|Creator:||Wagstaffe, William, 1685-1725|
Printed for Jonah Bowyer, ... J. Isted ... and John Worrall ... ,
|Edition:||The second edition.|
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Bookplate (armorial) of Christopher Roberts Wren, Wroxhall House, Warwickshire.
The life of Dr. William Wagstaffe -- A comment upon the history of Tom Thumb. 5th ed. -- Crispin the cobler's confutation of Ben. H----- in an epistle to him. 3rd ed. -- The story of the St. A----n's ghost, or, The apparition of Mother Haggy. 4th ed. -- The testimonies of the citizens of Fickleborough, concerning the life and character of Robert Hush, commonly call'd Bob -- The representation of the loyal subjects of Albinia. 3rd ed. --The character of Richard St--le. esq; with some remarks / by Toby, Abel's kinsman ... 4th ed. -- The state and condition of our taxes considered, or, A proposal for a tax upon funds / by a free-holder. 3rd ed. -- The plain dealer [no.I-XVI] -- [Dedication] prefixed to The compleat history of the treaty at Utrecht -- A letter from the facetious Dr. Andrew Tripe at Bath ... shewing, that Scribendi cacoethes is a distemper arising from a redundancy of biliose salts ... 2nd ed.
xiv, 414 p.,  leaves of plates :
ill., port. ;
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