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A DICTIONARY

OF THE

ANONYMOUS AND PSEUDONYMOUS

LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

INCLUDING THE WORKS OF FOREIGNERS WRITTEN IN,

OR TRANSLATED INTO THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE.

BY THE LATE SAMUEL HALKETT,

KEEPER OF THE ADVOCATES' LIBRARY, EDINBURGH ;

AND

THE LATE REV. JOHN LAING, M.A.,

LIBRARIAN OF THE NEW COLLEGE LIBRARY, EDINBURGH.

VOLUME SECOND.

EDINBURGH: WILLIAM PATERSON.

18 8 3.

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A DICTIONARY

OF THE

ANONYMOUS AND PSEUDONYMOUS

LITERATURE OF GREAT BRITAIN.

871

FAB - FAB

872 FABIAN'S Tower. A novel. By the FABLE (a) of the widow and her cat.

author of Smugglers and foresters. [By Matthew PRIOR and Jonathan (Mary Rosa Stewart KETTLE.] In SWIFT, D.D.] three volumes.

London, 1711. Folio. (Broadside.] * London : 1852. Duodecimo.*

(Bodl.] FABIOLA ; or, the Church of the cata

FABLES, antient and modern, adapted combs. [By Nicholas Patrick WISE for the use of children from three to MAN, Cardinal.]

eight years of age. By Edward BaldLondon : MDCCCLV. Octavo. *

win Esq. [William Godwin.]

London : 1821. Duodecimo. (Adv. Lib.] FABLE (the) of Ovid treting of Narcissus, with a moral thereunto, very

FABLES for grown gentlemen : for the pleasante to rede. [By Thomas

year 1770. [By John HALL-STEVENHOWELL?]

SON.] [Part II.) 1560. [W., Warton, iii. 417.)

London: MDCCLXX. Quarto. Pp. 54. b. t.* Under the signature of T. H.

FABLES for grown gentlemen : or, a

fable for every day in the week. [By FABLE (the) of the bees : or, private

John HALL-STEVENSON.] vices, publick benefits. The second edition, enlarged with many addi

London : MDCCLXI. Quarto. Pp. 40.* tions. As also an essay on charity

[Nichols, Lit. Anec., iii. 86.) schools. And a search into the nature of FABLES for the female sex. [By Society. [By Bernard de MANDEVILLE,

E. MOORE and H. BROOKE] Tin M.D.]

verse..] London : 1723. Octavo. Pp. 8. 428. 11.*

London : 1744. Octavo. (Brit. Mus.] FABLE (the) of the sacred phenix, FABLES for the holy alliance, Rhymes

or, of Prelacy revived from the ashes on the road, &c. &c. By Thomas of its funerals [by Simon Couper). Brown, the younger, secretary of the Briefly examin'd and refuted, by the Poco-curante Society, and author of author of the Funeral of Prelacy. the Fudge family, and the Two-penny [Robert WHYTE, of Banochy, advo post-bag. [Thomas MOORE.] New cate.]

edition. Printed in the year, 1704. Quarto. * (Adv. London : 1823. Duodecimo. Pp. xiv. Lib.]

200.* (Lowndes, Bibliog. Man.)

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