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The polite correspondence : or, rational amusement ; being a series of letters, philosophical, poetical, historical, critical, amorous, moral, and satyrical. Wherein Are introduc'd a great Variety of instructive and delightful Incidents, both in Prose and Verse. Among those of the Entertaining Kind, are, The Story of Alonzo and Elvira, - of Torquatus and Melissa - of Belinda and Adolphus. Remarkable Story of a Scottish Lady, - another of a Divine who married a Shrew. History of Sophronia, - of Phaon and Eliza - of Honoria and Myrtillo. - of Celadon. Adventures of a Foot-Boy. Pleasant Story of a Romish Monk, - of Pope Innocent XI. A strange Story of a Turkish Slave. An odd Story of a Criminal in the Inquisition, - Remarkable Accident in a Conclave. A short History of the Mounts of Piety, or legal Lumber Houses. Story of pretended Magician at Naples, - an Indian Tale, &c. &c. Poetry. A Birth-Day Ode, - Verses on the Power of Love. - The Bracelet, a Poem, - Life, an Elegiac Poem, - Verses on Hope, in the Manner of Spencer. - An Instance of British Poetry. 1200 Years old, - A Specimen of Saxon Poetry, - of Danish Poetry, - and several Specimens from various Nations - Verses by a Jesuit on the Death of his Cat, - A Poem in the Manner of Phaedrus, &c. Preview this item
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The polite correspondence : or, rational amusement ; being a series of letters, philosophical, poetical, historical, critical, amorous, moral, and satyrical. Wherein Are introduc'd a great Variety of instructive and delightful Incidents, both in Prose and Verse. Among those of the Entertaining Kind, are, The Story of Alonzo and Elvira, - of Torquatus and Melissa - of Belinda and Adolphus. Remarkable Story of a Scottish Lady, - another of a Divine who married a Shrew. History of Sophronia, - of Phaon and Eliza - of Honoria and Myrtillo. - of Celadon. Adventures of a Foot-Boy. Pleasant Story of a Romish Monk, - of Pope Innocent XI. A strange Story of a Turkish Slave. An odd Story of a Criminal in the Inquisition, - Remarkable Accident in a Conclave. A short History of the Mounts of Piety, or legal Lumber Houses. Story of pretended Magician at Naples, - an Indian Tale, &c. &c. Poetry. A Birth-Day Ode, - Verses on the Power of Love. - The Bracelet, a Poem, - Life, an Elegiac Poem, - Verses on Hope, in the Manner of Spencer. - An Instance of British Poetry. 1200 Years old, - A Specimen of Saxon Poetry, - of Danish Poetry, - and several Specimens from various Nations - Verses by a Jesuit on the Death of his Cat, - A Poem in the Manner of Phaedrus, &c.

Author: John Campbell
Publisher: London : Printed and sold by John Atkinson, in Lincoln's-Inn ; S. Birt, in Ave-Mary-Lane ; John Hinton, in Pauls-Church-Yard ; J. Marshall, in Newgate-Street ; John Clark, in Duck-Lane ; Geo Strahan, in Cornhill ; T. Harris, and J. Hodges, on London-Bridge ; and T. Wright, in Exeter-Change., 1750?]
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Genre/Form: Letters
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Campbell
OCLC Number: 745192264
Description: 1 online resource (xi, [1], 432, [8] pages)

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