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Freeholder, translated into English. 12mo. London, 1737. Bee (Papers in the) by O. Goldsmith. (Works, Vol. IV.) Gray's-Inn Journal, by Arthur Murphy. (Works, Vols. V. and VI.) Looker-on, by Roberts, Alex. Chalmers, Mrs. Opie, &c. 4 vols. 12mo.

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