A friendly caution: or, first gift of Theophilus Philanthropos, student in physick.
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Cambridge University Library
Theophilus Philanthropos = Robert Poole. In this edition the "f" of "first" is below the "ie" of "friendly", there is a comma after "Philanthropos" and on p. 30, section 23, the words "I am marked, but be not troubled .." are in italics.
London : printed for the good of the publick, anno Dom. 1740. and are to be had at Mr. Duncomb's, . ,iv,viii,71,p.,plate ; 8°
ROBERT POOLE is Reader in History at the University of Cumbria in Lancaster. He has written widely on Britain in the long 18th Century (1689-1832).
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