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Brown, Thomas, 1663-1704 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Australia National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands-test National Library of France

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VIAF ID: 19675122 (Personal)

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  1. Works. ‎(14) Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
  2. trip to Holland ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test
  3. The works of Ron Olson, 2002: ‎(2) National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
  4. The works of Mr. Thomas Brown serious, moral, comical, and satyrical, in four volumes. ... To which is prefix'd, a character of Mr. Brown, and his writings, by James Drake. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  5. The works of Mr. Thomas Brown ‎(2) Library of Congress/NACO German National Library
  6. The second volume of the works of Mr. Thomas Brown Containing letters from the dead to the living, and from the living to the dead; together with dialogues of the dead, after the manner of Lucian. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  7. The new cheats of London exposed; or, The frauds and tricks of the town laid open to both sexes Being a guard against the iniquitous practices of that metropolis. Containing a new and clear discovery of all the various cheats, frauds, villanies, artifices, tricks, seductions, stratagems, impositions, and deceptions, which are daily practised in London, by bawds, bullies, duffers, fortune-tellers, gamblers, gossips, hangers-on, jilts, intelligencers, Jew-defaulters, insolvents, kidnappers, lottery-office-keepers, mock-auctioneers, money-droppers, ring-droppers, pimps, pretended friends, procurers, procuresses, quacks, receivers of stolen goods, setters, spungers, sharpers, swindlers, smugglers, shop-listers, street-robbers, trappers, way-layers, waggon-hunters, whores, &c. &c. Interspersed with useful reflections and admonitions, salutary hints and observations, whereby rogues and cheats are not only exposed, but may be avoided, by the instructions herein contained. The whole laid down in so plain and easy a manner, as to enable the most innocent country people to be completely on their guard how to avoid the base villanies of those vile and abandoned wretches, who live by villany and fraud. Written from experience and observation by Thomas Brown, author of the New London spy, also published by C. Cooke. Embellished with emblematical copper-plates. ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library
  8. The moralist, 1691: ‎(2) National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
  9. The fourth volume of the works of Mr. Thomas Brown, which compleats the whole sett. ... Together with his translation of Horace ... To which is added, an essay on humor in comedy ; in a letter to Mr. Dennis, written by William Congreve, Esq ‎(2) German National Library
  10. The adventures of Lindamira, a lady of quality ‎(2) National Library of the Netherlands-test German National Library

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