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Scelera Aquarum : or, a Supplement to Mr. Graunt on the Bills of

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London. 1706.

280 The Address and Resolutions of the Society of Schoolmasters : insti

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London. 1723. Answer of S. Horsey, Esq. Governor of the York Buildings Company, to the Misrepresentation of his Conduct. 12mo. London.

1733. An Antidote to expel the Poison contained in an anonymous Pamphlet

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Poems for the Anniversary of the Literary Fund. 1807.
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