Robert Triphook's catalogue of rare and curious english books, on sale at no.23, old Bond Street, Part 1 (Google eBook)

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s.n., 1819 - 108 pages
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Page 6 - A Concordance, that is to saie. a Worke, wherein by the Ordre of the Letters of the ABC ye maie redely finde any Worde conteigned in the whole Bible, so often as it is there expressed or mencioned.
Page 35 - HISTORIE OF FRIER RUSH HOW HE CAME TO A HOUSE OF RELIGION TO SEEKE SERVICE, AND BEING ENTERTAINED BY THE PRIOUR, WAS FIRST MADE UNDER COOKE. BEING FULL OF PLEASANT MIRTH AND DELIGHT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.
Page 4 - The Dippers dipt : or, the Anabaptists duck'd and plung'd over head and eares at a Disputation in Southwark.
Page 3 - A Defence of the true and catholike doctrine of the Sacrament of the body and bloud of our Saviour Christ, with a confutation of sundry errors concernyng the same, black Utter 4to (Lond.
Page 29 - The Metamorphosis of Ajax ; a Cloacinean Satire : with the Anatomy and Apology. To which is added Ulysses upon Ajax.
Page 7 - The Snake in The Grass, or Satan transformed into an Angel of Light, discovering the deep and unsuspected Subtility which is couched under the pretended Simplicity of many of the principal Leaders of those people called Quakers
Page 31 - This gentleman was a native of Hereford. " The Iliads of Homer Prince of Poets. Neuer before in any languag truely translated with a co'ment uppon some of his chiefe places ; Donne according to the Greeke by George Chapman.
Page 6 - Paul) Luther's Fore-Runners : or a Cloud of Witnesses deposing for the Protestant Faith : Gathered together in the History of the Waldenses.
Page 29 - Have wit you to Saffron -walden or Gabriell Harvey's") Hunt is up (Containing a full Answere to the eldest sonne of the Halter -maker or Nashc his confutation of the sinfull Doctor.
Page 3 - An Inquiry into the Secondary Causes which Mr. Gibbon has assigned for the rapid growth of Christianity.

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