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Bell. Let those, who view this fad Example, know,
Who lead with horrid Husbands, decent Lives;
If the reforming Stage Sou'd fall to Maming
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. An Historical Account of the Heathen Gods and Hero's, necessary for the understanding of the ancient Poets. Being an Improvement of whatever has been hitherto written by the Greek, Latin, French and English Authors upon that Subject. By Dr. King, for the Use of Westminfter, and all other Schools.
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Dercepta ex Ovidii Faftis, per Thomam Johnson, usui Scholæ Brentfordiensis & quarumyis aliarum. Price i s.
Advice to Young Gentlemen concerning the Conduct of Life necessary to attain the greatest Honours. To which is added, fome Advice of Serjeant Winnington to his Sons, rela, ting to MatrimonyPrice I s.6d.
Rapin of Gardens, a Latin Poem, i:Four Books ; of Flow, ers, Trees, Waters and Orchards. Englished by Mr. Gardiner. Illustrated with Copper Plates. Price 3s. 6 d.
The Works of Virgil, translated into English by the Right Honourable the Earl of Landerdale. Price 5 s.
The Grounds of Criticism in Poetry, contain’d in some few Discoveries neyer made before, requisite for the writing and judging of Poems furely. By Mr. Deunis. Price I s. 6 d.
An Essay on Publick Spirit: Being a Satyr. in Profe upon the Manners and Luxury of the Times, the chief Source of our present Divisions. By Mr. Dennis. Price 6 d.
Reflections Critical and Satyrical, upon a late Rhapsody, calld, An Essay upon Criticism. By Mr. Dennisi Price 6 d.
An Essay on the Genius and Writings of Shakospear. In Three Letters to a friend. Together with a Letter to
Books Printed for 'B. Lintott. the Spectator, in Vindication of Poetick Justice: By Mr Dennis. Price I s.
The Second Edition of the Works of Mr. George Farquhar: Containing all his Letters, Poems, Etsays, and Comedies, publi h’d by himself, (viz.) Love and a Bottle; The Constant Couple, or a Trip to the Jubilee ; Sir Harry Wildair ; The Inconstant, or the Way to win him; The Twin Rivals; Recruiting Officer, and Beaux Stratagem. Price 6s. 6 d. Any of theie Plays may be had separate.
All the Comedies of Mr. Steele, Author of the Tatlers and Chriftian Hero, viz. The Lying Lovers, or, The Lady's Friendships The Funeral, or Grief Alamode; and, The Tender Husband, or, The Accomplish'd Fools. Printed in a neat Pocket-Volume, upon an Elziver Letter. Price 2 s. 6 d.
A Collection of Poems, in two Volumes : Being all the Miscellavies of Mr. William Shakespear, which were publish'd by himself in the Year 1609. And now correctly printed from those Editions, on an Elziver Letter. Price 35.
The Lady Chudley's Poems on several Occasions. The Second Edition. Price 3 s. · The Miscellaneous Works of the Right Hondurable the late Earls of Rochester and Roscommon : With fome Memoirs of the late Earl of Rochejter, in a Letter to the Dutchess of Mazarine. By Monsieur St. Everemont. To which is added, a Collection af feveral other Poems. The Second Edition. Price 5s,
Familiar Lercers, written by the late "Mirs. Philips, to the late Si: Charles Cotterell, under the borrow'd Names of Orinda to Poliarchus. Printed from Originals. Price 3s.
Seneca's Morals, by way of Abftract. To which is added, A Discourle under the Title of an After-thought. By Sir Roger L'Etrange. The roth Edition. Price 3-s.
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