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Author of The democrat
Author of The Rosciad of C-v-nt G-rd-n
Democrat, Author of the
Henry James Pye
Henry James Pye (English Poet Laureate)
Pye, H. J.
Pye, Henri James
Pye, Henry J.
Pye, Henry James
Pye, Henry John
Pye, James Henry
Rosciad of C-v-nt G-rd-n, Author of the
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Aristote (co-author)
Griffith, Elizabeth (co-author)
Homère (co-author)
Horace (co-author)
Joly, Jaspar Robert (1819-1892)
Juvénal (co-author)
Pforzheimer Bruce Rogers Collection (Library of Congress)
Pindare (co-author)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rogers, Bruce (1870-1957)
Verhoeven, W. M.
Verhoeven, Wilhelmus Maria (1958-...)
Verhoeven, Wilhelmus Maria (co-author)
West, Gilbert (1703-1756)
Aerophorion. A poem
Alfred, an epic poem, in 6 books, by Henry James Pye
Amusement, a poetical essay, by Henry James Pye,...
Anti-Jacobin novels general introduction, Henry James Pye, "The Democrat" (2nd edn, 1796), Henry James Pye, "The Aristocrat" (1799)
aristocrat, 1799:, The
aristocrat, a novel In two volumes. ... By the author of The democrat., The
Athēnaiōn politeia
Battle of the frogs and mice.
Beauty a poetical essay. In three parts.
Carmen seculare for the year 1800 By Henry James Pye, P.L.
Commentary, illustrating the poetic of Aristotle, A
Comments on the commentators on Shakespear. With preliminary observations on his genius and writings; and on the labors of those who have endeavoured to elucidate them.
course of conscience, The : being a short inquiry as to the transmission of revelation
democrat: interspersed with anecdotes of well known characters In two volumes., The
democrat, or, Intrigues and adventures of Jean le Noir, The : from his inlistment as a drummer in General Rochembeau's army, and arrival at Boston, to his being driven from England in 1795, after having borne a conspicuous part in the French Revolution, and after a great variety of enterprizes, hazards and escapes during his stay in England, where he was sent in quality of Democratic Missionary : in two volumes, vol. I[-II].
Demokrat. -, Der
Elegies on different occasions
epistle to the author of The four farthing candles, 1762:, An
Faringdon Hill A poem. In two books. The second edition, with odes, elegies, and miscellaneous pieces. By Henry James Pye, Esq.
Horace, Odes, epodes etc. of Horace, 1812:
Iliad of Homer, translated by Alexander Pope. Vol. I [-IV]. - The Odyssey of Homer, translated by Alexander Pope [with a general view of the epic poem, from Bossu ("sic")]. Vol. I [-III]. - The Batrachomuomachia, or the Battle of the frogs and mice, with the Hymns and Epigrams of Homer, translated by Thomas Parnell,... Richard Hole,... and Henry J. Pye,..., The
Leonore. -
letter to the people called Quakers on the probable consequences to them of a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts., A
Naucratia, or Naval dominion, a poem by Henry James Pye. 2d edition with additions
Ode to harmony Written by Henry James Pye, Esq. Set to music by Phil. Hayes, mus. doc. and professor of music.
Odes, Epodes, etc., of Horace, translated... by Philip Francis,... and revised by H. J. Pye,... with occasional notes. - The Satires, Epistles, etc., of Horace, translated... by Philip Francis,... and revised by H. J. Pye,..., The
Odes of Pindar, translated from the Greek, with notes and illustrations by G. West,... R. B. Greene, and H. J. Pye,... to which is prefixed a dissertation on the Olympic games, by the former
Odyssey, The
phoenix., The
Poems on various subjects, by Henry James Pye,...
Poems on various subjects... Vol. I
progress of refinement. A poem In three parts. By Henry James Pye, Esq., The
satires, epistles, &c. of Horace, The
School for rakes, a comedy, as it is performed at the Theatre-royal in Drury-Lane. [By E. Griffith. Epilogue by Henry James Pye.], The
Shooting, a poem
siege of Meaux: a tragedy In three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Henry James Pye., The
Six Olympic odes of Pindar, being those omitted by Mr. West, translated into English verse, with notes
Sketches on various subjects moral, literary, and political: by Henry James Pye.
Summary of the duties of a justice of the peace out of sessions with some preliminary observations
triumph of fashion. A vision, The
Vortigern, 1832:
works of the British poets. With prefaces, biographical and critical, by Robert Anderson, M. D. Volume twelfth ; Pope's Iliad, Pope's Odyssey, West's Pindar, Dryden's Virgil, Dryden's Persius, Dryden's Juvenal, Pitt's Aeneid, Rowe's Lucan, Homer's hymn to Ceres, and Pindar's odes, omitted by West., The
Xenophon's defence of the Athenian democracy;