Earle, John, 1600/1-1665. : The world display'd: or, several essays [electronic resource] : consisting of the various characters and passions of its principal inhabitants. Viz. 1 The Young Man. 2 The Stay'd Man. 3 The Good old Man. 4 The Modest Man. 5 The Bold Man. 6 The Complaisant Man. 7 The Rich Man. 8 The Poor Man. 9 The Self-conceited Man. 10 The Suspicious Man. 11 The Reserved Man. 12 The Contemplative Man. 13 The ordinary Honest Man. 14 The Lascivious Man. 15 The Prophane Man. 16 The World's Wise Man 17 The Proud Man. 18 The Meddling Man. 19 The Weak Man. 20 The Affected Man. 21 The meer Great Man. 22 The plain Country Man. 23 The precise Female Hypocrite. 24 Characters of an Attorney. A raw young Preacher. An Alderman. An Upstart Knight. A Sceptic. A Coward. A Detractor. An Antiquary. A Surgeon. A Gallant, or Petit-Maitre. A Flatterer. A Drunkard. A Meer Citizen. A Church Papist. A Grave Divine. A University Dunn, and a Handsome Bar-keeper. With many Others. .
Earle, John, 1749-1818. : Remarks on the prefaces prefixed to the first and second volume of a work entitled The Holy Bible, OR The Books Accounted Sacred BY Jews And Christians; faithfully translated, &c. &c. by the Rev. Alexander Geddes, LL.D. in four letters addressed to him, by the Rev. John Earle [electronic resource].