The Resource A New miscellany for the year 1739. : Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after, (electronic resource)

A New miscellany for the year 1739. : Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after, (electronic resource)

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A New miscellany for the year 1739. : Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after
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A New miscellany for the year 1739.
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Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after
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A New miscellany for the year 1739. : Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after, (electronic resource)
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  • In prose and verse
  • Price on title page: (Price, One Shilling.)
  • Reproduction of original from William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA)
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A New miscellany for the year 1739. : Containing I. Common-sense, January 13. 1738-9. Being a paròdy of the last scene of the malade imaginaire of moliere. II. Common-sense, Feb. 17. 1738-9. With the King of Spain's protest, before the signing of the convention. III. The Latin epitaph from old common-sense, Feb. 3. 1738-9. With a translation of it. IV. Some remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain. In a letter to a member of Parliament. V. The Lords protest on the question upon the convention, March 1. 1738-9. VI. A remarkable letter of the late L-d L-ns-n, to a friend, upon an approaching election of members to serve in Parliament. VII. The French comedy. A new ballad. VIII. The convention. An excellent new ballad. IX. Sir***'s speech upon the peace with Spain. A new ballad. X. Another ballad on the same occasion. XI. A list of the members of the House of Commons, with the places they represent, what posts they enjoy under the government, and how they voted in the question upon the convention. Taken March 30. 1739, being the day after, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In prose and verse
  • Price on title page: (Price, One Shilling.)
  • Reproduction of original from William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA)
Control code
ESTCN19468
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
52pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006010380
  • (Uk-ES)006010380

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