Works of the Author of the Pursuits of Literature: Consisting Of: I. Pursuits of Literature ... II. A Translation of the Passages ... Quoted in the Prefaces ... to the Pursuits of Literature. III. The Imperial Epistle from Kien Long, Emperor of China to Geo. III ... IV. The Shade of Alex. Pope, Esq. on the Banks of the Thames ...

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J. Milliken, 1799
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