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Anecdotes of, and letters from, John Horne Tooke

Anecdotes of, and letters from, John Horne Tooke

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tooke, John Horne, -- 1736-1812.,
  • Tooke, John Horne, -- 1736-1812 -- Correspondence

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    Other titlesPlaced under Mr. Banks"s fine bust of John Horne Tooke, Esq.--on his birthday in MDCCCX.
    Statementcollected by George Cumberland.
    GenreCorrespondence
    SeriesBlake -- no. 992
    ContributionsTooke, John Horne, 1736-1812., Cumberland, George, 1754-1848., Cumberland, George, 1754-1848.
    The Physical Object
    FormatManuscript
    Pagination[19] l., [8], 16 [i.e. 84], [14] p., 15 [i.e. 29] l., [12] p., [39] l. (some folded), [20] p., [12] l., [3] leaves of plates, bound
    Number of Pages84
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19688776M

    Oddities of John Horne Tooke. Mr. Canning's Humour. Peter Pindar.—Dr. Wolcot. The Author of "Dr. Syntax." Mrs. Radcliffe and the Critics. Cool Sir James Mackintosh. Eccentricities of Cobbett. Heber, the Book-Collector. Sir John Soane Lampooned. Extraordinary Calculators. Charles Lamb's Cottage at Islington. Thomas Hood. A Witty Archbishop Author: John Timbs. Get this from a library! A letter to John Dunning, Esq.. [John Horne Tooke; John Dunning, Baron Ashburton; Joseph Johnson; Heath, Mr; Jacob Bryant] -- A protest against the interpretation of words and phrases used during Tooke's trial in for publishing a libel against the king.

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