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By P N Furbank

Daniel Defoe was once essentially the most prolific writers in English literature, but the canon of works attributed to him swelled from a hundred to 570 titles among 1790 and the Nineties. Furbank and Owens offer a severe bibliography of Defoe's works, together with evidences for ascription.

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6 BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND BROADSHEETS 3(P) A Letter to a Dissenter from his Friend at the Hague, Concerning the Penal Laws and the Test; Shewing that the Popular Plea for Liberty of Conscience is not Concerned in that Question. e. 19 (7). 4°: 2 leaves, pp. 1-4. Drop-head title. Date: Probably published about July or August 1688 (see below). Other locations: Ct, DUu, E, Ldw, 0, Ow; CLU-C, CSmH, CtY-BR, DFo, ICN, IU, Ma, MH, MnU, NIC, NNUT, PPRF, TxU; CaOTU. A forcefully argued pamphlet designed to persuade Dissenters not to be fooled by James I1's offer to repeal the Test Act of 1673.

Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee Sterling C. Evans Library, Texas A&M University Bridwell Library, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University, Texas Fondren Library, Rice University, Texas University of Houston, Texas Texas Tech University San Antonio College, Texas Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin Moody Memorial Library, Baylor University, Texas UPB Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Utah ViU University of Virginia Swem Library, College of William and Mary, Virginia TxHR TxHU TxLT TxSaC TxU ViW xxxvi LIBRARY SYMBOLS ViWC Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Virginia WaU WU University of Washington University of Wisconsin-Madison OTHER COUNTRIES University of Alberta, Canada University of British Columbia, Canada Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, Canada University of Guelph, Ontario, Canada Mills Memorial Library, McMaster University, Ontario, Canada CaOKQ Douglas Library, Queen's University, Ontario, Canada University of Western Ontario, Canada CaOLU CaOONL National Library of Canada CaOTU University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada CaOTY York University, Ontario, Canada CaOWtU University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada CaQMM McGill University, Quebec, Canada CaQMMO Osier Library, McGill University, Quebec, Canada CaSSU University of Saskatchewan, Canada CaAEU CaBVaU CaMWU CaOGU CaOHM GOT Niedersachsische Staats- und Universitatsbibliothek Gottingen NU University of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia P PRT Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris Pretoria State Library, South Africa SU Barr Smith Library, University of Adelaide, South Australia xxxvii A Critical Bibliography of Daniel Defoe COLLECTED WORKS 1 A True Collection of the Writings of the Author of the True Born English-man.

11. The discussion of the benefits brought to England by the Huguenot refugees and the error of those who objected to the'receiving such vast Numbers of Foreigners' (p. 24) has a close analogue in Giving Alms no Charity (62), p. 7, and other known writings of Defoe. The reference to the Crusades as a 'cheat' (p. 3) recalls the description of them as a 'religious bubble' in The Political Hist01Y of the Devil (228), p. 5. A French translation, Lex talionis, la Loi du Talion (Londres: Pierre de la Verite, 1698), adds a fourteen-page Reponse aplusieurs Objections qui se font contre cet Excellent Ecrit, by another hand.

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