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" Sir Thomas Gresham: who, by the honourable profession of a merchant, having enriched himself and his country for carrying on the commerce of the world, built the Royal Exchange. "
The New Oxford Guide: Or, Companion Through the University: Exhibiting Every ... - Page 148
by Gentleman of Oxford - 1778 - 156 pages
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A Tour Through the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into ..., Volume 2

Daniel Defoe - 1748
...Sir THOMAS GRESHAJJ, with this Infcription : ' Who, by the -honourable Profeffion of Merchant, having enriched himfelf, and his Country ; for carrying on...the Commerce of the World, built the ROYAL EXCHANGE. INIGO JONES, Who, to adorn his Country, introduced and rivalled the Gretk and Roman Architecture. JOHN...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 14

1752
...Sir THOMAS GRESHAM, »ho, by the honourable profeffion of a merchant, having enriched himfelf and bis country, for carrying on the commerce of the world built the Royal Exchange." The accommodations dill wanting to the Courts of Juftice, Royal Boroughs, and Town-council of EDINBURGH,...
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Select epitaphs, collected by W. Toldervy. 2 vols. [in 1].

Select epitaphs, William Toldervy - 1755
...had not mifled her Way. On Sir THOMAS GRESHAM. Who, by the Honourable Profeffion of aMerchant, Having enriched himfelf and his Country, . For carrying on the Commerce of the World, .. Built the Royal-Exchange. [Stow, Buckingham/hire] On WILLIAM WARMSTRY, Eft, " The Memory of the Juft is blefled...
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Stow: A Description of the Magnificent Gardens of the Right Honourable ...

1756 - 32 pages
...Without any Infcription, Sir THOMAS GRESHAM, who, by the honourable Profeffion of a Merchant, having enriched himfelf, and his Country, for carrying on...Exchange. IGNATIUS JONES, who, to adorn his Country, introduc'd and rival'd the Greek and Roman Architecture. • JOHN MILTON, whofe fublime and unbounded...
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The British Magazine, Or, Monthly Repository for Gentlemen & Ladies

...with this infcription : Who, by the honourable profcfQen of* merchant, having enriched himfelf and hi* country, for carrying on the commerce of the world, built the Royal Exchange. Jndigo Jones, Who, to adorn his country, introduced and rivalled tin Creik and Roman architecture....
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A Tour Thro' the Whole Island of Great Britain: Divided Into Circuits Or ...

Daniel Defoe - 1761
...Infcription. Sir THOMAS GRESHAM, with this Infcription, Who, by the honourable ProfeJJion of Merchant, having enriched himfelf, and his Country, for carrying on...Who, to adorn his Country, introduced and rivalled ihe Greek and Romtn Architecture. JOHN MILTON, lf'hofe fublime and unhounded Genius equalled a Subject...
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A Pocket Companion for Oxford: Or, Guide Through the University. Containing ...

1764 - 132 pages
...here? Sir THOMAS GRESHAM, who by the honourable Profeffion of a Merchant, having enrich'd himfelf and Country, for carrying on the Commerce of the World,,...Royal Exchange. , IGNATIUS JONES, who, to adorn his Country,introduced and rivaled the Greek and Roman Architecture. JOHN MILTON, whofe fublime and unbounded--...
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A pocket companion for Oxford. To which are added, correct descriptions of ...

1766 - 120 pages
...? Sir THOMAS GRESH AM, who by the honourable Profeflion of a Merchant, having enrich'd himfelf and Country, for carrying on- the Commerce of the World,...JONES, who, to adorn his Country, introduced .and rivaled the Greek and . Reman Architecture: JOHN -MILTON, whofe fublime and unbounded Genius equalled...
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The English Connoisseur: Containing an Account of Whatever is Curious in ...

Thomas Martyn - 1766
...honourable profeffion of a merchant, having enriched himfclf, and his country, for carrying on the commeice of the world, built the Royal Exchange. Ignatius Jones,...to adorn his country, introduced and rivalled the Greek and Roman architefture. John Milton, whofe fublime and unbounded genius equalled a fubjecl that...
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Stowe: A Description of the Magnificent House and Gardens of the Right ...

1766 - 44 pages
...• - - • . t. \ ' * » -• .• ,' . « who by the honourable Profefiion of a Merchant havifig enriched himfelf and his Country, for carrying on the Commerce of the World1, 'built the" Royal' Exchange. IGNATIUS JONES, . • - - • I -j. . •• i ti f 4 • ! Jr...
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