faithful history is highly useful and of the utmost importance. Indeed, without it, ages would revolve, and events great and consequential take place; but, if not recorded in the historic page, they would all be carried down the stream of time, into the dark abyss of oblivion, forgotten and unknown. The honest historian, therefore, unwarped by prejudice, and superior to circumstances of locality, who considers the world as his country, and all men his brethren, is a friend to human kind. Hence, when HERODOTUS, THUCYDIDES, DIODORUS SICULUS, LIVIUS, and other renowned names, recited their immortal compositions, in the Forum and public places, before their enlightened and exulting countrymen, the honours paid them