A Defence of Theron and Aspasio: Against the Objections Contained in a Late Treatise, Entitled, Letters on Theron and Aspasio : to which are Prefix'd, a Series of Letters from James Hervey, to the Author, Authenticating this Defence with His Intire Approbation, and Manifesting it to be the Only One that Can be Presented to the Public with that Authority to which is Added, a Farther Defence of Theron and Aspaso, Against the Objections of Joseph Bellamy in His Treatise Entitled, Theron, Paulinus, and Aspasio : with Some Directions to the Readers of Theron and Aspasio, and a Cautionary Postscript : the Whole Forming a Necessary Supplement to Hervey's Dialogues

E. Dilly ... and J. Coote, 1761 - 296 sider
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