Allgemeines repertorium der literatur, Volume 2

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Johann Samuel Ersch
Allgemeinen Literatur-Zeitung, 1793 - Bibliography
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Page xv - Huber, notions générales des graveurs divisés par nations , et des peintres rangés par écoles , précédées de l'histoire de la gravure et de la peinture depuis l'origine de ces arts jusqu'à nos jours , et suivies d'un catalogue raisonné d'une collection choisie d'estampes , Dresden et Leipsick 1787, 1.
Page vii - Constitution de l'Angleterre , ou état du gouvernement anglais comparé avec la forme républicaine et avec les autres monarchies de l'Europe : par DE LOLME, membre du conseil des deux-cents de la république de Genève.
Page 97 - HISTORY of MODERN EUROPE. With an Account of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire ; and a view of the Progress of Society, from the Rise of the Modern Kingdoms to the Peace of Paris in 1763. In a series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son.
Page xv - History of theTurkes or Ottoman Empire, from its foundation in 1300 to the peace of Belgrade in 1740. To which is prefixed an Historical discourse on Mahomet and his successors; translated from the French by A. Hawkins.
Page xxxvii - Translation of the Inferno of Dante Alighieri, in English Verse, with historical Notes, and the Life of Dante : to which is added, a Specimen of a new Translation of the Orlando Furioso of Ariosto, by Henry Boyd, AM Lond.
Page vii - A Letter from a Gentleman on Board an Indiaman, to his Friend in London , giving an Account of the Island of Joanna . in the Year 1784- London , Stockdnle.
Page 121 - An inquiry into the Copernican system . . . wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion . . . with an attempt to point out the only true way whereby mankind can receive any real benefit from the study of the heavenly bodies. By John Cunningham. London, 1789, 8ro.
Page 97 - Môme té des quatre voeux de la Compagnie de S. Ignace et des quatre grades de la Maçonnerie de S. Jean.
Page vii - Gibraltar," a Poem. For notice of him, see " Manchester School Register," Vol. I. A SURVEY of the LAKES of CUMBERLAND, WESTMORELAND, and LANCASHIRE, together with an Account, Historical, Topographical, and Descriptive, of the adjacent country, to which is added a Sketch of the Border Laws and Customs.
Page xv - Tableaux, statues, bas-reliefs et camées de la galerie de Florence et du palais Pitti, dessinés par Wicar, et gravés sous la direction de Lacombe et Masquelier, avec les explications par Mongez l'aîné , etc.

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