argumentum ad baculinum - argue with a stick - use of threats to win an argument.
argumentum ad captandum - argue with the herd - appeals to the crowd to win an argument.
argumentum ad crumenam - argue with a purse - asserting that the speaker's wealth makes them right.
argumentum ad ignorantiam - argue with ignorance - since we don't know something is false, it must be true (e.g. UFOs).
argumentum ad lazarum - argue with poverty - asserting that the speaker's poverty makes them right.
Eighteenth-century critics, unconstrained by libel laws, could be savage in their ad hominem attacks.A Book for Today: Samuel Johnson by Jeffrey Meyers