Letter 2812

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Samuel Smith to Hans Sloane – segnali per opzione binaria April 9, 1702


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http://belvederefireisland.com/?komilfo=opzione-binarie&d9c=1f Date: April 9, 1702
click here to find out more Author: Samuel Smith
try this out Recipient: Hans Sloane

problemi con iq option Library: British Library, London
http://blog.stylein.se/?vinuk=%C3%A4r-bin%C3%A4ra-optioner-lagligt&1eb=07 Manuscript: Sloane MS 4038
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dig this A man from the country who had an article in the Philosophical Transactions has a letter for Sloane. Smith saw William Derham, who had received a letter from Sloane. Smith had left a note at ‘Childs’ to meet Sloane, but there was a mix up and they did not meet. Samuel Smith apprenticed to the book trade in 1675 and was indentured to the bookseller Samuel Gellibrand followed by Moses Pitt. Smith joined the Stationers Company and became freeman of the company and then freeman of the city of London in 1682. Smith published the Royal Society’s Philosophical Transactions from the beginning of his career and he and his partner Benjamin Walford were officially named ‘printers to the Royal Society’ in 1693 (Marja Smolenaars, Ann Veenhoff, Smith, Samuel (bap. 1658, d. 1707), Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Jan 2008 [http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/63289, accessed 27 June 2013]).