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JOHN WALKER, LL.B.
FELLOW OF NEW COLLEGE,
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
JECTS AND INVENTIONS, &c. &c.
NOSTER-ROW; AND MUNDAY AND SLATTER, OXFORD,
CON T E N T S
LETTERS TO AND FROM EMINENT PERSONS.
I. FROM Algernon Sidney, in answer to one persuad
ing his return to England after the Restoration II. Oliver Cromwell to his Son-in-law, Gen. Fleetwood III. Oliver Cromwell to the Speaker of the House of Com
.. mons, on founding a College at Durham . IV. From Sir Robert Strange, containing an account of some Pictures at Rome
: . .
terwards Duchess of Somerset, on the death of
who died of the Small Pox at Bologna, in 1744
cellor . .
XIX. Letters containing Strictures on Gray's Posthum-
ous Works - - - -
XXIV. Letters from Bishop Atterbury 10 Mr. Prior, and
of the name of Morgan, in the same county