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Old statesman, An (pseudonym)
Williams, David
Williams, David ((philosopher))
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Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Porter, Roy (1946-2002))
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Voltaire, pseud. van François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778)
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apology for professing the religion of nature, in the eighteenth century of the Christian æra addressed to the Right Reverend Dr. Watson, Lord Bishop of Landaff., An
commentary on the marquis Becaria's treatise on crime and punishments, A
Constitutional doubts, humbly submitted to His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales; on the pretensions of the two houses of Parliament, to appoint a third estate;
Elementary studies on the progress of nations in political œconomy, legislation, and government.
Essays on public worship, patriotism, and projects of reformation With a large appendix.
history of Monmouthshire;, The
ignorant philosopher, The
Illustrations of maxims and principles of education in the second book of Rousseau's Emile. In four letters to the mother of a young family, disposed to adopt them: but embarrassed by difficulties in the execution, and particularly by the objections and prejudices of her friends.
Incidents in my own life which have been thought of some importance
Leçons à un jeune prince sur la disposition actuelle de l'Europe à une révolution générale. Cet ouvrage, adressé par son auteur au Prince de Galles, est traduit de l'anglais.
Lectures on education. Read to a society for promoting reasonable and humane improvements in the discipline and instruction of youth. By the Rev. David Williams.
Lectures on political principles the subjects of eighteen books, in Montesquieu's spirit of laws: read to students under the author's direction. By the Rev. David Williams.
Lessen aan een jongen prins, door een oud staatsman, over de tegenwoordige gesteldheid van Europa, tot een algemeene revolutie.
Lessons to a young prince by an old statesman, on the present disposition in Europe to a general revolution
letter to David Garrick, Esq. on his conduct as principal manager and actor at Drury-Lane. With a preface and notes, by the editor, A
letter to the Right Rev. Dr. Warren, on his conduct as Bishop of Bangor: by Shôn Gwialan, A
Letters on political liberty Addressed to a member of the English House of Commons, on his being chosen into the committee of an associating county
liturgy on the universal principles of religion and morality, A
morality of a citizen in a visitation sermon; with a view to the present alarming situation of public affairs., The
nature and extent of intellectual liberty, in a letter to Sir George Savile, Bart. Occasioned by an error on a fundamental principle of legislation, supported by his credit and eloquence, in the debating on the Dissenting Bill, on Wednesday, March 17, 1779. By the Rev. David Williams, The
philosopher: in three conversations. Part III. Dedicated to the Bishop of Glocester, The
plan of association, on constitutional principles for the parishes, tithings, hundreds, and counties of Great Britain; by which the outrages of mobs, and the necessity of a military government will be prevented., A
Politiquement fou : James Tilly Matthews
Regulations, police, &c.
Royal recollections on a tour to Cheltenham Gloucester, Worcester, and places adjacent, in the year 1788.
Sermons, chiefly upon religious hypocrisy by the author of the Essays on public worship, &c. In two volumes.
treatise on education
treatise on toleration, A : memorials, letters, &c. relating to persecution, and particularly to the cases of Calas and Sirven