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The letters of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne, on several subjects
|Other titles||Letters on several subjects|
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4606, no. 10.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||452|
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By the late Sir Thomas Fitzosborne, bart London, Printed for R. Dodsley in Pall-mall, MDCCXLIX On original t.p. of v. 2: To which is added (translated by the same hand) A dialogue upon oratory: attributed to QuinctilianPages: The Letters Of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne On Several Subjects Paperback – Septem by Thomas Fitzosborne (Author)Author: Thomas Fitzosborne.
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Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Letters on Several Subjects, By Sir Thomas Fitzosborne London: John Sharpe, Full calf, inches tall. 2 volumes bound in 1 complete. Extraordinary full calf binding with ornate floral tooling on its 'flat back' spine, delicate gilt tooling to the boards, dentelles and all edges.
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William Melmoth. There he wrote ‘Letters on Several Subjects,’ his first book, published inunder the pseudonym of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne.
Brereton's journal is a book made up of letters from the English Civil War (). A Parliamentary general, Sir William was engaged in the siege of Dudley Castle, Bridgnorth Castle and the fortifield cathedral close at Lichfield. The Letter Book contains copies of letters sent and received by Brereton.
There are details of his victory against the last Royalist army in the field, his. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $ Buy The Letters of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne, on Several Subjects. at nd: William Melmoth. Genre/Form: Early works Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Melmoth, William.
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Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Letters of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne [Pseud.] on Several Subjects at For it is Saint Thomas Appears in 57 books from Page - Therefore I pray you be of good cheer, and take all the household with you to church, and there thank God both for that he hath given us and for that he hath taken from us, and for that he hath left us, which if it please him he can increase when he will.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Letters of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne [Pseud.] on Several Subjects at nd: William Melmoth. Today we know Sir Thomas More primarily as the author of Utopia, and as one of the more famous martyrs of Henry VIII’s reign.
The popular image is of a man – principled, steadfast, courageous – who placed his own conscience above his king’s demands. Yet if. Letters on several subjects. By the late Sir Thomas Fitzosborne, Bart: Published from the copies found among his papers.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Melmoth, William, ?
Letters of Sir Thomas Fitzosborne on several subjects. New York, Garland Pub., Thomas Browne was born in London on 19 October, After graduating M.A. from Broadgates Hall, Oxford (), he studied medicine privately and worked as an assistant to an Oxford doctor.
He then attended the Universities of Montpellier and Padua, and in he was graduated M.D. at Leiden.