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Collection For Improvement Of Husbandry And Trade (Newspaper) - August 7, 1896, London, Middlesex A II For Improvement of ahd 7. 16*96. Different Sort of of Sal Gem prouV fo k the fame mith common Salt ferments with oil of Some about the of the The Sea runs always and is falter than am exchequer of An from the Bills of Mortality and Price in Of Of Actions in N my La ft I gave an Account of the Quantity of Salt imported to and a farther Account of La my third Volume I have told you from is known by For 'tis or of fome other and perhaps there are as many different Sorts of as Salt will into different ' Dr. Wilkins reckons the imported Salt I am treating to be a Factitious having fome Analogy to the Mineral and by not being a more fimple Kind from Sea and the mod Condiment for Authors make a difference between Common Salt made from the Salt from the and Sal or } but Edmund Halley thinks them all oney and ije proves it He made the Royal Society a Brine with Common and fully it fo that a good Quantity fank to the Bottom in Form of then he hung in this for many Hours a of Sal or but there would not one Grain of ic but when other Sorts of Salt were put to it they pi From whence he concludes that the Sal Gem and Common Salt were the fame Species of Dr. Nehemiah Grew in his Anatomy of Common neither with Spirit of nor wich Spirit of nor with Aqua but with Oil of Vitriol it makes a great with and The Dr. in P. 234, thinks nothing elfe but that of Animals and Vegetables carried thither freed i from their other which he endeavours to prove by an Experiment and P. 263,' and 266. Cutt has the Figures of various Salts j the Sincerity of which I doubt under Mr. Experiment and the Major Part of and the Major Part of Animal and Vegetable Salts are I fee no why we may not think the 0(t the Seats proceed alfo in a great from the down of the or either from thence or alter they've been brought into life by Mankind 5 but this I give only as my Conjecture 5 but find his of 87, to be of the fame Mind j and heis by the Authority of Pliny 88. I am that the Euxine or Blacky Sea runs always out by with a water than that of the other Parts of the Sea and that Sea receiving many and great were perpetually by the of of in Bottom fuch as are found in and other Countries Next Friday from John F. S. in add As I am there has been lent ahd at times till 29,9&. the to pay the 6 At 1 1 lent Joynt Stocks 5 00000 23^* 99981$ o 8 4fb$. 9*7958 17 1896874 4*- Aid 1810243 4*-. Aid 18c6oco J2 The Poll 569093 paid I. lent 309100 Paper Aft 362*14 7 714260 5 a1 764.138 New 125 c 000 o. Annuities 412000 24 Mar. & 55oo8i 18 1353427 Co. and G. 462831 19 462328 paid 42jI2 27j000 2000 Aug. 5,1696, the of Exchange was for Hamburgh 33 to 33 33 U 3 o O Madrid O 56 59 6 6 59. O q. tQ 9 IN order to encourage a all the World I am willing I can meet with to keep and hope my Papers I think it tell that the laft Weekly of Mortality for fa were there of Males f 44,Females 11.S; of Males 196. Females 131. In all 327. 2. That a Wheat was to be 09 Ounces White Three like Loaf double the White Salt by ci 56 4 i. And I would be glad to hear the like Account from THE of July 30, 96 that was taken a French being a Shallop mih 24 and four and go and there was brought into Falmouth a French of That the parliament met the 27th and to the ift of September That have Of Aug 3. 96. has nothing worth ONE that has 3 Years of very good whom and can have his to have fome other ployment of that He can write and caft and play well on rhe feems of good have a large to f jf I. have fome rare to that every one is fit for the eating of the any warns a Coachman that alfo feems a fober and has very good I have divers cript Sermons of. ia worth in Giebe and other wife 4.0 li the Year I can tell A A Warrant about 70c Is Mony or writes as of Ground and been in caa be have Employ
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