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The Resource A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery : With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd, (electronic resource)

A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery : With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd, (electronic resource)

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A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery : With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd
Title
A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery
Title remainder
With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd
Title variation
Proposal humbly offer'd to the P------------t
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
  • 37A
  • 1734
  • T100416
Citation source
  • Teerink-Scouten
  • Maslen & Lancaster. Bowyer ledgers
  • English Short Title Catalog
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C. P
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1667-1745
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Swift, Jonathan
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  • Catholic Church
  • Anti-Catholicism
Label
A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery : With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The Dublin edition is signed: C. P
  • Dr. S-t = Jonathan Swift
  • Sometimes attributed to Jonathan Swift; in fact, only the two poems at the end are probably by him
  • Price from imprint: Price Six Pence
  • Printed by William Bowyer; his records show 500 (or 750) copies printed; in part (sig. D) from the same setting as the first edition
  • Signatures: A-D4
  • Signatures from Maslen & Lancaster
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT100416
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The second edition
Extent
32p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
A proposal humbly offered to the P----t, for the more effectual preventing the further growth of Popery : With the description and use of the ecclesiastical thermometer, very proper for all Families. By Dr. S-t. To which is added, the humble petition of the weavers and venders of gold and silver lace, Embroiderers, &c. As also two poems, viz. Helter Skelter, or the Hue and Cry after the Attomies upon their riding the Circuit. and the place of the damn'd, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • The Dublin edition is signed: C. P
  • Dr. S-t = Jonathan Swift
  • Sometimes attributed to Jonathan Swift; in fact, only the two poems at the end are probably by him
  • Price from imprint: Price Six Pence
  • Printed by William Bowyer; his records show 500 (or 750) copies printed; in part (sig. D) from the same setting as the first edition
  • Signatures: A-D4
  • Signatures from Maslen & Lancaster
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT100416
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The second edition
Extent
32p.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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