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Faulder, Robert, 17..-18.., libraire Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of France

Faulder, Robert, 1747 or 1748-1815 Library of Congress/NACO

Faulder, Robert 1747-1815 ISNI German National Library

Faulder, Robert, 1747 or 8-1815 National Library of the Netherlands

Faulder, Robert, 1747 o 1748-1815. National Library of Catalonia

VIAF ID: 197109765 (Personal)

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ISNI: 0000  0003  5744  8634 

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Accounts and extracts of the manuscripts in the library of the king of France. Published under the inspection of a committee of the Royal academy of sciences at Paris. Translated from the French. Vol. I [-II] National Library of France
Address to the president of the protestant association; including remarks on strictures lately published on the State and behaviour of English catholics National Library of France
Apology for slavery ; or, six cogent arguments against the immediate abolition of the slave-trade National Library of France
British India analyzed. The provincial and revenue establishments of Tippoo Sultaun and of Mahomedan and British conquerors in Hindostan, stated and considered. In three parts. Part I [-III] National Library of France
catalogue consisting of several valuable collections of books, lately purchased ; the whole forming a general assortment of the best authors in every branch of literature... Which will begin to be sold this day, 1783, by Robert Faulder, bookseller, n° 42, New Bond-street, the corner of Maddox-street... National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France Library of Congress/NACO
Catalogue of five hundred celebrated authors of Great Britain, now living; the whole arranged in alphabetical order; and including a complete list of their publications, with occasional strictures, and anecdotes of their lives National Library of France
Eight sermons; by Percival Stockdale. Sudoc [ABES], France
English garden : a poem. In four books. By W. Mason, M. A. A New Edition, corrected. To which are added a commentary and notes, by W. Burgh, Esq; LL. D. National Library of France
Graphic illustrations of Hogarth ... 1799: Library of Congress/NACO
The injustice of the african slave-trade, proved from principles of natural equality. A Sermon, preached in the church of Charles, Plymouth, on sunday the 11th of january, 1789, by Robert Hawker, vicar of the parish, and formerly of Magdalene hall, Oxford... The second edition National Library of France
The letters of Junius. In two volumes. Vol. I [-II]. A new edition. Sudoc [ABES], France
The political herald, and review : or, a survey of domestic and foreign politics, and a critical account of political and historical publications. Library of Congress/NACO
Slave-trade. A Sermon, preached at Stonehouse chapel, on sunday, december 28, 1788, by John Bidlake, A. B. of christ church, Oxford, chaplain to the right honorable the earl Ferrers, and master of the grammar school, Plymouth. The second edition National Library of France
Some account of London. National Library of France
Strictures on Lt. Col. Tarleton's History " of the campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the southern provinces of North America. "... wherein military characters and corps are vindicated from injurious aspersions, and several important transactions placed in their proper point of view. In a series of letters to a friend, by Roderick Mackenzie ... to which is added, a detail of the siege of ninety six, and the re-capture of the island of New-Providence. Sudoc [ABES], France
Three dissertations ... : with a general introduction and notes and illustrations Library of Congress/NACO

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