Bibliotheca Phillippica: Catalogue of a Further Portion of the Classical, Historical, Topographical, Genealogical and Other Manuscripts and Autograph Letters of Sir Thomas Phillipps, which Will be Sold by Auction by Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, 27th April, 1903, and Five Following Days
J. Davy & sons, 1903
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Page 87 - A Catalogue of the valuable Library of Books, Of the late learned Samuel Johnson, Esq; LL.D. deceased; Which will be Sold by Auction, (By Order of the Executors) By Mr Christie, At his Great Room in Pall Mall, On Wednesday, February 16, 1785, and three following days.
Page 30 - Fiat Lux ; or, a general conduct to a right understanding in the great combustions and broils about religion here in ENGLAND, betwixt Papist and Protestant, Presbyterian and Independent, to the end that moderation and quietness may at length happily ensue after so various tumults in the kingdom. By Mr JVC, a friend to men of all religions, 1661.
Page 50 - ... this persecution of Pope was due to Addison's instigation and active participation will probably never be known. Several of his friends have testified to the fact that he did not like the young poet. For instance, Burnet wrote to his friend Duckett the following year (June 1,1716):'!