Ambrose Serle

Ambrose Serle (1742–1812) was an English official, diarist and writer of Christian prose and hymns. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1789
printed and sold by H. Trapp, No. 1. Pater-Noster-Row: also sold by J. Mathews, No. 18, in the Strand

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1775
sold by J. Mathews, No. 18, in the Strand

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1789
printed for J. Mathews, No. 18, in the Strand; and sold by Trapp, in Pater-Noster Row

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1779
Printed by Churnside & Wilson, Royal Bank Close, to be had of any of the booksellers in town or country

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1776
London printed: and Dublin re-printed by J. Exshaw, (No. 86.) Dame-Street

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1776
printed by J. W. Pasham, Black-Friars; and sold by Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry; and by James Mathews, in the Strand

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1793
printed for M. Trapp, No 1, Paternoster Row; sold also by Matthews, Strand

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1789
Argraphwyd gan I. Daniel

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1773
Printed for C. Ingham, bookseller, under Dick's Coffee-House, in Skinner-Row

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1787
printed and sold by H. Trapp, No. 1. Pater-Noster-Row: also sold by J. Boyter, Pall-Mall; and J. Mathews in the Strand

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1798
printed and sold by V. Griffiths, No. 1, Paternoster Row

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1800
Printed for J. Mathews, 18, Strand, by J. Smeeton, St. Martin's Lane

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by Serle, Ambrose
Published 1791
printed for M. Trapp, No. 1, Paternoster-Row