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The grand mistake: or, all men happy if they please. Shewing, I. How beggars may be as happy as kings. II. The sick as easie as the sound. III. The barren woman as contented as the fruitful. By the author of The pleasures of a single life.
- Author of The pleasures of a single life.
- MDCCV. 
Sacred and moral poems on the Most Important duties of Common Life. On The Higher Perfections, and Peculiar Obligations of a Christian; on Some of those Solemnities, whereby He is distinguished from all that own not the Name of Christ: and Tending to Illustrate several Passages of Holy Scripture. By Mr. Williams.
- Williams, Mr., active 1723.