Charles Valentine Le Grice

Charles Valentine Le Grice (1773–1858) was an Anglican priest, an associate of Charles Lamb and Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a squib writer, and a translator of Longus. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1799
printed by Benjamin Flower: for J. Deighton, J. Nicholson, and O. Gregory; and sold by J. Abel, Northampton; C. Sutton, Nottingham; and T. Conder, London

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1796
Printed by Benjamin Flower, for W.H. Lunn, and J. Deighton: and sold by J. March, Norwich; J. Abel, Northampton; C.G. and J. Robinsons, and T. Conder, London

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1794
Printed and sold by F. Hodson; sold also by all the booksellers in Cambridge

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1794
printed by B. Flower, for W.H. Lunn, and J. Deighton, and for T. Shepherd Bury

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1795
printed by Benjamin Flower; sold by the printer; W. H. Lunn; J. Nicholson; and J. Deighton; T. Shepherd, Bury; and G. G. and J. Robinson, London

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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1842
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by Le Grice, Charles Valentine
Published 1844
E. Heard

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by Civis
Published 1866
H.W. Dutton
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