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Item informationTitle: Anecdotes of Avarice
Genre: Reviews/Essays
Publication informationVolume: E (Part I)
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      Resource Identifier: SE1_18xx_042
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      Description ''Avarice, says the author of Religio Medici, seems ...''

      Clipping reads: [rule] | Anecdotes of Avarice.
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      Clipping is an excerpt from Dr. William King's Political and Literary Anecdotes of His Own Times; the excerpt was published in an unidentified periodical.  

      King was a Jacobite 18th-century English academic and satirist; the Anecdotes were published posthumously in the early 19th century.