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Title A miscellany of tracts and pamphlets / edited with a preface and introductory notes by A.C. Ward
Published [London] : Oxford University Press, 1927


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Description xix, 565 pages ; 16 cm
Series World's classics ; 304
World's classics ; 304
Contents A supplication for the beggars, by Simon Fish.--The first blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women, by John Knox.--Green's Groats-worth of wit, bought with a million of repentance, by Robert Greene.--Kemp's Nine days' wonder, by William Kemp.--Fragmenta regalia : or, Observations on the late Queen Elizabeth, by Sir Robert Naunton. Of education, by John Milton. A paper sent forth into the world from them that are scornfully called Quakers, by George Fox.--Killing no murder briefly discourst in three questions, by Edward Sexby.--A letter to a dissenter, by George Savile.--The shortest way with the dissenters, by Daniel DeFoe.--The present state of wit, by John Gay.--A modest proposal concerning the children of poor people in Ireland, by Jonathan Swift.--An assay on the origin and importance of small tracts and fugitive pieces, by Samuel Johnson.--A plain account of the people called Methodists, by John Wesley.--The American crisis, by Thomas Paine.--A discourse on the love of our country, by Richard Price.--A proposal for putting reform to the vote, by Percy Bysshe Shelley.--Thoughts on the ministerial commission respectfully addressed to the clergy by John Henry Newman.--Cheap clothes and nasty, by Charles Kingsley.--This misery of boots, by H. G. Wells
Bibliography Bibliographical foot-notes
Subject English literature (Collections)
English literature.
Author Ward, A. C. (Alfred Charles), 1891-
LC no. a 40000895