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A system of oratory, delivered in a course of lectures publicly read at Gresham College, London: to which is prefixed an inaugural oration, spoken in Latin, before the commencement of the lectures, according to the usual Custom. By John Ward, D.LL. P.R.G.C. F.R. and A.SS. and T.B.M. ...
London: Printed for John Ward, in Cornhill, opposive to the Royal Exchange, 1759.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|William A. Livingston||Volume 1||6/3/1803||6/13/1803||Ward's Oratory|
|Richard Hatfield||Volume 1||3/5/1805||3/14/1805||Ward's Oratory|
|Richard Hatfield||Volume 2||3/5/1805||3/14/1805||Ward's Oratory|
|Ezekiel Robins||Volume 1||5/28/1805||6/8/1805||Wards Oratory|
|Ezekiel Robins||Volume 2||5/28/1805||6/8/1805||Wards Oratory|
|Ezekiel Robins||Volume 1||8/1/1805||8/8/1805||Wards Oratory|
|Ezekiel Robins||Volume 2||8/1/1805||8/8/1805||Wards Oratory|