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A trip through London containing observations on men and things. Viz. An Account of the vast Number of Foreigners Yearly Imported. How Wales sends more Footmen than Gentlemen to London. A Reason for the Streets and Highways in the City and Liberty of Westminster being kept in no better Repair. A Description of the Coffee-Houses about Whitehall. A merry Differtation upon News-Papers, Authors, Printers, and Publishers. An entertaining Description of St. James's Park; how the Horse-Guards are worse Soldiers and better Subjects than the Foot-Guards. A remarkable Controversy between a Bawd and a Sodomite, on one of the Seats near Buckingham-House. Of a Person of Quality's Cloaths sold off his Back in the Mall by his Valet de Chambre. New Votes. Schemes and Designs of the Irish Society of Fortune-Hunters, An Account of the Exeter-'change Beauties, the Undertaker's Club-Feast, the Method of their obtaining and managing Funerals; and of a Miser's bequeathing his Body to the Royal Society to save the Expences of Interment. A Description of the Fleet-Street Coffee-Houses, Temple Beaus, Prison of Newgate, Ludgate-Hall, Black-Fryers, and St. Paul's Cathedral. An Account of the surprizing Revolution at the Theatre in the Hay-Market, and the wonderful happy Deliverance of these Nations from popish Italian Songs, and Common Sense. By Jack G--y, Tom W--ik--, and Mol' Fem--in
by Jones, Erasmus
Published 1728
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by Dunton, John
Published 1723
printed for the author, (mr. John Dunton) and are to be sold by most booksellers in Great-Britain and Ireland

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The whole genuine and complete works of Flavius Josephus, the Learned and Authentic Jewish Historian, and Celebrated Warrior. Containing I. The Antiquities of the Jews, in Twenty Books; with their Wars, memorable Transactions, remarkable Occurrences, their various Turns of Glory and Misery, Prosperity and Adversity, from the Creation of the World. II. The Wars of the Jews with the Romans, from their Commencement to the final Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, in the Reign of Vespasian. In Seven Books. III. The Book of Josephus against Apion, in Defence of the Jewish Antiquities. In Two Parts. IV. The Martyrdoms of the Maccabees. V. The Embassy of Philo, from the Jews of Alexandria, to the Emperor Caius Caligula. VI. The Life of Flavius Josephus, written by himself. Vii. The Testimonies of Josephus concerning Our Blessed Saviour, St. John the Baptist, &c. clearly vindicated. Translated from the Original in the Greek Language, And diligently revised and compared with the Writings of cotemporary Authors, of different Nations...
by Josephus, Flavius
Published 1792
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Published 2011
Palgrave Macmillan UK
...Writing the Nation...

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by Gerlach, David W.
Published 2017
Cambridge University Press
Table of Contents: '; ...expulsions, violence and borderland life -- Divisions within the nation : resettlement, local power...

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by Vital, David
Published 2001
Oxford University Press
... the whole of Europe, during the century and a half leading up to the birth of the nation of Israel...

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by Blumi, Isa
Published 2011
Palgrave Macmillan US
... and social groups that the later national history would claim to have been Albanians, providing a revisionist...