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Charles Mackay, Scottish poet, journalist, and editor was best known in his day for his verses, some of which were set to music. The book has been reprinted often since. We present the second edition here. The two-volume set did not number the chapters. Occasional typos are corrected, and a few corrections are made for consistency.
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Then he placed the wand into a fire, below. See Goldsmith and Lewis, the wax end melt and presto gold dust appeared. It is certain that he published in that city his Proposals and Reasons for extraordinxry a Council of Trade. We will not sell your details to a third party and you can un-subscribe at any time.