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Abraham, Ben Gorion, pseud.
The book of the chronicles of the chief minister of E------d.
London. "Printed for Zimri, the son of Korah" 1745
Tr. from the original Arabic of Abraham Ben Gorion: a descendant of the historian Josephus.
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An account of some remarkable passages in the life of a private gentleman: with reflections thereon.
London, J. Downing. 1708
In three parts. Relating to trouble of mind, some violent temptations, and a recovery, in order to awaken the presumptuous, and encourage the despondent. Left under his own hand, to be communicated to the publick after his decease.
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An account of the apparition of the late Lord Kilmarnock to the Revd. Mr. Foster.
London, J. Robinson. 1747
To which is added, the second appearing of the late Lord Kilmarnock, to a clergyman of the Church of England... The account of which is given in the close of the Dialogue between a clergyman and a sea-captain, occasioned by the Reverend Mr. Foster's Account of the late Lord Kilmarnock.
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The adventures and amours of the Marquis de Noailles, and Mademoiselle Tencin.
London, J. Robinson. 1746
Tr. from a French manuscript.
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The adventures and surprising deliverances of James Dubourdieu and his wife; who were taken by Pyrates and carried to the uninhabited part of the Isle of Paradise.
London, Printed by J. Bettenham for A. Bettesworth [etc.]. 1719
Also the adventures of Alexander Vendchurch, whose ship's crew rebelled against him, and set him on shore on an island in the South-Sea... Written by himself.
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Adventures of a kidnapped orphan.
London, Printed for M. Thrush. 1747
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The adventures of a night; or, The island of absurdities, a vision.
London, Printed for J. Collyer. 1745
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The adventures of Lindamira, a lady of quality.
London, Printed for R. Wellington. 1702
Written by her own hand, to her friend in the country. In IV parts. Revised and corrected by Mr. Tho Brown.
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The adventures of the prince of Clermont, and Madam de Ravenzan: a novel.
London, Printed for E. Bell [etc.]. 1722
In four parts; By a person of quality. Done from the French, by the author of Ildegerte.
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Aesop naturaliz'd, and expos'd to the publick view in his own shape and dress, by way of essay on a hundred fables.
Cambridge, Printed by J. Hayes for E. Hall. 1697
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