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Stockdale, Percival
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Barrington, Shute (1734-1826))
Bos, Lambertus (1670-1717)
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Leisner, Johann Friedrich -1767
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Riccoboni, Marie Jeanne de Heurles Laboras de Mezières (1713-1792)
Sharp, Granville (1735-1813)
Stockdale, Percival (1736-1811)
Thomson, James (1700-1748)
Waller, Edmund (1606-1687)
Antiquities of Greece. : With the notes of Frederick Leisner. : Intended principally for the use of schools. : Translated from the original Latin
elegy on the death of Dr. Johnson's favourite., An
examination of the important question, whether education, at a great school, or by private tuition, is preferable? With remarks on Mr. Knox's book, entitled Liberal education. By Percival Stockdale, An
Inquiry into the nature and genuine laws of poetry; including a particular defence of the writings and genius of mr. pope
institutions, manners, and customs of the ancient nations. Tr. from the original French of Mr. Sabbathier, The
invincible island; a poem: with introductory observations on the present war. By Percival Stockdale, The
Lectures on the truly eminent English poets in two volumes
letter from Percival Stockdale to Granville Sharp, Esq., suggested to the authour by the present insurrection of the Negroes in the island of St. Domingo., A
letter to a gentleman of the Philanthropick Society; on the liberty of the press. By Percival Stockdale, A
letter to Mr. Bryant occasioned by his late remarks on Mr. Pope's Universal prayer. By Percival Stockdale., A
Letters between the Honourable, and Right Reverend Father in God, Shute, by divine providence Lord Bishop of Durham ... and Percival Stockdale: a correspondence interesting to every lover of literature, freedom, and religion.
Letters from Lord Rivers to Sir Charles Cardigan, and to other English correspondents, while he resided in France. Tr. from the original French of Madame Riccoboni
Lettres de milard Rivers
memoirs of the life, and writings of Percival Stockdale;, The
Miscellanies in prose, and verse. By Percival Stockdale
Mœurs, coutumes et usages des anciens peuples
Observations on the writings and conduct of our present political and religious reformers : occasioned by a letter of Thursday, the 26th of July, 1792, in the paper of the World, with the signature of Tiberius Gracchus : to which is added, an appendix on the literary decisions and character of the critical reviewers
poet A poem., The
poetical address to the Supreme Being. By Percival Stockdale, A
seasons, The
sermon, preached in the church of Alnwick on Sunday, the XIII.th day of February, MDCCLXXXV. after the funeral of the Revd. Thomas Knipe. By Percival Stockdale., A
Sermons on important and interesting subjects. By Percival Stockdale
Three discourses two against luxury and dissipation. One on universal benevolence. By Percival Stockdale.
Three poems I. Siddons: - a poem. II. A poetical epistle to Sir Ashton Lever. III. An elegy on the death of a young officer of the army. By Percival Stockdale.
Two farewell letters I. To an anonymous, and skulking critical reviewer. II To the monthly reviewers. By Percival Stockdale.
Works of Edmund Waller