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THE

HISTORY OF

BERWICK UPON TWEED,

INCLUDING A SHORT ACCOUNT

OF THE VILLAGES OF

TWEEDMOUTH AND SPITTAL, &c.

Br JOHN FULLER, M. D. BERWICK.

EDINBURGH:

PRINTED FOR BELL & BRADFUTE, J. DICKSON, W. CREECH,
P. HILL, MANNERS & MILLER, AND A. CONSTABLE, EDIN-
BURGH; W. EMBLETON, BERWICK; CADELL & DAVIES,

AND J. FAULDER, BOND-STREET, LONDON.

1799.

[ENTERED IN STATIONERS HALL.]

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DEDICATION.

TO
SIR YOHN SINCLAIR
or ULBSTER, BART. M. P. &c.

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SIR, I Presume it will be allowed, that the chief object of all scientific pursuits ought to be the promoting of useful knowledge.

Holding this principle in view, it will appear evident, that every author should divest him self of all finister views, and ought to choose a person for the subject of his PaneEyric who is interested in such pursuits, and whose patriotism has entitled him to the repeat and esteem of all good men.

If this is admitted, I have little doubt but the world will agree with me, that, in this respect, I could not have fixed on any person to dedicate this work to, whose character stands so eminently distinguished for unabated ardor in every pursuit tending to promote the general interests of society and the happiness of mankind, as yourself.

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Those persevering and unremitting exertions which you made, and which were crowned with success, even though seemingly opposed to insurmountable obstacles, in the establishment of the Board of AGRICUITURE, will immortalize your name, and will serve as an illustrious example of a great and active mind.

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