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Milton's Paradise lost, or, the fall of man: with historical, philosophical, critical, and explanatory notes, from the learned Raymond de St. Maur. Wherein The Technical Terms in the Arts and Sciences are explained; the original Signification of the Names of Men, Cities, Animals, &c. and from what Language derived, render'd easy and intelligible. Also The Mythological Fables of the Heathens, wherever referr'd to, historically related; difficult Passages cleared of their Obscurity; and the Whole reduced to the Standard of the English Idiom. In twelve books. Embellished with fourteen copper plates.
- Dupré de Saint-Maur, Nicolas-François, 1695-1774.
- MDCCLXVII. 
An essay upon divorcement; writ for the good of both sexes. Shewing the lawfulness and unlawfulness; the conveniences and inconveniences of divorces: with a peremptory conclusion upon the same. Occasion'd by the debates in the House of Lords, the 3d of this Instant, upon Sir Geo. Downing an Mrs. Forester, petitioning for a divorce. Which will also be an answer to Mr. Shuttlewood's wedding sermon intitled, Marriages made in Heaven.
- Milton, John, 1608-1674.
- MDCCXV.