Gilbert Wakefield

Gilbert Wakefield (1756–1801) was an English scholar and controversialist. He moved from being a cleric and academic, into tutoring at dissenting academies, and finally became a professional writer and publicist. In a celebrated state trial, he was imprisoned for a pamphlet critical of government policy of the French Revolutionary Wars; and died shortly after his release. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1797
impensis autoris, typis A. Hamilton: veneunt apud I. Cuthell, Middle-Row, Holborn

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1792
printed by E. Hodson, Bell-Yard; and sold by J. Deighton, Holborn, Opposite Gray's-Inn

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1795
printed for Thomas Payne, at the Mews-Gate; and Benjamin and John White, in Fleet-Street

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1789
typis academicis excudebat J. Archdeacon, ubi veneunt apud J. & J. Merrill; Londini apud J. Deighton, No. 274. Holborn; et J. Fletcher, Oxon

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1796
printed, for the author, by A. Hamilton: sold by Payne, at the Mews-Gate; Egerton, Whitehall; and Kearsley, Fleet-Street

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1797
printed for the author by A. Hamilton and sold by G. Kearsley, Fleet Street

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1781
printed by William Eyres, for the author, and sold by J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1788
printed, and sold by J. Deighton, No. 274, Holborn

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by Wakefield, Gilbert
Published 1796
printed for the author, and sold by G. Kearsley, No. 46, Fleet-Street