Young, Edna Hill. : Motokinesthetic speech therapy approach to articulation / by Merry M. Meek.
Young, Edward, 1641 or 1642-1705. : Reason and revelation stated : upon reading of two famous sermons, entitled, The wisdom of believing, printed in 1703. by E. Young, Fellow of Winchester-College, and Dean of Sarum. By the same hand that wrote the packet of letters to Dr. Waterland. To which is added, a true copy of Dr. Waterland's several letters by him sent in answer to the packet of letters wrote to him by W. S. and the Printing whereof was at first forbidden by the Doctor, who now consents to the Publication of them.
Young, Edward, 1643-1705. : The excellency of human understanding : An Argument That the regular Use of Reason is not contrary to the Veneration due to Holy Scripture, but absolutely necessary to produce true Faith. In Answer to the pretended Censure of the Remarks upon Mr. Young's two Discourses.
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. : Three letters concerning systematic taste : exemplified, in the Centaur not fabulous: Laicus's letter of June 7th, 1755. London Evening-Post. And the Bishop of London's second volume of discourses.
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. : Remarks critical and political, upon a late poem, intitled, The instalment : inscribed to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter. By E. Young, LL.D. In which the spirit and judgement of that author are particularly examin'd.
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. -- Parodies, imitations, etc. : Post-Office intelligence: or, universal gallantry. Being, a collection of love-letters, written by persons, in all stations, from most parts of the Kingdom. Faithfully published from their Originals, returned into the General-Post-Office in Lombard-Street, the Parties to whom they were directed being either Dead, or removed from their usual Places of Abode. With rational remarks upon Mr. Pope's letters, and some of his former and late productions.
Young, Edward, 1683-1765. -- Early works to 1800. : An account of the two brothers, Perseus and Demetrius : the sons of Philip King of Macedon. Collected from the Grecian History. written by the author of Busiris, The revenge, Tragedies. And The Universal Passion, Satires, &c.