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4th ed., corr., to which are added four new dialogues. Dialogues XXVI-XXVIII are "by another hand" i.e., Elizabeth Montagu.

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Edition Information: 5th Edition. A satire, attributed to Samuel Garth, on the opponents of the dispensary organized by the Royal College of Physicians. With: Poems, (&c.) on several occasions : with Valentinian, a tragedy / written by the Right…

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Letters Writ by a Turkish Spy marks the beginning of the espionage narrative vogue of the late seventeenth century and early eighteenth century. Publication of the first volume sparked a wave of imitations, including Ned Ward’s The London Spy,…

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Published originally in 1714, Bernard Mandeville's Fable of the Bees is an important work of political, economic, and cultural satire. Subtitled “Private Vices, Publick Benefits,” The Fable of the Bees' central proposal is that private…

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Brief essay: See assignment parameters for details. Parameters for digital images of the title page, front matter, other selections are as follows: The edges of the pages must be visible* Raw resolution** must be at least 400dpi Dimensions***…

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Originally published in French under the title Voyage de l’Arabie Heureuse, La Roque’s travel narrative of his exploits in Arabia combines with a history of the coffee trade in this English translation of A Voyage to Arabia: the Happy. La…

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First published in 1738, The German Spyis an English travel narrative writtnen in the epistolary form from the perspective of an English spy. The work's preface serves as an attempt to convince the reader of the authenticity of the letters, a claim…

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This is a test file experimenting with a page image of a manuscript from Keats and a TEI-encoded XML file of that page.

Output Formats

atom, dcmes-xml, json, omeka-json, omeka-xml, rss2