ID 12513
Title A collection of poems and letters. Poems, &c. 1. An Ode from Sans Souci, characteristic of the late Northern Potentaete, with Annotations by Machiavel in the Shades. 2. Lines on the death of Infants, &c. 3. A Father's Soliloquy over a Sleeping Child, before his going to Prison. 4. Verses on the Death of a Son four Years old. 5. On the late Fast for National Sins, &c. 6. On the French Standards hung up at St. Paul's. Letters. 1. On German Electors and Princes Hiring out their Subjects for Soldiers. 2. An Account and Defence of the Author's Publications in Support of Universal Redemption, and of his Objections to an exclusive Priesthood. 3. A short View of the Signs of Times, drawn from a larger Work on the Numbers in the Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel. 4. A Letter on the Military Profession to a Gentleman, who, from Doubt and Fear of its being inconsistent with his Christian Profession, resigned his Commission. 5. A Letter on the present Rage for Fragments of Prophecies, not founded
Contributors Peacock, Lucy (Bookseller); Clarke, Richard (Author)
Signed Author Anonymous
Pseudonym
Firms Lucy Peacock, Juvenile Library (Bookseller); George Sael [20 Newcastle Street] (Bookseller); John Dennis [Holborn] (Bookseller)
Self-published Yes
Volumes 1
Pagination [ii], 80
Date of Publication 1794
Edition Statement 1
Edition Number 1
Date of First Publication 1794
Imprint printed for the author; and sold by Mr. Sael, No. 20, Newcastle-Street, Strand; Mr. Denis, Middle-Row, Holborn; Mrs. Peacock, No. 259, Oxford-Street and by the author, No. 19, Catherine-Street, Strand. Where the Author's other Works are sold
Copyright Statement
Colophon
Location of Printing London GB
Format octavo (8vo)
Length (cm) 22
Width (cm) 13
Price (pound)
Price (shilling)
Price (pence)
Total Price (in pence)
Non-UK Price
Genre Miscellany
Sources Jackson Bibliography (#14645)
ESTC (#T97278)
Shelfmarks BL E.2246 (1)
Notes
Hand-Verified No
Attempted Verification No
Verified Yes

Bibliographic Entry

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  author={Clarke,Richard},
  year={1794},
  title={A collection of poems and letters. Poems, &c. 1. An Ode from Sans Souci, characteristic of the late Northern Potentaete, with Annotations by Machiavel in the Shades. 2. Lines on the death of Infants, &c. 3. A Father's Soliloquy over a Sleeping Child, before his going to Prison. 4. Verses on the Death of a Son four Years old. 5. On the late Fast for National Sins, &c. 6. On the French Standards hung up at St. Paul's. Letters. 1. On German Electors and Princes Hiring out their Subjects for Soldiers. 2. An Account and Defence of the Author's Publications in Support of Universal Redemption, and of his Objections to an exclusive Priesthood. 3. A short View of the Signs of Times, drawn from a larger Work on the Numbers in the Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel. 4. A Letter on the Military Profession to a Gentleman, who, from Doubt and Fear of its being inconsistent with his Christian Profession, resigned his Commission. 5. A Letter on the present Rage for Fragments of Prophecies, not founded},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }

Recommended Citation

Clarke, Richard. "A collection of poems and letters. Poems, &c. 1. An Ode from Sans Souci, characteristic of the late Northern Potentaete, with Annotations by Machiavel in the Shades. 2. Lines on the death of Infants, &c. 3. A Father's Soliloquy over a Sleeping Child, before his going to Prison. 4. Verses on the Death of a Son four Years old. 5. On the late Fast for National Sins, &c. 6. On the French Standards hung up at St. Paul's. Letters. 1. On German Electors and Princes Hiring out their Subjects for Soldiers. 2. An Account and Defence of the Author's Publications in Support of Universal Redemption, and of his Objections to an exclusive Priesthood. 3. A short View of the Signs of Times, drawn from a larger Work on the Numbers in the Law, the Prophets, and the Gospel. 4. A Letter on the Military Profession to a Gentleman, who, from Doubt and Fear of its being inconsistent with his Christian Profession, resigned his Commission. 5. A Letter on the present Rage for Fragments of Prophecies, not founded" The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 12513 https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/12513. Accessed 2020-10-29.

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