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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 1053 3634
Name: 
Harte, W.
Harte, Walter
Dates: 
1709-1774
Creation class: 
cre
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author
librettist
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George, Michael
Gilmore, Thomas B.
Hanover Band
Hibbart, William (active 1760-1800)
Josey, Christopher
Lea-Cox, Graham
Mallet, David (1705?-1765)
Martini, Georg Heinrich (1722-1790)
New College (University of Oxford). Choir
Pindar
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
amaranth; or, Religious poems, The : consisting of fables, visions, emblems, &c. adorned with copper-plates from the best masters.
Anhang zum Leben Gustav Adolphs
Epistle to Mr. Pope, on reading his translations of the Iliad and Odyssy of Homer. -, An
essay on reason., an
essay on satire, particularly on the duncaid, an
essay on satire, particularly on the Dunciad (1730), An
essays on husbandry.
Gentle lyre, begin the strain
history of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, surnamed the Great; to which is prefixed An essay on the military state of Europe, The
history of the life of Gustavus Adolphus, King of Sweden, sirnamed, *, The
history of the life of Gustavus Adolphus, king of Sweden, surnamed the Great..., The
kurzer Entwurf und Kriegstagbuch von Gustavs Einmarsche in Deutschland an bis auf die Schlacht bey Lützen
Leben Gustav Adolphs des Großen, König v. Schweden. -, Das
Leben Gustav Adolphs, des Grossen, Königs von Schweden. Mit Kupfern., Das
Part of Pindar's first Pythian ode, paraphrased, by the Revd. Mr. Walter Harte. Set to musick by Mr. William Boyce
Pindar's ode New Year ode 1774
Poems on several occasions. By Mr. Walter Harte
poetical works, The
reasonableness and advantage of national humiliations, upon the approach of war, the
union and harmony of reason morality, and revealed religion. A sermon preach'd before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, on Sunday, February 27. 1736-7. By Walter Harte ..., The
Verses presented to His Highness the Prince of Orange. On his visiting Oxford
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