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  • noun Plural form of illation.


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  • Nor is this all-comprising Poesy fantastic or mere fictive; but the most material and doctrinal illations of truth, both for all manly information of manners in the young, all prescription of justice, and even Christian piety, in the most grave and high governed.

    Dedication 1857

  • HISTORICAL INDEX. illations for the Council of the N.W. Territory, and lists of armed vessels, for the information of Congress.

    Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society 1792

  • His eflay on popular illations, and medical demo - nology, 189.

    The Monthly Review 1791


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