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Dialogues concerning eloquence in general; and particularly, that kind which is fit for the pulpit: by the late Archbishop of Cambray. With his letter to the French Academy, concerning rhetoric, poetry, history, and A Comparison betwixt the Antients and Moderns. Translated from the French, and illustrated with Notes and Quotations; by William Stevenson, M. A. Rector of Morningthorp in Norfolk.
London: Printed by T. Wood, for J. Walthoe, Jun. over-against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill, 1722.
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