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The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological ... - Page 29
by Benjamin Martin - 1755
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The Universal magazine of knowledge and pleasure

...Britannia, under the charac • ter of Minerva, accompanied with a lion ; the other figure is expreffive of Fame, who, having prefented to Britannia a medallion...whilft exhibited to public view. The medallion is accompanied with a globe, and various honorary crowns, as due to valour. Behind the figures is a lofty...
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London Magazine: Or, Gentleman's Monthly Intelligencer..., Volume 24

1755
...two figures : The one reprefents Britannia, under the chjraQer of Minerva, accompanied with a lion s The other figure is expreflive of Fame, , who having prefented to Britannia a medallion of the hero, fuppbrts it whilft exhibited to publick view. The. medallion is accompanied with a plobe, and various...
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General Magazine of Arts and Sciences, Philosophical, Philological ...

1755
...all raking the Marlborough fore and aft. On the rock ftand two figures. The one reprefents Eritannia, under the character of Minerva, accompanied with a lion. The other figure is expreffiveof fame, who, having prefented to Britannia a Medallion of the hero, fupportsit, whilft exhibited...
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 17

English literature - 1755
...Real, of 114 gnns, and her two féconds, all raking the Marlborcu^h lore and aft. On the rock ftand two figures. The one reprefents Britannia, under the character of Minerva, accompanied w ith a lion. The other figure it ed to Britannia a medallion of the hero, fupports it, whilft exhibited...
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The natural history of England: or, A description of each ..., Volume 1

Benjamin Martin - England - 1759
...Real of 1 14. Guns, and her two Secpnds j all raking the Marlbsrough fore and aft. On the Rock ftands two Figures: The one reprefents Britannia, under the...Minerva, accompanied with a Lion: The other Figure is expreffive of Fame ; who having prefented to Britannia a Medallion of the Hero, fupports it whilft...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 1

1759
...Real, of 114 guns) and her two féconds ; all raking the Marlborough fore and aft. On the rock (land two figures. The one reprefents Britannia, under the...Minerva, accompanied with a lion. The other figure is expreffive of fame, who, having prefented to Britannia a Medallion of the hero, fuppoitsit, whilft...
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An Historical Account of the Curiosities of London and Westminster ...

David Henry - Cathedrals - 1769
...Real, of 114 Guns, and her two Seconds, all raking th? Marlborough fore and aft. On the Rock ftand two Figures, the one reprefents Britannia under the Character of Minerva, accompanied with 3 Lion; the other Figure is expreffive of Fame, who having prefented to Minerva a Medalion of the Jlero,...
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An historical account of the curiosities of London and Westminster [by D ...

David Henry - 1785
...Real, of 114 guns, and her two feconds, all raking the Marlborough fore and aft. . On the rock Hand two figures; the one reprefents Britannia, under the character of Minerva, accompanied with a lion i the other figure is expreffive of Fame, who having prefented io Minerva a medal ton of the hero,...
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The Beauties of England and Wales: Or, Delineations ..., Volume 13, Part 3

John Britton - Architecture - 1815
...seconds, all raking the- Marlbcrougb fore and aft. On the rock stands two figures, the one represents Britannia under the character of Minerva, accompanied with a lion; the other figure is expressive of Fame; who having presented to Britannia a mrdallion of the licro, supports it it while...
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An Historical Description of Westminster Abbey, Its Monuments and ...

Westminster Abbey - 1827 - 198 pages
...seconds, all raking the Marlborough fore and aft. On the rock stand two figures ; the one represents Britannia, under the character of Minerva, accompanied with a lion ; the other figure is expressive of Fame, who having presented to Minerva a medallion of the hero, supports it, whilst exhibited...
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