The Harleian Miscellany; Or, A Collection of Scarce, Curious, and Entertaining Pamphlets and Tracts, as Well in Manuscript as in Print, Found in the Late Earl of Oxford's Library, Interspersed with Historical, Political, and Critical Notes, Volume 12

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R. Dutton, 1808

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Contents

VOL XII
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The Natural History of Coffee Thee Chocolate and Tobacco in four
20
Or The French Invasion of England
38
The Character of an Honest and Worthy ParliamentMan Folio
47
PAGI
50
A true Description and Direction of what is most worthy to be seen
73
Brief Notes on the Creed of St Athanasius Quarto containing eight
130
The Parlement of Byrdes Imprynted at London in Paules Churche
139
A Dialogue between two young Ladies concerning
193
The Secret History of the CalvesHead Club or The Republican
216
The Method of curing the Small Pox first written in the year 1704
226
The Declaration of the most Christian king of France and Navarre
238
A Catalogue of Petitions ordered to be drawn up and presented to
247
The State Gamesters or the Old Cards new packed and shuffled
255
A Letter from a Country Clergyman to his Brother in the neighbour
262
An Account of the Original of Writing and Paper out of a book en titled La Libraria Vaticana written by Muntia Pansa keeper of
273

Or the Art of Acting In Imitation
146
Nennius A Worthy Briton the very Pattern of a valiant noble
157
The Nine Worthies of London Explaining the honourable Exercise
164
A Discouerie of the Treasons practised and attempted against
280
The true Copy of a Letter sent from the most Reverend William
282

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