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Sealy Posturepedic Euro Pillow Top Queen Size Mattress And Box Spring - $220 (Delivery Available)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Sealy Posturepedic
model name / number: Pillow Top Queen Size Mattress
size / dimensions: 60 x 80

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Delivery available.
This mattress is 60 x 80 queen size mattress Sealy Posturepedic "Sedgebrooke" Plush Euro Pillow Top
We can deliver for an extra fee and get paid cash once we arrive with the merchandise
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PROOFS OF A CONSPIRACY AGAINST ALL THE RELIGIONS AND GOVERNMENTS OF EUROPE,CARRIED ON IN THE SECRET MEETINGS OF FREE MASONS, ILLUMINATI, AND READING SOCIETIES.
COLLECTED FROM GOOD AUTHORITIES,

By JOHN ROBISON, A. M

CHAP. II.
The Illuminati.
Notwithstanding all this, the government had received such an impression of the dangerous tendency of the Order, that the Elector issued another edict, forbidding all hidden assemblies; and a third, expressly abolishing the Order of Illuminati. It was followed by a search after their papers. The Lodge Theodore was immediately searched, but none were to be found. They said now that they burnt them all, as of no use, since that Order was at an end.

It was now discovered, that Weishaupt was the head and founder of the Order. He was deprived of his Professor's chair, and banished from the Bavarian States; but with a pension of 800 florins, which he refused. He went to Regensburgh, on the confines of Switzerland. Two Italians, the Marquis Constanza and Marquis Savioli, were also banished, with equal pensions, (about L. 40,) which they accepted. One Zwack, a counsellor, holding some law-office, was also banished. Others were imprisoned for some time. Weishaupt went afterwards into the service of the D. of Saxe Gotha, a person of a romantic turn of mind, and whom we shall again meet with. Zwack went into the service of the Pr. de Salms, who soon after had so great a hand in the disturbances in Holland.

LXXXIV

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