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Mr. R. Tovey, Bookseller, 24 fets.
Richard Townshend, Esq;
William Martin Trinder, Esq; of Exeter College,

John Tucker, Esq; 2 sets.
Mr. John Tyrer, of Worcester.
George Tyrrel, Esq;

Clotworthy Upton, Esq;
John Upton, Esq;
The Reverend Frederick Ulher, S. T.P.
The Reverend Thomas Vernon, of Lower Earley,

in Worcestershire.
Benjamin Victor, Efq;
The Reverend Mr. Viney, of Bach,

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His Excellency Count Woronzow, Ambassador

Extraordinary from Her Imperial Majesty of

The Right Honourable the Earl of Warwick.
The Honourable Mrs. Walfingham, of New

Sir Armine Wodehouse, Baronet.
James Waddel, Esq;
John Wall, M. D.
John Walcott, Esq; of Bath.

Walpole, Esq; Banker, of London.
The Reverend Dr. Walker, of Magdalen-College,

Mi. Isaac Walker, Merchant, of London.
Mr. Cooper Walker, of Dublin.
John Walls, Esq;
James Walwyn junior, Erg; of Longworth, in


Richard Warburton, Efq;
Mr. Thomas Ward, of Birmingham.
Thomas Waters, Esq; of Luton, in Effex.
The Reverend Mr. Watkins, Vice-Principal of

St. Mary-Hall, Oxford.
The Reverend Dr. Waugh, Dean of Worcester.
Mr. Arthur Webb.
Mr. William Webb.
Alexander Wedderburn, Esq;
Mr. James Weir.
The Reverend Francis Marias Weft.
Lieutenant Milborne Weft.
Mr. Thomas Welt.
Mr. Thomas Welt.
John Wightwick, Esq;
Captain Ffolliott Whiteway.
John Whiteway, Esq;
Thomas Whyte, Esq;
Mrs. Wight.
Adam Williams, Efq;
The Reverend Dr. Wilson.
George Wilson, Esq; of Bedford.
John Wilson, Esq;
Theobald Wolfe, Esq;
Charleton Wollaston, M. D.
Mr. Philip Woodrose.
The Reverend Mr. Wordale, Chaplain to the

Honourable and Right Reverend the Bishop of

Carlisle, The Reverend Henry Wright. Mr. Benjamin Wyncoop, of Philadelphia, in

Pensylvania. William Wynne, Esq; Gent. Com. of Jesus-College, Oxford.



Robert Yeates, Esq;
Arthur Youg, Esq;
John Young, Esq;

The Reverend Dr. Kyte, Student of Christ-

church, Oxford.
John Moody, Esq;

As we have reason to believe, that several Persons of Rank
and Distinction, both in Scotland and Ireland, whose names
and titles have not yet arrived to our knowledge, have pleased
to honour the publication of these Volumes with the encou-
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An Account of the Court and Empire of Japan, 180
A Letter to the Writer of the Occasional Paper, 197
Of Public Absurdities in England,

Short Remarks on Bishop Burnet's History, 214
An Abstract of the History of England, 217
A Letter to a Member of Parliament in Ire-

land, upon chusing a new Speaker there, 225 Some few Thoughts concerning the Repeal of the Test,

237 Maxims controlled in Ireland,

239 Sent to Dr. Swift, by a Quaker,

251 A Letter from Sir John Browne to Dr. Swift, 252 A Letter on Mr. M'Culla's Project about

Halfpence, and a new one proposed, 260
Doing Good, a Sermon, on the occasion of Wood's

A Proposal that all the Ladies and Women of

Ireland svould appear constantly in Irish

A Letter to the Archbishop of Dublin, concern-
ing the Weavers,

312 Answer to several Letters from unknown Perfons,

325 An Answer to several Letters fent from unknown Hands,




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