The History of the Works of the Learned ...: Containing Impartial Accounts and Accurate Abstracts of the Most Valuable Books Published in Great-Britain and Foreign Parts. Interspers'd with Dissertations on Several Curious and Intertaining Subjects, Critical Reflections, and Memoirs of the Most Eminent Writers in All Branches of Polite Literature. Jan. 1737-Dec. 1743, Volume 1
T. Cooper, 1739 - Bibliography
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