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MARSHAM, MAJOR G. A., J.P., Thetford.
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In 1672, Sir John Marsham published a work in which he showed himself bold and honest.
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For Marsham, see his Chronicus Canon Aegypticus, Ebraicus, Graecus, et Disquisitiones, London, 1672.
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Carey, the son of a shoemaker, was supported in his labors by Ward, the son of a carpenter, and Marsham, the son of a weaver.
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In my childish balance I presumed to weigh the systems of Scaliger and Petavius, of Marsham and Newton, which I could seldom study in the originals; and my sleep has been disturbed by the difficulty of reconciling the Septuagint with the Hebrew computation.
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I was then enamoured of Sir John Marsham's Canon Chronicus; an elaborate work, of whose merits and defects I was not yet qualified to judge.
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Examples of Marsham

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MART, ALFRED, 22, Carleton Road, Tufnell Park, London.
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MARTIN, SIR THEODORE, K.C.B. MELVILLE, RT.
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For the effects of these doctrines on the Jews, see Milman, History of the Jews, vol.
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But, in spite of warnings like these, we see the new idea cropping out in various parts of Europe.
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The statute cited is 3 Henry VII, chap.
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For La Peyrere, see especially Quatrefarges, in Revue de Deux Mondes for 1861; also other chapters in this work.