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The intrigues of the conclave, at the chusing of a Pope: as also, a particular relation of what pass'd at the election of Sixtus V. and Clement Viii. To which is added an historical essay, to demonstrate, That according to the Principles of the Church of Rome, there has not been not can be, any True and Lawful Pope since the Election of Sixtus V. Written by a gentleman of Rome.
- Gentleman of Rome.
- MDCCXXIV. 
The works of the Emperor Julian, and some pieces of the sophist Libanius, translated from the Greek. With notes from Petau, La Bleterie, Gibbon, &c. To which is added, The history of the Emperor Jovian, from the French of the abbé de La Bleterie. By John Duncombe, M.A. I two volumes.
- Julian, Emperor of Rome, 331-363.