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In Thee my soul shall trust, that spark divine,
The source of life, of action, of design,
Defies the tyrant death, and mocks the tomb,
Springs with new vigour, shines with fresher bloom,
Eas'd of the clog of earth, it mounts above,
A spirit wing'd, and ever shall improve
In knowledge, virtue, happiness, and love.

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RATE OF POSTAGE OF EVERY SINGLE LETTER BY LAND. MILES. CENTS.

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For more than No allowance is to be made for intermediate miles. Every double letter is to pay double the said rates; every triple letter, triple; every packet weighing one ounce, at the rate of four single letters for each ounce. Every ship letter originally received at an office for delivery, 5 cents. Magazines and Pamphlets, not over 50 miles, 1 cent per sheet Over. 50 miles, and not exceeding 100 do. I 1-2 cents. Over 100 do.2 cents

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A TABLE for reducing Shillings and Pence into Cents and Mills.

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EXAMPLE.---Reduce 3s. 6d. to Cents and Mills.

Look for 3s. at the

head of the column, and 6 under pence at the left hand fide; then caff your eye along in that line till you come to the 38. column, you have 58 Cents 3 Mills, the answer.

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ATABLE in which the gold coins of A TABLE, in which the gold coins Great Britain and Portugal are reduced to an equivalent value in dollars and ceats.

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AMERICAN STANDARD OF MONEY.

Approved by as of Congress, April 10, 1806.

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BY CHARLES ROLLIN,

LATE PRINCIPAL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF PARIS, &c.

IN EIGHT VOLUMES.

ILLUSTRATED WITH PLATES.

VOL. II.

PUBLISHED BY

J. BIOREN, & T. L. PLOWMAN, PHILADELPHIA; MUNRO
& FRANCIS, BOSTON; W. D. TREDWELL, PORTS-

MOUTH; AND T. CLARK, PORTLAND.

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