The Pleasures of the Imagination
The Pleasures of the Imagination is a long didactic poem by Mark Akenside, first published in 1744.The first book defines the powers of imagination and discusses the various kinds of pleasure to be de...
Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts
Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts was published in London in 1718 and again in 1733, the second time also under the title of The compleat confectioner. It was published in 1744 with an additional called A cu...
A Little Pretty Pocket-Book
A Little Pretty Pocket-Book, intended for the Amusement of Little Master Tommy and Pretty Miss Polly with Two Letters from Jack the Giant Killer is the title of a 1744 children's book by British publi...
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Harleian Miscellany
The Harleian Miscellany is a collection of material from the library of the Earl of Oxford collated and edited by Samuel Johnson and William Oldys between 1744 and 1753 on behalf of the publisher Thom...
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1744 in literature
The year 1744 in literature involved some significant events and new books.
Life of Mr Richard Savage
Samuel Johnson's Life of Mr Richard Savage (1744), short title is Life of Savage and full title is An Account of the Life of Mr Richard Savage, Son of the Earl Rivers, was the first major biography pu...
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Tommy Thumb's Song Book
Tommy Thumb's Song Book is the earliest known collection of British nursery rhymes printed in 1744. No original copy has survived, but its content has been recovered from later reprints. It contained ...
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Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song Book
Tommy Thumb's Pretty Song-Book is the first anthology of English-language nursery rhymes, published in London in 1744. It contains the oldest printed texts of many well-known and popular rhymes, as we...
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