The Resource Yet plainer English : Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English, (electronic resource)

Yet plainer English : Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English, (electronic resource)

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Yet plainer English : Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English
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Yet plainer English
Title remainder
Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T301186
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English Short Title Catalog
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1695-1718
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Sharpe, Isaac
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
patent document
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active 1700?-1706
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Malthus, Sarah
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  • Manners and customs
  • Courtesy
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Yet plainer English : Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English, (electronic resource)
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  • Signatures: A-O4
  • Attributed to Sharpe by James Burmester, Catalogue 41, 1999
  • On t.p. 'Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset Author of the Reformation Sermons; Intitled, Plain English, and More Plain English.'
  • This pamphlet takes the form of an amusing and scurrilous character book satirising the proposals Bisset made in his sermon 'Plain English'
  • The edition may be false: William Bisset published 'Plain English', a sermon for the reformation of manners, and 'More Plain English' in 1704. Sharpe published two different pamphlets 'Plain English Made Plainer', and this could be another of his works
  • Roman text, words requiring emphasis printed in black letter
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
Control code
ESTCT301186
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
Extent
[4], 106, [2] pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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(Uk-ES)006209308
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Yet plainer English : Or, The shortest-way to convert the atheist, murderer, thief, whoremaster, strumpet, drunkard, swearer, lyar, Sabbath-breaker, slanderer, persecutor, coward, gamester, ungrateful, scold: and other scandalous livers. The third edition. Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset author of the Reformation sermons; intituled, plain English, and more plain English, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Signatures: A-O4
  • Attributed to Sharpe by James Burmester, Catalogue 41, 1999
  • On t.p. 'Dedicated to the Reverend Mr. William Bisset Author of the Reformation Sermons; Intitled, Plain English, and More Plain English.'
  • This pamphlet takes the form of an amusing and scurrilous character book satirising the proposals Bisset made in his sermon 'Plain English'
  • The edition may be false: William Bisset published 'Plain English', a sermon for the reformation of manners, and 'More Plain English' in 1704. Sharpe published two different pamphlets 'Plain English Made Plainer', and this could be another of his works
  • Roman text, words requiring emphasis printed in black letter
  • Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
Control code
ESTCT301186
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[4], 106, [2] pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006209308

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