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The political letters in The London journal, continued to the end of March, 1721

John Trenchard

The political letters in The London journal, continued to the end of March, 1721

by John Trenchard

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Published by printed for J. Roberts in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 5514, no. 26.
ContributionsGordon, Thomas, d. 1750
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination64p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16976439M

The Proceedings of a General Court-martial: Held at the Horse-Guards on Friday the 7th, and Continued by Several Adjournments to Monday the 24th of March ; and of a General Court-martial held at the Horse-Guards on Tuesday the 25th of March, and Continued by Several Adjournments to Saturday the 5th of April London: Printed for A. LONDON p. v PREFACE. The history of the publication of the Journal to Stella is somewhat curious. On Swift’s death twenty-five of the letters, forming the closing portion of the series, fell into the hands of Dr. Lyon, a clergyman who had been in charge of Swift for some years. The letters passed to a man named Wilkes, who sold them for.

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Horace Walpole. AKA Horatio Walpole. Wrote the first Gothic novel. Birthplace: London, England Location of death: Berkeley Square, London, England Cause of death: unspecified. Horace (or Horatio) Walpole, English politician and man of letters, 4th Earl of Orford -- a title to which he only succeeded at the end of his life, and by which he is little Born: History of Newspapers. By Mitchell Stephens. For Collier's Encyclopedia (article on History of Television from Grolier Encyclopedia) NEWSPAPER, a publication that appears regularly and frequently, and carries news about a wide variety of current zations such as trade unions, religious groups, corporations or clubs may have their own newspapers, but the term is more commonly used.


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