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Pagina 8 - And Abraham hearkened unto Ephron; and Abraham weighed to Ephron the silver, which he had named in the audience of the sons of Heth, four hundred shekels of silver, current money with the merchant.
Pagina 416 - Simon's essay on Irish coins, and of the currency of foreign monies in Ireland; with Mr. Snelling's supplement...
Pagina 420 - The regulating Silver Coin made practicable and easie to the Government and Subject, humbly submitted to the Consideration of both Houses of Parliament, by a Lover of his Country.
Pagina 415 - Numismatique" has just been awarded by the French Institute to the author for this work. " Mr. Akerman's volume contains a notice of every known variety, with copious...
Pagina 392 - That she should flee as a bird unto the hill? 2 For lo, the ungodly bend their bow, and make ready their arrows within the quiver : that they may privily shoot at them which are true of heart.
Pagina 416 - Tables of English Silver and Gold Coins: First published by Martin Folkes Esq., and now Re-printed, with Plates and Explanations, by the Society of Antiquaries, London, MDCCLXIH.
Pagina 405 - ... septentrionibus est, conspectum. Id oriebatur circa undecimam horam diei, clarumque et omnibus e terris conspicuum fuit. Eo sidere significari vulgus credidit Caesaris animam inter deorum immortalium numina receptam : quo nomine id insigne simulacro capitis ejus quod mox in foro consecravimus adjectum est.
Pagina 266 - This night are come out new farthings, weighing a quarter of an ounce, fine pewter, which is but the price of new pewter, that so the people may never hereafter fear to lose much by them ; with the harp on one side, and a crosse on the other, with TK above it,