Susannah Dobson

Susannah Dobson née Dawson (c. 1742 – 29 September 1795) was an English translator, from the south of England, the daughter of John Dawson of "the parish of St Dunstan, London". She was particularly concerned with the 14th-century Italian humanist Petrarch. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dobson, Susannah
Published 1795
printed by Holl and Brandish, for J. Robson, New Bond-Street, and Messrs. Robinsons, Paternoster-Row, London

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by Dobson, Susannah
Published 1777
printed for T. Becket, the Corner of the Adelphi, Strand

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by Dobson, Susannah
Published 1795
printed by Holl and Brandish, for Barker and Son, Great Russell-Street, and B. Uphill, Brydges-Street, Covent-Garden

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by Sade, Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de
Published 1777
printed for John Beatty, [No. 32,] Skinner-Row
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by Sade, Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de
Published 1775
printed for James Buckland, Pater-Noster Row
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by Sade, Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de
Published 1797
printed, by T. Bensley, for the Associated Booksellers, Vernon and Hood; J. Cuthell; J. Walker; Ogilvy and Son; Lackington, Allen, and Co. and J. Nunn
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by Sade, Jacques-François-Paul-Aldonce de
Published 1799
printed by T. Maiden, for Vernor and Hood; J. Cuthell; E. Newbery; J. Walker; Lackington, Allen, and Co. Ogilvy and Son; Otridge and Son; J. Nunn; and R. Lea
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