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Cathedral Church of Lincoln. London, John. The Correspondence 1819. 4to. Published at 31. 38. WILD, James. Dramas adapted Friends ; printed from the original

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3268, 8s. Poems. London, 1670, sm. 8vo. A Collection of the genuine Papers, Let

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planatory Notes. London, 1769. sm. Sro. WILFORD, John. Memorials and Characters, together with the Lives The_Speeches of John Wilkes, one of the of divers eminent and worthy Per- Knights of the Shire for the County of Midsons. London, 1741. folio.

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Epigoniad, a Poem in nine Books. are usually found. Lond. 1773.

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