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William Melmoth (sometimes "William Melmoth the Elder") (1665/66–1743) was an English devotional writer and lawyer, whose major work, The Great Importance of a Religious Life Consider'd (1711), proved to be one of the most popular pieces of religious writing of the 18th century. He was the father of William Melmoth (1710–1799), a Commissioner of Bankrupts.

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Uniform title: Epistolae ad familiares. English
by Cicero, Marcus Tullius
London : Printed for R. Dodsley, 1753
 
 
Uniform title: Correspondence. English
by Pliny, the Younger
Boston : E. Larkin, 1809
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Uniform title: Epistolae ad familiares. English
by Cicero, Marcus Tullius
London : Printed for Lackington, Allen and Co. Vernor and Hood, Cadell and Davies, Darton and Harvey, J. Walker, R. Lea, I. Nunn, T. Hurst, W. Otridge and Son, Ogilvy and Son, and W.J. and J. Richardson, 1799
 
 
Uniform title: Correspondence. English
by Pliny, the Younger
London : Printed for R. Dodsley, and sold by W. Thurlbourn in Cambridge, 1747
 
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