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|Named Person:||Alexander Pope|
|Material Type:||Fiction, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jean-Pierre de Crousaz; Charles Forman; Thémiseul de Saint-Hyacinthe; Eliza Stanley; Margaret Pennyman, Lady; British Library.; Adam Matthew Digital.
|Notes:||A compilation, variously paged and with general t.p. only, of 4 works; the "other curious pieces" referred to are Eliza Stanley's versions of 'Pausanias and Aurora', and 'Ismenia and the prince', 1736, both from Hyacinthe Cordonnier's 'L'histoire de Prince Titi', and 'A commentary on Mr Pope's essay on man', freely translated from the French of de Crousaz by Charles Forman, 1738 (not to be confused with the translation published 1739, reissued 1742, attributed to Samuel Johnson)|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction. Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, c2007. (Defining gender, 1450-1910. Section III, Consumption and leisure). Reproduced from a copy in the British Library.|
|Description:||viii, 112, 59, 52, 79 p. : 1 port. ; (12mo)|
|Series Title:||Defining gender, 1450-1910., Section 3,, Consumption and leisure.|
|Responsibility:||by the Honourable Lady Margaret Pennyman. Containing, I. Her late journey to Paris, giving an account of the present state of the court of France, and of all that is curious and remarkable in that famous city. II. Poems on several occasions, with familiar letters to a friend. Published from her original manuscripts. To which are annexed, some other curious pieces.|