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Person
ISNI: 
0000 0001 1878 2117
Name: 
Junius (Pseudonym)
Sampson Woodfall, Henry
Woodfall, H.
Woodfall, H. S.
Woodfall, Henry Sampson
Woodfall, Henry Sampson (I)
Dates: 
1739-1805
Creation class: 
cre
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Osborne, Thomas (17..-1767))
Reymers, Charles (17..-17..; imprimeur-libraire))
Rivington, John (1720-1792))
Robinson, George (1736-1801))
Rous, George (1744?-1802)
Strahan, William (1715-1785))
Tonson, Jacob (17..?-1767; libraire))
Tonson, Richard (17..-17..; libraire))
Wade, John (1788-1875))
Walthoe, John (166.?-17..; libraire))
Whitridge, Henry (170.?-17..; libraire))
Titles: 
Biographia britannica : or, The lives of the most eminent persons who have flourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the earliest ages, down to the present times ; collected from the best authorities, both printed and manuscript, and digested in the manner of Mr Bayles's historical and critical dictionary. Volume the sixth ; part I..
Graecum lexicon manuale primum a Benjamine Hedericho institutum, post repetitas Sam. Patricii curas auctum myriade amplius verborum,... emendatum cura Jo. Augusti Ernesti
letter to the jurors of Great-Britain, A : occasioned by an opinion of the Court of King's Bench, read by Lord Chief Justice Mansfield, in the case of the King and Woodfall, and said to have been left by His Lordship with the clerk of Parliament
letters of Junius, The
letters unter otter signatures, The
Modern Gazetteer: Or, A Short View of the Several Nations Of The World [...], The
natural history of lac, amber, and myrrh, The : with a plain account of the many excellent virtues these three medicinal substances are naturally possessed of, and well adapted for the cure of various diseases incident to the human body: and a restorative balsamic tincture ... By John Cook..
New Geographical and Historical Grammar [...], A
summary of the law of libel, 1771:, A
We've all our deserts; A comedy
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