John Arbuthnot

John Arbuthnot FRS (''baptised'' 29 April 1667 – 27 February 1735), often known simply as Dr Arbuthnot, was a Scottish physician, satirist and polymath in London. He is best remembered for his contributions to mathematics, his membership in the Scriblerus Club (where he inspired Jonathan Swift's ''Gulliver's Travels'' book III and Alexander Pope's ''Peri Bathous, Or the Art of Sinking in Poetry'', ''Memoirs of Martin Scriblerus,'' and possibly ''The Dunciad''), and for inventing the figure of John Bull. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Arbuthnot, John
Published 1712
London: printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall: and re-printed and sold by Edward Waters in Essex-Street, Dublin

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by Arbuthnot, John
Published 1701
Printed at the Theater in Oxford for Anth. Peisley Bookseller

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by Arbuthnot, John
Published 1712
London: printed by John Morphew: and reprinted by Eward Water in Essex-street, at the Corner of Sycamore-Alley Dublin

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by Arbuthnot, John
Published 1712
Printed for John Morphew; and re-printed and sold by E. Daters, in Essex-street, at the Corner of Sycamore-Alley

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by Arbuthnot, John
Published 1714
Printed for J. Moor, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster