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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0000 8112 3424
Name: 
Nares, R.
Nares, Robert
Nares, Robert (Archdeacon)
Dates: 
1753-1829
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Douce, Francis (1757-1834)
Halliwell-Phillipps, James Orchard (1820-1889)
Hocker, William ?-1759
Horne, Thomas Hartwell (1780-1862)
Morton, Charles (1716-1799)
Planta, Joseph (1744-1827)
Shaw, Stebbing (1762-1802)
Thordarson Collection
Wanley, Humphrey (1672-1726)
Wright, Thomas (1810-1877)
Titles: 
Abridgement. Principles of government, adapted to general instruction and use. By the Rev. R. Nares, A.M. author of a tract, entitled Principles of government, deduced from reason, &c. from which this is abridged. With a new introduction
British critic (London, England : 1793)
British critic, The
catalogue of the Harleian manuscripts, in the British museum. With indexes of persons, places, and matters ..., A
Elements of orthoepy, 1784.
Elements of orthoepy : containing a distinct view of the whole analogy of the English language, so far as it relates to pronunciation, accent, and quantity
glossary of words, phrases, names, A : and allusions in the works of English authors, particularly of Shakespeare and his contemporaries
glossary; or, collection of words, phrases, names, and allusions to customs, proverbs, &c. which have been thought to require illustration in the works of English authors, particularly Shakespeare, and his contemporaries, A
glossary, or, Collection of words, phrases, names, and allusions to customs, proverbs, etc., which have been thought to require illustration, in the words of English authors, particularly Shakespeare, and his contemporaries, A
@glossary, or, collection of words, phrases, names, and allusions to customs, proverbs, etc., which have been thought to require illustration, in the works of english authors, particularly Shakespeare and his contemporaries, A
Man's best right a solemn appeal in the name of religion
Principles of government deduced from reason, supported by English experience ... 1792:
Principles of government deduced from reason, supported by English experience, and and opposed to French errors
Remarks on the favourite ballet of Cupid and Psyche; with some account of the pantomime of the ancients, and other observations
short account of the character and reign of Louis XVI ... To which is subjoined, a corrected translation of his last will., A
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