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The beauties of the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke, selected from the writings, &c. of that extraordinary man, alphabetically arranged. Including the following celebrated Political Characters, drawn by himself: Antoinette, late Queen of France Comte D'Artois Paul Benfield, Esq; M. Brissot Richard Burke, Esq; Late Earl of Chatham M. Condurcet Right Hon. Henry Dundas Hon. C. J. Fox George III. Lord Grenville Late Mr. Grenville Warren Hastings, Esq; Late Lord Keppel Sir Hercules Langrishe Louis XVI. Louis XVIII. Lord North Right Honourable William Pitt Marquis of Rockingham Charles Townsend Esq; John Wilkes, Esq; &c. &c. To which is prefixed, a sketch of the life, with some original anecdotes of Mr. Burke. In two volumes. Vol. I.
- Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.
The muse's mirrour: being a collection of poems, written by the following authors: Mr. Pope Swift Churchill Gray Colman Wilkes Lloyd Thornton Garrick Ansty Jernyngham C. Denis Sheridan Cumberland Cunningham Edmund Waller Julius Mickle Schomberg J. Philips Law. Sterne Newell-Puddicombe T. Vaughan Mr. Soam Jenyns H. Kelly Fowkes Woty Aaron Hill Bryant Edwards McMillan Cha. Crawford Wm. Whitehead Paul Whitehead Evelyn Meadows Dr. Parnell Young Goldsmith Berkley Landhorne S. Johnson Sheridan Burton Rev. Mr. Mason Caswal P. Stockdale Rev. Mr. Ogilvie Nath. Lloyd Lord Carlisle Lyttelton Palmerston Sir Tho. H. Williams Alex Schomberg Hon. C. Townshend Mr. Fitzpatrick C. Fox Mr. Erskine Capt. Thompson Rice Lady M. W. Montague Mrs. Montague Lady Craven Mrs. Vaughan Lennox Greville Miss Sally Carter H. Moore Aikin ...
- MDCCLXXXIII. 
A Complete system of geography. Being a description of all the countries, islands, cities, chief towns, harbours, lakes, and rivers, mountains, mines, &c. of the known world. Shewing the situation, extent, and boundaries of the several empires, kingdoms, republics, principalities, provinces, &c. their climate, soil, and produce; their principal buildings, manufactures, and trade; their government, policy, religion, manners, and customs; and the distance and bearing of all the principal towns from one another. Comprehending the history of the universe, both antient and modern; and the most material revolutions and changes that have happen'd in it, either by conquest or treaties; with whatever is curious and remarkable in the works of nature ... art. To which is prefixed, An introduction to geography, as a science: An explanation of maps: The doctrine of the sphere: The system of the world: And a philosophical treaties of the earth, sea, air, and meteors. The whole illustrated with seven
- MDCCXLIV.