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  • Author:
    Soame Jenyns
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Including Several Pieces. Volume 3 Soame Jenyns Full view - 1790. Page 281 - Ihort, they are fit only to be inhabitants of Lubberland, where, as the child's geography informs us, men lie upon their backs with their mouths open, and it rains fat pigs, ready roafted. View all . Common terms and phrases. Page 281 - Ihort, they are fit only to be inhabitants of Lubberland, where, as the child's geography informs us, men lie upon their backs with their mouths open, and it rains fat pigs, ready roafted ‎ Appears in 15 books from 1747-1993.

Find signed collectible books: 'Miscellaneous pieces, in two volumes. Including Several Pieces Never Before Published. Volume 1 of 2: Miscellaneous pieces, in two volumes. to Which Are Prefixed, Short Sketches of the History of the Author's Family, and Also of His Life, Volume 2: The Works of Soame Jenyns. to Which Are Prefixed, Short Sketches of the History of the Author's Family, and Also of His Life, Volume 2: ISBN 9781142094782 (978-1-142-09478-2) Softcover, Nabu Press, 2010.

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Two centuries earlier this had been owned by the writer and politician Soame Jenyns, on whose death it was inherited by his first cousin twice removed, Canon George . Volume . Volume 2 of The Universe library of antique art. Chinese Art, Universe Books.

Two centuries earlier this had been owned by the writer and politician Soame Jenyns, on whose death it was inherited by his first cousin twice removed, Canon George Leonard Jenyns, her of Roger Soame Jenyns. On 24 April 1941, Soame Jenyns married Anne Thomson, dau. of Richard Berridge, . of Screebe, County Galway Books by Soame Jenyns  .

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Библиографические данные. Miscellaneous Pieces, in Verse and Prose Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature 1450-1850 Making of the modern economy.

Результаты 1 – 5 из 5. Стр. 13 Long was the dancing art unfixt, and free, Hence lost in error, and uncertainty ; No precepts did it mind, or rules obey, But ev'ry master taught a different way ; Hence ere each new-born dance was fully try'd, The lovely product ev'n in blooming. Библиографические данные.

Items related to MISCELLANIES. The second volume contains the author's philosophical writings, particularly his letters to Soame Jenyns occasioned by the latter's 'Free Enquiry into the Origin and Nature of Evil. Home Shepherd, Rev. Richard. Shepherd's works are now uncommon in the trade. This 2 volume work is offered with 2 other Shepherd titles, TavBooks ID & 37013. The listed price is for all 4 volumes. Prior owner bookplate/signature.

Soame Jenyns (1 January 1704 – 18 December 1787) was an English writer and Member of Parliament. He was the eldest son of Sir Roger Jenyns and his second wife Elizabeth Soame, the daughter of Sir Peter Soame. He was born in London, and was educated at St Johns College, Cambridge. In 1742 he was chosen . for Cambridgeshire, in which his property (Bottisham Hall, which he inherited from his father in 1740) was situated, and he afterwards sat for the borough of Dunwich and the town of Cambridge.

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