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Boyse, Samuel, 1708-1749 Library of Congress/NACO German National Library ISNI-test National Library of Australia National Library of the Netherlands-test National Library of Israel

Boyse, Samuel National Library of Portugal

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Deity National Library of Australia
Impartial history of the late rebellion in 1745 National Library of Australia
[The] pantheon: or, Fabulous history of the heathen gods, goddesses, heroes, &c Explained in a manner entirely new; and rendered much more useful than any hitherto published. Adorned with figures from antient paintings, medals and gems, for the use of those who would understand history, poetry, painting, statuary, coins, medals, &c. With an explanation of the mythology of the antients from the writings of Moses; the Egyptian, Grecian, Roman, and Eastern historians, philosophers, poets, &c. By Samuel Boyse, A.M. The fifth edition, revised and corrected, with large additions, and a dissertation on the Theology of the Heathens. By William Cooke, M.A. rector of Oldbury and Didmarton in Gloucestershire, vicar of Enford in Wiltshire, and chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Suffolk. To which is subjoined, an appendix, treating of their astrology, prodigies, auguries, aruspices, oracles &c. in which the origin of each is pointed out: and an historical account of the rise of altars, sacred groves, priests and temples. National Library of the Netherlands-test
The poetical works of Blair, Glynn, etc. Library of Congress/NACO
Translations and poems written on several subjects, 1731: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO

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