A Critical Examination of the Writings of Richard Cumberland: With an Occasional Literary Inquiry Into the Age in which He Lived, and the Contemporaries with Whom He Flourished. Also, Memoirs of His Life and an Appendix Containing Twenty-six of His Original Letters, Relating to a Transaction Not Mentioned in His Own Memoirs, Volume 1
Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1812
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