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Phillips, R. (Richard), Sir, 1767-1840


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  • Fuller Name

    • Richard
  • Variants

    • Abbé Bossut, 1767-1840
    • Adair, James, 1767-1840
    • Author of English grammar, 1767-1840
    • Author of Grammar of natural and experimental philosophy, 1767-1840
    • Author of Grammar of philosophy, 1767-1840
    • Author of Models of juvenile letters, 1767-1840
    • Author of Reading exercises, 1767-1840
    • Author of The class book, 1767-1840
    • Barrow, S., 1767-1840
    • Blair, David, 1767-1840
    • Bossut, abbé, 1767-1840
    • Clarke, C. C., 1767-1840
    • Class book, Author of, 1767-1840
    • English grammar, Author of, 1767-1840
    • Goldsmith, J., 1767-1840
    • Grammar of natural and experimental philosophy, Author of, 1767-1840
    • Grammar of philosophy, Author of, 1767-1840
    • Models of juvenile letters, Author of, 1767-1840
    • Pelham, Mary, 1767-1840
    • Phillips, Richard, 1767-1840
    • Phillips, Richard, Sir, 1767-1840
    • Reading exercises, Author of, 1767-1840
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Phillips, Richard, Sir, 1767-1840
  • Sources

    • found: LCCN 06-13262: His The wonders of the heavens displayed, 1826(hdg.: [Phillips, Sir Richard] 1767-1840; usage: Sir R. Phillips)
    • found: His The first catechism for children, 1825:t.p. (Rev. David Blair, author of The class book, Reading exercises, Grammar of philosophy)
    • found: His The explanatory and pronouncing French word-book, 1832:t.p. (M. l'abbé Bossut)
    • found: His The universal preceptor, 1817:t.p. (author of English grammar, Models of juvenile letters, Reading exercises, and Grammar of natural and experimental philosophy)
    • found: The ancient customs of the manor of Taunton Deane, 1821:title page imprint (sold by ... Sir Richard Phillips, London)
    • found: BLC(Phillips, Sir Richard; pseudonyms named either here or under separate entry: Adair, James; Barrow, S.; Blair, David; Clarke, C.C.; Goldsmith, J.; Pelham, Mary)
    • found: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography online, Oct. 2, 2012:(author and publisher, b. 1767, d. Apr. 2, 1840)
    • found: Wikipedia, May 9, 2014(Sir Richard Phillips (13 December 1767 - 2 April 1840) was an English schoolteacher, author and publisher)
    • found: Translations chiefly from The Greek anthology, 1806:title page (Printed for Richard Phillips, No. 6, Bridge-Street, Blackfriars)
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    • 1984-12-05: new
    • 2019-04-13: revised
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