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Fugitive pieces, on various subjects.

Author: Robert DodsleyJoseph SpenceJohn HillHorace WalpoleJean Denis AttiretAll authors
Publisher: Dublin, for P. Wilson, 1762.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Dodsley; Joseph Spence; John Hill; Horace Walpole; Jean Denis Attiret; William Hay; Nathaniel Lancaster; Edmund Burke; Charles Whitworth, Sir; Paul Hentzner; John Gilbert Cooper
OCLC Number: 5454721
Description: 2 volumes 17 cm
Contents: v. 1. Crito; or, A dialogue on beauty [translated] by H. Beaumont (pseud. of Joseph Spence). A particular account of the Emperor of China's gardens, in a letter from F. Attiret, translated by H. Beaumont. Deformity, by W. Hay. Lucina sine concubitu; a letter to the Royal Society [by A. Johnson, pseud. of John Hill] 1750. A modest defence of gaming, 1754. The pretty gentleman [by Philautus, pseud. of N. Lancaster] 1747. The polite philosopher, 1734. The plan of an essay upon delicacy, by N. Lancaster, 1748. v. 2. A vindication of natural society, by [Edmund Burke], 1756. The history and antiquities of the ancient villa of Wheatfield, in the county of Suffolk, 1758. Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Galic, 1760. An account of Russia as it was in the year 1710, by Charles, Lord Whitworth, 1758. A journey into England, by Paul Hentzner, 1598 [translated by H. Walpole] 1757. A project for raising an hospital for decayed authors, by J. Gilbert-Cooper. A parallel in the manner of Plutarch between a most celebrated man of Florence [Antonio Magliabechi] and one, scarce ever heard of, in England [Robert Hill] by [J.] Spence, 1757.
Other Titles: Lucina sine concubitu
Modest defence of gaming
Polite philosopher
History and antiquities of the ancient villa of Wheatfield
Fragments of ancient poetry
Responsibility: By several authors.

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