Author:Fleetwood Sheppard

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Fleetwood Sheppard


  • Explanation of King James's Declaration (1693)
  • The Calendar Reformed; or, a pleasant Dialogue between Pluto and the Saints in the Elysian Fields, after Lucian's Manner; written by Sir Fl. Sh——rd, in the year 1687
  • Upon an old affected Court Lady
  • The Countess of Dorset's Petition for Chocolate

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