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Combe William 1742 1823
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Additions to the Diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions. By the same author.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, 1677 [1777]

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Anderson's Historical and chronological deduction of the origin of commerce, from the earliest accounts : containing an history of the great commercial interests of the British empire; to which is prefixed, an introduction, exhibiting a view of the ancient and modern state of Europe; of the importance of our colonies; and of the commerce, shipping, manufactures, fisheries, &c. of Great-Britain and Ireland; and their influence on the landed interest: with an appendix, containing the modern politico-commercial geography of the several countries of Europe
Anderson, Adam, 1692?-1765
[Dublin : s.n.], 1790 (Dublin : P. Byrne)

 
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The Anti-diabo-lady Dedicated to all the women in general, and the best of them in particular, in His Majesty's dominions. A new edition, with large additions, moral, satirical and critical; calculated to expose the malevolence of the author of The Diabo-lady, to whom the following paraphrase is dedicated.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for the author; and to be had of F. Jones, and J. Bew, 1777.

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Anti-diabo-lady Respectfully dedicated to all the women in Her Majesty's dominions, in general; and to the best of them in particular, calculated to expose the malevolence of the author of Diabo-lady.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for the author, and to be had of C. Parker, Mr. Bew, the booksellers at the west end of the town, Charing Cross, Temple Bar and Royal Exchange, 1777.

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The auction
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The auction : a town eclogue
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London : Printed for J. Bew, No. 28, Pater-noster-Row, 1778

 
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The auction: a town eclogue By the Honourable Mr. -.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1778.

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The auction: a town eclogue By the Honourable Mr. -
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1778.

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The auction: a town eclogue By the Honourable Mr. ---
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1778.

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Clifton
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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Clifton, a poem. In imitation of Spenser
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Bristol : printed by G. Routh, 1775.

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The dance of life
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The dance of life : a poem
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London : Published by R. Ackermann, 1817

 
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The dance of life, a poem
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London, Methuen, 1903

 
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The dance of life; a poem by the author of "Doctor Syntax",
Combe, William, 1742-1823
New York, Appleton, 1903

 
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The Devil upon crutches in England: or, Night scenes in London: a satirical work. Written upon the plan of the celebrated Diable Boiteux of Monsieur Le Sage. : In two parts.
Gentleman of Oxford
Philadelphia: : Printed by William Evitt, at his printing office, the Sign of the Bible-in-Heart, in Strawberry-Alley, right opposite the Bull's-Head Tavern., M,DCC,LXXII. [1772]

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The Devil upon crutches in England: or, Night scenes in London: a satirical work. Written upon the plan of the celebrated Diable Boiteux of Monsieur Le Sage. : In two parts.
Gentleman of Oxford
Philadelphia: : Printed by William Evitt, at his printing office, the Sign of the Bible-in-Heart, in Strawberry-Alley, right opposite the Bull's-Head Tavern., M,DCC,LXXII. [1772]

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The devil upon two sticks in England being a continuation of Le diable boiteux of Le Sage.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson, 1790-91.

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The devil upon two sticks in England being a continuation of Le diable boiteux of Le Sage.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter, 1791.

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The devil upon two sticks in England being a continuation of Le diable boiteux of Le Sage. ...
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter; and W. Richardson, 1790.

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The devil upon two sticks in England being a continuation of Le diable boiteux of Le Sage. ...
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed at the Logographic Press; and sold by J. Walter; and the principal booksellers in town and country, 1791.

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The devil upon two sticks in England being a continuation of Le diable boiteux of Le Sage. The third edition. Vol. I.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Dublin : printed by Zachariah Jackson, for W. Jones, 1790.

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The diabo-lady: or, a match in hell A poem. Dedicated to the worst woman in Her Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for Fielding and Walker, 1777.

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The diabo-lady: or, a match in hell A poem. Dedicated to the worst woman in Her Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for Fielding and Walker, 1777.

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The diaboliad
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, MDCLXXVII [1777]

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The diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, MDCLXXVII [1777]

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The diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, MDCLXXVII [1777]

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The diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, MDCLXXVII[1777]

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The diaboliad, a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for G. Kearsly, MDCLXXVII[1777]

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The diaboliad: a poem Dedicated to the worst man in His Majesty's dominions. Also, the diabo-lady: or, a match in hell.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
[Dublin] : London: printed: and Dublin reprinted, 1777.

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The diaboliad. A poem. Part the second By the author of Part the first. Dedicated to the worst woman in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1778.

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The diaboliad. A poem. Part the second By the author of part the first. Dedicated to the worst woman in His Majesty's dominions.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1778.

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A dialogue in the shades between an unfortunate divine, and a Welch member of Parliament, lately deceased
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew; and sold by B. Bristow, [1777]

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Doctor Syntax : his three tours in search of the picturesque, of consolation, of a wife
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London ; New York : F. Warne, 1890

 
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Doctor Syntax in Paris, or, A tour in search of the grotesque : a humorous & satirical poem

London : Printed for W. Wright, 1820

 
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Doctor Syntax's three tours: in search of the picturesque, consolation, and a wife.
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London, J. C. Hotten [1868]

 
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The Duchess of Devonshire's cow a poem.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1777.

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Drawings for The English dance of death
Rowlandson, Thomas, 1756-1827
San Marino, Calif., Huntington Library, 1966

 
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The English dance of death.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
New York, Appleton, 1903.

 
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The English dance of death
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The English dance of death, from the designs of Thomas Rowlandson;
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London, Methuen and co., 1903

 
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The fast-day
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The fast-day: a Lambeth eclogue. By the author of the Auction
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1780.

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The first of April
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey, 1992.

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The first of April, or, The triumphs of folly : a poem, dedicated to a celebrated dutchess
Combe, William, 1742-1823
London : Printed for J. Bew, No. 28, Paternoster-Row, 1777

 
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The first of April: or, the triumphs of folly: a poem Dedicated to a celebrated dutchess. By the author of The Diaboliad.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1777.

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The first of April; or, the triumphs of folly. A poem Dedicated to a celebrated dutchess. By the author of The diaboliad.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
Dublin : printed by J. Mehain, for the United Company of Booksellers, 1777.

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The first of April: or, the triumphs of folly: a poem Dedicated to a celebrated dutchess. By the author of The Diaboliad.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1777.

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The first of April: or, the triumphs of folly: a poem Dedicated to a celebrated dutchess. By the author of The diaboliad.
Combe, William, 1742-1823.
London : printed for J. Bew, 1777.

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