Londons blame, if not its shame : manifested by the great neglect of the fishery, which affordeth to our neighbor nation yeerly, the revenue of many millions, which they take up at our doors, whilst with the stuggard, we fold our hands in our bosoms and will not stretch them forth to our mouths : or, the inestimable riches of the British seas, which do yeild a monthly harvest of several fish in their season, which being brought into the land, would make flesh at a low rate, encrease shipping, mariners, trade, and publique revenue, whereof this book doth give a plentiful account, the which we may in some measure thus accomplish: let every ward in London build a buss, and money to do it may be thus raised
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A new system of the spleen, vapours, and hypochondriack, melancholy; wherein all decays of the nerves and lownesses of the spirits, are mechanically accounted for. to which subjoin'd a discourse upon the nature, causa, and cure of melancholy, madness and lunacy; with a particular dissertation on the origine of the passions... to which is prefix'd a philosophical essay concerning the principles of thought, sensation and reflexion... Robinson, N. (A bettesworth, w innys, r rivington, 1729)
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