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HARE, Francis (1671--1740)
[Frauds and abuses at St. Paul's. Continuation. 1713]
A continuation of Frauds and abuses at St. Paul's, wherein is consider'd at large, the Attorney General's report, in relation to a prosecution of Mr. Jenings the carpenter: in answer to Fact against scandal. With some remarks on the second part of the same work, entitul'd An answer to frauds, &c. In a postscript.
London: printed for A. Baldwin, 1713.
[2], 54 p. ; 19.8 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. By Francis Hare. A continuation of the author's attack on the architect Sir Christopher Wren, the master carpenter Richard Jennings and others, published in the previous year as Frauds and abuses at St. Paul's (q.v.). The continuation pamphlet was issued in response to the two pamphlets named on the title-page, Fact against scandal (q.v.) and An answer to ... Frauds and abuses (q.v.), both attributed to the assistant surveyor Thomas Bateman. ESTC t27646; BAL, Early printed books, no. 3910.

Copy Notes Traces of stitched blue paper wrappers. The title-page inscribed in ink at head of title 2 and at the bottom 3386. Bound (5) after Frauds and abuses at St. Paul's (q.v.) in a collection of six pamphlets concerning the controversy and with two additional items both dated 1678 tipped in on guards at the end.

Binding C19th calf, blind triple-ruled borders with small floral corner ornaments in blind, gilt triple-ruled and blind-tooled spine, dark green spine-label gilt-lettered 'Pamphlets On St Pauls'. Later numbered '70' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5475


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