Stella's Modest Exceptions, London (1774)

Source: British Library: 163.i.23

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Modest Exceptions from the Court of Parnassus, to Mr Macauley's Modest Plea

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Author: Anna Maria de Burgh Coppinger

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Year: 1774

Location: London

Language: English

Source: British Library: 163.i.23

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Augustus, Gaius Julius Caesar Octavianus
Bacon, Francis
Cato, Marcus Porcius, 'the Elder'
Coke, Sir Edward
Coppinger, Anna Maria de Burgh
Cromwell, Oliver
James I
Johnson, Samuel
Locke, John
Macaulay, Catherine
Milton, John
Newton, Sir Isaac
Pliny 'the Elder'
Shakespeare, William
Whitehead, Paul

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