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A catechism of the principles and duties of the Christian religion, with scripture proofs, for children and youth, Designed also for the Use and Instruction of others in the Knowledge of Christianity. In two parts. To which is added, a morning, evening, and midnight hymn. By Daniel Bocking.
- Bocking, Daniel.
- MDCCLXXXVIII. 
Ars catchpolaria, or the art of destroying mankind, intended as a vade-mecum or pocket companion to messengers and other executors of the law. In prose or verse I shall rehearse The mighty stretch of pow'r, Nor stand in awe of Butcher Law Or any son of whore; To give a whet, to smart my pate Subscribers must be willing; Claudero's scull is ever dull Without the sterling shilling. Subscription money is taken in voraciously by the Author himself, and by all others intrusted with proposals subscribed by him.
- Claudero, approximately 1730-approximately 1790.
- MDCCLXXV.