ID 12068
Last Name Dunton
First Name John
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Gender Male
Date of Birth 1659
Date of Death 1733
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Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dunton
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Author The new practice of piety: writ in imitation of Dr. Browne's Religio medici: or, The Christian virtuoso: discovering the right way to Heaven, between all extreams: together with I. The character of a moderate (or right) Christian, in all the degrees of perfection attainable in this world. II. A specimen of holy living and dying; copied from the lives of the primitive Christians. III. The secret diary, shewing how the author intends to govern his thoughts, words and actions, for the remaining part of his life. The whole being a system of uncommon thoughts (speculative and practical) extracted from the Christian experiences of forty years. By a member of the New Athenian Society: the second edition. Dedicated to the learned Mr. John Lock, author of the Essay upon humane understanding. 1704
Author Queen Robin: or the second part of Neck or nothing, detecting the secret reign of the four last years. In a familiar dialogue between Mr. Truman (alias Mr. John Dunton) and his friend, meeting accidentaly at the Proclaiming King George. [The] whole Discoveries Humbly inscrib'd to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and contain the True secret History of the White-Staff, in Answer to that False one, lately publish'd by the Earl of O-Ford. The second edition. 1714
Author Queen Robin: or the second part of Neck or nothing, detecting the secret reign of the four last years. In a familiar dialogue between Mr. Truman (alias Mr. John Dunton) and his friend, meeting accidentaly at the Proclaiming King George. The whole Discoveries Humbly inscrib'd to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, and contain the True secret History of the White-Staff, in Answer to that False one, lately publish'd by the Earl of o-ford. 1714
Author The golden age: exemplified in the glorious life and reign of his present Majesty King George, and his numerous issue: or a vision of the future happiness of Great Britain, ... Part I. ... The whole humbly inscrib'd to his ... Majesty by Mr. John Dunton, ... and will be continued monthly ... 1714
Author Queen Robin: or the second part of Neck or nothing, detecting the secret reign of the four last years. In a familiar dialogue between Mr. Truman (alias Mr. John Dunton) and his friend, ... The Third Edition. 1714?
Author Bungey: or the false brother, prov'd his own executioner, ... In which, the secret vices, lewd principles, and (suppos'd) shameful death of that tool Dr. S-rel (alias Bungey) is set in a new light; ... By Mr. John Dunton, ... 1715
Author Bungey: or The false brother, prov'd his own executioner, In a sermon, upon these words, and went and hang'd himselself, Matth. XXVII. 5. In which, the secret vices, lewd principles, and (suppos'd) shameful death of that tool Dr. S-rel (alias Bungey) is set in a new light; and the black charge exhibited against him, offer'd to be attested in any Court of Justice (or even in St. Andrews Pulpit) when ever the Dr. will appoint the time. By Mr. John Dunton. Author of Neck or nothing, and the three late sermons intitled, The hereditary bastard, Ox- and Bull- and King Abigail. The Third Edition. 1715
Author King-Abigail: or, The secret reign of the she-favourite, detected and applied; in a sermon upon these words, And women rule over them, Isa. 3. 12. Deliver'd (I can't say preach'd) by Mr. John Dunton, author of Queen-Robin, and the late sermon, intitl'd Ox- and Bull-. 1715
Author Ox- and Bull- or, A funeral sermon for the two beasts That are to be slaughter'd upon Tower-Hill, next session of Parliament, upon these words, but these as natural brute beasts, made to be taken, and destroy'd. 2 Pet. ii. 12. With the serious advice that was given to Ox- and Bull--, to prepare for the Axe; at a time when beasts could speak, and pretended to reason and loyalty. Also, an elegy upon their untimely end, to be sung the same day they are quarter'd. The whole dedicated to that state-butcher, Jack Catch, Esq; By Mr. John Dunton, (author of Neck or Nothing, and the sermon, intituled, the hereditary-bastard) and in his second attempt to reform the pulpit. The third edition. 1715
Author Ox---- and Bull---- or, a funeral sermon for the two beasts that are to be slaughter'd upon Tower-Hill, next session of Parliament, ... By Mr. John Dunton, ... The Second Edition. 1715
Author Ox---- and Bull---- or, a funeral sermon for the two beasts that are to be slaughter'd upon Tower-Hill, next session of Parliament, Upon these Words, With the Serious Advice that was given to Ox-And Bull-, to prepare for the Axe; at a time when Beasts could Speak, and pretended to Reason and Loyalty. Also, An Elegy upon their Untimely End, to be sung the same Day they are Quarter'd. The whole dedicated to that State-Butcher, Jack Catch, Esq; By Mr. John Dunton, (author of Neck or Nothing, and the Sermon, intituled, The Hereditary-Bastard) and is his second Attempt to Reform the Pulpit. 1715
Author The hereditary-bastard: or, the royal-intreague of the warming-pan: fully detected, in a sermon upon these words, And a bastard shall dwell in Ashdod, Zech. 9. 6. Being a full answer to the Pretender's late declaration, wherein he affirms he has an indefeasible hereditar right to His Majesty's crown. This sermon was deliver'd (I can't say preach'd) in publick by a lay-man, and is now publish'd as his first essay to reform the pulpit, ... The third edition. 1715
Author The shortest way with the King: or, plain English spoke to His Majesty. Being the third part of Neck or nothing; containing, The Secret History of King George's Reign, from the Death of the late Queen, to the Report made in the House of Commons, by the Committee of Secrecy. Introduc'd with the Secret Reign of the Monarchs of Great-Britain, for the last Sixty Years. The whole Discoveries humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Right Honourable James Stanhope, Esq; one of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. By Mr. John Dunton, Author of the First and Second Part of Neck or Nothing. 1715
Author Frank Scammony: or, the restoring clergy detected, in their names, haunts, plots, heresies, and lewd conversation, in a sermon, Upon these Words, Her Priests have violated my Law-And I am profaned among them, Ezek. 22. 26. Occasion'd By a certain B-p's swearing, We'll have the Pretender by G-d. To which is added, The Pulpit Trumpeter; or the Substance of all The Treasonable Sermons that have been preach'd at Whitechappel, by that Passive Rebel, that drinks a Health to the Fatherless Child and the Widdow. Attested by Two of his constant Hearers. The Sermon (with all the Discoveries) dedicated to that Pious, Loyal, and Healing Prelate, Francis, Lord Bishop of Rochester. By Mr. John Dunton, Author of Neck or Nothing; and of those Four Sermous, Intitled,-The Hereditary Bastard, Ox-And Bull Bungey-And King Abigail. 1715?
Author The hereditary-Bastard: or, the royal-intreague of the warming-pan: fully detected, in a sermon upon these words, And a bastard shall dwell in Ashdod, Zech. 9. 6. Being a full answer to the Pretender's late declaration, wherein he affirms he has an indefeasible hereditar right to His Majesty's crown. This sermon was deliver'd (I can't say preach'd) in publick by a lay-man, and is now publish'd as his first essay to reform the pulpit, which (as appears by his Majesty's Directions to our Archbishops and Bishops) has been greatly profan'd by the bitter Invectives and scurrilous Language of some of the Clergy. 1715?
Author The mob-war: or a detection of the present state of the Brittish nation: but more especially with respect to that wou'd be King (or little Polish Work of Darkness) that threatens us with a speedy invasion. In sixteen letters. Containing such Discoveries (in Church and State) as were never Publish'd before. Subscrib'd to our Reightful and Ever Glorious Sovereign King George, and other Persons of Great Quality, who have distinguish'd themselves either by their Treason or Loyalty. To these Letters is added, A Trip to the Pope, or the Papists Farewell to Great Britain, spoke in the Person of a Roman Catholick. Also, the Neck-Adventure, or the Case and Sufferings of Mr. John Dunton, for early detecting the Secret Steps taken by Oxford and Bolingbroke, to Restore the Pretender. The Whole Pacquet Humbly addres'd to that Truly Noble and most Illustrious Patriot, Holles, Duke of Newcastle. 1715?
Author Mordecai's Memorial: or, There's Nothing done for Him. Being A Satyr upon Some-Body, but I name No-Body: (or, in Plainer English, A Just and Generous Representation of Unrewarded Services, by which the Protestant Succession has been sav'd out of Danger.) Written By an Unknown and Disinterested Clergy-Man, And most humbly Inscrib'd to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Guardian of these Realms. 1716

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