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thresher"s labour (1736)

Stephen Duck

thresher"s labour (1736)

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Published by William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in Los Angeles .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Facsimile reprints of the London editions of 1736 and 1739.

Other titlesThe woman"s labour [Bound with The thresher"s labour].
StatementStephen Duck. and, The woman"s labour (1739) ; Mary Collier ; introduction by Moira Ferguson.
SeriesPublication / Augustan Reprint Society -- no.230, Publication -- no.230.
ContributionsCollier, Mary., Ferguson, Moira.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18815987M


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Stephen Duckm, in answer to his late poem, called The thresher's labour ', originally published in The woman's labour: An epistle to Mr. Stephen Duck, in answer to his late poem, called The thresher's labour: to which are added, The three wise from the first book of Esdras, ch.

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STEPHEN DUCK; In ANSWER to his late Poem, called THE THRESHER'S LABOUR. To which are added, The Three WISE SENTENCES, TAKEN FROM The Firſt Book of ESDRAS, Ch. III. and IV. By MARY COLLIER, Now a WASHER-WOMAN, at Petersfield in Hampſhire.

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