The History of Aberdeen: Containing an Account of the Rise, Progress, and Extension of the City, from a Remote Period to the Present Day; Including ... an Account of the See of Aberdeen, and the Two Universities; with Biographical Sketches of Eminent Men Connected with the Bishoprick and Colleges, Томове 1–2
D. Chalmers and Company, 1811
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Страница 116 - Societies of good fellowship, for the purpose of raising, from time to time, by subscriptions of the several members of every such Society, or by voluntary contributions, a stock or fund for the mutual relief and maintenance of all and every the members thereof, in old age, sickness, and infirmity, or for the relief of the widows and children of deceased members...
Страница 122 - ... and whatever award shall be made by the said arbitrators, or the major part of them, according to the true purport and meaning of the rules of such society, confirmed by the justices according to the directions of this act, shall be in the form to this act annexed, and shall be binding and conclusive on all parties, and shall be final, to all intents and purposes, without appeal...
Страница 148 - THE greatest improvement in the productive powers of labour, and the greater part of the skill, dexterity, and judgment with which it is anywhere directed, or applied, seem to have been the effects of the division of labour.
Страница 148 - Secondly, the advantage which is gained by saving the time commonly lost in passing from one sort of work to another...
Страница 169 - Food not only constitutes the principal part of the riches of the world, but it is the abundance of food which gives the principal part of their value to many other sorts of riches.
Страница 354 - ... that no difference in religion, nor no law nor Act of Parliament made or to be made, can alter or divert the right of succession and lineal descent of the crown to the nearest and lawful heirs...
Страница 47 - Act to authorise for One Year, and until the End of the then next Session of Parliament, the Application of a Portion of the Highway Rates to Turnpike Roads in certain Cases.
Страница 232 - Religious antipathy, the fanftion of law, the exhortation of the clergy, the hope of fpoil, and the ardour to put the laft hand to the reformation, concurred to drive the rage of the people to its wildeft fury.
Страница 356 - Upon such an occasion the interference of government became necessary. The government did indeed interfere, and by a vote of council ordered, that whoever owned or refused to disown the declaration on oath, should be put to death, in the presence of two witnesses, though unarmed when taken. The execution of this massacre...