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- Verlag: Dover Publications Inc.
- Seitenzahl: 96
- Erscheinungstermin: Januar 2010
- Abmessung: 215mm x 141mm x 13mm
- Gewicht: 128g
- ISBN-13: 9780486475936
- ISBN-10: 048647593X
- Artikelnr.: 28521932
in New England To the Kings's Most Excellent Majesty On the Death of the Rev. Dr. Sewell On the Death of the Rev. George Whitfield On the Death of a Young Lady of five years of age On the Death of a Young Gentleman To a Lady
on the Death of her Husband Goliath of Gath Thoughts on the Works of Providence To a Lady
on the Death of three Relationships To a Clergyman on the Death of his Lady Hymn of the Morning Hymn of the Evening Isaiah-63rd Chap. 1st and 8th Verses On Recollection On Imagination A Funeral Poem on the Death Of C.E.
an Infant of twelve months To Captain H-----D To the Right Honorable William
Earl of Dartmouth Ode to Neptune
on Mrs. W----'s Voyage to England To a Lady
on her coming to North America with her Son
for the Recovery of her Health To a Lady
on her remarkable Preservation in a Hurricane
in North Carolina To a Lady and her Children
on the Death of her Son and their Brother To a Gentleman and Lady
on the Death of the Lady's Brother and sister
and a Child of the name of Avis
aged one year On the Death of Dr. Samuel Marshall To a Gentleman
on his voyage to Great Britain
for the Recovery of his Health To the Rev. Dr. Thomas Amory
on reading his Sermons on Daily Devotion
in which that Duty is recommended and assisted On the Death of J.C.
an Infant A Hymn to Humanity To the Hon. T.H.
on the Death of his Daughter Niobe in Distress for her Children slain by Apollo To S.M.
a young African Painter
on seeing his Works To his Honor the Lieutenant Governor
on the Death of his Lady A Farewell to America A Rebus Answer to the Rebus Memoir