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By Joseph Browne

The 18th century used to be a wealth of data, exploration and quickly turning out to be expertise and increasing record-keeping made attainable via advances within the printing press. In its decision to maintain the century of revolution, Gale initiated a revolution of its personal: digitization of epic proportions to maintain those beneficial works within the biggest archive of its sort. Now for the 1st time those top quality electronic copies of unique 18th century manuscripts are available print, making them hugely obtainable to libraries, undergraduate scholars, and self sufficient scholars.
Medical idea and perform of the 1700s built speedily, as is evidenced by means of the large assortment, consisting of descriptions of illnesses, their stipulations, and coverings. Books on technology and know-how, agriculture, army know-how, average philosophy, even cookbooks, are all contained here.
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William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA)

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London : revealed for J. Wilcox; and bought via J. Roberts, 1720. 79,[1]p. ; 8°

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It is intended to be a reasonably comprehensive statement of the steps that should be taken during the investigation and prosecution of cases before the Magistrates Court. The book originated from in-house courses, which were designed for environmental health officers, planners and other investigatory officers working for Local Authorities. Many of these courses have been presented externally to other bodies including the Local Government Group of the Law Society. These courses have been amalgamated and further developed into the book in its present form.

12). This includes material given in confidence and material relating to the identity or activities of informants or other persons supplying information to the police who may be in danger if their identities are revealed. Presumably, this protection would not be afforded to complainants (Daventry DC v Olins (1990) 154 JP 478), unless this might put them in danger. ) This is to be drawn up by the DO and is only required ‘where necessary’. It is the author’s interpretation that, if the officer leading the investigation has included all information in either the File Report on Evidence or the schedules mentioned above, this will not be necessary.

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