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    A complete German grammar.In two parts. The first part containing the theory of the Language through all the Parts of Speech; the second part is the practice in as ample a Manner as can be desired. The third edition, greatly altered and improved. By John James Bachmair, M.A.

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    A complete history of the English stage.... by Mr. Dibdin.

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    A complete history of the English stage.... by Mr. Dibdin.

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    A complete history of the English stage.... by Mr. Dibdin.

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    A complete history of the English stage.... by Mr. Dibdin.

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    A complete history of the English stage.... by Mr. Dibdin.

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    Complete manual of parsing;including also a synoptical table of the system; a full ilucidation of English idioms; a discussion on words difficult to classify; and a glossary of grammatical terms.

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    The complete poetical works of Edgar Allan Poe,

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    Concerning the Advantage of Measure in Comedy.The St. James's magazine. By Robert Lloyd, A.M.

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    Conjectures on Original Composition. In a Letter to the Author of Sir Charles Grandison - An Essay on Lyric PoetryThe works of Edward Young, LL.D. in three volumes. To which is prefixed, The life of the author, by Robert Anderson, M.D.

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    The Connoisseur No LXXXIII. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1755.Harrison's British classicks. Vol. VI. Containing The connoisseur, The citizen of the world, and The babler.

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    The Connoisseur No LXXXIII. THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1755.Harrison's British classicks. Vol. VI. Containing The connoisseur, The citizen of the world, and The Babler.

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    The Connoisseur No XLII. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1754.Harrison's British classicks. Vol. VI. Containing The connoisseur, The citizen of the world, and The Babler.

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    The Connoisseur No XXVII. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1754.Harrison's British classicks. Vol. VI. Containing The connoisseur, The citizen of the world, and The Babler.

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    Considerations on Milton's early reading,and the prima stamina of his Paradise lost; together with extracts from a poet of the sixteenth century. In a letter to William Falconer, M.D. from Charles Dunster, M.A.

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    The construction of the Latin verse-grammar.For the use of the lower forms in Westminster-School.

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    Contemporaries of Shakespeare,

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    Contemporary techniques of poetry :a political analogy

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    Contested etymologies in the dictionary of the Rev. W. W. Skeat.

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    Correspondence on "The Vicissitudes of Blank Verse"The London mercury.

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    A course of lectures on elocutiontogether with two dissertations on language; and some other tracts relative to those subjects. A new edition. By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    A course of lectures on elocution.By Thomas Sheridan, A.M.

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    A course of lectures on oratory and criticism.By Joseph Priestley, LL. D. F. R. S.

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    A course of the belles lettres: or the principles of literature. Translated from the French of the Abbot Batteux, Professor of Rhetoric in the Royal College of Navarre, at Paris. By Mr. Miller. In four volumes. ...

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    A course of the belles lettres: or the principles of literature. Translated from the French of the Abbot Batteux, Professor of Rhetoric in the Royal College of Navarre, at Paris. By Mr. Miller. In four volumes. ...

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    A course of the belles lettres: or the principles of literature. Translated from the French of the Abbot Batteux, Professor of Rhetoric in the Royal College of Navarre, at Paris. By Mr. Miller. In four volumes. ...

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    A course of the belles lettres: or the principles of literature. Translated from the French of the Abbot Batteux, Professor of Rhetoric in the Royal College of Navarre, at Paris. By Mr. Miller. In four volumes. ...

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    A critical analysis and review, of all Mr. Voltaire's workswith occasional disquisitions on epic poetry, the drama, romance, &c. By Mr. Linguet. Translated from the French by James Boardman.

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    Critical and miscellaneous essays

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    Critical and miscellaneous essayscollected and republished.

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    Critical and miscellaneous essayscollected and republished.

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    Critical and miscellaneous essayscollected and republished.

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    Critical and miscellaneous essayscollected and republished.

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    The critical and miscellaneous prose works of John Dryden,now first collected: with notes and illustrations; an account of the Life and writings of the author, grounded on original and authentick documents; and a collection of his letters, the greater part of which has never before been published. By Edmond Malone, Esq. ... . Part I.

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    The critical and miscellaneous prose works of John Dryden,now first collected: with notes and illustrations; an account of the Life and writings of the author, grounded on original and authentick documents; and a collection of his letters, the greater part of which has never before been published. By Edmond Malone, Esq. ... . Part I.

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    Critical and miscellaneous:Collected and republished (First time, 1839; final, 1869)

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    Critical and miscellaneous:Collected and republished (First time, 1839; final, 1869)

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    Critical and miscellaneous:Collected and republished (First time, 1839; final, 1869)

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    A CRITICAL DISSERTATION ON The Origin and Progress of LYRICK POETRY and SATIRE amongst the Ancients.The satires, epistles, and art of poetry of Horace, translated into English prose, as near as the propriety of the two languages will admit. Together with the original Latin from the best editions. Wherein the words of the Latin text are ranged in their grammatical order; the ellipses carefully supplied; the observations of the most valuable commentators, both antient and modern, represented; and the author's design and beautiful descriptions fully set forth in a key annexed to each poem; with notes geographical, historical, and critical: also the various readings of Dr. Bentley. The whole adapted to the capacities of youth at school, as well as of private gentlemen. ... To which is prefixed a critical dissertation on Horace and his writings

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    A critical dissertation upon Homer's Iliad.Where, upon occasion of this poem, A new system of the art of poetry is attempted, ... By Abbé Terraçon, ...

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    A critical dissertation upon Homer's Iliad.Where, upon occasion of this poem, A new system of the art of poetry is attempted, ... By Abbé Terraçon, ...

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    Critical essays on dramatic poetry.By Monsieur de Voltaire. With notes by the translator.

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    Critical essays on some of the poems of several English poets

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    Critical essays.I. Observations on the sublime of Longinus. II. The Influence of Government on the Mental Faculties. III. Essay on the Fourth Book; IV. Essay on the Fifth Book; V. Essay on the close of the sixth book of Virgil's Æneid.

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    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

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    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

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    A critical examination of the text of Shakespeare,with remarks on his language and that of his contemporaries, together with notes on his plays and poems.

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    Critical observations on Shakespeare.By John Upton Prebendary of Rochester.

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    A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language ...

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    Critical reflections on poetry,

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