2 edition of Observations on a pamphlet supposed to be written by an Englishman found in the catalog.
|Statement||by a student of Trinity College|
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The Three Imposters Author Unknown Translated (with Notes and Comments) from a French Manuscript of the Work Written in the Year , with a Dissertation on the Original Treatise and a Bibliography of the Various Editions by Alcofribas Nasier, The Later. Privately Printed for the Subscribers, Edition copies. 12 on large Paper. ‘Own Life’ ”. The pamphlet was really in the main the work of Warburton, as we learn from Hurd, who, as Messrs. Green and Grose observe, “tells the narrative of the pious fraud with great simplicity”. Warburton had written certain characteristic observations on the margins of his copy of Hume. 1. Life and works. Sources for Catharine Macaulay’s early life are scarce, and modern historians have relied on the account published by Mary Hays in her Female Biography (Hays , –; Hill , 1–24). Hays represents Macaulay’s childhood as a romance of miraculous self-education.
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By a student of Trinity College. [Student of Trinity College.]. A pamphlet is an unbound book (that is, without a hard cover or binding).Pamphlets may consist of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half, in thirds, or in fourths, called a leaflet or it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and saddle stapled at the crease to make a simple book.
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By a student of Trinity College Observations on a pamphlet written by Richard Flower recommending the abolition of tithes Type: E-Book. The pamphlet is supposed to have been written by Chrysostomus Dudulaeus of Westphalia and printed by one Christoff Crutzer, but as no such author or printer is known at Observations on a pamphlet supposed to be written by an Englishman book time - the latter name indeed refers directly to the legend - it has been conjectured that the whole story is a myth invented to support the Protestant contention of a.
PREFACE. The English speaking people have been a race of pamphleteers. Whenever a question—religious, political, military or personal—has interested the general public, it has occasioned a war of pamphlets, which, however partisan and transitory, were in a manner photographs of Observations on a pamphlet supposed to be written by an Englishman book public opinion, and as Observations on a pamphlet supposed to be written by an Englishman book have been used and valued by students and publicists.
First edition of the first publication of the essayist and mathematician Richard Hey (), a reply to Richard Price's own Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty (), a pamphlet written in defence of the American patriots, which led to various rebuttals and comments.
An Englishman's Travels in America: His Observations of Life and Manners in the Free a [John Benwell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It was his almost unremitting practice during the four years he resided on the North American continent to keep a record of what he considered of interest around him; not with a view to publishing the matter thus collected for this was far /5(6).
The tone of the pamphlet is quite different from that, for example, of Plain Truth ofa call to arms and to self-defense, also addressed to his fellow Pennsylvanians,9 or from that of the Canada Pamphlet ofaddressed to Englishmen in support of a proposed course of governmental action.1 In comparison, those writings were cool and.
INTRODUCTION. IN the only cheap edition of Hume’s ‘I Emays and Treatises” now in the British market, the ewys on ‘I Miracles ” and “A Particular Providence and a Future State ” have been omitted, while the ‘‘ Natural ECistory.-aE Religion” has been extensively mutilated, at least thir- teen separate passages, some of them lengthy, being.
Strictures Upon a Pamphlet entitled, Cursory Observations on the Poems attributed to Rowley, A Priest of the Fifteenth Century (London, ), p. ( May). In a vol. of clippings at the British Museum relating to the controversy (shelf-mark Ch), Joseph Haslewood wrote “E.
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Edition used: Richard Price, Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Principles of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with America.
To which is added, an Appendix and Postscript, containing, a State of the National Debt, an Estimate of the Money drawn from the Public by the Taxes, and an Account of the National Income and Expenditure since the last War.
Published anonymously on JanuThomas Paine’s legendary work made the case for American independence. An immediate sensation across the thirteen Observations on a pamphlet supposed to be written by an Englishman book, Common Sense extolled Paine’s belief that government should be simple and represent the will of the people, acting not as an oppressor but as a body to protect society.
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Lady Mary and Hervey were generally supposed to be joint authors, though there is some evidence in favour of Hervey's sole authorship (Memoirs, i. xxxix-xl; but see Notes and Queries, 2nd ser. iii.where it is suggested that Lady Mary was the sole author; and compare Pope's letter to Swift of 2 April in Swift, Works,xviii.
Re-bound in three quarter light brown leather and speckled marbled paper to front and back of the binding;- 4 large fold-out engraved diagrams of Mathematical Treaties to the back pages, a few neat ancient hand-written notes in the margins of p some damp stains to the inside pages to the spine area, otherwise a good copy of a very Rare.
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