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THE REVOLUTION TO THE END OF

GEORGE I's REIGN;

BEING A CONTINUATION OF

THE REV. J. GRANGER’S WORK:

CONSISTING OF
CHARACTERS DISPOSED IN DIFFERENT CLASSES,
AND ADAPTED TO A METHODICAL CATALOGUE
OF ENGRAVED BRITISH HEADS ;

INTERSPERSED WITH A VARIETY OF

ANECDOTES, AND MEMOIRS OF A GREAT NUMBER

OF PERSONS,
Not to be found in any other Biographical Work.

The Materials being supplied by the Manuscripts left by Mr. GRANGER,

and the Collections of the Editor,
THE REV. MARK NOBLE,

- F.A.S. of London and Edinburgh.
Rector of Barming in Kent, and Domestic Chaplain to the

Earl of Leicester.

VOL. III.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR W. RICHARDSON, STRAND;
DARTON AND HARVEY, GRACECHURCH-STREET ; AND W. BAYNES,

PATERNOSTER-ROW.

1806.

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Page 15 line 7, for served, read saved. 23

5, for Golden's read Goldney's.
29 4, for confident read confidant.

20, for Ossalstan read Ossulston.
38 7, for had read has
89 6, from the bottom, for Sewin read Irvin
47 · 15, a comma after army, only
48 - 16, dele a
68

- 17, for archdeanery read archdeaconry
71 9, add of
92 - 16, for Mainingham read Manningham
160

6, add old

last line, for varying read veering
176 - 16, for Haurenhasen read Herenhausen

14, from the bottom, after bishops add castle

8, for Jebb read Jubb
239 read 238, line ten from the bottom, for Woodhouse read Wodehouse,

18, for Dr. read Mr.
252 5, for Tunsall read Tunstall
267 ll, for amicable read amiable
279

7, for T. Jenkins read F. Hayman 282 4, for R. read B. Wilson, ad vivum pinxit, et aqua forti incidit. 310 4, from the bottom, for suffered read suffused 317

9, ditto, for Dying read Christian 328 last line but one, for Loughborough read Luxborough 334 4, for Pierce read Pearce 373

4, from the bottom, for goveror read governor 408 3, for pantry read parting 413 9, for Delamer read Delawar Ib. 7, from the bottom, for inserted read inscribed 421 3, ditto, read Hervey 461

8, ditto, for Oxburg read Oxburgh 470 -17, for dreadfuld read dreadful Ib. - 11, from the bottom, for Tryer read Fryer 491 first note, a comma aster nostrarum, dele the comma after student.

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THE

HISTORY OF ENGLAND,

&c.

CLASS 1.

THE ROYAL FAMILY.

GEORGE I. began his reign August 1, 1714. GEORGE I. with Mr. Addison's cerses to Sir God. frey Kneller on his picture, la. obl. Bickham sc.

George I. with trophies, 4to. G. Bickham sc.
George I. profile, fol. Kneller p. Chereau sc.

George I. with Mr. Daniel's poem on his return, fol. Clark sc. 1720.

George I. in armour, mez. J. Faber sc. 1714.

George I. in armour, miez. Kncller p. Faber jun, sculp.

George I. in robes, oval, mezzot. D. Stevens p. J. Faber sc. 1722.

George I. oval, Mars, Mercury, and other emble> matical figures, 8vo. J. Cole sc.

George I. 8vo. Hirseman p. M. Vr. Gucht sc.

George I. wh. len. sitting, in his robes, mezzot. İ. Hirseman p. J. Gole sc.

George I. fol. Gribelin, jun. sc.

George I. with Wisdom, Religion, Justice, and * Moderation,” fol. Vr. Gucht sc. VOL. III, B

GEORGE

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