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"Mikysco, Bartholdus." "The spanish-Austrian league:" 1.0 1
"Miller, John," "The evidence, (as taken down in court) in the trial wherein the Rt. Hon. John, Earl of Sandwich, was plaintiff, and J. Miller, defendant, before William, Lord Mansfield, And a Special Jury, in the Court of King's Bench, July 8, 1773." 1.0 1
"Whiston, Thomas." "A sermon preached at Wisbech, Sunday, March 11. 1743." 1.0 1
"Whiston, Thomas." "The important doctrines of original sin," 1.0 1
"Highmore, Joseph," "Observations on a pamphlet, entitled, \"christianity not founded on argument.\" By a Christian freethinker, Who apprehends that Infidels cannot be effectually answered, on any Principles less general, than those which he has adopted. The only apology he can make for publishing (at this distance of time) animadversions on a pamphlet printed so long since, is, that he has just now (and never before) perused it with that design." 1.0 1
"Member of the Hon. Artillery-Company." "The necessity of a well-regulated and able-bodied nightly-watch, for the preservation of the honourable city of London;" 1.0 1
"Brough, Anthony." "A view of the importance of the trade between Great Britain and Russia. By Anthony Brough." 1.0 1
"Officer who was in the engagement." "A full and impartial relation of the battle fought on the 13th of August, 1704. n.s." 1.0 1
"Mandeville, John," "The travels and voyages of Sir John Mandevile, Knt. containing an exact description of the way to Hierusalem, great Caan, India, the country of Preston-John, and many other eastern countries: With an Account of many strange Monsters, and whatever is Curious and Remarkable therein. Faithfully Collected from the Original Manuscript, and Illustrated with Variety of Pictures." 1.0 1
"Morton, Thomas," "A cure for the heart-ache;" 1.0 1
"Morton, Thomas," "Speed the plough:" 1.0 3
"Morton, Thomas," "Secrets worth knowing;" 1.0 2
"Simms, Henry," "Hanging no dishonour." 1.0 1
"Porteous, John," "The trial of Capt. John Porteous," 1.0 1
"Porteous, John," "The genuine tryal of Capt. John Porteous," 1.0 1
"Hawney, William," "The complete measurer:" 1.0 1
"Lorimer, John," "A concise essay on magnetism;" 1.0 1
"Hurd, Richard," "Remarks on a late book, entitled, An enquiry into the rejection of the christian miracles by the heathens." 1.0 1
"Hurd, Richard," "The opinion of an eminent lawyer, concerning the right of appeal from the Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge, to the Senate;" 1.0 1
"Hurd, Richard," "Letters on chivalry and romance." 1.0 1
"Smith, Edmund," "The works of Mr. Edmund Smith," 11.0 2
"Forster, John," "Poems, chiefly on religious subjects." 1.0 2
"Lillo, George," "The christian hero:" 1.0 1
"Lillo, George," "The london merchant:" 2.0 2
"Lillo, George," "Fatal curiosity:" 1.0 1
"Lillo, George," "Silvia; or, the country burial. An opera." 1.0 1
"Blow, John," "The pleasant musical companion;" 1.0 1
"Squintum, George." "A letter of expostulation from the manager of the theatre in Tottenham-Court," 1.0 1
"Poulter, E." "Address and report on the enquiry into the general state of the poor." 1.0 1
"Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper," "Ten letters written by the right honourable Athy Aly Cwper, Earl of Ssby, to a student at the university on his design of entering holy orders." 1.0 1
"Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper," "An essay on painting:" 1.0 1
"Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper," "Delenda est Carthago," 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "The argument from prophesy," 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "A defence of the Protestant Dissenters;" 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "The case of the acts against the Protestant Dissenters," 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "An argument to prove the unity and perfections of God a priori." 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "Remarks on Dr. Sherlock's answer to the Lord Bishop of Bangor's late book, &c." 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "Considerations on Mr. Foster's Discourse on the Jewish theocracy." 1.0 1
"Lowman, Moses," "The principles of an occasional conformist," 1.0 1
"True Briton." "A letter to the liverymen of the city of London." 1.0 1
"True Briton." "Remarks on Bp Burnet's History of his own time." 1.0 1
"Holland, Richard," "Miscellaneous reflections on the small pox:" 1.0 1
"Whitewood, Thomas," "A letter to the Rev. Mr. Samuel Pike, occasioned by his very unfair and partial publication of one to the author, without any notice of his reply to the same; with Some Remarks on his Four Sermons on the Nature and Evidence of Saving-Faith. By T. Whitewood." 1.0 1
"Ingram, Robert Acklom," "A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. James, Colchester," 1.0 1
"Ingram, Robert Acklom," "A sermon preached in the parish church of St. James, Colchester," 1.0 1
"Ingram, Robert Acklom," "The necessity of introducing divinity into the regular course of academical studies considered:" 1.0 1
"Ingram, Robert Acklom," "Parochial beneficence inculcated in a sermon preached in the parish church of Boxted, in the county of Essex," 1.0 1
"Wilmot," "Bibliotheca Delauneana, & Glynniana: or, a catalogue of very curious books, in most faculties and languages, and by the most celebrated printers:" 1.0 1
"Girvin, John," "The impolicy of prohibiting the exportation of rock salt from England to Scotland," 1.0 1
"Franey, Laurence." "The detractors convicted;" 1.0 1
"Foppa, Giuseppe," "Il principe Spazzacamino, a comic opera, in one act. The music by Sig. Marco Portogallo. The Scene Lies in the House of the Prince of Montalbore. Performed at the King's Theatre, in the Hay-Market." 1.0 1
"La Fontaine, Jean de," "Tales and novels in verse." 28.0 2
"J. B.," "The decisive question, &c. concerning eternal reprobation: wherein both sides of the question are impartially consider'd: and the different consequences arising from either side observ'd and remark'd. By J. B. grocer in Canterbury." 1.0 1
"J. B.," "A moral discourse on the attributes of God: or, a short review of the Christian religion, on the principles of reason. By a layman. Occasioned by a small book, intitled An essay on spirit. Which was published about two Years ago, by a certain Right Reverend Prelate, in a neighbouring Kingdom." 1.0 1
"Nicholls, John," "The speech of John Nicholls, Esq. in the House of Commons, Wednesday, January 3, 1798," 1.0 1
"Nicholls, John," "Observations on the situation of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales." 1.0 1
"Nicholls, John," "Observations on the situation of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "The religious improvement of publick events:" 1.0 2
"Watts, Isaac," "Philosophical essays on various subjects;" 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Sermons on various subjects," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "A faithful enquiry after the ancient and original doctrine of the trinity," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Dissertations relating to the Christian doctrine of the Trinity." 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "A lyrick poem." 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Dissertations relating to the Christian doctrine of the Trinity," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Humility represented in the character of St. Paul." 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Divine and moral songs," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Dr. Watts's historical catechisms," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Useful and important questions concerning Jesus the son of God freely proposed:" 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Divine songs attempted in easy language for," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "A caveat against infidelity:" 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "The watchful Christian prepared for early death. A sermon on occasion of the decease of Mrs. Sarah Abney, daughter of the late Sir Thomas Abney, Knt. And Alderman of London. Preached at Theobalds in Hertfordshire, April 2. 1732. By I. Watts, D.D." 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Divine songs" 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "Divine songs," 1.0 1
"Watts, Isaac," "The second sett of catechisms and prayers:" 2.0 2
"Tomkins, Martin," "The case of Mr. Martin Tomkins." 1.0 1
"Tomkins, Martin," "A calm enquiry," 1.0 1
"Tomkins, Martin," "Jesus Christ the mediator between God and men;" 1.0 1
"Late Member." "Necessary reflections on the rights and duties of an English Parliament." 1.0 1
"Kirby, John," "A sketch of the life of that notorious house-breaker, horse-stealer, and highway robber, John Kirby; who was convicted, at the Old Castle, Canterbury, on Tuesday the 13th of January, 1789, for stealing four geese, And sentenced to be Transported for Seven Years. Together with An authentic and circumstantial Account of every Robbery he hath committed, from the Year 1789 to the present Time, as related by himself, And attested as True, before two respectable Witnesses." 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "The purse;" 1.0 3
"Cross, J. C." "Parnassian trifles. Being a collection of elegiac, pastoral, nautic, and lyric poetry. By J. Cross, Author of the Dialogue of the Divertisement, &c." 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "The raft;" 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "Airs, duets, and chorusses; in a new pantomine called Harlequin and Quixotte; or the magic arm. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The music by Mr Reeve." 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "British fortitude," 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "Prospectus;" 1.0 1
"Cross, J. C." "Airs," 1.0 2
"Cross, J. C." "The insolvent debtor: a simple pathetic tale, founded on facts. To which is added, a small collection of miscellaneous poetry. By J.C. Cross, Author of the Dialogue of the Divertisement, Parnassian Trifles, &c. &c. &c." 1.0 1
"Wagstaffe, Thomas," "The necessity of an alteration:" 1.0 1
"Pott, Joseph Holden," "Poems by Mr. Joseph Holden Pott, Of St. John's College, Cambridge." 1.0 1
"Le Neve, John," "The lives and characters of the most illustrious persons British and Foreign." 1.0 1
"Gorgy, Jean-Claude," "Sentimental tablets of the good Pamphile," 1.0 1
"Scott, Anne," "The case of Anne and Isaac Scott," 1.0 1
"Suter, A." "An humble attempt to defend the Bible against the aspersions of Mr Paine," 1.0 1
"Gee," "An impartial enquiry into the importance and present state of the woollen manufactories of Great-Britain:" 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "The provok'd husband;" 13.0 2
"Cibber, Colley," "The refusal; or, the ladies philosophy:" 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "A letter from Mr. Cibber," 1.0 2
"Cibber, Colley," "Verses to the memory of Mr. Pelham," 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "Damon and Phillida." 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "A letter from Mr. Cibber, to Mr. Pope," 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "The refusal;" 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "Papal tyranny in the reign of King John." 1.0 2
"Cibber, Colley," "The comedy call'd The non-juror." 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "The rival fools." 1.0 1
"Cibber, Colley," "Love makes a man:" 1.0 1
"Plumptre, James," "An appendix to observations on Hamlet; being an attempt to prove that Shakspeare designed that tragedy as an indirect censure on Mary Queen of Scots. Containing I Some Observations on Dramas, which professedly allude to the Occurrences and Characters of the times in which they were written, and an Answer to Objections brought against the Hypothesis. II. Some farther Arguments in support of it. And III. An Answer to the Objections brought against Dr. Warburton's Hypothesis respecting an Allusion to Mary Queen or Scots in the celebrated Passage in the Midsummer Night's Dream. By James Plumptre, M.A." 1.0 1
"Weddell," "The city farce:" 1.0 2
"Short, Bob." "Hoyle abridged," 1.0 1
"Short, Bob." "Hoyle abridged:" 1.0 1
"Medley, Thomas," "The shandymonian:" 1.0 1
"Some, David." "The methods to be taken by ministers for the revival of religion consider'd," 1.0 1
"Some, David." "A sermon occasioned by the death of the reverend Mr. Thomas Saunders:" 1.0 1
"Feuquières, Antoine de Pas," "Mareschal Tallard's aid-de-camp:" 1.0 1
"Feuquières, Antoine de Pas," "Mareschal Tallard's aid-de-camp: his account of the battle of Bleinheim." 1.0 1
"Kane, Richard," "Campaigns of King William and the Duke of Marlborough;" 1.0 1
"Real lover of liberty." "Some hints for the better promoting the due execution of the laws in this kingdom, and for putting a speedy stop to the many outrages and violences which have been so frequent of late, and are encreasing every day. and For improving at the same Time considerably by these Means, one of the most ancient Branches of the Revenue, for the Benefit of the Publick. By a real lover of liberty, and the author of The case fairly stated." 1.0 1
"Tooley, Jeremy," "The tryals of Jeremy Tooley, William Arch, and John Clauson, three private soldiers. For the murder of Mr. John Dent, constable," 1.0 1
"Streeter, F." "Hampton Court: a descriptive poem." 1.0 1
"Wyatt, John." "A comparative review of the opinions of Mr. James Boaden, (editor of the Oracle) in February, March and April, 1795; and of James Boaden, Esq. (author of Fontainville Forest, and of a Letter to George Steevens, Esq.) In February, 1796, relative to the Shakspeare Mss. By a friend to consistency." 1.0 1
"Forster, Nicholas," "Unanimity in the present time of danger recommended." 1.0 1
"Taylor, John," "A narrative of Mr. Joseph Rawson's case:" 1.0 1
"Taylor, John," "The old, old, very old man; or, the age and long life of Thomas Parr," 1.0 1
"Taylor, John," "Monsieur Tonson," 1.0 1
"Taylor, John," "The sentiments of the professors of physick," 1.0 1
"Smith, Gyles." "Serious reflections on the dangerous tendency of the common practice of card-playing; especially of the game of All-Fours, as it hath been publickly play'd at Oxford, in this present year of Our Lord, MDCC.LIV. In a letter from Mr. Gyles Smith, to his fried Abraham Nixon, Esq of the Inner Temple." 1.0 1
"Smith, Gyles." "Serious reflections on the dangerous tendency of the common practice of card-playing; especially of the game of All-Fours, as it hath been publickly play'd at Oxford, in this present year of Our Lord, MDCCLIV. in a letter from Mr. Gyles Smith, to his friend Abraham Nixon, Esq of the Inner Temple." 1.0 1
"Naz." "The cobler's politics: a country dialogue, on the present times." 1.0 1
"Romaine, William," "The blessedness of living and dying in the Lord." 1.0 5
"Romaine, William," "The parable of the dry bones interpreted in a sermon" 1.0 1
"Romaine, William," "The sure Foundation." 1.0 1
"Romaine, William," "An alarm to a careless world." 1.0 3
"Romaine, William," "A full answer to a fallacious apology artfully circulated through the kingdom," 1.0 1
"Romaine, William," "Jepthah's vow fulfilled," 1.0 1
"Dilworth, Thomas," "An advocate for the ladies, concerning the sacred state of matrimony: in answer to a late, but scandalous pamphlet, intitled, The folly, sin, and danger, of marrying widows and old women in general, demonstrated; and earnestly addressed to the Batchelors of Great Britain, by a true penitent. By one Dilworth of Wapping, widower." 1.0 1
"Wright, James," "Observations upon the important object of preserving wheat and other grain from vermin," 1.0 1
"Burch, Thomas." "The free grace of God displayed, in the salvation of men." 1.0 1
"Burch, Thomas." "Remarks on Mr. Allen's notion of the Man-Jesus," 1.0 1
"Corry, John," "The gardener's daughter of Worcester;" 1.0 1
"Place," "An hypothetical notion of the plague;" 1.0 1
"Simmons, Thomas," "The king's safety the Church's triumph." 1.0 1
"Gaya, Louis de." "Marriage ceremonies, as now used in all parts of the world." 1.0 1
"Gaya, Louis de." "Matrimonial ceremonies display'd:" 21.0 3
"Touch, P." "A thanksgiving sermon, preached at St. Lucia, the Sunday after the hurricane in October, 1780," 1.0 1
"Kilner, Dorothy," "The holiday present," 1.0 1
"Kilner, Dorothy," "Dialogues and letters on morality, œconomy, and politeness," 1.0 1
"Newton, Isaac," "Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology," 1.0 1
"Wedderburn, R." "Truth, self-supported: or, a refutation of certain doctrinal errors, generally adopted in the Christian church," 1.0 1
"M'Mahon, Thomas O'Brien." "The candor and good-nature of Englishmen exemplified," 1.0 1
"T. G." "The flowers of Parnassus:" 1.0 1
"T. G." "An appeal to the Scriptures, concerning the assurance of faith:" 1.0 1
"Plumb, Tom." "The antagonists of Peter Pindar cut into atoms, in a furious epistle to Peter Pindar, Esquire. By Tom Plumb." 1.0 1
"My friend, a physician." "Poison detected: or frightful truths; and alarming to the British metropolis. In a treatise on bread; and the abuses practised in making that food, as occasioning the decrease and degeneracy of the people; destroying infants; and producing innumerable diseases. Shewing also, The virtues of Good Bread, and the manner of making it. To which is added, a Charge to the confederacy of bakers, corn-dealers, farmers, and millers; concerning short weight, adulterations, and artificial scarcities; with easy methods to prevent all such abuses. By my friend, a physician." 1.0 1
"Roman, Edward." "The gentleman's and builder's director:" 1.0 1
"Bradford, Samuel," "The reasonableness of standing fast in English and in Christian liberty." 1.0 2
"Connak, Richard." "An account of the Princes of Wales, from the first institution till Prince Henry, eldest son to King James I." 1.0 1
"Whalley, Peter," "A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy," 1.0 1
"Hawtrey, Charles," "Various opinions of the philosophical reformers considered; particularly Pain's Rights of man. By Charles Hawtrey. M. A. Vicar of Bampton, Oxfordshire." 1.0 1
"Douglas, James," "Myographiæ comparatæ specimen:" 1.0 1
"Ashton, Thomas," "A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy," 1.0 1
"Lady of Fashion." "A descriptive plan of the new opera house," 1.0 1
"Roberts, John," "The deluge:" 1.0 1
"Roberts, John," "The belloniad," 1.0 1
"Fry, Richard," "No shame in suffering for truth." 1.0 1
"Spinke, John." "Quackery unmask'd:" 3.0 2
"Spinke, John." "Venus's botcher:" 1.0 1
"Beawes, Wyndham." "The universal negotiator," 1.0 1
"Coote, Robert." "The compleat marksman:" 2.0 2
"Nixon, John," "Merlin. A poem." 1.0 1
"Nixon, John," "A sermon preach'd in the Parish-Church of All-Saints in Northampton," 1.0 1
"Palmer, W.," "The new and complete English spouter;" 1.0 1
"Chicoyneau, François," "A succinct account of the plague at Marseilles," 1.0 1
"Moore, John," "A calm defence of the deity of Jesus Christ." 1.0 1
"Moore, John," "The calm defence of the deity of Jesus Christ," 1.0 1
"Davies, Joseph." "A scheme for payment of the sum of 49,301,855l. 6s. 1d. 1/2 being the national debt of Great-Britain, as it stood the 31st of Dec. 1730, in a few years, without making any additional tax on the subject. Which, If Enacted into a Law, will be of infinite Service to the Merchants Trading to the West-Indies; infallibly secure our Possessions of Gibralter and the Island of Minorca; totally abolish Smuggling; and be of singular Advantage to the Woollen Manufactury." 1.0 1
"Young, David," "Observations upon fire," 1.0 1
"Columbario, Christopher." "The pigeon-Pye," 1.0 1
"Thurlow, Edward Thurlow," "A refutation of the letter to an Honble. Brigadier-General," 1.0 2
"Merchant." "The importance of the island of Minorca and harbour of Port-Mahon," 1.0 1
"Merchant." "The way to be wise and wealthy; recommended to all." 1.0 1
"Merchant." "An essay on the improvement of the woollen manufacture," 1.0 1
"Merchant." "Consolatory thoughts on American independence;" 1.0 1
"Eubulus," "Eubulus Oxoniensis discipulis suis." 1.0 1
"Eubulus," "A letter to the Free-Thinker;" 1.0 1
"Lee, John," "The country wife," 22.0 2
"Viator, John." "Reply to remarks on a late pamphlet, entitled A vindication of Governor Parr and his Council, &c. By J. Viator, Esq." 1.0 1
"Price, William," "Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Barnard's Discourse on baptism," 1.0 1
"Beveridge, William," "A sermon concerning the excellency and usefulness of the Common Prayer." 1.0 1
"Beveridge, William," "Submission to governours. Or, the doctrine of St. Peter." 1.0 1
"Beveridge, William," "A choice and celect [sic] collection of sermons," 1.0 1
"Hodson, J." "Nature's assistant to the restoration of health" 1.0 1
"Hodson, J." "Nature's assistant to the restoration of health;" 1.0 2
"Hodson, J." "Nature's assistant to the restoration of health." 1.0 2
"Gill, John," "The duty of a pastor to his people, represented in a discourse preached at the ordination of the Reverend George Braithwaite, M.A., March the twenty eighth, 1734. At the meeting house near Devonshire-Square. Publish'd at the request of several ministers. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A sermon occasioned by the death of Benjamin Seward," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrine of the saints final perseverance, asserted and vindicated: in answer to a late pamphlet, called, Serious thoughts, on that subject. By John Gill, D.D." 1.0 2
"Gill, John," "A reply to A defence of the divine right of infant-baptism," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrine of the trinity, stated and vindicated. Being the substance of several discourses on that important subject; reduc'd into the form of a treatise. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The necessity of good works unto salvation considered:" 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The glorious state of the saints in heaven." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Anne Brine," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A dissertation concerning the baptism of Jewish proselytes: In which are Shewn, Who they are of the Proselytes of the Jews, said to be baptized; what the occasion of this Dissertation concerning the Baptism of them; what proof there is of any such custom among the Jews, before, at, or near the times of John the Baptist, Christ and his Apostles, or any age after, before the Third and Fourth Centuries of the Christian aera; that the only proof of such a practice is from the Jewish Talmuds and Talmudic Authors; and that therefore Christian Baptism cannot be taken from, and founded upon, Proselyte-Baptism among the Jews. By John Gill, D.D. This Dissertation was first published at the end of the body of practical divinity; and is now re-published, seperately, at the desire of some, for the sake of such who may not choose to purchase the larger work." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "Infant-Baptism," 1.0 2
"Gill, John," "Two discourses;" 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A sermon occasioned by the death of Elizabeth Gill," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The mutual duty of pastor and people, represented in two discourses preached at the ordination of the reverend George Braithwaite, M. A. March the Twenty Eighth, 1734. at the meeting-house, near Devonshire-Square. Publish'd at the request of several ministers, by John Gill and Samuel Wilson." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A discourse on prayer, from I Corinthians xiv. 15. preached December 25, 1732. To a society of young men, who carry on an exercise of prayer on Lord's Day mornings, at a meeting-house on Horsly-Down, Southwark. And now published at their Request; with a Preface relating to some Calumnies cast upon the Author. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A discourse on singing of psalms as a part of divine worship, from I. Corinthians xiv. 15. Preached the 25th of December, 1733. To a society of young men, who carry on an exercise of prayer on Lord's-Day mornings, at a Meeting-House on Horsly-Down, Southwark. Published at their Request. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "An answer to the Birmingham dialogue writer's second part, upon the following subjects: the divinity of Christ. Election. Original Sin. Free-Grace. Free-Will. Imputed Righteousness. Perseverance: and, baptism. To which is added, a postscript, occasioned by Mr. Henry Heywood's introduction to his translatio of Dr. Whitby's treatise of original sin. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The moral nature and fitness of things considered. Occasioned by some passages in the Reverend Mr. Samuel Chandler's sermon, lately preached to the Societies for the Reformation of Manners. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrine of justification, by the righteousness of Christ, stated and maintained," 7.0 2
"Gill, John," "A sermon occasioned by the death of the Revd. Mr. Samuel Wilson," 2.0 3
"Gill, John," "An essay on the original of funeral sermons," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The dissenters' reasons for separating from the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrines of God's everlasting love to his elect, and their eternal union with Christ:" 41.0 4
"Gill, John," "Faith in God and his word," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "A sermon occasioned by the death of Mr. Edward Ludlow," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrine of grace clear'd from the charge of licentiousness. A sermon preach'd to the society which support the Wednesday's evening lecture. In Great Eastcheap, on December the 28th, 1737. Published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "Truth defended: being an answer to an anonymous pamphlet, intitled, Some doctrines in the superlapsarian scheme impartially examined by the word of God. By John Gill." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The quiet and easy passage of Christ's purchased people through death to glory." 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The argument from apostolic tradition," 1.0 1
"Gill, John," "The doctrine of the resurrection, stated and defended; in two sermons, preached at a lecture in Lime-Street, and published at request. By John Gill, D.D." 1.0 1
"Williams, Zachariah," "The mariners compass compleated: or, the expert seaman's best guide. In two parts. Containing ample specimens of the general table of the magnetical variations (or deviations) of the magnetick needle at places, Ports and Harbours, whose true Latitude and Longitude from the Meridian of London, are certainly known. By Z. Williams. Part I." 1.0 1
"Williams, Zachariah," "The mariners compass compleated: part the second. Or the expert seaman's best guide. Containing ample specimens of the general table of the magnetical variations (or deviations) of the magnetick needle at places, Ports and Harbours, whose true Latitude and Longitude from the Meridian of London, are certainly known. By Z. Williams." 1.0 1
"Harding, Nathanael." "A sermon preach'd at Plymouth to an assembly of protestant dissenters," 1.0 1
"Brocklesby, Richard," "An essay concerning the mortality," 1.0 1
"Partington, John," "Our duty and interest inseparable." 1.0 1
"Symons, William." "An essay on weighing of gold, &c." 1.0 1
"J. C.," "Schism try'd and condemn'd" 1.0 2
"J. C.," "The mother's catechism," 1.0 1
"Oraculous Ship." "A court intrigue :" 1.0 1
"Bate, Thomas," "An explication of the church-catechism," 1.0 1
"Olivers, Thomas," "A scourge to calumny," 1.0 1
"Olivers, Thomas," "A rod for a reviler:" 1.0 1
"Olivers, Thomas," "A descriptive and plaintive elegy, on the death of the late Reverend John Wesley: by Thomas Olivers." 1.0 1
"Member." "A vindication of the conduct of a certain eminent patriot:" 1.0 1
"Charteris, Francis," "The tryal of Colonel Francis Chartres," 1.0 1
"Jones, Jonathan," "Instructions to the Right Rev. Richard Ld. Bishop of St. Davids," 1.0 1
"Service, John Paterson." "Recreation for youth:" 1.0 1
"W. W." "Reflections on the vicissitudes of time. In a letter from a brother to his sister." 1.0 1
"W. W." "The eclipse, a poem," 1.0 1
"Fawcett, Richard," "The behaviour of the apostles Paul and Barnabas," 1.0 1
"Clifford, Samuel," "Sin the cause of God's displeasure against a people." 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The pilgrim's progress, from this world to that which is to come. Abridged by John Wesley, M. A. ate Fellow of Lincoln College Oxford." 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The political sentiments of John Bunyan:" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "A race for eternal life:" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "A race for eternal life;" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The holy war made by Shaddai upon Diabolus;" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The heavenly footman:" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The work of Jesus Christ," 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The holy war," 9.0 2
"Bunyan, John," "The jerusalem-Sinner saved:" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "The acceptable sacrifice:" 1.0 1
"Bunyan, John," "A discourse upon the Pharisee and publican." 1.0 1
"Hill, Noah," "The watchman's report and advice. A sermon preached February 25, 1795. The day appointed for a general fast, in Old Gravel Lane, St George in the East. By N. Hill." 1.0 1
"Hill, Noah," "An old disciple." 1.0 1
"Hill, Noah," "The death of Samuel," 1.0 1
"Theocritus." "The idylliums" 1.0 1
"Author of The practical scheme." "The great bill of mortality:" 1.0 1
"D. P." "A letter from a clergyman in the country to his friend in London." 1.0 1
"D. P." "The conjugal lovers. Most humbly dedicated to their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales." 1.0 1
"Aveymore, John." "Temptation's triumph: or, the fall of Probus. A poem. By John Aveymore." 1.0 1
"Christian Philosopher." "Remarks on a book entitled Deism fairly stated," 1.0 1
"Johnson, Anthony." "An historical account of the several English translations of the Bible," 1.0 1
"T. R." "Remarks on the barrier-treaty vindicated." 1.0 1
"T. R." "The gentleman's auditor:" 1.0 1
"T. R." "Presbytery the pest of society;" 1.0 1
"Country curate," "Directions to all masters and mistresses of families," 1.0 1
"Otway, Thomas," "The history and fall of Caius Marius." 1.0 1
"Newhaven, William Mayne," "A short address to the public;" 1.0 1
"Davys, John," "An essay on the art of decyphering. In which is inserted a discourse of Dr. Wallis. Now first publish'd from his original manuscript in the publick library at Oxford. By John Davys, M. A. Rector of Castle-Ashby in Northamptonshire." 1.0 1
"Davys, John," "An explanation and vindication of the rubricks before the new office for the eleventh day of June." 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "Shakspeare's King John, a historical tragedy, revised by J. P. Kemble. And now first published as it is acted by Their Majesties servants of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. November 15, 1800." 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "Hamlet," 6.0 2
"Shakespeare, William," "Othello," 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "The life of Henry Viii." 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "The beauties of Shakspeare; selected from his works. To which are added, the principal scenes in the same author." 14.0 2
"Shakespeare, William," "Macbeth," 1.0 2
"Shakespeare, William," "Measure for measure." 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "A collection of poems," 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "The life and death of Richard III." 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "Shakspeare's [sic] Hamlet," 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "Romeo and Juliet," 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "King Lear," 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "The merry wives of Windsor;" 1.0 1
"Shakespeare, William," "Romeo and Juliet." 1.0 1
"Boggio, Giandomenico." "Teodolinda, a new serious opera, in two acts, as performed at the King's Theatre in the Haymarket. The music by several eminent composers, Under the Direction of Signor Federici." 1.0 1
"Dawbarn, Elizabeth." "The eternal existence of the Son of God, shewn to be a doctrine of scripture, in a short exposition of the eighth chapter of Proverbs. By Mrs. Dawbarn." 1.0 1
"Dawbarn, Elizabeth." "A dialogue between Clara Neville and Louisa Mills, on loyalty, &c. Recommended to the attention of every female in Great Britain. By one of their countrywomen." 1.0 1
"Jeary, Orlando Augustus," "A dialogue between Mr. Fearing and Mr. Consolation;" 1.0 1
"Maxwell, John," "The reflection. A poem." 1.0 1
"Gibson, James," "A journal of the late siege by the troops from North America," 1.0 1
"Author of The family companion for health." "An enquiry into the causes of the present epidemical diseases," 1.0 1
"Ford, William," "A sermon, occasioned by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Ford," 1.0 1
"Ford, William," "A sermon preached by the Reverend Mr. William Ford," 1.0 1
"Tyers, Thomas," "An historical rhapsody on Mr. Pope." 1.0 1
"Tyers, Thomas," "Political conferences between several great men," 1.0 1
"Le Grice, C. V." "Analysis of Paley's Principles of moral and political philosophy." 1.0 1
"Broeck, Adrian van." "The life and adventures of Capt. John Avery," 1.0 1
"Chamberlen, Paul." "A full answer to that scandalous libel," 1.0 1
"Cornish, Joseph," "A brief history of nonconformity, from the Reformation to the Revolution:" 1.0 1
"Officer of the Stamp-Duties." "Proposals to raise ten millions and five hundred thousand pounds a year, to which is added, a proposal publish'd in the year 1740, to raise four millions, at 3 per cent. Or, Five hundred and seventy thousand Pounds a Year, To pay off the Money borrowed on the Pot-Act, Soap, Candles, &c. Without any Additional Tax. By an officer of the Stamp-Duties." 1.0 1
"Oliveira, Francoisco Xavier de," "A pathetic discourse on the present calamities of Portugal." 1.0 1
"Massey, Edmund," "The signs of the times." 1.0 2
"Massey, Edmund," "A sermon against the dangerous and sinful practice of inoculation." 1.0 3
"Massey, Edmund," "A plain answer to Plain reasons for dissenting from the communion of the Church of England, for the use of the lay nonconformists in this kingdom. With an epistle to their teachers." 1.0 1
"Towers, John," "Elihu's reply: occasioned by the affectionate address of Mr. W. Mason, on Bible politics. By J. T." 1.0 1
"Ogilby, John," "The traveller's pocket-book:" 6.0 3
"Ogilby, John," "The traveller's pocket-book;" 13.0 2
"Arthur, Michael," "A compendious account of the controversy in the Associate Synod between the Rev. Adam Gib Minister in Edinburgh, and Michael Arthur Minister in Aberdeen, in Relation to The Commencement and Expiration of the Twelve Hundred and Sixty days of the Witnesses prophesying in sackcloth, or the Rise and Downfal of the Grand Antichrist;-The Protestant Reformation;-And the Breach in the Synod o casioned by a diversity of sentiments among Members about the religious part of the Burgess Oath; and the subsequent Censures inflicted upon the Burgher Ministers, particularly the Higher Excommunication." 1.0 1
"Kindon, Henry," "Certain new hypotheses," 1.0 1
"Shipley, William Davies," "The whole proceedings on the trial of the indictment, the King, on the prosecution of William Jones, gentleman," 1.0 1
"Plutarch." "A selection of the Lives of Plutarch abridged;" 1.0 1
"Pullen, John." "The original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company:" 1.0 1
"Pullen, John." "Memoirs of the maritime affairs of Great Britain," 1.0 1
"Townley, James," "A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy," 1.0 1
"Townley, James," "High life below stairs." 1.0 2
"Gaynam, J." "Cato's principles of self-preservation, and publick liberty; truly stated and fairly examined according to the law of nature, religion and government." 1.0 1
"Butt, George," "A sermon upon the general fast," 1.0 1
"Butt, George," "A sermon upon His Majesty's Proclamation," 1.0 1
"Butt, George," "For the benefit of the Worcester Infirmary." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "A review of the manufacturer's complaints against the wool grower. Part II." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "The compleat fisher: or, the true art of angling." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "The moral telescope; or an essay on the nature of moral action." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "The mistery of rhetoric unveil'd," 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "The curiosities of common water:" 1.0 2
"Smith, John," "The grasiers advocate:" 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "A review of the manufacturer's complaints against the wool grower. Part I. Wherein Of Pitch and Tar Marks, the Excess, the Injury, and their respective Remedies, are considered minutely." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "A supplement to the state of our wool and woollen trade reviewed, &c." 1.0 1
"Smith, John," "A vindication of the freedom of pastoral advice:" 1.0 1
"Gibbons, John," "The mourning saint among the willows:" 1.0 1
"Linning, Thomas," "Christ the light of the world. A sermon," 1.0 1
"Whimsical, Will." "Will Whimsical's Miscellany." 1.0 1
"Brissot de Warville, J.-P." "J. P. Brissot, Deputy of Eure and Loire, to his constituents, on the situation of the National Convention;" 1.0 2
"Blaine, Henry." "A voyage to Ramsgate for health: interspersed with reflections natural, moral, and divine. By Henry Blaine, Minister of the Gospel at Tring, Herts." 1.0 1
"More, Sarah," "The good mother's legacy." 11.0 2
"More, Sarah," "Sorrowful Sam," 1.0 1
"More, Sarah," "The Two Soldiers." 1.0 1
"Vignola," "Vignola revived;" 1.0 1
"Saunders, Thomas," "The blessedness of pious persons after death," 1.0 1
"North, George," "An answer to a scandalous libel, entitled, The impertinence and imposture of modern antiquaries display'd: or, a refutation of the Reverend Mr. Wise's letter to Dr. Mead, concerning the White Horse, and other Antiquities in Berkshire." 1.0 1
"Rawlet, John," "The christian monitor, containing an earnest exhortation to an holy life:" 19.0 3
"Rawlet, John," "The christian monitor," 1.0 1
"Campbell, Archibald," "An answer to a printed letter," 1.0 1
"Campbell, Archibald," "The case restated;" 1.0 1
"Campbell, Archibald," "A letter to the Most Reverend the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, concerning the validity of lay-baptism; and of the baptisms of those who never had episcopal baptism nor ordination." 1.0 1
"Campbell, Archibald," "The necessity of revelation: or an enquiry into the extent of human powers with respect to matters of religion; especially those two fundamental articles, the being of God, and the immortality of the soul. By Archibald Campbell, D. D. Regius Professor of Divinity and Ecclesiastical History in the University of St. Andrews." 1.0 1
"Philocalos." "The r-d. Mr. M-ke D-s's case submitted to the unprejudiced of all denominations, lay as well as clerical. Number I." 1.0 1
"Hallifax, James," "A sermon preached before the sons of the clergy," 1.0 1
"Hallifax, James," "A sermon preached in the Parish-Church of St. Bride," 1.0 1
"Lee, Arthur," "The political detection;" 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "An essay on the Christian name: its origin, import, obligation, and preference to all party-denominations. By B. Grosvenor." 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "Persecution and cruelty in the principles, practices, and spirit of the Romish Church. A sermon preached at Salters-Hall, April 10, 1735. By B. Grosvenor, D.D." 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "Observations on sudden death." 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "The moral obligation to the positive appointments in religion." 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "The mourner:" 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "A sermon on occasion of the death and funeral of John Deacle, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "The temper of Jesus towards His enemies," 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "God's good will to Great-Britain." 1.0 1
"Grosvenor, B." "Preparation for death, the best preservative against the plague." 1.0 1
"Holcroft, Thomas," "Elegies." 1.0 1
"Holcroft, Thomas," "A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster," 1.0 1
"Morris, Thomas," "Moral reflections on the works of the creation." 1.0 1
"Friend of the Lady Injured." "No fool like the old fool: or, A pertinent answer to an impertinent libel, call'd Chickens feed capons." 1.0 1
"Greenhill, Joseph," "A sermon on the millennium;" 1.0 1
"Greenhill, Joseph," "A sermon. Inoculation a presumptuous practice destructive to man." 1.0 1
"Steel, William," "Memorial shewing the reasonableness and necessity of an immediate application to the King and Parliament for augmenting the small stipends in Scotland. By William Steel of Waygateshaw, Minister at Dalserf." 1.0 1
"Gentleman in Scotland." "Considerations on the Douglas cause. In a letter from a gentleman in Scotland to his friend in London." 1.0 1
"Cecil, Richard," "A friendly visit to the house of mourning." 8.0 2
"Adams, William," "Thoughts on the anti-monarchical tendency of the measures of the British minister." 1.0 1
"Plaxton, John." "An exhortation to unanimity and concord," 1.0 1
"Culture." "Welton inclosure." 1.0 1
"Jodrell, Richard Paul," "Seeing is believing:" 1.0 1
"Danvers, Alicia." "Academia:" 15.0 2
"Grascome, Samuel," "Concordia discors: or, some animadversions upon a late treatise; entituled, An essay for Catholick communion. In a letter to a friend at Westminster, by a presbyter of the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Billingsley, John," "Holiness and righteousness the best return for national deliverances." 1.0 1
"Billingsley, John," "A brief discourse of schism." 1.0 1
"Forster, Josiah," "The people called Quakers defended, and the Baptists confuted, being a reply to Job Burt's pretended answer to R. B's 12th proposition, and to a book, intituled, A vindication of the doctrine of baptism, &c. To which is annex'd, An Appendix, in Answer to Oswald Edwards of Dublin his Attempt against the said Book, &c. In which Reply and Appendix, Their fallacious Reasoning is detected; their Erroneous and confused Notion of Spiritual Baptism obviated; their repeated Contradictions and Inconsistencies manifested; and the Doctrine of Baptism, as held by the People called Quakers, is farther inforced and vindicated. By Josiah Forster." 1.0 1
"Glover, Richard," "Admiral Hosier's ghost." 1.0 1
"Glover, Richard," "London:" 1.0 1
"Glover, Richard," "Boadicia." 1.0 1
"Comber, Thomas," "A discourse of duels," 1.0 1
"Dent, John," "Too civil by half," 1.0 1
"Dent, John," "The candidate;" 1.0 2
"Dent, John," "The receipt tax." 1.0 1
"Cother, E." "A serious proposal for promoting lawful and honourable marriage." 2.0 2
"Morland, George," "The letters of Georgicus, upon the iniquity of tythes, intended for the benefit of the English farmer, with additions." 1.0 1
"Mason, John," "An essay on elocution," 10.0 3
"Mason, John," "A letter to a friend upon his entrance on the ministerial office." 1.0 1
"Dove, John," "Remarks upon a pamphlet written by the Rev. Mr. Caleb Fleming," 1.0 1
"Dove, John," "A dissertation upon the supposed existence of a moral law of nature," 1.0 1
"Dove, John," "Remarks on the Reverend Mr. John Wesley's Sufficient answer to the author of the Letters on Theron and Aspasio." 1.0 1
"Reeve, Clara," "The old English baron:" 1.0 1
"Minister." "An earnest and affectionate address to the poor." 6.0 2
"Ford, John," "A brief enquiry, concerning the dignity of the ordinance of the Lord's supper;" 1.0 1
"Ford, John," "A serious address to men in business," 1.0 1
"Ford, John," "A brief enquiry concerning the dignity of the ordinance of the Lord's supper," 1.0 1
"Abendana, Isaac," "Discourses of the ecclesiastical and civil polity of the Jews." 1.0 1
"Mather, W." "The young man's companion:" 1.0 1
"Kennedy, James," "A new description of the pictures, statues, bustos, basso relievos, and other curiosities, in the Earl of Pembroke's house, at Wilton. In the Antiques of this Collection are contained the Whole of Cardinal Richelieu's, Cardinal Mazarine's, and the greatest Part of the Earl of Arundel's; besides several particular Pieces, purchased at different Times." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "A supplement to the sermon preached at Lincoln's-Inn," 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "The craftsmen:" 73.0 2
"Gordon, Thomas," "A supplement to the sermon preached at Lincoln's-Inn, on January 30. 1732. By a layman. Addressed to a very Important and most Solemn Churchman, Sollicitor-General for Causes Ecclesiastical." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "The conspirators;" 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "The conspirators," 1.0 2
"Gordon, Thomas," "A vindication of the Quakers:" 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "A discourse of standing armies;" 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "An apology for the danger of the church." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "A dedication to a great man, concerning dedications." 2.0 5
"Gordon, Thomas," "The conspirators; or, the case of Catiline," 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "An essay on government." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "A letter to the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "An examination of the facts and reasonings in the Lord Bishop of Chichester's sermon preached before the House of Lords on the 31st of January last." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "The conspirators, or, the case of Catiline. Part II." 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "Francis," 1.0 3
"Gordon, Thomas," "The conspirators; or, The case of Catiline," 1.0 2
"Gordon, Thomas," "An appeal to the unprejudiced," 1.0 2
"Gordon, Thomas," "A modest apology for Parson Alberoni," 1.0 9
"Gordon, Thomas," "Considerations offered upon the approaching peace," 1.0 3
"Gordon, Thomas," "A sermon preached before the Learned Society of Lincoln's-Inn, on January 30. 1732." 1.0 3
"Gordon, Thomas," "Francis, Lord Bacon:" 1.0 3
"Gordon, Thomas," "A supplement to three political letters to a noble lord," 1.0 1
"Gordon, Thomas," "Three political letters to a noble lord," 1.0 2
"Chambers, Amelia." "The ladies best companion;" 1.0 1
"Meldrum, John," "The care of providence over life," 1.0 1
"Peckard, Peter," "National crimes the cause of national punishments." 1.0 1
"Miles, Tho." "The concise practical measurer:" 1.0 1
"Tooley, Thomas." "Nomenclator Biblicus:" 1.0 1
"Whitby, Daniel," "Hē Logikē latreia or a sermon proving that reason is to be our guide in the choice of our religion;" 1.0 1
"Whitby, Daniel," "A true account and confutation of the doctrine of the Sabellians." 1.0 1
"Whitby, Daniel," "A discourse," 1.0 1
"Whitby, Daniel," "A dissuasive from enquiring into the doctrine of the Trinity:" 6.0 2
"Motteux, Peter Anthony," "Love's triumph. An opera." 1.0 1
"Motteux, Peter Anthony," "Camilla," 1.0 1
"Motteux, Peter Anthony," "Camilla." 1.0 1
"Motteux, Peter Anthony," "The island princess;" 1.0 1
"Gascoigne, John," "Captain Gascoigne's answer to a pamphlet entitled Admiral Mathews's remarks on the evidence given," 1.0 1
"Jackson, Lawrence," "A letter to a young lady," 1.0 1
"Jackson, Lawrence," "Remarks on Dr. Middleton's Examination of the Lord Bishop of London's discourses, concerning the use and intent of prophecy." 1.0 1
"Macgowan, John," "Death: a vision;" 1.0 1
"Macgowan, John," "The arians and Socinians monitor." 1.0 1
"Glass-house clerk." "The plate-Glass-Book," 14.0 2
"Burgess and Guild Brother of Edinburgh." "An examination of the principles and conduct of the town-council of Edinburgh," 1.0 1
"Fell, John," "A fourth letter to the Rev. Mr. Pickard, on genuine protestantism; being a full reply to the Rev. Mr. Toulmin's Defence of the dissenters new mode of subscription." 1.0 1
"Fell, John," "A sermon preached before the House of Peers," 1.0 1
"Fell, John," "Genuine Protestantism; or, the unalienable rights of conscience defended: in opposition to the late and new mode of subscription proposed by some dissenting ministers: in three letters to the Rev. Mr Pickard, Chairman of the Committee who conducted their late Application to Parliament. By John Fell." 1.0 1
"Member of the Whig Club." "Letter to Earl Fitzwilliam," 1.0 1
"Harris," "Harris's British ladies complete pocket memorandum book for the year 1792." 1.0 1
"Hart, Christian," "A letter from Mrs. Christian Hart, to Mrs. Margaret Caroline Rudd;" 1.0 1
"Kent, Samuel." "A dictionary of arms, British and foreign." 1.0 1
"Kent, Samuel." "The grammar of heraldry." 5.0 2
"B. R." "Remarks on Mr. Steele's Crisis, &c." 1.0 2
"Temple, Anthony," "Remarks on a late publication, intitled, \"A scriptural confutation of the arguments against the one godhead of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost," 1.0 1
"Temple, Anthony," "A sermon composed for the late fast-day, February 4, 1780." 1.0 1
"Temple, Anthony," "Remarks on a late publication, intitled, \"A scriptural confutation of the arguments against the one godhead of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost." 1.0 1
"Petyt, William," "Jus parliamentarium:" 1.0 1
"Yeoman of England." "A letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox," 1.0 1
"Holloway, Robert," "A letter to Sir John Fielding," 1.0 1
"Holloway, Robert," "The rat-Trap," 1.0 1
"Commissioned Officer on Board the Fleet." "The secret expedition impartially disclos'd:" 1.0 1
"Britanniae amicus." "An essay on Parliament," 1.0 1
"Ilive, Jacob," "The oration spoke at Joyners-Hall in Thamesstreet:" 1.0 1
"Ilive, Jacob," "Reasons offered for the reformation of the House of Correction in Clerkenwell:" 1.0 1
"Ilive, Jacob," "A scheme for the employment of all persons sent as disorderly to the house of correction in Clerkenwell:" 1.0 1
"Ilive, Jacob," "The oration spoke at Trinity-Hall in Aldersgate-Street:" 1.0 1
"Baratier, François," "An account of the life of John Philip Barretier," 1.0 1
"M'Neille, Daniel." "Dogmatism exposed, and sophistry detected:" 1.0 1
"Hickeringill, Edmund," "The survey of the earth," 1.0 1
"Weld, Catherine Elizabeth," "The proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury in a cause between the Hon. Mrs. Catherine Weld, Daughter to the Lord Aston; and Edward Weld, Esq; her husband." 1.0 1
"Weld, Catherine Elizabeth," "The whole of the proceedings in the Arches-Court of Canterbury," 1.0 4
"Deacon, Samuel," "An attempt to answer the important question, what must I do to be saved?" 1.0 1
"Friend to religion." "An address to the present stewards and preachers of the Methodist Society, York, on the impropriety and injustice of their recent conduct. By a friend to religion." 1.0 1
"Bent, William," "The london catalogue of books in all languages," 1.0 1
"Author of the Lay-man's Vindication." "Mr. De La Pillonniere's vindication:" 1.0 1
"Walker, A." "Analysis of a course of lectures on natural and experimental philosophy." 1.0 1
"Walker, A." "Analysis of a course of lectures on natural and experimental philosophy," 1.0 1
"Walker, A." "Analysis of a course of lectures in natural and experimental philosophy," 1.0 1
"Cox, Nicholas," "The fowler. Containing rules for taking every species of land and water fowl; whether by fowling piece, net, engine, or otherwise. Such AS, Woodcocks, Felfares, Pigeons, Magpies, Morepoots, Snipes, Gleads, Crows, Rooks, Herns, Partridges, Pheasants, Rails, and Quails. With An Account of their Seasons; Descriptions of their Haunts; and Methods for making Limes, Limed Twigs, Springes, Baits, &c. for taking them. Likewise, instructions for the choice and training of the dogs for fowling; Remedies for their Diseases, &c. &c. Also, a concise essay on song birds, Viz. The Nightingale; Canary Bird; Black Bird, Wood Lark, Linnet, Chaffinch, Robin, Starling, Tit Lark, Bull Finch, Thrush, Sky Lark, Redstart, Wren, Green Finch, Gold Finch, Hedge Sparrow. Clearly Describing Their Seasons, and Nests; with the best Modes for Taking and Preserving them in Health and good Song. By Nicholas Coxe, Esq. Author Of The Huntsman." 1.0 1
"Cox, Nicholas," "The huntsman. Containing the best methods ofsport, for coursing with greyhounds, and hunting all kinds of chasesin England, viz. The Hart. Buck, Rain Deer,Hare, Wild Rabbit, Ferrit, Fox, Badger, Otter, Squirrel, Marten, Andwild Cat. Together with Many Curious Particulars relative to Theseanimals, and the Manner of Killing them. Likewise, thehuntsman's terms of art; and A Fullaccount of the Dogs in Use; Their usual Names, Training, Feeding, Preservation from Diseases, and other Things necessary to be known concerning them. To which are Added, The Modes of Hunting Some Particular Foreign Beasts of Sport; Namely, the Wolf, Bear, Wild Boar, Wild Goat, Beaver, and Elk. By Nicholas Coxe, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Cox, Nicholas," "The fowler. Containing rules for taking every species of land and water fowl; whether by Fowling Piece, Net, Engine, or otherwise. Such as, Woodcocks, Felfares, Pigeons, Magpies, Morepoots, Snipes, Gleads, Crows, Rooks, Herns, Partridges, Pheasants, Rails, and Quails. With an account of their seasons; Descriptions of their Haunts; and Methods for making Limes, Limed Twigs, Springes, Baits, &c. for taking them. Likewise, instructions for the choice and training of the dogs for fowling; Remedies for their Diseases, &c. &c. Also, A Concise Essay on Song Birds, viz. The Nightingale; Canary Bird; Black Bird, Wood Lark, Linnet, Chaffinch, Robin, Starling, Tit Lark, Bull Finch, Thrush, Sky Lark, Redstart, Wren, Green Finch, Gold Finch, Hedge Sparrow. Clearly Describing Their Seasons, and Nests; with the best Modes for Taking and Preserving them in Health and good Song. By Nicholas Coxe, Esq; Author of the Huntsman." 1.0 1
"Lovelass, Peter," "The trader's safeguard:" 1.0 1
"Buckridge, William." "A letter to a friend:" 1.0 2
"Bonner, James," "A new plan for speedily increasing the number of bee-hives in Scotland;" 1.0 1
"Gentleman who attended him." "Some particulars of the life and death of Jonathan Britain," 1.0 1
"Prat, Helen." "Considerations on the terrible fiery appearance in the heavens, on March the 6th, 1716. Setting forth that it must needs signifie the dissolution of the world to draw nigh; partly by its Figure, partly that no mention is made in Scripture, of calling the Jews before the End of the World; and from other weighty Arguments. Here is also set forth what great Visions this Author hath had; who also in effect expected this last." 1.0 1
"Cramer, Johann Friedrich," "The funeral elogy and character," 1.0 1
"Bartram, John," "Observations on the inhabitants," 1.0 1
"Lover of His Country." "The south-Sea scheme detected;" 1.0 2
"Lover of His Country." "The groans of B----n:" 1.0 1
"L. R.," "The french Momus:" 1.0 1
"Shaw, Samuel," "Immanuel:" 1.0 1
"Shaw, Samuel," "Farewel life:" 1.0 1
"Rhudd, John." "A lecture on worship read at the meeting house in Broad Street Wapping London at a church meeting held on Thursday the thirtieth of November MDCCXXXII." 1.0 1
"Rhudd, John." "A letter to the Protestant dissenting congregation," 1.0 1
"Lowe, Andrew." "A vindication of the Church of Scotland," 1.0 1
"Stewart, John," "The tocsin of Britannia:" 1.0 1
"Stewart, John," "Second peal of the tocsin of Britannia;" 1.0 1
"Officer in one of those regiments," "The expedition of Major General Braddock to Virginia;" 1.0 1
"Castillo Solórzano, Alonso de," "The life of Donna Rosina," 1.0 1
"Castillo Solórzano, Alonso de," "Spanish amusements: or, the adventures of that celebrated courtezan Seniora Rufina call'd, the pole-cat of Seville. Being, A Detection of the Artifices used be such of the Fair Sex, as aim more at thy Purses, than at the Hearts of their Admirers. In Six Novels. I. The Miser punished. II. The Unfortunate Rivals. III. The Beautiful Jilt. IV. The Amorous Priest. V. The Artful Lover. VI. The Religious Libertines." 1.0 1
"Castillo Solórzano, Alonso de," "The spanish pole-cat: or, the adventures of Seniora Rufina; In Four Books, Being a Detection of the Artifices used by such of the Fair Sex, as Aim more at the Purses, than at the Hearts of their Admirers. Written originally in Spanish, by Don Alonso de Castillo Sovorcano. Begun to be translated, by Sir Roger L'Estrange; and finish'd, by Mr. Ozell." 1.0 1
"Norford, William," "A letter to Dr. Sharpin," 1.0 1
"Booker, Luke," "A sermon, preached in the parish church of old Swinford," 1.0 1
"Booker, Luke," "The hop-Garden," 1.0 1
"Humfrays, Samuel," "The sword is the Lord's. A sermon preached in the parish-church of Daventry, Sunday, January 19th, 1794. By the Rev. Samuel Humfrays, B. D. Student of Christ Church, Oxford; and Minister of Daventry." 1.0 1
"R. F." "An enquiry into the causes of the prohibition of commerce with France, during the present war: And whether, upon a Recapitulation, they will appear considerable enough to carry it against a free Importation, either immediately from thence, or from some neighbouring Country, which being in Amity with us, and maintaining an open Correspondence thither, are capable of supplying Us. With an Account of the fraudulent Methods usually taken to cheat her Majesty of her Customs. And Proposals for preventing the same." 1.0 1
"Houlton, Robert," "Songs, airs, duets, &c. in Wilmore Castle; a comic opera, in two acts, performed by Their Majesties servants, at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. The overture and music, entirely new, composed by Mr. Hook." 1.0 1
"Author of Leheup's Ballad." "A new ballad, inscrib'd to Polly Peachum." 1.0 1
"Carey, George Saville," "The dupes of fancy, or every man his hobby;" 1.0 1
"Carey, George Saville," "The old women weatherwise, an interlude;" 1.0 1
"Carey, George Saville," "The flights of fancy;" 1.0 1
"Carey, George Saville," "A lecture on mimicry," 1.0 1
"Lawlor, L." "Bibliotheca curiosa:" 1.0 1
"J. T.," "A short epistle from a country gentleman to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle," 1.0 1
"Sedaine," "Richard Cœeur de Lion. An historical romance. From the French of Monsr. Sedaine. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane." 1.0 1
"Wilson, George," "A copy of two letters to the Rev. Mr Alexander Moncrieff, Minister at Abernethy; relating to his new constitution of synod, and their pretended censures: Containing also some Answers unto, or Observes upon, his Letter directed unto his friend at Aberdeen, dated 3d November 1758. By an elder of the associate kirk-session of Perth." 1.0 1
"Wilson, George," "Bishop Burnet's proofs of the Pretender's illegitimacy;" 1.0 1
"Wilson, George," "Bribes no perquisites:" 1.0 1
"Bury, Samuel," "A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Thomas Fisher," 1.0 1
"Gage, Thomas," "Some remarkable passages relating to Archbishop Laud," 1.0 1
"Stewart, James," "The total refutation and political overthrow of Doctor Price;" 1.0 1
"Ducarel, Andrew Coltee," "A repertory of the endowments of vicarages in the dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester." 1.0 1
"Author of the True Briton." "A defence of the four illustrious Stuarts," 1.0 1
"Jenkyn, William," "A specimen of Presbyterian moderation or their true notion of a general toleration;" 1.0 1
"Moore, Henry," "A sermon, preached at the Rev. Mr. Wesley's chapel, in Bristol, on Sunday, the 30th of January 1791," 1.0 1
"King, Edward," "Hymns to the Supreme Being:" 1.0 1
"Kroll, Adam." "A commercial dictionary," 1.0 1
"Dodwell, Henry," "Christianity not founded on argument; and the true principle of gospel-evidence assigned: in a letter to a young gentleman at Oxford." 1.0 1
"Dodwell, Henry," "Christianity not founded on argument; and the true principle of Gospel-Evidence assigned: in a letter to a young gentleman at Oxford." 1.0 1
"Dodwell, Henry," "Christianity not founded on argument;" 1.0 2
"Harrison, Sarah," "The house-Keeper's pocket-book;" 1.0 1
"Harrison, Sarah," "The house-Keeper's pocket-book," 32.0 2
"Coltellini, Marco," "Piramo e Tisbe," 1.0 1
"Coltellini, Marco," "Creusa in Delfo;" 1.0 1
"Coulthurst, Henry William." "The evils of disobedience and luxury." 1.0 1
"Beach, Thomas," "Eugenio:" 1.0 2
"Schofield, James," "An historical and descriptive guide to Scarbrough and its environs." 1.0 1
"Strongcastle, Cornelius." "An essay to prevent the exportation of wool," 1.0 1
"Walsh, William," "The works of William Walsh, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Duncanson, Andrew," "Divine agency necessary to the propagation of Christianity." 1.0 1
"Wilkes, John," "A letter to the Right Honourable William Lord Mansfield," 1.0 1
"Wilkes, John," "The speech of the Right Hon. John Wilkes, Esq." 1.0 1
"Aldborough, Edward Stratford," "An essay on the true interests and resources of the empire" 1.0 1
"Ferguson, Robert," "Of the qualifications requisite in a minister of state:" 1.0 2
"Herring, Thomas," "A sermon, preached before His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond Lenox, and Aubigny, president; and the governors of the London Infirmary," 1.0 1
"Whitaker, John," "A survey of the doctrine and argument of St. Peter's Epistles;" 1.0 1
"Whitaker, John," "The real origin of government." 1.0 1
"Gally, Henry," "The reasonableness of church and college fines asserted." 1.0 2
"Gally, Henry," "A second dissertation against pronouncing the Greek language according to accents. In answer to Mr. Foster's Essay on the different nature of accent and quantity." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Edward," "A sermon preach'd before the King," 1.0 1
"Chandler, Edward," "A sermon preach'd at the cathedral church of Worcester;" 2.0 2
"Chandler, Edward," "A charge delivered to the Grand-Jury, at the quarter-sessions held at Durham," 1.0 1
"Chandler, Edward," "A sermon preach'd at the cathedral-church of Worcester," 1.0 1
"Chandler, Edward," "A sermon preached to the Societies for reformation of manners," 1.0 1
"Phelps, John," "A vindication of revealed religion," 1.0 1
"Steven, James," "A public testimony of loyalty to the British constitution;" 1.0 1
"Draper, Matthew," "The spend-Thrift;" 1.0 1
"Payer of tithes, and detector of misrepresentation." "Three letters on the subject of tithes and tithe-associators;" 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "The first floor;" 3.0 2
"Cobb, James," "Songs, duets, trios, chorusses, &c. in Paul & Virginia, a musical drama, in two acts: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The music composed by Mr. Mazzinghi and Mr. Reeve." 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Ramah Droog:" 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Songs, duets, trios, chorusses, &c. in The Cherokee. An opera, in three acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane." 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Love in the East;" 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Songs, duets, trios, chorusses &c. in The Cherokee. An opera, in three acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane." 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Songs, duets, trios, and finales in Ramah Droog, or, wine does wonders;" 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Songs, &c. in The strangers at home:" 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "The doctor and the apothecary." 1.0 1
"Cobb, James," "Love in the East; or, adventures of twelve hours:" 1.0 1
"Holland, Samuel," "The spaniard:" 1.0 1
"Snape, Edward." "A practical discourse on those two diseases in horses," 1.0 1
"Arnald, Richard," "A sermon preached at the visitation held at St. Martin's Church in Leicester April 22. 1737. By Richard Arnald B. D. Rector of Thurcaston in Leicestershire, late Fellow of Emmanuel College Cambridge. Published at the Request of Mr. Archdeacon and the Clergy then present." 1.0 1
"Nichols, Philip," "The castrated letter of Sir Thomas Hanmer," 1.0 1
"Castlereagh, Robert Stewart," "The speech of the Right Honorable Lord Viscount Castlereagh, upon delivering to the House of Commons of Ireland His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant's message on the subject of an incorporating union with Great Britain, With The Resolutions; Containing the Terms on which it is proposed to carry that Measure into Effect. February 5, 1800." 1.0 1
"Vane, Guy." "The second essay on the catholick-religion:" 1.0 1
"Sheridan, Richard Brinsley," "Songs," 8.0 2
"Sheridan, Richard Brinsley," "Songs duetts, choruses, &c." 1.0 1
"Sheridan, Richard Brinsley," "The celebrated speech of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Sheridan, Richard Brinsley," "Songs, duets, trios, &c. in The duenna;" 7.0 9
"Fordyce, David," "The new and complete British letter-writer;" 1.0 1
"Hodgson, William," "The case of William Hodgson," 1.0 1
"Wardlaw, Elizabeth," "Hardyknute." 1.0 1
"Williams, Joseph," "The criterion:" 1.0 1
"Williams, Joseph," "Considerations on the American war," 1.0 1
"Williams, Joseph," "The poetical works of Mr. Joseph Williams:" 1.0 1
"Révérend, Dominique," "Letters to Monsieur H*** concerning the most antient gods or kings of Egypt, and the antiquity of the first monarchs of Babylon and China. Intermixed With a great Number of Curious and Entertaining Particulars, describing the Origin of the several Deities among the Heathens. Translated from the French." 1.0 1
"Gilson, David," "A sermon preached at St. Magnus, London-Bridge, on Easter-Day, March 24th, 1799;" 1.0 1
"Duell, William." "News from the dead, or a faithful and genuine narrative of an extraordinary combat between life and death, exemplified in the case of William Duell, One of the Malefactors who was executed at Tyburn on Monday the 24th of this instant November, for a Rape, Robbery and Murder, and who soon after return'd to life at Barber-Surgeon's-Hall, where he had been brought too from the Place of Execution, in Order to be Anatomiz'd. With a true Account Of all the Particulars that happen'd to him, and the many surprizing Things he saw during the Interval of Time that passed between his being turned off at the Gallows, and his Recovery to Life. The whole taken from his own mouth in Newgate, where he now lies." 1.0 1
"Davisson, John." "A vindication of the Protestant ministers mission;" 1.0 1
"Quelch, John," "The arraignment, tryal, and condemnation, of Capt. John Quelch, And Others of his Company, &c. for sundry piracies, robberies, and murder, committed upon the Subjects of the King of Portugal, Her Majesty's Allie, on the coast of Brasil, &c. who Upon full Evidence, were found guilty, at the Court-House in Boston, on the thirteenth of June, 1704. By Virtue of a Commission, grounded upon the Act of the Eleventh and Twelfth Years of King William, For the more effectual Suppression of Piracy. With the Arguments of the Queen's Council; and Council for the Prisoners upon the said Act. Perused By his Excellency Joseph Dudley, Esq; Captain-General and Commander in Chief in and over Her Majesty's Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in New-England, in America, &c. To which are also added, some papers that were produc'd at the tryal above said. With An Account of the Ages of the several Prisoners, and the Places where they were Born." 1.0 1
"Davies, Edward," "Aphtharte," 1.0 1
"Davies, Edward," "Zaccheus. A sermon preached in the parish church of St. James, in the city of Bristol, before the Society of Ancient Britons," 1.0 1
"Davies, Edward," "A succinct description of that elaborate and matchless pile of art, called, the microcosm;" 1.0 1
"Davies, Edward," "The sufferings of Christ, the glory of saints; or, the humiliation of the head, the riches of his members; Who, by his Death, procures Life and Gain to them." 1.0 1
"Lover of decency and order in youth." "The benefit of school-discipline: being an answer to a late pamphlet, entitled, The shameful discipline of the schools exposed; or, whipping an improper punishment for youth. Wherein the arguments are fully answered and confuted: By proving, that no Person ought to be above Punishment, that is not above deserving it. Illustrated and Enforced By Proofs from History; confirmed by the Example of the Ecclesiasticks, and such justified by Scripture. By a lover of decency and order in youth ; and Consulter of Safety in Adult Persons; but an Enemy to Hypocrisy and Deceit, as ensnaring Men into too fatal a Security. In a letter to the author." 1.0 1
"Charnock, Stephen," "Discourses upon the existence and attributes of God, abridged from the writings of the late learned and venerable Stephen Charnock, B.D. By the Rev. Griffith Williams, Minister of Gate-Street-Chapel, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields." 1.0 1
"M*** *****." "The path to happiness, explored and illustrated." 1.0 1
"Lovelass, Jack." "The hoop-Petticoat vindicated," 1.0 1
"Brownrigg, James." "The trials of James Brownrigg," 1.0 1
"Millan, John," "Millan's universal register of Court and City Offices," 1.0 1
"Millan, John," "Millan's lists of the Parliament." 1.0 1
"Millan, John," "Arms of the English nobility." 1.0 1
"Millan, John," "Coins weights & measures," 1.0 1
"Ordinary of Newgate." "The ordinary of Newgate's account" 1.0 1
"Hill, Brian," "Henry and Acasto:" 1.0 1
"Gulliver, Martin." "The censoriad:" 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "A miscellany in verse and prose. By Captain Morrice." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "Dissectio mentis human?:" 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "On rural felicity; in an epistle to a friend." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "Verses to Mr. Tickell, on Mr. Pope's translation of Homer." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "Verses on the King; occasion'd by his late danger and distress, at sea." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "Three satires." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "An epistle to Mr. Welsted;" 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "An essay on the poets." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "A voyage from the East-Indies. By Capt. Morrice." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "Love and resentment: a pastoral." 1.0 1
"Morrice, Bezaleel," "The present corruption of Britons;" 1.0 1
"Bannatyne, James," "Mistakes about religion," 1.0 1
"Shaw, Thomas," "A letter to Mr. Benson," 1.0 1
"Jones, Jane." "A letter from Mrs. Jane Jones," 1.0 1
"Mungo," "The padlock open'd: or, Mungo's medley. Being a choice collection of the miscellaneous pieces in prose and verse, serious and comic, of Mungo the padlock-keeper of Drury Lane." 1.0 1
"Boulter, Hugh," "A sermon, preach'd at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God, Edmund, Ld. Bishop of Lincoln," 1.0 1
"Rous, George," "An essay on the Middlesex election: in which the power of expulsion is particularly considered." 1.0 2
"Green, Edward," "The spirit of the bankrupt laws." 2.0 2
"Gentleman." "The pernicious principles of Tom Paine," 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "Korath:" 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "The British liberty asserted:" 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "Observations on some papers in that very useful collection, intitled, Museum rusticum." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "An essay towards a summary of Gospel-Christianity." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "A review of Bishop Burnet's History of his own times; particularly, his characters and secret memoirs. With critical remarks. Shewing the partiality, inconsistency and defects of that political history. By a gentleman." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "The question truly stated and calmly considered, whether or no, there be any just reasons for a new translation of the Bible, or a review of our liturgy, articles and canons? Dedicated to the Clergy of the Churches of England and Ireland. With remarks on a pamphlet, entitled, Free and impartial considerations upon the candid disquisitions, &c. in a Letter to the Author. By a gentleman." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "Poems on several occasions. By a gentleman." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "A short and modest vindication of the common practice of cursing and swearing;" 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "The poetical review: a visionary poem." 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "A proper reply to a lady," 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "Anecdotes of the life and character of John Howard," 1.0 1
"Gentleman." "Miscellanies in prose and verse. By a gentleman." 1.0 1
"Member of the Diet at Ratisbon." "An impartial review of the present troubles of Germany," 1.0 1
"Cook, M." "A sure guide against waste in dress; or the woollen draper's, man's mercer's and tailor's assistant; adapted also to the use of gentlemen, tradesmen and farmers; Shewing The Exact Quantity of Cloth, &c. necessary to make any Garment from a Child to a full sized Man : In Tables of the Nine following Widths, Half Yard Half Ell Three Quarters Seven Eighths One Yard One Ell Six Quarters Seven Quarters Two Yards. With Three different Widths in each. This Work is executed upon the same Plan with the Ready Reckoner; consisting of plain and correct Tables, adapted to the meanest Capacity; calculated to prevent, Waste of Materials, and to be of general Utility both in Town and Country. By M. Cook, Tailor." 1.0 1
"James" "Memoirs of the English affairs, chiefly naval, from the year 1660, to 1673." 1.0 1
"Tooke, William," "The grove of Barzai, and his elegy; from the loves of Othniel and Achsah: to which is prefixed, an introductory account of that work. By Joseph Smeeton." 1.0 1
"Tooke, William," "A letter to Sir Fletcher Norton, Knt." 1.0 1
"Atticus." "A congratulatory letter to John Murray, Esq; late secretary to the young Pretender." 1.0 1
"Reresby, John," "The memoirs of the Honourable Sir John Reresby," 1.0 1
"Physician in the Highlands." "A letter from a physician in the Highlands," 1.0 1
"Wight, Alexander," "Considerations on the late act for prohibiting all commercial intercourse with the rebellious colonies:" 1.0 1
"Bragge, Robert," "A brief essay concerning the soul of man." 1.0 2
"Packe, Christopher," "A reply to Dr. Gray's three answers to a written paper, entitled, Mr. Worger's case. By Christopher Packe, M.D." 1.0 1
"Packe, Christopher," "Mineralogia:" 1.0 1
"Philotheochristus." "An essay concerning divine prescience:" 1.0 1
"Maddox, Richard," "The trial of a cause between Richard Maddox," 1.0 1
"Crossman, Henry," "A faithful narrative of some facts, which have been industriously and grossly misrepresented by persons who were offended at a visitation sermon," 1.0 1
"Crossman, Henry," "Ecclesiastical merchandise shewn to be unlawful," 1.0 1
"Aulnoy," "The history of the tales of the fairies." 1.0 1
"Aulnoy," "Queen Mab: containing a select collection of only the best, most instructive, and entertaining tales of the fairies; Viz. 1. Graciosa and Percinet. 2. The Fair One with Golden Locks. 3. The Blue Bird. 4. The Invisible Prince. 5. The Princess Verenata. 6. The Princess Rosetta. 7. The Golden Bough. 8. The Orange-Tree and the Bee. 9. The Little Good Mouse. Written by the Countess D'Aulnoi. Adorned with Curious Cuts. To which are added, A fairy tale, in the ancient English style, by Dr. Parnell: and Queen Mab's song." 1.0 1
"Chamberlen," "News from Hell:" 1.0 1
"Hildrop, John," "Immorality the root of infidelity." 1.0 1
"Hildrop, John," "A letter to a Member of Parliament," 2.0 4
"Hildrop, John," "Free thoughts upon the brute-creation:" 1.0 1
"Hildrop, John," "The contempt of the clergy considered." 1.0 1
"Hildrop, John," "A caveat against Popery:" 1.0 1
"Hildrop, John," "A letter to a member of Parliament," 1.0 1
"Miège, Guy," "The present state of Great Britain, and Ireland," 11.0 2
"Miège, Guy," "The present state of Great Britain and Ireland," 1.0 1
"Miège, Guy," "The present state of Great Britain, and Ireland." 1.0 1
"Cullen, William," "Lectures on the materia medica," 1.0 1
"Cullen, William," "A letter to Lord Cathcart," 1.0 1
"Gentleman in Worcestershire." "A letter from a gentleman in the country to Sir R- W-" 1.0 1
"Williams, Edward," "A discourse on the influence of religious practice upon our inquiries after truth. With an appendix addressed to the Rev. Mr. Belsham. By Edward Williams." 1.0 1
"Mackenzie, Roderick," "Now or never: or, a familiar discourse concerning the two schemes for restoring the national credit," 1.0 1
"Mackenzie, Roderick," "Reading no preaching: or a letter to a young clergyman, from a friend in London," 1.0 1
"Mackenzie, Roderick," "The extreme cruelty and danger of introducing natural plans of supposed happiness, in room of the scheme of Jesus:" 1.0 1
"Mackenzie, Roderick," "A familiar letter to a gentleman at Bath;" 1.0 1
"Haversham, John Thompson," "The lord H----'s speech in the House of Lords," 1.0 1
"Haversham, John Thompson," "The lord H-'s speech in the House of Lords," 1.0 1
"Luther, Martin," "Dr. Martin Luther's and Mr. John Calvin's opinion concerning the Trinity," 1.0 1
"Luther, Martin," "The shorter catechism" 1.0 1
"Levi, James," "Bibliotheca Horneriana & Coullietana:" 1.0 1
"Barber, James," "Tom K----g's: or, the Paphian grove." 1.0 2
"Barber, James," "The law-Suit:" 1.0 1
"Boësnier de la Touche, Henry." "Some observations of the power and efficacy of a medicine against loosenesses," 1.0 1
"James," "The memorial of the Chevalier de St. George," 1.0 1
"James," "The memorial of the Chevalr. de St. George," 1.0 1
"James," "Memoirs of the Chevalier de St. George:" 1.0 1
"Squire, Samuel," "Remarks on The academic." 1.0 1
"Squire, Samuel," "Indifference for religion inexcusable;" 1.0 1
"Squire, Samuel," "A letter to a Tory friend. Upon the present critical situation of our affairs; wherein every objection of the disaffected to the present government is fully answered; the fond Distinction of a King de Facto, absolutely refuted; and his Majesty King George demonstrated to be King of Great-Britain, &c. de Jure, in the strongest Sense of the Words." 1.0 1
"Catcott, A. S." "The court of love," 1.0 1
"Gentleman uninfluenced by party." "An outline of general reform of the British Constitution. By a gentleman uninfluenced by party." 1.0 1
"Child, Samuel." "Every man his own brewer." 3.0 4
"Graves, Robert," "A pocket conspectus of the New London and Edinburgh pharmacopœias:" 1.0 1
"Graves, Robert," "The whole art of tachygraphy:" 1.0 1
"Graves, Robert," "A pocket conspectus of the London and Edinburgh pharmacopœias:" 1.0 1
"Graves, Robert," "An experimental inquiry into the constituent principles of the sulphureous water at Nottington near Weymouth:" 1.0 1
"Lambert, Thomas," "An easy introduction to reading the English language:" 1.0 1
"Peploe, Samuel," "A stedfast affection to the Protestant religion," 1.0 1
"Dudgeon, William," "The necessity of some of the positive institutions of Christianity consider'd." 1.0 1
"Dudgeon, William," "A catechism founded upon experience and reason:" 1.0 1
"Wallin, Edward," "The redeemer's near relation to his people, their great comfort and peculiar privilege." 1.0 1
"Weston, Richard," "A new cheap manure." 1.0 1
"Weston, Richard," "The gardeners pocket-calendar," 1.0 1
"Costello, Edmond." "A proposal for the better supplying the city of Dublin, with corn and flour; being, heads of a bill Intended to be laid before the Parliament, at their next Meeting." 1.0 1
"Segrais, Jean Regnauld de," "Three novels:" 1.0 1
"Segrais, Jean Regnauld de," "The power of jealousy exemplify'd," 1.0 1
"No Reverend Dissenter." "A letter to the Reverend John Martin." 1.0 1
"Inhabitant." "A few thoughts on astrology:" 1.0 1
"Browne, Thomas," "Sir Thomas Browne's Religio medici:" 1.0 1
"Browne, Thomas," "Posthumous works of the learned Sir Thomas Browne," 1.0 1
"Breues, John." "The fortune hunters:" 1.0 1
"Rackstrow, Benjamin," "Miscellaneous observations, together with a collection of experiments on electricity. With the manner of performing them. Designed to Explain the Nature and Cause of the most remarkable Phaenomena thereof: With some remarks on a pamphlet, intituled, A sequel to the experiments and observations tending to illustrate the nature and properties of electricity. To which is annexed, a letter, written by the author to the Academy of Sciences at Bourdeaux, relative to the Similarity of Electricity to Lightening and Thunder. By B. Rackstrow." 1.0 1
"Russell, Thomas," "The adventures of the Guildford jack-daw." 1.0 1
"Stevens, George Alexander," "A lecture on heads," 4.0 3
"Stevens, George Alexander," "Songs, comic and satyrical." 1.0 1
"Stevens, George Alexander," "The trip to Portsmouth;" 1.0 1
"Stevens, George Alexander," "The court of Alexander." 1.0 1
"Stevens, George Alexander," "Distress upon distress:" 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "A dialogue on devotion after the manner of Xenophon;" 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "The character and blessedness of those who die in the Lord;" 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "Christ the light of the world;" 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "Our times in the hand of God." 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "Daily devotion assisted and recommended, in four sermons;" 1.0 1
"Amory, Thomas," "The character and blessedness of those to whom to live is Christ, and to die gain:" 1.0 1
"Porteous, William," "A letter to the citizens of Glasgow, containing a short view of the management of the poors funds, under the administration of the General Session; Together with An Account of the Age, Family, Earning, and Provision made for each Pensioner on the Funds of the particular Sessions, by the Towns Hospital, Trades, Boxes, or other Charities, as well as by the Sessions. By a citizen of Glasgow." 1.0 1
"Benson, William," "A letter to Sir Jacob Bankes," 1.0 2
"Benson, William," "A second letter to Sir J-- B--," 1.0 1
"Benson, William," "A second letter to Sir J- B-," 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Benjamin," "Sacheverell against Sacheverell;" 1.0 2
"Commercial man." "Dearness not scarcity, its cause and remedy." 1.0 1
"Southerne, Thomas," "Oroonoko," 1.0 1
"Tatersal, Robert." "The bricklayer's miscellany:" 1.0 1
"Stoughton, William," "The greatest good, or the greatest evil, deriv'd to mankind from the right use or abuse of religion." 1.0 1
"Stoughton, William," "The secret history of the late ministry;" 1.0 1
"Nepos, Cornelius." "The lives of Titus Pomponius Atticus, Miltiades, and Cimon." 1.0 1
"Philo-Strategos." "Eugene's annals:" 1.0 1
"C. R.," "The danger of masqueradess and raree-shows, or the complaints of the stage, against masquerades, opera's, assemblies," 1.0 1
"Guy, Richard." "An essay on scirrhous tumours, and cancers." 1.0 1
"Person of Quality." "Secret memoirs, relating to the present war between the confederates and the Fr. King," 1.0 1
"Corpe, John," "Some very remarkable facts, lately discovered, relating to the conduct of the Jesuits, with regard to Mr. Bower;" 1.0 1
"Leggett, Richard." "Evangelical providences:" 1.0 1
"Leggett, Richard." "Plain evidences of the truth of Christianity," 1.0 1
"Leggett, Richard." "Defamation of the churches and ministers of Christ, contrary to the spirit of the Gospel." 1.0 1
"Wallis, George," "An essay on the evil consequences attending injudicious bleeding in pregnancy." 4.0 2
"Wallis, George," "The complete family physician," 1.0 1
"Dekker, Thomas," "Satan turned moralist:" 1.0 1
"Technicum," "An account of the sickness and death of Dr. W---dw---rd; as also, of what appear'd upon opening his body. In a letter to a friend in the country. By Dr. Technicum." 1.0 1
"Andree, John," "An essay on the theory and cure of the venereal gonorrhoea," 1.0 1
"Andree, John," "An account of the Tilbury water." 4.0 2
"Torre di Rezzonico, Carlo Castone della," "Alessandro et Timoteo. = Alexander and Timotheus; or, Alexander's feast. A musical drama, as represented at the King's Theatre in the Haymarket. The poetry by the Count Gaston della Torre di Rezzonico, a Nobleman of Parma. The music by the celebrated Signor G. Sarti." 1.0 1
"Malcolm, David." "Letters, essays, and other tracts illustrating the antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland. Together with many curious discoveries of the affinity betwixt the language of the Americans and the ancient Britons To the Greek and Latin, &c. Also Specimens of the Celtic, Welsh, Irish, Saxon and American Languages. By the Rev. Dr. Malcolme." 1.0 1
"Overton, Thomas Collins." "Original designs of temples," 1.0 1
"Rock," "A treatise of the venereal disease," 1.0 1
"Bell, Joseph," "Spring flowers, or poems," 1.0 1
"Clarke, Adam," "A letter to a Methodist preacher," 1.0 1
"Clarke, Adam," "A dissertation on the use and abuse of tobacco." 1.0 1
"Penrice, Gerard." "Genuine and impartial memoirs of the life and character of Charles Ratcliffe," 1.0 2
"Mansfield, William Murray," "The thistle:" 1.0 1
"Mansfield, William Murray," "The thistle;" 1.0 2
"Wallis, Edward," "Tentamen sophisticon, a chemical essay, designed to shew the possibility of applying the powers of chemistry to an examination of several productions liable to be sophisticated or disguised. Interspersed with observations on the approved qualities of Ward's drop and pill, Dr. James's Powder for Fevers, counterfeit Magnesia Alba, and some other medicinal Substances. Whereto is annexed the Specimen or Plan of a Synopsis, including the chemical Structure, &c. of some pharmaceutical Preparations; and an easy Method of trying them for medicinal Purposes. By Edward Wallis." 1.0 1
"Hayter, Thomas," "An examination of a book," 1.0 1
"Hayter, Thomas," "An essay on the liberty of the press chiefly as it respects personal slander." 1.0 1
"Satyanātha." "Translation of a sermon in the Malabar or Tamulian language;" 1.0 1
"Bristow, W." "Cursory reflections on the policy, justice, and expediency of repealing the Test and Corporation Acts," 1.0 1
"Tons, T." "A particular account of the late action in the Mediterranean. With the line of battle of both fleets." 1.0 1
"Dalrymple, John," "Address from Sir John Dalrymple, Bart." 1.0 1
"Dalrymple, John," "The question considered, whether wool should be allowed to be exported, when the price is low at home, on paying a duty to the public?" 2.0 2
"Dalrymple, John," "The appeal of reason to the people of England," 1.0 1
"Ashdowne, William," "The unitarian, Arian, and Trinitarian opinion respecting Christ," 1.0 1
"Ashdowne, William," "A letter to the author of a letter to the bishops," 1.0 1
"Ashdowne, William," "The true character of John the Baptist:" 1.0 1
"Ashdowne, William," "An attempt to prove that the opinion concerning the devil," 1.0 1
"Fawel, J." "The principles of sound policy delineated and enforced:" 1.0 1
"Forrest, Alexander," "A eucharistical psalmody," 1.0 1
"Forrest, Alexander," "A baptismal psalmody:" 1.0 1
"Meredith, William," "A reply to the Defence of the majority, on the question relating to general warrants." 1.0 1
"Andrews, Robert," "Odes," 1.0 1
"German, Thomas." "Great Britain triumphant. Containing a full explanation of a scheme for strengthening and invigorating the British Navy, and Capturing the Ships of War, and Privateers of France; Deeply interesting to Britons in general, and to Gentlemen of the Navy, and Merchants in particular. With Some Account of Certain other schemes, now preparing to be laid before Mr. Pitt, for raising Immense Supplies, for the purposes of war, without burthening the people; and for lessening their burthens in time of peace. Taking also some notice of certain other of the Author's inventions and contrivances both political, and philosophical. Dedicated to His Majesty, and Presented to the Right Hon. William Pitt. By Thomas German, Gent." 1.0 1
"P*****." "An address to the people of Great Britain, &c. On the present posture of affairs." 1.0 1
"Brooker, Daniel," "A sermon preached in the parish-church of St. Peter's, Worcester," 1.0 1
"Gascoyne, Crisp," "An address to the liverymen" 1.0 1
"P. O." "The woeful treaty:" 1.0 1
"Bromehead, Joseph," "An oration on the utility of public infirmaries." 1.0 1
"Maurice, Peter," "The true causes of the contempt of Christian ministers." 1.0 2
"Ayre, William." "Truth. A counterpart to Mr. Pope's Essay on man," 1.0 1
"Ayre, William." "Four ethic epistles opposing some of Mr. Pope's opinions of man, as set forth in his essay. I. With respect to the universe. II. As an individual. III. With respect to society. IV. With respect to happiness. By Mr. Ayre." 1.0 1
"Taylor, Benjamin," "A lecture on the atmosphere of London;" 1.0 1
"Green, G. S." "Wisdom: or the second book of the chronicles of the wise-women of the city of Leicester." 1.0 1
"Clergyman in Leicestershire." "Serious and impartial observations on the blessings of liberty and peace." 1.0 1
"Denham, John," "Cato Major of old age." 1.0 1
"Atkinson, William," "An oblique view of the grand conspiracy," 1.0 1
"Atkinson, William," "Poetical essays. By the Rev. William Atkinson, M. A. Fellow of Jesus College, Cambridge. Dulce est Desipere in Loco." 1.0 1
"Briton." "The crisis," 1.0 1
"Manning, Owen," "An inquiry into the grounds and nature of the several species of ratiocination." 1.0 1
"Dunn, F." "Two sermons, preached in the cathedral church of Lincoln:" 1.0 1
"Adee, Herbert," "A sermon preach'd at the cathedral-church of Norwich," 1.0 1
"Porrett, Robert," "Clarissa:" 1.0 1
"Searchem, Solomon." "Modern madmen;" 1.0 1
"Crunden, John," "The joyner and cabinet-maker's darling," 1.0 1
"Perry, S." "A disquisition of the stone and gravel," 9.0 4
"Perry, S." "A disquisition of the stone and gravel;" 1.0 1
"Wright, Richard," "Hints on the universal restoration." 1.0 1
"Wright, Richard," "An abridgement of five discourses," 1.0 1
"Wright, Richard," "The divinity of the son of man," 1.0 1
"Harper, Thomas," "The accomptant's companion:" 1.0 1
"Harper, Thomas," "The trial of Thomas Harper," 1.0 1
"Dive, Charles." "On the Duke of Marlborough." 1.0 1
"Dive, Charles." "The treasurer, and the General:" 1.0 1
"Forbes, Duncan," "A letter to a bishop, concerning some important discoveries in philosophy and theology." 16.0 3
"Forbes, Duncan," "Some thoughts concerning religion, natural and revealed," 2.0 3
"J. W." "The courtship." 1.0 1
"J. W." "A full and compleat history of the lives, robberies, and murders, of all the most notorious highwaymen, that have been in England, Scotland, France and Ireland , from the Reign of William the Conqueror to this Time. Beginning with Thomas Dun, Robin Hood and Little John, Sir John Falstaff, Capt. Hind, the Golden Farmer, Nevisson, Whitney, and above 100 more. Also Giving a more full Account than any yet published, of the Robberies committed by Benjamin Child, John Hawkins, and George Sympson, who were all three Executed for robbing the Bristol Mail. Concluding With the Life and Robberies of the Famous Cartouch in France; and also the Robberies, and remarkable Actions of John Molhoni and James Carrick, lately Executed for Robbing William Young, Esq; in his Chair. The whole being faithfully collected out of the best histories Records, Trials, Ordinaries Accounts, and Manuscripts. By J. W." 1.0 1
"J. W." "A letter to a member of parliament," 1.0 1
"J. W." "Pamela: or, the fair impostor. A poem, in five cantos. By J---- W----, Esq;" 1.0 1
"J. W." "Dotage. A poem, inscrib'd to a gentleman within a few years of his grand-climacterick. By J. W." 1.0 1
"J. W." "Dotage." 1.0 1
"Wood, James," "An address to the members of the Methodist societies," 1.0 1
"Wood, James," "Readiness for death open'd and urg'd." 1.0 1
"Wood, James," "Consciousness to his sincerity," 1.0 1
"Wood, James," "The returning our spirits to him that gave them;" 1.0 2
"Jackson, John," "A confutation of the fifth of Mr. Moore's propositions of natural and reveal'd religion, which relates to the doctrine of the Trinity. In a letter to a clergyman. To which is added a letter to Dr. Waterland." 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "A plea for humane reason," 1.0 2
"Jackson, John," "The grounds of civil and ecclesiastical government briefly consider'd," 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "Three letters to Dr Clarke, from a clergyman of the Church of England;" 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "An answer to a book entitled, Things divine and supernatural" 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "Mathematical lectures," 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "Farther remarks on Dr. Waterland's Farther vindication of Christ's divinity." 1.0 1
"Jackson, John," "Some reflections on prescience:" 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "Advice to Christians," 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "The encouragements of our faith and trust in God," 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "Remarks on Dr. Bentley's sermon upon popery :" 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "Advice to Christians, to contend for the faith once delivered to the saints." 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "The general corruptions and defection of the present times," 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "Remarks on Dr. Bentley's sermon upon popery:" 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "The grounds of the present differences, among the London ministers." 1.0 1
"Cumming, John," "The conspiracies of evil-designing men against the real interests of Christ's kingdom," 1.0 1
"Wattle, Will." "The soldier's letter to the female volunteer: being an earnest request to hang up the hat, and pull off the breeches. With a Persuasive against False Appearances." 1.0 1
"British Subject." "Order in government: the British plan. A poem. Inscribed to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. By a British subject." 1.0 1
"Scriblerus, Simon." "Whistoneutes: or, remarks on Mr. Whiston's Historical memoirs of the life of Dr. Samuel Clarke, &c." 1.0 1
"Fairfax, Blackerby." "Oratio apologetica pro re herbaria." 1.0 1
"C. P." "A defence of the Bishop of Chichester's sermon upon K. Charles's martyrdom." 1.0 1
"Stanley, William," "The faith and practice of a Church of England-Man." 12.0 3
"Sullivan, W. F." "The flights of fancy," 1.0 1
"Sullivan, W. F." "The test of union & loyalty:" 1.0 1
"J. M.," "The maritime campaign of 1778." 1.0 1
"J. M.," "A moral philosophical discourse:" 1.0 1
"J. Y." "The revolution: wherein is exemplify'd, the happiness of the English Constitution;" 1.0 1
"Long, Edward," "The trial of farmer Carter's dog Porter, for murder. Taken down verbatim et literatim in short-hand, and now published by authority, from the corrected manuscript of Counsellor Clear-Point, Barrister at Law. N. B. This is the only true and authentic Copy; and all others are spurious." 1.0 1
"Fleury, André Hercule de," "A letter of condoleance" 1.0 1
"Williams, Renwick." "The trial of Renwick Williams, (commonly called the Monster) at the Old Bailey, on Thursday the 8th of July 1790, before Judge Buller, and a Middlesex jury, for assaulting and wounding Miss Ann Porter. Taken in short-hand by L. Williams, Esquire." 1.0 1
"Asplin, Samuel." "The divine rights and duties of the Christian priesthood," 1.0 1
"Member of the States-General in Holland." "A letter from a member of the States-General in Holland" 1.0 1
"Paget, William." "The humours of the Fleet." 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "The wanderer:" 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "A poem on the birth-day of the Prince of Wales." 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "The convocation:" 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "Love in a veil. A comedy." 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "Nature in perfection; or, the mother unveil'd:" 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "Sir Thomas Overbury:" 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "London and Bristol compar'd." 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "An epistle to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole," 1.0 1
"Savage, Richard," "Various poems." 1.0 1
"Tooly, Thomas," "Homer travestie:" 1.0 1
"One who knows them all." "A dialogue between the Staff, the Mitre, and the Purse." 1.0 1
"Steele, Joshua." "An account of a late conference on the occurrences in America. In a letter to a friend." 1.0 1
"Jesup, Edward." "The lives of Picus and Pascal," 1.0 1
"Jesup, Edward." "The lives of John Picus, prince of Mirandola; and of the celebrated Mons. Pascal. With a parallel between those two Christian worthies. By Edward Jesup, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Person of quality." "A discourse concerning the character of a gentleman: by a person of quality." 1.0 1
"Person of quality." "The secret history of the most renowned Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Essex." 1.0 1
"Person of quality." "An essay concerning the original of society, government, religion and laws, especially those of the penal kind. By a person of quality." 1.0 1
"Harrison, John," "Remarks on a pamphlet lately published by the Rev. Mr. Maskelyne," 1.0 2
"Sacheverell, Henry," "False notions of liberty in religion and government destructive of both." 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The speech of Henry Sacheverell," 1.0 4
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The nature," 1.0 2
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The speech of Henry Sacheverell, D. D." 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The nature and mischief of prejudice and partiality stated," 1.0 2
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The character of a true Church of England-Man." 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Henry," "A sermon preach'd on the 30th of January," 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Henry," "A sermon preach'd January 31. 1714/5." 1.0 1
"Sacheverell, Henry," "The efficacy of Christian perseverance in time of trouble." 1.0 1
"Watson, George," "A seasonable admonition to the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Watson, George," "Liberality to the poor, and the sick recommended. A sermon: preached for the benefit of the Manchester Infirmary, Dispensary, Lunatic Hospital and Asylum, in the dissenting Chapel in Horwich, April 8. 1792. By George Watson." 1.0 1
"Smoke, Timothy." "The commodity excis'd:" 1.0 1
"Butler, Joseph," "A sermon preached before His Grace Charles Duke of Richmond, Lenox, and Aubigny, president; and the governors of the London Infirmary," 1.0 1
"Villette, John," "A genuine account of the behaviour and dying words of William Dodd," 1.0 1
"Sincere well-wisher to the trade and prosperity of the nation." "A ballance for merchants and mariners: containing an undoubted account of the principal causes of the great decay of trade; with proper directions to set our trade again on a right foot. By a sincere well-wisher to the trade and prosperity of the nation." 1.0 1
"One who did reside in the family." "The illegal lovers; a true secret history. Being an amour between a person of condition and his sister. Written by one who did reside in the family." 1.0 1
"Bayly, Benjamin," "The true notion of moderation;" 1.0 1
"Anderson, John," "A letter to Mr. Jonathan Adams, his wife, the inhabitants of Rochester, and the public in general, in which the extraordinary and unparalleled case of Doctor Sinclair, is fairly and impartially stated. With the cause of Mrs. Sinclair's elopement." 1.0 1
"Anderson, John," "Mr. Anderson's letters upon the overtures concerning kirk-sessions and presbyteries." 1.0 1
"Belbin, Peter," "A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mr. Benjamin Tomkins," 1.0 1
"Belbin, Peter," "A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mr. George Elliott," 1.0 1
"Milner, Ralph," "The christian catechism." 1.0 1
"Pearson, John," "Practical observations on cancerous complaints:" 1.0 1
"Chicken, Edward." "No; -" 1.0 1
"Mortimer, John," "An essay, to the pious memory of that late reverend divine, Mr. George Trosse, of the City of Exon, who died suddenly upon the eleventh day of January, 1712-13. Aetatis suae 82. By J. M." 1.0 1
"Leman, Tanfield," "An historical deduction of government;" 1.0 1
"Almon, John," "A review of the reign of George the Second." 1.0 1
"Almon, John," "A letter to J. Kidgell," 1.0 1
"Almon, John," "The trial of John Almon, bookseller, upon an information, filed ex officio, By William De Grey, Esq; his Majesty's Attorney-General, for selling Junius's letter to the K----. Before the Right Hon. William Lord Mansfield, and a Special Jury of the County of Middlesex, In the Court of King's-Bench, Westminster-Hall, On Saturday the second Day of June, 1770. To which is prefixed a copy of the information. Taken in short hand." 1.0 1
"Almon, John," "A review of the reign of George II." 1.0 1
"Bohun, William." "A brief view of ecclesiastical jurisdiction," 1.0 1
"Baker, Robert," "Observations on the pictures now in exhibition at the Royal Academy, Spring Gardens, and Mr. Christie's by the author of the Remarks on the English language." 1.0 1
"Baker, Robert," "Reflections on the English language," 1.0 1
"Baker, Robert," "Witticisms and strokes of humour," 1.0 1
"Baker, Robert," "Remarks on the English language, in the nature of Vaugelas's remarks on the French; Being a Detection of many improper Expressions used in Conversation, and of many others to be found in Authors. To which is prefixed a discourse addressed to His Majesty." 1.0 1
"Ham, Robert," "The duty and advantages of national unity." 1.0 1
"Ham, Robert," "The right way of obtaining a good and safe peace with our enemies." 1.0 1
"Gastrell, Peregrine," "An enquiry into the exercise of some parts of ecclesiastical jurisdiction:" 1.0 1
"Colden, Cadwallader," "An explication of the first causes of action in matter;" 1.0 1
"Bentley, R." "An attempt towards an apology for His R---- H------ the D----." 1.0 1
"Bentley, R." "An attempt towards an apology for his R---- H------ the D----." 1.0 1
"Bentley, R." "A true and faithful account of the greatest wonder produced by nature these 3000 years," 1.0 1
"Walsh, John," "A cattalogue of musick:" 1.0 1
"Hayward, C." "A sermon preached at the parish church of Copford in Essex," 1.0 1
"Cochrane, James," "Thoughts concerning the uses of clay marl, as manure." 1.0 1
"Meres, John," "The equity of parliaments," 1.0 2
"Pratt," "The shadows of Shakespeare:" 1.0 1
"Pratt," "Sympathy, a poem." 1.0 2
"Pratt," "The triumph of benevolence;" 1.0 1
"Montriou, J. A. L." "Elements of universal history," 1.0 1
"Turnor, Edward," "The true case of Mrs. Clerke:" 1.0 1
"Meilan, Mark Anthony," "Rational dialogues." 1.0 1
"Roberts, Daniel," "Some memoirs of the life of John Roberts." 16.0 2
"Kames, Henry Home," "Essays upon several subjects in law," 1.0 1
"Wallace, James," "Every man his own letter-writer:" 1.0 1
"Gordon, George," "The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For high treason, at the bar of the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The second part. Taken in Short-Hand, by Joseph Gurney." 1.0 1
"Gordon, George," "The trial of the Honourable George Gordon," 1.0 1
"Gordon, George," "Innocence vindicated, and the intrigues of Popery and its abettors displayed," 1.0 2
"Gordon, George," "The trial of Lord George Gordon," 1.0 1
"Lover of the truth and peace." "Candid remarks on a pamphlet," 1.0 1
"Marriott, James," "A letter to the Dutch merchants in England." 1.0 1
"Marriott, James," "The rights and privileges of both the universities and of the University of Cambridge in particular defended in a charge to the grand jury at the Quarter Sessions for the Peace held in and for the Town of Cambridge the tenth Day of October 1768. Also an argument in the case of the colleges of Christ and Emmanuel. By James Marriott, LL.D." 1.0 1
"Marriott, James," "The case of the Dutch ships, considered." 2.0 3
"T. W.," "The country priest." 1.0 1
"Watson, Thomas," "Original correspondence on the respective tenets of the two orders of Episcopalians in Scotland:" 1.0 1
"Hopkins, Ezekiel," "A short exposition of the Ten Commandments," 1.0 1
"Hughes, John," "Calypso and Telemachus." 1.0 1
"Hughes, John," "The complicated guilt of the late rebellion." 1.0 1
"Hutcheson, Archibald," "The case of contracts for South-Sea stock," 1.0 1
"Hutcheson, Archibald," "Some seasonable considerations for those who are desirous, by subscription, or purchase, to become proprietors of South-Sea stock." 1.0 1
"Crosfeild, Robert." "England's warning-piece." 1.0 1
"Tomkins, Timothy." "A letter to Mr. Steele, concerning the removal of the Pretender from Lorrain, occasion'd by the Crisis. Written by an Englishman." 1.0 1
"Jacob, Hildebrand," "Hymn to the goddess of silence." 1.0 1
"Jacob, Hildebrand," "The silent flute, a poem:" 1.0 1
"Jacob, Hildebrand," "Chiron to Achilles;" 1.0 1
"Aldridge, Thomas." "The prevalency of prayer," 1.0 1
"Stanhope, George," "Meditations and prayers for sick persons." 1.0 1
"Turner, Joseph," "An epistle to Dr. Young." 5.0 2
"Billingsley, Nicholas," "A sermon occasioned by the death of the late Reverend Mr. Hubert Stogdon." 1.0 1
"Billingsley, Nicholas," "A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Thomas Morgan," 1.0 2
"Ball, Richard," "A warning to Europe:" 1.0 1
"Eyre, Edward," "A friend to old England," 1.0 1
"Serious divine." "The solitary soul seeking immortality, finds the foundation of felicity in meditation and prayer Done by a serious divine in solitude, and sent out for the consolation of all pious christians, who desire to find the Kingdom of Christ while they are in the Body, and the Enjoyment of compleat Happiness, when Mortality shall be swallowed up of Life." 1.0 1
"Barry, James." "The only refuge of a troubled soul," 1.0 1
"Cowper, Spencer," "A letter to a young lady on the sacrament, with a summary of the evidence for Christianity. In two parts. By the Hon. and Rev. Spencer Cowper, D.D. Dean of Durham." 1.0 1
"Robertson, John," "The true and antient manner of reading Hebrew without points:" 1.0 1
"Allen, Robert," "A new trade laid open from the islands of Tobago, Granados, And others of the Leeward Islands, to the Spanish main, in the Kingdom of Peru, And from Cape Florida to the Havanna and La Vera Cruz, in the Kingdom of Mexico. By a gentleman who resided many years in both kingdoms." 1.0 1
"Clowes, J." "Dialogues on the nature," 1.0 1
"Sharpe, Isaac," "A new-Year's gift for the Ratcliff convert to Muggletonianism:" 1.0 2
"Sharpe, Isaac," "The regular clergy's sole right to administer Christian Baptism, asserted:" 1.0 1
"Sharpe, Isaac," "This is the time: or serious advice to a country friend, concerning the election of members of parliament." 1.0 1
"Haigh, James." "A hint to the dyers, and cloth-makers." 1.0 1
"Haigh, James." "The dyer's assistant in the art of dying wool" 3.0 2
"Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas," "The art of poetry," 6.0 2
"Boileau-Despréaux, Nicolas," "The lutrin: an heroi-comical poem. In six cantos. By Monsieur Boileau. To which is prefix'd, some account of the author's writings, and this translation: by N. Rowe Esq; The third edition, corrected and revis'd by the last Paris edition. Adorn'd with cuts." 1.0 1
"Tomkinson, Thomas," "A system of religion," 1.0 1
"Stacy, Edmund," "The black-Bird's tale. A poem." 1.0 2
"Stacy, Edmund," "The black-Bird's tale." 1.0 1
"Stacy, Edmund," "The tale of the robin-red-breast, a poem. By the author of the Black bird's tale." 1.0 1
"Stacy, Edmund," "The tale of the raven and the blackbird." 1.0 2
"Stacy, Edmund," "The parliament of birds." 1.0 1
"Stacy, Edmund," "Britannia's memorial" 1.0 1
"Blacklock, Thomas," "An essay on universal etymology:" 1.0 1
"Blacklock, Thomas," "Poems on several occasions." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "A representation concerning the knowledge of commerce as a national concern; pointing out the proper means of promoting such knowledge in this kingdom. By J. Massie." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "A plan for the establishment of charity-houses for exposed or deserted women and girls, and for penitent prostitutes." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "Facts which shew the necessity of establishing a regular method for the punctual, frequent and certain payment of seamen employed in the Royal Navy. Most humbly submitted to the Consideration of Parliament." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "Considerations on the leather trade of Great Britain. Containing, an account of the losses which the landed as well as trading interests suffer by the exportation of unmanufactured British leather. And an Estimate of the Profits which would arise, to the Nobility, Gentry, Freeholders, Farmers, and Graziers, of this Kingdom, if the Exportation of such Leather was prohibited. The whole being founded upon the former Policy of England in Regard to Leather, as is shewn by Extracts from several Laws; and stated in-so plain a Manner, that Freeholders, Farmers, &c. who are deeply interested in this Branch of Trade, will be able to find out, whether what is said concerning it, be true or false." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "Reasons humbly offered against laying any further British duties on wrought silks of the manufacture of Italy, the kingdom of Naples and Sicily, or Holland: shewing the probable ill consequences of such a Measure in regard to the Landed Interest, Woollen Manufacturies, Silk Manufacturies, Fisheries, Wealth, and Naval Power of Great Britain." 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "An essay on the governing causes of the natural rate of interest;" 1.0 1
"Massie, J." "Observations relating to British and Spanish proceedings, &c." 1.0 1
"Minister of the Established Church." "The observation of the Christian sabbath recommended," 1.0 1
"Jennings, Nathaniel." "A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Sarah Johnson," 1.0 1
"Butler, Samuel," "The mercy of God;" 1.0 1
"Perkins, Benjamin Douglas," "The efficacy of Perkins's patent metallic tractors," 1.0 1
"Perkins, Benjamin Douglas," "The influence of metallic tractors on the human body," 1.0 1
"Addington, Anthony," "An essay on the sea-scurvy:" 1.0 1
"Godwin, William," "A defence of the Rockingham party," 1.0 1
"Smart, Christopher," "Hannah." 1.0 1
"Smart, Christopher," "Poems on several occasions." 1.0 1
"Palke, William." "The divinity of Jesus Christ," 1.0 1
"Renwick, William," "An attempt to restore the primitive natural constitution of mankind," 1.0 1
"Marshall, Nathaniel," "A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor," 1.0 1
"Marshall, Nathaniel," "A sermon preach'd before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster; on Tuesday, January XXX. MDCCXXI." 1.0 1
"Bartlet, William," "The power of violence and resolution," 1.0 1
"Bartlet, William," "Barnabas's character and success." 1.0 1
"Norman, John," "Remarks on a sermon preached at Petersfield, June the 17th, 1722. By the Reverend Mr. William Lowth," 1.0 1
"Norman, John," "The nature and extent of Christ's church, consider'd." 1.0 1
"Norman, John," "Lay-Nonconformity justified," 13.0 4
"Norman, John," "Lay-Nonconformity farther justify'd." 1.0 1
"Norman, John," "A charge delivered at the ordination of the Reverend Mr. John Rice," 1.0 1
"Parry, George," "The lawfulness, nature, and obligation of oaths." 1.0 1
"Washington, Henry," "Peace and unity recommended. In a farewel sermon, preached in the chapel of West-Cowes, in the Isle of Wight, on Sunday, October 31. 1742. By Henry Washington, M. A. of Queen's College, in Oxford." 1.0 1
"Walsh, Thomas," "The whole armour of God." 1.0 1
"Randall, John," "The disappointment;" 1.0 1
"Reader, Thomas," "The three witnesses in heaven:" 1.0 1
"Reader, Thomas," "Israel's salvation: or, an account from the prophecies of scripture of the grand events which await the Jews, to the end of time. By Thomas Reader." 1.0 1
"Reader, Thomas," "A letter to the Reverend Sir Harry Trelawny," 1.0 1
"Smyth, Edward," "Mrs. Rowe's devout exercises of the heart, in meditation and soliloquy, prayer and praise; turned into blank verse, by the Rev. Edward Smyth." 1.0 1
"Smyth, Edward," "A poetical paraphrase on the story of Dives and Lazarus," 1.0 1
"Gregorian." "The hint: or, a free thought, or two," 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "Calpe," 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "Gibraltar;" 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "Mac-Dermot: or, the Irish fortune-hunter. A poem. In six canto's. By the author of The art of dress." 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "The strolers." 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "The church-Scuffle: or, news from St. Andrew's. A ballad." 1.0 1
"Breval, John," "Ovid in Masquerade." 1.0 1
"Bate, Julius," "Remarks upon Dr. Benson's sermon on the gospel-method of justification. By Julius Bate, A.M." 1.0 1
"Bate, Julius," "An hebrew grammar: formed on the usage of the words by the inspired writers:" 1.0 1
"Bate, Julius," "A defence of Mr. Hutchinson's plan: being an answer to the modest apology, &c. in a letter to the country-clergyman." 1.0 1
"Physician in town." "A second letter from a physician in town to another at Bath." 1.0 1
"Underhill, Edward," "The abuse of liberty the decay of Christianity." 1.0 1
"Flockmaker, Tom." "Worcestershire-Queries about peace." 1.0 1
"Cooke, George." "The complete English farmer:" 1.0 1
"Rimbron, Thomas." "The domestic monitor:" 1.0 1
"Garth, Samuel," "Claremont." 1.0 1
"Sabin, John." "A brief description of the Collegiate Church and Choir of St. Mary; in the borough of Warwick," 1.0 1
"Sabin, John." "A brief description of the collegiate church and choir of St. Mary," 1.0 1
"Sabin, John." "A brief description of the collegiate church and choir of St. Mary, in the borough of Warwick;" 1.0 1
"Needham, John Turberville," "A letter from Paris, concerning some new electrical experiments made there." 1.0 1
"Merchant who had Resided Many Years at Leghorn." "A letter to a friend from a merchant who had resided many years at Leghorn: giving an account of the methods taken by that state to prevent infection. Together with the Author's Thoughts what we ought to do at this Conjuncture, in order to preserve our Health and Trade." 1.0 1
"Lovell, Salathiel," "Mr. Baron L------'s charge to the grand jury for the county of Devon," 1.0 1
"Gould, Nathaniel," "A defence of An essay on the publick debts of this kingdom," 1.0 2
"Gould, Nathaniel," "An essay on the publick debts of this kingdom." 1.0 3
"Durette, François Parrain de." "A treatise concerning the abuse of confessions of faith;" 1.0 1
"Shepherd, R." "The requisition of subscription to the Thirty-Nine Articles and liturgy of the Church of England not inconsistent with Christian liberty:" 1.0 1
"Ballard, Thomas," "Bibliotheca Showereana: or, a catalogue of the library of the late Learned and Reverend Mr. John Shower." 1.0 1
"Ballard, Thomas," "Bibliotheca Salmoneana, pars prima. Or, a catalogue of part of the library of the learned William Salmon, M.D. deceas'd." 1.0 1
"Reeves, John," "Thoughts on the English government." 1.0 1
"Cavallo, Tiberius," "A treatise on magnetism," 1.0 1
"Day, Thomas," "The history of Sandford and Merton." 6.0 2
"Day, Thomas," "The devoted legions:" 1.0 1
"Day, Thomas," "A dialogue between a Justice of the Peace and a farmer." 1.0 1
"Day, Thomas," "A dialogue between a justice of the peace and a farmer." 1.0 1
"Day, Thomas," "The history of little Jack." 1.0 1
"Day, Thomas," "The dying negro," 21.0 3
"Sincere seeker." "The field cleared of the noble stand:" 1.0 1
"Alexander," "Milk for babes," 1.0 1
"Piercy, John William." "An epistle to the Right Honourable John, Earl of Sandwich, &c." 1.0 1
"Hall, R." "The history of the barbarous cruelties and massacres, committed by the Dutch in the East-Indies." 1.0 1
"Digbeye, Glubech." "Robin's pathetick tale, an heroic poem. Written by Glubech Digbeye, gent." 1.0 1
"Boyse, Samuel," "The olive: an ode. Occasion'd by the auspicious success of His Majesty's counsels, and His Majesty's most happy return. In the stanza of Spenser." 1.0 1
"Boyse, Samuel," "Albion's triumph. An ode," 1.0 1
"Boyse, Samuel," "Deity:" 13.0 2
"Boyse, Samuel," "Translations and poems written on several subjects." 1.0 1
"Gonson, John," "A charge to the grand jury of the city and liberty of Westminster, &c. At the general quarter-sessions of the peace, held the third day of July, 1729," 1.0 1
"Adam, Thomas," "The poor man's guide to heaven, or the gospel way of salvation plainly taught. In a sermon from Titus ii. 11, 12, By the Rev. Thomas Adam Late Rector of Wintringham." 1.0 1
"Noris, Matteo," "Tito Manlio." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "L'issipile." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Nitteti; a serious opera." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Il re pastore" 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Didone." 7.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Catone." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "L'eroe cinese;" 3.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Adriano in Syria." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Demetrio;" 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "La generosità D'Alessandro, a serious opera, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay Market. The music by Signor Tarchi, under the Direction of Signor Frederici." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Semiramis. Riconosciuta." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "La generosità D'Alessandro: a serious opera, in two acts. As performed at the King's Theatre, in the Hay-Market. The Music entirely new, by Signor Tarchi." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "La semiramide riconsciuta." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Artaserse, an opera; as performed at the King's-Theatre in the Hay-Market. The music by Signor Tomaso Giordani, A Neapolitan Composer, Except those Songs which are marked thus. The poetry by the celebrated Metastasio, altered by Giovan Gualberto Bottarelli. Most of the translation by Mr. Carara, Professor of the Italian Language." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Artaserse." 13.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "L'olimpiade," 19.0 3
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Il conclave del M DCC LXXIV." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "L'olimpiade." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Artaxerxes." 24.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Ezio," 2.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Siroe, Re di Persia." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "La passione di Giesuc̀risto" 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Demetrio," 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Ezio;" 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Poro, re Dell'indie. Drama. Da rappresentarsi nel Regio Teatro di Hay-Market. Done into English by Mr. Humphreys." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Demofoonte. Drama per musica." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Semiramide riconosciuta," 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Alessandro nelle Indie." 6.0 2
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Didone" 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Il ciro riconosciuto." 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Zenobia. Dramma per musica," 1.0 1
"Metastasio, Pietro," "Ezio." 1.0 1
"Tasso, Torquato," "The third book of Tasso's Jerusalem. Written originally in Italian. Attempted in English. By Mr. Bond." 1.0 1
"Tasso, Torquato," "Tasso's Jerusalem, an epic poem." 1.0 1
"James, Joseph," "Extraordinary case of suicide:" 1.0 1
"Sadler, Francis." "The exactions and impositions of parish fees discovered." 34.0 4
"Moonraker." "Brother Tom to Brother Peter, or Peter paid in his own pence:" 1.0 1
"Beausobre, Isaac de," "St. Jatzko:" 1.0 1
"West-India planter." "Remarks on the evidence delivered on the petition presented by the West-India Planters and Merchants, to the Hon. the House of Commons, on the 16th of March 1775, as it was introduced at the bar and summed up by Mr. Glover, so far as the same respects Barbadoes and the Leewar Islands. In a letter to a Member of Parliament. By a West-India planter." 1.0 1
"Meanwell, J." "Some trifling thoughts on serious subjects." 1.0 1
"Z----h, A----r." "Considerations on the dispute now depending before the Honourable House of Commons, between the British, southern, and northern plantations in America. In a letter to -" 1.0 1
"Bundy, Richard," "Remarks on the Defence of the plea for human reason, &c. By the author of the plea for divine revelation." 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "Popery a spiritual tyranny," 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon concerning the forgiveness of sin, as a debt." 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon preach'd upon occasion of the funeral of the Reverend Mr. Daniel Burgess," 1.0 2
"Henry, Matthew," "A church in the house." 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "Disputes review'd:" 10.0 2
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon, concerning the work and success of the ministry." 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Atkinson," 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon preach'd at Chester, on occasion of opening the new Meeting-House there, August 8, 1700." 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "A sermon preach'd at the funeral of Mr. Samuel Lawrence," 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "Christ's favour to little children," 1.0 1
"Henry, Matthew," "Hope and fear balanc'd: in a sermon preach'd at the Tuesday lecture at Salters Hall, July 24. 1711." 1.0 1
"Hiberno-Britannus." "Thoughts on some late removals in Ireland," 1.0 1
"R. S." "The counter-Scuffle." 1.0 1
"R. S." "The counter scuffle." 1.0 1
"Read, William," "A short but exact account of all the diseases incident to the eyes," 1.0 2
"P. K." "Nomenclatura trilinguis anglo-latino-græca:" 1.0 1
"Croft, Herbert," "The second part of The abbey of Kilkhampton; or, monumental records for the year 1980. Faithfully transcribed from the original inscriptions, Which are still perfect, and appear to be drawn up in a Stile devoid of fulsome Panegyric, or unmerited Detraction." 1.0 1
"Croft, Herbert," "The wreck of Westminster Abbey," 1.0 1
"Croft, Herbert," "The abbey of Kilkhampton." 1.0 1
"Croft, Herbert," "The second part of The Abbey of Kilkhampton; or, monumental records for the year 1980. Faithfully transcribed from the original inscriptions, Which are still perfect, and appear to be drawn up in a Stile devoid of fulsome Panegyric, or unmerited Detraction." 1.0 1
"Croft, Herbert," "The abbey of Kilkhampton;" 1.0 7
"Croft, Herbert," "Some account of an intended publication of the statutes. On a plan entirely new. By Herbert Croft, Esq. Barrister at law." 1.0 1
"Gentleman at the Hague." "An answer from a gentleman at the Hague, to a letter from his friend in London, in regard to a late resignation." 1.0 1
"Coriolanus," "A letter to the mob of Great-Britain. Humbly dedicated to the most Reverend Dr. S---------ll." 1.0 1
"Author of Cry aloud and spare not." "The free-Born Englishman's unmask'd battery; or, a short narrative of our miserable condition. Grounded upon undeniable facts, for the plain, honest information of the publick; whose Right, and Interest, it is to Address Relief; and to endeavour, at least, to make the best of their Bad Markets. With Some Quotations from the Great and Famous William Penn, the Quaker; Explaining the Duty of a True Protestant Dissenter to the King, &c. By the author of Cry aloud and spare not." 1.0 1
"Campbell, Robert," "The glory of Christ displayed in the conversion of the nations:" 1.0 1
"Towne, John," "A critical inquiry into the opinions and practice of the ancient philosophers," 1.0 1
"D. P.," "Brief reflections on Sir Richard Steele's large dedication to the Pope," 1.0 1
"Free-Holder." "A letter to the free-holders, &c. of Great-Britain," 1.0 1
"Shone ap Morgan ap Shenkin ap Howell, &c." "The welchman's last will and testament." 1.0 1
"Gregory, G." "The life of Thomas Chatterton," 1.0 1
"Fairman, William." "A new method for obtaining the longitude at sea." 1.0 1
"Grame, James," "The famous tryal of the late reverend and learned Mr. James Grame, episcopal minister of Dunfermline; formerly Professor of Humanity at St. Andrew's, before the several courts of church judicature, in Scotland. Who was amongst other Things, Arraign'd by the Commissioners for the Kirk Session at Dunfermline, Condemn'd, and at last Depos'd by the Provincial Synod of Fyfe, on the 20th of June 1701, for having advanc'd and maintain'd Two of the Great and Capital Truths of the Christian Religion, viz. I. That Christ died for all those that Profess the Gospel. II. That he hath purchas'd Pardon and Salvation for them, upon Condition that they believe in Him, and Repent of their Sins. Being A True and Impartial Narrative of the Presbyterian Proceedings against Mr. Grame; Together with his Defences at large. The whole writ by the Defendant soon after he was depos'd, and now first publish'd for the Information of such as are Strangers to the Doctrine and Tenets of Presbyterians." 1.0 1
"Brickell, John," "The natural history of North-Carolina." 1.0 1
"Adams, John Quincy," "An answer to Pain's Rights of man. By John Adams, Esq." 1.0 1
"Walker, George," "The necessity and advantages of an early piety:" 1.0 1
"Walker, George," "Religion necessary both to constitute the nature," 1.0 1
"Hamilton, William," "An account of the earthquakes in Calabria, Sicily, &c." 1.0 1
"Deverell, Mary," "Mary, Queen of Scots;" 1.0 1
"Deverell, Mary," "Theodora and Didymus," 1.0 1
"Deverell, Mary," "Theodora & Didymus," 1.0 1
"Knowles, Thomas," "An answer to An essay on spirit:" 1.0 1
"Knowles, Thomas," "A sermon preached at Saint Edmund's Bury," 1.0 1
"Knowles, Thomas," "The existence and attributes of God not demonstrable à priori; in answer to the arguments of the learned Dr. Clarke, and his followers: and more particularly, to a late pamphlet, intitled, The argument à priori &c. stated and consider'd. By Thomas Knowles, B. A. of Pembroke-Hall in Cambridge." 1.0 1
"Primatt, William," "Cursing no argument of sincerity:" 1.0 1
"N. E." "The females advocate: or, an essay, to prove that the sisters in every church of Christ, have a right to church-government as well as the bretheren. Design'd chiefly for the use of those of the Congregational, and Antipedobaptist persuasion; (who Professedly own, That Church-Government is wholly committed to every Particular Church of Christ) and may be of Use to all others, that own the Word of God to be the only Rule, and Directory for the Right Order, Life pline, and Government of the Church of God. Humbly presented, by N. E. a lover of the just liberty and purity of the churches of Christ, of every denomination among us this Day." 1.0 1
"Jones, Lewis," "A sermon (with a dedication and preface) upon the Common Prayer and Communion:" 1.0 1
"Bromley, Robert Anthony," "A sermon preached at Fitz-Roy Chapel, on occasion of the general fast, appointed to be held on Friday, the 19th day of April, 1793, for imploring the divine blessing on His Majesty's arms by sea and land. By the Rev. Robert Anthony Bromley, B. D. Minister of that Chapel, and Rector of St. Mildred's in the Poultry." 1.0 1
"Bromley, Robert Anthony," "A sermon preached in the chapel of the Hospital for the Maintenance and Education of Exposed and Deserted Young Children." 1.0 1
"Bromley, Robert Anthony," "A sermon, preached at Fitzroy Chapel," 1.0 1
"Lightbody, James." "The measurer and gauger's guide." 1.0 1
"Lightbody, James." "The merchant's directory for casting up custom duties," 1.0 1
"Lightbody, James." "The new art of gauging and measuring without inches or division." 1.0 1
"Experienced practitioner in this branch of gardening," "A new treatise on the art of grafting and inoculation." 1.0 1
"Haydon, John," "The saints complaint," 1.0 1
"Rusticus." "Reasons for an amendment of the statute of 28 Henry VIII.c.II. [section] 3. which gives to the successor in ecclesiastical benefices all the profits from the day of the vacancy: in a letter to a friend, from a country clergyman." 1.0 1
"Lady of quality." "Woman triumphant: or, the excellency of the female sex;" 1.0 1
"Welch Attorney." "A draught of a bill of complaint in the High Court of C---nc--ry, by Mrs. Magna Britannia, complaint. against Robert de Houghton, and others, defendants, Praying A Discovery of Secret Services for some Years past, Relief from several hard Contracts which the Complainant hath, against her Will, been forced into; and an Enquiry into the present State of her Affairs. As Likewise That Writs, Ne exeat Regno, be issued forthwith against the Defendants in her Behalf. By a Welch attorney." 1.0 1
"Williams, Thomas," "A sketch of the speech of the Hon. Thomas Erskine," 1.0 1
"Williams, Thomas," "An entire new work," 1.0 1
"Williams, Thomas," "A vindication of the Calvinistic doctrines of human depravity," 1.0 1
"Williams, Thomas," "Infant salvation:" 1.0 1
"Spencer, Joshua." "Thoughts on an union." 1.0 1
"Hodges, Thomas," "Plantation justice." 1.0 1
"Hutton, Charles," "The ladies' diary:" 8.0 5
"M. H.," "The lover's week: or, the six days adventures of Philander and Amaryllis." 1.0 2
"M. H.," "The female deserters." 1.0 1
"Kelly, John," "The married philosopher:" 1.0 1
"Kelly, John," "The plot. As it is perform'd by His Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. With the musick prefix'd to each song." 1.0 1
"Brady, Nicholas," "A sermon preach'd at Richmond in Surrey, upon July the 7th, 1713." 1.0 1
"Rousseau, Jean-Jacques," "Pygmalion," 1.0 1
"Rousseau, Jean-Jacques," "The gospel of reason." 1.0 1
"Rousseau, Jean-Jacques," "A project for perpetual peace. By J. J. Rousseau, Citizen of Geneva. Translated from the French, with a preface by the translator." 1.0 1
"Rousseau, Jean-Jacques," "A discourse, to which the prize was adjudged by the Academy of Dijon, in the year 1750, on this question proposed by that academy: whether the re-establishment of arts and sciences has contributed to purify our morals. By a citizen of Geneva. Translated from the French, by R. Wynne, A.M." 1.0 1
"La Trobe, Benjamin," "A succinct view of the missions established among the heathen by the Church of the Brethren," 1.0 1
"Ronquillo, Pedro," "The political views of the court of France delineated. Shewing the perfidious conduct of the French with regard to the treaties of the Pyrenees, Aix la Chapelle and Nimeguen. From the Spanish of Don Pedro Ronquillo, Ambassador of Spain to King Charles II. being a proper supplement to Sir William Temple's memoirs. With a Preface Written while the Treaty of Utrecht was negociated, remarking the further Breach of Faith in the French, with regard to the Twenty Years Truce, the Peace of Ryswick, and the Partition Treaty." 1.0 1
"Halifax, George Savile," "Some cautions offered to the consideration of those who are to chuse members to serve in the ensuing parliament." 1.0 1
"Fortrey, Samuel," "England's interest and improvement," 1.0 1
"Catherall, Samuel," "Eikōn Sōkratikē." 1.0 1
"Catherall, Samuel," "An essay on the conflagration in blank verse." 1.0 1
"Gronniosaw, James Albert Ukawsaw." "A narrative of the most remarkable particulars in the life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw," 1.0 1
"Hodgson, James," "An introduction to chronology:" 1.0 1
"Hodgson, James," "The valuation of annuities upon lives;" 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "A panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow," 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "Trivia:" 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "The wife of Bath." 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "Polly:" 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "Two epistles;" 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "Achilles." 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "The beggar's opera." 36.0 6
"Gay, John," "The mad dog, a tale. By H---------- J--------- Esq;" 1.0 1
"Gay, John," "L'opera du gueux," 1.0 1
"Gale, John," "A thanksgiving-Sermon preach'd November 5. 1713." 1.0 2
"Gale, John," "A thanksgiving sermon preach'd November 5. 1713." 1.0 1
"Gale, John," "The insufficiency of external observances," 1.0 1
"Gale, John," "Universal charity," 1.0 1
"Spilsbury, Francis." "Advice to those who are afflicted with the venereal disease." 1.0 1
"Regulus." "The town-Council. A poem." 2.0 2
"Smith, Samuel," "David's repentance," 1.0 1
"Smith, Samuel," "David's repentance:" 1.0 1
"Smith, Samuel," "Publick spirit, illustrated in the life and designs of the Reverend Thomas Bray, D.D. late minister of St. Botolph without Aldgate." 1.0 1
"Smith, Samuel," "The great assize:" 19.0 2
"Smith, Samuel," "An account of the late dreadful fire at Tiverton" 1.0 1
"Ridpath, George," "The reducing of Scotland by arms." 1.0 1
"Ridpath, George," "An appeal to the word of God for the Trinity in unity," 1.0 2
"Real Friend to Truth and the Gospel." "The church of England try'd by herself:" 1.0 1
"Oates, Titus," "The witch of Endor:" 1.0 1
"Morland, John," "A rational account of the causes of chronic diseases." 1.0 1
"Harris, Daniel," "A sermon preach'd at Rumford in the county of Essex, on Monday the 22d of October, 1722." 1.0 1
"Maxfield, Thomas," "Christ the great gift of God:" 1.0 1
"Erskine, Thomas Erskine," "Mr. Erskine's speech, at the trial of Lord George Gordon, in the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, February 5, 1781." 1.0 1
"Erskine, Thomas Erskine," "A view of the causes and consequences of the present war with France." 1.0 4
"McDermot, Murtagh." "A trip to the moon." 1.0 1
"I. G.," "The history of Filchum Cantum;" 1.0 1
"Glas, John," "Notes on scripture-texts." 1.0 1
"Glas, John," "The unlawfulness of blood-eating," 1.0 1
"Shemajah, Elizaphan." "A letter to the patriots of Change-Alley. Offering some considerations to prove stockjobbing to be a great security and advantage both to Church and State. By Elizaphan Shemajah, A Converted Jew." 1.0 1
"Hey, Richard," "A dissertation on suicide. Published, by appointment, as having gained a prize (may 1785) in the University of Cambridge. By Richard Hey, LL. D. Fellow of Magdalen College, Cambridge; and Barrister at Law of the Middle Temple." 1.0 1
"Hey, Richard," "A dissertation on the pernicious effects of gaming." 1.0 1
"Hey, Richard," "A dissertation on duelling. Published, by appointment, as having gained a prize (may 1784) in the university of Cambridge. By Richard Hey, LL. D. Fellow of Magdalen College." 1.0 1
"H. B." "A letter concerning the glory and excellency of the peaceable state of the kingdom of the Messiah: wherein the nature of warlike heroism, and that of Christian fortitude, are distinguished." 1.0 1
"H. B." "A letter to the Reverend Dr. Sherlock." 1.0 1
"J. S.," "A letter to the Reverend Dr. Snape, occasion'd by the dangerous consequences drawn from the wrong application of the word separation, particularly as it is urg'd by Mr. Pillonniere, in his syllogistic performance against Dr. Snape; and his pernicious Notion of the Church's Authority: Plainly proving from Both, that Mr. Pillonniere is still a Papist, or of no certain Religion. By a convert from the Church of Rome t the Church of England." 1.0 1
"J. S.," "A letter to the Reverend Mr. Moncrieff," 1.0 1
"Gooch, Elizabeth Sarah Villa-Real," "An appeal to the public," 1.0 1
"Fiott, John," "Three addresses, to the proprietors of East-India stock, and the publick, on the subject of the shipping concerns of the Company." 1.0 1
"Bradley, Henry," "Physical and philosophical remarks on Dr. Dover's late pamphlet," 1.0 1
"Bradley, Henry," "A treatise on mercury," 1.0 1
"Freire, João," "The most celebrated popish ecclesiastical romance:" 1.0 1
"M. K.," "Letters between Mrs. M*** K*****," 1.0 1
"Carlisle, John," "The nature of religious zeal." 1.0 1
"Wilcox, Daniel," "The duty of holding fast the form of sound words." 1.0 1
"Wilcox, Daniel," "The noble stand. Second part." 1.0 1
"Wilcox, Daniel," "The noble stand." 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "A sermon preached (in part). Before the Right Worshipful the Dean of the Arches, and the Reverend the clergy of the deanery of Shoreham;" 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "Thanksgiving for a plentiful harvest." 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "Infidelity the ruin of a people;" 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "A sermon preached (in part) before the Right Worshipful the Dean of the Arches, and the Reverend the clergy of the deanery of Shoreham;" 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "Gospel-Repentance:" 1.0 1
"Piers, Henry," "A letter in defence of our present liturgy;" 1.0 1
"Duncan, John," "A companion for the closet," 1.0 1
"Duncan, John," "A companion for the Sabbath;" 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "S----s and J----l. A new ballad." 1.0 3
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "The country girl: an ode." 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "The wife and the nurse:" 1.0 2
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "A dialogue between G--s E---e and B--b D---n." 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "An ode from the E---- of B---- to ambition." 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "An ode to the Right Honourable Stephen Poyntz, Esq;" 1.0 2
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "Place-Book for the year seventeen-hundred," 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "A dialogue between Gs E-e and Bb D-n." 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "The old coachman: a new ballad. To which is added, Labour in vain." 1.0 1
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "The odes" 8.0 3
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "The heroes: a new ballad." 1.0 2
"Hanbury Williams, Charles," "A collection of poems, principally consisting of the most celebrated pieces of Sir Charles Hanbury Williams, Knight of the Bath." 1.0 1
"Generosus." "The nature of patronage," 1.0 1
"Weeks, John," "A discourse on the state of souls," 1.0 1
"Jones, Robert," "Artificial fire-works," 1.0 1
"Jones, Robert," "A treatise on skating:" 1.0 1
"Jones, Robert," "Artificial fireworks," 1.0 1
"C. B." "The management of the four last years vindicated:" 1.0 1
"Season, Henry," "Speculum anni:" 17.0 5
"Kemble, John Philip," "Songs in Lodoiska;" 1.0 1
"Kemble, John Philip," "Lodoiska;" 1.0 2
"Bewicke, Wilson," "The spiritual harvest," 1.0 1
"Jackson, William," "Sermons on practical and important subjects, by the late Rev. W. F. Jackson, tried and convicted for high treason, in Dublin, April 23, 1795." 1.0 1
"Jackson, William," "Thoughts on the causes of the delay of the Westminster Scrutiny." 1.0 1
"Jackson, William," "Lycidas: a musical entertainment. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The words altered from Milton." 1.0 1
"Tolfrey, Samuel." "Short remarks on Mr. Twining's observations on the question to be balloted for at the East-India-House, January 14, 1795. By Samuel Tolfrey, A Proprietor of India Stock." 1.0 1
"Velleius Paterculus," "The roman history of C. Velleius Paterculus." 1.0 1
"Bogue, David," "The diffusion of divine truth." 1.0 1
"Bogue, David," "The great importance of having right sentiments in religion:" 1.0 1
"Guilhermin, Mary." "A series of letters for the use of young ladies and gentlemen in French and English." 1.0 1
"Hutcheson, Francis," "Considerations on patronages." 1.0 1
"Crumpton, William." "A plain and comprehensive treatise of decimals and mensuration." 1.0 1
"Fairchild, Thomas," "The city gardener." 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Bertoldo, Bertoldino e Cacasenno alla corte del Rè Alboino:" 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "La buona figliuola maritata," 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "The accomplish'd maid:" 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "La buona figliuola;" 12.0 2
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Lo speziale, the apothecary, a comic opera;" 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Bertoldo, Bertoldino, e Cacasenno alla corte del Rè Alboino." 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Gli uccellatori, a new comic opera," 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "The maid of the vale;" 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Germondo; a new serious opera; as performed at the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market, the poetry by Signor Goldoni, the music entirely new by the celebrated Signor Tomaso Trajetta, the translation by F. Bottarelli, A. M." 1.0 1
"Goldoni, Carlo," "Le pescatrici. Opera comica. Da rappresentarsi sopra il Teatro di S.M.B." 1.0 1
"Williams, William Bell." "The alarm of fire improved." 2.0 2
"Williams, William Bell." "The triumphant believer." 1.0 1
"Williams, William Bell." "A sermon preached at All Saints, High-Wycombe, Bucks, on Sunday, January 1, 1792." 1.0 1
"Country farmer." "Three letters to a member of the honourable House of Commons," 1.0 1
"Country farmer." "The present taxes compared to the payments made to the publick within the memory of man." 1.0 1
"Willison, John," "A letter to an English Member of Parliament, from a gentleman in Scotland," 1.0 1
"Willison, John," "Gospel-Hymns, in memory of redeeming love, and of the death and sufferings of the Lord Jesus Christ, for perishing sinners. For the use of children. By the Rev. Mr. John Willison, Late Minister of the Gospel at Dundee." 1.0 1
"Willison, John," "A prophecy of the French Revolution," 1.0 1
"Toplady, Augustus Montague." "Moral and political moderation recommended:" 1.0 1
"Gouge, Thomas," "The young man's guide, through the wilderness of this world, to the heavenly Canaan." 1.0 1
"Enemy to pious fraud." "A Sovereign remedy for the cure of hypocrisy and blind zeal," 1.0 1
"Hardy, Samuel," "The indispensible necessity of constantly celebrating the Christian sacrifice, plainly proved from Scripture and antiquity. By Samuel Hardy, A. B. Curate of Layham." 1.0 1
"Hicks, Samuel." "Six discourses on the following subjects:" 1.0 1
"Masters, Thomas." "A sermon preach'd at the Point in Rotherhithe, on January 20, 1714/15." 1.0 1
"Savery, William," "A sermon, preached at the meeting-house of the people called Quakers," 1.0 1
"Wallin, Benjamin," "The everlasting communion of saints with their Lord in the kingdom of Heaven their comfort, when mourning the loss of their fellow-communicants on earth." 1.0 1
"Wallin, Benjamin," "The importance of family-religion." 1.0 1
"Wallin, Benjamin," "The folly of neglecting divine institutions." 1.0 1
"Wallin, Benjamin," "The experience of the saints asserted and proved." 1.0 1
"Wallin, Benjamin," "The eternal existence of the Lord Jesus Christ considered and improved." 1.0 1
"Wingfield, Thomas," "The lawfulness of wishing destruction to the King's enemies." 1.0 1
"Wingfield, Thomas," "The lord's Supper not a sacrifice:" 1.0 1
"Curate of London." "A short preservative against the doctrines reviv'd by Mr. Whitefield and his adherents." 1.0 1
"Cowper, John," "A sermon preached at the assizes held at the city of Carlisle, August 5, 1752. Before Sir Thomas Birch, and Baron Legg. By John Cowper, M.A." 1.0 1
"Walton, Izaak," "Love and truth:" 1.0 1
"Vermuyden, Cornelius," "Sir Cornelius Vermuyden's agreement with King Charles for draining Hatfield Chace, &c." 1.0 1
"Whitehouse, Thomas." "An address to the people of Ireland, by Messrs. Thomas and Joshua Whitehouse, Formerly Proprietors of the State Lottery Office, Parliament-Street, Dublin." 1.0 1
"Sailor on Board the S---ness Fleet." "The wind in the east:" 1.0 1
"Roscoe, William," "Thoughts on the causes of the present failures." 1.0 2
"Thornley, John," "Two discourses. First, a seasonable remembrance to relapsed persons, being a sermon industriously wrought upon a select text of Holy Scripture shewing, the infectious nature of fornication, that Unclean and Damnable Sin: How it defileth the Body more than any other Sin (except Adultery, which is the greater.) Giving proper and plain Directions to youthful Persons and others to flee from it, Admonition to unclean Persons to repent, Timely Caution to all to avoid it; and prescribing proper Antidotes against it. Second, a sermon Diligently wrought upon a chosen Text of Holy Scripture, enlarged with Proofs and Arguments, needful to many Christians in this Age. Reproving the unthankfulness of those who sit down to eat and drink with out asking a blessing and rise from Table and depart without returning Thanks to God. Instructing others in a dutiful Point to give Thanks to God when they Drink, as well as when they eat. The second edition, corrected and revised To which is added, A Third Sermon, treating of the Benefits of speaking Truth by Yea and Nay, the great evil of Lying, prophane Swearing, and Damning. With Graces added, to be said, before and after Meat and Drink. Suitable to be bought and given away to others, by those who are charitably inclin'd. By John Thornley, Curate of Bosley, in the County of Chester." 1.0 1
"Thornley, John," "An essay, or examination of the doctrine of Robert Barclay's Apology." 1.0 1
"Lind, James," "Three letters relating to the navy, Gibraltar, and Portmahon." 1.0 2
"Bridges," "An hymn to the Supreme Being. With a preface, on the general design of it. By Mr. Bridges." 1.0 1
"Bridges," "Divine wisdom and providence; an essay." 1.0 1
"Andrews, Henry," "A royal almanack and meteorological diary for the year of our Lord 1778," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "An address, humbly designed, to promote the revival of religion, (more especially) amongst the General Baptists. By John Evans, A.M. Pastor of a Congregation, Meeting in Worship-Street" 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "David's choice," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "St. Paul's comfortable reflection and prospect, in view of death," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "An attempt to account for the infidelity of the late Edward Gibbon, Esq." 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A sermon; preached at Worship-Street, Shoreditch, October 18, 1795;" 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "Three sermons upon occasion of the opening of a new meeting-place in New Broad Street Petty-France," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A sermon; preached at Worship-Street, Shoreditch, April 30, 1797;" 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A sermon preach'd in London January 16th 1714/5 on occasion of the dreadful fire" 1.0 2
"Evans, John," "The wisdom of owning God for the guide of our youth." 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A sermon;" 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "Juvenile pieces: designed for the youth of both sexes." 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A funeral sermon occasion'd by the much lamented death of the late Reverend Daniel Williams," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "The king and his faithful subjects rejoycing in God;" 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A letter to Mr. Cumming," 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "The advantage and honour of a religious descent." 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "God with us, while we are with Him." 1.0 1
"Evans, John," "A sermon preach'd at the evening-lecture in Salters-Hall, July the 15th, 1716." 1.0 1
"Commissioner of One of the Aggrieved Parishes in Westminster." "An enquiry how far the commissioners of His Majesty's land-tax," 1.0 1
"A. W.," "The enormous abomination of the hoop-petticoat," 1.0 1
"Noake, Dorothy." "The life and adventures of the Marchioness Urbino." 1.0 1
"Drew, Charles," "The genuine trial of Charles Drew," 1.0 1
"Rawlinson, Richard," "The history and antiquities of the city and cathedral-church of Hereford:" 1.0 1
"Rawlinson, Richard," "A full and impartial account of the Oxford-Riots. Containing I. The Behaviour of the Constitution-Club, with a compleat List of the Rioters cited before the Vice-Chancellor, and the Proceedings against them. II. An Order against Riots, and Tumults, drawn up by Bishop Smalridge. III. An Order for the strict Observation of the First of August, the Day of His Majesty's happy Accession to the Throne. IV. The Substance of Judge Dormer's Excellent Charge, upon opening the Assizes, on Wednesday the Third of August. V. The Presentment of the Grand-Jury, read to the Court by Sir Robert Jenkinson, Bart. Foreman, on Friday the Fifth of August. VI. An Account of the Anabaptist-Teacher at Oxford, who Baptized Two young Women in the Morning, and was found in Bed between them the same Night. In a letter from a member of the university, to his friend in London." 1.0 1
"Rawlinson, Richard," "The history and antiquities of the city and cathedral-church of Hereford." 1.0 1
"Rawlinson, Richard," "The history and antiquities of the cathedral church of Rochester." 1.0 1
"Rawlinson, Richard," "The history and antiquities of I. The cathedral church of Salisbury," 1.0 1
"Verax." "Observations on a late letter to a certain foreign minister, &c." 1.0 1
"Verax." "An expostulatory epistle to the Welch knight, on the late revolution in politicks;" 1.0 2
"Verax." "An humble and free address to the most noble president, the right honourable and worthy vice-presidents, governors, trustees, and guardians of the Foundling-Hospital." 1.0 1
"Nottingham, Daniel Finch," "The answer of the Earl of Nottingham to Mr. Whiston's letter to him," 1.0 4
"Nottingham, Daniel Finch," "Observations upon the state of the nation, in January 1712/3." 1.0 2
"Nottingham, Daniel Finch," "Observations upon the state of the nation," 1.0 1
"Author of the History of the late Septennial Parliament." "The art of parliamenteering." 1.0 2
"Coke, Thomas," "A funeral sermon," 1.0 1
"Coke, Thomas," "The substance of a sermon preached in Baltimore and Philadelphia, on the first and eighth of May, 1791, on the death of the Rev. John Wesley. By the Rev. T. Coke, L.L.D." 1.0 1
"Peel, Robert," "The substance of the speech of Robert Peel, Esquire, in the House of Commons, on Thursday, the 14th of February, 1799, on the question for receiving the report of the Committee on the resolutions respecting an incorporate union with Ireland. With a correct copy of the resolutions, as they were finally amended by the House of Commons." 1.0 1
"Lewis, Richard," "The excellency of the Christian system demonstrated:" 1.0 1
"Lewis, Richard," "The robin-Hood Society:" 1.0 1
"Hopper, John." "Explanation and use of the rotadiarium; or twenty-year almanack. Being a work superbly engraved, and calculated to answer, in an eminent Degree, all the Purposes of an Almanack for twenty Years to come. By J. Hopper, Of the City of Durham." 1.0 1
"Hawes, Richard," "The practice of inoculation consider'd, with respect to the most material points of it; to which is added, some interesting advice to the patient under his preparation; with remarks on the use of mercury, by Richard Hawes." 1.0 1
"M. O." "The story on which the new tragedy, call'd, The brothers, now acting at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, is founded." 1.0 1
"Wolff, Christian," "A discovery of the true cause of the wonderful multiplication of corn;" 1.0 1
"Atkins, James," "A treatise on the horizontal sun and moon, wherein is shewn, according to the principles of refraction, how it happens, that those bodies seem bigger in the horizon than in the zenith; And also how Mankind do not form their Judgment concerning the Magnitude of Objects by the Angles, which they Subtend at the Eye, either when they are seen in Refracted or Unrefracted Light; And Likewise how the Superior Planets May a Retrograde motion in opposition, Altho' the Sun Moves in an Orbit Round the Earth; Together with certain Astronomical Difficulties. By the Rev. James Atkins, Rector of St. Michael's in Long-Stanton in Cambridgeshire, and Formerly Fellow of St. Mary Magdalene College in Cambridge." 1.0 1
"Jones, Griffith," "A further account of the progress of the circulating Welsh charity-schools. In a letter to a friend. By the Reverend Mr. Jones, Minister of Llandowror, near Laugharne, Carmarthenshire." 1.0 1
"Beilby, Ralph," "A general history of quadrupeds." 1.0 1
"Beilby, Ralph," "History of British birds." 2.0 2
"Sullivane, Joseph." "The trials of Joseph Sullivane, alias Silver Robert Whitty, and Felix Hara, For High Treason; At Justice-Hall in the Old-Baily. on Tuesday the 18th this instant October, 1715." 1.0 1
"Chapman, John," "Phlegon re-examined:" 1.0 1
"Chapman, John," "Remarks on a book intitled, Christianity as old as the creation," 1.0 1
"Member of the House of Commons." "The false accusers accused; or the undeceived Englishman:" 1.0 2
"Member of the House of Commons." "A letter from a member of the House of Commons to a true-born Englishman of the House of Lords;" 1.0 1
"Johnston, George Milligen." "A short description of the province of South-Carolina," 1.0 1
"Mackworth, Humphrey," "Peace at home:" 2.0 2
"Mackworth, Humphrey," "An answer to several queries relating to the proposal for payment of the publick debts," 1.0 1
"Mackworth, Humphrey," "Down with the mug:" 1.0 1
"Mackworth, Humphrey," "A proposal for payment of the publick debts," 1.0 4
"Cockburn, William," "The mission and authority of the clergy vindicated," 1.0 1
"Reynolds, Frederick," "Management:" 1.0 1
"Reynolds, Frederick," "Laugh when you can:" 1.0 1
"Reynolds, Frederick," "Speculation;" 1.0 1
"P. W." "A description of all the counties in England and Wales," 1.0 1
"P. W." "A seasonable apology for Mr. H-g-r." 1.0 1
"Baillie, John," "Two sermons:" 1.0 2
"Oldisworth, William," "Reasons for restoring the Whigs." 1.0 1
"Oldisworth, William," "A pindarick ode, to the memory of Dr. William King." 1.0 1
"Berriman, William," "Family-Religion recommended as the best preservative against the growth of infidelity and popery:" 1.0 1
"Berriman, William," "The tithing of the third year." 1.0 1
"Berriman, William," "Some brief remarks on Mr. Chandler's introduction to The history of the Inquisition: so far as it relates to the cause of Arianism, and the two first general Councils: in which His gross Misrepresentations of Fact are detected and exposed. Together with a short Reply to his Calumnies against Archbishop Laud. By William Berriman, D. D. Rector of St. Andrew's Undershaft, and Fellow of Eton College." 1.0 1
"Berriman, William," "A sermon preach'd to the religious societies in and about London," 1.0 2
"Berriman, William," "A review of the remarks on Mr. Chandler's Introduction to the history of the inquisition: in which his answer to the said remarks is consider'd; His Misrepresentations of Fact are farther laid open, and his Prevarications in Defence of them exposed. By William Berriman, D. D. Rector of St. Andrew's Undershaft, and Fellow of Eton College." 1.0 1
"Berriman, William," "The brutishness of despising religion," 1.0 1
"Fall, James," "The protestants charge against the Church of Rome, maintained:" 1.0 1
"Vickers, William," "A brief account of a specifick remedy for curing the king's evil," 1.0 1
"Feilding, Robert," "The trial of Robert Fielding, Esq. On Wednesday, December 4, 1706, in the Fifth Year of the Reign of Queen Anne, for felony, in marrying Her Grace the Duchess of Cleveland; his first wife being then alive; With the Proceedings, after the Trial, in the Prerogative Court. To which is added An appendix relating to the indictment instituted against Elizabeth Duchess of Kingston, Pointing to Circumstances somewhat Similar." 1.0 1
"Fleming, S." "An impartial statement of the merits and services of opposition;" 1.0 1
"Annesley, James," "The trial of James Annesley and Joseph Redding, at the sessions-house in the Old Bailey, on Thursday the 15th of July, 1742. for the murder of Thomas Egglestone." 1.0 1
"Chambaud, Lewis," "Exercises to the rules and construction of French speech;" 1.0 1
"Zachariä, Friedrich Wilhelm," "Tabby in Elysium, a mock poem, from the German of F. W. Zachariae, by R. E. Raspe." 1.0 1
"Gentleman residing at Paris." "An authentic account of the whole conduct of the young Chevalier." 1.0 1
"Moreau, Simeon," "A tour to Cheltenham Spa; or, Gloucestershire display'd." 1.0 1
"Penn, James," "The fair sex vindicated," 1.0 1
"Penn, James," "A sermon, preached at Christ-Church in Newgate Street, on Monday, the 21st of September," 1.0 1
"Nicholson, Peter," "The new carpenters' guide," 1.0 1
"Trowell, Thomas," "The kentish farrier:" 1.0 1
"Freeman, Joshua." "A letter to Robert Moss, Thomas Gooch, and the rest of the ministers, who, in a late petition to the House of Lords, stiled themselves the clergy in and about London. By Joshua Freeman." 1.0 1
"Sanderson, Robert," "A discourse concerning the nature and obligation of oaths. Wherein all the cases which have any relation to oaths enjoyned by governments, are briefly considered." 1.0 1
"Sanderson, Robert," "Logic? artis compendium." 1.0 2
"Sanderson, Robert," "Logicæ artis compendium." 37.0 4
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part II. Containing a defence of the literal story of Jesus's driving the buyers and sellers out of the temple, And Suffering the Devils to enter into the Herd of Swine." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part IV. Containing a defence of the literal story of Jesus's healing the infirm man at the pool of Bethesda, And His healing the Paralytick, who was let down thro' the Roof." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "A sermon preached at the new parish church of St. Martin in the Fields," 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part I. Containing the proofs of Jesus' resurrection stated, and the objections to it answer'd." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part I. Containing the proofs of Jesus's resurrection stated, and the objections to it answer'd." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part III. Containing a defence of the literal story of Jesus's causing the barren fig-tree to wither away, and His turning the Water into Wine." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part III. Containing a defence of the literal story of Jesus's causing the barren fig-tree to wither away, And His turning the Water into Wine." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part I. Containing the proofs of Jesus's resurrection stated, and the Objections to it answer'd." 1.0 1
"Pearce, Zachary," "The miracles of Jesus vindicated. Part IV. Containing a defence of the literal story of Jesus's healing the infirm man at the pool of Bethesda, and His healing the Paralytick, who was let down thro' the Roof." 1.0 1
"Author of the Letter to Sir T. H." "The sense of the court and Parliaments of England, as to the dissenters, ever since the Restoration:" 1.0 1
"Troughton, John," "The charge given to Mr. William Moss of Buckingham," 1.0 1
"M. M." "The pious man's directions:" 1.0 1
"M. M." "The magdalen:" 1.0 1
"MacKay, J." "Quebec Hill; or, Canadian scenery. A poem." 1.0 1
"Still, Britannus." "Some thoughts on the bill to prevent the growth of schism. In a letter to a friend. By a lover of his Queen, and the Protestant interest." 1.0 1
"Sommers, Thos." "Observations on the meaning and extent of the oath, taken at the admission of every burgess in the city of Edinburgh, as Comprehending the Duties of Religion Allegiance to the King, Respect and Submission to the Authority of the Civil Magistrate, and the Relative Duties which Burgessls Owe to Each Other. By Thos. Sommers, Burgess and Freeman Glazier of Edinburgh." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "A divine poem upon a spiritual birth." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "A sermon on the dimensions of eternal love." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "The naked bow of God;" 9.0 3
"Huntington, William," "Zion's alarm, not without cause." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "The last will and testament of William Huntington," 7.0 2
"Huntington, William," "Spoils taken from the Tower of London, without siege, violence, bloodshed, conquest, or loss to the owners. In a letter to a friend. By William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield-Street; at Monkwell-Street Chapel, in the City; and at Richmond, in Surrey." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "The bank of charity, at Providence chapel. Instituted, February 22, 1790. By William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel; and Monkwell Street, in the City." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "God, the poor man's guardian," 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "God the guardian of the poor, and the bank of faith, or, a Display of the Providences of God, Which have at sundry Periods of Time attended the Author. By William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield-Street, Cavendish-Square, and at Monk-Well-Street, Wood-Street. Author of the Spiritual Sea Voyage-The Arminian Skeleton-The Naked Bow of God-The Poor Christian's Last Will and Testament-The Divine Poem on a Spiritual Birth-The Kingdom of Heaven taken by Prayer-a Sermon on the Dimensions of Eternal Love-The Asp-The Law established by Faith-And five Numbers of the Epistles of Faith." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "A letter to the Rev. Torial Joss, Minister of the gospel, Tubernarie Wolk. By William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield-Street, and at Monkwell-Street Meeting." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "The law established by the faith of Christ. A sermon, preached at Providence Chapel, on the first day of January, 1786, by William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield-Street; at Monkwell-Street Chapel, in the City; and at Richmond, in Surrey." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "An answer to fools; and a word to the wise. Addressed to the Reverend Maria de Fleury, John Ryland, and co. By William Huntington, S.S. Minister of the Gospel, at Providence Chapel; at Monkwell Street Meeting; and at Horsleydown." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "Tidings from Wallingford." 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "The cry of little faith heard and answered," 1.0 1
"Huntington, William," "A spiritual sea voyage," 1.0 1
"Andrews, T." "Vindication of the Church of England;" 1.0 1
"Wilton, Samuel." "The improvement of our talents considered. A sermon preached at St. Thomas's, January 2, 1775. For the Benefit of the Charity School in Gravel-Lane, Southwark. By Samuel Wilton, D. D." 1.0 1
"Author of several Spectators." "The history of providence," 1.0 1
"Gifford, Andrew," "A sermon in commemoration of the great storm," 2.0 2
"Chandler, Samuel," "The character and reward of a Christian bishop." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "Christ the pattern of the Christian's future glory." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "A short and plain catechism." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "An answer to the Brief remarks of William Berriman, D.D." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "The notes of the church considered:" 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "The dispute better adjusted," 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "The necessary and immutable difference between moral good and evil," 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "Plain reasons for being a Christian." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "Doing good recommended from the example of Christ." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "An account of the conference held in Nicholas-Lane, February 13th. 1734-5." 1.0 1
"Chandler, Samuel," "A second treatise on the notes of the Church:" 1.0 1
"Hunter, Thomas," "The good man." 1.0 1
"Converted Thief." "Street-Robberies," 1.0 1
"Person who has belonged to the publick offices upwards of twenty years." "The traveller's pocket-companion: or, a compleat description of the roads," 1.0 1
"Saunders, Henry Martin." "The crimps," 1.0 1
"Haggitt, George," "A familiar treatise on the sacrament." 1.0 2
"Wilson, Ralph," "A full and impartial account of all the robberies committed by John Hawkins, George Sympson, (lately Executed for Robbing the Bristol Mails) and their companions." 1.0 3
"Poulson, James." "Just published, number III." 1.0 1
"Poulson, James." "Just published, number V." 1.0 1
"Poulson, James." "Just published, number II." 1.0 1
"Poulson, James." "Just published, number IV." 1.0 1
"Berquin," "Select stories for the instruction and entertainment of children, from the French of M. Berquin. Embellished with Four Copper-Plates." 1.0 1
"Berquin," "The looking-Glass for the mind; or, intellectual mirror:" 1.0 1
"Berquin," "The honest farmer. A drama, in five acts, to which are added, Vanity punished, and Blind-Man's buff. By M. Berquin, Author of the Childrens' Friend. To wake the soul by tender strokes of art, To raise the genius, and to mend the heart, To make mankind in conscious virtue bold, Live o'er each scene, and be what they behold." 1.0 1
"T. B.," "A letter from a private person to his pastor," 1.0 1
"Stamper, Francis," "The modern character, introduc'd in the scenes of Vanbrugh's Æsop." 1.0 1
"Stamper, Francis," "A modern character, introduc'd in the scenes of Vanbrugh's Æsop." 1.0 1
"Gawler, William," "Dorchester:" 1.0 1
"Layng, Henry." "Sold for the benefit of the charity. A sermon preached in the Parish-Church of All-Saints in Northampton, before the president and governors of the County Infirmary for Sick and Lame Poor, at the anniversary meeting on Monday, September 22, 1746. By Henry Layng, A. M. Rector of Paulerspury in Northamptonshire, and Prebendary of Lincoln. To which is added, an appendix, and a list of the subscribers and benefactors." 1.0 1
"Hall, Joseph," "A sober reply to Mr. Higgs's merry arguments," 1.0 1
"Hall, Joseph," "The passion sermon," 1.0 1
"Diaper, William," "An imitation of the seventeenth epistle of the first book of Horace." 1.0 1
"Sydall, Elias," "The clergy farther vindicated. A sermon preach'd in the cathedral-church of Canterbury," 1.0 1
"Sydall, Elias," "The insupportable yoke of popery," 1.0 1
"Harris, R." "A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Buttall." 1.0 1
"Cochrane, John," "Examination of the plans proposed for the East India Company's shipping; the great importance of adopting a proper system explained; and a plan suggested for making the ships employed in the commerce with Asia, beneficial both to the state and to the East India Company. By th honourable John Cochrane. Drawn up in March 1786, and now First Published, with a Preface." 1.0 1
"Nutt, Frederick." "The complete confectioner; or, the whole art of confectionary:" 1.0 1
"Varlo, Charles," "The essence of agriculture," 1.0 1
"Varlo, Charles," "Nature display'd, a new work," 1.0 1
"Nash, Michael," "Paine's Age of reason measured by the standard of truth." 1.0 1
"Nash, Michael," "A serious address to believers only," 1.0 1
"English Gentleman." "An ample disquisition into the nature of regalities and other heretable jurisdictions," 1.0 1
"Furtado, John." "An essay on fingering the piano-forte, &c. By John Furtado, Mus. Prof. Stoke-Newington." 1.0 1
"Jackson, Theodore." "A serious address to the Queen," 1.0 1
"Jay, William," "A sermon, preached at the opening of the independent chapel in Bath," 1.0 1
"Pagès, François Xavier," "Anti-Revolutionary thoughts of a revolutionary writer: from \"the secret history of the revolution of France,\" by Monsieur François Pagès." 1.0 1
"Young, William," "The rights of Englishmen; or the British constitution of government, compared with that of a democratic republic. By the author of The history of the republic of Athens." 1.0 1
"Young, William," "Corn trade." 1.0 2
"Porteus, Beilby," "A sermon preached at the anniversary meeting of the Sons of the Clergy, in the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Thursday, May 9, 1776." 1.0 1
"Porteus, Beilby," "A sermon preached in the chapel of the Asylum for Female Orphans," 1.0 1
"Porteus, Beilby," "An earnest exhortation to the religious observance of Good-Friday." 2.0 2
"Porteus, Beilby," "Letters, &c. which have lately passed between the Bishop of London, and the Rev. H.B. Dudley, respecting the advowson of the vacant rectory of Bradwell near the sea, Essex." 1.0 1
"Single, John." "The batchelor's recantation." 1.0 1
"Craig, Campbell." "The genuine trial at bar, between Campbell Craig, lessee of James Annesley, Esq; plaintiff, and the Right Honourable Richard, Earl of Anglesey, defendant. Before the Right Honourable John Bowes, Esq; Lord Chief Baron, And the Honourable Richard Mountney and Arthur Dawson, Esqrs; the other Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer in Dublin. Begun the 11th, and ended the 25th of November, in Michaelmas Term, the 17th Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord George II. Anno Dom. 1743." 1.0 1
"Craig, Campbell." "The trial in ejectment" 1.0 1
"Pringle, John," "The life of General James Wolfe, the conqueror of Canada: or, the elogium of that renowned hero, Attempted according to the Rules of Eloquence. With a Monumental Inscription, Latin and English, To perpetuate his Memory. By J*** P******, A.M." 1.0 1
"Member of parliament, and of His Majesty's Privy Council." "An exposure of the domestic and foreign attempts to destroy the British Constitution," 1.0 1
"Easterbrook, Joseph." "An appeal to the public respecting George Lukins, (called the Yatton demoniac,) containing an account of his affliction and deliverance; Together with A Variety of Circumstances which tend to exculpate him from the Charge of Imposture. By Joseph Easterbrook, Vicar of Temple in the City of Bristol." 1.0 1
"Hannay, Patrick," "The unhappy lovers:" 1.0 1
"London minister." "An essay concerning our obligations to hold communion with all that own the letter of the bible." 1.0 1
"W. H." "A modest attempt to prove Dr. H-- not the author of the Bouchain dialogue." 1.0 1
"Newton, William," "A sermon preach'd in the Parish church of Wingham, in Kent. On Sunday, July 2. 1727." 1.0 1
"Newton, William," "A thanksgiving sermon for our double deliverance from popery and slavery," 1.0 1
"Newton, William," "The principles of the low-church-men" 1.0 1
"Brevint, Daniel," "The christian sacrament and sacrifice:" 1.0 1
"Synge, Richard," "Loyalty to His Majesty King George," 1.0 1
"Meriton, Henry," "A circumstantial narrative of the loss of the Halsewell." 1.0 1
"Meriton, Henry," "A circumstantial narrative of the loss of the Halsewell" 1.0 3
"Pegge, Samuel," "Light shining in darkness:" 1.0 1
"Pegge, Samuel," "Sketch of the history of Bolsover and Peak Castles, in the county of Derby." 1.0 1
"Choisy," "The history of the life and death of David, with moral reflections. A translation from the French. Found among the papers of his late excellency Matthew Prior, Esq; in the custody of Mr. Adrian Drift, his executor. To which is annexed, a philosophical essay concerning love and friendship." 1.0 1
"Country-gentleman." "A letter from a country-gentleman," 1.0 1
"Country-gentleman." "A full exposition of a pamphlet entitled," 1.0 1
"Nicholson, Isaac," "The unspeakable gift:" 1.0 1
"Malcolm, Sarah," "A true copy of the paper, delivered the night before her execution, by Sarah Malcom, to the Rev. Mr. Piddington, Lecturer of St. Bartholomew the Great, March 6th, 1732-3." 1.0 1
"Lightfoote, Robert," "The duty of a good minister with respect to himself and his flock:" 1.0 1
"Woodward, Henry," "The beggar's pantomime;" 1.0 1
"Woodward, Henry," "A letter to Henry Woodward, comedian, occasion'd by his Letter to the inspector. By Simon Partridge, the facetious cobler of Pall Mall. And Son to the late Mr. Partridge, famous for his Dispute with Isaac Bicker staff." 1.0 1
"Woodward, Henry," "A letter from Henry Woodward," 1.0 3
"Bullock, Thomas," "The nature of oaths and guilt of perjury considered," 1.0 1
"Wilson, John," "Address'd to the merchants of London." 1.0 1
"Wilson, John," "A full and circumstantial narrative of the life and trial of John Wilson," 1.0 1
"Rider, William," "Rider's almanack:" 1.0 1
"Gentleman surgeon of the said ship." "An authentick narration of all the occurrences," 1.0 1
"Butler, Thomas," "A safe, easy, and expeditious method of procuring any quantity of fresh water at sea;" 1.0 1
"Denis, Jean-Baptiste," "A plot discovered:" 1.0 1
"Maurice, Thomas," "An elegiac and historical poem," 1.0 1
"Hippesley, R." "Bath and it's environs," 1.0 1
"Britanno-Hibernus," "Northern revolutions." 1.0 1
"Burton, Nicolas," "A sermon preach'd before the Sons of the Clergy, at St. Nicolas's Church, in Newcastle upon Tine, Sept. 9th, 1712. Publish'd at the Request of the Stewards, and the rest of the Society. By Nicolas Burton, M. A. and Lecturer in the Cathedral and St. Nicolas's Churches in Durham." 1.0 1
"Miln, William." "A practical essay," 1.0 1
"White, Nathaniel," "A sermon occasioned by the death of Mrs. Anna-Maria Poole," 1.0 1
"White, Thomas," "Saint Guerdun's well. A poem." 1.0 1
"White, Thomas," "The happiness and duty of British subjects." 1.0 1
"Brackett, W." "Captivity without dominion," 1.0 1
"Topham, Edward," "The fool," 1.0 1
"Topham, Edward," "The life of the late John Elwes," 1.0 1
"Topham, Edward," "The life of Mr. Elwes, the celebrated miser. With singular anecdotes, &c. Written by Captain Topham." 1.0 1
"Shippen, William," "A speech against Sir R----- W------'s proposal for increasing the civil list revenue:" 1.0 2
"Shippen, William," "Faction display'd." 1.0 1
"Shippen, William," "Mr. Aislabie's two speeches considered;" 1.0 2
"Pinkethman, William," "Pinkethman's jests:" 1.0 1
"Candid." "A letter to Mr. Ward, one of the managers of the Theatre-Royal, Manchester. Occasioned by his intemperate Charge of ``malignity and Falsehood'' against the Writer of ``impartial Reflections,'' &c. By Candid." 1.0 1
"Candid." "Impartial reflections, on the conduct of the managers, and merits of some of the performers of the Theatre-Royal, Manchester. with Observations on a Late Publication, Entitled ``a Peep into the Theatre, &c.''" 1.0 1
"C. D. R. T. X." "Extortion no usury; or, the merits of a late election. Discussed in a dialogue between Minos, Lord Russell, Charles Churchill, and Jeremiah Dyson, Esquire." 1.0 1
"Bull, Robert," "A sermon preach'd in the Cathedral of Gloucester, on Sunday, July the 18th, 1714." 1.0 1
"Hervey, Thomas," "A complaint on the part of the Hon. Thomas Hervey," 1.0 1
"Hervey, Thomas," "A letter from the Hon. Thomas Hervey to the late King. To which is prefixed one to the Duke of Newcastle, recommending the contents of it to His Grace's furtherance and favour." 1.0 2
"Montejo, Pedro de," "The statesman's progress: or memoirs of the rise, administration, and fall of Houly Chan," 1.0 1
"Waithman, Robert," "War proved to be the real cause of the present scarcity," 1.0 1
"Matthews, Thomas," "A collection of poems, moral and religious," 1.0 1
"H. P." "A looking glass for children," 1.0 1
"Bentley, Richard," "A sermon upon popery: preach'd before the University of Cambridge, November Vth. MDCCXV. By Richard Bentley, D. D. Master of Trinity College, and Chaplain to His Majesty." 1.0 1
"Bentley, Richard," "Dr. Bentley's dedication of Horace, translated." 1.0 1
"Bentley, Richard," "Remarks upon a late Discourse of free-thinking:" 1.0 1
"Bayly, Edward," "A sermon preached at St. James's church in Bath," 1.0 1
"Morison, James." "An attempt to vindicate, explain and enforce the important duty of a solemn acknowledgement of sin. In several sermons. Containing An Explication and Vindication of various Passages in the Solemn Acknowledgement of Sins, prefixed to the Bond for renewing our Solemn Covenants." 1.0 1
"Morison, James." "The contrast:" 1.0 2
"Perronet, Vincent," "A defence of infant-baptism," 1.0 1
"Perronet, Vincent," "An earnest exhortation to the strict practice of Christianity." 1.0 1
"Perronet, Vincent," "An essay on recreations. By Vin. Perronet, A. M. Vicar of Shoreham in Kent; and Chaplain to the Right Hon. Earl Stanhope." 1.0 1
"Perronet, Vincent," "Some thoughts on the divine hospitality of the Gospel; And on Hospitality falsly so called. In a discourse on Romans, xii. 13. By Vin. Perronet, A. M. Vicar of Shoreham in Kent; and Chaplain to the Right Hon. Earl Stanhope." 1.0 1
"Nameless Friend." "The prosperity of Britain, proved from the degeneracy of its people." 1.0 1
"Hawling, Francis," "The signal:" 1.0 1
"Hawling, Francis," "The impertinent lovers:" 1.0 1
"Heidegger, John James," "Heydegger's letter to the Bishop of London." 1.0 1
"Gardenstone, Francis Garden," "Letter to the people of Laurencekirk," 1.0 1
"Moore, William," "Free grace exalted, and the proper use of the moral law evinced: in a sermon," 1.0 1
"Townly, Charles." "The courtezans:" 1.0 1
"Cade, Jack." "The quartern loaf for eight-pence;" 1.0 1
"Major, Samuel." "An impartial account of the power and efficacy of that eminent and noble specific," 1.0 1
"Major, Samuel." "An impartial account of the power and efficacy of that eminent and noble specific, the royal patent medicinal snuff. Demonstrated by the evidence of facts." 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "A sermon preach'd before the arch-bishop, bishops and clergy of the Province of Canterbury, in Convocation Assembled, in the Cathedral church of St. Paul in London. By White Kennet, D. D. Dean of Peterborough, Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty. Translated from the Latin, which was Publish'd by Command of the Most Reverend the President. With some Account of the Sermons and Speeches made in former Synods, during the First Century after the Reformation." 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "A thanksgiving-Sermon for the blessing of God," 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "A second letter to the Lord Bishop of Carlisle," 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "The witch-Craft of the present rebellion." 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "An argument in defence of passive obedience, in opposition to all manner of tenets advanc'd by several pretended fathers of the church, and other eminent writers on the side of resistance to the supreme powers. By White Kennet, D. D. And Dean of Peterborough." 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "An argument in defence of passive obedience," 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "The conduct of the Reverend Dr. White Kennett," 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "A visit to St. Saviour's Southwark, with advice to Dr. Sacheverell's preachers there. By a divine of the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "A sermon preached before the Lords" 1.0 1
"Kennett, White," "An historical account of the discipline and jurisdiction of the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Scot, William," "No necessity to alter the Common-Prayer;" 1.0 1
"Trot, John." "The bellman of St. James's verses extraordinary." 1.0 1
"English officer of distinction." "An authentick and accurate journal of the siege of Bergen-op-Zoom," 1.0 1
"Douglas, Niel," "The duty of pastors, particularly respecting the Lord's supper;" 1.0 1
"Douglas, Niel," "Britain's guilt, danger and duty;" 1.0 1
"Barlow, Joel," "A letter, addressed to the people of Piedmont, on the advantages of the French Revolution, and the necessity of adopting its principles in Italy." 1.0 1
"Turner, Seth." "The good Christian's support under troubles," 1.0 1
"Hele, Richard." "Select offices of private devotion:" 1.0 1
"Pasquin, Anthony," "The royal Academicians. A farce." 1.0 2
"Pechell, John," "The history of the University of Oxford," 1.0 1
"Moyle, Walter." "The whole works of Walter Moyle, Esq;" 1.0 2
"Anderson, Edward," "Poems." 1.0 1
"Haynes, Hopton," "Causa dei contra novatores:" 1.0 1
"Tickell, Richard," "The project. A poem. Dedicated to Dean Tucker." 1.0 2
"Tickell, Richard," "The wreath of fashion, or, the art of sentimental poetry." 1.0 3
"Tickell, Richard," "Anticipation:" 15.0 2
"Gentleman, a scholar, and a Christian." "A vindication of Mesech and Kedar;" 1.0 1
"Aristotle." "Aristotle of morals to Nicomachus." 1.0 1
"Strype, John," "Lessons proper for fallible man." 1.0 1
"Hazlitt, William," "Human authority, in matters of faith, repugnant to Christianity:" 1.0 1
"Hay, Alexander," "The chichester guide:" 7.0 2
"Vega, Lope de," "Romeo and Juliet. A comedy. Written originally in Spanish by that celebrated dramatic poet, Lopez de Vega, contemporary with Shakespear, and built upon the same story on which that greatest Dramatic Poet of the English Nation has founded his well known Tragedy." 1.0 1
"Watson, Richard," "An apology for the bible," 1.0 1
"Watson, Richard," "Considerations on the expediency of revising the liturgy and articles of the Church of England:" 1.0 1
"Watson, Richard," "An apology for the Bible," 2.0 4
"Watson, Richard," "A charge delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Landaff," 1.0 1
"Watson, Richard," "Two sermons, preached in the cathedral church of Landaff;" 1.0 1
"Watson, Richard," "An address to the people of Great Britain." 1.0 5
"Francis, Benjamin," "An elegy on the death of the Rev. Caleb Evans," 1.0 1
"Francis, Benjamin," "The conflagration:" 1.0 1
"Francis, Benjamin," "An elegy on the death of the Rev. John Gill," 1.0 1
"Boulton, William," "A sermon preached in the Baptist Meeting House, in Swift's-Alley, Nov. 9th. 1760." 1.0 1
"Boulton, William," "The blessedness of those who die in the Lord." 1.0 1
"Freebairn, Robert," "A parcel of books, lately imported from England, and Holland, by Mr. Robert Freebairn, to be sold by auction at his shop below the Trone-Church, upon Tuesday the twenty second day of January, 1734. Catalogues may be had at the Place of Sale, and most Booksellers Shops in Town. The Books may be seen Eight Days before the Auction. The Time of Sale is from Three in the Afternoon till Seven. The common Rules of Auction are to be observed." 1.0 1
"Blackburne, Francis," "Remarks on the Revd. Dr. Powell's sermon in defence of subscriptions," 1.0 1
"Blackburne, Francis," "A serious enquiry into the use and importance of external religion." 1.0 1
"Blackburne, Francis," "Two sermons preached on a fast day during the late war with France." 1.0 1
"Blackburne, Francis," "A short discourse on the study of the Scriptures." 1.0 1
"Frederick" "Military instruction from the late King of Prussia to his generals." 1.0 2
"Frederick" "The seventh epistle attempted in English, from the King of Prussia's Oeuvres du philosophe de Sans Souci. To Maupertuis." 1.0 1
"Hart, Edward," "No reason to alter the present liturgy of the church of England," 1.0 1
"Fielding, John," "An account of the origin and effects of a police set on foot by His Grace the Duke of Newcastle in the year 1753," 1.0 1
"Fielding, John," "Sir John Fielding's jests; or, new fun for the parlour and kitchen: being The Smartest, Wittiest, and Drollest Collection of Original Jests, Jokes, Repartees, &c. ever yet published. Containing, Particularly the following Facetious and Merry Variety, viz. The Newest Jests Lively Puns Most Poignant Repartees, Choice Bonmots, Strange Blunders, Humorous Adventures Pleasant Tales, New Conundrums, Puzzling Riddles, Queer Sayings, Comical Hobnobs, Laughable Anecdotes, Droll Stories, Best Rebusses, Most curious Epitaphs, Keen and Satyrical Epigrams, Approved Aenigmas, Irish Bulls, Witty Quibbles, Diverting Acrostics, Arch Waggaries, Temporary Squibs, Merry Poems, and Other Wittieisms, &c. &c. Among which are particularly noticed all those jokes that have passed upon various examinations at the Public office, before the late Sir John Fielding and other Magistrates , and which have occasioned even Justice itself to relax and give Countenance to a Smile. The whole Carefully transcribed from Original Manuscript Remarks, and Notes made on such Occasions, and at the Shakespeare, Bedford Arms, and Rose Taverns; Bedford and Piazza Coffee Houses; Jupps, and other Places of Evening Entertainment and Convivial Mirth, near Covent-Garden; where the above Celebrated Genius and his Jovial Companions (the drollest Wits of the present Age) usually met to Kill Care and promote the Practice of Mirth and Good Humour. Compiled by a Justice of the Peace." 1.0 1
"Fielding, John," "Forgery unmasked;" 1.0 1
"Hawkins, W." "The shrubs of Parnassus," 1.0 1
"Hawkins, W." "Miscellanies in prose and verse." 1.0 1
"Somervile, William," "Reasons against repealing the Occasional, and Test Acts, and admitting the dissenters to places of trust and power." 1.0 1
"Somervile, William," "Reasons against repealing the Occasional, and Test acts, and admitting the Dissenters to places of trust and power." 1.0 1
"Giffard, Henry," "Pamela," 1.0 1
"Giffard, Henry," "Pamela." 1.0 2
"Nugent, Robert," "A supplement to The unnatural father, or the persecuted son: being a candid narrative of the most unparalleled sufferings of Robert Nugent, jun. by the means and procurement of his own father. Written by himself, And earnestly recommended to the Perusal of all those whose Goodness gives them the Inclination to alleviate the Distresses of their Fellow-Creatures, and are blessed with the Means. To which is prefixed an address to the Right Honourable Stephen Theodore Janssen, Esq; Lord-Mayor of the City of London." 1.0 1
"S- F-." "The polite gamester:" 1.0 1
"Orcherton, William." "The description and use of the current logg;" 1.0 1
"Author of 'God's universal goodness displayed'." "A letter to the Deists," 1.0 1
"Dale, G." "The convivialist. By G. Dale." 1.0 1
"Jenyns, Soame," "The embarrass'd knight. A satire." 1.0 1
"Jenyns, Soame," "The objections to the taxation of our American colonies, by the legislature of Great Britain, briefly consider'd." 1.0 1
"Jenyns, Soame," "Every man his own law-maker;" 1.0 1
"Jenyns, Soame," "The modern fine lady." 1.0 2
"Jenyns, Soame," "An ode." 1.0 1
"Jenyns, Soame," "Every man his own law-maker:" 1.0 2
"Jenyns, Soame," "The squire and the parson: an eclogue." 1.0 1
"Millar, David," "The true scripture doctrine of justification:" 1.0 1
"Millar, David," "The prescience of God well agreeing with the liberty of created agents." 1.0 1
"Millar, David," "Useful and important answers freely given," 1.0 1
"Millar, David," "The omniscience of God," 1.0 1
"Millar, David," "All future free actions," 1.0 1
"Houstoun, James," "Some new and accurate observations geographical, natural and historical. Containing a true and impartial account of the situation, product, and natural history of the coast of Guinea, so far As relates to the Improvement of that Trade, for the Advantage of Great Britain in general, and the Royal African Company in particular. By James Houstoun, M. D. Humbly Address'd to the Honourable the Court of Assistants of the Royal African Company of Great Britain." 1.0 1
"Meredith, James," "Manners decypher'd." 1.0 1
"Ruspini, Bartholomew," "A treatise on the teeth:" 1.0 1
"Bristed, John," "A discourse on the nature and use of prophecy." 1.0 1
"Shirley, William," "A letter from William Shirley, Esq;" 1.0 1
"Shirley, William," "King Pepin's campaign." 1.0 1
"Alfred." "Three letters to the people of Great-Britain," 1.0 1
"Adair, James," "Observations on the power of alienation in the crown before the first of Queen Anne," 1.0 1
"Adair, James," "Thoughts on the dismission of officers, civil or military for their conduct in Parliament." 1.0 1
"Berkeley, John," "Memoirs of Sir John Berkley," 1.0 1
"S----ini, M-----r." "The political padlock, and the English key," 1.0 1
"Partridge, Samuel." "The duty of making a last will and testament;" 1.0 1
"Partridge, Samuel." "The cixth psalm explained and vindicated," 2.0 2
"Aitken, James," "The trial (at large) of James Hill;" 1.0 1
"Aitken, James," "The life of James Aitken, commonly called John the Painter, an incendiary," 1.0 1
"Aitken, James," "The life of James Aitken," 1.0 1
"Parishioner." "A true state of the case in respect to the late disputes in the parish of St. Leonard's Shoreditch, concerning the poor's rates." 1.0 1
"Rees, Thomas David." "Iver and Hengo;" 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "A sermon on St. Luke xix. 10. preach'd at the chapel of the Magdalen-House. On Sunday, January 27, 1760. before His Royal Highness Prince Edward. By W. Dodd, M. A. Published at the Command of his Royal Highness." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "Cautions against Methodism;" 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "Diggon Davy's resolution on the death of his last cow." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "The sinful Christian condemn'd by his own prayers." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "The prisoner released: a sermon," 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "A sermon on St. Matthew, Chap. IX. Ver. 12, 13." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "An account of the rise, progress, and present state of the Magdalen Hospital," 7.0 2
"Dodd, William," "A sermon on St. Matthew, chap. IX. ver 12, 13." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "The nature and necessity of fasting." 1.0 3
"Dodd, William," "An epistle to a lady, concerning some important and necessary truths in religion." 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "Mutual knowledge in a future state," 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "The people's duty when the host is gone forth against the enemy:" 1.0 1
"Dodd, William," "Advice to the Magdalens." 1.0 1
"Bickham, George," "Deliciæ Britannicæ;" 1.0 1
"Flower, Joseph." "The prodigal son, a poem:" 1.0 1
"Old experienced gardener." "Fruit-Tables;" 1.0 1
"Stirling, William Alexander," "Doom's day:" 1.0 1
"J. H." "An essay towards restoring primitive communion, in a letter to a friend. By J. H." 1.0 1
"Aelfric," "A testimony of antiquity concerning the sacramental body and blood of Christ; written in the old Saxon tongue before the conquest: being a homily appointed, in the reign of the Saxons, to be spoken at Easter, as a Charge, to the People. Together with the two epistles of Ælfric on the same Subject. First published, with a preface, by Matthew Parker, Archbishop of Canterbury; and the Whole regularly attested by his Grace and fourteen other Bishops; with divers other Personages of Honour and Credit. With an appendix; shewing, I. That the Doctrine of our Saxon Ancestors was the same with that of the Primitive Church, concerning the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. II. Comparing such Doctrine with what has been lately advanced, on the same Subject, in a Book intituled, A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper." 1.0 1
"Harman, John," "The crooked disciple's remarks upon the blind guide's method of preaching, for some years;" 1.0 1
"Birley, J." "The journeyings of the Israelites improved," 1.0 1
"Gerhard, Johann," "The christian's support under all afflictions:" 1.0 1
"Salter, Samuel," "A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy," 1.0 1
"Salter, Samuel," "A sermon preach'd at the cathedral-church of Norwich, on Wednesday October the 20th, 1714." 1.0 1
"Colquhoun, Patrick," "Observations and facts relative to public houses;" 1.0 1
"Colquhoun, Patrick," "Useful suggestions favourable to the comfort of the labouring people," 1.0 1
"Ashley, John," "The sugar trade, with the incumbrances thereon, laid open. By a Barbadoes planter." 1.0 1
"Horton," "An account of the earthquakes which happened at Leghorn in Italy," 1.0 1
"Farquhar, George," "The recruiting officer." 4.0 2
"Farquhar, George," "The stage-Coach." 1.0 1
"Farquhar, George," "Barcellona." 1.0 1
"Wood, Loftus." "Observations on a new and easy method of curing disorders, by factitious air," 1.0 1
"Whiteley, Joseph," "An essay on the advantages of the knowledge revealed to mankind, concerning the Holy Spirit." 1.0 1
"Whiteley, Joseph," "An essay on the advantages of revelation." 1.0 1
"Whiteley, Joseph," "An essay on the rewards of eternity." 1.0 1
"Whiteley, Joseph," "An essay on the necessity of a redeemer. By the Rev. Joseph Whiteley, A. B. Of Magdalen College, Cambridge. Published in Compliance with the Will of the late Mr. Norris, as having gained the annual Prize which he instituted in that University." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Orpheus:" 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Il floridante." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Remarks upon M. Voltaire's Essay on the epick poetry of the European nations. By Paul Rolli." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "D'Avverbj, particelle, preposizioni e di frasi avverbiali libretto. Utilissimo a Gl'inglesi amatori della lingua Italiano." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Scipione. Drama." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Sabrina. An opera. For the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. By Paul Rolli, F.R.S." 1.0 1
"Rolli, Paolo," "Alceste melodrama per il Teatro di S.M.B. di P.M. e P.R." 1.0 1
"Dudley, H. Bate," "Henry and Emma, a new poetical interlude," 1.0 1
"Dudley, H. Bate," "Songs, duets, trios, glees, chorusses, &c." 1.0 1
"Dudley, H. Bate," "The magic picture," 1.0 1
"Calamy, Benjamin," "Passive obedience the doctrine of the Church of England;" 1.0 1
"Owen, Jeremy." "The goodness and severity of God," 1.0 1
"Warren, George," "A new method of curing," 1.0 1
"Page, John," "Receipts for preparing and compounding the principal medicines made use of by the late Mr. Ward." 1.0 1
"Mauclerc, James." "The christian's magazine, or treasure. Containing, a choice collection of many remarkable passages upon several important religious subjects, Taken out of the Writings of Some of the Most Eminent Modern Divines: Tending to Our Confirmation Both in the Belief and Practice of the True Christian Religion, against Atheists, Deists, Socinians, Papists, And other Corrupt and Loose Christians. By James Mauclerc, M. D. One of the Oldest Members of the Royal College of Physicians." 1.0 1
"Hawksmoor, Nicholas," "A short historical account of London-Bridge;" 1.0 1
"Northamptonshire Gentleman." "The political fox hunt;" 1.0 1
"Haygarth, John," "Of the imagination," 1.0 1
"Boissy d'Anglas, François Antoine," "The speech of Boissy D'Anglas, on the political situation of Europe." 1.0 1
"Dixon, Thomas," "The sovereignty of the divine administration, vindicated;" 1.0 2
"Shadwell, Charles," "The fair Quaker of Deal:" 1.0 1
"Shadwell, Charles," "The humours of the Army." 1.0 1
"Carter, Susannah." "The frugal housewife, or complete woman cook." 1.0 1
"Shuttlewood, John," "Marriages made in heav'n:" 1.0 1
"Audrian, Solomon." "The manifesto of Lord Peter." 1.0 1
"Egmont, John Perceval," "Faction detected, by the evidence of facts." 1.0 1
"Egmont, John Perceval," "A full and fair discussion of the pretensions of the dissenters, to the repeal of the sacramental test." 58.0 2
"Egmont, John Perceval," "Some remarks on the conduct of the parliament of England," 1.0 1
"Author of Teagueland Jests." "The quakers art of courtship:" 1.0 1
"Lindsey, Theophilus," "A sermon preached at the opening of the chapel in Essex-House," 1.0 1
"Lindsey, Theophilus," "Le partage de la Pologne," 1.0 1
"Palaeophilus Anglicanus." "The conduct of Queen Elizabeth," 1.0 1
"Palaeophilus Anglicanus." "The conduct of Queen Elizabeth, towards the neighbouring nations; and particularly Spain; compared with that of James I. In view of the late and present behaviour of Great Britain. By Palæophilus Anglicanus." 1.0 1
"T. P." "An impartial enquiry into the value of Southsea stock." 1.0 1
"T. P." "The curate and cobler. A third dialogue." 1.0 1
"Slinn, Reader." "The believer's alphabet;" 2.0 2
"Harrod, W." "Sevenoke." 1.0 1
"Philo-Chymicus." "Ward's pill dissected and examined," 1.0 1
"Lucretius Carus, Titus." "Titus Lucretius Carus, his six books of Epicurean philosophy," 1.0 1
"Author of that letter," "A second postscript to a late pamphlet," 1.0 1
"Bennet, Benjamin," "A defence of the Memorial of the reformation, against the exceptions of Presbyterian prejudice display'd by an hearty wellwisher of the establish'd church: with a particular enquiry into the authors and abettors of the Irish massacre. A vindication of Mr. Baxter, and others, with Reference to the Story of the Marquis of Antrim, against the Accusations of Mr. Thomas Cart of the Bath, in his Irish Massacre set in a clear Light. And a detection of the forgeries publish'd by Dr. Hollingworth, concerning Mr. Henderson's Recantation and Character of K. Charles on his Death-Bed. By Benjamin Bennet." 1.0 1
"Jennings, David," "A sermon occasioned by the death of the late Reverend Isaac Watts, D. D." 1.0 1
"Jennings, David," "A funeral sermon on occasion of the death of the Reverend Mr. Timothy Jollie, who departed this life August 3. 1757. in the Sixty-Sixth Year of his Age. Preached to the church of which he was pastor August 14. and published at their Request. By David Jennings, D.D." 1.0 1
"Jennings, David," "A sermon occasioned by the death of the late Reverend Isaac Watts," 1.0 2
"Jennings, David," "Behold the desolations in the earth!" 1.0 1
"Jennings, David," "A sermon preach'd to the Societies for Reformation of Manners," 1.0 1
"Zeno, Apostolo," "Venceslao." 1.0 1
"Zeno, Apostolo," "Astarto;" 1.0 1
"Zeno, Apostolo," "Lucio Vero, a serious opera. As performed at the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market. The music by several eminent composers." 1.0 1
"Zeno, Apostolo," "Vologeso." 1.0 1
"Armstrong, Alexander." "Part II. Earnestly recommended to the serious attention of my fellow labourers and fellow townsmen, the honest, well-meaning and industrious mechanics and manufacturers of the town of Birmingham. Very familiar letters addressed to Mr. John Nott, button-burnisher, Steelhouse-Lane, Birmingham. By Alexander Armstrong, whip-maker, and Abel Sharp, spur-maker." 1.0 1
"Armstrong, Alexander." "Earnestly recommended to the serious attention of my fellow labourers and fellow townsmen," 1.0 1
"Waddington, Edward," "A sermon preach'd in Lambeth-Chapel," 1.0 1
"Joyce, Jeremiah," "A sermon preached on Sunday, February the 23d, 1794." 2.0 2
"Inhabitant of the East." "Wapping docks triumphant!!! Or, Quoz refuted; in answer to a pamphlet entitled Eastward ho!!! By an inhabitant of the east." 1.0 1
"Wright, George," "The gracious warning; or, a monody on the death of the late pious and learned Joseph Nicoll Scott, M.D. With his Very Remarkable Dream concerning it: to which are added, some lines on the late Rev. Mr. Edward Hitchin, B.D. By G. Wright." 1.0 1
"Wright, George," "The complete bird-fancyer," 1.0 1
"Kettlewell, John," "An help and exhortation to worthy communicating." 1.0 1
"Hansard, Hugh Josiah." "Letters and thoughts (never intended for the public eye) which may promote Christian knowledge and justice. By H.J. Hansard, Esq. A Christian Of NO Sect OR Party: And One Of His Majesty's Justices Of The Peace For The County Of Middlesex. In Terrâ Quies." 1.0 1
"Lévizac, Jean-Pons-Victor Lecoutz de," "A theoretical and practical grammar of the French tongue," 1.0 1
"Culpeper, Nicholas," "The english physician enlarged" 1.0 1
"Sloss, James," "A sermon preached on occasion of the fast, April 11, 1744;" 1.0 1
"Sloss, James," "The faithful and wise steward." 1.0 1
"Markham, George," "More truth for the seekers;" 1.0 1
"Markham, George," "Truth for the seekers;" 1.0 1
"Sophia Charlotte," "A letter against popery:" 1.0 1
"Stele, James." "An essay on manufacturing milk into butter and cheese;" 1.0 1
"Pretyman, George," "Reflections on the cruelty of inclosing common-field lands," 1.0 1
"Pretyman, George," "A short answer to Earl Stanhope's observations on Mr. Pitt's plan for the reduction of the national debt." 1.0 1
"Diston, John." "The seaman's guide," 5.0 2
"Boydell, John," "A description of several pictures presented to the Corporation of the City of London," 1.0 1
"Minister of the Church of Scotland." "A word in season:" 1.0 1
"Nicholls, Thomas." "Shenstone; or, the force of benevolence." 1.0 1
"Settle, Elkanah," "The lady's triumph;" 1.0 1
"Settle, Elkanah," "The entertainments, set to musick, for the comic-dramatick opera, called, The lady's triumph. Written by Mr. Theobald, and set to musick by Mr. Galliard." 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "A brief discourse," 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "The christian indeed;" 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "The surest way of prospering in our military affairs the ensuing campaigns," 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "One nation," 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "The safe retreat from impending judgments." 1.0 1
"Edwards, John," "How to judge aright of the former and the present times." 1.0 1
"Clanbrassill, James Hamilton," "Two speeches on the late famous motion, by the Right Honourable the Lord L---k." 1.0 1
"Parker, John," "A sermon, preached in the parish-church of Rotherham," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A true copy of the last will and testament of the Right Reverend Father in God, Gilbert, Lord Bishop of Sarum:" 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "Burnet's travels:" 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A collection of speeches, prefaces, letters, &c." 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A sermon preach'd before His Majesty King George," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "The conclusion of Bishop Burnet's History" 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A sermon preach'd at St. Bridget's-Church," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A letter to the Reverend Mr. Trapp," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "An abridgment of Bishop Burnet's History of his own times." 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "Some passages of the life and death of the Right Honourable John Earl of Rochester," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "A relation of the barbarous and bloody massacre of about an hundred thousand Protestants, begun at Paris," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "The new preface and additional chapter," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "Reality without existence:" 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "The bishop of Salisbury his speech in the House of Lords, on the first article of the impeachment of Dr. Henry Sacheverell." 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "The generation of the Son of God," 1.0 1
"Burnet, Gilbert," "The bishop of Salisbury his speech in the House of Lords," 1.0 2
"Gentleman in London." "A view of the Queen and kingdom's enemies, in the case of the poor palatines:" 1.0 1
"Gentleman in London." "A letter from a gentleman in London to his friend in the country," 1.0 1
"Gentleman in London." "Candid and critical remarks on the Dialogues of the dead:" 1.0 1
"Gillies, John," "An inquiry," 1.0 1
"Colvill," "The albion princess:" 1.0 1
"Colvill," "A criticism on the late Reverend Mr. Holland's sermons." 1.0 1
"Curry, John," "Observations on the popery laws." 1.0 1
"Aylett, George," "A genuine state of a case in surgery:" 1.0 1
"Aylett, George," "A full reply to a letter," 1.0 1
"Brinsden, Matthias," "The case of Matthias Brinsden," 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "The description of Epsom," 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "The danger of mercenary Parliaments:" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "The grand mystery laid open:" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "The state-Anatomy of Great Britain." 1.0 4
"Toland, John," "The art of governing by parties." 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "An account of the courts of Prussia and Hanover;" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "Nazarenus:" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "Hypatia:" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "Dunkirk or Dover;" 1.0 1
"Toland, John," "The art of restoring." 1.0 2
"Goodere, Samuel," "The genuine trial of Samuel Goodere," 1.0 1
"Goodere, Samuel," "The authentick tryal of Samuel Goodere, Esq; Matthew Mahony, and Charles White," 1.0 1
"Goodere, Samuel," "The trials of Samuel Goodere Esq; Matthew Mahony, and Charles White, for the murder of Sir John Dineley Goodere Bart. (brother to the said Samuel Goodere,) On board His Majesty's Ship the Ruby: At the Sessions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and General Goal-Delivery, held in and for the City of Bristol, and County of the same City, in the Guild-Hall of the said City; Before the Right Worshipful Henry Combe Esq; Mayor of the said City, Michael Foster Esq; Serjeant at Law, Recorder; And Others His Majesty's Justices of Goal-Delivery. Begun on Tuesday, the 17th of March, 1740. and continued by Adjournment to Thursday, the 26th of the same month, 1741. Publish'd with the Approbation of Mr. Recorder." 1.0 1
"Revolutionist." "An address to the clergy, free-holders, citizens, &c. of Great-Britain." 1.0 1
"Bouyer, Reynold Gideon," "An account of the origin," 1.0 1
"Giles, Jacob." "Britain's hero:" 1.0 1
"Thorp, Robert," "A sermon preached at the Assizes, at Newcastle upon Tyne, Aug. 2, 1768, holden by The Hon. Sir Henry Gould, Knt. one of the Justices of the Court of Common-Pleas, and The Hon. Sir Joseph Yates, Knt. one of the Justices of the Court of King's-Bench. By Robert Thorp, M. A. Vicar of Chillingham, in Northumberland, and late Fellow of St Peter's College in Cambridge. Published by Desire." 1.0 1
"England, John," "A funeral sermon for John Derbie," 1.0 1
"Knight, Joel Abraham." "A word of friendly admonition to a Jew." 1.0 1
"Knight, Joel Abraham." "Reflections on the book of Ruth," 1.0 1
"Houghton, John," "Observations on the evidence of Christ's reurrection;" 1.0 1
"Owen, Edward," "The resources of Christian charity:" 1.0 1
"R. B." "The hell-Fire-Club: kept by a society of blasphemers." 1.0 1
"R. B." "The devil turn'd limner:" 1.0 1
"De Courcy, Richard," "Some elegiac lines, composed on the death of that faithful and painful servant of the Lord Jesus, the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield;" 1.0 1
"De Courcy, Richard," "A short account of the experience of Mrs. Hester Howell," 1.0 1
"Minister of the Church of England." "A method with a Roman Catholick. In two letters, from a minister of the Church of England, to his parishioner." 1.0 1
"Minister of the Church of England." "The nature of the prophesies of the Old Testament relating to the Messias." 1.0 1
"Minister of the Church of England." "The temple's advocate: or, a serious exhortation to a constant attendance on the daily publick-prayers of the Church. By a minister of the Church of England." 1.0 1
"Curson, John," "Who is the impostor discover'd;" 1.0 1
"Lover of the Truth, as it is in Jesus." "Plain dealing: or a friendly reproof to the Reverend Mr. William Bush, and Mr. David Jennings," 1.0 1
"Gower, R. H." "A treatise on the theory and practice of seamanship:" 1.0 1
"Williams, Helen Maria," "An ode on the peace." 1.0 1
"Williams, Helen Maria," "Peru, a poem. In six cantos. By Helen Maria Williams." 1.0 1
"Shrubsole, William," "The plain Christian shepherd's defence of his flock:" 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "The divine institution, order and government, of a visible church of Christ, according to the direction left by him in the New Testament, asserted, explained, and vindicated. By John Williams, Late Minister of the Gospel." 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "Richmond Wells: or, good luck at last. A comedy, acted at Mr. Penkethman's theatre in Richmond. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. John Williams." 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "The case of baptism consider'd," 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "An essay on the bilious or yellow fever of Jamaica:" 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "The crisis of the colonies considered;" 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "The present crisis of the colonies considered;" 1.0 1
"Williams, John," "The divine institution, order and government of a visible church of Christ, according to the direction left by him in the New Testament, asserted, explained, and vindicated. By John Williams, late Minister of the Gospel." 1.0 1
"Giles, W." "The guide to domestic happiness. In a series of letters." 1.0 1
"Salmon, Thomas," "The present state of the universities and of the five adjacent counties," 1.0 1
"Fuller, Francis," "Medicina gymnastica:" 1.0 1
"Brown, Christopher," "Itinerarium Novi Testamenti:" 33.0 3
"Brown, Christopher," "A supplement to the several almanacks for the year of our Lord God, 1752, 3, &c." 1.0 1
"Brown, Christopher," "Itinerarium totius sacræ scripturæ:" 1.0 1
"Brown, Christopher," "Itinerarium totius Sacræ Scripturæ:" 1.0 1
"Ashley, James." "The case and appeal of James Ashley" 1.0 1
"Ashley, James." "The case and appeal of James Ashley," 1.0 1
"Toulmin, Harry," "A short view of the life, sentiments, and character of Mr. John Mort," 1.0 1
"Cant, Andrew," "A sermon preached on the XXX day of January 1702/3 at Edinburgh," 1.0 1
"Fenton, Elijah," "On the first-fit of the gout." 1.0 1
"Old experienced officer." "An appeal to common sense; or, striking remarks on the conduct of L-t G-l Bl-gh, and C-re Lord H-e," 1.0 1
"Wakefield, Joseph." "The trial of Joseph Wakefield and Henry Smith," 1.0 1
"Bradbury, Charles." "Mr. Bradbury's case truly stated:" 1.0 1
"Bennet, Timothy," "An essay on the gout;" 1.0 1
"Bladon, Samuel," "Universal tables of interest and commission," 1.0 1
"Gardiner, William," "A literal exposition of two remarkable prophecies in the Old Testament," 1.0 1
"Gardiner, William," "A literal exposition of two prophecies cited by St. Matthew out of the Old Testament," 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "A sermon preach'd at the cathedral church of Canterbury." 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "The clergy of the Church of England vindicated," 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "A brief history of the rise and progress of Anabaptism in England." 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "Uniting and monopolizing farms," 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "A vindication of the right reverend the Ld. Bishop of Norwich," 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "A specimen of the gross errors in the second volume of Mr. Collier's Ecclesiastical history: being a vindication of the Right Reverend and Learned Dr. Gilbert Burnet, late Bishop of Sarum, from the several reflections made on him and his history of the Reformation; in the several places of it noted in a late advertisement in the Evening post, No 2254." 1.0 1
"Lewis, John," "A defence of the communion office and catechism of the Church of England, from the False and groundless charge of their favouring the doctrine of transubstantiation; brought against them by two of the present popish English missionaries in their late books, entitled, Pastoral instructions, &c. printed A. D. 1713. And A plain answer to Dr. Middleton's Letter from Rome, printed A. D. 1741. Addressed to the Inhabitants of London and Westminster, By John Lewis, M. A. Minister of Margate in Kent." 1.0 1
"Godfrey, Ambrose," "A curious research into the element of water;" 1.0 1
"Scott, Robert," "Elegies." 1.0 1
"Shippen, W." "The case of not taking the oaths," 1.0 1
"Timotheus," "Private judgment defended;" 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "A vindication of the postscript to a book, called, The necessary use of tradition to understand the Holy Scriptures:" 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "A true scripture account of the nature and benefits of the Holy Eucharist," 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "The extent of Christ's commission to baptize." 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "Dr. Brett's vindication of himself," 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "A farther proof of the necessity of tradition, to explain and interpret the Holy Scriptures." 1.0 1
"Brett, Thomas," "A sermon on remission of sins," 1.0 1
"Craftsman in town." "The office and duty of a king: in a letter from a craftsman in town, to his friend in the country." 1.0 1
"Maxwell, James," "The good tidings of salvation reveal'd to the world by Jesus Christ:" 1.0 1
"Maxwell, James," "A birth-Day poem for James Maxwell," 1.0 1
"Gervaise, Isaac." "The system or theory of the trade of the world." 1.0 1
"Harman, Ephraim." "A letter to Thomas Randolph, a doctor of Oxford;" 1.0 1
"Lindsay, James." "A sermon, preached at Monkwell Street meeting-house, October 16th, 1796, on occasion of the death of Dr. James Fordyce, Formerly Pastor of the Congregation Worshipping in that Place, who died at Bath, October 1st, aged 76. By James Lindsay." 1.0 1
"Byrche, William," "A sermon preach'd at the consecration of the Right Reverend Father in God Edward Lord Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry," 1.0 1
"" "Considerations on the acts of Parliament relative to highways in Scotland, and on the new scheme of a tax in lieu of statute-labour. Together with an abstract of these acts, and a plan for a new general act." 1.0 1
"" "Robin's panegyrick. Or, the Norfolk miscellany." 1.0 1
"" "The birth," 1.0 1
"" "La parodia del Pastor fido." 1.0 1
"" "The dramatic muse;" 1.0 1
"" "The devout Christian's companion." 12.0 3
"" "An alphabetical draught of the polls of Tho. Vere, Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "Remarks on a pamphlet," 1.0 1
"" "The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris, for the year 1793." 1.0 1
"" "Publications printed at the expence of the Society for preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers. Number I." 1.0 1
"" "Louis le rampant; or, Argenson in his altitudes. An heroical epistle, to be learn'd by heart, by all non-associators; and all who are bashful in the day of battle." 1.0 1
"" "The oxford almanack of 1712," 1.0 1
"" "A collection of letters publish'd in Old England: or, the constitutional journal." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the mayor and corporation of Deale," 1.0 1
"" "The law of nature defended by scripture: against a learned class of moderns, who think it needful, in order to support the credit of revealed religion against deists, to deny the existence of that law. An Axiom. The spirit of a man is of a nobler make than the spirit of a beast; the former being so made as naturally to receive, from surrounding objects, and the course of things, impressions of a higher order than the latter is capable of. Warranted by Scripture." 1.0 1
"" "Is this the truth?" 1.0 1
"" "A view of the beau monde:" 1.0 1
"" "Fact against scandal:" 1.0 1
"" "A complete key to the three parts of Law is a bottomless-pit," 1.0 1
"" "Characteristicks: a dialogue." 1.0 1
"" "A tale of the mag-pies and jack-daws." 1.0 1
"" "The new constitution of France." 1.0 1
"" "Mr. Molesworth's preface." 1.0 1
"" "A cabinet council;" 1.0 1
"" "The harlot's progress:" 1.0 2
"" "An address to true Christians on the signs and duties of the times." 1.0 1
"" "The humble address of an old distressed and discarded courtier, vulgarly called Common Honesty, to the Right Honourable the Lords of the *********, and other great men in spiritual and temporal power, in the island of G----t Btn." 1.0 1
"" "The cabinet of love or a collection of the most affecting anecdotes" 1.0 1
"" "The fatal harmony: or, an agreement betwixt the Jesuits and High-Church, to make void the Laws of God and man, demonstrated, by the writings of the former, compar'd with the known practices of the latter: under each of the ten commandments." 1.0 1
"" "A miscellaneous essay on the rheumatism," 1.0 1
"" "An apology for the Monthly review;" 1.0 1
"" "The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris, for the year 1791." 1.0 1
"" "A short narrative of the sufferings of the missionaries in the island of Tongataboo, in the South Sea. In a letter from one of them lately returned to England in his Majesty's ship Reliance, to a gentleman in this town. To which is added, Description of the Island of Tongataboo, From Captain Cook's Voyages." 1.0 1
"" "The patriot. A poem, humbly dedicated to His grace the Duke of Bolton, Lord Chamberlain of His Majesty's Houshold, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, and One of the Lords of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy-Council, &c." 1.0 1
"" "The younger brother: or, the sham marquis." 1.0 2
"" "The true history of the life and sudden death of old John Overs, the rich ferry-man of London," 1.0 1
"" "Miscellaneous extracts," 1.0 1
"" "A warning to English protestants," 1.0 1
"" "A genuine account of the behaviour, confessions, and dying words," 1.0 1
"" "Publications printed by order of the Society for preserving liberty and property against Republicans and Levellers. Number IV." 1.0 1
"" "The objections against the repeal of the corporation and test acts considered:" 1.0 1
"" "The weymouth guide:" 1.0 1
"" "A summary account of the deists religion:" 1.0 1
"" "The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris, for the year 1785." 1.0 1
"" "Proceedings of the Association for preserving liberty and property against Republicans and levellers." 1.0 1
"" "An enquiry into the advantage received by the first eight years inoculation." 1.0 1
"" "The filberd: or, the compleatest medley of wit ever yet published: being the marrow of all other jest-books. Calculated To kill Care, banish Sorrow, promote Mirth, and prove an everlasting Cordial to Low Spirits. Being a Comical Collection of Funny Stories, Lively Jests, Witty Repartees, Humourcus Tales, Smart Quibbles, Ridiculous Bulls, Coaical Humbugs, Droll Narrations, New Conundrums, Merry Epigrams, Keen Epitaphs, Toasts, Sentiments, Hob Nobs, Choice Songs, Diverrting Poems, &c. The whole teaching the agreeable Art of Story-Telling, and furnishing Pieces of Wit for the Amusement and Improvement of both Sexes. Wit, a thousand different Shapes it bears, And comely in a thousand Forms appears." 1.0 1
"" "The clergy vindicated:" 1.0 1
"" "Egypt delivered;" 1.0 1
"" "The visitation sermon. A satire." 1.0 1
"" "Publications printed by order of the Society for preserving Liberty and Property against Republicans and Levellers. Number II." 1.0 1
"" "Modern patriotism," 1.0 1
"" "An excursory view of the present state of men and things. A satire. In a dialogue between the author and his friend." 1.0 1
"" "The origin of Fairlop Fair," 1.0 1
"" "The ramble or, a view of several amorous and diverting intrigues lately pass'd between some ladies of Drury, and two certain rakes living near St. James's." 1.0 1
"" "A mirrour for the rulers of the people." 1.0 1
"" "German politicks, or, the modern system examined and refuted;" 11.0 2
"" "Kitty and Dick: or, the nightingale. A tale. To which is added, The milk-maid, or the Heifer; a Tale. Isabella's sparrow, a Ballad. An epigram. The Two Thousand Pounds Bond, or a necessary Settlement: A Tale. The Hermit and his Son, or Father Philip's Geese: A Ballad. The Irishman, a Tale." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the tars of old England." 1.0 1
"" "The 29th of May:" 1.0 1
"" "The true state of England." 1.0 1
"" "Letters and dissertations on religion." 1.0 1
"" "An account of the rise of the war with Spain in 1718." 1.0 1
"" "The contrast, or behaviour of two criminals," 1.0 1
"" "The duke of Marlborough's letter to Her Majesty," 1.0 1
"" "The advantage of misfortune:" 1.0 1
"" "Ceremonial for the private interment of her late Royal Highness, Princess Amelia-Sophia-Eleonora, second daughter of his late Majesty King George the Second, In the Chapel of King Henry Vii, at Westminster, On Saturday, the 11th day of November, 1786." 1.0 1
"" "Vocal music:" 1.0 1
"" "The life and history of Lewis XIV." 1.0 1
"" "Seasonable admonitions." 1.0 1
"" "The village rambler." 1.0 1
"" "A new treatise on short hand," 1.0 1
"" "The sentence of the Lieutenant-Criminal at Paris," 1.0 1
"" "The whole proceedings against Robert Earl of Oxford," 1.0 1
"" "The dumb philosopher;" 1.0 1
"" "The use of circulating libraries considered;" 1.0 1
"" "A friendly advice, for preserving the purity of doctrine, and peace of the church." 1.0 1
"" "Remarks on a scandalous libel," 1.0 1
"" "The charge given by Dr. Hugh Boulter," 1.0 1
"" "Observations upon Elias Marion," 1.0 1
"" "An exact account of the poll, as it stood between the Honourable Mr. Trevor, and Wm. Bromley, Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "On the power and effects of Gowland's lotion," 1.0 1
"" "Bibliotheca topographica Britannica. No VI. Part II. Containing Mr. Thorpe's Illustration of several antiquities in Kent, which have hitherto remained undescribed. To which is added, a letter from Dr. Plott, intended for the Royal Society." 1.0 1
"" "Dutch modesty exposed to English view:" 1.0 1
"" "The scotch hut, a poem, addressed to Euphorbus;" 1.0 1
"" "Memoirs of love and gallantry;" 1.0 1
"" "A letter to a friend," 1.0 1
"" "A reply to old 'post meridiem vitæ,' otherwise" 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Jones:" 1.0 1
"" "Les delices des chateaux royaux:" 1.0 1
"" "A tryal of skill between a Court Lord, and a Twickenham' Squire Inscrib'd to Mr. Pope." 1.0 1
"" "Divine recreations." 1.0 1
"" "The craftsman's nosegay." 1.0 1
"" "Thoughts on the interference of Great Britain with the political concerns of the continent." 1.0 1
"" "An essay concerning slavery, and the danger Jamaica is expos'd to from the too great number of slaves," 1.0 1
"" "The cruel relation:" 1.0 1
"" "The whole book of Psalms, collected into English metre," 1.0 1
"" "The beauties of administration," 1.0 1
"" "Count Piper's packet:" 1.0 1
"" "A genuine account of Nova Scotia: containing, a description of its situation, air, Climate, Soil and its Produce; also Rivers, Bays, Harbours, and Fish, with which they abound in very great Plenty. To which is added, His Majesty's proposals, as an encouragement to those who are willing to settle there." 1.0 1
"" "An essay for establishing a new Parliament money:" 1.0 1
"" "Fanatical moderation:" 1.0 1
"" "A session of painters, occasion'd by the death of the late Sir Godfrey Kneller, inscrib'd to his widow, the Lady Kneller." 1.0 1
"" "The necessity of a new Parliament asserted." 1.0 1
"" "The political dramatist of the House of Commons," 1.0 1
"" "Parnassus to be sold: or, the poetical estate." 1.0 1
"" "Popish gratitude, or, 'tis nonsense to talk of it. Being a brief account of the usage of those Protestants who follow'd the late King James, and the Pretender, since the Abdication, both in France and Ireland. With a list of the Court of St. Germains." 1.0 1
"" "The court and city English register," 1.0 1
"" "The truth, certainty, and simplicity of the Christian revelation;" 1.0 1
"" "The proceedings at the sessions of oyer and terminer and goal-delivery for the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England," 1.0 1
"" "An essay in praise of knavery." 1.0 2
"" "A seasonable and salutary word, humbly offered to the wise in heart," 1.0 1
"" "The royal chase; a poem." 1.0 1
"" "Thalia to Eliza:" 1.0 1
"" "An elegy on the death of Mr. Alexander Pope." 1.0 1
"" "The holy Bible, containing the Old Testament and the New: Translated out of the Original Tongues, and With the former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised, By His Majesty's special Command. Appointed to be read in Churches." 1.0 1
"" "Memoirs relating to the impeachment of Thomas Earl of Danby," 1.0 1
"" "The picture of Parliament:" 1.0 1
"" "Enthusiasm display'd: being a true copy of a most learned, conscientious, and devout exercise, or sermon, held forth the last Lord's day of April, 1649. at Sir P---- T----'s house in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell. As it was faithfully taken in characters by Aaron Guerdon. To which are added, I. The general character of Oliver, extracted from various Authors. II. His Particular Character. By Bevil Higgons; Esq; III. An exact Account of his Magnificent Lying in State, and Pompous Funeral. IV. Some Conjectures concerning the Place of his Burial. By Bishop Kennet. V. Poems on his death. By Mr. Waller and Mr. Cowley." 1.0 1
"" "The famous tragedy of K. Charles I. Basely butchered by those who are, Omne nefas proni patare pudoris inanes Crudeles, violenti, Importunique tyranni Mendaces, falsi, perversi, perfidiosi, Faedifragi, falsis verbis infunda loquentes. In which is Included, The several Combinations and Machinations that brought that Incomparable Prince to the Block, the overtures hapning at the Famous Seige of Colchester; the Tragical Falls of Sir Charles Lucas and Sir Geor-Liste: The just reward of the Leveller Rainsborough, Hamilton and Bailies Treacheries, in delivering the late Scottish Army into the Hands of Cromwell, and the Design the Rebels have to Destroy the Royal Posterity." 1.0 1
"" "Fifty queries concerning the present Oxfordshire contest," 1.0 1
"" "The injur'd husband's revenge;" 1.0 1
"" "A week's preparation for solemnizing the thirtieth of January." 1.0 1
"" "Where are your bishops now?" 1.0 1
"" "The present interest of the people of Great-Britain," 1.0 1
"" "An exact list of all those who voted for and against the late convention in the House of Commons, The Names of the Places for which they serve, their several known Employments, their visible yearly Salaries, in distinct Columns; With an Introduction proper to the Subject and also certain Queries, very seasonable at this Time. To which is added, a list of all those who voted for and against the Excise, in the year 1733. For the Use of the Electors of Great Britain." 1.0 1
"" "La costanza di Rosinella," 1.0 1
"" "The famous Bull Unigenitus, in English. With a short history of its rise and progress." 1.0 1
"" "Some considerations humbly offer'd touching the administration and receiving the sacrament of the Lord's supper, as directed by the Test-Act." 1.0 1
"" "The portsmouth guide; or, a description of the ancient and present state of the place; Its Buildings, Charitable Foundations, Fairs, Markets, Play-House and Assembly-Room; With the Times of coming in and going out of Machines, Waggons, Posts, &c. To which is added, some account of the Isle of Wight, a Description of Spithead, the Harbour, the Dock-Yard, Gun-Wharf, Common, Gosport, Haslar Hospital, several of the adjacent Towns, Gentlemen's Seats, &c. &c. Interspersed with many Particulars, Useful, Curious, and Entertaining." 1.0 1
"" "Some considerations on the British fisheries." 1.0 1
"" "The speech of Boissy D'Anglas," 1.0 1
"" "An earnest address to Britons. Wherein the several artifices made use of by the emissaries of France and Rome, to corrupt the minds of the people, and to overturn our happy constitution, are explained, and laid open to public view." 1.0 1
"" "The cambridge University calendar," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to a leading great man, concerning the rights of the people to petition, and the reasonableness of complying with such petitions." 1.0 1
"" "A narrative of the incidents which form the mystery, in the family of General Gunning. With biographical sketches; and strictures on the \"vindication\" of Mrs. Gunning. Comprising copies of all the letters, affidavits, &c. &c. The whole placed in a new point of view." 1.0 1
"" "The morality of the east;" 1.0 1
"" "An enquiry into the real interest of princes in the persons of their ambassadors," 1.0 1
"" "A collection of family-prayers from the devotional writings of Baxter," 1.0 1
"" "The young man's universal companion." 1.0 1
"" "A collection of papers scatter'd lately about the town in the Daily-Courant," 1.0 1
"" "Pope's ghost: a ballad. To the tune of William and Margaret." 1.0 1
"" "The debate on the East India relief bill," 1.0 1
"" "Husbandry moralized;" 1.0 1
"" "The puzzle: being a choice collection of conundrums." 1.0 2
"" "Observations on the last debate upon the Dehly negociations, and the proposed impeachment of Mr. Hastings." 1.0 1
"" "Letters," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to a friend, in vindication of the directors of the South-Sea Company, in answer to the speech of E-st-ce B-g-ll Esq; made at a general court of that Company in Merchant Taylors Hall, the 20th of September, 1720. To which are annexed, Some Remarks on his Second Speech, and Mr. W-lk-r's." 1.0 1
"" "The rights of the devil;" 1.0 1
"" "Turncoat, a parody of the tragedy of Athelstan. In one act." 1.0 1
"" "The secret history of Pythagoras:" 1.0 1
"" "The dangerous consequences of repealing the sacramental test at this time, plainly demonstrated." 1.0 1
"" "The windsor medley:" 1.0 2
"" "An essay to prove that Christians are agreed in the supreme object of worship," 1.0 1
"" "A reply to Mr. John Johnson's remarks," 1.0 1
"" "Dawley," 1.0 1
"" "Thoughts on the Prince's debts." 1.0 2
"" "Reasons against building a bridge from Lambeth to Westminster." 1.0 1
"" "Considerations on the legality of general warrants," 1.0 1
"" "The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches." 61.0 3
"" "Songs," 1.0 1
"" "The satyric muse." 1.0 1
"" "Female honour." 1.0 1
"" "An exposition of the XXXIV article of religion," 1.0 1
"" "Love in all shapes." 1.0 1
"" "The winchester guide;" 1.0 1
"" "The circumvention, or, the amorous successful politician; a tale. Being of very diverting account of a pleasing disappointment, which happen'd. To a lady of quality, outwitted by Lord Crafty: a bashaw, in the present Turkish Court. Render'd into English." 1.0 1
"" "The history of a schoolboy." 1.0 1
"" "The British tocsin; or, proofs of national ruin." 1.0 1
"" "The speech of the Lord Haversham's ghost." 1.0 2
"" "A letter to the honourable House-of-Commons:" 1.0 1
"" "A criticism on The foundling." 1.0 1
"" "The trial of George Robert Fitzgerald, Esq. Timothy Brecknock, Esq. Barrister At Law, and others, for the murder of Patrick Randal M'donnel, Esq. and Mr. Hipson. Taken in short hand by Patrick Murphy, gent." 1.0 1
"" "A handful of flowers for a Christian." 1.0 1
"" "An account of the death of Mrs. Anne Thornton," 2.0 2
"" "The compleat English and French vermin-killer:" 1.0 1
"" "A paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's 1st Epistle to the Thessalonians. In Imitation of Mr. Locke's Manner. By the author of the Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistle to Philemon." 1.0 1
"" "An address to the electors of the city of Bristol," 1.0 1
"" "The songs, trios, glees, &c. &c." 1.0 1
"" "A companion in a post-chaise; or, an amusement for a leisure hour at home: containing a careful selection from the most approved and entertaining pieces, in verse and prose, that have appeared for many years past." 1.0 1
"" "Poetical blossoms:" 1.0 1
"" "The present state of Virginia," 1.0 1
"" "The new London city jester; or, a banquet of wit, mirth, and fancy. Calculated for the entertainment and amusement of both sexes. Including All The Fashionable Jests, Epigrams, Merry Tales, Humorous Jokes, Bon Mots, Conundrums, Irish Bulls, Comical Humbugs, Droll Narrations, Smart Repartees, New Adventures, Funny Epitaphs, And Witticisms, &c. &c." 1.0 1
"" "The little spelling book, or child's best instructor, a pleasing introduction to spelling and reading. Ornamented with cuts." 1.0 1
"" "Great Britain's glory:" 1.0 1
"" "A list of the Members of Parliament who voted for and against taking the Hanover troops into British pay, December 10, 1742. To which is added, the Lords protest on that occasion, &c." 1.0 1
"" "Proper lessons for the Tories," 1.0 2
"" "Pindarics;" 1.0 1
"" "A third grand selection of sacred music." 1.0 1
"" "The tit-Bit. A tale." 1.0 1
"" "A copy of the bill of indictment found against Thomas Hardy, John Horne Tooke, John Augustus Bonney, Stewart Kyd, Jeremiah Joyce, Thomas Wardle, Thomas Holcroft, John Richter, Matthew Moore, John Thelwall, Richard Hodgson, and John Baxter. For high treason. With a list of the grand and petty jurors, and the names of the witnesses. Who have been Subpoened on the Part of the Crown." 1.0 1
"" "Remarks upon Mr. Chambres's Sermon on the Restoration, preached at St. Paul's, May 29th, 1733." 1.0 1
"" "The life and actions of Prince Eugene of Savoy;" 1.0 1
"" "Remarks on a late book, intitled, An essay on the publick debts of this Kingdom, &c." 1.0 2
"" "A general collection of treaties, manifesto's, contracts of marriage, renunciations, and other publick papers. From 1495. to the Present Time. Particularly, That for our Netherland Trade between Henry Vii. and the Duke of Burgundy. Treaty between Q. Elizabeth and the French King, relating to Calais. Treaties of Queen Elizabeth, James I. and Charles I. for defence of the United Provinces, and for protecting the Protestants of France. Treaties of Trade and Commerce with France, Holland, &c. Contracts of Marriage of Lewis XIII. Lewis XIV. &c. Treaty for restoring New France, Acadia and Canada, to the English. Treaty of Munster compleated. The Gertruydenberg Treaty, with the Letters which follow'd upon it. The Barrier-Treaty, 1709. Elector of Hanover's Memorial. Dutch Memorial about the State of the War, and Letter to the Queen. Cessation of Arms between England and France, 1712. K. Philip V's Renunciation; with many others. With an Introduction, giving some Account of this Work. Volume the Second." 1.0 1
"" "A full and faithful account of the intrigue between Mr Noble and Mrs Sayer." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the members of the Society for the encouragement of arts, manufactures, and commerce:" 1.0 1
"" "An account of the rise, progress, and present state," 1.0 1
"" "The london directory; or, an account of the stage coaches and carriers, from London to the different towns in Great Britain. Describing the Number of Miles to each Town, with the Fares to be paid, and the Days and Hours of setting out from the different Inns, Wharfs, &c. in and near London. With an account of the coasting vessels, barges, and boats; and the several Wharfs, Keys, and Stairs, where they usually lie to take in Goods and Passengers." 3.0 2
"" "Worcester Music Meeting." 1.0 1
"" "A short scriptural explication of the faith and doctrine of the Church of England:" 1.0 1
"" "A seasonable apology for Father Dominick, chaplain to Prince Prettyman the Catholick," 1.0 1
"" "The true principles of the Revolution revived and asserted." 1.0 1
"" "The nonjuror unmask'd." 1.0 1
"" "A faithful account of the cruelties done to the Protestants On Board the French King's Gallies," 1.0 1
"" "Britannia's fortune-teller." 1.0 1
"" "An humble address to our soveraign lord the people." 1.0 1
"" "An antiquarian doctor's sermon," 1.0 1
"" "A true, authentick, and impartial history of the life and glorious actions of the Czar of Muscovy: from his birth to his death. Containing, I. An Exact Account of his Title, Descent, Family and Issue. II. His Detection of the several Plots formed against him, and his Punishment of the Conspirators. III. His Wars with the Turks, Swedes and Polanders; and his successful and unparalleled Conquests over those People. IV. His Travels into Europe, &c. for the Improvement of Arts, Sciences, Military Discipline and Naval Affairs, more particularly to Germany, Holland, and the Courts of England and France. V. His Remarkable Speech at his Return Home. VI. His Proceedings against the Czarewitz his Son, his Nomination of a Successor, his Sickness, Death and Interment. The whole compiled from the Russian, High Dutch and French languages, state papers, and other publick authorities." 1.0 1
"" "A vindication of Dr. Snape," 1.0 1
"" "Proposals for redressing some grievances which greatly affect the whole nation." 1.0 1
"" "The charters of the following provinces of North America;" 1.0 1
"" "A mirror for the multitude;" 2.0 2
"" "The dog and bitch, and the bees and drones: fables. With applications, moral and political, adapted to the times. To which are annexed, an attempt to account for a certain statesman's opposition to a French war, in an epigram; and his Rival's Triumph, In an Ode to Praise." 1.0 1
"" "Three letters to the Bishop of Lichfield and Coventry." 1.0 1
"" "Reflections arising from the immorality of the present age: In which some self-evident Facts are pointed at, which seem to call for a more immediate Redress, than any other Article in our Policy, either at Home or Abroad." 1.0 1
"" "A memorial presented to their high mightinesses the States-General, by His Majesty the King of Poland's resident at the Hague, concerning the Prussian invasion into the Electorate of Saxony." 1.0 1
"" "The history of Colonel Francis Ch-Rtr-s." 1.0 1
"" "The comparison or whiggish fulsom flattery exemplifyed" 1.0 1
"" "Bristol: an abstract of the city charter." 1.0 1
"" "Review of a sermon, entitled Thoughts on the Athanasian creed; preached at Stony-Stratford, April 12, 1790, At the Visitation of the Archdeacon of Bucks; and Published at the Request of the Clergy Present; by John Hey, D. D. Norrisian Professor of Divinity, in the University of Cambridge." 1.0 1
"" "The new universal story-teller," 1.0 1
"" "The life of Thomas Ld Cromwell," 1.0 1
"" "A looking-Glass for the Jews:" 1.0 1
"" "Thoughts on commerce" 1.0 1
"" "Observations on several Acts of Parliament, passed in the fourth, sixth and seventh years of his present Majesty's reign." 1.0 1
"" "The goldfinch. Being a select collection of the most celebrated English songs." 1.0 1
"" "The vision. A poem to the memory of Jonas Hanway, Esquire." 1.0 1
"" "The shorter catechism," 1.0 1
"" "The tunbridge and Bath miscellany for the year 1714." 1.0 1
"" "Lady Mary:" 1.0 1
"" "A warning to the inhabitants of Europe," 1.0 1
"" "Honour retriv'd from faction: in a dialogue between Smith and Johnson." 1.0 1
"" "Cases of divorce for several causes;" 1.0 1
"" "The poll for members of Parliament for the borough of Ipswich;" 1.0 1
"" "Lucy, a pastoral." 1.0 1
"" "The female Dunciad." 1.0 1
"" "A sermon preach'd against Quakerism." 1.0 1
"" "The trial of Michael Walker, Richard Payne, and John Cox," 1.0 1
"" "The parliamentary right of the crown of England asserted," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the author of The Weekly Miscellany. Wherein his notion of a state of absolute reprobation, or a judicial and unalterable Incapacity of Repentance is refuted; and Dr. Lucas's Preservative against despair vindicated from the Exceptions of that Writer. To which are added, The Weekly Miscellanies of the third and tenth of March last, that gave occasion to this letter." 1.0 1
"" "Fortunes tricks in forty-six." 1.0 1
"" "The road to Hymen made plain," 1.0 1
"" "Patriotism! A farce. As is acted by his Majesty's servants." 1.0 1
"" "The history of La Rivière. Translated from the French." 1.0 1
"" "The fickle courtier," 1.0 1
"" "A testimony to the original principles of the secession," 1.0 1
"" "A collect upon the accession of His present Majesty George the Third, &c." 1.0 1
"" "An essay on the original, use, and excellency, of the noble art and mystery of printing." 1.0 1
"" "The proceedings of the late directors of the South-Sea Company," 1.0 1
"" "The modesty and moderation of the Dissenters set in a true light;" 1.0 1
"" "Reflexions on man, and his relation to other beings." 1.0 1
"" "An essay on tragedy, with a critical examen of Mahomet and Irene." 1.0 1
"" "The new whole duty of man," 1.0 1
"" "Considerations on the definitive treaty," 1.0 1
"" "(with Additions.) A companion to the royal kalendar," 1.0 1
"" "Tunbrigalia: or, Tunbridge miscellanies, for the year 1719." 1.0 1
"" "Reasons against a standing army." 1.0 1
"" "The crisis of honesty." 1.0 1
"" "The coalitionist." 1.0 1
"" "A review of the narrative and state of the proceedings of the judicatories against Mr. Ebenezer Erskine Minister at Stirling, Mr. William Wilson Minister at Perth, Mr. Alexander Moncrieff Minister at Abernethy, and Mr. James Fisher Minister at Kinclaven; emitted by a committee of the Commission of the General Assembly. Wherein The Reasonings of the said Narrative are examined, and the Representation that is made of the Proceedings of the Judicatories enquired into. Published by the foresaid ministers, for their just and necessary vindication." 1.0 2
"" "To the Queen. The humble supplication of certain of Her Majesty's faithful and peaceable subjects, called Protestant dissenters," 1.0 1
"" "A true and faithful narrative of the life and actions of John Oneby, Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "Female inconstancy display'd in three diverting histories," 1.0 2
"" "A word in season." 1.0 1
"" "A view of some deficiencies in the aids of trade;" 1.0 1
"" "Reasons for repealing the Occasional and Schism-Acts. To which is added, A true and correct list of the Lords and Commons of the Fifth Parliament of Great-Britain, to meet at Westminster, the 17th of March. Dedicated to a certain Earl." 1.0 1
"" "His Catholic Majesty's most Christian manifesto," 1.0 1
"" "The doctor no changeling:" 1.0 1
"" "Tory pills to purge Whig melancholy." 1.0 1
"" "The brighthelmston directory," 1.0 1
"" "Publications printed by order of the Society for preserving liberty and property against Republicans and Levellers. Number VI." 1.0 1
"" "The doctrines of justification by the imputation of Christ's righteousness, and of the operations and in-dwelling of the divine spirit, proved by the articles, homilies, the writings of the fathers, and the testimony of the martyrs, To be the Doctrines of the Church of England: In Opposition to those Who, while they profess themselves to be Members of the said Church, are sapping its Foundation, by Innovations, and schismatical Doctrines. In a Letter to a Brother." 1.0 1
"" "A new edition of the royal Kalendar;" 4.0 3
"" "The beauties of Harrogate and Knaresbro' A poem." 1.0 1
"" "The usefulness of the stage to religion, and to government:" 1.0 2
"" "The christian's plea," 1.0 1
"" "The contest." 1.0 1
"" "The British letter-writer:" 1.0 1
"" "The life and intrigues of the late celebrated Mrs. Mary Parrimore," 1.0 1
"" "The horse and the flies. A tale." 1.0 1
"" "A dialogue between A. and B. containing some remarks upon Mr. Steele's letter to the Englishman:" 1.0 1
"" "The life of John Phillips," 1.0 1
"" "A review of the whole political conduct of a late eminent patriot, and his friends; for twenty years last past: in which is contained, a complete history of the late Opposition: and a full answer to a pamphlet, entitled, Faction detected by the evidence of facts, &c." 1.0 1
"" "The offspring of fancy;" 1.0 1
"" "Serious considerations on a late very important decision of the House of Commons." 1.0 1
"" "Report from the Committee of Secrecy, of the House of Lords in Ireland," 1.0 1
"" "The witticisms, anecdotes, jests, and sayings, of Dr. Samuel Johnson," 7.0 4
"" "The book of coach-rates:" 1.0 1
"" "The poll for the election of members to serve in Parliament for the city of York, begun Wednesday, May 13th, 1741; before John Raper, Gent. Thomas Matthews, Gent. Sheriffs. Sir John Lister Kaye, Bart. Godfrey Wentworth, Esq; Edward Thompson, Esq; Sir William Milner, Bart. Candidates." 1.0 1
"" "Memoirs of the new Insect:" 1.0 1
"" "The pretensions of Don Carlos considered:" 1.0 1
"" "Observations on the scheme of Mr. Law, in France, and of Sir Humphrey Mackworth, in Great-Britain;" 1.0 1
"" "The royal psalmodist compleat:" 1.0 1
"" "Thoughts on the nature of true devotion, with reflections on the late fast." 1.0 1
"" "Ode to the genius of Great-Britain." 1.0 1
"" "David's repentance;" 1.0 1
"" "The medalist." 1.0 1
"" "A second course of letters on Baptism," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to Sir R------ H------- wherein is considered," 1.0 1
"" "The report to the Honourable the House of Commons, of such of the commissioners and trustees as have been appointed to execute the several trusts and powers in relation to England, Ireland, and elsewhere, (except Scotland) contained in two several acts of Parliament; the one intitled, An act for appointing commissioners to enquire of the estates of certain traitors, and of Popish Recusants, and of Estates given to Superstitious Uses, in Order to raise Money out of them severally for the Use of the Publick; the other intitled, An act for vesting the forfeited estates in Great-Britain and Ireland in trustees, to be Sold for the Use of the Publick; and for giving Relief to Lawful Creditors by Determining the Claims; and for the more effectual bringing into the Respective Exchequers the Rents and Profits of the said Estates till Sold." 1.0 1
"" "The pleasing companion; or short histories to instruct and entertain all little boys and girls. Adorned with cuts." 1.0 1
"" "An epistle to Eustace Budgell Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "Considerations on two papers," 1.0 1
"" "Natural reflexions on the present conduct of His Prussian Majesty:" 1.0 1
"" "A circumstantial account of the ensuing regatta;" 1.0 1
"" "The bath and Bristol guide:" 1.0 1
"" "Youth's entertaining and instructive calendar for the jubilee year 1750." 1.0 1
"" "Hints for city amusements;" 1.0 1
"" "A treatise on the custom of counting noses." 1.0 1
"" "A serious address to the public, concerning the most probable means of avoiding the dangers of inoculation. Very necessary to be read by Parents and Guardians who design to inoculate their Children, &c. as well as by Adults who chuse to be inoculated. Felix quem faciunt aliena pericula cautum." 1.0 1
"" "Some observations on the trial of Mr. Thomas Carr, who was executed at Tyburn, January 18. 1737. With some remarks on the partial and contradictory account given of him by the Ordinary of Newgate. Also A Relation of his Behaviour during the latter Days of his Life, and in his last Minutes, taken from the Mouth of the Rev. Mr. Wilson, who attended him before, and at his Execution; and a Copy of the Letter which he desired to be printed, and delivered to Mr. Rawlinson the High Constable of Westminster. With several Affidavits relating to the Prosecutor and his Character." 1.0 1
"" "The rival brothers; a tragedy, acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn Fields; by Her Majesties servants." 1.0 1
"" "The south downs." 1.0 1
"" "The old and new ministry compar'd," 1.0 1
"" "An account of the proceedings, intentions," 1.0 1
"" "The testimonies of several citizens of Fickleborough, in the Kingdom of Fairy-Land, concerning the life and character of Robert Hush, commonly called, Bob. To which are prefixed, some memoirs of the life of Charity Hush, the grandfather, and of Oliver Hush, the Father of the said Bob." 1.0 1
"" "A new ballad on the taking of Porto-Bello," 1.0 1
"" "The windsor guide, containing a description of the town and castle;" 1.0 1
"" "A detection of the falshood, abuse," 1.0 1
"" "The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris for the year 1802." 1.0 1
"" "The northern heroine." 1.0 1
"" "Parsley's fashionable lyric companion." 1.0 1
"" "The following letter having been sent by an anonymous correspondent," 1.0 1
"" "An enquiry into the merits of the supposed preliminaries of peace, signed on the 3d instant." 1.0 1
"" "The secret history of state intrigues in the management of the Scepter," 1.0 1
"" "Æsop the wanderer:" 1.0 1
"" "Acts and proceedings of the Associate Presbytery," 1.0 1
"" "The nautical almanac and astronomical ephemeris for the year 1804." 1.0 1
"" "The trial of Kenith Mackenzie, Esq; for the wilful murder of Kenith Murray Mackenzie, at Fort Morea, on the coast of Africa, on the fourth of August, 1782: who was tried by a special commission at Justice Hall in the Old Bailey, on Friday the 10th of December, 1784, and received sentence of death." 1.0 1
"" "The lords protests," 1.0 1
"" "Marraton and Yaratilda." 1.0 1
"" "The richmond maidenhead, a tale." 1.0 1
"" "A new bloody ballad on the bloody battle at Dettingen: printed in bloody characters." 1.0 1
"" "A proper reply to the remarks on the Craftsman's Vindication of his two patrons," 1.0 1
"" "An address to the people," 1.0 1
"" "Observations on the conduct of Great-Britain," 1.0 1
"" "Reasons offer'd against the continuance of the Bank." 1.0 2
"" "Considerations humbly offered," 1.0 1
"" "An authentic account of the trials, behaviour, and dying declaration, of the five malefactors, who were executed at Kennington-Common, on Monday the 23d of April, 1770, for the divers robberies they had committed in the county of Surrey. To which is added, the behaviour and dying words of Stephen Gregory, a Russian, Who was Executed on Monday the 9th Instant, at Esher, for the Murder of Mrs. Herne. Also an abstract of the trials of the other prisoners who were tried at the said Assizes, at Kingston." 1.0 1
"" "Il barbiere di Siviglia," 1.0 1
"" "A new crop of blockheads:" 1.0 1
"" "Giunio Bruto; a new serious opera, as performed at the King's Theatre in the Hay-Market. The music by several eminent composers, under the direction of Signor Bertoni." 1.0 1
"" "The speech of a young Member of Parliament, on the debate of the Septennial Bill." 1.0 1
"" "The controverted hard case: or Mary Squires's Magazine of facts re-examin'd. Setting forth, the reasons which induced the Attorney and Sollicitor-General to make their report to His Majesty in favour of this poor, unhappy old woman. Remarks on Dr. Dodd's Physical Case of Canning; also on Dr. Cox's Appeal to the Publick; and his great Judgment in discerning the Signals of Virginity; shewing the Weakness and Insufficiency of their Arguments to support her Cause. New Discoveries and Facts never before made publick, tending to confirm the Opinion of the Gipsey's Innocence, and the Probability that the Whole is a concerted Scheme, and a most villainous Imposture. Likewise, the dispute between Mr. Myles and Mr. Ford, argued, Pro and Con. To which is prefixed, A curious print, representing the Lord Mayor, and the great astonishment of the learned in court: after the manner of Hogarth." 1.0 1
"" "A catalogue of the cabinet of birds," 1.0 1
"" "The pretender's last will and testament," 1.0 1
"" "The political touch-stone:" 1.0 1
"" "Some verses occasion'd by the late death of an Irish nobleman, in France." 1.0 1
"" "Castle-Howard," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the Rev. Sir Thomas Broughton, Bart. of Broughton-Hall, in Staffordshire." 1.0 1
"" "The patriot and the minister review'd:" 1.0 1
"" "The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the use of the Church of England: together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or Said in Churches." 1.0 1
"" "State papers relating the change of the constitution of Sweden:" 1.0 1
"" "A reply to a pamphlet intitled, popular prejudices against the convention and treaty with Spain, examin'd and answered." 1.0 1
"" "The rival wives. Or, the greeting of Clarissa to Skirra in the Elysian shades." 1.0 2
"" "A narrative of the most cruel and barbarous treatment of Miss Sarah Molly," 1.0 1
"" "The palace miscellany. Containing, (among many other curious pieces) The young lady's catechism: In a Dialogue between Miss Forward, and Betty Sly, her Chamber-Maid. Miss's prayer to cupid. The mourning bride (founded on Matters of Fact.) The progress of matrimony, in four canto's; (inscrib'd to a certain Old Lady of Bristol. The fair penitent; (inscrib'd to a Yonge K---t, and the Hon---ble Miss Fitzms.) &c. &c. Dedicated to six honourable maids." 1.0 1
"" "Equal liberty of conscience asserted:" 1.0 1
"" "Vanella. A tragedy." 1.0 1
"" "Georgia, a poem." 1.0 1
"" "A genuine epistle from M-w P-r, Esq; at Paris, to the Reverend J-n S-t, D. D. at Windsor. With a letter to Sir Patrick Lawles, late the Pretender's Nuncio. By an unknown hand. Published from the original manuscripts, by Timothy Brocade, Late Author of the Examiner." 1.0 1
"" "Important directions how to spend every day," 1.0 1
"" "An abstract of the account of the proceedings of the Inquisition in Portugal." 1.0 1
"" "The system occasioned by the speech of Leonard Smelt, Esq. late sub-governor to their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales, and Bishop of Osnabrugh, at the meeting at York, December 30, 1779." 1.0 1
"" "An essay on the excellencies of Christian revelation." 1.0 1
"" "The seducers." 1.0 1
"" "School of wisdom," 1.0 1
"" "A letter to Mr. Garrick on the opening of the Theatre, with observations on the conduct of managers, to actors, authors, and audiences: and particularly to new-performers." 1.0 1
"" "The tryal of skill between 'squire Walsingham and mother Osborne." 1.0 1
"" "The heroick princes:" 1.0 1
"" "The remarkable story, and sudden death of a cock-fighter." 1.0 1
"" "A character of John Sheffield late Duke of Buckinghamshire;" 1.0 1
"" "The triumphant Christian:" 4.0 2
"" "Remarks on Dr. Price's observations on the nature of civil liberty, &c." 1.0 1
"" "A compleat key to The dispensary." 1.0 1
"" "Liberty and property preserved against republicans and levellers." 1.0 1
"" "A short history of the administration, during the Summer recess of Parliament." 1.0 1
"" "An answer to the budget. Inscribed to the Coterie." 1.0 1
"" "The spirit of libertinism display'd," 1.0 1
"" "The festival of Momus: or, polite musical companion." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the Right Honourable William Pitt, Esq; on the present negociations for a peace with France and Spain." 1.0 1
"" "A collection of English prose and verse," 18.0 2
"" "The humble petition of His Grace Ph-p D. of Wh-n to a great man." 1.0 1
"" "The memoirs of Mrs. Harriot Er-g-n." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to a member of this new Parliament," 1.0 1
"" "The new Testament, of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Formed into a regular history of our Saviour," 1.0 1
"" "Remarks on the Reverend Mr. Tucker's letter on naturalizations." 1.0 1
"" "A london directory, or alphabetical arrangement;" 2.0 2
"" "An essay on faction." 1.0 1
"" "An historical narrative of the destruction of the French fleet," 1.0 1
"" "The oxford Act, a new ballad-opera. As it was perform'd by a company of students at Oxford." 1.0 1
"" "A general table of all the statutes," 1.0 1
"" "Æsop at Utrecht." 1.0 1
"" "The visitation; or, an interview between the ghost of Shakespear and D-v-d G-rr--k, Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "Pleasure for a minute;" 1.0 1
"" "A memorial for the 30th of January:" 1.0 1
"" "The proceedings of the Right Honourable the House of Lords, in relation to the Bill for taking, examining, and stating the publick accounts of the kingdom; together with the Amendments made to the said bill, which were rejected by the House of Commons the last Session of Parliament, made publick, in order to vindicate John Parkhurst, and John Paschal, Esquires: with some remarks in justification of Mr Whitaker's fidelity, in his Place of being Solicitor to the Admiralty, from the Reflections of a late Author in his Book, Entituled, The True Picture of a Modern Whig. In a letter to a person of quality." 1.0 1
"" "Sophron: a poem." 1.0 1
"" "A second letter to the Reverend Dr. Codex:" 1.0 1
"" "La schiava;" 1.0 1
"" "The memorial of the Elector of Hanover," 1.0 1
"" "The secret history of the Scepter," 1.0 1
"" "A compleat and authentick account of the late revolution in Genoa;" 1.0 1
"" "The trial of the cause of the King versus the Bishop of Bangor," 1.0 1
"" "A court lady's curiosity;" 1.0 1
"" "A pastoral elegy." 1.0 1
"" "A letter to the Hon. Charles James Fox:" 1.0 1
"" "An extraordinary ode to an extraordinary man, on an extraordinary occasion." 1.0 1
"" "The spirit and truth of the Gospel:" 1.0 1
"" "Analepsis:" 1.0 1
"" "The new complete guide to all persons who have any Trade or Concern with the City of London." 1.0 1
"" "The curiosities of London and Westminister described." 1.0 1
"" "The groans of the oppressed;" 1.0 1
"" "Oithóna:" 1.0 1
"" "An oration spoke at Will's Coffee-House in Scotland-Yard, White-Hall containing, reflections on the British marine, as it relates to the conduct of the military officers employ'd therein. By an eminent sea-officer." 1.0 1
"" "The festival of Momus, a collection of comic songs," 1.0 1
"" "Nancy to John;" 1.0 1
"" "The bishop of London's third pastoral letter to the people of his diocese;" 1.0 2
"" "The songster's miscellany;" 1.0 1
"" "A compassionate address to the high and mighty in behalf of the poor distressed prisoners. Contents. Remark about Persons executed and imprisoned in England. Of the Levitical Law and that of England in regard to Prisoners, &c. The Laws and Practice of the Saxons as to criminal Cases, and other Law Proceedings An Account of the Cruelty of William the Conqueror and of the Feudal Law. Cruelty to Criminals, &c. the last Remains of the other. The Hardship of the Court of Wards, &c. given up by King Charles II. Several extraordinary Instances. That of Lucia, Widow of the first Randle E. of Chester. Men and Women then bought and sold. Some Queries of the late excellent Bishop Berkley about Criminals, Spend-Thrifts, &c. Reflections thereon with Application of the whole." 1.0 1
"" "Remarks on the proceedings of the society, who style themselves \"the Friends of the People\": and observations on the principles of government, as applicable to the British constitution. In two letters to a friend." 1.0 1
"" "Considerations upon a new place-tax. Particularly with regard to the sine-cures in the Church, as well as offices in the state. Addressed to the legislature." 1.0 1
"" "James, Prince of No-Land:" 1.0 1
"" "A preservative against the artifices of the Bishop of Bangor's Jesuit, and of all other Popish agents, Harboured and Lucking in and about this City. In a refutation of these two Fundamental points, the primacy of St. Peter, as Head of the Church; and the succession of the Bishops and Popes of Rome from him in the same Commission and Authority. Designed for the Service of the Publick." 1.0 1
"" "Susanna. An oratorio." 1.0 1
"" "Observations on the importance and use of theatres, their present regulation, and possible improvements." 1.0 1
"" "The case of Richard Steele," 1.0 1
"" "The folly and vanity of impeaching the late ministry consider'd" 1.0 1
"" "On devil worship." 1.0 1
"" "The diamond ring; or, successful artifices of three London wives." 1.0 1
"" "A short view of the conduct of the King of Sweden." 1.0 1
"" "An essay on the divine paternity, or, God the father of men. In which that relation and character is stated, illustrated and improved." 1.0 1
"" "An explanatory account of the nature and business of the several offices, posts, employments, and Places of Trust in this Kingdom; as well Ecclesiastical, as Civil and Military: But more especially of those that bear any relation to the constitution of the English government. Alphabetically digested." 1.0 1
"" "The bishop of London's pastoral letter to the people of his diocese;" 1.0 1
"" "The husbandman's jewel," 1.0 1
"" "A new whim of the day;" 1.0 2
"" "A political catechism: or, certain questions concerning the government of this land; answered in His Majesties own words: Taken out of His Answer to the 19 Propositions, Pag. 17, 18, 19, 20. of the First Edition: With some Observations thereupon. Publish'd for the more compleat setling of Consciences; particularly of those that have made the late Protestation, to maintain the Power and Privileges of Parliament, when they shall herein see the King's own Interpretation what that Power and Privileges are." 1.0 1
"" "Remarks upon the present crisis." 1.0 1
"" "The government of the human body. A tale." 1.0 1
"" "A representation of the present state of religion, with regard to the late excessive growth of infidelity, heresy and Profaneness: as it passed the Lower House of Convocation of the Province of Canterbury. Corrected from the errors of a former edition. To which is added, the Representation, as drawn up by the Upper-House." 1.0 1
"" "Characters of the times;" 1.0 1
"" "Considerations recommending to the proprietors of South-Sea stock, the proposals for ingrafting part of that Company's funds into the stock of the bank, and East-India companies." 1.0 1
"" "The london directory; or, an account of the stage coaches and carriers, from London to the different towns in Great Britain. Describing the Number of Miles to each Town, with the Fares to be paid, and the Days and Hours of setting out from the different Inns, Wharfs, &c. in and near London. With an account of the coasting vessels, barges, and boats; and the several Wharfs, Keys and Stairs, where they usually lie to take in Goods and Passengers. Also the rates of hackney-coachmen, Chair-Men, and Watermen of London." 1.0 1
"" "The state of the nation consider'd, in a letter to a Member of Parliament." 1.0 2
"" "Memoirs of the House and dominions of Hesse Cassel:" 1.0 1
"" "Authentick memoirs of the life of that celebrated actress Mrs. Ann Oldfield. Containing a genuine account of her transactions from her infancy to the time of her decease." 1.0 1
"" "The young City merchant, turn'd Spittle-Fields poulterer; or, who will buy my conies? A dialogue between Mr. Twist, a weaver, and, a young merchant." 1.0 1
"" "A label without being a libel against truth," 1.0 1
"" "The wonderful works of God." 1.0 1
"" "Authentick memoirs of the life and infamous actions of Cardinal Wolsey." 1.0 2
"" "Remarks upon the truth, design, and seasonableness of Sir Richard Steele's dedication to the Pope, to which is prefixed, a dedication to the said knight, in the same style and manner." 1.0 1
"" "A paraphrase on the Song of the three children. In irregular stanzas." 1.0 1
"" "A review of the Short view; and of the remarks on the treaty with Spain. Wherein the falsities, sophistry, and the sense of that author and his faction, are compar'd with the facts, with reason, and the sense of the nation." 1.0 1
"" "The muses address to D. Garrick, Esq;" 1.0 1
"" "The methodists, an humorous burlesque poem; address'd to the Rev. Mr. Whitefield and his followers: Proper to be bound up with his Sermons, and the Journals of his Voyage to Georgia, &c." 1.0 1
"" "Sacred odes: or psalms of David, paraphrased from the original Hebrew." 1.0 1
"" "A strict adherence to established ceremonies, the only security to property." 1.0 1
"" "The sportsman's and gamekeeper's pocket-book;" 1.0 1
"" "Political correspondence; or, letters to a country gentleman, retired from Parliament: on the subject of some of the leading characters and events of the present day." 1.0 1
"" "The windsor stag:" 1.0 1
"" "The proceedings and speeches," 1.0 1
"" "Poems on several occasions." 1.0 1
"" "A continuation of The plain reasoner." 1.0 1
"" "Pious breathings:" 1.0 1
"" "Thoughts on the fast for the 10th of February, M,DCC,LXXIX." 1.0 1
"" "Authentic memoirs of the life of William Dodd, LL.D." 1.0 1
"" "A dissertation concerning the unlawfulness of using horses and chariots in war, amongst the Jews. Occasion'd by a pamphlet intitled, observations upon the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Bangor's dissertation IV. Christ's entry into Jerusalem." 1.0 1
"" "A collection of all the papers that have been giv'n to the Lords and Commons," 1.0 1
"" "A true state of publick credit: or, a short view of the condition of the n