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Byrom, John
John Byrom
John Byrom (Brits dichter (1692-1763))
John Byrom (englischer Schriftsteller und der Reformator der englischen Stenografie)
John Byrom (Poet, inventor of a shorthand system)
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Comberbach, Roger Sir, -1757
Goldsmith, Oliver (1730?-1774)
Meredith, Amos
Parkinson, Richard (1797-1858, [from old catalog])
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Rodd, Thomas (1796-1849)
Talon, Henri Antoine (1909-)
Ward, Adolphus William Sir, 1837-1924
Warren, George William (1828-1902)
bellman and the captain, The
Catalogue of the library of the late John Byrom, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., formerly fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, preserved at Kersall Cell, Lancashire., A
Christians, awake! : anthem for Christmas with recitatives and solos for soprano, tenor, and bass
contest in which is exhibited a preface in favour of blank verse; with an experiment of it, in an ode, upon the British country life, by Roger Comberbach, Esq; An epistle from Dr. Byram to Mr. Comberbach, in defence of rhyme., The
Edwin and Angelina;
Enthusiasm; a poetical essay In a letter to a friend in town.
epistle to a friend; occasioned by a sermon intituled, The false claims to martyrdom consider'd: a sermon preach'd at St. Anne's Church, Manchester, November 2, 1746. ... By Benj. Nichols, M.A. Assistant-Curate of the said church, An
epistle to a gentleman of the Temple Occasioned by two treatises just published, wherein the fall of man is differently represented; viz. I. Mr. Law's Spirit of prayer, II. The Bishop of London's Appendix. Shewing, that, according to the plainest sense of Scripture, the nature of the fall is greatly mistaken in the latter., An
full and true account of an horrid and barbarous robbery, committed on Epping-Forest, upon the body of the Cambridge coach. In a letter to M. F. Esq, A
Hymns for Christmas-Day; as sung at Sutton-Coldfield Church, 1789
Miscellaneous poems by John Byrom, ... In two volumes.
My time, o ye muses
private journal and literary remains of John Byrom., The
prologue and epilogue to the new tragi-comical-farcical opera, call'd, Hurlothrumbo:, The
Selections from the journals & papers of John Byrom, poet, diarist, shorthand writer, 1691-1763;
serious disswasive [sic] from an intended subscription, for continuing the races upon Kersal Moore. Address'd to the inhabitants of Manchester, and parts adjacent, A
slang pastoral being a parody on a celebrated poem of Dr. Byron's [sic]. Written by Ralph Tomlinson, Esq., A
Stenographic handbooks of John Byrom
Universal English short-hand, 1767., The
Yorkshire - Christians Awake, Salute the Happy Morn