Considerations on Milton's Early Reading: And the Prima Stamina of His Paradise Lost; Together with Extracts from a Poet of the Sixteenth Century. In a Letter to William Falconer, M.D. from Charles Dunster, M.A.
John Nichols, Red-Lion passage, Fleet-Street, London; and sold by R. H. Evans, (successor to Mr. Edwards,); Robson; Nicol; Payne; also by Bull, Meyler, and Bally, Bath; Deighton, Cambridge; Cooke, Oxford; Archer, Dublin; and Layng, Edinburgh, 1800 - 249 pages
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