containing, Amidst a Variety of other Matters Curious and Interesting, Remarks on Boswell's Johnson; with Considerable Additions, and some New Anecdotes of that Extraordinary Character: a Critique on Bürger's Leonora; in which she is Clearly Proved of English Extraction; and An introductory essay on the art of reading and speaking in public, in Two Parts. A new edition. By S. Whyte, and his son, E. - A. Whyte.
Whyte, S. (Samuel), 1733-1811
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