|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 904:38.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||16|
Thelma Adams, 2 books Charles Fourier, 2 books Megan McAndrew, 1 book Rogers, George, 1 book Geoffrey Chaucer, 1 book T. R, 1 book Hélène Sévigny, 1 book Ward, Edward, 1 book David J. Ley, 1 book Maddie Dawson, 1 book Jean Améry, 1 book Claude Pasteur, 1 book Camilo José Cela, 1 book Heinz Dieckmann, 1 book. The first vol. of the author's miscellanies was the 5th ed. in book form of the London Spy () For other vols. in the series, cf. Troyer. Penn Provenance: Payne, Samuel (autograph) (RBC copy) Forrest, Edwin, Estate of (donor) (Forrest copy) Penn Chronology: Cited in: Troyer, H.W. Ned Ward of Grubstreet, p. ESTC (RLIN) T ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 24 cm: Contents: A frolick to Horn-fair / Ned Ward --The shortest-way with the dissenters, or, Proposals for the establishment of the church / Daniel Defoe --The old fumbler ; The poet's condition ; Farewell to poor England / Tom Brown --A digression concerning the original, the use and improvement of madness in . XIII. A trip to Jamaica XIV. A trip to New-England XV. A frolick to Horn-Fair XVI. The dancing-school XVII. A step to Stir-Bitch-Fair XVIII. The humours of a coffee-house XIX. The infallible predictor. XX. The rise and fall of Madam Coming-Sir".
When Robert Weil started collecting images for the Contemporary Makers book in the challenge to record contemporary gun work was daunting. Gathering material was difficult and time consuming. Few makers thought that there was any value in published documentation of their : Contemporary Makers. The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Edward Ward (Ward, Edward, ) A Wikipedia article about this author is available.. Ward, Edward, The Comforts of Matrimony, or Love's Last Shift: Consisting of Matrimonial Dialogues Between Persons of All Ranks and Degrees, From the Peer to the Peasant (London: Fielding and Walker, ) (page images at HathiTrust). Ward, Edward () (DNB00) in , and the book was reissued as ‘The Whigs Unmasked’ in ‘Hudibras Redivivus; or a Burlesque Poem on the Times,’ was issued in twelve quarto parts, between August and June ; it is written in imitation of Butler, and is a violent attack on the low-church party, with descriptions of. Ned Ward A Frolick to Horn Fair Daniel Defoe The Shortest Way with the Dissenters or Proposals for the Establishment of the Church Tom Brown The Old Fumbler The Poet s Condition Farewell to Poor England Jonathan Swift A Digression concerning the Original the Use and Improvement of Madness in a Commonwealth (from A Tale of a Tub).
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