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|Genre/Form:||Early works to 1800|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William King; Charles Boyle Orrery, Earl of; Richard Bentley
|Notes:||Each work, with a few exceptions, has a special t.p.
Advertised in Post Boy 3 March 1709 (Foxon).
Publication date in ESTC: .
Page numbers 440-441,444-445 repeated in paging; numbers 442-443, 446-447 omitted in paging.
|Description:||, 536,  p. : ill. ; 20 cm (8vo)|
|Contents:||Animadversions on a pretended account of Danmark --
A journey to London in the year, 1698 ... written originally in French, by Monsieur Sorbiere, and newly translated into English --
The furmetary : a very innocent and harmless poem --
Two letters to the Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq. --
Dialogues of the dead relating to the present controversy concerning the epistles of Phalaris --
Mully of Mountown : a poem --
Orpheus and Euridice : a poem --
An answer to a book, which will be published next week, entitled, A letter to the Reverend Dr. South --
Reflections upon Mr. Varillas, his history of heresie --
The belief of Dr. John Wicliff, in the point of the Eucharist --
A dialogue, showing the way to modern preferment --
|Responsibility:||by William King.|