Free-thinker (London, England : 1718)
Printed for J. Brindley, in New Bond-Street; R. Montagu, at the General Post-Office, the Corner of Great Queen-Street, near Drury-Lane; Olive Payne, in Round-Court; T. Woodman, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Booksellers,
|Edition:||The second edition, with compleat indexes.|
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Most numbers include a classical quotation below title.
First number is dedicated: "To the Ladies of Great Britain".
Each vol. is paged continuously.
Title pages in red and black.
Individual issues have designations: v. 1: No 1 (Monday, Mar. 24, 1718)-no 55 (Monday, Sept. 29, 1718); v. 2: No 56 (Friday, Octob. 3, 1718)-no 105 (Monday, March 23, 1718); v. 3: no 106 (Friday, March 27, 1719)-no 159 (Monday, Sept. 28, 1719).
Reissue. Originally published semiweekly from Mar. 24, 1718-Sept. 28, 1719; London : Printed for W. Wilkins ... [1718-1721] ; written by Dr. Boulter, Richard West, Dr. Gilbert Burnet, Henry Stephens and Ambrose Philips.
3 v. : ill. ; 17 cm. (12⁰)
Vol. I-vol. III.
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