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Auteur de l'Homme du monde, L'
Mackensie, Henri
Mackensie, Henry
Mackenzie, H.
Mackenzie, Henry
マッケンジー, ヘンリー
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Auteur de l'Homme du monde, L' (see also from)
Denell, Jöns Henric (1749-1814)
Drescher, Horst W. (1932-)
Harkin, Maureen
Highland Society of Scotland
Manning, Susan
Marian S. Carson Collection (Library of Congress)
Rose of Kilravock, Elizabeth (1747-1815)
Saint-Ange, Ange-François Fariau de (1747-1810)
Sterne, Laurence (1713-1768)
Thompson, Harold William (1891-1964)
Vickers, Brian (1937- ))
細川, 美苗
account of the life and writings of John Home, Esq, An
Anecdotes and egotisms of Henry MacKenzie, 1745-1831 ; edited with an introduction by Harold William Thompson.
anecdotes and egotisms of Henry Mackenzie, 1745-1831, now first published., The
Anna Bella, ou Les dunes de Barham, traduit de l'anglais de Mackensie ["sic"], par Griffet de La Baume
answer to Paine's Rights of man [MI] 1796, An
Barham downs
Bon jeune homme, par Henri Mackensie ["sic"], traduit de l'anglais par F.-M.-G. Duault, Le
critical edition of the novels of Scottish writer Henry Mackenzie (1745-1831), A
Cursory remarks on Mr. Pitt's new tax of imposing a guinea per head on every person who wears hair-powder
Den känslofulle. Öfwersatt från engelskan. =Anon.= Götheborg, 1786. Tryckt hos Samuel Norberg, k.g.b.
dunes de Barham, Les
Early critical reviews on Robert Burns;
Early Death not Premature : being a Memoir of Francis L. Mackenzie
Femme Sensible
Harley, ou L'homme sensible, traduit de l'anglais, par J.-M. Plane ; ouvrage faisant suite au Voyage sentimental
Histoire de Julie de Roubigné, par l'auteur de "l'Homme du monde" [Henry Mackenzie], traduite de l'anglois d'après la 2e édition
Histoire de Laroche : le père Nicolas
history of Rhedi the hermit of Mount Ararat: an oriental tale. Written by Mr. Mackenzie, Author of the Man of Feeling, Man of the World, Julia de Roubigne, &c, The
Homme du monde, roman moral [par Henry Mackenzie], traduit de l'anglois, par M. de Saint-Ange, L'
Homme du monde, roman moral, traduit de l'anglois (de Mackensie), par M. de Saint-Ange, L'
homme et la femme sensibles Traduit de l'anglois Seconde Partie, L'
homme sensible, traduit de l'anglais par M. de Saint-Ange, L'
Julia de Roubigné : a sentimental novel, in a series of letters
Julia de Roubigné a tale. In a series of letters. Published by the author of The man of feeling, and The man of the world. In two volumes
Julia de Roubignée, a tale
Kanjō no hito
letters of Brutus. To certain celebrated political characters, The
Letters to Elizabeth Rose of Kilravock, on literature, events and people, 1768-1815. Edited by Horst W. Drescher
Lettres de Julie de Roubigné a Pauline de Chermont, traduites de l'Anglois de M. Mackenzie, auteur de l'Homme sensible & de l'Homme du monde
life and writings of John Home
life of doctor blacklock
Literature and literati : the literary correspondence and notebooks of Henry Mackenzie.
lounger a periodical paper published at Edinburgh in the years 1785 and 1786., The
Lounger (Edinburgh, Scotland)
Lounger, The : a periodical paper published at Edinburgh in the years 1785 and 1786 ; in three volumes.
man of feeling, 1902., The
Man of feeling and other tales, by Henry Mackenzie, with a sketch of the author's life, The
man of feeling and the man of the world, The
Man of feeling [by Henry Mackenzie]. New edition, The
Man of feeling. Edited with an introduction by Brian Vickers, Henry Mackenzie. The
man of feeling, The : and Julia de Roubigné, a tale
Man of the world, in two parts [by Henry Mackenzie]. 2nd edition, The
man of the world In two parts. Volume I., The
man van gevoel ..., De
Mann von Gefühl., Der
mirror A periodical paper, published at Edinburgh in the years 1779 and 1780. In three volumes, The
Mirror and the Lounger., The
Mirror (Edinburgh, Scotland : 1779)
miscellaneous works of Henry Mackenzie., The
Natural faults ; a comedy in five acts
Notebooks 1763-1824
Oeuvres choisies [publiées par Charles Simond. Histoire de Laroche, Histoire du père Nicolas, Visite à Bedlam, le Vieux sergent], Mackenzie.
Oeuvres complètes de Mackenzie, traduites de l'anglais, par F. Bonnet fils
prince of Tunis A tragedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Edinburgh, The
Prince of Tunis, The : A tragedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal of Edinburgh.
Prize essays and transactions of the Highland Society of Scotland
pursuits of happiness. Inscribed to a friend, The
Report of the Committee of Highland Society of Scotland, appointed to inquire into the nature and authenmticity of the poems of Ossian
Report of the committee of the Highland society of Scotland appointed to inquire into the nature and authenticity of the poems of Ossian, drawn up... by Henry Mackenzie,...
review of the principal proceedings of the parliament of 1784
shipwreck: or, fatal curiosity A tragedy. Altered from Lillo. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, 1784, The
Sterne et Mackenzie
story of father Nicholas. From the Lounger, The
story of La Roche. From the Mirror, The
story of old Edwards. From The man of feeling, The
The man of feeling. CIP.
works of Henry MacKenzie, Esq., The : with a critical dissertation on the tales of the author
works of Henry Mackenzie, The : with a sketch of the author's life.
Works of Henry Mackenzie,... Vol. I. [-VIII.], The
works of John Home, Esq. now first coll, The ; to which is prefixed, an account of his life and writings ; in 3 vol.
works of John Home, esq. Now first collected. To which is prefixed an account of his life and writings by Henry Mackenzie., The
works ... with a sketch of the author's life., The