Literary Memoirs of Living Authors of Great Britain: Arranged According to an Alphabetical Catalogue of Their Names; and Including a List of Their Works, with Occasional Opinions Upon Their Literary Character, Volume 2

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R. Faulder, 1798 - Authors, British - 404 pages
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Page 167 - The Exile ; or Memoirs of the Count de Croitstadt, the principal incidents of which are borrowed from a novel by M. D'Arnaud ; The School for Widows, a Novel ; Plans of Education, with Remarks on the System of other Writers...
Page 167 - History of the English Law, from the time of the Saxons, to the end of the Reign of Philip and Mary. 2d Ed. In four volumes. London, 1787. And a fifth volume, continuing the History to the end of the Reign of Elizabeth.
Page 219 - Deferar in vicum vendentem thus et odores, Et piper, et quidquid chartis amicitur ineptis.
Page 284 - Some Account of the Deans of Canterbury ; from the new Foundation of that Church by Henry the Eighth to the present Time. To which is added a Catalogue of the MSS. in the Church Library. By Henry John Todd, MA Canterbury, 1793, Svo.
Page 155 - Sketcbei of the Progrefs of Botany in England, from its Origin to the Introduction of the Linnajan Syltem.
Page 264 - History of the colonization of the free states of antiquity, applied to the present contest between Great Britain and her American colonies, London, 1777.
Page 16 - Four volumes : 1887-1888. MANTE. " The History of the Late War in North America, and the Islands of the West Indies, including the Campaigns of MDCCLXIII and MDCCLXIV against His Majesty's Indian Enemies. By Thomas Mante, Assistant Engineer during the Siege of the Havanna, and Major of a Brigade in the Campaign of 1764. London: Printed for W. Strahan and T. Cadell in the Strand. MDCCLXXII.
Page 280 - s Translation of the Comedies of Terence. The second editionLondon. 8. Vol. I. p. Ixv-lxxxiii. 1790 The Lives of the first twelve Caesars, translated from the Latin of C. Suetonius Tranquillus, with Annotations and a Review of the Government and Literature of the different Periods.
Page 302 - Reflections / On The / Expediency of a Law / For The / Naturalization / Of / Foreign Protestants...
Page 323 - Remarks on the general orders of the Duke of York to his army, on June 7, 1794.

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