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A, C.
A, Christopher Anstey
Anstey, C.
Anstey, Christopher
Author of the New Bath Guide
C. A, Christopher Anstey
New Bath Guide, Author of
Dates: 
1724-1805
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Related names: 
Anstey, John (d. 1819)
Britton, John (1771-1857)
Cossic, Annick
Cruikshank, George (1792-1878)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Turner, Gavin
Titles: 
Ad C. W. Bampfylde, arm: epistola poetica familiaris in qua continentur tabulæ quinque ab eo excogitatæ, ... Auctore C. Anstey, arm.
Appendix to The patriot: containing, the author's conversation with his bookseller, &c. &c
Bible.
Britain's genius; a song to the tune of "Come and listen to my ditty," - occasioned by the late mutiny on board His Majesty's ships at the Nore. By C. A Esq.
election ball, in poetical letters from Mr. Inkle, at Bath, to his wife at Glocester: with a poetical address to John Miller, Esq. at Batheaston Villa. By the author of The new Bath guide., An
election ball, in poetical letters from Mr. Inkle, at Bath, to his wife at Glocester: with a poetical address to John Miller, Esq. ... The second edition, with considerable additions. By the author of the New Bath guide., An
election ball in poetical letters in the Zomerzetshire dialect, from Mr. Inkle, a freeman of Bath, to his wife at Glocester: with a poetical address to John Miller, Esq. at Batheaston Villa. By the author of the New Bath Guide., An
election ball in poetical letters in the Zomerzetshire dialect, from Mr. Inkle ... to his wife at Gloucester: with a poetical address to John Miller, Esq; at Bath-Easton villa. By the author of the New Bath guide., An
Envy, a poem, addressed to Mrs. Miller, at Batheaston Villa
familiar epistle from C. Anstey, Esq. (author of The new Bath guide.) To C.W. Bampfylde, Esq. translated and addressed to the ladies, A
farmer's daughter a poetical tale. By Christopher Anstey, Esq., The
Liberality, or memoirs of a decayed macaroni: a poetical narrative. By the author of The new Bath guide
Liberality; or, the decayed macaroni. A sentimental piece
Memoirs of the noted Buckhorse In which, besides a minute account of his past memorable exploits.
new Bath guide, or memoirs of the B-n-r-d family., The
new Bath guide: or Memoirs of the B----r---d family. In a series of poetical epistles., The
new Bath guide, The ; or, memoirs of the B-n-r-d family. In a series of poetical epistles.
Ode on an evening view of the Crescent at Bath. ...
On the much lamented death of the Marquis of Tavistock
paraphrase or poetical exposition of the thirteenth chapter of the first book of St. Paul's epistles to the Corinthians, 1779:, A
paraphrase or poetical exposition of the thirteenth chapter of the first book of St. Paul's epistles to the Corinthians. By Christopher Anstey, Esq, A
patriot, a pindaric address to Lord Buckhorse, The
patriot, The : a Pindaric ode to Lord Buckhorse.
pindaric epistle address'd to Lord Buckhorse. First printed in the year 1766. A new edition. By C. A. Esq., A
poetical works of the late Christopher Anstey, Esq. with some account of the life and writings of the author, The
priest dissected: a poem addressed to the Rev. Mr.-, author of Regulus, Toby, Cæsar, and other satirical pieces in the public papers., The
Speculation; or, a defence of mankind a poem.
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