British Fiction, 1800–1829

ANON. Civilization (1818)

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Sat, 11 July 1818. (2.3.12).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘By whatever instrument piety is advantaged, use that, though thou grindest thy spears and arrows at the forges of the Philistines’. Bishop Jeremy Taylor.

Thu, 16 July 1818. (2.3.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘By whatever instrument piety is advantaged, use that, though thou grindest thy spears and arrows at the forges of the Philistines’. Bishop Jeremy Taylor.

Wed, 20 Jan 1819. (2.2.5).
‘[Books published this day]’. 3v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘or the Indian Chief and British Pastor’.

 

Star

Fri, 22 May 1818. (1.2.6).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘By whatever instrument Piety is advantages, us that, though thou grindest thy spears and arrows at the forges of the Philistines’. Bishop Jeremy Taylor.

Sat, 30 May 1818. (1.3.3).
‘This day was published’. 3v 12mo. 18s. Boards.
Notes: ‘By whatever instrument Piety is advantages, us that, though thou grindest thy spears and arrows at the forges of the Philistines’. Bishop Jeremy Taylor.

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