Author:George Monck Berkeley

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George Monck Berkeley
Son of Eliza Berkeley, he wrote a short biography about Jonathan Swift.
George Monck Berkeley


  • Inquiry Into the Life of Dean Swift - Extracts (c. 1750-1800)
  • Literary relics: containing original letters from King Charles II., King James II., the Queen of Bohemia, Swift, Berkeley, Addison, Steele, Congreve, the Duke of Ormond, and Bishop Rundle. To which is prefixed, an inquiry into the life of Dean Swift (external scan)

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