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Pasquin, Anthony
Williams, John
Williams, John ((satirist))
Williams, John (Wirklicher Name)
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Hurtin, Robert Morris (1778?-1799)
M-- P--, B.A. ([from old catalog])
M'Farlane, Monteith (d. 1809.)
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Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Williams, John Mason (1761-1818)
authentic history of the professors of painting, sculpture, & architecture, who have practised in Ireland; involving original letters from Sir Joshua Reynolds, which prove him to have been illiterate. To which are added, memoirs of the Royal Academicians; ... by Anthony Pasquin, Esq, An
Authentic memoirs of Warren Hastings, 1793:
children of Thespis A poem. By John Williams, Esq. Part the second., The
Columbian gazette (New York, N.Y.)
critical guide to the exhibition of the Royal academy, for 1796; in which all the works of merit are examined;, A
critical guide to the present exhibition at the Royal Academy, for 1797 Containing Admonitions to the Artists on their Misconception of Theological Subjects, and a complete Development of the Venetian Art of Colouring, as is now so much the Rage of Imitation. By John Williams, whose public appellation is Anthony Pasquin., A
critical guide to the present exhibitions at the Royal academy, for 1797;, A
curate of Elmwood, The : a tale
Democrat (Boston, Mass.)
Democrat., The
eccentricities of Edwin the comedian., The
Hamiltoniad, The : or, An extinguisher for the royal faction of New-England. With copious notes, illustrative, biographical, philosophical, critical, admonitory, and political; being intended as a high-heeled shoe for all limping republicans.
life of the late Earl of Barrymore. Including a history of the Wargrave theatricals, and original anecdotes of eminent persons., The
looking-glass for the royal family: with documents for British ladies, and all foreigners residing in London. Being a postscript to the New Brighton guide., A
Memoirs of the Royal Academicians; being an attempt to improve the national taste. By Anthony Pasquin, Esq
New Brighton guide, involving a complete authentic, and honorable solution of the recent mysteries of Carlton house., The
novel: the forty days madness of a general election in England; with a letter of essential advice to the scrutineers of Westminster, A
pin-basket to the children of Thespis With notes historical, critical, and biographical. By John Williams, whose public appellation is Anthony Pasquin., The
Poems: by Anthony Pasquin
postscript to the New Bath guide. a poem. By Anthony Pasquin., A
Sabine's Annual valentine writer, for 1800, containing a compleat set of letters, valentines, &c., proper for almost every trade in town or country, with their answers.