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Shenstone, William (English poet and landscape architect, 1714-1763)
William Shenstone (britischer Schriftsteller und Gärtner)
William Shenstone (Brits tuinder (1714-1763))
William Shenstone (English gardener)
Collins, William (co-author)
Dodsley, Robert (1704-1764)
Dodsley, Robert (co-author)
Ésope (0620?-0560? av. J.-C.))
Gilfillan, George (1813-1878)
Gilfillan, George (co-author)
Goldsmith, Oliver (1728-1774)
Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784)
Jung, Sandro (co-author)
Knight, Charles (co-author)
Loewe, Carl (co-author)
Park, Thomas (co-author)
Percy, Thomas (1729-1811)
Percy, Thomas (co-author)
Sharp, Granville (co-author)
Swift, Jonathan (1667-1745)
Swift, Jonathan (co-author)
Thomson, James (1700-1748)
Young, Edward (1683-1765)
Bell's British poets
Briefwechsel aus der Entstehungszeit der Reliques of ancient English poetry, Ein
Carl Loewe.... Schottische, englische und nordische Balladen [à 1 voix et piano. Edité par Maximilian Runze]
correspondence of Thomas Percy and William Shenstone, The
essay on slavery proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion." By Granville Sharp, Esq. With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject. To which is added, an elegy on the miserable state of an African slave, by the celebrated an ingenious William Shenstone, Esq., An
Essays on men and manners. Selections
Glees. A selection of forty-four compositions... originally composed or for this work arranged for soprano as well as other voices to catch of which is added an ad libitum piano-forte accompaniment by the editor. Part. I
judgment of Hercules, a poem. Inscrib'd to George Lyttelton Esq, The
Just limitation of slavery in the laws of God, compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders, by Granville Sharp, with a copious appendix..., The
Letters to particular friends by William Shenstone, Esq; from the year 1739 to 1763.
new song, A
Ode on the passions, and oriental eclogues, by Mr Collins. The school mistress, and a pastoral ballad, by William Shenstone. Ode to Wisdom, by Miss Carter. Retallation by Oliver Goldsmith, etc., etc.
Parsons's Select British Classics vol XXX. Containing Shenstone's & Goldsmith's Essays..
parting lovers. Written by the late Mr. Shenstone, The
Pastoral ballad, in four parts.
Percy letters, The
Poems by William Shenstone, containing, elegies, odes, songs, ballads, levities, moral pieces, inscriptions; with the life of the author.
Poems upon various occasions Written for the entertainment of the author, and printed for the amusement of a few friends, prejudic'd in his favour. By William Shenstone, gent.
Poetical works of Goldsmith, Johnson &c, illustrated
Poetical works of Will. Shenstone in two volumes. With the life of the author and a Description of the Leasowes [by R. Dodsley], The
Poetical works of William Shenstone,... collated with the best editions by Thomas Park,..., The
Poetical works of William Shenstone, with the life of the author, and a description of the Leasowes. [By R. Dodsley.], The
poets of Great Britain., The
Rural elegance, by Shenstone. The Hermit, by Dr. Beattle. The Children in the wood. "Religio laici", by Dryden. The Post comes in, etc. by M. Cowper, etc. etc.
school-mistress, The : a poem, 1742
Select collection of English Songs. In three volumes... Volume the third, A
Select fables of Esop and other fabulists In three books. Containing, I. Fables from the ancients. II. Fables from the moderns. III. Original fables newly invented. By Robert Dodsley. [Seven lines from Milton's Paradise lost]
Select works in verse and prose of William Shenstone,... The 3d edition, The
Select works of the British poets with biographical and critical prefaces. by Dr. Aikin. in ten volumes. Vol.I [-X].
Select works of W. Shenstone, Efq
She smiled & I could not but love a song composed in imitation of the celebrated serenade, Isabel, in the first number of Bayly's Melodies, of various nations
Shenstone's Miscellany, 1759-1763
Six canzonetts, for two voices, the words taken from Shenstone, and set to music by Wm. Carnaby.
Thomas Percy und William Shenstone ein Briefwechsel aus der Entstehungszeit der "Reliques of ancient English poetry"
Webster's new biographical dictionary, 1988:
Why will you my passion reprove
works in verse and prose, most of which were never before printed., The
Works, in verse and prose, of william shenstone esq in two volumes. with decorations
Works in verse and prose of William Shenstone, vol. III containing letters to particular friends from the year 1739 to 1763. The 2d edition, The
works of the British poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Robert Anderson, M. D. Volume Ninth ; containing Swift, Thomson, Watts, Hamilton, Philips (A.), West (G.), Collins, Dyer, Shenstone, Mallet, Akenside, and Harte., The
Works of the English poets, with préfaces... by Samuel Johnson... Volume the 59th, The