OTA Catalogue: ECCO Phase 1 Tranche 1

Date: 16th December 2016

For the ECCO TCP texts which were in the first tranche ingested into the OTA, and appearing in the main catalogue with OTA 4-figure identifiers. See also OTA_ECCO_all.htmlfor all of ECCO-TCP Phase 1 texts.

Title Author ID Class Status Visibility Licence
The basset-table: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. By the author of The gamester.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3307ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The bricklayer's poem to the Countess of Chesterfield, on Her Ladyship's saving the soldiers from being shotJones, Henry, 1721-1770.3308ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prologue to the court: on the Queen's birth-day, 1704.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.3309ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fashionable lover; a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3310ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dyet of Poland: a satyr. Consider'd paragraph by paragraph. To which is added a key to the whole, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3311ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Every man in his own way: An epistle to a friend. By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3312ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hints to a school-master: Address'd to the Revd. Dr. Turnbull. By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3313ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy to the memory of the Right Honourable William, late Earl of BathKelly, Hugh.3314ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The memoirs of an English officer: who serv'd in the Dutch war in 1672. to the peace of Utrecht, in 1713. ... By Capt. George Carleton.3315ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The horse and the olive: or, war and peace.Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.3316ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
John Bull still in his senses: being the third part of Law is a bottomless-pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: and publish'd, (as well as the two former parts) by the author of the New Atalantis.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3317ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to Mrs. Wallup: now in the train of Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales. As it was sent to her to the Hague. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3318ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Camillus: a poem: humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth. By Aaron Hill, gent.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3319ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The coffee-house politician: or, the justice caught in his own trap. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn Fields. Written by Mr. Fielding.Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.3320ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy written on Saint Mark's eveCumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3321ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The general. A poem: Respectfully inscribed to the Right Honourable the Marquis of Granby. By the author of A trip to the moon.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.3322ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole: ... By Richard Savage esq;.Savage, Richard, d. 1743.3323ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the Norfolk steward continued: In two parts. Part I. Containing an account of Mr. Lyn's private character, ... Part II. Containing some farther account of Mr. Lyn's management, ...Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3324ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The American crisis, and a letter to Sir Guy Carleton, on the murder of Captain Huddy, and the intended retaliation on Captain Asgill, of the Guards. By Thomas Paine,Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3325ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to the author of The four farthing candles: By the author of The Rosciad of C-v-nt-G-rd-n.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3326ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The female officer: or the humours of the army, a comedy. Altered from Shadwell.Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.3327ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to The tale of a nettle: Written by D. D'Foe.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3328ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The carpenter: or, the danger of evil company.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3329ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Genuine memoirs of the life and adventures of the celebrated Miss Ann Elliot: Written by a gentleman intimately acquainted with her; ...Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3330ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
House of Commons, Tuesday, 11th December, 1787. Mr. Francis. Mr. Speaker, before I offer any thing to the consideration of the HouseFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.3331ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice to all parties: By the author of The true-born English-man.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3332ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The agreeable surprise: A comic opera. In two acts. By Mr. O'Keefe. The music composed by Dr. Arnold.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3333ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The citizen of the world: or, letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3334ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The citizen of the world: or, letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3335ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hotel: or, the servant with two masters. As it was performed at the Theatre-Royal, Smock-Alley, with distinguished applauseJephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3336ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The invasion: a poem to the Queen: By Mr. Hill.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3337ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to the L--d H----sham's speech: By Daniel D'Foe.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3338ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Captain Tom's remembrance to his old friends the mobb of London, Westminster, Southwark, and WappingDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3339ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clump and Cudden: or, the review: a comic musical piece, in one act, as it is performed at the Royal Circus. Written and composed by Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3340ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The flights of fancy: being a collection of original pieces, in verse and prose, never before publish'd.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.3341ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents: upon his late resignation; with the correspondences between the Secretaries of War and him, relative to his return to America.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.3342ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of literature: By Robert Heron, Esq.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.3343ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays on suicide, and the immortality of the soul: ascribed to the late David Hume, Esq. Never before published. With remarks, intended as an antidote to the poison contained in these performances, by the editor. To which is added, two letters on suicide, from Rosseau's [sic] Eloisa.Hume, David, 1711-1776.3344ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love for love. A comedy: Acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.3345ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The capricious lovers: a comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Robert Lloyd. The music composed by Mr. Rush.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3346ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love in a village; a comic opera: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.3347ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A compendium of useful knowledge: containing a concise explanation of every thing a young man ought to know, to enable him to converse on all general topics. ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler, ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.3348ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of the Lady Jane Gray: With some remarks on the play. In a letter to a friend. By William Rufus Chetwood.Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.3349ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on Pope's Odyssey: in which some particular beauties and blemishes of that work are consider'd.Spence, Joseph, 1699-1768.3350ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The maiden's bloody garland: or, High-Street tragedy: shewing how Sarah Holly, a poor unfortunate serving maid of the city of Oxford, being wronged by her sweetheart, cut her throat from ear to ear, was next morning found dead in her bed, and afterwards buried in the King's highway. Tune, There were three pilgrims.Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.3351ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Female empire: or, winter celebrated at LondonHawkins, William, 1722-1801.3352ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Methodism displayed: and enthusiasm detected; intended as an antidote against, and a preservative from the delusive principles and unscriptural doctrines of a modern sett of seducing preachers; and as a defence of our regular and orthodox clergy, from their unjust reflections.Mason, William, 1719-1791.3353ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Whiston's Letter of thanks to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of London: for his late letter to his clergy against the use of new forms of doxology, &c.Whiston, William, 1667-1752.3354ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Four original letters: viz. Two from a husband to a gentleman: and two from a husband to a wife.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.3355ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The magic of Orosmanes: or, harlequin slave and sultan: a pantomime, drawn from the Arabian legends.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3356ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Athelwold: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3357ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Maria; or the generous rusticBerkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.3358ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The man of ten thousand: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. The second edition. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3359ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the regulation of the pressDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3360ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter from David Hume, Esq. to the author of The delineation of the nature and obligation of moralityHume, David, 1711-1776.3361ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
King Henry the VII: Or the popish impostor. A tragedy. As it is acted by His Majesty's servants, at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane.Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.3362ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The country girl: a comedy, (altered from Wycherley) as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3363ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The new Bath guide: or, memoirs of the B-r-d family. In a series of poetical epistles.Anstey, Christopher, 1724-1805.3364ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems on various subjects: By Thomas Ellwood.Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713.3365ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The love of gain: a poem. Imitated from the thirteenth satire of Juvenal. By M. G. Lewis, ...Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.3366ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hills of Hybla: being a collection of original poems.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.3367ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres: By Hugh Blair, ... In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.3368ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres: By Hugh Blair, ... In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.3369ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lectures on rhetoric and belles lettres: By Hugh Blair, ... In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.3370ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3371ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3372ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3373ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay at removing national prejudices against a union with Scotland. To be continued during the treaty here. Part IIDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3374ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fast, a poem: translated from the prophet Isaiah. By the Rev. James Murray.Murray, James, 1732-1782.3375ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fontainbleau; or, our way in France: A comic opera, in three acts. As performed at the Theatres-Royal in Covent-Garden. and Smock-Alley. Written by J. O'Keefe, Esq. The music selected and composed by William Sheild.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3376ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The force of fired gun-powder, and the initial velocities of cannon balls: determined by experiments; from which is also deduced the relation of the initial velocity to the weight of the shot and the quantity of powder. By Charles Hutton, ... Read at the Royal Society, Jan. 8, 1778.Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.3377ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The golden age, a poetical epistle: from Erasmus D-n, M.D. to Thomas Beddoes, M.D.Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.3378ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry and Rosamond: A tragedy. Dedicated to Sir John Philipps, Bart. By William Hawkins, ...Hawkins, William, 1722-1801.3379ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the disposal of the equivalentDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3380ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The influence of the pastoral office on the character examined: with a view, especially, to Mr. Hume's representation of the spirit of that office. A sermon preached before the Synod of Aberdeen, at Aberdeen, April 8. 1760. By Alexander Gerard, ...Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.3381ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hurly-burly; or, the fairy of the wellCobb, James, 1756-1818.3382ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Incognita: or, love and duty reconcil'd. A novel. By Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.3383ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A farther continuation of the history of the Crown-Inn. Part III.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3384ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The divine model: or, Christian's exemplar. To which is added, The dram-shop.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3385ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Faldoni and Teresa: By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3386ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dialogues upon the usefulness of ancient medals: Especially in relation to the Latin and Greek poets.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3387ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Human authority, in matters of faith, repugnant to Christianity: illustrated in two discourses on Matth. xxiii. 8. With a prefatory address, ... By the author of An essay on the justice of God.Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820.3388ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An extract of the life and death of Mr. John Janeway: ... By James Wheatley.Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.3389ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The padlock: a comic opera: as it is perform'd by His Majesty's servants, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.3390ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The noble pedlar: a burletta. As performed at Marybone-Gardens. Set to music by Mr. Barthelemon.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.3391ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
New-market, a satireWarton, Thomas, 1728-1790.3392ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
John Bull in his senses: being the second part of Law is a bottomless-pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3393ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The new-river head: A tale. Attempted in the manner of Mr. C. Denis. And inscribed to John Wilkes, Esq. By Robert Lloyd.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3394ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Odes: by Mr. Gray, author of An elegy in a country church-yard.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.3395ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode in honour of the nuptials of Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales: written and composed by Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3396ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The opinion of a known Dissenter on the bill for preventing occasional conformityDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3397ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pigs' meat; or, lessons for the swinish multitude: Published in weekly penny numbers, collected by the poor man's advocate (an old veteran in the cause of freedom) in the course of his reading for more than twenty years. Intended to promote among the labouring part of mankind proper ideas of their situation, of their importance, and of their rights. And to convince them that their forlorn condition has not been entirely overlooked and forgotten, nor their just cause unpleaded, neither by their maker not by the best and most enlightened of men in all ages. [pt.1]3398ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pigs' meat; or, lessons for the swinish multitude: Published in weekly penny numbers, collected by the poor man's advocate (an old veteran in the cause of freedom) in the course of his reading for more than twenty years. Intended to promote among the labouring part of mankind proper ideas of their situation, of their importance, and of their rights. And to convince them that their forlorn condition has not been entirely overlooked and forgotten, nor their just cause unpleaded, neither by their maker not by the best and most enlightened of men in all ages. [pt.2]3399ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter of Thomas Paine, to the people of France: Published and distributed gratis by the London Corresponding Society.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3400ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode to Mr. Pinchbeck, upon his newly invented patent candle-snuffers: by Malcolm M'Greggor, ...Mason, William, 1725-1797.3401ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
On rheumatism, and gout: a letter addressed to Sir George Baker, ... By John Latham, M.D. ...Latham, John, 1761-1843.3402ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Dr. Oliver Goldsmith: written from personal knowledge, authentic papers, and other indubitable authorities. To which are added, such select observations, from various parts of this writer's works, as may tend to recreate the fancy, improve the understanding, and amend the heart.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.3403ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Peeping Tom, of Coventry: A comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Smock-Alley. By John O'Keefe, Esq;.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3404ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Law is a bottomless-pit: Exemplified in the case of the Lord Strutt, John Bull, Nicholas Frog, and Lewis Baboon. Who spent all they had in a law-suit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3405ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem to His Majesty King George, II. on the present state of affairs in England: with remarks on the alterations expected at court, after the rise of the Parliament. By the Rev. Dr. J. Swift, ... In Lilliputian verse.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.3406ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem on Her Majesty's birth-day: By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3407ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem on the marriage of His serene Highness the Prince of Orange: with Ann Princess-Royal of Great Britain. By Stephen Duck. To which are added, Verses to the author, by a divine. With the author's answer.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3408ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays. By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B. To which is prefixed, the life of the authorGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3409ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A political romance: addressed to - -, Esq. of York. To which is subjoined a key ...Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3410ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pannel: As altered by J. P. Kemble. From Bickerstaff's translation of Calderon's El escondido y la trapada; and first acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, November 28th, 1788.Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.3411ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prize: or, 2, 5, 3, 8, a musical farce in two acts, as performed by His Majesty's company. Written by Prince Hoare, Esq. The music by Storace. Correctly taken from the manager's book.Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834.3412ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for publishing by subscription, dedicated, with permission, to the most noble the Marquis of Salisbury, A complete history of the English stage ... The whole written, with the asistance of interesting documents, collected in the course of five and thirty years, by Mr. DibdinDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3413ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for publishing a new and improved edition of Shakspeare illustrated. By Charlotte LennoxLennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.3414ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
King Stephen's watch: A tale, founded on fact. By the author of the Heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt.Mason, William, 1725-1797.3415ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems upon various occasions: Written for the entertainment of the author, and printed for the amusement of a few friends, prejudic'd in his favour. By William Shenstone, gent.Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.3416ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on a play, call'd, The conscious lovers: a comedy. By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.3417ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The royal vision: in an ode to peace: By Henry Jones ...Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.3418ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rights of Great Britain asserted against the claims of America: being an answer to the declaration of the General Congress.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.3419ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rival sisters: A tragedy. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, ...Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3420ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rosamond: An opera. Humbly inscrib'd to Her Grace the Dutchess of Marlborough.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3421ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of the present state of the court and councils of Spain: In two parts. With the true reasons why this vast monarchy, which in the last century made so considerable a figure in the world, is in this so feeble and paralytick. Done into English by T. Brown. [pt.1]Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.3422ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of the present state of the court and councils of Spain: In two parts. With the true reasons why this vast monarchy, which in the last century made so considerable a figure in the world, is in this so feeble and paralytick. Done into English by T. Brown. [pt.2]Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.3423ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The register-office: a farce of two acts. Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By J. Reed.Reed, Joseph, 1723-1787.3424ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Royal benevolence. A poem. Most humbly address'd to Her Majesty Queen Caroline: As it was presented to the said Queen's Majesty, by the author, on Friday, the 2d of October, 1730. at Windsor-Castle. To which is annexed, a poem on providence. Both written by Stephen Duck ...Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3425ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The romance of the forest: interspersed with some pieces of poetry. By the authoress of "A Sicilian romance," &c. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.3426ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The romance of the forest: interspersed with some pieces of poetry. By the authoress of "A Sicilian romance," &c. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.3427ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The resurrection. A poem: Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3428ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The retort: By the author.Vaughan, Thomas, fl. 1772-1820.3429ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.1]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3430ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.2]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3431ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.3]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3432ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.4]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3433ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.5]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3434ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rambler.: [pt.6]Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784.3435ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
'Tis all for the bestMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3436ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise on scrophulous diseases: shewing the good effects of factitious airs: ... By Charles Brown.Brown, Charles, fl. 1797-1799.3437ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Retaliation: a poem: By Doctor Goldsmith. Including epitaphs on the most distinguished wits of this metropolis.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3438ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To Mr. Gray, on his odesGarrick, David, 1717-1779.3439ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The true-born Irishman: or, Irish fine lady. A comedy of two acts. By Charles Macklin.Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.3440ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The true merits of a late treatise, printed in America, intitled, Common sense: clearly pointed out. Addressed to the inhabitants of America. By a late member of the Continental Congress, a native of a republican state.Late Member of the Continental Congress.3441ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The two shoemakers: in five parts.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3442ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two letters from the Right Honourable Mr. Burke, on the French Revolution: one to the translator of his Reflections on the revolution in France; the other to Captain W-, on the same subject.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3443ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tutor of truth: By the author of The pupil of pleasure, ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3444ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tutor of truth: By the author of The pupil of pleasure, ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3445ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thespis: or, a critical examination into the merits of all the principal performers belonging to Drury-Lane TheatreKelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.3446ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The conduct of some people: about pleading guilty. With some reasons why it was not thought proper to shew mercy to some who desir'd it.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3447ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An abstract of a book lately published; entituled, A treatise of human nature, &c. Wherein the chief argument of that book is farther illustrated and explainedHume, David, 1711-1776.3448ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castles of Athlin and Dunbayne: A Highland story.Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.3449ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Black Giles the poacher: with some account of a family who had rather live by their wits than their work. Part I.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3450ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Burnet and Bradbury: or the confederacy of the press and the pulpit for the blood of the last ministry.3451ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Blundrella: [sic]: or, the impertinent. A tale. To which is added The beau monde, or, the pleasures of St. James's. A new ballad. ...Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.3452ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The busie body: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3453ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A continuation of Letters written by a Turkish spy at Paris: Giving an impartial account to the divan at Constantinople of the most remarkable transactions of Europe, ... continued from the year 1687, to the year 1693. Written originally in Arabick, translated into Italian, and from thence into English.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3454ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A continuation of the history of the Crown-Inn: with characters of some of the late servants; and the proceeding of the trustees to the coming of the new landlord. Part II.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3455ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief state of the question between the printed and painted callicoes: and the woollen and silk manufacture, as far as it relates to the wearing and using of printed and painted callicoes in Great-Britain.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3456ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The battle of Lora: A poem. With some fragments written in the Erse, or Irish language, by Ossian, the son of Fingal. Translated into English verse by Mr. Derrick.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.3457ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Agis: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Home, John, 1722-1808.3458ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The British visions: or, Isaac Bickerstaff, Sen. Being twelve prophesies for the year 1711. Enter'd into the hall-book of the Company of Stationers.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3459ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Heads of the lectures on rhetorick, and belles lettres: in the University of Edinburgh, by Hugh Blair, D.D. 1771.Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.3460ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Cajanus: the Swedish giant, from his birth to the present time. By the author of the Gigantick histories.Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.3461ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A hermit's tale: recorded by his own hand, and found in his cell.Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.3462ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical and geographical description of Formosa: an island subject to the Emperor of Japan. ... To which is prefix'd, a preface in vindication of himself from the reflections of a Jesuit ... By George Psalmanaazaar, ... Illustrated with several cuts.Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.3463ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Grecian daughter: a tragedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3464ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The long odds: A serenata, in two acts.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3465ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love at first sight: a ballad farce: of two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.King, Thomas, 1730-1805.3466ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The last will and testament of Alexander Pope: of Twickenham, Esq; to which is added, an inscription wrote by himself.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3467ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The northern-star: A poem. Written by Mr. Hill.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3468ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the most insolent man aliveSheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.3469ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to Lord Onslow: as chairman of the meeting at Epsom, June 18, 1792, convened to address His Majesty on the late proclamation. By Thomas Paine.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3470ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: author of the 1st, 2d and 3d part of John Bull in his senses: ... to the author of The examiner. Printed from a manuscript. ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3471ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Patrick in Prussia: or, love in a camp; a comic opera, in two acts, with all the original songs; as performed at the Theatres Royal, Covent Garden and Smock Alley. Being a sequel to The poor soldier. Written by John O'Keeffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3472ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on various subjects: By William Hawkins, ...Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent.3473ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs, duets, trios, &c. in The silver tankard; or, ehe [sic] point at Portsmouth. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-MarketCraven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.3474ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The seasons. In imitation of SpenserMendez, Moses, d. 1758.3475ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sacred dramas: chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible. To which is added, Sensibility, a poem.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3476ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: With a dissertation upon the Roman poets. By Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3477ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A second letter to the Bishop of Bangor: wherein his Lordship's notions of benediction, absolution, and church-communion are prov'd to be destructive of every institution of the Christian religion. To which is added, a postscript, in answer to the objections that have been made against his former letter. By William Law, ...Law, William, 1686-1761.3478ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shadows of Shakespeare: a monody, occasioned by the death of Mr. Garrick. Being a prize poem, written for the vase at Bath-Easton. The second edition. By Courtney Melmoth.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3479ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Shakspeare gallery, a poem: By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3480ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
My grandmother: a musical farce, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Hay Market. The music composed by Mr. Storace.Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834.3481ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd before the Archbishop, bishops, and clergy, of the province of Canterbury ... at the cathedral church of St. Paul, on ... February 10. 1700. By W. Hayley, ... Done into English from the Latin original, by W. Jones, A.BHayley, William, 1657-1715.3482ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The siege of Troy: or, famous Trojan horse, a grand heroic, ... spectacle, in two parts, ... as performing ... at the new amphitheatre of arts, Westminster-bridge, under the immediate direction ... of Mr. Astley, jun.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3483ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech of Philip Francis, Esq. in the House of Commons, on Friday, February 26, 1796: on the motion, "that it appears to this House, that the principle of making loans for the public service, by free and open competition, ... has been very generally recognised, as affording the fairest prospect of public advantage.".Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.3484ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some objections humbly offered to the consideration of the Hon. House of Commons, relating to the present intended relief of prisonersDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3485ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The songs, recitatives, airs, duets, trios, and chorusses, introduced in the pantomime entertainment, of The enchanted castle, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. The words by Miles Peter Andrews, Esq; and the music by Mr. ShieldsAndrews, Miles Peter, d. 1814.3486ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some thoughts upon the subject of commerce with France: By the author of the Review.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3487ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Spanish descent. A poem. By the author of The true-born EnglishmanDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3488ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Spanish lady, a musical entertainment: in two acts; founded on the plan of the old ballad. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.3489ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sure methods of attaining a long and healthful life: Written originally in Italian, by Lewis Cornaro, ... Translated into English by W. Jones A.B.Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566.3490ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A supplement to the tour through Great-Britain: containing a catalogue of the antiquities, houses, parks, plantations, ... by the late Mr. Gray, ... To which are now added, by another hand, several additions; ...Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.3491ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The walking statue: or, the devil in the wine-cellar. A comedy, as it was acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3492ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sixth epistle of the first book of Horace: by Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3493ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Wicklow mountains: or, the lad of the hills, a comic opera, in two acts. Written by O'Keeffe.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3494ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster: and borough of Southwark. Containing, ... an account of the commitment of Lord George Gordon to the Tower, and anecdotes of his life. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the act lately passed in favour of the Roman Catholics. ... The third edition, corrected: with an appendix. By William Vincent, ...Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3495ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A word to the wise: or, an exhortation to the Roman Catholic clergy of Ireland: By a member of the established church.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.3496ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Welch heiress, a comedyJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3497ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts on the importance of the manners of the great to general societyMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3498ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The campaign: a poem, to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough. By Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3499ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The celebrated speech of Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq: in Westminster-Hall, on the 3d, 6th, 10th, and 13th of June, 1788, on his summing up the evidence on the Begum charge against Warren Hastings, Esquire.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.3500ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Moral essays: in four epistles. By Alexander Pope, Esq.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3501ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Case, Mr. Macklin late of Covent-Garden Theatre, against Mess. Clarke, Aldys, Lee, James, and MilesMacklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.3502ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of England, and the Protestant interestDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3503ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of Mr. Law, truly stated: In answer to a pamphlet, entitul'd, A letter to Mr. Law.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3504ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Critical strictures on the new tragedy of Elvira: written by Mr. David Malloch.Boswell, James, 1740-1795.3505ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Threnodia Augustalis sacred to the memory of Her late Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales: spoken and sung in the great room at Soho-Square, on Thursday the 20th of February.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3506ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Definition of a constitution: By Thomas Paine. ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3507ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The days of yore: a drama in three acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Richard Cumberland, Esq.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3508ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The drummer; or, the haunted house: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3509ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cestus: a serenata. Performed at the Royal Circus, in St. George's Fields.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3510ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of David's troubles: or, human frailty delineated. A sacred poem.Wallis, John, 1714-1793.3511ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cursory remarks on Mr. Gilbert's last bill: for the better relief, and employment of the poor, &c. and his considerations thereon: in a letter to that gentleman. By H. Bate Dudley, ...Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.3512ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The age of reason: being an investigation of true and fabulous theology, by Thomas Paine. ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3513ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arminius: or the champion of liberty, a tragedy. With an historical preface. By Arthur Murphy, Esq.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3514ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Epistles to LorenzoKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3515ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Edwin and Angelina: A ballad. By Mr. Goldsmith. Printed for the amusement of the Countess of Northumberland.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3516ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fatal extravagance. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre, in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Joseph Mitchell.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3517ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The delicate distress, a novel: in letters. In two volumes. By Frances. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3518ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The delicate distress, a novel: in letters. In two volumes. By Frances. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3519ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beggar's opera: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincolns-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Gay.Gay, John, 1685-1732.3520ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of John of Bourbon, Prince of Carency. Containing a variety of entertaining novels, ... Written in French by the Countess d'Aunois, ... Translated into EnglishAulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.3521ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.1]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3522ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.2]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3523ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.3]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3524ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.4]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3525ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.5]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3526ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.6]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3527ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir Charles Grandison: In a series of letters published from the originals, by the editor of Pamela and Clarissa. In seven volumes. ... [pt.7]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3528ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Burke's speech, in Westminster-Hall, on the 18th and 19th of February, 1788: with explanatory notes. ... With a preface, ...Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3529ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short account of a late short administrationBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3530ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Who's the dupe?: A farce: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley, ...Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.3531ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poor Vulcan: a burletta, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3532ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
New poems on several occasions: I. A short essay on the progress of English poetry. ... XXI. To Mr. Stanley, apothecary. By Henry Jones.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.3533ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An alarm without cause: or, the administration of peace supported by the sword of the spirit; ... Delivered in the High-bridge Meeting, Newcastle, by the Revd J. Murray.Murray, James, 1732-1782.3534ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Birch for Peter Pindar, Esq: A burlesque poem. By Pindaromastix.Pindaromastix.3535ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe: being the second and last part of his life, and of the strange surprizing accounts of his travels round three parts of the globe. Written by himself. To which is added a map ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3536ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A compleat history of the late war: or annual register of its rise, progress, and events, in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America. ... Illustrated with a variety of heads, plans, maps, and charts. By J. Wright, Gent. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Wright, J. (John), fl. 1761-1765.3537ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The good natur'd man: a comedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Mr. Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3538ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Edward and Eleonora. A tragedy: As it was to have been acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Mr. Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.3539ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reflections on the late alarming bankruptcies in Scotland: Addressed to all ranks: ... with advice to such, how to conduct themselves at this crisis.Boswell, James, 1740-1795.3540ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Tatler: By the Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq;.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3541ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The happy watermanMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3542ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A General history of trade: and especially consider'd as it respects the British commerce, as well at home, as to all parts of the world. With essays upon the improvement of our trade in particular.3543ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The old whig: ... On the state of the peerage. With remarks upon the Plebeian.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3544ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Lady's museum: By the author of The Female Quixote. [pt.1]3545ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Lady's museum: By the author of The Female Quixote. [pt.2]3546ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The comick magazine; or, Compleat library: of mirth, humour, wit, gaiety, and entertainment. By the greatest wits of all ages & nations. Enriched with Hogarth's celebrated ... prints. [pt.1]3547ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of the best English poetry, by several hands .... In two vol's octavo: [pt.1]3548ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The four seasons, and other poems. By James ThomsonThomson, James, 1700-1748.3549ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Columbus: or, a world discovered. An historical play. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.3550ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to C. Churchill, author of The rosciad. By R. Lloyd, M.ALloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3551ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The ghost: By the author.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3552ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Occasional stanzas, written at the request of the Revolution Society: and recited on their anniversary, November 4, 1788. To which is added, Queen Mary to King William, during his campaign in Ireland, 1690; a poetical epistle. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3553ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode to the naiads of Fleet-Ditch: By Arthur Murphy, Esq;.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3554ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
PoemsBarbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.3555ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the people of Scotland, on the alarming attempt to infringe the Articles of the Union, and introduce a most pernicious innovation, by diminishing the number of the lords of session. By James Boswell, EsqBoswell, James, 1740-1795.3556ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Truth and falshood: a taleFrancklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.3557ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The relief, or, day thoughts: a poem. Occasioned by The Complaint, or night thoughts. Humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Holderness.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.3558ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on a printed paper, lately handed about, intituled, "A catalogue of the sacred vessels restored by Cyrus: ... " Addressed to all such gentlemen as have received or read the same. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3559ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An authentic narrative of the late extraordinary proceedings at Cambridge: against the W--------r Club.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.3560ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for guardians: A comedy. As it is performing at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3561ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The critic: or a tragedy rehearsed a dramatic piece in three acts as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane by, Richard Brinsley Sheridan Esqr.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.3562ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dramatic puffers, a prelude; as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-GardenDudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.3563ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The way to keep him: a comedy in three acts: as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3564ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry the Second: or, the fall of Rosamond: a tragedy; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by Thomas Hull.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.3565ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pharnaces: an opera. Altered from the Italian. By Thomas Hull. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.3566ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The old maid: A comedy in two acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3567ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts on civil liberty: on licentiousness, and faction. By the author of Essays on the characteristics, &c.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3568ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Athelstan: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3569ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Barbarossa: A tragedy. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3570ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The literary life of the late Thomas Pennant, Esq. By himselfPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.3571ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Indian zoologyPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.3572ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to the people of England: being the protest of a private person against every suspension of law that is liable to injure or endanger personal security.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3573ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Common-place arguments against administration: with obvious answers, (intended for the use of the new Parliament.).Tickell, Richard, 1751-1793.3574ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Short sketch of temporary regulations: (until better shall be proposed) for the intended settlement on the grain coast of Africa, near Sierra Leona.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3575ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tom Jones, a comic opera: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Joseph Reed.Reed, Joseph, 1723-1787.3576ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Medea. A tragedyGlover, Richard, 1712-1785.3577ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A defence of the pamphlet ascribed to John Reeves, Esq. and entitled, "Thoughts on the English government." By the Rev. J. Brand, A.M. Addressed to the members of the loyal associations against Republicans and LevellersBrand, John, d. 1808.3578ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The times: a comedy: As it is now performing at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Griffith.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3579ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The platonic wife: a comedy, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By a lady.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3580ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
She stoops to conquer: or, the mistakes of a night. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Doctor Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.3581ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The double mistake: A comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3582ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Creüsa, Queen of Athens: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. William Whitehead.Whitehead, William, 1715-1785.3583ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An additional dialogue of the dead, between Pericles and Aristides: being a sequel to the dialogue between Pericles and CosmoBrown, John, 1715-1766.3584ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The conference: A poem. By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3585ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The candidate. A poem. By C. ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3586ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gotham. A poem. Book I. By C. ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3587ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gotham. A poem. Book III. By [blank]Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3588ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gotham. A poem. Book II. By C. ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3589ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The duellist. A poem. In three books. By C. ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3590ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The author: A poem. By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3591ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Achilles: An opera. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by the late Mr. Gay. With the musick prefix'd to each song.Gay, John, 1685-1732.3592ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Amelia: A new English opera, as it is perform'd at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, after the Italian manner. Set to musick by Mr. John Frederick Lampe.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.3593ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Philodamus. A tragedyBentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.3594ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumphs of temper: a poem. In six cantos. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3595ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on history: in three epistles to Edward Gibbon, Esq. with notes. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3596ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on painting: in two epistles to Mr. Romney. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3597ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on epic poetry: in five epistles to the Revd. Mr. Mason. With notes. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3598ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The generous Free-mason: or, the constant lady. With the humours of Squire Noodle, and his man Doodle. A tragi-comi-farcical ballad opera. In three acts. With the musick prefix'd to each song. By the author of The lover's operaChetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.3599ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.1]Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.3600ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.2]Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.3601ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.3]Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.3602ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The West Indian: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The brothers.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3603ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Amelia: A musical entertainment of two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3604ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for rakes: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3605ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mirror: or, harlequin every-where. A pantomimical burletta, in three parts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3606ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Retaliation, a farce, in two acts: as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Leonard MacNally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.3607ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The belle's stratagem: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.3608ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shepherdess of the Alps: a comic opera, in three acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3609ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The deaf lover: a farce in two acts; as performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Written by F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3610ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clifton: a poem, in two cantos: Including Bristol and all its environs. By Henry Jones, ...Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.3611ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A state of the British authority in Bengal under the government of Mr. Hastings. Exemplified in his conduct in the case of Mahomed Reza Khan. With a debate upon a letter from Mobareck Ul Dowlah, Nabob of Bengal. From authentic documentsFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.3612ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode by Dr. Samuel Johnson to Mrs. Thrale, upon their supposed approaching nuptialsBoswell, James, 1740-1795.3613ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mysteries of the castle: a dramatic tale, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by Miles Peter Andrews, Esq.Andrews, Miles Peter, d. 1814.3614ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new musical interlude, called The election: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Andrews, Miles Peter, d. 1814.3615ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Timanthes: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.Hoole, John, 1727-1803.3616ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The siege of Gibraltar: a musical farce: in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3617ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arguments about the alteration of triennial elections of Parliament. In a letter to a friend in the countryDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3618ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The evident advantages to Great Britain and its allies from the approaching war: especially in matters of trade. To which is added two curious plans, one of the port and bay of Havana; the other of Porto-BeloDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3619ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The analysis of beauty: Written with a view of fixing the fluctuating ideas of taste. By William Hogarth.Hogarth, William, 1697-1764.3620ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the Right Honourable Edmund Burke to a noble lord: on the attacks made upon him and his pension, in the House of Lords, by the Duke of Bedford and the Earl of Lauderdale, early in the present sessions of Parliament.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3621ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.1]Henry, David, 1710-1792.3622ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.2]Henry, David, 1710-1792.3623ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.3]Henry, David, 1710-1792.3624ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.4]Henry, David, 1710-1792.3625ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Political observations on the Test ActBrand, John, d. 1808.3626ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech in the House of Commons, on Tuesday the 7th of March, 1786. By Philip Francis, EsqFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.3627ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Youth. A poem: By Hall Hartson, Esq.Hartson, Hall, d. 1773.3628ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.1]Hume, David, 1711-1776.3629ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.2]Hume, David, 1711-1776.3630ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.3]Hume, David, 1711-1776.3631ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays, moral and politicalHume, David, 1711-1776.3632ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An apology for the life and writings of David Hume, Esq: with a parallel between him and the late Lord Chesterfield: to which is added an address to one of the people called Christians. By way of reply to his letter to Adam Smith, L.L.D.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3633ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Political discourses: By David Hume Esq.Hume, David, 1711-1776.3634ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry concerning the principles of morals: By David Hume, Esq;.Hume, David, 1711-1776.3635ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Four dissertations. I. The natural history of religion. II. Of the passions. III. Of tragedy. IV. Of the standard of taste. By David Hume, esqHume, David, 1711-1776.3636ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Philosophical essays: concerning human understanding. By the author of the Essays moral and political.Hume, David, 1711-1776.3637ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice addressed to the young clergy of the diocese of Carlisle: in a sermon, preached ... on Sunday, July 29th, 1781. By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.3638ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poetical epistle from the late Lord Melcombe to the Earl of Bute: with corrections, by the author of the Night thoughtsDodington, George Bubb, Baron of Melcombe Regis, 1691-1762.3639ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short tract concerning the doctrine of "Nullum tempus occurrit regi:": shewing the particular cases to which it is applicable; and that it cannot, according to law, be effectual for the recovery of manors, lands, or tenements, alienated from the crown.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3640ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of natural society: or, a view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of artificial society. In a letter to Lord **** By a late noble writer.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3641ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Caution recommended in the use and application of Scripture language: A sermon preached July 15, 1777, in the cathedral church of Carlisle, at the visitation of the Right Reverend Edmund, Lord Bishop of Carlisle. By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.3642ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Independence: an ode. By the late T. Smollet, M.DSmollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.3643ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
New hay at the old market: an occassional drama, in one act: written by George Colman, (the younger, ) on opening the Hay-Market Theatre. On the 9th of June, 1795.Colman, George, 1762-1836.3644ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The progress of envy: a poem, in imitation of Spenser. Occasioned by Lauder's attack on the character of Milton. Inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Bath.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3645ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems and translations: in English and Latin. By Thomas Hull.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.3646ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The meridian sun of liberty; or, the whole rights of man displayed and most accurately defined, in a lecture read at the Philosophical Society in Newcastle, on the 8th of November, 1775, ... To which is now first prefixed, by way of preface, a most important dialogue between the citizen reader, and the author. By T. SpenceSpence, Thomas, 1750-1814.3647ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The end of oppression: being a dialogue between an old mechanic and a young one. Concerning the establishment of the rights of man.Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.3648ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the danger and consequences of a war with the DutchDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3649ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the western parts of England, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty: To which are added, a few remarks on ... the Isle of Wight. By William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.3650ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The works of Alexander Pope Esq. In nine volumes complete. With his last corrections, additions, and improvements; ... Together with the commentaries and notes of Mr. Warburton: [pt.1]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3651ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Additions to the works of Alexander Pope: Esq. Together with many original poems and letters, of cotemporary [sic] writers, never before published. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3652ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A miscellany on taste. By Mr. Pope, &c. Viz. I. of taste in architecture. An epistle to the Earl of Burlington. With notes variorum, and a compleat key. II. Of Mr. Pope's taste in divinity, viz. the fall of man, and the first Psalm. Translated for the use of a young lady. III. Of Mr. Pope's taste of Shakespeare. IV. - His satire on Mrs. P-y. V. Mr. Congreve's fine epistle on retirement and taste. Address'd to Lord CobhamPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3653ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Epistles to several personsPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3654ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of Mr. Wycherley & Mr. Pope, from the year 1704 to 1710: [pt.1]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3655ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of Mr. Wycherley & Mr. Pope, from the year 1704 to 1710: [pt.2]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3656ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of Mr. Pope, and several eminent persons, from the year 1705, to 1711: [pt.2]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3657ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Pope's literary correspondence for thirty years; from 1704 to 1734. Being, a collection of letters, which passed between him and several eminent persons. Volume the firstPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3658ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the second. With letters to, and from, Lord Somers. Lord Harrington.: [pt.2]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3659ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the third. With letters to, and, from the Duke of Shrewsberry, Lord Lansdowne,: [pt.3]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3660ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the fourth. With letters, &c. to, and from, Mr. Addison. Bishop Atterbury. ... To which are added, Muscovian letters: [pt.4]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3661ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the fifth. With letters of Lord Bolingbroke. Lord Lansdowne.: [pt.5]Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3662ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of letters, never before printed: written by Alexander Pope, Esq; and other ingenious gentlemen, to the late Aaron Hill, Esq3663ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of the late Alexander Pope, Esq. To a lady. Never before publishedPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3664ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Bounce to Fop: An heroick epistle from a dog at Twickenham to a dog at court. By Dr. S----t.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3665ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The character of Katharine, late Duchess of Buckinghamshire and Normanby: By the late Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3666ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A clue to the comedy of the Non-juror: With some hints of consequence relating to that play. In a letter to N. Rowe, Esq; ...Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3667ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The court ballad: By Mr. Pope. To the tune of, To all you ladies now at land, &c.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3668ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The discovery: or, the squire turn'd ferret: An excellent new ballad. To the tune of High boys! up go we; Chevy Chase; or what you please.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3669ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Duke upon duke: an excellent new play-house ballad. Set to musick by Mr. Holdecombe.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3670ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Dunciad: An heroic poem. In three books.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3671ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Dunciad: With notes variorum, and the prolegomena of Scriblerus. Written in the year, 1727.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3672ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Eloisa to Abelard: Written by Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3673ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. ArbuthnotPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3674ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on criticism: Written by Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3675ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on man: being the first book of ethic epistles. To Henry St. John, L. Bolingbroke.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3676ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The first epistle of the first book of Horace imitated: By Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3677ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The first epistle of the second book of Horace, imitatedPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3678ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The first satire of the second book of Horace, imitated: in a dialogue between Alexander Pope of Twickenham in Com. Midd. Esq; on the one part, and his learned council on the other.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3679ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A full and true account of a horrid and barbarous revenge by poison: on the body of Mr. Edmund Curll, bookseller; with a faithful copy of his last will and testament. Publish'd by an eye witness.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3680ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A further account of the most deplorable condition of Mr. Edmund Curll, bookseller. Since his being poison'd on the 28th of March. To be publish'd weeklyPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3681ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Horace his ode to Venus. Lib. IV. Ode I. Imitated by Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3682ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The impertinent: or a visit to the court. A satyr. By an eminent hand.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3683ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A key to the lock: Or, a treatise proving, beyond all contradiction, the dangerous tendency of a late poem, entituled, The rape of the lock, to government and religion. By Esdras Barnivelt, apoth.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3684ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of the extraordinary life, works, and discoveries of Martinus Scriblerus. By Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3685ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Messiah: a sacred eclogue, in imitation of Virgil's Pollio. By Alexander Pope, Esq;.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3686ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A narrative of the method by which the private letters of Mr. Pope have been procur'd and publish'd by Edmund Curll, bookseller. NB. The original papers, in Curl's own hand, may be seen at T. Cooper'sPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3687ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode for musickPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3688ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington: Occasion'd by his publishing Palladio's designs of the baths, arches, theatres, &c. of ancient Rome. By Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3689ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of the characters of women: an epistle to a lady. By Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3690ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of the knowledge and characters of men: An epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Lord Viscount Cobham.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3691ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of the use of riches: an epistle to the Right Honorable Allen Lord Bathurst. By Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3692ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
One thousand seven hundred and thirty eight. A dialogue something like Horace. By Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3693ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
One thousand seven hundred and thirty eight. Dialogue II. By Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3694ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rape of the lock: An heroi-comical poem. In five canto's. Written by Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3695ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The second epistle of the second book of Horace: imitated by Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3696ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The second satire of the second book of Horace praprhased [sic]: By the author of the first.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3697ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems occasion'd by reading the travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver, explanatory and commendatoryPope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3698ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sober advice from Horace: to the young gentlemen about town. As deliver'd in his second sermon. Imitated in the manner of Mr. Pope. Together with the original text, as restored by the Rev'd. R. Bentley ... And some remarks on the version.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3699ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The temple of fame: a vision. By Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3700ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To the ingenious Mr. Moore, author of the celebrated worm-powder. By Mr. PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3701ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The universal prayer: By the author of the Essay on man.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3702ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Verses upon the late D----ss of M----: By Mr. P------.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3703ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Windsor-Forest: To the Right Honourable George Lord Lansdown. By Mr. Pope.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3704ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Paine's four letters. Letters on government: including both his letters to Mr. Dundas; with two letters to Lord Onslow, and two from Paris. By Thomas Paine, ... to which are prefixed anecdotes of his lifePaine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3705ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Address and declaration, of the friends of universal peace and liberty: held at the Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street. August 20th. 1791. By Thomas Paine, ... Together with some verses, by the same author, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3706ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Paine's address to the republic of France; September 25, 1792Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3707ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Agrarian justice opposed to agrarian law: and to agrarian monopoly; being a plan for meliorating the condition of man, by creating in every nation a national fund, ... By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3708ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Atheism refuted: in a discourse to prove the existence of a God.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3709ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse delivered by Thomas Paine, at the Society of the Theophilanthropists, at Paris, 1798Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3710ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of the officers of excise: with remarks on the qualifications of officers; and on the numerous evils arising to the revenue, from the insufficiency of the present salary. Humbly addressed to the Hon. and Right Hon. the members of both Houses of Parliament.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3711ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dissertation on first-principles of government: by Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3712ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation: By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3713ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to George Washington: on the subject of the late treaty concluded between Great-Britain and the United States of America, including other matters. By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3714ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to Mr. Secretary Dundas. In answer to his speech on the late proclamation. By Thomas PainePaine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3715ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the Earl of Shelburne: on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence. By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3716ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the Honourable Thomas Erskine: on the prosecution of Thomas Williams, for publishing The age of reason. ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3717ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prospects on the Rubicon: or, an investigation into the causes and consequences of the politics to be agitated at the meeting of Parliament.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3718ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prospects on the war and paper currency: By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3719ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rights of man: being an answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French revolution. Second edition. By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3720ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rights of man. Part the second. Combining principle and practice. By Thomas Paine,Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3721ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts on the peace, and the probable advantages thereof to the United States of America: By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3722ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The genuine trial of Thomas Paine: for a libel contained in the second part of Rights of man; at Guildhall, London, Dec. 18, 1792, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury: ... Taken in short-hand by E. Hodgson.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3723ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The trial of Thomas Paine: for a libel, contained in The second part of rights of man, before Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Guildhall, December 18. With the speeches of the Attorney General and Mr. Erskine, at large.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3724ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the King's Attorney-General against Thomas Paine: for a libel upon the Revolution and settlement of the Crown and regal government as by law established; ... Tried by a special jury in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Tuesday, the 18th of December, 1792. ... Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.3725ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The quip modest: a few words by way of supplement to Remarks, critical and illustrative, on the text and notes of the last edition of Shakspeare; occasioned by a republication of that edition, revised ... by the editor of Dodsleys Old plays.Ritson, Joseph, 1752-1803.3726ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love's victims: the hermit's story. By the author of The prize, No song no supper, &cHoare, Prince, 1755-1834.3727ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on acting: in which will be consider'd the mimical behaviour of a certain fashionable faulty actor, ... To which will be added, a short criticism on his acting Macbeth.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3728ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the European settlements in America: In six parts. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Burke, William, 1730-1798.3729ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the European settlements in America: In six parts. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Burke, William, 1730-1798.3730ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The importance of religious knowledge to the happiness of mankind. A sermon preached before the Society for propagating Christian Knowledge: at their anniversary meeting in the High Church of Edinburgh, on Monday, January 1. 1750. ... By Hugh Blair ... To which is subjoin'd a short account of the present state of the societyBlair, Hugh, 1718-1800.3731ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cursory criticisms on the edition of Shakspeare published by Edmond MaloneRitson, Joseph, 1752-1803.3732ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Introduction to the school of Shakespeare; held, on Wednesday evenings, in the Apollo, at the Devil Tavern, Temple Bar. To which is added a retort courteous on the criticks, as delivered at the second and third lecturesKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3733ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Macbeth reconsidered; an essay: intended as an answer to part of the Remarks on some of the characters of ShakspeareKemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.3734ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Introduction to Shakespeare's plays, containing an essay on oratoryGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.3735ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The vision, a poem: Being an answer to the Lord Beilhaven's speech. By a person of quality.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3736ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Burke's address to the "swinish*" multitude! Tune "Derry down, down," &cSpence, Thomas, 1750-1814.3737ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The nature of the kingdom, or church, of Christ: A sermon preach'd before the King, at the Royal chapel at St. James's, on Sunday March 31, 1717. By ... Benjamin Lord Bishop of Bangor. ...Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761.3738ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To the Right Honourable the Mayor and aldermen of the City of London: the humble petition of the colliers, cooks, cook-maids, black-smiths, jack-makers, brasiers, and others, shewethArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3739ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short treatise on the English tongue: Being an attempt to render the reading and pronunciation of the same more easy to foreigners.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3740ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd at the parish church of St. Peter's Cornhill; on the Sunday after the late dreadful fire in that neighbourhood. By Thomas Francklin,Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.3741ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The farmer: a comic opera: In two acts. As it is performed at the theatres Royal in London and Dublin. By John O'Keefe, Esq.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.3742ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The man with two wives: or, wigs for ever! A dramatick fable; by F. G. Waldron. Set to musick by Mr. Sanderson. And first performed at the Royalty Theatre, Saturday, March 24th. 1798.Waldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.3743ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sick monkey, a fableGarrick, David, 1717-1779.3744ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberty-Hall: or, a test of good fellowship. A comic opera, in two acts. As it is performed with the greatest applause at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3745ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lodoiska: an opera, in three acts, perfomed, for the first time, by His Majesty's Servants, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, on Monday, June 9th. 1794. Written by J. P. Kemble. ...Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.3746ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fall of Mexico, a poem. By Mr. JerninghamJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3747ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached at St. George's Bloomsbury, on Sunday, March 28: for the benefit of the Humane Society, ... By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.3748ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Honoria: or the day of All Souls, a poem, with other poetical piecesJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3749ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Enthusiasm: a poem. In two parts. By Mr. JerninghamJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3750ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
It cannot rain but it pours: or, London strow'd with rarities. Being, an account of the arrival of a white bear, at the house of Mr. Ratcliff in Bishopsgate-Street: as also of the Faustina, ... and of the copper-farthing dean from Ireland. And lastly, of the wonderful wild man.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3751ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The ghost: Book IV. By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3752ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Patriotism, a mock-heroic. In five cantosBentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.3753ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Philander. A dramatic pastoral: By the author of the Female quixote.Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.3754ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alwyn: or the gentleman comedian. In two volumes. ...: [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3755ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alwyn: or the gentleman comedian. In two volumes. ...: [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3756ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the Cocoa Tree, to the country gentlemenFrancis, Philip, 1708?-1773.3757ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pastorals. By Alexander PopePope, Alexander, 1688-1744.3758ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd in Lambeth-chapel, at the consecration of ... John Lord Bishop of Bangor, on Sunday, Jan. 4th 1701/2. By William Hayley,Hayley, William, 1657-1715.3759ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
False delicacy: a comedy; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Hugh Kelly.Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.3760ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sister: a comedy. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox.Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.3761ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The speech delivered by Robert Jephson, Esq; on the 11th of February, 1774, in the debate on the committing heads of a bill, for "the better encouragement of persons professing the Popish religion to become Protestants, and for the further improvement of the kingdom." John Foster, Esq; in the chairJephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3762ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arundel: By the author of The observer. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3763ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arundel: By the author of The observer. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3764ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Kilkenny: or, the old man's wish. By W. R. ChetwoodChetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.3765ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on gleets: wherein the defects of the actual method of treating those complaints of the urethra are pointed out, and an effectual way of curing them indicated. By J. P. Marat, M.D.Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793.3766ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the origin of episcopacy, in a discourse preached in June, 1790. By a dignitary of the Church of EnglandBerkeley, George, 1733-1795.3767ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Lord's cup: or, the dispensations of providence with regard to good and evil, considered in a sermon; by William Gilpin,...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.3768ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short history of the opposition during the last session of ParliamentMacpherson, James, 1736-1796.3769ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A conversation between His most sacred Majesty George III. and Samuel Johnson, LL.D. Illustrated with observations, by James Boswell, EsqBoswell, James, 1740-1795.3770ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An explanation of the duties of religion, for the use of Boldre School, in New Forest. N.B. The small paper prefixed, which is the ground-work of this explanation, is distributed in little books among the children of the parish,Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.3771ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Percy: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3772ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks and observations on the morality and divinity contained in Dr. Free's certain articles: proposed to the Court of Assistants, of the Worshipful Company of Salters. In a letter to the Reverend Dr. Free.Mason, William, 1719-1791.3773ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The influence of piety on the public good. A sermon, preached in the High Church of Edinburgh, May 31. 1761, ... By Alexander Gerard,Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.3774ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two sermons: The first, on comparing spiritual things with spiritual, preached at the primary visitation of the Lord Bishop of Winchester, at Southampton, July 15, 1788; ... the second, on the simplicity of the Gospel, preached ... September 13, 1780; ... By William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.3775ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Odes on several subjectsAkenside, Mark, 1721-1770.3776ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mourning bride. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.3777ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tears of Amaryllis for Amyntas. A pastoral: Lamenting the death of the late Lord Marquis of Blanford. ... By Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.3778ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A whipping for the Welch parson: Being a comment on the Rev. Mr. Evan Lloyd's Epistle to David Garrick, Esq. By Scriblerius Flagellarius. To which is superadded the parson's text.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3779ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for publishing by subscription The man of the world, a comedy, in five acts; and, Love a la mode, a comedy, in two acts, written by Mr. Charles Macklin.Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.3780ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sermons of Mr. Yorick.: [pt.1]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3781ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sermons of Mr. Yorick.: [pt.2]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3782ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of Sterne: including all his pathetic tales, and most distinguished observations on life. Selected for the heart of sensibility.Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3783ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters from Yorick to ElizaSterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3784ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The abuses of conscience: set forth in a sermon, preached in the Cathedral church of St. Peter's, York, ... on Sunday, July 29, 1750. By Laurence Sterne, A.M. ...Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3785ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sentimental journey through France and Italy: By Mr. Yorick. ... [pt.1]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3786ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sentimental journey through France and Italy: By Mr. Yorick. ... [pt.2]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3787ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of the late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to his most intimate friends. With a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. To which are prefix'd, memoirs of his life and family. Written by himself. And published by his daughter, Mrs. Medalle. In three volumes.: [pt.1]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3788ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of the late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to his most intimate friends. With a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. To which are prefix'd, memoirs of his life and family. Written by himself. And published by his daughter, Mrs. Medalle. In three volumes.: [pt.2]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3789ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of the late Rev. Mr. Laurence Sterne, to his most intimate friends. With a fragment in the manner of Rabelais. To which are prefix'd, memoirs of his life and family. Written by himself. And published by his daughter, Mrs. Medalle. In three volumes.: [pt.3]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3790ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, gentleman: ... [pt.1]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3791ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy, gentleman: ... [pt.2]Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3792ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Original letters of the late Reverend Mr. Laurence Sterne; never before publishedSterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.3793ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems: by William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq.Cowper, William, 1731-1800.3794ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The task: a poem, in six books. By William Cowper, ... To which are added, by the same author, An epistle to Joseph Hill, Esq. ... To which are added, ... an epistle ... and the history of John Gilpin.Cowper, William, 1731-1800.3795ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Odyssey of Homer: [pt.1]Homer.3796ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A proposal for the better supplying of churches in our foreign plantations, and for converting the savage Americans to ChristianityBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.3797ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs, duos, trios, chorusses, &c, in the comic opera of The carnival of Venice, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury LaneTickell, Richard, 1751-1793.3798ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The King in the country. A dramatic piece, in two acts. Acted at the Theatres-Royal, at Richmond and Windsor, 1788Waldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.3799ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the people of Scotland, on the present state of the nation. By James Boswell, EsqBoswell, James, 1740-1795.3800ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical essay on the principles of political associations in a state: ... in a comparative view of the associations of the year 1792, and that recently instituted by the Whig club. By the Rev. John Brand, M.A.Brand, John, d. 1808.3801ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The late tryal and conviction of Count TariffAddison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3802ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Management: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Frederick Reynolds.Reynolds, Frederick, 1764-1841.3803ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rage: a comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Frederick Reynolds.Reynolds, Frederick, 1764-1841.3804ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The devil upon two sticks: a comedy, in three acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Haymarket. Written by the late Samuel Foote, Esq. and now published by Mr. Colman.Foote, Samuel, 1720-1777.3805ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new and most accurate theory of the moon's motion: whereby all her irregularities may be solved, ... Written by ... Mr. Isaac Newton, and published in Latin by Mr. David Gregory in his excellent Astronomy.Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.3806ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of some of the most romantic parts of North WalesCradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.3807ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of Mr. Whiston's prosecution at, and banishment from, the University of Cambridge: First printed at the end of the Historical preface, ... With an appendix: containing Mr. Whiston's farther account; ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.3808ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of a surprizing meteor: seen in the air March 19. 1718/19. at night. Containing, I. A description of this meteor, from the original letters of those who saw it in different places. ... By William Whiston, M.A. ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.3809ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Abelard to Eloisa: a poem. By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.3810ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The actor: A poetical epistle to Bonnell Thornton, Esq.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3811ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Caesar's camp: or, St. George's Hill. A poem. By the Reverend Mr. Duck, ...Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.3812ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Calvary: or the death of Christ. A poem, in eight books. By Richard Cumberland.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3813ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The camp: a musical entertainment, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. By R. B. Sheridan, Esq.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.3814ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The captive of Spilburg in two acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, altered from the favourite French drama called Le souterrain, with a preface by the translator. The music by Dussek.Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834.3815ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The captives a tragedy: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane by the author of The royal suppliants.Delap, J. (John), 1725-1812.3816ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of Samuel Richardson, of London, printer: with regard to the invasion of his property in The history of Sir Charles Grandison, before publication, by certain booksellers in Dublin.Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3817ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castle of indolence: an allegorical poem. Written in imitation of Spenser. By James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.3818ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Address to a locket. The words from Emma CorbetPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.3819ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to the artists and manufacturers of Great Britain; respecting an application to Parliament for the farther encouragement of new discoveries and inventions in the useful arts; ... By W. Kenrick, LL.DKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3820ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to the public, on the treatment which the editor of the History of Sir Charles Grandison has met with from certain booksellers and printers in Dublin. Including observations on Mr. Faulkner's defence of himself, published in his Irish news-paper of Nov. 3. 1753Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.3821ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lock and key: a musical entertainment, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Prince Hoare, Esq. ... Correctly taken from the prompt-book.Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834.3822ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Nature and art: By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.3823ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Next door neighbours; a comedy: in three acts. From the French dramas L'indigent & Le dissipateur. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.3824ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Wives as they were: and maids as they are, a comedy, in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.3825ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Roman portraits, a poem, in heroick verse; with historical remarks and illustrations: by Robert Jephson, EsqJephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3826ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The airs, duetts, trios and chorusses, &c. in The prophet: a comic opera, in three acts; performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.Bentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.3827ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alfred: a masque: Represented before Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, at Cliffden, on the first of August, 1740.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.3828ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alfred. A tragedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-GardenHome, John, 1722-1808.3829ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
All in the wrong: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3830ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Almeyda, Queen of Granada: A tragedy, in five acts. By Sophia Lee. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane.Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.3831ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alzuma: a tragedy. As performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3832ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The bad bargain: or, the world set up to sale.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3833ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The battle of Hastings: a tragedy. By Richard Cumberland, Esq; As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3834ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke, selected from the writings, &c. of that extraordinary man, ... To which is prefixed, a sketch of the life, with some original anecdotes of Mr. Burke. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3835ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke, selected from the writings, &c. of that extraordinary man, ... To which is prefixed, a sketch of the life, with some original anecdotes of Mr. Burke. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.3836ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Betty Brown, the St. Giles's orange girl:More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3837ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Amana. A dramatic poem. By a ladyGriffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.3838ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The analyst: or, a discourse addressed to an infidel mathematician. Wherein it is examined whether the object, ... and inferences of the modern analysis are more distinctly conceived, or more evidently deduced, than religious mysteries ... By the author of The minute philosopher.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.3839ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Animadversions on a late pamphlet, intituled, The new Arian reprov'dWhiston, William, 1667-1752.3840ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Antient and modern Italy compared: being the first part of Liberty, a poem. By Mr. ThomsonThomson, James, 1700-1748.3841ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The apology: Addressed to the critical reviewers. By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3842ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Appearance is against them: A farce, in two acts, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.3843ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appendix to John Bull still in his senses: or, Law is a bottomless-pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: and publish'd, (as well as the three former parts) by the author of the New Atalantis.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3844ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appendix to the history of the Crown-Inn: with a key to the wholeArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.3845ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appendix to the Representation: (printed in the year 1769,) of the injustice and dangerous tendency of tolerating slavery, or of admitting the least claim of private property in the persons of men in England. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3846ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The apprentice turned master: or, the second part of the two shoemakers. ...More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3847ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The apprentice's monitor; or, indentures in verse, shewing what they are bound to doMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3848ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arcadia; or, the shepherd's wedding: A dramatic pastoral. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music composed by Mr. Stanley.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.3849ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arthur and Emmeline: A dramatic entertainment, in two acts, taken from the masque of King Arthur, by Dryden. And now performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, with variety of scenes and machinery. ...Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3850ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The association: or, liberty and loyalty. Verses occasion'd by the present unnatural rebellion. By Theophilus CibberCibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.3851ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Atys and Adrastus: a tale in the manner of Dryden's fables. By Mr. William Whitehead, ...Whitehead, William, 1715-1785.3852ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The auction a poem: a familiar epistle to a friend, ...Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770.3853ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Bishop Bonner's ghostMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3854ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Boadicia: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Glover.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.3855ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A bold stroke for a wife: a comedy ; as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. By the author of The busie-body ...Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3856ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.1]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.3857ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.2]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.3858ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.3]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.3859ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.4]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.3860ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British shells: ... By E. Donovan, ... [pt.5]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.3861ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The claims of the people of England.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3862ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mar-plot: or, the second part of The busie-body. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3863ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Gotham election: a farce. By Mrs. Centlivre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3864ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A Bickerstaff's burying: or, work for the upholders. A farce; as it is acted at the theatres, with applause. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre: ...Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3865ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Artifice: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's company of comedians. By Mrs. Cent-Livre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3866ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love at a venture. A comedy. As it is acted by his Grace, the Duke of Grafton's servants, at the New Theatre in Bath. Written by the author of The gamesterCentlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3867ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to the King of Sweden from a lady of Great-BritainCentlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3868ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The platonick lady. A comedy. As it is acted at the Queens Theatre in the Hay-Market. By the author of The gamester, and Love's ContrivanceCentlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3869ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wonder: a woman keeps a secret. A comedy: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Her Majesty's servants. Written by the author of The gamester.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3870ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem. Humbly presented to His most Sacred Majesty George, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland. Upon his accession to the throne. By Susanna CentlivreCentlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3871ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beau's duel: or a soldier for the ladies. A comedy, as it is acted at the New Theater in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Her Majesties servants.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3872ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A wife well manag'd: A farce.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3873ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The perjur'd husband: or, the adventures of Venice. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. CentlivreCentlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3874ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cato: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. By Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3875ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Damon and Phillida: Altered from Cibber into a comic opera. With the addition of new songs and chorusses. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. The music entirely new composed by Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3876ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd at Queen-street chapel, and St. Paul's, Covent-Garden: on Friday the 17th of February, 1758. ... By the Rev. Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.3877ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appendix to the second edition of Mr. Lofft's 'Observations on a late publication, entitled "A dialogue on the actual state of Parliaments;" ... By Granville SharpSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3878ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Antinomian heresy exploded: in an appeal to the Christian world; against the unscriptural doctrines, and licentious tenets of Mr. James Relly: advanced in his treatise of union, &c. By W. MasonMason, William, 1719-1791.3879ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The use and propriety of local and occasional preaching: a charge, delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Carlisle, in the year 1790, by William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.3880ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An authentic narrative of the loss of the Doddington Indiaman: and of the adventures of those on board who survived the shipwreck; from the journal of one of the surviving officers.Webb, William, mate of the Doddington East Indiaman.3881ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs, chorusses, &c. in The campaign; or, love in the East-Indies. A comic opera. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Written by Captain JephsonJephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3882ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Conspiracy, a tragedy. By R. Jephson, EsqJephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3883ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Catharine and Petruchio: A comedy, in three acts. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Alter'd from Shakespear's Taming of the shrew.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3884ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Jack Brown in prison: ... Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoemakers.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3885ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The journey: A fragment. By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3886ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Judith: A sacred drama. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. The music composed by Dr. Arne.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.3887ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Julia: or, the Italian lover. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Robert Jephson, Esq.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3888ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
King Arthur: or, the British worthy: A masque. By Mr. Dryden. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, ... The music by Purcell and Dr. Arne.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3889ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
King Dionysius and Squire Damocles: a new song on an old story. Proper to be sung at all feasts and merry-makings.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3890ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Braganza: A tragedy. Performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Robert Jephson, Esq.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3891ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Britannia and Batavia: a masque. Written on the marriage of the Princess Royal with his Highness the Prince of Orange. By the late Mr. Lillo.Lillo, George, 1693-1739.3892ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Britannia triumphans: or the Empire sav'd: and Europe deliver'd. By the success of her Majesty's forces under the wise and heroick conduct of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. A poem, by Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.3893ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The chapter of accidents: a comedy, in five acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. Written by Miss Lee.Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.3894ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A charge to the poets: By William Whitehead, Esq; Poet Laureat.Whitehead, William, 1715-1785.3895ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The choleric fathers: A comic opera. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3896ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The citizen. A farce: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Arthur Murphy, Esq;.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3897ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The clandestine marriage: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman and David Garrick.Colman, George, 1732-1794.3898ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cleonice, Princess of Bithynia: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.Hoole, John, 1727-1803.3899ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hymns and sacred poems: Published by John Wesley, ... and Charles Wesley, ...Wesley, John, 1703-1791.3900ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A general plan for laying out towns and townships, on the new-acquired lands in the East Indies, America, or elsewhere; in order to promote cultivation,Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3901ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Constantine: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773.3902ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A determination of the average depression of the price of wheat in war, below that of the preceding peace; and of its readvance in the following; ... By J. Brand,Brand, John, d. 1808.3903ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse addressed to magistrates and men in authority: Occasioned by the enormous licence, and irreligion of the times.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.3904ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse on antient and modern learning: By the late Right Honourable Joseph Addison, Esq; Published from an original manuscript of Mr. Addison's, prepared and corrected by himself.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.3905ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dan and Jane: or faith and works. A tale.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3906ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dean and the 'squire: a political eclogue. Humbly dedicated to Soame Jenyns, Esq. By the author of the Heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, &c.Mason, William, 1725-1797.3907ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A declaration of the people's natural right to a share in the legislature: which is the fundamental principle of the British constitution of state. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.3908ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A defence of Mr. Kenrick's review of Dr. Johnson's Shakespeare: containing a number of curious and ludicrous anecdotes of literary biography. By a friend.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3909ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A defence of Sir Fopling Flutter, a comedy written by Sir George Etheridge. In which defence is shewn, that Sir Fopling, ... was rightly compos'd by the knight his father, to answer the ends of comedy;Dennis, John, 1657-1734.3910ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The East Indian: a comedy. In five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. By M. G. Lewis, ...Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.3911ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Edgar and Emmeline: a fairy tale: in a dramatic entertainment of two acts; ...Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.3912ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy on the death of an amiable young lady. With an epistle from Menalcas to Lycidas. To which are prefixed, three critical recommendatory lettersBoswell, James, 1740-1795.3913ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy on the death of Miss M----s. Eldest daughter of D---- M----, Esq. of the F---- H----, C----, Berkshire. Who died the 8th of July, 1785. By a gentleman of the Inner TempleBerkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.3914ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy on the death of the Honourable Sir William Jones: a judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Bengal, and President of the Asiatic Society. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.3915ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.3916ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.3917ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.3918ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The emigrants, a poem, in two books. By Charlotte SmithSmith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.3919ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The enchanter: or, love and magic. A musical drama. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music composed by Mr. Smith.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3920ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
English readings; a comic piece, in one act. Inscribed to George Colman, EsqCobb, James, 1756-1818.3921ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the causes of the decay of the dissenting interest: In a letter to a dissenting minister.Gough, Strickland, d. 1752.3922ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The enthusiast: or, the lover of nature. A poemWarton, Joseph, 1722-1800.3923ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle from a lady in England: to a gentleman at Avignon.Tickell, Mr. (Thomas), 1686-1740.3924ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to Dr. Shebbeare: to which is added an ode to Sir Fletcher Norton, in imitation of Horace, Ode VIII. Book IV. By Malcolm MacGreggor, of Knightsbridge, Esq. ...Mason, William, 1725-1797.3925ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to William Hogarth: By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.3926ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Illumination: or, the glaziers' conspiracy. A prelude. As it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By F. PilonPilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3927ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The invasion: or, a trip to Brighthelmstone. A farce of two acts, as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Written by F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3928ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rose and Colin, a comic opera: in one act. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3929ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wives revenged: a comic opera, in one act. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3930ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Chelsea pensioner: a comic opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3931ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Abroad and at home: A comic opera, in three acts. Now performing at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By J. G. Holman,.Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817.3932ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alonzo: A tragedy. In five acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Home, John, 1722-1808.3933ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dialogue between a dissenter and the Observator, concerning The shortest way with the dissentersDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3934ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sincerity of the dissenters vindicated, from the scandal of occasional conformity: with some considerations on a late book, entitul'd, Moderation a vertue.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3935ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of dissenters as affected by the late bill proposed in Parliament, for preventing occasional conformity. By a gentleman3936ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A challenge of peace, address'd to the whole nation: With an enquiry into ways and means for bringing it to pass.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3937ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dissenters answer to the high-church challengeDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3938ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into occasional conformity: Shewing that the dissenters are no way concern'd in it. By the author of the preface to Mr. Howe.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.3939ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the institution and progress of the Academy of Ancient Music. With a comparative view of the music of the past and present times. By a memberHawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.3940ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on satire: occasion'd by the death of Mr. Pope.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3941ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon publick spirit; being a satyr in prose upon the manners and luxury of the times, the chief sources of our present parties and divisions. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.3942ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays and treatises: on several subjects. By David Hume, Esq; In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Hume, David, 1711-1776.3943ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays on various subjects: principally designed for young ladies.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3944ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An estimate of the religion of the fashionable world: By one of the laity.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3945ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Eugenia: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servantsFrancis, Philip, 1708?-1773.3946ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An examination of The age of reason: or an investigation of true and fabulous theology, by Thomas Paine: by Gilbert Wakefield, ...Wakefield, Gilbert, 1756-1801.3947ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The examiner. A satire. By Arthur Murphy, EsqMurphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.3948ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An explanatory defence of the Estimate of the manners and principles of the times: Being an appendix to that work, ... Written by the author of the Estimate, in a series of letters to a noble friend.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3949ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Content, a pastoral song: By the late Mr. Cunningham.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.3950ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The contrivances: or, more ways than one. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.3951ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cottage cook: or, Mrs. Jones's cheap dishes; shewing the way to do much good with little money.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3952ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Count of Narbonne: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Robert Jephson, Esq;.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.3953ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Countess of Salisbury: A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. By Hall Hartson, Esqr.Hartson, Hall, d. 1773.3954ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The country election; a farce: in two actsTrusler, John, 1735-1820.3955ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Craigmillar Castle: An elegy.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.3956ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cross purposes: a farce of two acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.O'Brien, William, d. 1815.3957ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cruel gift: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. By Mrs. Cent Livre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.3958ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A cure for the heart-ache: a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden by Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.3959ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cure of Saul: A sacred ode. Written by Dr. Brown.Brown, John, 1715-1766.3960ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cymon: A dramatic romance. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.3961ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cyrus: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.Hoole, John, 1727-1803.3962ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation on the armorial ensigns of the County of Middlesex, and of the Abbey and City of Westminster. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt.Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.3963ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation upon pamphlets: In a letter to a nobleman.Oldys, William, 1696-1761.3964ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A distinction of orders in the Church defended upon principles of public utility, in a sermon preached in the castle-chapel, Dublin, at the consecration of John Law, D.D. Lord Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh, September 21, 1782. By William Paley,Paley, William, 1743-1805.3965ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dorando: a Spanish tale.Boswell, James, 1740-1795.3966ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Double falshood: or, the distrest lovers. A play, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written originally by W. Shakespeare; and now revised and adapted to the stage by Mr. Theobald, ...Theobald, Mr. (Lewis), 1688-1744.3967ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Douglas: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Home, John, 1722-1808.3968ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The drama, a poemDownman, Hugh, 1740-1809.3969ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The duellist, a comedy: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. Written by W. Kenrick, LL.D.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3970ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Duplicity: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3971ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fair American: a comic opera, in three acts; as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Written by F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3972ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fall of Egypt; an oratorio. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-lane. Written by the late John Hawkesworth LL.D. and set to musick by John StanleyHawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.3973ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
False impressions: a comedy in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Richard Cumberland, Esq.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.3974ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Falstaff's wedding: a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Being a sequel to the second part of the play of King Henry the fourth. Written in imitation of Shakespeare, by W. Kenrick.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.3975ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fanciad. An heroic poem. In six cantos. To His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, on the turn of his genius to armsHill, Aaron, 1685-1750.3976ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fatal discovery. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-LaneHome, John, 1722-1808.3977ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fatal falsehood: a tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By the author of Percy.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3978ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fate of Sparta: or, the rival kings. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.3979ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The first floor; a farce: In two acts. As it is now acting at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.3980ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Five pastoral eclogues: the scenes of which are suppos'd to lie among the shepherds, oppress'd by the war in GermanyWarton, Thomas, 1728-1790.3981ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Florio: a tale: for fine gentlemen and fine ladies: and, the bas bleu; or, conversation: two poems.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3982ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The golden pippin: an English burletta, in three acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By the author of Midas.O'Hara, Kane, 1714?-1782.3983ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The golden verses of Pythagoras: Translated from the Greek, by N. Rowe, Esq; With A poem on the late glorious successes, &c. and an Ode for the New-Year, MDCCXVI. By the same hand.3984ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The good militia man: or, the man that is worth a host, being a new song, by honest Dan the plough-boy turned soldier.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3985ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Hackney coachman; or, the way to get a good fareMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.3986ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Harvest-home: A comic opera, in two acts. As performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in the Hay-Market. By Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.3987ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
He would be a soldier: A comedy in five acts. ... Written by Frederick Pilon. ...Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.3988ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hecuba, a tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Delap, J. (John), 1725-1812.3989ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The heiress: A comedy in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal Drury-Lane.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.3990ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An heroic answer, from Richard Twiss, Esq: F.R.S. at Rotterdam, to Donna Teresa Pinna Ruiz, of Murica.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.3991ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
He's much to blame: a comedy: in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.3992ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical tragedy of the civil wars: in the reign of King Henry VI. (Being a sequel to the Tragedy of Humfrey Duke of Gloucester: and a introduction to the Tragical history of King Richard III.) Alter'd from Shakespear, in the year 1720. By Theo. Cibber.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.3993ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Charles Jones, the footman: Written by himself.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3994ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of idle Jack Brown: ... being the third part of The two shoemakers.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3995ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Mary Wood: The house-maid. Or, the danger of false excuses.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3996ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Mr. Fantom: the new fashioned philosopher and his man William.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3997ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Tom White: the postilion. Part I.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.3998ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hotel: or, the double valet. A farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Thomas Vaughan, Esq.Vaughan, Thomas, fl. 1772-1820.3999ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Humanity, or the rights of nature, a poem; in two books. By the author of SympathyPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4000ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
I'll tell you what: A comedy, in five acts, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4001ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Independence: A poem. Addressed to the minority. By [blank]Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4002ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The inflexible captive: A tragedy. By Miss Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4003ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the Copernican system respecting the motions of the heavenly bodies, wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion, and that the sun revolves round the world; ... By John CunninghamCunningham, John, of Deptford.4004ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Irish widow: In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4005ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The iron chest: a play; in three acts. Written by George Colman, the younger. With a preface. First represented at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, on Saturday, 12th March, 1796.Colman, George, 1762-1836.4006ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Isis: An elegy. Written in the year 1748, by Mr. Mason.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4007ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Isle of Wight: a poem, in three cantos.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.4008ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lady and the pye; or, know thyselfMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4009ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lady of the manor: a comic opera: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Dr. Kenrick. The songs set to music by Mr. Hook.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4010ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lady's revenge: or, the rover reclaim'd. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent-GardenPopple, William, 1701-1764.4011ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The law of Lombardy: a tragedy: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Robert Jephson, ...Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.4012ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lethe: A dramatic satire. By David Garrick. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4013ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from a Right Honourable person. And the answer to it: translated into verse, ... With notes historical, critical, political, &c.Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773.4014ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from Edmund Burke: Esq; one of the representatives in Parliament for the city of Bristol, to John Farr and John Harris, Esqrs. sheriffs of that city, on the affairs of America.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4015ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from Mr. Burke, to a member of the National Assembly: in answer to some objections to his book on French affairs.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4016ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, M.P. in the kingdom of Great Britain, to Sir Hercules Langrishe: Bart. M.P. on the subject of Roman Catholics of Ireland, and the propriety of admitting them to the elective franchise, consistently with the principles of the constitution as established at the Revolution.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4017ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the Right Hon. Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland, on the conduct of the minority in Parliament, containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Right Hon. C. J. Fox. From the original copy, in the possession of the noble DukeBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4018ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from the Rt. Honourable Edmund Burke to His Grace the Duke of Portland: on the conduct of the minority in Parliament. Containing fifty-four articles of impeachment against the Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox. From the original copy, in the possession of the noble duke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4019ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of O----d. Containing some animadversions upon a character given of the late Dr. Bentley, in a letter, from a late professor in the University of Oxford, to the Right Rev. author of The divine legation of Moses demonstratedCumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4020ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters from Snowdon: descriptive of a tour through the northern counties of Wales: Containing the antiquities, history, and state of the country: ...Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.4021ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The letters of Valens, (which originally appeared in the London Evening Post) with corrections, explanatory notes, and a preface, by the authorBurke, William, 1730-1798.4022ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lewis Baboon turned honest, and John Bull politician. Being the fourth part of Law is a bottomless-pit. Printed from a manuscript found in the cabinet of the famous Sir Humphry Polesworth: and publish'd, (as well as the three former parts and appendix) by the author of the New AtalantisArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4023ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love in a mist: A farce now acting at the City-Theatre in Dublin, with great applause.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.4024ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love in the East; or, adventures of twelve hours: a comic opera, in three acts. Written by the author of The strangers at home. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.4025ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love in the Suds: a town eclogue, being the lamentation of Roscius for the loss of his Nyky ...Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4026ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lucius, the first Christian King of Britain: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Mrs. Manley.Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724.4027ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lying valet: in two acts. As it is performed gratis, at the theatre in Goodman's-Fields. By D. Garrick.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4028ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The maid of Arragon; a tale: By Mrs. Cowley. Part I.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4029ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The maid of the mill. A comic opera: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. The music compiled, and the words written by the author of Love in a village.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4030ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The maid of the oaks: a new dramatic entertainment. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.4031ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The male-coquette: or, seventeen hundred fifty-seven. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4032ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The man of the world: A comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatres-Royal of Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley ... Written by Charles Macklin, Esq.Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.4033ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The man's bewitch'd: or, the devil to do about her. A comedy, as it is acted at the New-Theatre in the Hay-Market; by Her Majesty's servants. By Susanna Cent-Livre.Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723.4034ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Marcellus: a monody. Humbly inscrib'd to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. By Mr Delap, M.A.Delap, J. (John), 1725-1812.4035ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Marina: a play of three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Convent-Garden. Taken from Pericles Prince of Tyre. By Mr. LilloLillo, George, 1693-1739.4036ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Matilda: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The Earl of Warwick.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4037ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
May-day: or, the little gipsy: A musical farce, of one act. To which is added The theatrical candidates. A musical prelude. As they are both performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4038ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellanies in prose and verse: by Thomas Chatterton, the supposed author of the poems published under the names of Rowley, Canning, &c.Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770.4039ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A miscellany, containing several tracts on various subjects. By the Bishop of CloyneBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.4040ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Narcissa and Eliza. A dramatic tale. By Francis GentlemanGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4041ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The national advocates, a poem. Affectionately inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Erskine, and Vicary Gibbs, EsquireHayley, William, 1745-1820.4042ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history and antiquities of Selborne, in the county of Southampton: with engravings, and an appendixWhite, Gilbert, 1720-1793.4043ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A naturalist's calendar, with observations in various branches of natural history; extracted from the papers of the late Rev. Gilbert White,White, Gilbert, 1720-1793.4044ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Neck or nothing, a farce: In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4045ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new dramatic entertainment, called a Christmas tale: In five parts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Embellished with an etching by Mr. Loutherbourg.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4046ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new method for discovering the longitude both at sea and land: humbly proposed to the consideration of the publick. By William Whiston, ... and Humphry Ditton, ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.4047ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Free thoughts on the most probable means of reviving the dissenting interest: Occasion'd by the late enquiry into the causes of its decay. Address'd to the author of that enquiry. By a minister in the country.Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.4048ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The free-holder: or political essays.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4049ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Friendly advice. In a letter from Mrs. Heartwhole, to Dame Nicholls, ... on her fears of the French invasionMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4050ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fun: a parodi-tragi-comical satire: As it was to have been perform'd at the Castle-Tavern, Pater-Noster-Row, on Thursday, February 13, 1752, but suppressed, by a special order from the Lord-Mayor ...Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4051ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The funeral of Arabert, monk of La Trappe: a poem: By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4052ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Garrick's looking-glass: or, the art of rising on the stage: A poem. In three cantos. Decorated with dramatic characters. By the author of *****.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4053ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
General view of the agriculture of the county of Northumberland: with observations on the means of its improvement; drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement, by J. Bailey and G. Culley.Bailey, J. (John), 1750-1819.4054ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
General view of the agriculture of the West Riding of Yorkshire: with observations on the means of its improvement. By Messrs. Rennie, Broun, and Shirreff. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.Rennie, George, 1749-1828.4055ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The genuine arguments of the council, with the opinion of the Court of King's Bench, on cause shewn, why an information should not be exhibited against John Stephen James, Joseph Clarke, Esqrs. Ralph Aldus ... William Augustus Miles, James Sparks, and Thomas Leigh; for a riotous conspiracy, ... to deprive Charles Macklin, ... of his livelihood; ... By a citizen of the worldMacklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.4056ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The ghost: By C. Churchill. Book III.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4057ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gnothi seauton. Know your self. A poemArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4058ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberty asserted: A tragedy. As it is acted at the New Theatre in Little Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.4059ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A lick at a liar: or, calumny detected. Being an occasional letter to a friend from Theophilus Cibber, comedianCibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.4060ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Life of William Baker: with his funeral sermon, by the Rev. Mr. Gilpin.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4061ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lionel and Clarissa: A comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4062ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Liverpool prize: a farce: in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden, with universal applause. Written by F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.4063ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The London merchant: or, the history of George Barnwell. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Lillo.Lillo, George, 1693-1739.4064ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
London: or, the progress of commerce. A poem. By Mr. Glover.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4065ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lord of the manor, a comic opera: as it is performed at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane, with a preface by the author.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.4066ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Momus, a poem; or a critical examination into the merits of the performers, and comic pieces, at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-MarketCarey, George Saville, 1743-1807.4067ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Moral contrasts: or, the power of religion exemplified under different characters. By William Gilpin,Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4068ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Burke's speech, on the 1st December 1783: upon the question for the Speaker's leaving the chair, in order for the House to resolve itself into a committee on Mr. Fox's East India Bill.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4069ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Burke's speech, on the motion made for papers relative to the directions for charging the Nabob of Arcot's private debts to Europeans: on the revenues of the Carnatic. February 28th, 1785. With an appendix, containing several documents.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4070ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Maitland's account of inoculating the small poxArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4071ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Maitland's account of inoculating the small pox: vindicated, from Dr. Wagstaffe's misrepresentations of that practice; with some remarks on Mr. Massey's sermon. The second edition. To which is added, his first account of inoculating the small pox.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4072ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on a late state of the nationBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4073ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the cure of William Taylor, the blind boy of Ightham, in Kent; who being born with cataracts in both eyes, was at eight years of age, brought to sight, on the 8th of October, 1751, by Mr. John Taylor, jun. oculist, ... Also some address to the publick, for a contribution towards the foundation of an Hospital for the blind, already begun by some noble personagesOldys, William, 1696-1761.4074ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode for music, as performed at the Theatre in Oxford, on the second of July, 1751: Being the anniversary appointed by the late Lord Crew, Bishop of Durham, for the commemoration of benefactors to the University. By Tho. Warton, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.4075ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode on a distant prospect of Eton CollegeGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4076ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode on the battle of Dettingen: Humbly inscrib'd to the King. By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.4077ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode on the death of Mr. PelhamGarrick, David, 1717-1779.4078ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge, July 1, 1769: installation of His Grace Augustus-Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton, Chancellor of the University. Set to music by Dr. Randal, ...Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4079ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge July 1, 1749: At the installation of His Grace Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle Chancellor of the University. By Mr. Mason ... Set to music by Mr. Boyce.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4080ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode to the genius of scandalSheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4081ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode to the honourable William Pitt: By William Mason, M.A.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4082ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode to the naval officers of Great Britain: Written, immediately after the trial of Admiral Keppel, February the eleventh, 1779. By W. Mason, M.A.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4083ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode upon dedicating a building, and erecting a statue, to Shakespeare, at Stratford upon Avon. By D.GGarrick, David, 1717-1779.4084ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of stage tyrants. An epistle to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. Occasion'd by the Honest Yorkshire-man being rejected at Drury-Lane Play-house, and since acted at other theatres with universal applause. By Mr. CareyCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4085ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of the Patagonians. Formed from the relation of Father Falkener a Jesuit who had resided among them thirty eight years. And from the different voyagers who had met with this tall racePennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4086ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical enquiry into the origin of our ideas of the sublime and beautifulBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4087ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical essay on man: Being an attempt to investigate the principles and laws of the reciprocal influence of the soul on the body. ... [pt.1]Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793.4088ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical essay on man: Being an attempt to investigate the principles and laws of the reciprocal influence of the soul on the body. ... [pt.2]Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793.4089ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A pindarique ode, humbly offer'd to the Queen, on the victorious progress of Her Majesty's arms, under the conduct of the Duke of Marlborough. To which is prefix'd, a discourse on the pindarique ode. By Mr. CongreveCongreve, William, 1670-1729.4090ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Plays and poems: by Miss Hannah Brand.Brand, Hannah, d. 1821.4091ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pleasures of melancholy. A poemWarton, Thomas, 1728-1790.4092ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The plum-cakes; or, the farmer and his three sonsMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4093ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem, sacred to the glorious memory of our late most gracious sovereign lord King George: ... By Richard Savage, ...Savage, Richard, d. 1743.4094ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem upon the death of her late sacred majesty Queen Anne, and the most happy and most auspicious accession of his sacred majesty King George. To the imperial crowns of Great Britain, France and Ireland. ... By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.4095ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.1]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4096ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.2]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4097ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.3]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4098ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.4]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4099ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.5]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4100ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.6]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4101ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems by J. Donaldson, author of The elements of beautyDonaldson, J. (John), 1737-1801.4102ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: By Christopher Smart, ...Smart, Christopher, 1722-1771.4103ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: By Henry Jones.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.4104ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: By N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.4105ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: Written by Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... and published by Mr. Pope.Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.4106ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works of David Garrick, Esq. Now first collected into two volumes. With explanatory notes.: [pt.1]Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4107ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works of David Garrick, Esq. Now first collected into two volumes. With explanatory notes.: [pt.2]Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4108ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Spring. A poem: By Mr. Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.4109ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prophecy of famine. A Scots pastoral: By C. Churchill. Inscribed to John Wilkes, Esq;.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4110ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Night: An epistle to Robert Lloyd. By the author.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4111ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
No one's enemy but his own: A comedy in three acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4112ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Oroonoko: or the royal slave. A tragedy. Altered from Southerne, by Francis Gentleman. ...Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4113ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pasquinade. With notes variorum. Book the firstKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4114ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Passive obedience: or, the Christian doctrine of not resisting the supreme power, proved and vindicated ... In a discourse deliver'd at the College-chapel. By George Berkeley, M.A. Fellow of Trinity-College, Dublin.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4115ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A peep behind the curtain: or, the new rehearsal. As it is now performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4116ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The perplexities: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-GardenHull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4117ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The political tracts and speeches: of Edmund Burke, Esq. Member of Parliament for the city of Bristol.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4118ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pope Alexander's supremacy and infallibility examin'd: and the errors of Scriblerus and his man William detected. With the effigies of His Holiness and his prime minister, curiously engrav'd on copper.Duckett, George, 1684-1732.4119ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A postscript to John Bull: containing the history of the Crown-Inn, with the death of the widow, and what happened thereon.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4120ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Priestcraft distinguish'd from Christianity. Shewing, I. That wicked priests are the real Antichrists mention'd in Scripture.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.4121ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The principles of bridges: containing the mathematical demonstrations of the properties of the arches, the thickness of the piers, the force of the water against them, &c. ... By Cha. Hutton, ...Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.4122ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proceedings in the House of Commons on the slave trade, and state of the negroes in the West India islands. With an appendix. By Philip Francis, EsqFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4123ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prodigal. A dramatic piece. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Hay-Market, December 2, 1793Waldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.4124ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prodigal son; an oratorio: written by Mr. Hull. Set to music by Mr. Arnold.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4125ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A representation to His Majesty, moved in the House of Commons: by the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, and seconded by the Right Honourable William Windham, on Monday, June 14, 1784, and negatived. With a preface and notes.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4126ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A review of Doctor Johnson's new edition of Shakespeare: in which the ignorance, or inattention, of that editor is exposed, ... By W. Kenrick.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4127ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Richard Plantagenet: a legendary tale, now first published, by Mr. Hull.Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4128ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rights of man: first published in the year 1783.Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.4129ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rivals: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4130ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Robin Hood: A new musical entertainment. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The musick compos'd by the Society of the Temple of Apollo.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.4131ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Royal Circus epitomizedDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4132ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The royal garland, a new occasional interlude, in honour of his Danish Majesty: Set to music by Mr. Arnold, and performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4133ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Barataria: or, Sancho turn'd governor, a farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Frederick Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.4134ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The humours of an election: A farce. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by F. Pilon.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.4135ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Know your own mind: a comedy, performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4136ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The orphan of China: a tragedy, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4137ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The travellers in Switzerland: A comic opera, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Mr. Bate Dudley.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4138ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Jason; a tragedy: in five acts. By R. Glover, ...Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4139ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wedding day: a comedy; in two acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4140ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Red-Cross Knights: A play, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. Founded on The robbers of Schiller. By J. G. Holman.Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817.4141ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Knave, or not?: A comedy: in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4142ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Love's frailties: a comedy in five acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4143ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prospect: being the fifth part of Liberty. A poem. By Mr. ThomsonThomson, James, 1700-1748.4144ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pudding and dumpling burnt to pot. Or, a compleat key to the dissertation on dumpling. Wherein all the mystery of that dark treatise is brought to light; in such a manner and method, that the meanest capacity may know who and who's together. Published for the general information of mankind. By J. W. author of 684 treatisesCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4145ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The querist: containing several queries, proposed to the consideration of the public.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4146ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ramah Droog: a comic opera, in three acts. As performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By James Cobb, Esq.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.4147ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons humbly offered by the Company exercising the trade and mystery of upholders: against part of the bill for the better viewing, searching, and examining drugs, medicines, &c.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4148ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons why David Garrick, Esq; should not appear on the stage, in a letter to John Rich, EsqGarrick, David, 1717-1779.4149ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The recruiting serjeant: a musical entertainment as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4150ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reflections critical and satyrical, upon a late rhapsody call'd, An essay upon criticism: By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.4151ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reflections on the Revolution in France: and on the proceedings in certain societies in London relative to that event. In a letter intended to have been sent to a gentleman in Paris. By the Right Honourable Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4152ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rehearsal: or, bays in petticoats: A comedy in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Mrs. Clive. The music composed by Dr. Boyce.Clive, Mrs. (Catherine), 1711-1785.4153ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Religion: or, the libertine repentant: A rhapsody. By George Alexander Stevens.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.4154ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks concerning the encroachments on the river Thames near Durham-yard. ... In two partsSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.4155ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks, critical and illustrative, on the text and notes of the last edition of ShakspeareRitson, Joseph, 1752-1803.4156ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on Mr. Pope's Rape of the lock. In several letters to a friend. With a preface, occasion'd by the late Treatise on the profound, and the Dunciad. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.4157ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on some observations on Dr. Brown's dissertation on poetry and musick. In a letter to the author of the observationsBrown, John, 1715-1766.4158ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the speech of M. Dupont: made in The National Convention of France, on the subjects of religion and public education. By Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4159ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks upon the eighth section of the second volume of Mr. Warton's History of English poetry4160ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The runaway, a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4161ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A school for fathers: A comic opera. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4162ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A school for greybeards: or, the mourning bride: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4163ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for lovers: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By William Whitehead, ...Whitehead, William, 1715-1785.4164ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for wives: A comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.4165ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A Scotsman's remarks on the farce of Love a la mode, scene by scene.Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.4166ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Seduction: a comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4167ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sequel to Common sense: or, the American controversy considered in two points of view hitherto unnoticed. ... By Theophilus Philadelphus.Philadelphos, Theophilos.4168ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached at Chart Sutton, Kent, the third of November, 1782: at the opening of the new church; ... To which are annexed, a list of the subscribers, and an account of the money received by the brief towards rebuilding the said church.Jones, Henry, fl. 1782.4169ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached at the Assizes at Durham July 29th, 1795; ... By William Paley,Paley, William, 1743-1805.4170ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached before the honourable trustees for establishing the colony of Georgia in America, and the associates of the late Rev. Dr. Bray: ... March 16, 1749-50. In the parish church of St. Margaret, Westminster. By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4171ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts: at their anniversary meeting in the parish-church of St Mary-le-Bow, on Friday, February 18. 1731. By George Berkeley, ...Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4172ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sethona: A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.4173ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Seventeen hundred and ninety-one: a poem, in imitation of the thirteenth satire of Juvenal. By Arthur Murphy, Esq.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4174ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
[Shakespeare: an epistle to Mr. Garrick; with an ode to genius.]Lloyd, Robert.4175ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shakespeare's garland: Being a collection of new songs, ballads, roundelays, catches, glees, comic-serenatas, &c. Performed at the jubille [sic] at Sratford [sic] upon Avon. The musick by Dr. Arne, Mr. Barthelimon, Mr. Ailwood, and Mr. Dibdin.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4176ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part IMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4177ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Silvia; or, the country burial. An opera: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn Fields. With the musick prefix'd to each song.Lillo, George, 1693-1739.4178ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Slavery, a poem. By Hannah MoreMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4179ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
St. Patrick's day; or, the scheming lieutenant: A comic opera: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-Alley.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4180ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The stage defended, from Scripture, reason, experience, and the common sense of mankind, for two thousand years. Occasion'd by Mr. Law's late pamphlet against stage-entertainments. In a letter to ****** By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.4181ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The statues: or, the trial of constancy. A tale for the ladiesPilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.4182ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The strangers at home: a comic opera, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.4183ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Stratford jubilee: A new comedy of two acts, as it has been lately exhibited at Stratford upon Avon, with great applause. To which is prefixed Scrub's trip to the jubilee.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4184ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Strictures on the modern system of female education: ... By Hannah More. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4185ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Strictures on the modern system of female education: ... By Hannah More. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4186ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, in thr [sic] debate on the army estimates, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, the 9th day of February, 1790. Comprehending a discussion of the present situation of affairs in FranceBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4187ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Such things are: a play, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4188ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sultan, or a peep into the seraglio: A farce, in two acts. By Isaac Bickerstaffe. Acted at the Theatres Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4189ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. Bear ye one another's burthens: or, the valley of tears: a vision.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4190ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of lifeMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4191ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. The grand assizes: or general goal delivery.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4192ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. The history of the two wealthy farmers; or a new dialogue, between Mr. Bragwell and Mr. Worthy. Part IVMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4193ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. The pilgrims. An allegoryMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4194ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. The servant man turned soldier; or, the fair weather Christian, A parableMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4195ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sunday reading. The strait gate and the broad way, being the second part of the valley of tearsMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4196ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Sunday schoolMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4197ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A supplement to the miscellanies of Thomas ChattertonChatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770.4198ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The songs, choruses, and serious dialogue of the masque called The institution of the garter, or, Arthur's round table restoredGarrick, David, 1717-1779.4199ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs in the comic opera of Tom Thumb the Great. As it is now performing at the Microcosm near Stephen's-StreetO'Hara, Kane, 1714?-1782.4200ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A speech of Edmund Burke, Esq. at the Guildhall, in Bristol: previous to the late election in that city, upon certain points relative to his parliamentary conduct.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4201ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq. on American taxation, April 19, 1774Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4202ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The spleen: or, the offspring of folly. A lyri-comi-tragic tale. In four cantos. ... Dedicated to George Colman, Esq. Author of the spleen, a comic piece, ...Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4203ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tancred and Sigismunda. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. By James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.4204ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tawny Rachel, or, the fortune teller; with some account of dreams, omens and conjurersMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4205ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tears of genius: Occasioned by the death of Dr. Goldsmith. By Courtney Melmoth.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4206ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tears of the muses; in a conference between prince Germanicus, and a male-content partyHill, Aaron, 1685-1750.4207ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tempest. An opera: Taken from Shakespear. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The songs from Shakespeare, Dryden, &c. The music composed by Mr. Smith.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.4208ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The theatres. A poetical dissection. By Sir Nicholas Nipclose, BaronetGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4209ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A third letter to a Member of the present Parliament: on the proposals for peace with the regicide directory of France. By the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4210ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts and details on scarcity: originally presented to the Right Hon. William Pitt, in the month of November, 1795. By the late ... Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4211ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts and sentiments on the evil and wicked traffic of the slavery: and commerce of the human species, humbly submitted to the inhabitants of Great-Britain, by Ottobah Cugoano, ...Cugoano, Ottobah.4212ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts on the cause of the present discontentsBurke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4213ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thoughts on the prospect of a regicide peace: in a series of letters.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4214ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three memorials on French affairs: Written in the years 1791, 1792 and 1793. By the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4215ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The times: A poem. By [blank]Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4216ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Timon of Athens: altered from Shakespear, a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4217ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Verses on Sir Joshua Reynolds's painted window at New-College OxfordWarton, Thomas, 1728-1790.4218ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Verses to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, on the death of the Right Honourable Henry Pelham: By Henry Jones, ...Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.4219ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Verses to the memory of Garrick: Spoken as a monody, at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4220ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Village courtshipCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4221ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of some passages in the fifteenth and sixteenth chapters of the History of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By the author.Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4222ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of the rights of woman: with strictures on political and moral subjects. By Mary Wollstonecraft.Wollstonecraft, Mary, 1759-1797.4223ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The virgin queen, a drama in five acts; attempted as a sequel to Shakespeare's TempestWaldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.4224ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Synopsis of quadrupedsPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4225ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, with the tragedy of Cato. Nov. 1714. To Sir Godfrey Kneller, on his picture of the KingAddison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4226ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Le tocsin! or the address of Citizen Famine!!! to the oppressors of his counry. [sic]Famine, Citizen.4227ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The town. A satire. By W. KenrickKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4228ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The town before you, a comedy: as acted at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4229ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tragedy of the Lady Jane Gray: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By N. Rowe Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.4230ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Translation; a poem: By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4231ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumph of benevolence: occasioned by the national design of erecting a monument to John Howard, Esq.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4232ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumph of Isis: a poem. Occasioned by Isis, an elegy.Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.4233ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Turn the carpet; or, the two weavers: a new song in a dialogue between Dick and John.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4234ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The two gardenersMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.4235ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two letters addressed to a member of the present Parliament: on the proposals for peace with the regicide directory of France. By the Right Hon. Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4236ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two letters from Mr. Burke to gentlemen in the city of Bristol: on the bills depending in parliament relative to the trade of Ireland.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4237ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two letters on the conduct of our domestick parties, with regard to French politicks: including "Observations on the conduct of the minority, in the session of M.DCC.XCIII." By the late Right Hon. Edmund Burke.Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.4238ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two strings to your bow: a farce, in two acts, as now performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, with distinguished applause. By Robert Jephson, Esq.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.4239ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wedding ring: a comic opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4240ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
What a blunder!: A comic opera, in three acts: first performed at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, August 14, 1800. By Joseph George Holman, ...Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817.4241ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
What we must all come to: A comedy in two acts, as it was intended to be acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4242ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Which is the man?: A comedy, as acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden. By Mrs Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4243ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The widow'd wife. A comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By W. Kenrick.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4244ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The widow's vow: A farce, in two acts, as it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Hay-market.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4245ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Winter: A poem. By James Thomson, ...Thomson, James, 1700-1748.4246ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Wit's last stake. A farce: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.King, Thomas, 1730-1805.4247ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A voyage round the world. Containing an account of Captain Dampier's expedition into the South-Seas in the ship St George, in the years 1703 and 1704. ... Together with the author's voyage from Amapalla ... By William Funnell,Funnell, William.4248ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A word to the wise: a comedy. As it was performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane. Written by Hugh Kelly, ...Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.4249ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zenobia: a tragedy: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The orphan of China.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4250ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zimri. An oratorio: Written by Dr. Hawkesworth.Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4251ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zingis. A tragedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Alexander Dow.Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.4252ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sejanus, a tragedy: As it was intended for the stage. With a preface, wherein the manager's reasons for refusing it are set forth. By Mr. Gentleman.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4253ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the great and generous actions of James Butler: (late Duke of Ormond.) Dedicated to the famous University of Oxford.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4254ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A supplement to Hutton's arithmetic: containing the solutions, at full length, of the promiscuous collection of questions proposed in that work. By the authorHutton, Charles, 1737-1823.4255ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elements of conic sections: with select exercises in various branches of mathematics and philosophy. For the use of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. By Charles Hutton, ...Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.4256ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cub, at Newmarket: a taleBoswell, James, 1740-1795.4257ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much more suitable to the occasion than their ownKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4258ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Quaker; a comic opera: As performed at the Theare-Royal [sic] in Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4259ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The young Quaker; a comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Smoke Alley, with great applause.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4260ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sprigs of laurel: a comic opera. In two acts. As performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by John O'Keeffee [sic], ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4261ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lie of a day: a comedy, in three acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By John O'Keeffe, EsqO'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4262ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dead alive: a comic opera: In two acts. As it is performed at the theatres in London and Dublin. By John O'Keeffe, Esq.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4263ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Wild oats: or, the strolling gentlemen. A comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By John O'Keefe, Esq.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4264ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the writings and genius of PopeWarton, Joseph, 1722-1800.4265ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A day in Turkey: or, the Russian slaves. A comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4266ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Oatlands; or the transfer of the laurel. A poem. By John O'KeeffeO'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4267ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The little hunch-back: or, a frolic in Bagdad. A farce. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden, with universal applause. Written by John O'Keeffe. ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4268ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tony Lumpkin in town: a farce. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. By J. Keeffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4269ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The birth-day: or, the Prince of Arragon. A dramatick piece, with songs. In two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. Written by J. O'Keeffe.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4270ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The waterman: or, the first of August: a ballad opera, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4271ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The woodman: a comic opera, in three acts; as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, with universal applause. By Mr. Bate Dudley.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4272ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The flitch of bacon; a comic opera: in two acts: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. By the Rev. Hen. Bate.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4273ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rival candidates: a comic opera in two acts; as it is now performing at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By the Rev. Henry Bate.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4274ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Life's vagaries, a comedy: in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by John O'Keffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4275ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The prisoner at large: a comedy. In two acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market, with universal applause. Written by John O'Keeffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4276ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Midas: an English burletta. As it is performed, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.O'Hara, Kane, 1714?-1782.4277ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new tale of a tub: written for the delight and instruction of every British subject in particular, and all the world in general.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.4278ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pleasures of imagination: A poem. In three books.Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770.4279ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gideon; or, the patriot. An epic poem: in twelve books. Upon a Hebrew plan. In honour of the two chief virtues of a people; intrepidity in foreign war: and spirit of domestic liberty. With miscellaneous notes, and large reflections,Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.4280ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Annette and Lubin: a comic opera, in one act. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent GardenDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4281ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Albina, Countess Raimond: a tragedy, by Mrs. Cowley: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4282ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wrath of man praising God: A sermon preached in the High Church of Edinburgh, May 18th, 1746. before His Grace the Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. By Hugh Blair, ...Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.4283ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An easy way to prolong life: by a little attention to what we eat and drink: containing, a chemical analysis, or, an enquiry into the nature and properties, of all kinds of food; ... Collected from the authorities of some of our ablest physicians. By a medical gentleman.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4284ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Joanna of Montfaucon: a dramatic romance of the fourteenth century: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Formed upon the plan of the German drama of Kotzebue: and adapted to the English stage by Richard Cumberland.Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4285ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The haunted tower: a comic opera in three acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Written by Mr. Cobb.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.4286ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems by Mr. GrayGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4287ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The impartial. An address, without flattery. Being a poet's free thoughts on the situation of our public affairs, anno 1744Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.4288ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Select Scotish ballads.: [pt.1]4289ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Select Scotish ballads.: [pt.2]4290ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice: a satireSmollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.4291ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and adventures of an atom: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Smollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.4292ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and adventures of an atom: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Smollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.4293ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Roderick Random: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Smollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.4294ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Roderick Random: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Smollett, Tobias George, 1721-1771.4295ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dyers news examined as to his Sweddish memorial against the ReviewDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4296ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short view of the present state of the Protestant religion in Britain: as it is now profest in the episcopal church in England, the Presbyterian church in Scotland, and the dissenters in both.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4297ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fifteen comforts of a Scotch-man. Written by Daniel D'Foe in ScotlandDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4298ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Caledonia: &c. A poem in honour of Scotland, and the Scots nation. In three parts.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4299ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The state of the excise after the union, compared with what it is nowDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4300ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the fifth article of the treaty of union, humbly offered to the consideration of the Parliament, relating to foreign shipsDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4301ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Try again: a farce, in two acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4302ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ulysses: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Queen's Theatre in the Hay-Market. By Her Majesty's sworn servants. Written by N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.4303ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The ambitious step-mother: A tragedy. As 'twas acted at the New Theatre in Little-Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By His Majesty's servants. By N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.4304ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new theory of continual fevers: Wherein, besides the appearances of such fevers, and the method of their cure; occasionally, the structure of the glands, ... are mechanically explan'd.Cheyne, George, 1673-1743.4305ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The black art detected and expos'd: or, a demonstration of the hellish impiety, of being, or desiring to be a wizzard, conjurer, or witch. ... In a letter to a country gentleman4306ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tamerlane. A tragedy: As it is acted at the New Theater in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields. By Her Majesty's servants. Written by N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.4307ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech of Richard Brinsley Sheridan: Esq. in the House of Commons of Great Britain, on Thursday, January 31st, 1799, in reply to Mr. Pitt's speech on the union with Ireland.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4308ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to R----- B----- Esq; author of the new comedy called The wishes: now in rehearsal at the Theatre Royal in Drury-LaneCumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4309ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The characters and conduct of Sir John Edgar: and his three deputy-governours. During the adminstration of the late separate ministry. In a third and fourth letter to the Knight. With a picture of Sir John, drawn by a pen, exactly after the life.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.4310ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The way to get married: a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.4311ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zorinski: a play, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.4312ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The farce of the Modern antiques, or the merry mourners. In two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-AlleyO'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4313ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The advantages of peace and commerce: with some remarks on the East-India trade.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4314ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
And what if the Pretender should come?: Or, some considerations of the advantages and real consequences of the Pretender's possessing the crown of Great-Britain.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4315ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to a question that no body thinks of, viz. But what if the Queen should die?Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4316ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief case of the distillers: and of the distilling trade in England, shewing how far it is the interest of England to encourage the said trade, as it is so considerable an advantage to the landed interest, to the trade and navigation, to the publick revenue, and to the employment of the poor. Humbly recommended to the Lords and Commons of Great Britain, in the present Parliament assembled.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4317ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief deduction of the original, progress, and immense greatness of the British woollen manufacture: with an enquiry whether it be not at present in a very declining condition: ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4318ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief state of the inland or home trade, of England: and of the oppressions it suffers, and the dangers which threaten it from the invasion of hawkers, pedlars, and clandestine traders of all sorts. Humbly represented to the present Parliament.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4319ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of the war in Italy stated: being a serious enquiry how far Great-Britain is engaged to concern it self in the quarrel between the Emperor and the King of Spain.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4320ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The chimera: or, the French way of paying national debts, laid open: Being an impartial account of the proceedings in France, for raising a paper credit, and settling the Mississipi stock.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4321ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A commendatory sermon preach'd November the 4th, 1709. Being the birth-day of King William, of glorious memory. By Daniel de FoeDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4322ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Considerations on publick credit. In a letter to a Member of Parliament4323ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Considerations upon the eighth and ninth articles of the treaty of commerce and navigation, now publish'd by authority. With some enquiries into the damages that may accrue to the English trade from themDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4324ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The danger of court differences: or, the unhappy effects of a motley ministry: occasion'd by the report of changes at courtDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4325ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The danger of the Protestant religion consider'd, from the present prospect of a religious war in EuropeDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4326ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dialogue betwixt Whig and Tory. Wherein the principles and practices of each party are fairly and impartially stated;4327ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay at a plain exposition of that difficult phrase a good peace. By the author of the ReviewDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4328ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the history of parties, and persecution in Britain: beginning, with a brief account of the Test-Act, and an historical enquiry into the reasons, the original, and the consequences of the occasional conformity of dissenters. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4329ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon buying and selling of speeches. In a letter to a worshipfull Justice of the Peace, being also a member of a certain worshipfull society of speech-makersDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4330ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon loans: or, an argument proving that substantial funds settled by Parliament, ... will bring in loans of money to the Exchequer, in spight of all the conspiracies of parties to the contrary; ... By the author of the Essay upon credit.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4331ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fair payment no spunge: or, some considerations on the unreasonableness of refusing to receive back money lent on publick securities. And the necessity of setting the nation free from the insupportable burthen of debt and taxes.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4332ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of Count Tariff, &cDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4333ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The secret history of the secret history of the White Staff, Purse and Mitre. Written by a person of honourPerson of honour.4334ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some considerations on the reasonableness and necessity of encreasing and encouraging the seamen. Founded on the gracious expressions, in their favour, contained in His Majesty's speech from the throne.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4335ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A true account of the design, and advantages of the South-Sea trade: with answers to all the objections rais'd against it.4336ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The validity of the renunciations of former powers, enquired into, and the present renuncniation of the Duke of Anjou, impartially considered. With a preface, relating to the guarantee for the Protestant successionDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4337ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
What if the Swedes should come?: With some thoughts about keeping the army on foot, whether they come or not.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4338ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The spoil'd child: in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-Alley.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4339ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The magic picture, a play: Altered from Massinger. By the Rev. H. Bate.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4340ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Animal magnetism, a farce: in three acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-garden,.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4341ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An attempt towards an apology for his R---- H------ the D----Bentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.4342ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the connection between the present price of provisions, and the size of farms. With remarks on population as affected thereby. ... By a farmerArbuthnot, John, of Mitcham.4343ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Romances, by I. D'IsraeliDisraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4344ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The family picture; or, domestic dialogues on amiable and interesting subjects; ... By Thomas Holcroft,: [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4345ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The family picture; or, domestic dialogues on amiable and interesting subjects; ... By Thomas Holcroft,: [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4346ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4347ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4348ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4349ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The present state of the war, and the necessity of an augmentation, consider'dAddison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4350ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Briton: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Philips.Philips, Ambrose, 1674-1749.4351ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dragon of Wantley: A burlesque opera. The musick by Mr. John Frederick Lampe, and performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Moderniz'd from the old ballad after the Italian manner, by Sig. Carini.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4352ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Margery: or, a worse plague than the dragon: a burlesque opera. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Altered from the original Italian of Signor Carini. Set to musick by Mr. John-Frederick Lampe.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4353ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tragedy of Chrononhotonthologos: being the most tragical tragedy, that ever was tragediz'd by any company of tragedians. Written by Benjamin Bounce, Esq;.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.4354ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay of health and long life: By George Cheyne, ...Cheyne, George, 1673-1743.4355ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fair Circassian. A tragedy: As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, by the author of Sympathy, a poem.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4356ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The so much talk'd of and expected old woman's Dunciad: Or, midwife's master-piece ... By Mary Midnight. With historical, critical, and explanatory notes, by Margelina Scribelinda Macularia.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4357ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.1]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4358ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.2]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4359ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.3]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4360ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.4]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4361ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.5]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4362ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.6]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4363ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clarissa: Or, the history of a young lady: comprehending the most important concerns of private life. ... Published by the editor of Pamela. ... [pt.7]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4364ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters and passages restored from the original manuscripts of the history of Clarissa. To which is subjoined, a collection of such of the moral and instructive sentiments, ... as are presumed to be of general use ... Published for the sake of doing justice to the purchasers of the two first editions of that work: [pt.8]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4365ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of the moral and instructive sentiments, maxims, cautions, and reflexions, contained in the histories of Pamela, Clarissa, and Sir Charles Grandison.Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4366ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The double disappointment: or, the fortune hunters. A comedy in two acts written by a gentleman.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.4367ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
April-day, a burletta, in three acts. Written by the author of Midas. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. The music composed by Dr. ArnoldO'Hara, Kane, 1714?-1782.4368ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The duenna: a comic opera. In three acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden: with universal applause. By R. B. Sheridan, EsqSheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4369ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Invisibles, realities: demonstrated in the holy life and triumphant death of Mr. John Janeway, ... By James Janeway, ...Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.4370ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Curious particulars and genuine anecdotes respecting the late Lord Chesterfield and David Hume, Esq. With a parallel between these celebrated personages. ... To which is added, a short vindication of the Christian cause and character, occasioned by a recent reflection thrown upon them, by the author of the Apology for the life and writings of David Hume. By a friend to religious and civil libertyFriend to Religious and Civil Liberty.4371ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The she gallant: or, square-toes outwitted: A new comedy of two acts. As now performing, with great applause, at the Theatre in Smock-Alley, Dublin.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4372ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the state of learning in the empire of Lilliput: Together with the history and character of Bullum the Emperor's Library-Keeper. Faithfully transcribed out of Captain Lemuel Gulliver's General description of the empire of Lilliput, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4373ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.1]Homer.4374ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.2]Homer.4375ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.3]Homer.4376ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.4]Homer.4377ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.5]Homer.4378ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.6]Homer.4379ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sins of government, sins of the nation: or, a discourse for the fast, appointed on April 19, 1793. By a volunteer. [pt.1]Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.4380ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of religion: particularly of the principal denominations of Christians, ... Containing a succinct and genuine account of their original and present constitution, discipline, doctrines, worship, and ceremonies: ... By an impartial hand. [pt.1]Murray, James, 1732-1782.4381ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of religion: particularly of the principal denominations of Christians, ... Containing a succinct and genuine account of their original and present constitution, discipline, doctrines, worship, and ceremonies: ... By an impartial hand. [pt.4]Murray, James, 1732-1782.4382ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Charles and Charlotte: In two volumes. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4383ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Charles and Charlotte: In two volumes. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4384ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Heaven upon earth: or, the best friend, in the worst times. Being a legacy to London. By James Janeway.Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.4385ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An English accidence: or, abstract of grammar; for the use of those who, without making grammar a study, wish to speak and write correctly. With rules for reading prose and verse. By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4386ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A general history of quadrupeds: The figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick.Beilby, Ralph, 1743-1817.4387ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the causes of the frequent executions at Tyburn: and a proposal for some regulations concerning felons in prison, and the good effects to be expected from them. ... By B. Mandeville, M.DMandeville, Bernard, 1670-1733.4388ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tract on the law of nature, and principles of action in man: By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.4389ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano: or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by himself. [pt.1]Equiano, Olaudah, b. 1745.4390ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The interesting narrative of the life of Olaudah Equiano: or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by himself. [pt.2]Equiano, Olaudah, b. 1745.4391ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Chains of slavery: A work wherein the clandestine and villianous attempts of princes to ruin liberty are pointed out, ...Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793.4392ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Richard Coeur de Lion: A comic opera, as performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Taken from a French comedy of the same name, written by Monsieur Sedaine; by Leonard Macnally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4393ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A journey made in the summer of 1794, through Holland and the western frontier of Germany: with a return down the Rhine: to which are added Observations during a tour to the lakes of Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. By Ann Radcliffe.Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4394ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mysteries of Udolpho: a romance; interspersed with some pieces of poetry. By Ann Radcliffe, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4395ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mysteries of Udolpho: a romance; interspersed with some pieces of poetry. By Ann Radcliffe, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4396ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Italian: or the confessional of the black penitents. A romance. By Ann Radcliffe, ... In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4397ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The ladies elegant jester, or fun for the female sex; being a chaste and delicate selection of good things, ... together with many originals, by Ann Sophia RadcliffeRadcliffe, Ann Sophia.4398ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A Sicilian romance: By the authoress of the castles of Athlin and Dunbayne. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4399ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A Sicilian romance: By the authoress of the castles of Athlin and Dunbayne. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Radcliffe, Ann Ward, 1764-1823.4400ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the usefulness of mathematical learning: in a letter from a gentleman in the city to his friend in Oxford.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4401ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lines written in the album, at Cossey-Hall, Norfolk, the seat of Sir William Jerningham, Bart. August 4th, 1786Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4402ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sir Eldred of the bower: and the bleeding rock: two legendary tales. By Miss Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4403ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anecdotes of painting in England: with some account of the principal artists; and incidental notes on other arts; collected by the late Mr. George Vertue; and now digested and published from his original MSS. by Mr. Horace Walpole. The second edition. ... [pt.2]Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.4404ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anecdotes of painting in England: with some account of the principal artists; and incidental notes on other arts; collected by the late Mr. George Vertue; and now digested and published from his original MSS. by Mr. Horace Walpole. The second edition. ... [pt.3]Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.4405ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castle of Otranto: a story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. from the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, ...Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.4406ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A journey through the Crimea to Constantinople: In a series of letters from the Right Honourable Elizabeth Lady Craven, to his serene Highness the Margrave of Brandebourg, Anspach, and Bareith. Written in the year MDCCLXXXVI.Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.4407ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A description of the city, college, and cathedral of Winchester: ... The whole illustrated with several curious ... particulars, collected from a manuscript of Anthony Wood, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.4408ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Doctor Last in his chariot: a comedy: as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4409ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise on practical seamanship: ... By William Hutchinson, mariner, and dock master, at Liverpool.Hutchinson, William, 1715-1801.4410ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The captive: a comic opera; as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4411ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D: comprehending an account of his studies and numerous works, ... In two volumes. By James Boswell, Esq. ... [pt.1]Boswell, James, 1740-1795.4412ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D: comprehending an account of his studies and numerous works, ... In two volumes. By James Boswell, Esq. ... [pt.2]Boswell, James, 1740-1795.4413ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the Right Honourable William Windham, on the intemperance and dangerous tendency of his public conduct. By Thomas HolcroftHolcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4414ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the origin and formation of fossil-shells, &c: Wherein is proposed a way to reconcile the two different opinions, of those who affirm them to be the exuviæ of real animals, and those who fancy them to be lusus naturæ.4415ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the justice of GodHazlitt, William, 1737-1820.4416ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of the torments of Hell: the foundation and pillars thereof discovered, searched, shaken, and removed. ...Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658.4417ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Lady Julia Mandeville: In two volumes. By the translator of Lady Catesby's letters. [pt.1]Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.4418ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Lady Julia Mandeville: In two volumes. By the translator of Lady Catesby's letters. [pt.2]Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.4419ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The chaplet: A musical entertainment. As it is perform'd by His Majesty's company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.4420ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.1]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.4421ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.2]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.4422ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Earl of Warwick, a tragedy: as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4423ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the South-Sea trade: With an enquiry into the grounds and reasons of the present dislike and complaint against the settlement of a South-Sea company. By the author of the Review.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4424ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A further search into the conduct of the allies: and the late ministry, as to peace and war. Containing also a reply to the several letters and memorials of the States-General. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4425ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the treaty of commerce with France: with necessary expositions.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4426ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A view of the real dangers of the succession: from the peace with France: being a sober enquiry into the securities proposed in the articles of peace, and whether they are such as the nation ought to be satisfy'd with or no.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4427ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Extracts from several Mercators; being considerations on the state of the British tradeDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4428ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief survey of the legal liberties of the dissenters: and how far the bill now depending consists with preserving the toleration inviolably: wherein the present bill is published; and also the Toleration Act at large, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4429ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice to the people of Great Britain: with respect to two important points of their future conduct. I. What they ought to expect from the King. II. How they ought to behave to him.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4430ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the proceedings against the rebels, and other prisoners, tried before the Lord Chief Justice Jefferies: and other judges in the west of England, in 1685. for taking arms under the Duke of Monmouth. ... To which is prefix'd, the Duke of Monmouth's, the Earl of Argyle's, and the Pretender's declarations, that the reader may the better judge of the cause of the several rebellions.4431ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shepherds lottery. A musical entertainment: As it is perform'd by His Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.Mendez, Moses, d. 1758.4432ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Highland reel: a comic opera. In three acts. As it is performed at the Theatres-Royal in London and Dublin. By John O'Keeffe, Esq.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4433ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poor soldier: a comic opera. In two acts. With all the original songs. Written by John O'Keefe, Esq; ... As acted at the Theatre-Royal, Covent Garden.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4434ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical account of the bitter sufferings, and melancholly circumstances of the episcopal church in Scotland: under the barbarous usage and bloody persecution of the presbyterian church government. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4435ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice to all parties: By the author of The true-born English-man.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4436ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The double welcome. A poem to the Duke of Marlbro'Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4437ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached in the parish church of Boldre in Hampshire, at the funeral of William Baker, May 18, 1791. To which is added a short account of his life. By William Gilpin,Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4438ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Dr. George Abbot, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, reprinted with some additions and corrections from the Biographia Britannica; with his character, ... a description of the hospital, which he erected and endowed ... To which are added the lives of his two brothers, Dr. Robert Abbot, ... and Sir Morris Abbot,Oldys, William, 1696-1761.4439ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays on the following subjects: I. On the reality and evidence of miracles, ... Written some years since, ... By an obscure layman in town:Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.4440ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Conscience: an ethical essay. By the Reverend J. BrandBrand, John, d. 1808.4441ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of ****: Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. ...Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.4442ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fashionable levities, a comedy: In five acts. By Leonard Macnally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4443ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
On illicit love. Written among the ruins of Godstow nunnery, near Oxford. By John Brand,Brand, John, 1744-1806.4444ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sophia: By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4445ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sophia: By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4446ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The story of Lady Juliana Harley: A novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4447ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The story of Lady Juliana Harley: A novel. In letters. By Mrs. Griffith. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4448ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4449ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4450ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4451ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4452ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4453ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4454ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Principles of equityKames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4455ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Historical law-tracts.: [pt.1]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4456ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Historical law-tracts.: [pt.2]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4457ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A bold stroke for a husband: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4458ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
More ways than one: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4459ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The apotheosis of Punch; a satirical masque: with a monody on the death of the late Master Punch. As now performing at the Patagonian Theatre, Exeter- 'Change, with universal applauseMacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4460ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tristram Shandy: a sentimental, Shandean bagatelle, in two acts. By the author of Retaliation.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4461ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Robin Hood; or, Sherwood Forest: a comic opera: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Leonard Mac Nally, Esq.MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4462ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life, death, and renovation of Tom Thumb; a legendary burletta, in one act, as it is performed at the Royal CircusDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4463ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon, occasioned by the death of His late Majesty: Preached on the ninth of November. In the morning at Queen-Street chapel, and in the afternoon at St. Paul's, Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Thomas Francklin. ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4464ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cupid's revenge: an Arcadian pastoral: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. The music by Mr. Hook.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4465ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The macaroni. A comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in York.Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.4466ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The court of Alexander: An opera, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.4467ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The French flogged, or, the British sailors in America, a farce of two acts, as it was performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-GardenStevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.4468ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of Sir Isaac Newton's principles of fluxions: against the objections contained in The analyst. By J. Walton.Walton, Jacob, d. 1743.4469ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new test of the Church of England's loyalty: or, Whiggish loyalty and church loyalty compar'd.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4470ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The free-holders plea against stock-jobbing elections of Parliament menDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4471ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays upon several projects: or, effectual ways for advancing the interest of the nation.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4472ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lover's treat: or, unnatural hatred: Being a true narrative ... Written by Mrs. Charke, ...Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.4473ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) ... written by herself.Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.4474ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays addressed to young married womenGriffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4475ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4476ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4477ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.1]Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.4478ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.2]Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.4479ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dialogue upon the gardens of the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Cobham, at Stow in BuckinghamshireGilpin, William, 1724-1804.4480ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's full answer in a letter to P.T.P. By the author of The minute philosopherBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.4481ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appendix in answer to the Reasons for not replying to Mr. Walton's full answerWalton, Jacob, d. 1743.4482ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Practical husbandry: or, the art of farming, with a certainty of gain: as practised by judicious farmers in this country. ... By Dr. John Trusler, ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4483ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Modern anecdote of the ancient family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns: a tale for Christmas 1779. Dedicated to ... Horace Walpole,Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.4484ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The coquette; or, the mistakes of the heart: a comedy. As performed at the Theatres-Royal in York and HullHitchcock, Robert, d. 1809.4485ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The desert island: a dramatic poem, in three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4486ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The catechism of the author of The minute philosopher fully answer'd: By J. Walton.Walton, Jacob, d. 1743.4487ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mercer, or fatal extravagance: being a true narrative of the life of Mr. Wm. Dennis. Mercer, in Cheapside, London. ... Written by Mrs. Charke,Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760.4488ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The conduct of Christians made the sport of infidels: In a letter from a Turkish merchant at Amsterdam to the Grand Mufti at Constantinople: ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4489ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A declaration of truth to Benjamin Hoadly: one of the high priests of the land, and of the degree whom men call bishops. By a ministring friend, who writ to Tho. Bradbury, a dealer in many words.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4490ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of some transactions during the late ministry of Robert E. of OxfordDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4491ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A curious little oration, deliver'd by Father Andrew: concerning the present great quarrels that divide the clergy of France. Translated from the fourth edition of the French, by Dan. De F-e.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4492ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The modish wife, a comedy: performed with uninfluenced applause at the Theatre-Royal, Haymarket. To which is prefixed a summary view of the stage, as it has been, is, and ought to be. With biographical anecdotes of Messrs. Mossop, Dexter, Derrick, and the author, ...Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4493ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of Thomas Spence: bookseller, the corner of Chancery-Lane, London; who was committed to Clerkenwell prison, on Monday the 10th of December, 1792, for selling the second part of Paine's Rights of man: and a bill of indictment found against him. To which is added an extract of a letter from His Grace the Duke of Richmond, to the chairman of the committee of the county of Sussex, convened at Lewis, January 18, 1783, ...Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.4494ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The rights of infants; or, the imprescriptable right of mothers to such a share of the elements as is sufficient to enable them to suckle and bring up their young in a dialogue between the aristocracy and a mother of children. To which are added, by way of preface and appendix, strictures on Paine's Agrarian justice. By T. Spence,Spence, Thomas, 1750-1814.4495ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached in the chapel of the Asylum for Female Orphans: at the anniversary meeting of the guardians, on Monday the sixteenth of May, 1768. ... By the Revd. Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4496ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached at the chapel in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, on Sunday, March 20, 1774: for the benefit of unfortunate persons confined for small debts. ... By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4497ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A farther argument against ennobling foreigners, in answer to the two parts of the State anatomy: with a short account of the anatomizer4498ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The anatomy of Exchange-Alley: or, a system of stock-jobbing. Proving that scandalous trade, as it is now carry'd on, to be knavish in its private practice, and treason in its publick: ... By a jobber.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4499ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case fairly stated between the Turky Company and the Italian merchants: By a merchant.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4500ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the life and adventures of Mr. Duncan Campbell: a gentleman, who, tho' deaf and dumb, writes down any stranger's name at first sight; with their future contingencies of fortune. ...Bond, William, d. 1735.4501ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Genuine memoirs of Mr. Charles Churchill: With an account of, and observations on his writings: together with some original letters that passed between him and the author.4502ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Julia, a novel; interspersed with some poetical pieces. By Helen Maria Williams. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.4503ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Julia, a novel; interspersed with some poetical pieces. By Helen Maria Williams. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.4504ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some papers relating to the general draining of marsh-land in the county of Norfolk: With Mr. Berner's objections and proposals. ... By Peter Bateson.Bateson, Peter.4505ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fortunes and misfortunes of the famous Moll Flanders, &c. Who was born in Newgate, ... Written from her own memorandumsDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4506ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Augusta triumphans: or, the way to make London the most flourishing city in the universe. First, by establishing an university ... Concluding with an effectual method to prevent street robberies; and a letter to Coll. Robinson, on account of the orphan's tax.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4507ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A system of magick; or, a history of the black art: Being an historical account of mankind's most early dealing with the Devil; and how the acquaintance on both sides first begun.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4508ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The evident approach of a war: and something of the necessity of it, in order to establish peace, and preserve trade. To which is added, an exact plan and description of the bay and city of Gibraltar.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4509ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The great law of subordination consider'd: or, the insolence and unsufferable behaviour of servants in England duly enquir'd into. ... In ten familiar letters. ... As also a proposal, containing such heads or constitutions, as wou'd effectually answer this great end, and bring servants of every class to a just ... regulation.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4510ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion: In two parts.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4511ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.1]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4512ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.2]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4513ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.3]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4514ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.4]Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4515ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Homer's Battle of the frogs and mice. With the remarks of Zoilus. To which is prefix'd, the life of the said Zoilus4516ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France: from the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the scenes which have passed in the prisons of Paris. By Helen Maria Williams. ... [pt.1]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.4517ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters containing a sketch of the politics of France: from the thirty-first of May 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July 1794, and of the scenes which have passed in the prisons of Paris. By Helen Maria Williams. ... [pt.2]Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.4518ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Every-body's business, is no-body's business: or, private abuses, publick grievances: exemplified in the pride, insolence, and exorbitant wages of our women-servants, footmen, &c. With a proposal for amendment of the same; ... By Andrew Moreton, Esq;.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4519ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4520ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4521ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Life; or, the adventures of William Ramble, Esq. With three frontispieces, designed by Ibbetson, ... and two new and beautiful songs, with the music by Pleyel and Sterkel. By the author of Modern times; or, the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. In three volumes.: [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4522ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An appeal to honour and justice: tho' it be of his worst enemies. By Daniel De Foe. Being a true account of his conduct in publick affairs.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4523ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the history and reality of apparitions: Being an account of what they are, and what they are not; whence they come, and whence they come not. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4524ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon publick credit: being an enquiry how the publick credit comes to depend upon the change of the ministry, or the dissolutions of Parliaments; and whether it does so or no. ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4525ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hannibal at the gates: or, the progress of Jacobitism. With the present danger of the Pretender.4526ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.1]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4527ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.2]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4528ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.3]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4529ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour thro' the whole island of Great Britain: Divided into circuits or journeys. Giving a particular and entertaining account of whatever is curious, and worth observation; ... By a gentleman. ... [pt.4]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4530ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The grounds of criticism in poetry, contain'd in some new discoveries never made before, requisite for the writing and judging of poems surely. Being a preliminary to a larger work design'd to be publish'd in folio, and entituled, A criticism upon our most celebrated English poets deceas'd. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.4531ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the genius and writings of Shakespear: with some letters of criticism to The spectator. By Mr. DennisDennis, John, 1657-1734.4532ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy wrote in a country church yardGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4533ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4534ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4535ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Lady Barton: a novel, in letters, by Mrs. Griffith. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.4536ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Tom Fool: [pt.2]Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.4537ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fairy favour. A masqueHull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4538ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ye true-born Englishmen proceed: Our trifling crimes detect, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4539ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The harlot's progress; or, the ridotto al'fresco: a grotesque pantomime entertainment. As it is perform'd by his Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Compos'd by Mr. Theophilus Cibber, ... The songs made (to old ballad tunes) by a friend.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.4540ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of Mrs. Clive submitted to the publickClive, Mrs. (Catherine), 1711-1785.4541ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The female Quixote: or, the adventures of Arabella. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4542ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The female Quixote: or, the adventures of Arabella. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4543ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.1]Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.4544ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.2]Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.4545ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An ode to tragedy. By a gentleman of ScotlandBoswell, James, 1740-1795.4546ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of the writings of the author of The true-born English-man.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4547ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay at removing national prejudices against a Union with Scotland. To be continued during the treaty here. Part IDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4548ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay, at removing national prejudices, against a Union with England. Part III. By the author of the two firstDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4549ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A fifth essay, at removing national prejudices; with a reply to some authors, who have printed their objections against an Union with EnglandDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4550ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two great questions considered: I. What is the obligation of Parliaments to the addresses or petitions of the people, ... II. Whether the obligation of the Covenant or other national engagements, is concern'd in the Treaty of Union? Being a sixth essay at removing national prejudices against the Union.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4551ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A true relation of the apparition of one Mrs. Veal: the next day after her death: to one Mrs. Bargrave at Canterbury. The 8th of September, 1705.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4552ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The experiment: or, the shortest way with the Dissenters exemplified. Being the case of Mr. Abraham Gill, a dissenting minister in the Isle of Ely, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4553ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The family instructor: in three parts; I. Relating to fathers and children. II. To masters and servants. III. To husbands and wives. [pt.1]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4554ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The family instructor: In two parts. I. Relating to family breaches, and their obstructing religious duties. II. To the great mistake of mixing the passions, in the managing and correcting of children. ... Vol.II. [pt.2]Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4555ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shortest-way with the dissenters: or proposals for the establishment of the church.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4556ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Protestant monastery: or, a complaint against the brutality of the present age. Particularly the pertness and insolence of our youth to aged persons. ... Concluding with a proposal for erecting a Protestant monastery, where persons of small fortunes may end their days in plenty, ease, and credit, ... By Andrew Moreton, ...Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4557ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The voyages, dangerous adventures and imminent escapes: of Captain Richard Falconer: containing the laws, customs, and manners of the Indians in America; ... Intermix'd with the voyages and adventures of Thomas Randal, of Cork, pilot; ... Written by himself, now alive.Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.4558ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Every one has his fault: a comedy, in five acts, as it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Inchbald.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4559ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The London hermit: or rambles in Dorsetshire, a comedy, in three acts, as performed with universal applause at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, written by John O'Keeffe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4560ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Irish mimic: or blunders at Brighton: a musical entertainment in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. With universal applause. Written by John O'Keeffe.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4561ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Patie and Peggy: or, the fair foundling. A Scotch ballad opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. With the musick prefix'd to each song.Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.4562ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henrietta: By the author of The female Quixote. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4563ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henrietta: By the author of The female Quixote. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4564ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.4565ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.4566ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dissenters in England vindicated from some reflections in a late pamphlet, entituled, Lawful prejudices, &cDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4567ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life and strange surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe: of York, mariner: who lived eight and twenty years, all alone in an un-inhabited island on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque; ... Written by himself.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4568ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The world in a village: a comedy, in five acts, as performed with universal applause at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by John O'Keefe, ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.4569ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An apology for the life of Mr. T......... C....., comedian: Being a proper sequel to the Apology for the life of Mr. Colley Cibber, ... Supposed to be written by himself. ...4570ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The true-born Englishman: a satyr, answer'd, paragraph by paragraph.Pittis, William, 1674-1724.4571ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Princess of Zanfara: a dramatic poem.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4572ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The seditious insects: or, the levellers assembled in convocation. A poem4573ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.1]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.4574ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.2]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.4575ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.3]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.4576ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Celestina: A novel. In four volumes. By Charlotte Smith. ... [pt.4]Smith, Charlotte Turner, 1749-1806.4577ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4578ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4579ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Euphemia. By Mrs. Charlotte Lennox. In four volumes.: [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.4580ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the life of John Philip Barretier: who was master of five languages at the age of nine years. Compiled from his father's letters, &c.Baratier, François, 1682-1751.4581ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters written to and for particular friends: on the most important occasions. Directing not only the requisite style and forms to be observed in writing familiar letters; but how to think and act justly and prudently, in the common concerns of human life. ...Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4582ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Amabella, a poemJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4583ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey: By the author of The nun.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4584ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Yarico to Inkle: an epistle. By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4585ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The deserter: a poemJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4586ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lines on a late resignation at the Royal AcademyJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4587ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on various subjects: Viz. The nunnery, The magdalens, The nun, Ruins of an abbey, Yarico to Inkle, Il latte, fugitive pieces. By Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4588ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Congreve's last will and testament: with characters of his writings. By Mr. Dryden, Sir Richard Blackmore, Mr. Addison and Major Pack. To which are added, two pieces, viz. I. Of rightly improving the present time. ... II. The game of quadrille. An allegory.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.4589ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4590ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4591ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4592ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An heroic postscript to the public: occasioned by their favourable reception of a late heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt. &c. By the author of that epistle.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4593ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Magdalens: an elegy: By the author of The nunnery.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4594ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on several parts of Italy, &c. in the years 1701, 1702, 1703Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4595ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The evidences of the Christian religion: by the Right Honorable Joseph Addison, Esq; To which are added, several discourses against atheism and infidelity, ... occasionally published by him and others: ... With a preface, containing the sentiments of Mr. Boyle, Mr. Lock, and Sir Isaac Newton, concerning the gospel-revelation.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4596ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the character of Hamlet: As performed by Mr. Henderson, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.4597ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The chase: a pastoral drama of two acts4598ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The nun: an elegy: By the author of the Magdalens.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4599ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Rosciad: By C. Churchill.Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4600ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Il latte. An elegyJerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4601ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two poems: viz. I. On the deluge, paradise, the burning of the world, and of the new heavens and new earth. An ode to. Dr. Burnett. II. In praise of physic and poetry. An ode to Dr. Hannes. Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4602ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Editha. A tragedy: By Hugh Downman, M.D.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.4603ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lucius Junius Brutus: or, the expulsion of the Tarquins: an historical play. By Hugh Downman.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.4604ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry and Emma, a new poetical interlude: altered from Prior's Nut brown maid, with additions and a new air and chorus, (the music by Dr. Arne.) As performed on ... April 13, 1774, at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden ...Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4605ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The maid of Kent. A comedy: acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-LaneWaldron, F. G. (Francis Godolphin), 1744-1818.4606ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice to the Tories who have taken the oathsBerkeley, George, 1685-1753.4607ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Discourses on scripture mysteries: preached at St. Mary's, Oxford, before the University, in the year 1787; ... By William Hawkins, ...Hawkins, William, 1722-1801.4608ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Designs by Mr. R. Bentley, for six poems by Mr. T. GrayGray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4609ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the history of civil society: By Adam Ferguson, ...Ferguson, Adam, 1723-1816.4610ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works of John HawkesworthHawkesworth, John, fl. 1782-1778.4611ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Village politics: Addressed to all the mechanics, journeymen, and day labourers, in Great Britain. By Will Chip, a country carpenter.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4612ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour through Sweden, Swedish-Lapland, Finland and Denmark: In a series of letters, illustrated with engravings. By Matthew Consett, Esq.Consett, Matthew.4613ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for printing a very curious discourse: in two volumes in quarto, intitled, Pseudologia politikē; or, a treatise of the art of political lying, with an abstract of the first volume of the said treatise.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4614ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A genuine narrative of the memorable life and actions of John Dyer, (who was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 21st day of November, 1729.) containing, a particular relation of all the notorious and surprising facts by him committed ... Wrote by himself, when under condemnation in Newgate,Dyer, John, d. 1729.4615ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Peace, ignominy, and destruction: a poem. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4616ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the Earl of Warwick, sirnam'd the King-maker: containing his amours, and other memorable transactions. By the author of the Memoirs of the English court.Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.4617ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dangers incidental to the clerical character: stated, in a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, at Great St. Mary's Church, on Sunday July 5th, being commencement Sunday, by William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.4618ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of impotency as debated in England: in that remarkable tryal an. 1613. between Robert, Earl of Essex, and the Lady Frances Howard, who, after eight years marriage, commenc'd a suit against him for impotency. ... Written by George Abbot, ... In two volumes. [pt.1]Abbot, George, 1562-1633.4619ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation on antient tragedyFrancklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4620ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life and adventures of Ambrose Gwinett: well known to the public, as the lame beggar-man, ...Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4621ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.1]Paley, William, 1743-1805.4622ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.2]Paley, William, 1743-1805.4623ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons for contentment: addressed to the labouring part of the British public. By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.4624ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.4625ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A third discourse on the miracles of our Saviour, in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston,Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.4626ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A fourth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Thomas Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.4627ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A fifth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. The second edition. By Tho. Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.4628ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sixth discourse on the miracles of our Saviour: in view of the present controversy between infidels and apostates. By Tho. Woolston, ...Woolston, Thomas, 1670-1733.4629ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Vaurien: or, sketches of the times: exhibiting views of the philosophies, religions, politics, literature, and manners of the age. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4630ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Madrigal and Trulletta. A mock-tragedy: Acted (under the direction of Mr. Cibber) at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. With notes by the author, and Dr. Humbug, ... By J. Reed.Reed, Joseph, 1723-1787.4631ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The apprentice: A farce, in two acts, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4632ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three dialogues between Hylas and Philonous: The design of which is plainly to demonstrate the reality and perfection of humane knowlege, the incorporeal nature of the soul, and the immediate providence of a deity: in opposition to sceptics and atheists. Also, to open a method for rendering the sciences more easy, useful, and compendious. By George Berkeley, ...Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4633ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise concerning the principles of human knowlege: Part I. Wherein the chief causes of error and difficulty in the sciences, with the grounds of scepticism, atheism, and irreligion, are inquir'd into. By George Berkeley, ...Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4634ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A caution against socinianism given in a discourse: preached at the cathedral and metropolitical church of Christ, Canterbury; on Good Friday, 1787. ... By George Berkeley. ...Berkeley, George, 1733-1795.4635ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay towards a new theory of vision. By George Berkeley,Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4636ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to Mr. David Hume, on the tragedy of Douglas: its analysis: and the charge against Mr. Garrick. By an English critic.Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773.4637ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Literary memoirs of living authors of Great Britain: arranged according to an alphabetical catalogue ... and including a list of their works, with occasional opinions upon their literary character. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Rivers, David.4638ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.1]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4639ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.2]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4640ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.3]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4641ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.4]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4642ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.5]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4643ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire: By Edward Gibbon, Esq; ... [pt.6]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4644ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on regimen: Together with five discourses, medical, moral, and philosophical: serving to illustrate the principles and theory of philosophical medicin, ... By Geo. Cheyne, ...Cheyne, George, 1673-1743.4645ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the life of Thomas Ellwood: Or, an account of his birth, education, &c. with divers observations on his life and manners when a youth: ... Also several other remarkable passages and occurrences. Written by his own hand. To which is added, a supplement by J. W.Ellwood, Thomas, 1639-1713.4646ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The minute mathematician: or, the free-thinker no just-thinker. Set forth in a second letter to the author of The analyst; containing a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, ... By Philalethes CantabrigiensisJurin, James, 1684-1750.4647ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Geometry no friend to infidelity: or, a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, in a letter to the author of The analyst. ... By Philalethes CantabrigiensisJurin, James, 1684-1750.4648ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A week at a cottage a pastoral taleHutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4649ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Critical observations on the sixth book of the ÆneidGibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4650ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the study of literature: Written originally in French, by Edward Gibbon, Jun. Esq; Now first translated into English.Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4651ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellaneous works: of Edward Gibbon, Esquire. With memoirs of his life and writings, composed by himself: illustrated from his letters, with occasional notes and narrative, by John Lord Sheffield. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Gibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4652ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mémoire justificatif pour servir de réponse à l'exposé, &c de la cour de FranceGibbon, Edward, 1737-1794.4653ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Horæ Paulinæ: or the truth of the scripture history of St. Paul evinced, ... By William Paley, ...Paley, William, 1743-1805.4654ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode to Mr. Wright of Derby. By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.4655ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elegy on the death of His Grace the Duke of Rutland. By Dr. DelapDelap, J. (John), 1725-1812.4656ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cibber and Sheridan: or, the Dublin miscellany. Containing all the advertisements, letters, ... Lately publish'd, on account of the theatric squabble. To which are added, several prologues and epilogues, spoke at the theatre in Smock Alley, ... by Mr. Cibber, ... Also two songs by Mr. Worsdale,Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.4657ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems; ludicrous, satirical and moralKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4658ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on Soame Jenyns's View of the internal evidence of the Christian religion; addressed to its almost-Christian author. By W. Kenrick, LL.DKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4659ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations, civil and canonical, on the marriage contract, as entered into conformably to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. By W. Kenrick, LL.DKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4660ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An affectionate address to passionate professors: shewing the blessedness of a meek and quiet spirit: the evil of giving way to bad tempers and sinful passions: and pointing out some remedies for subduing them. By W. MasonMason, William, 1719-1791.4661ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lectures on the catechism of the Church of England. By William Gilpin,: [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4662ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lectures on the catechism of the Church of England. By William Gilpin,: [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4663ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.1]Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.4664ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.2]Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.4665ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Musæus: a monody to the memory of Mr. Pope: in imitation of Milton's Lycidas.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4666ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation on the rise, union, and power, the progressions, separations, and corruptions, of poetry and music. To which is prefixed, the cure of Saul. A sacred ode. Written by Dr. BrownBrown, John, 1715-1766.4667ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Edwin and Eltruda: A legendary tale. By a young lady.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.4668ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The contemplatist: a night piece. By J. CunninghamCunningham, John, 1729-1773.4669ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd to the people: at the Mercat Cross of Edinburgh; on the subject of the Union.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4670ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The botanic garden: a poem, in two parts. Part I. Containing the economy of vegetation. Part II. The loves of the plants. With philosophical notes.Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.4671ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Horæ lyricæ: Poems, chiefly of the lyric kind. In two books. ... By I. Watts.Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.4672ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.1]Hume, David, 1711-1776.4673ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.2]Hume, David, 1711-1776.4674ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Battiad. Canto the firstMendez, Moses, d. 1758.4675ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A token for children: Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives, and joyful deaths of several young children. In two parts. By James Janeway, ...Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.4676ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.4677ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.4678ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.4679ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.4680ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of the poets of Great Britain and Ireland: to the time of Dean Swift. Compiled from ample materials scattered in a variety of books, ... by Mr. Cibber. In four volumes. ... [pt.5]Shiells, Robert, d. 1753.4681ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The legislative independence of Ireland vindicated: in a speech of Mr. Sheridan's on the Irish propositions, in the British House of Commons. To which is annexed an authentic copy of the twenty resolutions, on the Irish commercial intercourse; as they passed that House, on the 30th of May, 1785;Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4682ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Aristotle's master-piece: or the secrets of generation display'd in all the parts thereof; ... Very necessary for all midwives, nurses and young-married-women.4683ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection from Dyers letters: concerning the elections of the present Parliament: with an appendix, relating to some other publick matters.Dyer, John, 1652 or 3-1713.4684ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A concise and genuine account of the dispute between Mr. Hume and Mr. Rousseau: with the letters that passed between them during their controversy. As also, the letters of the Hon. Mr. Walpole, and Mr. D'Alambert, ... Translated from the FrenchHume, David, 1711-1776.4685ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin: [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4686ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin: [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4687ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Galic or Erse languageMacpherson, James, 1736-1796.4688ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cobler: or, a wife of ten thousand. A ballad opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4689ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The old women weatherwise, an interlude: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.4690ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to a pamphlet entituled, An argument to prove the affections of the people of England to be the best security of the government. By the author of The free-holderAddison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4691ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The gipsies. A comick opera, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the HaymarketDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4692ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The metamorphoses. A comic opera. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Hay-Market. The music by Mr. DibdinDibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4693ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Airs, ballads, &c. in The blackamoor wash'd white. A new comic opera. As it will be performed this evening at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-LaneDudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.4694ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Here and there or, this world and the next: Being suitable thoughts for the new year.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.4695ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode on His Majesty's recovery: by the author of Sympathy and humanity.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4696ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellaneous pieces, in prose: by J. and A. L. Aikin.Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4697ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The absurdity and perfidy of all authoritative toleration of gross heresy: blasphemy, idolatry, popery, in Britain. In two letters to a friend. ... By John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.4698ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pity's gift: a collection of interesting tales, to excite the compassion of youth for the animal creation. Ornamented with vignettes. From the writings of Mr. Pratt. Selected by a ladyPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4699ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gleanings in England; descriptive of the countenance, mind and character of the country. By. Mr. Pratt. Vol.IVPratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4700ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4701ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4702ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4703ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4704ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4705ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4706ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.5]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.4707ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Occasional observations on a double-titled-paper, about the clear produce of the civil-list revenue, from midsummer 1727, to midsummer lastDodington, George Bubb, Baron of Melcombe Regis, 1691-1762.4708ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hume, David, 1711-1776.4709ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hume, David, 1711-1776.4710ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to the Whig Club: with an essay on the judicial discretion of judges, on fiats and on bailMacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.4711ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alciphron: or, the minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. Containing an apology for the Christian religion, against those who are called free-thinkers. ... [pt.1]Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4712ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Alciphron: or, the minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. Containing an apology for the Christian religion, against those who are called free-thinkers. ... [pt.2]Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4713ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of David Hume, Esq: Written by himself. To which is added, a letter from Adam Smith, LL.D. to William Strahan, Esq.Hume, David, 1711-1776.4714ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketches of the natural, civil, and political state of Swisserland: in a series of letters to William Melmoth, Esq; from William Coxe, ...Coxe, William, 1747-1828.4715ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799.4716ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799.4717ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Mark Akenside. In two volumes. With the life of the author. ... [pt.1]Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770.4718ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Mark Akenside. In two volumes. With the life of the author. ... [pt.2]Akenside, Mark, 1721-1770.4719ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the life and genius of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Arthur Murphy, ...Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4720ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two speeches in the House of Commons on the original East-India Bill and on the amended Bill, on the 16th and 26th of July, 1784, by Philip Francis, EsqFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4721ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Heads of Mr. Francis's speech, in the House of Commons, on the 7th of May, 1793, on Mr. Grey's motion for a reform in ParliamentFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4722ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charge brought against Sir John Clavering, Colonel George Monson, and Mr. Francis: at the bar of the House of Commons, on the fourth of February, 1788; by Sir Elijah Impey, Knight.Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4723ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The question as it stood in March 1798Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4724ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A general history of the stage: from its origin in Greece down to the present time. ... Collected and digested by W. R. Chetwood, ...Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.4725ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.1]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4726ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.2]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4727ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.3]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4728ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Notes upon the twelve books of Paradise lost: Collected from the Spectator. Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4729ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Maxims, observations, and reflections: moral, political, and divine. By Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.4730ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.1]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.4731ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.2]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.4732ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.3]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.4733ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The children's friend: Translated from the French of M. Berquin; complete in four volumes. Ornamented with frontispieces. [pt.4]Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.4734ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode inscribed to John Howard: Esq. F.R.S. author of "The state of English and foreign prisons." By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4735ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Don Quixote in England: A comedy. As it is acted at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market. By Henry Fielding, Esq;.Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754.4736ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the present state of polite learning in EuropeGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.4737ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on redemption by Jesus Christ. ... By J. Murray,Murray, James, 1732-1782.4738ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetry of Anna MatildaCowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.4739ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Plays of three acts: written for a private theatre. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4740ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions: By Stephen Duck.Duck, Stephen, 1705-1756.4741ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The vision. A poem on the death of Her Most Gracious Majesty Queen Caroline. By Stephen DuckDuck, Stephen, 1705-1756.4742ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To His Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, on his birth-day. April the 15th, 1732. By Stephen DuckDuck, Stephen, 1705-1756.4743ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on sculpture: in a series of epistles to John Flaxman, ... By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.4744ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of John Trueman, Richard Atkins, &cGilpin, William, 1724-1804.4745ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to William Eden, Esq; on the subject of his to the Earl of Carlisle; the Irish trade. By Richard Sheridan,Sheridan, Richard, d. 1793.4746ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Travels, in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, during a series of thirty years and upwards. By John MacDonald,MacDonald, John, b. 1741?4747ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberty chastised: or patriotism in chains. A tragi, comi, political farce, as it was performed by his M-'s S-ts, in the year 1268; ... Scenes near the P- and in St. Gregoir's Fields. Modernised by Paul Tell-Truth, EsqCarey, George Saville, 1743-1807.4748ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech of Mr. Sheridan, in the House of Commons, on Friday the 21st of April, 1798: on the motion to address His Majesty, on the present alarming state of affairs.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4749ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The happy prescription; or, the lady relieved from her lovers: a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4750ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy on the ancient Greek model. Addressed to the Right Reverend Robert Lowth, Lord Bishop of London. By William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.4751ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.1]Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4752ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.2]Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808.4753ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sermons, by Alexander Gerard, D.D.: [pt.1]Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.4754ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sermons, by Alexander Gerard, D.D.: [pt.2]Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.4755ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dissertations on subjects relating to the genius and the evidences of Christianity: By Alexander Gerard, D.D. ...Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.4756ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter from Mr. Francis to Lord North, late Earl of Guildford. With an appendixFrancis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.4757ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Hindostan: from the death of Akbar, to the complete settlement of the empire under Aurungzebe. To which are prefixed, I. A dissertation on the origin and nature of despotism in Hindostan. II. An enquiry into the state of Bengal; ... By Alexander Dow, ...Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.4758ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.1]Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī.4759ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.2]Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī.4760ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of John Metcalf: commonly called Blind Jack of Knaresborough. With many entertaining anecdotes of his exploits in hunting, card-playing, ... and also a succinct account of his various contracts for making roads, erecting bridges, and other undertakings, ...4761ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The land of the muses: a poem, in the manner of Spenser. With poems on several occasions. By Hugh Downman, ...Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.4762ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems, by Hugh Downman, M.DDownman, Hugh, 1740-1809.4763ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Infancy, or the management of children: a didactic poem, in six books. The fifth edition. By Hugh Downman, M.D.Downman, Hugh, 1740-1809.4764ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The speech of R. B. Sheridan: ... on Wednesday, the 7th of February, 1787, in bringing forward the fourth charge against Warren Hastings, Esq. relative to the Begums of Oude.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4765ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pharmacopœia pauperum: or, the hospital dispensatory. Containing the medicines used in the hospitals of London, by the direction of Dr. Coatsworth, Dr. Mead, Dr. Cade, Dr. Wadsworth, Dr. Hales, &c. With suitable instructions for their common use.Banyer, Henry, fl. 1718-1736.4766ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to T----- P----, Esq; from the author of Siris: Containing some farther remarks on the virtues of tar-water, and the methods for preparing and using of it. To which is added, an answer to a supposed physician's letter to the ... bishop of Cloyne, occasioned by his Lordship's treatise on the virtues of tar-water.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4767ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Thomas Gray. With the life of the author. Cooke's edition. Embellished with superb engravings.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4768ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Nature in perfection; or, the mother unveil'd: being a congratulatory poem to Mrs. Bret, upon His Majesty's most gracious pardon granted to Mr. Richard Savage, son of the late Earl Rivers.Savage, Richard, d. 1743.4769ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proverbs exemplified, and illustrated by pictures from real life. Teaching morality and a knowledge of the world; with prints. Designed as a succession-book to Æsop's Fables.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4770ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The London adviser and guide: containing every instruction and information useful and necessary to persons living in London, and coming to reside there; ... By the Rev. Dr. Trusler. ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4771ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Chronology; or, the historian's vade-mecum: Wherein every remarkable occurrence in English history, ... are alphabetically recorded, and the dates affixed; ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4772ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Chronology; or, the historian's vade-mecum: Wherein every remarkable occurrence in English history, ... are alphabetically recorded, and the dates affixed; ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4773ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Chronology: or, a concise view of the annals of England: Where every particular occurrence, ... is accurately and alphabetically recorded, with the date affixed: ... By John Trusler, Cler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4774ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.1]4775ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.2]4776ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A select collection of poems: with notes, biographical and historical.: [pt.3]4777ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Oculus Britanniæ: an heroi-panegyrical poem on the university of Oxford. Illustrated with divers beautiful similes, and useful digressions.Amhurst, N. (Nicholas), 1697-1742.4778ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Osric the lion!: A romance.Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.4779ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The eulogies of Howard. A visionHayley, William, 1745-1820.4780ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon prints: containing remarks upon the principles of picturesque beauty, the different kinds of prints, and the characters of the most noted masters; ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4781ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to a bishop, concerning lectureships. By F.T. assistant curate at - and joint-lecturer of St.-Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4782ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of the author of A vindication of the rights of woman: By William Godwin.Godwin, William, 1756-1836.4783ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellany poems, on several occasions: Written by the Right Honble Anne, Countess of Winchilsea.Winchilsea, Anne Kingsmill Finch, Countess of, 1661-1720.4784ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Whiston's letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Nottingham: concerning the eternity of the Son of God and of the Holy Spirit.Whiston, William, 1667-1752.4785ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Scotland from the accession of the House of Stuart to that of Mary. With appendixes of original papers. By John Pinkerton. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.4786ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Royal fables. By Francis GentlemanGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4787ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the principle of population, as it affects the future improvement of society. With remarks on the speculations of Mr. Godwin, M. Condorcet, and other writersMalthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834.4788ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Phillis at court: a comic opera of three acts. As it is now performing, with great applause, at the Theatre-Royal in Crow-Street, Dublin. The music by Signior Tomaso Giordani.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.4789ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Caractacus: a dramatic poem: written on the model of the ancient Greek tragedy. By the author of Elfrida.Mason, William, 1725-1797.4790ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Original papers: containing the secret history of Great Britain, from the restoration, to the accession of the House of Hannover. ... The whole arranged and published by James Macpherson, ... [pt.2]Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.4791ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An introduction to the history of Great Britain and Ireland: By James Macpherson, ...Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.4792ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The elements of beauty: Also, reflections on the harmony of sensibility and reason. By J. Donaldson.Donaldson, J. (John), 1737-1801.4793ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hymns founded on various texts in the holy scriptures: By the late Reverend Philip Doddridge, D.D. Published from the author's manuscript by Job Orton.Doddridge, Philip, 1702-1751.4794ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The absolute and indispensible duty of Christians: in this critical juncture, considered and enforced, in an affectionate address. By W. Mason.Mason, William, 1719-1791.4795ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations: By Adam Smith, ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.4796ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations: By Adam Smith, ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.4797ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Additions and corrections to the first and second editions of Dr. Adam Smith's Inquiry into the Nature and causes of the wealth of nationsSmith, Adam, 1723-1790.4798ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An investigation of the cause of the present high price of provisions: By the author of the essay on the principle of population.Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834.4799ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The amorous widow: or, the wanton wife. A comedy. As it is perform'd by Her Majesty's servants. Written by the late famous Mr. Thomas Betterton. Now first printed from the original copy.Betterton, Thomas, 1635?-1710.4800ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.1]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4801ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.2]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4802ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.3]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4803ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.4]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4804ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.5]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4805ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.6]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4806ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.7]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4807ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.8]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4808ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.9]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4809ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British insects: explaining them in their several states, with the periods of their transformations, their food, œconomy, &c. Together with the history of such minute insects as require investigation by the microscope. The whole illustrated by coloured figures, ... By E. Donovan. [pt.10]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4810ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon the trade to Africa, in order to set the merits of that cause in a true light and bring the disputes between the African Company and the separate traders into a narrower compassDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.4811ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.1]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4812ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.2]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4813ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Athenaid: a poem, by the author of Leonidas. [pt.3]Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4814ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Learning at a loss, or the amours of Mr. Pedant and Miss Hartley. A novel. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Way, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.4815ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Learning at a loss, or the amours of Mr. Pedant and Miss Hartley. A novel. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Way, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.4816ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Leonidas: a poem.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4817ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three short letters to the people of England, proving the public grievances complained of to be ideal: By the Revd. Dr. John Trusler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4818ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The farewellChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4819ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Epistle to a friend: on the death of John Thornton, Esq. By the author of "An epistle to an eminent painter.".Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4820ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sermons. By Charles ChurchillChurchill, Charles, 1731-1764.4821ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4822ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4823ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Modern times: or the adventures of Gabriel Outcast. Supposed to be written by himself. In imitation of Gil Blas. ... [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4824ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on forest scenery: and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beauty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. In three books. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4825ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on forest scenery: and other woodland views, (relative chiefly to picturesque beauty) illustrated by the scenes of New-Forest in Hampshire. In three books. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4826ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the River Wye: and several parts of South Wales, &c. relative chiefly to picturesque beauty; made in the summer of the year 1770, second edition, by William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4827ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1772: on several parts of England; particularly the mountains, and lakes of Cumberland, and Westmoreland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4828ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations, relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1772: on several parts of England; particularly the mountains, and lakes of Cumberland, and Westmoreland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4829ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lives of John Wicliff: and of the most eminent of his disciples; Lord Cobham, John Huss, Jerome of Prague, and Zisca. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4830ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three essays: on picturesque beauty; on picturesque travel; and on sketching landscape: to which is added a poem, on landscape painting. By William Gilpin, ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4831ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Bernard Gilpin: By William Gilpin, M.A. ...Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4832ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to the subscribers for the History and antiquities of the county palatine of Durham: with a sketch of the materials from whence the intended publication is compiled. By William Hutchinson, F.A.SHutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4833ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The spirit of masonry in moral and elucidatory lectures: By Wm Hutchinson ...Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4834ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and antiquities of the county palatine, of Durham: by William Hutchinson ... [pt.2]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4835ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.1]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4836ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.2]Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4837ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The alteration of the constitution of the House of Commons, and the inequality of the land-tax, considered conjointly. By J. [sic] Brand,Brand, John, d. 1808.4838ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Instructions for collecting and preserving various subjects of natural history; as animals, birds, reptiles, shells, corals, plants, &c. Together with A treatise on the management of insects in their several states; selected from the best authorities. By E. Donovan,Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4839ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the state of the highways, and on the laws for amending and keeping them in repair: with a draught of a bill for comprehending and reducing into one act of parliament the most essential parts of all the statutes in force relating to the highways, ... By John Hawkins, ...Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.4840ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1776: on several parts of Great Britain; particularly the High-lands of Scotland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.1]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4841ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations relative chiefly to picturesque beauty, made in the year 1776: on several parts of Great Britain; particularly the High-lands of Scotland. ... By William Gilpin, ... [pt.2]Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4842ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4843ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury. By William Gilpin, M.A.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4844ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Britannia. A poemThomson, James, 1700-1748.4845ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A poem sacred to the memory of Sir Isaac Newton: By James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.4846ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Coriolanus: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By the late James Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.4847ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.1]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4848ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.2]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4849ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.3]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4850ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.4]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4851ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of British birds: or, a selection of the most rare, beautiful, and interesting birds which inhabit this country: the descriptions from the Systema naturæ of Linnæus; with general observations, either original, or collected ... By E. Donovan, F.L.S. In five volumes. ... [pt.5]Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4852ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Secrets worth knowing: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.4853ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The siege of Aquileia: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Home, John, 1722-1808.4854ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castle of Otranto: a story. Translated by William Marshal, Gent. From the original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto, ...Walpole, Horace, 1717-1797.4855ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Earl of Essex: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Mr. Henry Jones.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.4856ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
John Cunningham, taylor, at the mahogany door, near the Chapel, King's Street Golden Square. Name on the door. The variety of advertisements by several master taylors in London,Cunningham, John, taylor.4857ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two dialogues: containing a comparative view of the lives, characters, and writings, of Philip, the late Earl of Chesterfield, and of Dr. Samuel Johnson.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.4858ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on musical expression: By Charles Avison, ... With alterations and large additions. To which is added, a letter to the author, concerning the music of the ancients, ... Likewise, Mr. Avison's Reply to the author of Remarks on the Essay on musical expression. In a letter from Mr. Avison, to his friend in London.Avison, Charles, 1710-1770.4859ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The two connoisseurs; a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, EsqHayley, William, 1745-1820.4860ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached at the Parish-church of St. Anne, Westminster: on Thursday, May the 10th, 1758. before the governors of the Middlesex-Hospital, ... By Thomas Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4861ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, ... and others; including a sketch of the manners, laws, &c. of the republic of Venice, ... The whole now first published from original copies, by Mr. Hull. In two volumes: [pt.1]4862ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Select letters between the late Duchess of Somerset, Lady Luxborough, ... and others; including a sketch of the manners, laws, &c. of the republic of Venice, ... The whole now first published from original copies, by Mr. Hull. In two volumes: [pt.2]4863ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epitome of the natural history of the insects of China: comprising figures and descriptions ... By E. Donovan, ...Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4864ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epitome of the natural history of the insects of India, and the islands in the Indian seas: ... By E. Donovan, ...Donovan, E. (Edward), 1768-1837.4865ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.1]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.4866ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.2]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.4867ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.3]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.4868ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.4]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.4869ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cecilia: or memoirs of an heiress. By the author of Evelina. In five volumes. ... [pt.5]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.4870ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An invitation to peace: or, Toby's preliminaries to Nestor Ironsides, set forth in a dialogue between Toby and his kinsman.Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4871ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The substance of General Burgoyne's speeches: on Mr. Vyner's motion, on the 26th of May; and upon Mr. Hartley's motion, on the 28th of May, 1778. With an appendix, containing General Washington's letter to General Burgoyne. &c.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.4872ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elegies by Mr. DelapDelap, J. (John), 1725-1812.4873ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on some of the probable effects of Mr. Gilbert's bill; to which are added remarks deduced from Dr. Price's Account of the national debt. By the Reverend Mr. Brand, M.ABrand, John, d. 1808.4874ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A true account of the behaviour and conduct of Archibald Stewart: Esq; late Lord Provost of Edinburgh. In a letter to a friend.Hume, David, 1711-1776.4875ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A check on uncharitableness: or, an answer to a book, entitled, "The skeleton; or the Arminian anatomized; and the carnal preacher dissected. By W.H." In three parts. ... To which is added, A farther check to uncharitableness: ... By Thomas King.King, Thomas, fl. 1791.4876ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rebellion extinguished: a thanksgiving-sermon, preached at Barton under-Neewood, in the county of Stafford, October the 9th, 1746. On account of the deliverance of these kingdoms from the calamities of an intestine war. By Thomas Vaughan, ...Vaughan, Thomas, b. 1689 or 1790.4877ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sermons on the relative duties: Preached at Queen-Street Chapel, and St. Paul's Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Tho. Francklin, ...Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4878ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The calculation of solar eclipses without parallaxes: With a specimen of the same in the total eclipse of the sun, May 11. 1724. ... By Will. Whiston, ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.4879ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short view of the difficulties and discouragements attending those who enter into Holy Orders: By John Latham, ...Latham, John, 1697 or 8-1754.4880ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The occasional miscellany, in prose and verse: Consisting of, a variety of letters, written originally to a young gentleman who design'd to go into Holy Orders, ... By John Wallis,. [pt.1]Wallis, John, 1714-1793.4881ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The occasional miscellany, in prose and verse: Consisting of, a variety of letters, written originally to a young gentleman who design'd to go into Holy Orders, ... By John Wallis,. [pt.2]Wallis, John, 1714-1793.4882ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The peerage of Great Britain and Ireland: including the extinct, with a genealogical and historical account of each noble family. Embellished with a series of historical prints ... By Robert Pollard, F.S.A. .Vo 1.1.Pollard, Robert, 1755-1838.4883ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Epistles philosophical and moralKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4884ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Violenta: or the rewards of virtue: turn'd from Boccace into verse.Pix, Mary, 1666-1720.4885ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd on Sunday May 16th, 1756, at the parish church of St. George's Bloomsbury: occasion'd by the death of the Rev. Mr. Sturges, ... By Thomas Francklin.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4886ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An address to young ministers. By John Brown,Brown, John, 1722-1787.4887ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The seraglio: a comic opera, in two acts: as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4888ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Pantheonites. A dramatic entertainment. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-MarketGentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4889ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poems: of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his life and writings by W. Mason, M.A.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.4890ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A full and just account of the present state of the Ottoman empire in all its branches: with the government, and policy, religion, customs, and way of living of the Turks, in general. ... By Aaron Hill, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.4891ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4892ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4893ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hannah Hewit: or, the female Crusoe. Being the history of a woman of uncommon, mental, and personal accomplishments; who, ... was cast away in the Grosvenor East-Indiaman: and became for three years the sole inhabitant of an island, in the South Seas. Supposed to be written by herself. [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.4894ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A descriptive account of the islands lately discovered in the South-Seas: Giving a full detail of the present state of the inhabitants, their government, religion, ... by the Reverend Dr. John Trusler, ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4895ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Luxury no political evil: but demonstratively proved to be necessary to the preservation and prosperity of states. Addressed to the British senate.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.4896ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The memoirs of the Honourable Sir John Reresby: Bart. and last governor of York. ... Published from his original manuscript.Reresby, John, Sir, 1634-1689.4897ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Elegies: I. On the death of Samuel Foote, Esq. II. On age. By Thomas Holcroft, ...Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4898ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Human happiness: or the sceptic. A poem, in six cantos. By Thomas Holcroft, ...Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4899ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A petition to the Right Hon. Mr. --, in favour of Mr. Maclean: By a lady.Bentley, R. (Richard), 1708-1782.4900ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The insolvent: or, filial piety. A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-market, (by authority) under the direction of Mr. Cibber. Written by the late Aaron Hill, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.4901ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fugitive poetical pieces: by Mr. Jerningham.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4902ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The honest farmer. A drama, in five acts, to which are added, Vanity punished, and Blind-man's buff. By M. Berquin,Berquin, M. (Arnaud), 1747-1791.4903ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Emily Herbert: or, perfidy punished. A novel. In a series of letters.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.4904ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Marian: a comic opera, in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Brookes.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.4905ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The highlander: a poem: in six cantos.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.4906ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Thomas and Sally: or, the sailor's return: A musical entertainment. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The music composed by Doctor Arne.Bickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.4907ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays moral and philosophical, on several subjects: viz. A view of the human faculties. ... An essay on self-love.Forbes of Pitsligo, Alexander Forbes, Lord, 1678-1762.4908ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor the aldermen, and citizens of London, at the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Friday the twenty ninth day of May, 1741. ... By James Townley,Townley, James, 1714-1778.4909ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of John Buncle: Esq; containing various observations and reflections, made in several parts of the world; and many extraordinary relations.Amory, Thomas, 1691?-1788?4910ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ovid's Metamorphoses in fifteen books. Translated by the most eminent hands. Adorn'd with sculpturesOvid, 43 B.C.-17 or 18 A.D.4911ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A proposal for putting a speedy end to the war, by ruining the commerce of the French and Spaniards: and securing our own, without any additional expence to the nation.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.4912ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The levellers: or, Satan's Privy-Council. A Pasquinade, in three cantos. The author, Hugh Hudibras, Esq.Hudibras, Hugh.4913ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation on anecdotes; by the author of Curiosities of literatureDisraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4914ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The siege of Berwick: a tragedy, by Mr. Jerningham: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.4915ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A fragment of the history of that illustrious personage John Bull, Esq: compiled by that celebrated historian Sir Humphry Polesworth. Lately discovered in the repairs of Grub-Hatch, the ancient seat of the family of the Polesworths; now first published from the original manuscript, by Peregrine Pinfold, ...Polesworth, Humphry, Sir, 18th cent.4916ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellanies; or, literary recreations. By I. D'IsraeliDisraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4917ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the manners and genius of the literary character: By I. D'Israeli.Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4918ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A defence of free-thinking in mathematics: In answer to a pamphlet of Philalethes Cantabrigiensis, intituled, Geometry no friend to infidelity, or a defence of Sir Isaac Newton, and the British mathematicians. Also an appendix concerning Mr. Walton's Vindication of the principles of fluxions ... By the author of The minute philosopher.Berkeley, George, 1685-1753.4919ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Copernicus explain'd: or a brief account of the nature and use of an universal astronomical instrument, for the calculation and exhibition of new and full moons, and of eclipses, ... By William Whiston, ...Whiston, William, 1667-1752.4920ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from Pennsylvania to a friend in England: containing valuable information with respect to America. By L. J. Jardine, M.DJardine, L. J., fl. 1795.4921ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An excursion to the lakes, in Westmoreland and Cumberland, August 1773Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.4922ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt.Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789.4923ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays on the Characteristics: By John Brown, M.A.Brown, John, 1715-1766.4924ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hive of modern literature: a collection of essays, narratives, allegories, and instructive compositions; ...4925ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A rural ramble; to which is annexed a poetical tagg, or Brighthelmstone guide. By G. S. CareyCarey, George Saville, 1743-1807.4926ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of John Wilkes, Esq: in the manner of Plutarch. Being a specimen of a larger work.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.4927ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents: and afterwards, in her exalted condition, between her, and persons of figure and quality, ... The third and fourth volumes. ... By the editor of the two first. ... [pt.3]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4928ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel to her parents: and afterwards, in her exalted condition, between her, and persons of figure and quality, ... The third and fourth volumes. ... By the editor of the two first. ... [pt.4]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4929ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pamela: or, virtue rewarded. In a series of familiar letters from a beautiful young damsel, to her parents. ... In two volumes. The third edition. To which are prefixed, extracts from several curious letters written to the editor on the subject. ... [pt.1]Richardson, Samuel, 1689-1761.4930ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An historical, physiological and theological treatise of spirits: apparitions, witchcrafts, and other magical practices. Containing an account of the genii ... With a refutation of Dr. Bekker's World bewitch'd; and other authors ... By John Beaumont, gent.Beaumont, John, d. 1731.4931ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A lecture on the perpetual motion.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.4932ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4933ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.4934ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of The age of reason, by Thomas Paine: being an answer to the strictures of Mr. Gilbert Wakefield and Dr. Priestley, ... By Thomas Dutton.Dutton, Thomas, 18th/19th cent.4935ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A trip to Scarborough: A comedy. As performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. Altered from Vanbrugh's Relapse; or, virtue in danger. By Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Esq.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.4936ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short introduction to vocal musickSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.4937ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A supplement to The State of the expedition from Canada: containing General Burgoyne's orders, respecting the principal movements, ... of the army to the raising of the siege of Ticonderoga.Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.4938ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Discourses concerning government: by Algernon Sidney, ... Publish'd from an original manuscript. The second edition carefully corrected. To which is added, the paper he deliver'd to the Sheriffs immediately before his death. And an alphabetical table.Sidney, Algernon, 1622-1683.4939ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Of LondonPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4940ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Journal of a voyage to New South Wales: with sixty-five plates of non descript animals, birds, ... and other natural productions by John White ...White, John, 1757 or 8-1832.4941ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Capt. Dampier's vindication of his voyage to the South-Seas in the ship St. George: With some small observations ... on Mr. Funnel's chimerical relation of the voyage round the world; ...Dampier, William, 1652-1715.4942ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.1]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.4943ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.2]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.4944ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The recess: or, a tale of other times. By the author of The chapter of accidents. [pt.3]Lee, Sophia, 1750-1824.4945ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An English alphabet, for the use of foreigners: wherein the pronunciation of the vowels, or voice-letters, is explained in twelve short general rules, with their several exceptions, as abridged (for the instruction of Omai) from a larger work.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.4946ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dramatic censor: or, critical companion. ... [pt.1]Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4947ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dramatic censor: or, critical companion. ... [pt.2]Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4948ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the parishes of Whiteford, and HolywellPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4949ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zoonomia: or, the laws of organic life. ... By Erasmus Darwin, ... [pt.1]Darwin, Erasmus, 1731-1802.4950ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems. By Robert Lloyd, A.MLloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.4951ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The compassion and beneficence of the deity: A sermon, preached before the Society incorporated by Royal Charter for the Benefit of the Sons of the Clergy of the Established Church of Scotland, ... May, 20. 1796. By Hugh Blair, ... To which is added, an account of the objects and constitution of the Society. ...Blair, Hugh, 1718-1800.4952ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The road to ruin: a comedy. As acted at the London and Dublin theatres.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.4953ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Antiquitates vulgares: or, the antiquities of the common people. Giving an account of several of their opinions and ceremonies. ... By Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.4954ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy: in the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Friday May 6th, 1763. By Thomas Francklin, ... To which is annexed, a list of the annual amount of the collection for this charity, from the year 1721.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.4955ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arctic zoology: ... [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4956ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arctic zoology: ... [pt.2]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.4957ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters of the Honourable Algernon Sydney, to the Honourable Henry Savile. Ambassador in France. In the year 1679, &c. Now first printed from the originals in Mr. Sydney's own handSidney, Algernon, 1622-1683.4958ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the Robinhood Society: In which the origin of that illustrious body of men is traced; the method of managing their debates is shewn; ... and some original speeches, ... are recorded. ...Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4959ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rosina: a comic opera, in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.4960ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of a new poor-house: erected in the parish of Boldre, in New Forest, near Lymington, 1796.Gilpin, William, 1724-1804.4961ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Spanish memoirs: in a series of original letters. Containing the history of Donna Isabella della Villarea, ... Published by the author of Maria, or the generous rustic. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.4962ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Spanish memoirs: in a series of original letters. Containing the history of Donna Isabella della Villarea, ... Published by the author of Maria, or the generous rustic. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.4963ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellanies in prose and verse: Containing candid and impartial observations on the principal performers belonging to the two Theatres-Royal; from January 1773, to May 1775. Likewise strictures on two favourite tragedies, viz. The orphan and The fair penitent. ... By William Hawkins, gent.Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent.4964ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4965ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4966ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.3]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4967ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.4]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.4968ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Admiral Hosier's ghost: To the tune of, Come and listen to my ditty.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.4969ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Genuine letters from a gentleman to a young lady his pupil: ... Written some years since. Now first revised and published with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.1]4970ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Genuine letters from a gentleman to a young lady his pupil: ... Written some years since. Now first revised and published with notes and illustrations, by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.2]4971ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The harmony and agreement of the collects, epistles, and gospels: as they stand in the Book of Common-Prayer, from the first Sunday in Advent, to the last Sunday after Trinity. ... Proper to be bound up with the Common-Prayer, ... By Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.4972ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Curiosities of literature: Consisting of anecdotes, characters, sketches, and observations, literary, critical, and historical.Disraeli, Isaac, 1766-1848.4973ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]4974ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]4975ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in three volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]4976ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]4977ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.5]4978ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.6]4979ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Justification by Christ alone: (a fountain of life and comfort.) Declaring that the whole work of man's salvation was accomplished by Jesus Christ upon the Cross, ... Written by Samuel Richardson, in the year 1647.Richardson, Samuel, fl. 1643-1658.4980ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tobacconist, a comedy: of two acts altered from Ben Johnson. Acted at the Theatres Royal in the Hay-market and Edinburgh. (With universal applause).Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.4981ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays upon several subjects in law: sciz. justertii, beneficium cedendarum actionum, vinco vincentem, prescription.Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782.4982ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Annus mirabilis: or, the wonderful effects of the approaching conjunction of the planets Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn. By Abraham Gunter, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.4983ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]4984ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]4985ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]4986ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in four volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]4987ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.1]4988ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.2]4989ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.3]4990ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.4]4991ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.5]4992ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: With notes. [pt.6]4993ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.1]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4994ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.2]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4995ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.3]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4996ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.4]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4997ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.5]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4998ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evenings at home; or, the juvenile budget opened: Consisting of a variety of miscellaneous pieces, ... [pt.6]Aikin, John, 1747-1822.4999ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dramatic history of Master Edward: Miss Ann, Mrs. Llwhuddwhydd, and others. The extraordinaries of these times. Collected from Zaphaniel's original papers. Illustrated with copper-plates.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.5000ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Merit. A poem : inscribed to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. By Mr. Henry Jones,Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.5001ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to the first part of The age of reason: Printed in 1794. By Thomas Taylor, V.D.M.Taylor, Thomas, 1738-1816.5002ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems, chiefly pastoral: By John Cunningham.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.5003ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
One thousand eight hundred; or, I wish you a happy new year: Being a choice collection of favourite songs, on serious, moral, and lively subjects. Written and carefully revised by George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5004ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5005ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5006ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.1]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5007ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.2]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5008ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.3]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5009ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.4]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5010ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.5]Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5011ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An accurate and descriptive catalogue of the several paintings in the King of Spain's palace at Madrid: with some account of the pictures in the Buen-Retiro. By Richard Cumberland, ...Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811.5012ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Milton: in three parts. To which are added, Conjectures on the origin of Paradise lost: with an appendix. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.5013ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances: ... [pt.1]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.5014ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A series of genuine letters between Henry and Frances: ... [pt.2]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.5015ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Discourses for the use of families: on the advantages of a free enquiry, and on the study of the scriptures. By W. Hazlitt, M.A.Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820.5016ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A state of the expedition from Canada: as laid before the House of Commons, by Lieutenant-General Burgoyne, ... With a collection of authentic documents, ... Written and collected by himself, ...Burgoyne, John, 1722-1792.5017ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poetical essays: Consisting of I. An elegy on a pile of sacred ruins; ... VI. Ode to peace, &c. By J.B. of Newcastle upon Tyne.Brand, John, 1744-1806.5018ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of the court of France, and city of Paris: containing the intrigues of that court, and the characters of the ministers of state, and other officers; together with the occurrences of the town. In two parts. Translated from the FrenchAulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.5019ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and description of the famous cathedral of St. Paul's, London: [pt.1]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.5020ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and description of the famous cathedral of St. Paul's, London: [pt.2]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.5021ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hermitage: a British story.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.5022ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sympathy: or, a sketch of the social passion. A poem.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5023ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mogul tale: or, the descent of the balloon. A farce. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Smoke-Alley.Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5024ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The candidate: by Mr. Gray.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.5025ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Curiosities in the Tower of London.: [pt.1]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.5026ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Curiosities in the Tower of London.: [pt.2]Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.5027ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castle of Andalusia: a comic opera. In three acts. As it is performed at the theatres in London and Dublin. By John O'Keefe, Esqr.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.5028ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The miniature picture: a comedy, in three acts : performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.5029ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on circulation and credit: in four parts; and a letter on the jealousy of commerce. From the French of Monsieur de Pinto. Translated, with annotations, by the Rev. S. Baggs, M.A.Pinto, Isaac de, 1715-1787.5030ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The works: in verse and prose, of Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... Enlarged with variations and poems, not before publish'd.Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.5031ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Irish tales: or, instructive histories for the happy conduct of life. ... By Mrs. Sarah Butler.Butler, Sarah, Mrs.5032ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters containing a sketch of the scenes which passed in various Departments of France during the tyranny of Robespierre: and of the events which took place in Paris on the 28th of July 1794. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol.III.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.5033ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new comedy. Love a-al-a-mode [sic] in two actsMacklin, Charles, 1697?-1797.5034ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5035ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5036ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.3]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5037ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.4]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5038ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.5]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5039ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.6]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5040ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.7]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5041ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.8]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5042ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.9]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5043ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.10]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5044ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.11]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5045ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.12]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5046ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.13]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5047ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.14]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5048ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.15]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5049ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.16]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5050ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.17]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5051ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.18]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5052ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.19]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5053ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The habitable world described: or the present state of the people in all parts of the globe, from north to south; shewing the situation, extent, climate, ... including all the new discoveries: ... With a great variety of maps and copper-plates, ... By the Rev. Dr. John Trusler. ... [pt.20]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5054ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The corruptions of Christianity considered as affecting its truth: A sermon, preached before The Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge; ... By Alexander Gerard, ... To which is added, an appendix, containing an abstract of the Proceedings of the Society from September 1. 1790.Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.5055ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
High life below stairs: A farce. Written by David Garrick, Esq. Taken from the manager's book at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane.Townley, James, 1714-1778.5056ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
National blessings an argument for reformation: A sermon, preached at Aberdeen, November 29, 1759. ... By Alexander Gerard, ...Gerard, Alexander, 1728-1795.5057ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An argument, shewing, that the Prince of Wales, tho' a Protestant, has no just pretensions to the crown of England. With some remarks on the late pretended discovery of a design to steal him awayDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.5058ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.1]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5059ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.2]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5060ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.3]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5061ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.4]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5062ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.8]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5063ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Natural history: general and particular, by the Count de Buffon, translated into English. Illustrated with above 260 copper-plates, and occasional notes and observations by the translator. [pt.9]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5064ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dialogue between a protesting catholic dissenter, and a Catholic: on the nature, tendency and import of the oath lately offered to the Catholics of England. By the Rev. William Pilling.Dow, Alexander, d. 1779.5065ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The way to be rich and respectable: Addressed to men of small fortune. In this pamphlet is given an estimate, shewing that a gentleman, ... may, ... live as well as, a man of 1000l. a year, and yet not expend 400l. ...Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5066ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Vauxhall affray: or, the Macaronies defeated : being a compilation of all the letters, squibs, &c. on both sides of that dispute. With an introductory dedication to the Hon. Tho. Lyttleton, Esq;.Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.5067ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fugitive pieces: Written by J. P. Kemble.Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823.5068ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A hymn to harmony: written in honour of St. Cecilia's day, M DCC I. By Mr. Congreve. Set to musick by Mr. John Eccles, ...Congreve, William, 1670-1729.5069ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse concerning the nature and certainty of Sir Isaac Newton's Methods of fluxions, and of prime and ultimate ratios. By Benjamin Robins, F.R.SRobins, Benjamin, 1707-1751.5070ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief concordance to the holy scriptures: of the Old and New Testament. ... By John Brown. ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.5071ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief view of the figures: and explication of the metaphors, contained in scripture. By John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1722-1787.5072ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to James Boswell, Esq. occasioned by his having transmitted the moral writings of Dr. Samuel Johnson, to Pascal Paoli, ... With a postscript, containing thoughts on liberty; ... By W. K. EsqKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.5073ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.1]5074ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.2]5075ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.3]5076ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.4]5077ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lucubrations of Isaac Bickerstaff Esq: revised and corrected by the author. ... [pt.5]5078ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems, by a gentlemanWay, G. L. (Gregory Lewis), d. 1799.5079ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The sublime and beautiful of scripture: being essays on select passages of sacred composition. By Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5080ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The mystery revealed; containing a series of transactions and authentic testimonials: respecting the supposed Cock-Lane ghost: which have hitherto been concealed from the public.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5081ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The new cosmetic: or the triumph of beauty, a comedy. By C. Melmonth, Esq. Inscribed to Mrs. Hodges.Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5082ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5083ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5084ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5085ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5086ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Two dithyrambic odes: I. On enthusiasm. II. To laughter. By the author of Rimes.Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.5087ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The essence of the Douglas cause: To which is subjoined, some observations on a pamphlet lately published, intitled, Considerations on the Douglas cause.Boswell, James, 1740-1795.5088ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of the most esteemed pieces of poetry: that have appeared for several years. With variety of originals, by the late Moses Mendez, Esq; and other contributors to Dodsley's collection. To which this is intended as a supplement.5089ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A learned dissertation on dumpling: its dignity, antiquity, and excellence. With a word upon pudding. ...Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5090ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Cupid and Hymen: or, a voyage to the isles of love and matrimony. ... Translated from the French original. To which is added, The batchelor's estimate of the expences attending a married life. The married man's answer to it : ... By John Single, ...Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5091ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The female advocate: or an attempt to recover the rights of women from male usurpation. By Mary Anne Radcliffe.Radcliffe, Mary Ann, 1745?-1810.5092ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A trip to the moon: Containing an account of the island of Noibla. Its inhabitants, religious and political customs, &c. By Sir Humphrey Lunatic, Bart.Gentleman, Francis, 1728-1784.5093ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The thresher's miscellany: or, poems on several subjects, written by Arthur Duck. Now a poor thresher in the county of Suffolk, ... though formerly an Eton-scholar. ...Duck, Arthur.5094ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.1]Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5095ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.2]Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5096ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Philosophy: A poem address'd to the ladies who attend Mr. Booth's lectures. By the bricklayer.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.5097ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5098ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pastorals: After the simple manner of Theocritus. By Mr. Purney.Purney, Thomas, 1695-ca. 1727.5099ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Odes on various subjects: By Joseph Warton, ...Warton, Joseph, 1722-1800.5100ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The grumbletonians: or, the dogs without-doors. A tale.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5101ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pamela: a comedy. As it is perform'd gratis, at the late theatre in Goodman's-Fields.Giffard, Henry, 1699-1772.5102ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tragedy of Sir Thomas Overbury: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, ... Written by Richard Savage, ...Savage, Richard, d. 1743.5103ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Verses humbly address'd to Sir Thomas Hanmer: On his edition of Shakespear's works. By a gentleman of Oxford.Collins, William, 1721-1759.5104ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Virginia a tragedy: with odes, pastorals, and translations. By Mrs. Brooke.Brooke, Frances, 1724?-1789.5105ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Clementina: a tragedy, as it is perform'd with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.5106ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of Barbarossa: the usurper of Algiers. Being the story on which the new tragedy, now in rehearsal at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, is founded.Brown, John, 1715-1766.5107ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Accommodation: a poetical epistle to John Ashby, Esq; by Rowley Thomas.Thomas, Rowley.5108ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The inoculator: a comedy in three acts.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5109ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A wife in the right: a comedy. By Mrs. Griffith.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.5110ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Peckham frolic: or Nell Gwyn. A comedy: in three acts.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.5111ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the Faerie Queene of Spenser: By Thomas Warton, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5112ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fire and water!: A comic opera: in two acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market. By Miles Peter Andrews.Andrews, Miles Peter, d. 1814.5113ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The castle spectre: a drama. In five acts. ... By M.G. Lewis, ...Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.5114ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The deserted daughter: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5115ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tracts, concerning the ancient and only true legal means of national defence, by a free militia: ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5116ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters from France: containing many new anecdotes relative to the French revolution, and the present state of French manners. By Helen Maria Williams. Vol.II.Williams, Helen Maria, 1762-1827.5117ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tracts in divinity: By W. Hawkins, ... [pt.2]Hawkins, William, 1722-1801.5118ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The morality of Shakespeare's drama illustrated: By Mrs. Griffith.Griffith, Mrs. (Elizabeth), 1720?-1793.5119ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tears and triump[hs] of Parnassus: an ode for musick, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Lloyd, Robert, 1733-1764.5120ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The votary of wealth: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By J. G.. Holman, ...Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817.5121ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems: consisting of odes, sonnets, songs, and occasional verses. By William Hayley, Esq.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.5122ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.1]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.5123ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.2]Hayley, William, 1745-1820.5124ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems upon several occasions: By Mrs. Leapor ...Leapor, Mrs. (Mary), 1722-1746.5125ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lessons for children from three to four years oldBarbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.5126ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to Gorges Edmond Howard: Esq. With notes explanatory, critical, and historical, by George Faulkner, ...Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.5127ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Explanatory remarks upon The life and opinions of Tristram Shandy: wherein, the morals and politics of this piece are clearly laid open, by Jeremiah Kunastrokius, M.D.Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.5128ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Yorick's meditations: upon various interesting and important subjects. Viz. Upon nothing. Upon something. Upon the thing. ...Sterne, Laurence, 1713-1768.5129ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The contract: a comedy. Of two acts. As it was performed at the Theatre Royal, in the Hay-Market.Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784.5130ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sentimental excursions to Windsor: and other places, with notes critical, illustrative, and explanatory, ...MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820.5131ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A true character of Mr. PopeDennis, John, 1657-1734.5132ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.1]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.5133ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.2]Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777.5134ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A compendious history of the British churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America. By John Brown.: [pt.1]Brown, John, 1722-1787.5135ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A compendious history of the British churches in England, Scotland, Ireland, and America. By John Brown.: [pt.2]Brown, John, 1722-1787.5136ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Scottish village: or, Pitcairne Green. A poem. By Mrs. Cowley.Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809.5137ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Nourjahad: By the editor of Sidney Bidulph.Sheridan, Frances Chamberlaine, 1724-1766.5138ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The upholsterer: or what news? A farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane. By the author of The apprentice.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.5139ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The royal suppliants. A tragedy: As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Delap, J. (John), 1725-1812.5140ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.1]Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.5141ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.2]Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.5142ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Calculations to determine at what point in the side of a hill its attraction will be the greatest, &c: By Charles Hutton, ... Read at the Royal Society, Nov. 11, 1779.Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.5143ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Tracts, mathematical and philosophical: By Charles Hutton, ... Vol.1.Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.5144ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Village memoirs: in a series of letters between a clergyman and his family in the country, and his son in town.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.5145ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.5146ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.5147ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.5148ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of his own life: by Tate Wilkinson, ... In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Wilkinson, Tate, 1739-1803.5149ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The memoirs of the Countess of Berci. Taken from the French by the author of the Female Quixote. In two volumes.: [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5150ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The memoirs of the Countess of Berci. Taken from the French by the author of the Female Quixote. In two volumes.: [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5151ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.1]5152ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.2]5153ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.3]5154ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.4]5155ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.5]5156ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of poems in six volumes. By several hands: [pt.6]5157ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speed the plough: a comedy, in five acts. As performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.5158ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The nunnery. An elegy: In imitation of the Elegy in a church-yard.Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.5159ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on live stock: containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals, by George Culley, ...Culley, George, 1735-1813.5160ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The way to plenty: or, the second part of Tom White.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5161ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ormond: or the secret witness. By the author of Wieland, Arthur Mervyn, &c. &c.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.5162ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Voyages and descriptions: vol.II. In three parts, viz. I. A supplement of the voyage round the world, ... 2. Two voyages to Campeachy; ... 3. A discourse of trade-winds, breezes, storms, ... By Capt. William Dampier. Illustrated with particular maps and draughts. To which is added, a general index to both volumes. The third edition.Dampier, William, 1652-1715.5163ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fingal: an ancient epic poem, in six books: together with several other poems, composed by Ossian the son of Fingal. Translated from the Galic language, by James Macpherson.Macpherson, James, 1736-1796.5164ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay concerning the effects of air on human bodies: By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.5165ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.5166ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.5167ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The monk: a romance. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Lewis, M. G. (Matthew Gregory), 1775-1818.5168ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle to the Right Honourable Sir Robert WalpoleDodington, George Bubb, Baron of Melcombe Regis, 1691-1762.5169ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The doctor and the apothecary: A musical entertainment in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.Cobb, James, 1756-1818.5170ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
RimesPinkerton, John, 1758-1826.5171ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Roman revenge: A tragedy. By Aaron Hill, Esq;.Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.5172ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Practical rules of diet in the various constitutions and diseases of human bodies: By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.5173ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay concerning the nature of aliments: and the choice of them, according to the different constitutions of human bodies. ... By John Arbuthnot, ...Arbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.5174ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Epistle to Admiral KeppelHayley, William, 1745-1820.5175ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for arrogance: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5176ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The noble peasant: a comic opera, in three acts; as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Haymarket. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5177ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5178ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.2]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5179ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
English housewifry: Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; ... With cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; ... By Elizabeth Moxon.Moxon, Elizabeth.5180ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Iconographia Scotica: or portraits of illustrious persons of Scotland engraved from the most authentic paintings &c with short biographical notices. By John Pinkerton, ...Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.5181ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Airs and chorusses in The Princess of Georgia: an opera: written by Her Serene Highness the Margravine of Anspach, and performed at Brandenburgh-House Theatre, 1798.Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828.5182ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems to ThespiaDownman, Hugh, 1740-1809.5183ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the history of Scotland: preceding the reign of Malcom III. or the year 1056. Including the authentic history of that period. In two volumes. By John Pinkerton. ... [pt.2]Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826.5184ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A sermon: preached February 28, 1794, being the day appointed for a general fast. By J. Brand, ...Brand, John, d. 1808.5185ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.1]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5186ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.2]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5187ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.3]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5188ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A simple story: In four volumes. By Mrs. Inchbald. [pt.4]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5189ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The advancement and reformation of modern poetry: A critical discourse. In two parts. ... By Mr Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5190ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The battle of Ramillia: or, the power of union. A poem. In five books. By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5191ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The grand question debated; or an essay to prove that the soul of man is not, neither can it be, immortal. ... By OntologosKenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.5192ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A reply to The grand question debated: fully proving, that the soul of man is, and must be immortal. ... By Ontologos.Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.5193ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The bee: Being essays on the most interesting subjects.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5194ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The monument: a poem sacred to the immortal memory of the best and greatest of kings, William the Third. ... By Mr. Dennis.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5195ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Original letters: familiar, moral and critical. By Mr. Dennis. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5196ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Original letters: familiar, moral and critical. By Mr. Dennis. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5197ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A description of a great variety of animals and vegetables: viz. beasts, birds, fishes, insects, plants, fruits, and flowers. Extracted from the most considerable writers of natural history; ... Being a supplement to A description of three hundred animals. Illustrated with above ninety copper plates, ...Boreman, Thomas, fl. 1730-1743.5198ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.1]Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.5199ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.2]Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.5200ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mechanick exercises: or the doctrine of handy-works. Applied to the arts of smithing joinery carpentry turning bricklayery. To which is added Mechanick dyalling: ... The third edition. By Joseph Moxon, ...Moxon, Joseph, 1627-1691.5201ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The wanderer: a poem. In five canto's. By Richard Savage, ...Savage, Richard, d. 1743.5202ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.1]Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.5203ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.2]Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812.5204ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise on the social compact: or the principles of politic law. By J. J. Rousseau, ...Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 1712-1778.5205ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to some objections of a moderate enquirerEllwood, Thomas, 1639-1713.5206ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Edwin's pills to purge melancholy: containing all the songs sung by Mr. Edwin, ... since his first appearance in London; ... With a humourous account of Mrs. Siddons's first reception in Dublin; and a portrait of Mr. Edwin ...O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.5207ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The just limitation of slavery: in the laws of God, compared with the unbounded claims of the African traders and British American slaveholders. By Granville Sharp. With a copious appendix: ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5208ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on several very important prophecies: In five parts. ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5209ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Extract of a letter to a gentleman in Maryland: wherein is demonstrated the extreme wickedness of tolerating the slave trade.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5210ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament: containing many new proofs of the divinity of Christ, from passages, which are wrongly translated in the common English version. By Granville Sharp, ...Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5211ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The law of retribution: or, a serious warning to Great Britain and her colonies, founded on unquestionable examples of God's temporal vengeance against tyrants, slave-holders, and oppressors. ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5212ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the opinions of some of the most celebrated writers on Crown Law: respecting the due distinction between manslaughter and murder: ... With a prefatory address to the reader, ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5213ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The law of liberty: or, royal law, by which all mankind will certainly be judged! ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5214ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The law of passive obedience: or Christian submission to personal injuries: ... By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5215ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A token for mariners: containing many famous and wonderful instances of God's providence in sea dangers and deliverances, ... (Much enlarg'd ... ). Also The seaman's preacher, ... And prayers for seamen on all occasions.Janeway, James, 1636?-1674.5216ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shepherd's artifice: a dramatic pastoral. As it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. The words written and the music compos'd by Mr. Dibdin.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5217ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5218ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5219ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The younger brother: a novel, in three volumes, written by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5220ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.1]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5221ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.2]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5222ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.3]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5223ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.4]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5224ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A complete history of the English stage: ... by Mr. Dibdin. ... [pt.5]Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5225ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the learning of Shakespeare: addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq; The second edition, with large additions. By Richard Farmer, ...Farmer, Richard, 1735-1797.5226ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three dialogues on the amusements of clergymenGilpin, William, 1724-1804.5227ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tract on duelling: wherein the opinions of some of the most celebrated writers on crown law are examined and corrected ... in order to ascertain the due distinction between manslaughter and murder. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5228ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... Volume I. [pt.1]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.5229ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... Volume I. [pt.2]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.5230ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... [pt.3]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.5231ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Passages selected by distinguished personages: on the great literary trial of Vortigern and Rowena; a comi-tragedy. ... [pt.4]Dudley, H. Bate, Sir (Henry Bate), 1745-1824.5232ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. In two volumes. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5233ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. In two volumes. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5234ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5235ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The difference, between words, esteemed synonymous: in the English language; and, the proper choice of them determined: together with, so much of Abbé Girard's Treatise, on this subject, as would agree, with our mode of expression. ... In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5236ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fair penitent. A tragedy: Written by N. Rowe, Esq;.Rowe, Nicholas, 1674-1718.5237ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An excursion to Brighthelmstone: made in the year 1789, by Henry Wigstead and Thomas Rowlandson; ... Embellished with eight engravings in aqua tinta, ...Wigstead, Henry.5238ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Shakespear illustrated: or the novels and histories, on which the plays of Shakespear are founded, collected and translated from the original authors. With critical remarks. The third and last volume. By the author of The female Quixote. [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5239ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.1]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5240ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.2]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5241ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.3]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5242ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The natural history of birds: From the French of the Count de Buffon. Illustrated with engravings; and a preface, notes, and additions, by the translator. In nine volumes. ... [pt.4]Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-1788.5243ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Newcastle upon Tyne: or, the ancient and present state of that town. By the late Henry Bourne, ...Bourne, Henry, 1696-1733.5244ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hearts of oakGarrick, David, 1717-1779.5245ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dialogue between a Japonese and a Formosan, about some points of the religion of the time. By G. P--n--rPsalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763.5246ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems on several occasions. Written by a young ladyLennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5247ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Sir Walter Ralegh: from his birth to his death on the scaffold: ... The whole compiled from the most approved authorities and curious manuscripts.Oldys, William, 1696-1761.5248ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5249ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5250ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5251ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5252ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5253ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5254ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.7]Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5255ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Richard West.West, Richard, Son of the Lord Chancellor of Ireland.5256ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Thomas Gray. With the life of the author.Gray, Thomas, 1716-1771.5257ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Edward Moore. With the life of the author.Moore, Edward, 1712-1757.5258ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Will. Shenstone. In two volumes. With the life of the author, and a description of the Leasowes. ... [pt.1]Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.5259ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Will. Shenstone. In two volumes. With the life of the author, and a description of the Leasowes. ... [pt.2]Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.5260ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The progress of wit: a caveat. For the use of an eminent writer. By a fellow of All-Souls. To which is prefix'd, an explanatory discourse to the reader. By Gamaliel Gunson, ...Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750.5261ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A narrative of facts, relating to a prosecution for high treason: including the address to the jury, which the court refused to hear: ... and the defence the author had prepared, if he had been brought to trial. By Thomas Holcroft.Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809.5262ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5263ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5264ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5265ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hermione, or the orphan sisters: A novel. In four volumes. ... [pt.4]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5266ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A general view of the writings of Linnæus: By Richard Pulteney, ...Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801.5267ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of the most noble Order of the Garter: Wherein is set forth an account of the town, castle, chappel, and college of Windsor; ... To which is prefix'd, a discourse of knighthood in general, ... Collected by Elias Ashmole, ... The whole illustrated with proper sculptures.Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692.5268ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.1]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.5269ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.2]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.5270ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.3]Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750.5271ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An elegy on a pile of ruins: By J. Cunningham.Cunningham, John, 1729-1773.5272ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The theory of moral sentiments: By Adam Smith, ...Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.5273ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Journal of the Resolution's voyage: in 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. On discovery to the southern hemisphere, ... Also a journal of the Adventure's voyage, in the years 1772, 1773, and 1774. ... Illustrated with a chart, ... and other cuts.Marra, John.5274ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Journal of Captain Cook's last voyage, to the Pacific Ocean: on Discovery: performed in the years 1776, 1777, 1778, 1779, and 1780. Illustrated with cuts, and a chart, ...Rickman, John.5275ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Grecian history: From the end of the Peloponnesian War, to the death of Philip of Macedon. Containing the space of sixty-eight years. By Temple Stanyan, Esq; Volume the second, now originally publish'd.Stanyan, Temple, 1677?-1752.5276ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hospital-surgeon: or, a new, gentle, and easie way, to cure speedily all sorts of wounds, and other diseases belonging to surgery. ... In three parts. ... By Mr. Belloste, ...Belloste, Augustin, 1654-1730.5277ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Serino: or, the character of a fine gentleman: with reference to rerigion [sic], learning, and the conduct of life. ... Written by Mr. Addison.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.5278ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The entire ceremonies of the coronations of His Majesty King Charles II. and of her Majesty Queen Mary, Consort to James II: As published by those learned heralds Ashmole and Sandford. With the prayers at full length. To which is prefix'd, an introduction historical and critical; likewise an appendix, containing many curious particulars.Ashmole, Elias, 1617-1692.5279ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Poems: by the late George-Monck Berkeley, Esq. ... With a preface by the editor, consisting of some anecdotes of Mr. Monck Berkeley and several of his friends.Berkeley, George Monck, 1763-1793.5280ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Addison's dissertation upon the most celebrated Roman poets: Also an essay upon the Roman elegiac poets. By Major Pack. The third edition. To which is added, an essay upon Mr. Addison's writings. By R. Young, Esq;.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.5281ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Addison's fine ode to Dr. Thomas Burnet, on his sacred theory of the earth: Done into English by the author of a late tale call'd Coffee.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.5282ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dialogues concerning natural religion: By David Hume, Esq;.Hume, David, 1711-1776.5283ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tour in Scotland: MDCCLXIX.Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5284ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The speech of Edmund Burke, Esq; on moving his resolutions for conciliation with the colonies, March 22, 1775Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797.5285ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellaneous essays: Viz. I. Of company and conversation. ... XIII. Of old age. ... By Sir Richard Bulstrode, ... Publish'd, with a preface, by his son Whitlocke Bulstrode, Esq;.Bulstrode, Richard, Sir, 1610-1711.5286ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The modern poetasters: or, directors no conjurers. A farce. On the famous ode writers, satyrists, panegyrists, &c. of the present times; ... Written by Isaac Bickerstaff, jun. Esq;.Bickerstaff, Isaac, Jun.5287ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The famous prophesie of the white king and the dead man explain'd to the present times ... By Isaac Bickerstaffe, esqBickerstaff, Isaac.5288ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters upon the poetry and music of the Italian opera: addressed to a friend. By the late Mr John Brown, ...Brown, John, 1752-1787.5289ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on popular antiquities: including the whole of Mr. Bourne's Antiquitates vulgares, with addenda to every chapter of that work: as also, an appendix, containing such articles on the subject, as have been omitted by that author. By John Brand, ...Brand, John, 1744-1806.5290ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs and reflections upon the reign and government of King Charles the Ist. and K. Charles the IId: ... Written by Sir Richard Bulstrode, ... Now first published from his original manuscript.Bulstrode, Richard, Sir, 1610-1711.5291ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on Mr. Gilbert Wakefield's Enquiry into the expediency and propriety of public or social worship: By Anna Lætitia Barbauld.Barbauld, Mrs. (Anna Letitia), 1743-1825.5292ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new voyage round the world: Describing particularly, the isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, ... their soil, rivers, harbours, plants, ... Vol.I. By Captain William Dampier. Illustrated with particular maps and draughts. [pt.1]Dampier, William, 1652-1715.5293ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The judgment of Paris: a masque. Written by Mr. Congreve. Set severally to musick, by Mr. John Eccles, Mr. Finger, Mr. Purcel, and Mr. Weldon.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.5294ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter from Mr. Congreve to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount CobhamCongreve, William, 1670-1729.5295ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The voyages and adventures of Captain Robert Boyle: in several parts of the world. Intermix'd with the story of Mrs. Villars, an English lady with whom he made his surprizing escape from Barbary; the history of an Italian captive; and the life of Don Pedro Aquilio, &c. ... To which is added, the voyage, shipwreck, and miraculous preservation, of Richard Castelman, ...Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766.5296ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of biography: a selection of the lives of eminent men, carefully digested from correct and approved publications; ... Illustrated with several heads, ... [pt.1]5297ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A brief description of Orkney: Zetland, Pightland-Firth & Caithness, ...Brand, John, 1668?-1738.5298ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and antiquities of the town and county of the town of Newcastle upon Tyne: including an account of the coal trade of that place and embellished with engraved views of the publick buildings, &c. ... By John Brand, ... [pt.1]Brand, John, 1744-1806.5299ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Odes on several descriptive and allegoric subjects: By William Collins.Collins, William, 1721-1759.5300ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that Kingdom. ... By George Crawfurd, Esq;.Crawford, George, fl. 1710.5301ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.1]Colman, George, 1732-1794.5302ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.2]Colman, George, 1732-1794.5303ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.3]Colman, George, 1732-1794.5304ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Flores poetarum britannicorum sef blodeuog waith y prydyddion bryttannaidd: O gasgliad J. D. SS.Th.D.Davies, John, 1567-1644.5305ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Fossils, remains of animals and vegetables, minerals, recent shells, corals, and other curious subjects of natural history. Catalogue of the genuine and entire museum of curious subjects of natural history, of John Strange, Esq. ... Which will be sold by auction, ... by Mr. King, ... Covent-Garden, on Friday, July 11, 1800,King, Thomas.5306ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
History of British birds: The figures engraved on wood by T. Bewick. Vol. I. Containing the history and description of land birds. [pt.1]Beilby, Ralph, 1743-1817.5307ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.1]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5308ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.2]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5309ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.3]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5310ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of English poetry: from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed, two dissertations. ... By Thomas Warton, ... [pt.4]Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5311ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A lecture on mimicry: as it was delivered with great applause, at the theatres in Covent-Garden ... To which is added Jerry Sneak's return from the regatta; and a lecture on lectures. By George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5312ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Sir Thomas Pope: founder of Trinity College Oxford. Chiefly compiled from original evidences. With an appendix of papers, never before printed. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. By Thomas Warton, ...Warton, Thomas, 1728-1790.5313ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom, ... collected from the public records, and ancient chartularies of this nation, ... Illustrated with copper-plates. By Robert Douglas, Esq;.Douglas, Robert, Sir, 1694-1770.5314ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.1]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5315ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.3]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5316ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.4]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5317ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A voyage to New Holland, &c. in the year, 1699: Wherein are described, the Canary-Islands, the Isles of Mayo and St Jago. The Bay of All Saints, with the forts and town of Bahia in Brasil. ... A table of all the variations observ'd in this voyage. ... The isles and coast, &c. of New Holland. ... Illustrated with several maps and draughts; ... Vol.III. By Captain William Dampier.Dampier, William, 1652-1715.5318ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of English poesy: Selected by Oliver Goldsmith. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]5319ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of English poesy: Selected by Oliver Goldsmith. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]5320ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of Goldsmith: or, the moral and sentimental treasury of genius.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5321ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The citizen of the world: or letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5322ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The citizen of the world: or letters from a Chinese philosopher, residing in London, to his friends in the east. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5323ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dr Goldsmith's history of Greece, abridged, for the use of schoolsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5324ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dr. Goldsmith's Roman history abridged by himself for the use of schoolsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5325ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essays: By Mr. Goldsmith. ...Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5326ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Grecian history: from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5327ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Grecian history: from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5328ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The haunch of venison: a poetical epistle to Lord Clare. By the late Dr. Goldsmith. With a head of the author, drawn by Henry Bunbury, Esq; and etched by Bretherton.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5329ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5330ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5331ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.3]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5332ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of England: from the earliest times to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith. ... [pt.4]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5333ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5334ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5335ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.3]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5336ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.4]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5337ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.5]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5338ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.6]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5339ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.7]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5340ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of the earth: and animated nature: by Oliver Goldsmith. In eight volumes. ... [pt.8]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5341ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son.: [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5342ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An history of England, in a series of letters from a nobleman to his son.: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5343ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Henry St. John, Lord Viscount BolingbrokeGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5344ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Richard Nash: of Bath, Esq; extracted principally from his original papers.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5345ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The miscellaneous works of Oliver Goldsmith, M.B. Containing all his essays and poemsGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5346ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical and dramatic works of Oliver Goldsmith, M. B. Now first collected. With an account of the life and writings of the author. In two volumes: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5347ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The martial review: or, a general history of the late wars; together with the definitive treaty, and some reflections on the probable consequences of the peace.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5348ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Roman history: from the foundation of the city of Rome, to the destruction of the western Empire. By Dr. Goldsmith. In two volumes. [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5349ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Roman history: from the foundation of the city of Rome, to the destruction of the western Empire. By Dr. Goldsmith. In two volumes. [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5350ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The traveller: or a prospect of society. A poem. Inscribed to the Rev. Mr. Henry Goldsmith. By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5351ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. ... [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5352ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The vicar of Wakefield: a tale. Supposed to be written by himself. ... [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5353ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An impossible thing. A taleCongreve, William, 1670-1729.5354ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The musical tour of Mr. Dibdin: in which ... previous to his embarkation for India ... he finished his career as a public character.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5355ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Narrative, of a five years' expedition; against the revolted negroes of Surinam: in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777: ... By Captn. J. G. Stedman. illustrated with 80 elegant engravings, ... [pt.1]Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.5356ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Narrative, of a five years' expedition; against the revolted negroes of Surinam: in Guiana, on the wild coast of South America; from the year 1772, to 1777: ... By Captn. J. G. Stedman. illustrated with 80 elegant engravings, ... [pt.2]Stedman, John Gabriel, 1744-1797.5357ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the three first volumes of the History of English Poetry. In a familiar letter to the authorRitson, Joseph, 1752-1803.5358ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.1]5359ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.2]5360ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.3]5361ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.4]5362ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.5]5363ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.6]5364ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.7]5365ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.8]5366ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.9]5367ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.10]5368ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.11]5369ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical calendar: Containing a collection of scarce and valuable pieces of poetry: ... by the most eminent hands. Intended as a supplement to Mr. Dodsley's collection. Written and selected by Francis Fawkes, M. A. and William Woty. In twelve volumes. [pt.12]5370ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Thomas Parnell: D.D. Archdeacon of Clogher. Compiled from original papers and memoirs: in which are included several letters of Mr. Pope, Mr. Gay, Dr. Arbuthnot, &c. &c. By Dr. Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5371ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A prospect of societyGoldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5372ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A survey of experimental philosophy, considered in its present state of improvement. Illustrated with cuts. ... By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B: [pt.1]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5373ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A survey of experimental philosophy, considered in its present state of improvement. Illustrated with cuts. ... By Oliver Goldsmith, M.B: [pt.2]Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5374ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dupes of fancy, or every man his hobby: a new farce: in two acts. As performed at the King's Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market, with great applause. By George Saville Carey, ...Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5375ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Law-tracts: by Joseph Ritson, ...Ritson, Joseph, 1752-1803.5376ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5377ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5378ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.3]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5379ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.4]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5380ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.5]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5381ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.6]Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814.5382ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Persian eclogues. Written originally for the entertainment of the ladies of Tauris: And now first translated, &c.Collins, William, 1721-1759.5383ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs, comic, and satyrical: By George Alexander Stevens.Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.5384ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An estimate of the manners and principles of the times: By the author of Essays on the characteristics, &c.Brown, John, 1715-1766.5385ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The cause of the deluge demonstratedWhiston, William, 1667-1752.5386ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
John the shopkeeper turned sailor; or, the folly of going out of our element. ... Part IIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5387ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
John the shopkeeper turned sailor; Part IIIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5388ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The British librarian: exhibiting a compendious review or abstract of our most scarce, useful, and valuable books in all sciences, as well in manuscript as in print: ... With a complete index ...Oldys, William, 1696-1761.5389ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miscellanies in verse and prose: By Alexander Pope, Esq; and Dean Swift. In one volume. Viz. The strange and deplorable frensy of Mr. John Dennis. ... Epitaph on Francis Ch-is. Soldier and scholar. With several more epigrams, epitaphs, and poems.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.5390ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the ancient division of the English nation into hundreds and tithings: the happy effects of that excellent institution; ...Intended as an appendix to several tracts on national defence, &c. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5391ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The general history of printing: from its first invention in the city of Mentz, to its first progress and propagation thro' the most celebrated cities in Europe. ... By S. Palmer, ...Palmer, Samuel, d. 1732.5392ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
British zoology: ... [pt.3]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5393ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
British zoology: ... [pt.4]Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5394ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
On the culture and curing of madder: By Mr. Arbuthnot. Published by order of the Rt. Hon. the Dublin Society.Arbuthnot, John, of Mitcham.5395ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Secular ode in commemoration of the glorious revolution, M DC LXXXVIII. By W. Mason,Mason, William, 1725-1797.5396ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Anecdotes of Philip, late Earl of Chesterfield, and Dr. Johnson: a comparative view of their lives, characters, and merit, ... By a student at Cambridge.Hayley, William, 1745-1820.5397ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The farmer's boy: a rural poem, in four books. By Robert Bloomfield. With ornaments engraved in wood by Anderson.Bloomfield, Robert, 1766-1823.5398ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the Reverend Mr. Dean Swift, occasion'd by a satire said to be written by him, entitled, A dedication to a great man, ... By a sparkish pamphleteer of Button's Coffee-houseArbuthnot, John, 1667-1735.5399ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Leucothoe. A dramatic poemBickerstaff, Isaac, 1735-1812.5400ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for publishing, periodically, A collection of mathematical and philosophical tracts and selectionsHutton, Charles, 1737-1823.5401ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Songs duetts, choruses, &c. in a new and appropriate entertainment, called The glorious first of June: Performed, for the first time, by Their Majesties servants at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, for the benefit of the widows and orphans of the brave men who fell in the engagements under Earl Howe.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.5402ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The son-in-law: a comic opera: as it is acted at the Theatres Royal in London and Dublin.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.5403ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sop in the pan for Peter Pindar, Esq. Or, a late invitation to Cheltenham: a burlesque poem. By PindaromastixPindaromastix.5404ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The South-Sea scheme examin'd: and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated. By a hearty well-wisher to publick credit.Hearty Well-Wisher to Publick Credit.5405ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The journey from Chester to LondonPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5406ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.1]Colman, George, 1732-1794.5407ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.2]Colman, George, 1732-1794.5408ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The danger of priestcraft to religion and government: with some politick reasons for toleration: Occasion'd by a discourse of Mr. Sacheverel's intitul'd, The political union, &c. lately printed at Oxford. In a letter to a new-elected Member of Parliament.Dennis, John, 1657-1734.5409ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A circular letter to the several petitioning counties, cities, and towns, addressed to their respective general meetings, against the late proposition for a triennial election of representatives. By Granville SharpSharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5410ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Black Giles the poacher: ... Part II.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5411ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the new gown. Part II. Being a continuation of The Sunday schoolMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5412ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The celebrated lecture on heads: which has been exhibited upwards of one hundred successive nights, to crouded audiences, and met with the most universal applause. ...Stevens, George Alexander, 1710-1784.5413ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told: ... Written by himself.Told, Silas, 1711-1779.5414ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The compendious measurer: being a brief, yet comprehensive, treatise on mensuration and practical geometry. ... Adapted to the use of schools ... By Charles Hutton, ...Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823.5415ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The bastard: A poem, inscribed with all due reverence to Mrs. Bret, once Countess of Macclesfield. By Richard Savage, son of the late Earl Rivers.Savage, Richard, d. 1743.5416ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Aerostation: or, the Templar's stratagem. A farce. In two acts. Written by F. Pilon, ... As it is performed with applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788.5417ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Airs, duets, trios, &c. in the new comic opera, called Love finds the way. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-GardenHull, Thomas, 1728-1808.5418ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A comparative statement of the two bills, for the better government of the British possessions in India: brought into Parliament by Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt. With explanatory observations. By R. B. Sheridan, Esq.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.5419ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Considerations upon the augmentation of the army: Address'd to the publick.Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803.5420ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the second part of The Sunday schoolMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5421ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part IIMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5422ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The dram-shop; or a peep into a prisonMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5423ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A defence of the ancient, legal, and constitutional, right of the people: to elect representatives for every session of Parliament; ... In a letter to a member of the Surry Committee. By Granville Sharp.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5424ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letters to particular friends: by William Shenstone, Esq; from the year 1739 to 1763.Shenstone, William, 1714-1763.5425ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Sheridan's argument in the case of Daly against Magee, on a motion to discharge the defendant on common bailSheridan, Richard, d. 1793.5426ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to **** *******, Esquire, on Buonaparte's proposals for opening a negotiation for peace: ... By J. Brand,Brand, John, d. 1808.5427ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The legal means of political reformation: proposed in two small tracts, viz. The first on "Equitable representation," and the legal means of obtaining it. The second on "Annual parliaments, the ancient and most salutary right of the people.".Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5428ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ode to Dragon, Mr. Garrick's house-dog, at HamptonMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5429ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The old Whig. Numb. II: With remarks upon The plebeian, No II.Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719.5430ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Miss in her teens: or, the medley of lovers. A farce in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Garrick, David, 1717-1779.5431ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poetical works: of Mr. William Collins. With memoirs of the author; and observations on his genius and writings. By J. Langhorne.Collins, William, 1721-1759.5432ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Banb---y apes: or, the monkeys chattering to the magpye. In a letter to a friend in London5433ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The non-juror: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. Writien [sic] by Mr. Cibber.Cibber, Colley, 1671-1757.5434ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Diligence and dissipation: or the progress of a modest girl and a wanton, exemplified in ten different stages of their lives: ... The plates are engraved from pictures invented and painted by James Northcote, R.A.5435ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
True-blue; or, the press-gang, a musical interlude: as revived at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-GardenCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5436ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the resolutions of the clergy: who assembled at Chester, Feb. 15th. 1790, for the purpose of supporting the Corporation and Test Acts.Pope, Alexander, 1763-1835.5437ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The double dealer: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal. By their Majesties servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.Congreve, William, 1670-1729.5438ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of Jonathan Wild: from his birth to his death. Containing his rise and progress in roguery; ... The second edition. By H. D. late Clerk to Justice -H. D.5439ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The shrubs of Parnassus: or, juvenile muse. A collection of songs, and poems. Chiefly pastoral. By W. Hawkins.Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent.5440ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The patriot enterprize: or an address to Britain. A poem. Inscribed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, ... by Mr. Jones, author of The Earl of Essex. To which is added, The Prussian campaign, a poem. Celebrating the atchievements [sic] of Frederick the Great, in the years 1756-57. By William Dobson, L.L.B.Jones, Henry, 1721-1770.5441ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life and surprizing adventures of Gilbert Langley, formerly of Serle-Street, near Lincoln's-Inn, goldsmith and jeweller, ... Written by himself in Maidstone Goal, whilst under sentence of death, for robbing John Springate of Feversham, of three farthings,Langley, Gilbert.5442ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Like master, like man: A comedy of two acts. Alter'd from Sir John Vanbrugh. As perform'd at the Theatre, in Smock-Alley.King, Thomas, 1730-1805.5443ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Speech of Mr. Francis, on the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, Friday, January 23, 1795Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.5444ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Zobeide. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826.5445ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the suretiship of Christ. In two parts. Part I. The doctrine stated. Part II. Objections answered. By Samuel RichardsonRichardson, Samuel, d. 1805.5446ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An epistle from Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian, to Mr. Thomas Sheridan, tragedianCibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758.5447ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advertisement from Daniel De Foe, to Mr. ClarkDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.5448ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the automaton, constructed by Orffyreus: in two letters; the one, from Professor 'sGravesande, to Sir Isaac Newton; the other from Baron Fischer, to Dr. Desaguliers. To which is annexed the testimonial of the Prince of Hesse Cassel, ... likewise animadversions, by Professor Allaman of Leyden, ...Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779.5449ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Esther, an oratorio: or sacred drama; as it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, with the last improvements. By George Frederic Handel, ...5450ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The beauties of Hume and BolingbrokeHume, David, 1711-1776.5451ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The children in the wood: an opera, in two acts, as performed at the Royal Theatres of Drury-Lane and the Hay-Market.Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838.5452ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The balnea: or, an impartial description of all the popular watering places in England, ... By George Saville Carey.Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807.5453ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Divine songs: attempted in easy language for the use of children. By I. Watts, D.D.Watts, Isaac, 1674-1748.5454ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A collection of original papers and material transactions, concerning the late great affair of the union between England and Scotland: Also an exact journal of the proceedings of the treaty as well at London as in Edinburgh. Wherein the privilege [sic] of the Presbyterian kirk, and the case of toleration of episcopal dissenters there, are very clearly stated. In five parts. Faithfully collected from the records and registers; by a person concern'd in the said treaty, and present in both kingdoms at the time of its transacting.Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.5455ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The deserter. A new musical drama: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.Dibdin, Charles, 1745-1814.5456ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
His Majesty's most gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, on Thursday the 26th of October, 1775Great Britain. Sovereign (1760-1820 : George III)5457ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
D' foe's answer to the Quakers catechism: or, a dark lanthorn for a friend of the lightDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.5458ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An abridgment of the History of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar, to the death of George II. By Dr. Goldsmith.Goldsmith, Oliver, 1730?-1774.5459ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A description of the Lake at Keswick: (and the adjacent country) in Cumberland. Communicated in a letter to a friend. By a late popular writer.Brown, John, 1715-1766.5460ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An answer to a paper concerning Mr. De Foe, against his History of the unionDefoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.5461ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A King or a Consul? A new song to the tune of Derry downMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5462ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Pretty Sally's garland: Or, Johnny's kind courtship. In two parts.Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5463ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to a Member of Parliament, on mail-coaches. By Thomas Pennant, EsqPennant, Thomas, 1726-1798.5464ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The school for scandal: a comedy; as it is performed at the Theatres-Royal, in London and Dublin.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.5465ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The Newcastle and Gateshead directory: for 1782, 83, and 84. Containing the names, trades, and situation of the warehouses, shops, &c. ...Whitehead, William, of Newcastle.5466ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Robert and Richard; or, the ghost of poor Molly: who was drowned in Richard's mill pond. To the tune of Collins's Mulberry tree.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5467ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The roguish miller; or, nothing got by cheating: A true balladMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5468ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history and antiquities of the city of Carlisle: and its vicinity, by William Hutchinson, Esq.Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814.5469ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charges exhibited against him, General Clavering, and Colonel Monson: By Sir Elijah Impey, Knight, when at the bar of the House of Commons, on his defence to the Nunducomar charge.Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818.5470ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The day of judgment: or, the grand reckoning.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5471ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
In the dead of the night. Sung by Mrs. Jordan in The wedding dayInchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5472ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evelina: or, a young lady's entrance into the world. ... [pt.1]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.5473ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Evelina: or, a young lady's entrance into the world. ... [pt.2]Burney, Fanny, 1752-1840.5474ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A description of the road from London to Bath and Bristol: with every thing worth notice in the way. By the Rev. Dr. Trusler.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5475ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5476ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5477ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Sir George Warrington: or the political Quixote. By the author of The female Quixote. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Lennox, Charlotte, ca. 1729-1804.5478ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The speech of R. B. Sheridan: Esq. on summing up the second charge against Warren Hastings, Esq. Before the High Court of Parliament, in Westminster-Hall, Tuesday, June 3, 1788, and three subsequent days.Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 1751-1816.5479ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hermit: To which are added, A hymn to contentment; Health, an eclogue; and A night piece, on death. By Dr. Thomas Parnell, ...Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.5480ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of John and William Cunningham and Company brewers in Glasgow, James Hotchkis and Company brewers in Edinburgh, and James Graham vintner in Glasgow, for themselves, and as trustees of William MʻGregor late tenant in Parkhall,John and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland)5481ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
To the noblemen, gentlemen and proprietors of lands in Scotland, and inhabitants at largeCunningham, John, brewer.5482ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Answers for John and William Cuninghams and Company, brewers in Glasgow; James Hotchkis and Company, brewers in Edinburgh; and James Graham vintner in Glasgow; for themselves, and as trustees for the other creditors of William MʻGregor late tenant in the lands of Parkhall, and others: to the petition of Robert Hamilton of WishawJohn and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland)5483ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Lines, &c: By Thomas Paine, [sic]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5484ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Answers of poor James Thomson, son to the deceased Bailie Andrew Thomson, brewer in Edinburgh; to the petition of Helen Bell, and her childrenThomson, James, fl. 1719-1762.5485ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on man: In epistles to a friend.Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744.5486ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mrs. Taylor's family companion: or the whole art of cookery display'd, in the newest and most easy method, being a collection of receipts to set out a table cheap, ... To which are added, instructions for marketing, sundry bills of fare, ... The whole calculated to assist the prudent mistress and her servant, ... By Mrs. Margaret Taylor, ...Taylor, Margaret, Mrs.5487ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The two wealthy farmers; or, the history of Mr. Bragwell. In seven partsMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5488ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Inf. Charles Hutton. Lord Eskgrove reporter. April 22. 1783. Information for Charles Hutton, shipmaster in Culross, suspender, against William Palmer of Great Yarmouth, in the county of Norfolk, and David Maclaren, merchant in Leith, his attorney, chargersHutton, Charles, shipmaster in Culross.5489ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Paine, Dundas, and Onslow. A letter to Mr. Henry Dundas: ... in answer to his speech on the late excellent proclamation. Also two letters to Lord Onslow, ... By Thomas Paine, ...Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5490ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Three weeks after marriage: a comedy, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden.Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805.5491ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fox-chace: A favourite hunting song, sung at the grand hunts of England.O'Keeffe, John, 1747-1833.5492ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sally of our alleyCarey, Henry, 1687?-1743.5493ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The riot; or, half a loaf is better than no bread. In a dialogue between Jack Anvil and Tom Hod. To the tune of "A cobler there was," &cMore, Hannah, 1745-1833.5494ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.1]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5495ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.2]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5496ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Appearance is against them: in a series of letters, in three volumes, by the author of Emily Herbert, or perfidy punished. ... [pt.3]Inchbald, Mrs., 1753-1821.5497ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The tragedy of Sophonisba: Acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Thomson.Thomson, James, 1700-1748.5498ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Public good: being an examination into the claim of Virginia to the vacant western territory, and of the right of the United States to the same. To which is added, proposals for laying off a new state, to be applied as a fund for carrying on the war, or redeeming the national debt. By the author of Common sense.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5499ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The substance of the evidence on the petition presented by the West-India planters and merchants, to the Hon. House of Commons: as it was introduced at the bar, and summ'd up by Mr. Glover, on Thursday the 16th of March, 1775.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.5500ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the year 1793: By the author of Wieland; and Ormond, or The secret witness. Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.5501ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Wieland; or The transformation: An American tale. [Four lines of verse] Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.5502ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dissertations on government, the affairs of the bank, and paper-money: By the author of Common sense.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5503ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter addressed to the abbe Raynal on the affairs of North-America: In which the mistakes in the abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up. By Thomas Paine, M.A. of the University of Pennsylvania, and author of the pamphlet and other publications, entitled, "Common sense.".Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5504ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The decline & fall of the English system of finance: By Thomas Paine, author of Common sense, American crisis, Age of reason, &c. [One line of quotation]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5505ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Four dissertations, on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies: Written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal. To which (by desire) is prefixed, an eulogium, spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766.5506ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hermit. A poemParnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.5507ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America: On affairs public and private. By Thomas Paine, author of the works entitled, Common sense, Rights of man, Age of reason, &c.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5508ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of Major-General Heath: Containing anecdotes, details of skirmishes, battles, and other military events, during the American war. Written by himself. Published according to act of Congress.Heath, William, 1737-1814.5509ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The British album: A collection of poems. [Three lines of anonymous verse]5510ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Considerations on religion and public education: with remarks on the speech of M. Dupont, delivered in the National Convention of France. Together with an address to the ladies, &c. of Great Britain and Ireland. By Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5511ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on slavery: proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion." By Granville Sharp, Esq. With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject. To which is added, an elegy on the miserable state of an African slave, by the celebrated an ingenious William Shenstone, Esq.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5512ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An examination of the principles contained in The age of reason: In ten discourses. By James Muir, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Alexandria.Muir, James, 1757-1820.5513ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Common sense: addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. Of the origin and design of government in general, with concise remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of monarchy and hereditary succession. III. Thoughts on the present state of American affairs. IV. Of the present ability of America, with some miscellaneous reflections. Written by an Englishman. [Two lines from Thomson]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5514ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The substance of the evidence on the petition presented by the West-India planters and merchants, to the Hon. House of Commons: as it was introduced at the bar, and summ'd up by Mr. Glover, on Thursday the 16th of March, 1775.Glover, Richard, 1712-1785.5500ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Arthur Mervyn; or, Memoirs of the year 1793: By the author of Wieland; and Ormond, or The secret witness. Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.5501ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Wieland; or The transformation: An American tale. [Four lines of verse] Copy-right secured.Brown, Charles Brockden, 1771-1810.5502ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Dissertations on government, the affairs of the bank, and paper-money: By the author of Common sense.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5503ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter addressed to the abbe Raynal on the affairs of North-America: In which the mistakes in the abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up. By Thomas Paine, M.A. of the University of Pennsylvania, and author of the pamphlet and other publications, entitled, "Common sense.".Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5504ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The decline & fall of the English system of finance: By Thomas Paine, author of Common sense, American crisis, Age of reason, &c. [One line of quotation]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5505ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Four dissertations, on the reciprocal advantages of a perpetual union between Great-Britain and her American colonies: Written for Mr. Sargent's prize-medal. To which (by desire) is prefixed, an eulogium, spoken on the delivery of the medal at the public commencement in the College of Philadelphia, May 20th, 1766.5506ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The hermit. A poemParnell, Thomas, 1679-1718.5507ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America: On affairs public and private. By Thomas Paine, author of the works entitled, Common sense, Rights of man, Age of reason, &c.Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5508ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memoirs of Major-General Heath: Containing anecdotes, details of skirmishes, battles, and other military events, during the American war. Written by himself. Published according to act of Congress.Heath, William, 1737-1814.5509ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The British album: A collection of poems. [Three lines of anonymous verse]5510ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Considerations on religion and public education: with remarks on the speech of M. Dupont, delivered in the National Convention of France. Together with an address to the ladies, &c. of Great Britain and Ireland. By Hannah More.More, Hannah, 1745-1833.5511ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on slavery: proving from Scripture its inconsistency with humanity and religion; in answer to a late publication, entitled, "The African trade for Negro slaves shewn to be consistent with principles of humanity, and with the laws of revealed religion." By Granville Sharp, Esq. With an introductory preface, containing the sentiments of the monthly reviewers on that publication; and the opinion of several eminent writers on the subject. To which is added, an elegy on the miserable state of an African slave, by the celebrated an ingenious William Shenstone, Esq.Sharp, Granville, 1735-1813.5512ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An examination of the principles contained in The age of reason: In ten discourses. By James Muir, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Alexandria.Muir, James, 1757-1820.5513ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Common sense: addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. Of the origin and design of government in general, with concise remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of monarchy and hereditary succession. III. Thoughts on the present state of American affairs. IV. Of the present ability of America, with some miscellaneous reflections. Written by an Englishman. [Two lines from Thomson]Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809.5514ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay upon nursing: and the management of children, from their birth to three years of age. By a physician. In a letter to one of the governors of the Foundling Hospital. Published by order of the General Committee ...Cadogan, William, 1711-1797.5515ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the rhus toxicodendron: pubescent poison oak, or sumach, with cases shewing it's efficacy in the cure of paralysis, ... By John Alderson, ...Alderson, John, 1757-1829.5516ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Hypochondriasis. A practical treatise on the nature and cure of that disorder; commonly called the hyp and hypo. By Sir John HillHill, John, 1714?-1775.5517ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of a particular kind of rupture, frequently attendant upon new-born children: and sometimes met with in adults; viz. that in which the intestine, ... is found in the same cavity, and in contact with the testicle. By Percival Pott, ...Pott, Percivall, 1714-1788.5518ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on humanity: or a view of abuses in hospitals. With a plan for correcting them. By William Nolan.Nolan, William, 18th cent.5519ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the force of imagination in pregnant women: Addressed to the ladies.5520ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Inoculation made easy: Containing a full and true discovery of the method practised in the county of Essex. ... With a true receipt to make the preparative powders, repellent pills, and the punch used in inoculation.5521ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A practical treatise on the gonorrhoea: recommending the use of injection as the most speedy and efficacious method of cure: with a brief account of the remedies which have been used in the lues venerea, from its first appearance in Europe; and a critical enquiry into the present modes of administering mercury. By Peter Clare, surgeon.Clare, Peter, 1738-1786.5522ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enlarged syllabus of philosophical lectures: delivered by Hugh Smith ... With the principles on which his conjectures are founded concerning animal life, and the laws of the animal oeconomy. These principles are applied not only to the general doctrine of the glands, but likewise to some new thoughts on the nervous system, the gout, and paralytic complaints.Smith, Hugh, 1736?-1789.5523ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Medical advice to the consumptive and asthmatic people of England: wherein the present method of treating disorders of the lungs is shewn to be futile and fundamentally wrong, and a new and easy method of cure, proposed by Philip Stern, M.D.Stern, Philip.5524ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Medical improvement: an address read to the Medical Society, by John Aitken, ...Aitken, John, d. 1790.5525ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The method of preventing and removing the causes of infectious diseases: written in plain simple language, by George Borthwick, ...Borthwick, George.5526ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Case of a fracture of the sternum: by John Hale, ...Hale, John, 18th cent.5527ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the nature and method of treating the gout5528ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A continuation of facts and observations relative to the variolæ vaccinæ, or cow pox: By Edward Jenner, M.D. ...Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823.5529ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the advantage received by the first eight years inoculation5530ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An easy way to prolong life: by a little attention to our manner of living. Containing many salutary observations, on exercise, rest, sleep, evacuations, &c. ... And some remarks on drunkenness, smoking, and on the utility of taking physic in the spring. The second part. By a medical gentlemam [sic], author of the first part.Trusler, John, 1735-1820.5531ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Information to parents respecting the vaccine inoculation: or, the inoculation for cow-pox. By F. Skrimshire, M.D.Skrimshire, F. (Fenwick), 1774 or 5-1855.5532ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The family physician: being a collection of useful family remedies. Together with plain and full directions for administering them, and properly nursing the sick, where the advice of a physician is difficult to be procured. ... By Hugh Smith, ...Smith, Hugh, 1736?-1789.5533ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Explanatory remarks on the great utility of hospitals for the sick and poor: By a governor of Addenbrooke's Hospital.Governor, of Addenbrooke's Hospital.5534ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the most efficacious means of treating ulcerated legs: In which the topical applications in general use are considered, and some new methods for relief proposed; ...5535ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Experiments and observations on the blood when mixed with urine: By Everard Home, Esq. F.R.S. ...Home, Everard, Sir, 1756-1832.5536ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the nature, causes, and method of cure, of nervous disorders: In a letter to a friend. By Alex. Thomson, M.D.Thomson, Alexander, M.D.5537ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the nature and cure of the (so called) worm-fever: By Samuel Musgrave, M.D. ...Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780.5538ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay towards a definition of animal vitality: read at the theatre, Guy's Hospital, January 26, 1793; in which several of the opinions of the celebrated John Hunter are examined and controverted. By John Thelwall, ...Thelwall, John, 1764-1834.5539ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the mode of attendance of the surgeons of Edinburgh on the Royal Infirmary: in a letter addressed to the Royal College of Surgeons; by Benjamin Bell.Bell, Benjamin, 1749-1806.5540ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the use of opium in removing symptoms supposed to be owing to morbid irritability: By Alexander Grant, ...Grant, Alexander, d. 1817.5541ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the gout and rheumatism: Exhibiting instances of persons who were greatly relieved in the fit of the gout; ... by medicines discovered in America. With a short account of some medicines, and ways of curing diseases, used by the native Indians. To which are added, a few remarkable cases ... By Henry Flower, an American.Flower, Henry.5542ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Memorial concerning the Surgeons HospitalSurgeons Hospital (Edinburgh, Scotland)5543ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the bills of mortality, in Carlisle: for the year 1779.Heysham, John, 1753-1834.5544ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the use of bathing; warm and cold: and the diseases it will cure without a doctor. With an account of the cicer venereum, ... the celebrated restorative among the antient Greeks, ... Illustrated with its figure.5545ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lady's physician: A practical treatise on the various disorders incident to the fair sex. ... Written originally in French, by M. Tissot, ... Translated by an eminent physician.Tissot, S. A. D. (Samuel Auguste David), 1728-1797.5546ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
New thoughts on medical electricity: Or, an attempt to discover the real uses of electricity in medicine. In two letters to a friend.5547ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the final cessation of the menses: and on a remedy and method of treatment, adapted to prevent or remove the evil consequences attending that period: together with some strictures on secret and advertised medicines in general.5548ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Receipts for preparing and compounding the principal medicines made use of by the late Mr. Ward: Together with an introduction, &c. By John Page, ...Page, John, fl. 1733-1763.5549ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of the venereal disease: plainly discovering and directing both sexes, how they may become their own doctors. Teaching them plainly, and perfectly to know their own condition ... And how to cure themselves ... Also to heal all gleets ...Rock, Dr. (Richard), 1708-1774.5550ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the contribution for making Mrs. Stephens's medicines public; with some reasons for it, and answers to the most remarkable objections made against itHartley, David, 1705-1757.5551ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the medicinal virtues of magnesia alba: more particularly of calcined magnesia; ... By Thomas Henry, ...Henry, Thomas, 1734-1816.5552ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Mr. Ward's practice of physick, as it relates to the publick, impartially considered. In a letter to Thomas Carew,Philanthropos.5553ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Plain directions, &c. for the cure of the venereal disease: ... Sufficient to enable persons to cure themselves, ... Designed, chiefly to rescue the poor, ... from the destructive hands of unskillful apothecaries and quack-doctors. By J. Wall, surgeon.Wall, J.5554ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A preliminary introduction to the act of sea-bathing: wherein is shewn its nature, power, and importance; ... By John Anderson, ...Anderson, John, ca. 1730-1804.5555ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The power of water-dock against the scurvy: whether in the plain root or essence. With marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life for those afflicted with it. By J. Hill, ...Hill, John, 1714?-1775.5556ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on medical jurisprudence: intended for the general information of juries and young surgeons.Dease, William, 1752?-1798.5557ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short account of the nature and properties of different kinds of airs: so far as relates to their medicinal use; intended as an introduction to the pneumatic method of treating diseases, ... By Richard Pearson, ...Pearson, Richard, 1765-1836.5558ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short account of the most effectual means of preserving the health of seamenBlane, Gilbert, Sir, 1749-1834.5559ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short essay on the virtues of Dr. Norris's antimonial drops. The second edition. To which is added, a catalogue of cures, incontestibly proving their sovereign efficacy in feversNorris, Thomas, fl. 1780.5560ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarkable case of a boy, who lost a considerable portion of brain: and is recovered, without detriment to any faculty, mental or corporeal. By R. Leny.Leny, R.5561ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A remarkable case of a numerous birth, with observations: By Maxwell Garthshore, ... From the Philosophical transactions.Garthshore, Maxwell, 1732-1812.5562ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short treatise on onanism: or, the detestable vice of self-pollution. Describing the variety of nervous and other disorders, that are occasioned by that shameful practice, or too early and excessive venery, and directing the best method for their cure. By a physician in the country.Farrer, W. (William), d. 1775.5563ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The true method of reducing ruptures: and retaining them in the abdomen, and in the navel: ... To which is added, a postscript. By Robert Brand, ...Brand, Robert.5564ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
History of some of the effects of hard drinking: The sixth edition. By J. C. Lettsom, ...Lettsom, John Coakley, 1744-1815.5565ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The parent's assistant; or, stories for children. Part. II.: [pt.2]Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.5566ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the rise, progress, and state of the London Infirmary: supported by charitable and voluntary subscription, for the relief of sick and diseased manufacturers, seamen in merchant service, and their wives and children, from the first institution on the 3d of November 1740, to the 12th of May, 1742, inclusive.London Hospital.5567ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Medical observations, adapted to the medicine chests: fitted out by William Randall, chemist, Southampton.Randall, William.5568ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The report of the physicians and surgeons, commanded to assist at the dissecting the body of His late Majesty at Kensington, March the tenth MDCCI/II. From the original delivered to the Right Honourable the Privy Council5569ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on a particular kind of scarlet fever, that lately prevailed in and about St. Alban's. In a letter to Dr. Mead. By Nathanael Cotton, M.DCotton, Nathaniel, 1705-1788.5570ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The power of gold displayed: in the humane proposal of the Right Hon. William Pitt, Chancellor of the Exchequer, to bring forward an act to put His Majesty into the disagreeable situation of signing a decree, that no sick or lame person, or diseased cattle, ... shall have a medicine of repute without paying tribute; ... By Frs. Spilsbury.Spilsbury, Francis.5571ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of the apothecariesSociety of Apothecaries, London.5572ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the cow-pox. By William Woodville,Woodville, William, 1752-1805.5573ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reflexions concerning the virtues of tar water: Wherein is proved by experience, that its present preparation is not founded upon philosophical principles; ... By H. Jackson, chemist.Jackson, Humphrey, ca. 1717-1801.5574ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons against the practice of inoculating the small-pox: As also a brief account of the operation of this poison, infused after this manner into a wound. By Legard Sparham, Surgeon.Sparham, Legard.5575ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some reflections upon the modern practisers of physick, in relation to the small pox. ... By Walter LynnLynn, Walter, 1677-1763.5576ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A succinct account of a machine, newly invented for the cure of præternatural curvatures of the spine: together with a detail of several cases, in which this machine has been tried with great success. By D. Merande, M.DMerande, D.5577ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the success of inoculating the small-pox: in a letter to Dr. William Whitaker. By Tho. Nettleton, M.D.Nettleton, Thomas, 1683-1742.5578ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new essay on the small-pox: With a view to preserve this nation from the infection of that distemper. ... By ***** **** M.D.5579ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
I have perused a pamphlet entitled, Some reasons why the practice of inoculation ought to be introduced into the town of Bury at present, and have been surprized to find this elaborate piece so little in substance,Warren, Martin, 1696-1735.5580ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Ten cases of persons who have taken Mrs. Stephens's medicines for the stone. With an abstract of some experiments, tending to illustrate these casesHartley, David, 1705-1757.5581ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to the patentee, concerning the medical properties of the fleecy hosiery: By William Buchan,...Buchan, William, 1729-1805.5582ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Reasons: why the apothecary may be suppos'd to understand the administration of medicines in the cure of diseases, as well as the physician. In a letter from an apothecary to a physicianApothecary.5583ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay for abridging the study of physick. To which is added, A dialogue, ... relating to the practice of physick,Armstrong, John, 1709-1779.5584ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the vertues, use, dose, and wonderful manner of operation of the pilulæ polychrestæ.5585ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the success of inoculating the small pox in Great Britain: With a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small-pox. ... By James Jurin, ...Jurin, James, 1684-1750.5586ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the manner of inoculating for the small pox in the East Indies: With some observations on the practice and mode of treating that disease in those parts. ... By J. Z. Holwell, F.R.S.Holwell, J. Z. (John Zephaniah), 1711-1798.5587ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of the barbers of LondonBarbers' Company (London, England)5588ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Bill of health5589ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Antidotaria; or, a collection of antidotes against the plague, and other malignant diseases. Together, with some decent and useful remarks, on the late Pharmacopeia Londinensis, ... By Joseph Browne, L.L.M.DBrowne, Joseph, fl. 1700-1721.5590ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the tussis convulsiva: or hooping cough, as read at the Lyceum Medicum Londinense. ... By John Gale Jones.Jones, John Gale, 1769-1838.5591ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short account of the nature and use of spectacles. In which is recommended, a kind of glass for spectacles, ... By James Ayscough,Ayscough, James, d. ca. 1762.5592ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Advice to those who are afflicted with the venereal disease: Containing the symptoms at large, with practical notes, and advice to them while under cure. Also, methods of preventing any future infection, in either sex. By F. B. Spilsbury, ...Spilsbury, Francis.5593ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse upon some late improvements of the means for preserving the health of mariners. Delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society, November 30, 1776. By Sir John Pringle, Baronet, President. Published by their orderPringle, John, Sir, 1707-1782.5594ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Essay on epilepsy. In which a new theory of that disease is attempted, from which the proximate cause is investigated, and indications brought from thence; shewing clearly the consistency of the method of cure. By W. Threlfal,Threlfal, William.5595ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the means of lessening the effects of fire on the human body, by James Earle, Esq; F.R.S.Earle, James, Sir, 1755-1817.5596ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay pointing out the cause, effects and method of treating the present epidemic fever: In a letter to a young physician.5597ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The drop and pill of Mr. Ward, consider'd: as well in respect to their composition, as their operation and effects. ... In an epistle to Dr. James Jurin, ... from Daniel Turner, ...Turner, Daniel, 1667-1741.5598ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An inquiry into the original production of insects in human bodies, especially of the seminal animalcula; and whether these pass the testicular strainers, and are reposited in the seminal bladders in infants, or not till near puberty5599ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A letter to a lady on the mode of conducting herself during pregnancy: Also on the management of the infant.Brown, Sarah, fl. 1777-1779.5600ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A new analysis of the Bristol waters: together with the cause of the diabetes and hectic. And their cure, as it results from those waters, experimentally consider'd. ... By John Shebbeare, ...Shebbeare, John, 1709-1788.5601ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on respiration, and the use of the blood. By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. Read at the Royal Society, Jan. 25, 1776Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804.5602ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick; ...Hill, John, 1714?-1775.5603ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Rules and orders of the General Infirmary at LeedsGeneral Infirmary at Leeds.5604ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the composition, use, and effects of the extract of lead of Mr. Goulard, and of his vegeto-mineral water. By G. Arnaud,Arnaud de Ronsil, Georges, 1698-1774.5605ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise concerning the small-pox: In which a plain and easy method of curing that disease under its most direful symptoms, is discover'd. ... In a letter, written in the year 1716, to the learned Dr. John Bateman, ... by F. Bellinger, ...Bellinger, Francis, d. 1721.5606ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The present uncertainty in the knowledge of med'cines, in a letter to the physicians in the Commission for sick and wounded seamen. With a postscript to physicians, shewing the necessity of a true theory of diseases. By W. Corkburn, M.D.Cockburn, W. (William), 1669-1739.5607ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of the plague. Being an instruction how one ought to act, in relation, I. To apparel ... II. To diet. III. To antidotes ... IV. To such medicines, as are necessary ... By Eugenius Philalethes, junSamber, Robert.5608ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The practice of purging and vomiting medicines, according to Dr. Cockburn's solution of his problem; with tables shewing their doses in particular ages and constitutions. Inscrib'd to the learned Dr. Garth, F.R.S. by W. Cockburn, M.DCockburn, W. (William), 1669-1739.5609ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A tract upon indigestion and the hypochondriac disease: with the method of cure, and a new remedy or medicine recommended. By James Rymer, ...Rymer, James, fl. 1770-1833.5610ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse concerning the action of the sun and moon on animal bodies; and the influence which this may have in many diseases. By Richard Mead, M.D. ... In two partsMead, Richard, 1673-1754.5611ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short discourse concerning pestilential contagion: and the methods to be used to prevent it. By Richard Mead, ...Mead, Richard, 1673-1754.5612ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Experiments on the nervous system: with opium and metalline substances; made chiefly with the view of determining the nature and effects of animal electricity. By Alexander Monro, ...Monro, Alexander, 1733-1817.5613ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An explanation of the figure of anatomy: wherein the circulation of the blood is made visible, through glass veins and arteries, with the actions of the heart and lungs; ... Adorned with a copper-plate, ...5614ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A discourse on the nature, causes, and cure of corpulency. Illustrated by a remarkable case, read before the Royal Society, November 1757. And now first published, by Malcolm Flemyng, M.DFlemyng, Malcolm, d. 1764.5615ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The certain method to know the disease: A lecture address'd to students in physic.Rudd, Sayer, d. 1757.5616ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise of incurable diseases: containing I. An essay on the proper means to reduce the number of incurables. II. An attempt to settle a just notion of incurable in physick. III. A specimen of a rational method to discover the cures of reputed incurable diseases. By P. Shaw, M.DShaw, Peter, 1694-1763.5617ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on cutaneous diseases, and all impurities of the skin. Proposing a specific, and, method of cure. By John Gowland,Gowland, John, d. 1776.5618ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An enquiry into the exility of the vessels in a human body: wherein animal identity is explained, and shewn incommunicable to any individual throughout the whole species. By Clifton Wintrinham, jun.Wintringham, Clifton, 1689-1748.5619ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise on the virtues and efficacy of a crust of bread: eat early in a morning fasting, to which are added some particular remarks concerning the great cures accomplished by the saliva or fasting spittle, ... By Nicholas Robinson, ...Robinson, Nicholas, 1697?-1775.5620ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fool of quality: or, the history of Henry Earl of Moreland. In four volumes. By Mr. Brooke. [pt.1]Brooke, Henry, 1703?-1783.5621ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fool of quality: or, the history of Henry Earl of Moreland. In four volumes. By Mr. Brooke. [pt.2]Brooke, Henry, 1703?-1783.5622ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fool of quality: or, the history of Henry Earl of Moreland. In four volumes. By Mr. Brooke. [pt.3]Brooke, Henry, 1703?-1783.5623ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fool of quality: or, the history of Henry Earl of Moreland. In four volumes. By Mr. Brooke. [pt.4]Brooke, Henry, 1703?-1783.5624ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fool of quality: or, the history of Henry Earl of Moreland. In four volumes. By Mr. Brooke. [pt.5]Brooke, Henry, 1703?-1783.5625ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The nature of inoculation explained, and its merits stated: in an essay, intended to supply what appeared still wanting to clear up that subject. ...Barker, John, b. 1730.5626ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some reasons why the practice of inoculation ought to be introduced into the town of Bury at presentHartley, David, 1705-1757.5627ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.1]Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781.5628ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.2]Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781.5629ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?5630ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?5631ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?5632ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The necessity and usefulness of the dispensaries lately set up by the College of Physicians in London, for the use of the sick poor. Together with an answer to all the objections rais'd against them by the apothecaries, or others5633ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A short treatise of the virtues of Dr. Bateman's pectoral drops: the nature of the distempers they cure, and the manner of their operation. Publish'd by the King's letters patents under the Great Seal of Great Britain.Okell, Benjamin.5634ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumvirate: or, the authentic memoirs of A. B. and C. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.5635ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumvirate: or, the authentic memoirs of A. B. and C. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Griffith, Richard, d. 1788.5636ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some account of the medicinal water, near Tewkesbury: with thoughts on the use and diseases of the lymphatic glands. In a letter to Edward Johnstone, M.D. ... by James Johnstone, M.D. ...Johnstone, James, 1730?-1802.5637ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Proposals for recovering persons apparently dead by drowning and suffocation from other causes. Published by order of the Governors of the DispensaryNewcastle upon Tyne (England). Dispensary.5638ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A generous discovery of many curious and useful medicines and preparations, both in physic, chymistry, cookery, and stiffenry; as a drink for the small pox, ... To be had at Mrs. Hey's near the Wax-candle in St. Andrew's NorwichHey, Mrs.5639ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A practical display of the philosophical system called animal magnetism, in which is explained different modes of treating, with some medical observations on the diseases of the human body,5640ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on Dr. Boerhaave's Theory of the attrition of the blood in the lungs. By Samuel Musgrave,Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780.5641ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The lues venerea, rationally handled, in its original cause: with its cure. By J. A. surgeon.Atkins, John, 1685-1757.5642ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The great advantage of the use of the bark in mortifications. With several additions. By John Rushworth, surgeonRushworth, John, 1669-1736.5643ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The singular case of a lady, who had the small-pox during pregnancy; and who communicated the same disease to the foetus: By W. Lynn, Surgeon. As read at the Royal Society in February 1786.Lynn, William, 1753-1837.5644ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A rational account of the causes of chronic diseases: ... By John Morland, M.D.Morland, John, M.D.5645ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The virtues and excellency of the American tobacco plant, for cure of diseases, and preservation of health: and the noxious qualities of the tobacco growing in Northern countries5646ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on somnambulism, or sleep-walking: produced by animal electricity and magnetism. As well as by sympathy, &c. As performed by the Rev. John Bell, ...Fournel, M. (Jean-François), 1745-1820.5647ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of a most efficacious medicine for soreness, weakness, and several other distempers of the eyes: By Sir Hans Sloane, ...Sloane, Hans, Sir, 1660-1753.5648ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An oration on the utility of public infirmaries: Occasioned by the opening of the Radcliffe Infirmary at Oxford. By Joseph Bromehead, ...Bromehead, Joseph, b. 1747 or 8.5649ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses, of the mineral water at Nottington, near Weymouth, Dorset. By John Crane, ... With a view of the well, in it's present stateCrane, John, physician at Dorchester.5650ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation on the King's evil: with some account of a medicine which ... has cured many of that disorder, ... and has been found effectual in other complaints, ... To which are added, the cases of many persons who have been cured, and a proposal highly meriting the consideration of the public.5651ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Practical hints on opium considered as a poison: By R. Hamilton, ...Hamilton, Robert, 1749-1830.5652ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The following observations on the method of curing burns and scalds. are offered by the author, for the benefit of the public5653ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the formation, structure, and use of the teeth: With a supplement, ... By Mayer Lewis, ...Lewis, Mayer.5654ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A dissertation concerning misletoe: a most wonderful specifick remedy for the cure of convulsive distempers. ... By Sir John Colbatch, ...Colbatch, John, Sir, 1670-1729.5655ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A pill to purge the dispensary doctors: or, a cure for the present state of physick.5656ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some reasons given against an opinion that a person infected with the small-pox may be cured by antidote without incurring the distemper: ... By Thomas Frewen, M.D.Frewen, Thomas, 1704-1791.5657ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France: in the year 1795; with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, ... by R. T. Crosfeild, M.D.Crosfeild, Robert Thomas, 1759-1802.5658ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?5659ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800?5660ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Longsword, Earl of Salisbury: An historical romance. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Leland, Thomas, 1722-1785.5661ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Longsword, Earl of Salisbury: An historical romance. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Leland, Thomas, 1722-1785.5662ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fair Hibernian: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]5663ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The fair Hibernian: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]5664ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay for reforming the modern way of practising medicine in Edinburgh: wherein it is proved, that the foreign method of paying physicians with small fees at a time, would be of great benefit to the nation, ...5665ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay concerning the outward and salutary application of oils on the human body: By the Rev. William Martin Trinder, MD.Trinder, William Martin.5666ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The poor man's medicine chest: or, Thompson's box of antibilious alterative [sic] pills. With a few brief remarks on the stomach; ... By John-Weeks Thompson, ...Thompson, John-Weeks.5667ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A mechanical enquiry into the nature, causes, seat, and cure of the diabetes: With an explication of the most remarkable symptoms.5668ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of a new method of treating fractured legs: Read before the Royal Society of London, on February 12, 1767. To which is prefixed a letter on that subject ...Sharp, William, fl. 1766-1767.5669ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The various kinds of the heart or rather stomach-pain: considered by Peter von Sarn, ...Sarn, Peter van, d. 1766.5670ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The life of John Buncle: Esq; containing various observations and reflections, made in several parts of the world, and many extraordinary relations. [pt.2]Amory, Thomas, 1691?-1788?5671ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Directions for the medicine chest5672ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The parent's assistant; or, stories for children. Part I. Containing, The Little Dog Trusty; OR, The Liar And Boy Of Truth. The Orange Man; OR, The Honest Boy And The Thief. Tarlton. Lazy Lawrence. The False Key: and Barring-Out. To which is prefixed, an address to parents.Edgeworth, Maria, 1767-1849.5673ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the extraordinary medicinal fluid, called æther: By M. Turner, ...Turner, Matthew, d. ca. 1788.5674ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumph of prudence over passion: or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald. By the authoress of Emeline. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]Authoress of Emeline.5675ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The triumph of prudence over passion: or, the history of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald. By the authoress of Emeline. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]Authoress of Emeline.5676ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Statutes of the Maiden Hospital: founded by the company of merchants of Edinburgh, and Mary Erskine.Maiden Hospital (Edinburgh, Scotland)5677ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A vindication of the forceps described and recommended by Dr. Leake: in which, the injudicious and illiberal remarks on that subject, signed Thomas Denman, are examined and refuted. By a late pupil of Dr. Leake's.Late pupil of Dr. Leake's.5678ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The guardian goddess of health: or, the whole art of preventing and curing diseases; and of enjoying peace and hapiness of body and of mind to the longest possible period of human existence: with precepts for the preservation and exaltation of personal beauty and loveliness. To which is added, an account of the composition, preparation, and properties of the three great medicines prepared and dispensed at the Temple of Health, Adelphi, and at the Temple of Hymen, Pall-Mall, London. By James Graham, M.D.This book is of so much real importance to the health and happiness of each individual among the public, that tho' it contains more matter or reading than most two shilling pamphlets, it is ordered to be sold for only two pence; - a price very inadequate to the prime cost of the paper, printing, distribution, &c. But salus populi suprema lex est!Graham, James, 1745-1794.5679ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An account of the method of obtaining a perfect or radical cure of the hydrocele: or watry rupture, by means of a seton. By Percival Pott, ...Pott, Percivall, 1714-1788.5680ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay on the retroversion of the uterus: illustrated with cases and observations. By William Cockell, ...Cockell, William.5681ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Some observations concerning the plague: occasioned by, and with some reference to the late ingenious discourse of the learned Dr. Mead, concerning pestilential contagion, and the methods to prevent it. By a well-wisher to the publick.Well-wisher to the publick.5682ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Analysis of Belloste's pills: and their manner of operating in the human body, by the author himself; ...Belloste, Augustin, 1654-1730.5683ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The remarkable effects of fixed air in mortifications of the extremities: To which is added, the history of some worm-cases. By John Harrison, surgeon, ...Harrison, John, fl. 1784-1792.5684ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Remarks on Dr. Leake's paper on the use of his forcepsDenman, Thomas, 1733-1815.5685ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the increased population, healthiness, &c. of the town of MaidstoneHowlett, John, 1731-1804.5686ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Observations on the effects of sea water in the scurvy and scrophula: in which a new theory of those diseases is attempted; ... By William Logan.Logan, William, 1747-1772.5687ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A treatise on the gout: in which the cause is first briefly assigned, and secondly an effectual and certain cure is pointed out. By Arentius Ferdinand Lambrechts, M.D.Lambrechts, Arentius Ferdinand.5688ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Sketch for a medical educationLind, James, 1736-1812.5689ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
An essay to instruct women how to protect themselves in a state of pregnancy: ... also, some observations on the treatment of children, which ... may ward off dangerous diseases, ... By Mrs. Wright, ...Wright, Mrs.,5690ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
The case of the surgeons of LondonRoyal College of Surgeons of England.5691ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
A rational account of the cause, nature, and cure of gleets: and other such weaknesses usually attending persons after former cures, self-abuses, &c. By the author of the Practical scheme. This book is given gratis only at the four following places, and no where else, viz. up one pair of stairs, between the Rose Tavern and the pamphlet shop, at the sign of the celebrated anodyne necklace, ... And (for the convenience of seafaring persons) at the Indian handkercher facing the New Stairs in Wapping. ...Author of The practical scheme.5692ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0
Plain directions for the treatment of wounds in general: With methods of stopping violent bleedings in cases of large wounds ... to which are added remarks on suspended animation, ... By Bernard Ogden, ...Ogden, Bernard, b. 1767.5693ECCOfreevisibleCC BY-SA 3.0