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39137: [BARNARD (Sir John)] - Considerations on the Proposal for Reducing the Interest of the National Debt.
39126: [STILLINGFLEET (Edward)] - Ecclesiastical Cases Relating to the Duties and Rights of the Parochial Clergy, Stated and Resolved According to the Principles of Conscience and Law.
39109: [EASTWICK (William Joseph)] - Speech of Captain Eastwick, at a Special Court of Proprietors, held at the East India House, on the 20th of January, 1858. With Notes.
39107: [BROUGHHAM (Henry)] - Orders in Council; or, an Examination of the Justice, legality and policy of the new system of commercial regulations. With an appendix of State Papers, Statute and authorities.
39103: [RICHARDSON (Robert)] - The Attorney's Practice in the Court of King's Bench: or, an introduction to the knowledge of the practice of that Court, as it now stands under the Regulation of several late Acts of Parliament, Rules and Determinations of the said Court: with Variety of useful and curious Precedents in English, settled or drawn by Counsel; and a complete Index to the whole. By a gentleman of the Inner Temple.
39102: [RICHARDSON (Robert)] - The Attorney's Practice in the Court of Common Pleas: or, an introduction to the knowledge of the practice of that Court,... with variety of useful and curious precedents in English,... By the author of The attorney's practice in the Court of King's Bench.
39100: [LOFTUS (William Robert)] - The Wine and Spirit Merchant. A Familiar Treatise on the Art of Making Wine; with Introductory Remarks on Ancient and Modern Wines, and the Nature and Soil of Wine-Producing Countries, with a Copious Appendix, Containing the Names and Characters of all known Wines.
39733: [MALLET (David)] - Amyntor and Theodora: or, The Hermit. A Poem. In Three Cantos.
39087: [KENNEDY (John)] - Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. J— H— [Sir John Hill] Inspector-General of Great Britain. In a series of Letters from a Gentleman in Town to his Friend in the Country. With occasional hints relative to a Parallel Performance of a certain noble Earl [John Boyle, Earl of Orrery.]
39088: [CUMBERLAND (Richard)] - A Letter to the Right Reverend The Lord Bishop of 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 demonstrated.
39071: [SCOTT (Thomas)] - The substance of a public discussion between Mr. Carlile, and a Dissenting Minister : occasioned by some remarks made by Mr. Carlile, in his lecture on theology, delivered at the Free Mason's Arms, Norwich, April 23rd, 1834.
39057: [SHARP (Sir Cuthbert)] - The Bishoprick Garland, or a Collection of Legends Songs Ballads Etc Belonging to the County of Durham.
39010: [PERCEVAL (Sir John)] - Faction Detected, by the Evidence of Facts. Containing an Impartial View of Parties at Home, and Affairs Abroad.
38996: [PUSELEY (Daniel)] - The Rise and Progress of Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand. In which will be found a colonial directory; increase and habits of population; tables of revenue and expenditure. gathered from authentic sources, official documents, and personal observation in each of the colonies, cities and provinces enumerated. By an Englishman. (5th thousand.)
38990: [PHILIP (I.G.)] - Gold-Tooled Bookbindings.
38973: [WALPOLE (Horatio, 1st Baron Walpole)] - The Case of the Hessian Forces, in the Pay of Great - Britain, Impartially and Freely Examin'd; with Some Reflections on the Present Conjuncture of Affairs. In Answer to a Late Pamphlet, Intitled, Considerations on the Present State of Affairs, &c.
38938: [HARBIN (George] - The Hereditary Right of the Crown of England asserted; the History of the Succession since the Conquest clear'd; and the true English Constitution vindicated from the Misrepresentations of Dr. Higden's View and Defence. Wherein some Mistakes also of our Common Historians are rectify'd;...... By a Gentleman.
39401: [GARDINER (C. H.)] - The Annals of the Twelfth East Suffolk Regiment. By C. H. G.
39766: [WHEATLEY Major J. M.)] - History of the Dorsetshire Regiment, 1914-1919 [Part I: The Regular Battalions Part II: The Territorial Battalions Part III: The Service Battalions.]
39876: [CLIVE (Caroline)] - IX poems by V: with an introduction on Mrs. Archer Clive.
38921: [MARTIN (T.)] - A Catalogue of a Valuable Portion of the Library of a Gentleman, Deceased. Among them are a Fine Collection of the Delphini Classics, in red morocco, gilt leaves, also the Philosophical Transactions, in ditto. Which will be Sold by Auction...
38896: [BAUDRIER (Henri)] - Bibliographie Lyonnaise au XVe Siecle.
38888: [HUDDESFORD (George)] - Salmagundi; A Miscellaneous Combination of Original Poetry: consisting of illusions of fancy; amatory, elegiac, lyrical, epigrammatical, and other palatable ingredients.
38875: [FRENCH (Gilbert J.) Editor.] - Bibliographical Notices of the Church Libraries at Turton and Gorton, Bequeathed by Humphrey Chetham.
38850: [LLOYD (Charles)] - An examination of the principles and boasted disinterestedness of a late right honourable gentleman. In a Letter from an Old Man of Business, to a Noble Lord. London: Printed for J. Almon, 1766. First edition, 8vo, 34, [2]pp., with final advert leaf, single worm pinhole to lower blanks margins, disbound. [Sold with:] Short Considerations upon some late Extraordinary Grants and other Particulars of a late Patriot's Conduct.
38849: [COTES (Humphrey)] - An Enquiry into the Conduct of a Late Right Honourable Commoner.
38848: [LLOYD (Charles)] - A True History of a Late Short Administration.
39880: [FITZGERALD (Thomas)] - Poems on Several Occasions.
38842: [JAMES (George Payne Rainsford)] - Henry Masterton; or the Adventures of a Young Cavalier. By the Author of "Richelieu," "Darnley," &c.
38841: [JAMES (George Payne Rainsford)] - Mary of Burgundy; or, the Revolt of Ghent. By the Author of "Darnley," "Richilieu," "Henry Masterton," etc.
39105: [ROLLESTON (Samuel)] - Oinos Krithinos. A Dissertation Concerning the Origin and Antiquity of Barley Wine.
38831: [DANIEL (John Henry) & HENWOOD (G.)] - A Great Mine Conference. The Gwennap Bal Boys. The Prechen Cappen. The Fox outwitted by a Cock. A Legend of St. Germans. Dialogue about India, China, Railways, and Unions. The Poor Man and his Parish Church. [stories and verse].
39884: [WEBBER (Samuel)] - A Short Account of the State of our Woollen Manufacturies, from the Peace of Ryswick to this Time. Shewing, their Former Flourishing, and their Present Ruinous Condition; and that they always flourished when France could not get our Wool, but declined in Proportion to the Quantities of Wool Exported to them. To which is added an Effectual Scheme to prevent the Exportation of our Wool, by an Universal Registry.
39886: [MacAULAY (Alexander)] - Property Inviolable: or, some Remarks upon a Pamphlet entituled, Prescription Sacred [which states that the clergy of Ireland have no legal right to the tithe of agistment].
38768: [MORE (Hannah)] - The History of Tom White, the Postillion. In Two Parts.
39887: [PULTENEY (William, Earl of Bath)] - A review of the excise-scheme; in answer to a pamphlet, intitled The rise and fall of the late projected excise, impartially considered. With Some Proper Hints to the electors of Great Britain.
38760: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Harvest Home. Sunday Reading.
38759: [MORE (Hannah)] - The History of Hester Wilmot. In Two Parts. Being a Continuation of the Sunday School.
38755: [JENNER (Thomas)] - Albert Durer Revived: Or, a Book of Drawing, Limning, Washing, or Colouring of Maps and Prints: and the art of painting, with the names and mixtures of colours used by the picture-drawers. With directions how to lay and paint pictures upon glass. Or, The young-man's time well spent. In which he hath the ground-work to make him fit for doing any thing by hand, when he is able to draw well. By the use of this work, you may draw all parts of a man,... And directions for birds, beasts, landskps, ships, and the like. Moreover, grounds to lay silver or gold upon,... and how to varnish it when you have done. How also to diaper and shadow things, and to heighten them to stand off; to deepen them, and make them glister. In this book you have the necessary instruments for drawing, and the use of them, and how to make artificial pastiles to draw withal. and also directions how to draw with Indian-ink: wherein you have also Mr. Hollar's receipt for etching, with instructions how to use it. Very useful for all handicrafts, and ingenious gentlemen and youths. By Hammer and hand all arts do stand.
39911: [MACGOWAN (Rev. John)] - Infernal Conference; or Dialogues of Devils, Concerning the Many Vices which Abound in the Social, Civil and Religious World.
39916: [FITZGERALD (Edward) translator.] - Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, The Astronomer-Poet of Persia. Translated into English Verse.
39187: [STEVENSON (John Hall)] - Makarony Fables. Fables for Grown Gentlemen. By the Author of "Crazy Tales".
38611: [DORSET (Catherine Ann)] - The Peacock "At Home," by a Lady. To which is added the Butterfly's Ball; an Original Poem by Mr. [William] Roscoe.
38598: [FARDELL (John George)] - Sprotbrough; or, a Few Passing Notes for a Morning's Ramble.
38575: [HOLLES (Denzil, Baron Holles)] - Memoirs of Denzil Lord Holles, Baron of Ifield in Sussex, From the Year 1641, to 1648.
38572: [FLETCHER (W. Y.)] - English Bookbindings. [Article extracted from 'The Portfolio.']
38539: [TRUSLER (John), BEWICK (Thomas)] - The Progress of Man and Society. Illustrated by upwards of One Hundred and Twenty Cuts. Opening the eyes, and unfolding the mind of youth gradually. By the Rev. Dr. Trusler, Author of Hogarth Moralized, Proverbs Exemplified, &c. &c.
39960: [MORGAN (McNamara)] - The causidicade. A panegyri-satiri-serio-comic-dramatical poem. On the strange resignation, and stranger-promotion. By Porcupinus Pelagius.
38534: [HOWITT (William) & (Mary)] - The Ruined Castles of North Wales. With Photograpic Illustrations by Bedford, Sedgfield and Ambrose.
38500: [CURRIE (James)] - A Letter, Commercial and Political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general State of Europe....... By Jasper Wilson, Esq.
38450: [SACKVILLE (Lord George)] - The Conduct of a Late Noble Commander, candidly considered. With a view to expose the Misrepresentations of the Anonymous Author of the Two Letters Addressed to His L-p; To place the Controversy on a Foundation supported by Facts; to state the Difficulties, which obstruct a public Inquiry; and to propose a Method of removing Them.
38452: [STONE (George)] - A letter from a p**m**e in I**l**d to a certain great man, who was out of town on the first of August last.
38449: [STEELE (Sir Richard)] - A Letter to the Earl of O----d, concerning the Bill of Peerage. By Sir R-----d S-----le.
38447: [ROBINSON (Nicholas)] - 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 great Cures accomplished by the Saliva, or Fasting-Spittle, as well when externally applied, as when internally given, in the Scurvy, Gravel, Stone, Rheumatism, and divers other diseases, arising from obstructions. By A Physician.
38446: [WAGSTAFFE (William)] - A Letter from the Facetious Dr. Andrew Tripe at Bath, to his Loving Brother the Profound Greshamite [John Woodward], shewing, That the Scribendi Cacoethes is a Distemper arising from a Redundancy of Biliose Salts, and not to be Eradicated, but by a Diurnal Course of Oyls and Vomits. With an Appendix of Socrates his Clyster, and The Use of Clean Linnen in Controversy.
38445: [SACKVILLE (Lord George)] - A Parallel between the Two Trials of Lord George Sackville, lately published. Pointing out their Difference: With Occasional remarks. In which The Evidence and Matter are compared and canvassed, and a Light thrown upon the Whole process.
38443: [SACKVILLE (Lord George)] - The Lordship's Apology.
39975: [PORTLAND (William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke)] - A Defence of some Proceedings lately depending in Parliament To render more effectual The Act for quieting the Possession of the Subject, commonly called the Nullum Tempus Act. With an appendix, Containing an Affidavit in the Court of Exchequer, concerning a Spoliation which has happened among the public Records relative to the Title of certain Estates belonging to the Duke of Portland, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury to Sir James Lowther.
38439: [TOWNSHEND (Charles)] - A Defence of the Minority in the House of Commons, on the Question Relating to General Warrants.
39977: [PORTLAND (William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke)] - The Case of His Grace the Duke of Portland. Respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury, to Sir James Lowther, Bart. With observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject.
39978: [PORTLAND (William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, 3rd Duke)] - The Case of His Grace the Duke of Portland. Respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the Treasury, to Sir James Lowther, Bart. With observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject. London: Printed for J. Almon, 1768. Seventh edition, small 8vo, [2], 5-53, [1], 4pp., without half-title. [Bound with:] [ADAIR (James)] Observations on the Power of Alienation in the Crown before the First of Queen Anne, Supported by Precedents and The Opinions of many learned Judges. Together with some remarks on the conduct of administration respecting the case of the Duke of Portland.
39979: [ADAIR (James)] - Observations on the Power of Alienation in the Crown before the First of Queen Anne, Supported by precedents and The Opinions of many learned Judges. Together with some remarks on the conduct of administration respecting the case of the Duke of Portland.
38414: [MAUDUIT (Israel)] - Considerations on the Present German War.
38416: [DOUGLAS (John)] - The Conduct of a Noble Lord Scrutinized. By a volunteer who was near his Person from the 28th of July, to the 2d of August, 1759.
38410: [BRAMSTON (James)] - The Art of Politicks in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry.
38406: [O'BRYEN (Denis)] - Remarks upon the Report of a Peace, in consequence of Mr. Secretary Townshend's Letter to the Lord Mayor of London, Bank Diectors, &c. By the Author of the Defence of the Earl of Shelburne.
38404: [FOX (Charles James) & PITT (William)] - Fox and Pitt's Speeches in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, June 8, 1784. These speeches (which are an abridgement of all the arguments of both parties, upon (the business of the Westminster scrutiny, and contain the accusation of government by the former, and the defence of it by the latter leader ) are preceded by a brief impartial detail of the progress and proceedings in this affair, from the close of the poll to the determination of the House of Commons, comprehending in the whole a body of information, which will enable the plainest understanding to form a decisive opinion upon a question of the very first moment to every citizen of this country.
38401: [CONWAY ( Henry Seymour)] - The Military Arguments, in the Letter to a Right Honourable Author, Fully Considered, by an Officer.
38402: [POTTER (Thomas)] - The Reply of the Country Gentleman to the Answer of his Military Arguments, by the Officer.
38403: [CONWAY ( Henry Seymour)] - The Officer's Answer to the Country Gentleman's Reply.
38394: [POTTER (Thomas)] - The Expedition Against Rochefort Fully Stated and Considered. In a Letter to the Right Honourable the Author of the Candid Reflections on the Report of the General Officers &c.
38393: [FOX (Henry, 1st Baron Holland)] - Candid Reflections on the Report (as Published by Authority) of the General-Officers, appointed by his Majesty's Warrant of the First of November last, to enquire into the causes of the failure of the late expedition to the coasts of France. In a letter to a friend in the country.
38384: [LYTTELTON (George Lyttelton, Baron)] - Considerations upon the present State of our Affairs, at Home and Abroad in a Letter to a Member of Parliament from a Friend in the Country.
38380: [LYTTELTON (George Lyttelton, Baron)] - Considerations upon the present State of our Affairs, at Home and Abroad in a Letter to a Member of Parliament from a Friend in the Country.
38381: [FOX (Charles James)] - The Speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on the Irish resolutions, on Thursday, May 12, 1785. To which is added, an authentic copy of the resolutions, as originally proposed and now altered by Mr. Chancellor Pitt.
38369: [FITZWILLIAM (Charles William Wentworth Fitzwilliam, 5th Earl)] - Address to the People Landowners of England, on the Corn Laws. By Viscount Milton.
38363: [DOUGLAS (Sir Howard)?] - The Crisis of Spain.
38326: [MACDONELL (Alexander R.)] - Vindication of the "Clanronald or Glengary" against the attacks made upon them in the Inverness Journal [by A. R. Macdonell] and some recent printed Performances. With remarks as to the descent of the Family who style themselves "Of Clanronald." [with an appendix].
38309: [CANNING (George)] - Corrected Report of the Speech of the Right Hon. George Canning, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, May 6th. on Mr. Lambton's motion for a censure on Mr. Canning's embassy to Lisbon.
38300: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Cottage Cook; or, Mrs. Jones's Cheap Dishes; Shewing the Way to do much Good with little Money.
38284: [GrIGGS (W.)] - 147 Examples of Armorial Book Plates. From Various Collections. (Second Series).
38279: [CAREW (Bamfylde Moore)] - The King of the Beggars; or, the History of Bamfylde Moore Carew; who was the son of a Gentleman near Plymouth, and ran away from his father and joined a gang of Gipsies, detailing the numerous tricks and impositions practised by him in various disguises.
38251: [PILKINGTON (Mrs. Mary)] - Tales of the Hermitage; Written for the Instruction and Amusement of the Rising Generation.
38249: [BUDDEN (Maria Elizabeth)] - A Key to Knowledge; or, Things in Common Use. Simply and shortly explained in a series of dialogues. Written by a mother.
38247: [FOTHERGILL (John)] - A Letter to a Friend in the Country, Relative to the Intended School, at Ackworth, in Yorkshire.
38238: [GOUGH (John)] - A Collection of Narrative Pieces from Ancient and Modern History. With a Short Introduction to Geography. For the Use of the Lower Classes of English Scholars in the School at Prospect Hill.
38234: [BOLINGBROKE (Viscount Henry St John)] - A Letter to Sir William Windham. II. Some reflections on the present state of the nation. III. A letter to Mr. Pope. By the late Right Honorable Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke.
38228: [AIKIN (John) & BARBAULD (Anna Laetitia, Aikin)] - Evenings at Home; or, the Juvenile Budget Opened. Consisting of a Variety of Miscellaneous Pieces, for the Intruction and Amusement of Young Persons.
38213: [HONE (William)] - The Queen's Matrimonial Ladder, a National Toy, with Fourteen Step Scenes; and Illustrations in Verse.
40034: [MORE (Hannah)] - A New Christmas Tract; or, The right way of rejoicing at Christmas : shewing the reasons we have for joy at the event of our Saviour's birth : in which also a description is given of the dreadful state the world was in before his coming : with some remarks suited to the times in which we live.
40035: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Death of Christ; or, Tract for Good Friday.
38188: [LANGLAND (William)] - Pierce the Ploughman's Crede.
40037: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Riot; on half a loaf is better than the bread. In a dialogue between Jack Anvil and Tom Hod. To the Tune of "a Cobler there was," &c.
40038: [MORE (Hannah)] - Patient Joe: Wild Robert: Dan and Jane: and the Gin-Shop.
38179: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - Rural Oeconomy: or, Essays on the Practical Parts of Husbandry. Designed to explain several Methods of conducting different Farms; Including Hints to Gentlemen Farmers relative to the oeconomical Management of their Business. Containing, among other Enquiries, Of that Proportioned Farm, which is the most profitable. Of the best Method of conducting Farms that consist all of Grass, or all of Arable Land. Of the means of keeping the Year round the most Cattle on a given Quantity of Land. The Oeconomical Conduct of Gentlemen Farmers. Of the cheapest Way of manuring Land. Of the comparative Profit of Farming different Soils. Of the New Husbandry...
38177: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - The Farmer's Letters to the People of England: containing the sentiments of a practical husbandman, on various subjects of great Importance: Particularly The Exportation of Corn. The Balance of Agriculture and Manufactures. The present State of Husbandry. The Circumstances attending large and small Farms The present state of the Poor. The Prices of Provisions. The Proceedings of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, &c. The Importance of Timber and Planting. Emigrations to the Colonies. The Means of promoting the Agriculture and Population of Great-Britain, &c. To which are added, Sylv?: or, occasional tracts on husbandry and rural oeconomics.
40039: [MORE (Hannah)] - The General Resurrection, and Day of Judgment: being a description, taken from scripture, of some of the events which will come to pass at the end of the world.
38163: [WOMOCK (Laurence)] - Two treatises the first, proving both by history & record that the bishops are a fundamental and cssential [sic] part of our English Parliament: the second, that they may be judges in capital cases. [With:] Answer to the gentleman's letter to his friend: shewing that bishops may be judges in causes capital.
38127: [LABELYE (Charles)] - The Result of a Particular View of the North Level of the Fens Taken in August, 1745. London: Printed by C. and J. Ackers, 1748. First edition, 8vo (190 x 120 mm), 32pp., facsimile letter tipped-in, later quarter calf by Birdsall & Son, Northampton, slightly rubbed, red morocco spine label lettered in gilt. [Sold with:] ----. The Result of a View of the Great Level of the Fens, Taken at the Desire of His Grace the Duke of Bedford, &c. Governor, and the Gentlemen of the Corporation of the Fens, in July 1745.
40046: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Two Shoemakers. In Six Parts.
38123: [DUPIN (Baron Pierre Charles François)] - Voyages dans la Grande-Bretagne, Entrepris Relativement aux Services Publics de la Guerre, de la Marine, et des Ponts et Chaussées, en 1816, 1817, 1818 et 1819.
38104: [EVERETT (George)] - An Answer to Mr. Paschal's Letter to his Friend in the Countrey, Stating the Case of Mr. Parkhurst and himself, &c. Being a vindication of the House of Commons, against those Gentlemen Commissioners for Prizes...
38084: [BRODICK (Alan)] - The Speaker. A Poem Inscrib'd to Alan Brodrick, Esq; Speaker to the Honourable House of Commons, Met at Dublin, November the 25th, 1713. Before his Grace the Duke of Shrewsbury.
38080: [STEVENSON (John)] - Lectures on the Anatomy, Physiology, and Pathology of the Eye and Ear. By Mr. Stevenson, Oculist and Aurist to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, &c.
40054: [MATHEW (John)] - Certain Material and Useful Considerations about the Laws Positive, and Laws of Necessity, relating to the unhappy Distractions of the present Times.
40058: [MORE (Hannah)] - The History of Diligent Dick; or, Truth will Out, though it be hid in a Well.
40059: [MORE (Hannah)] - The History of Charles Jones, The Footman.
38021: [HEBER (Revd. Reginald)] - A Ballad by the Revd. Reginald Heber Late Bishop of Calcutta. [An old and approved Receipt for Raising the Devil founded on Tradition and now offered to the Public by an Amateur of the Black Arte.]
37995: [WHATLEY (Robert)] - A Letter to the Lords and Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled; containing, a state of the cause between the Right Honourable Sir Robert Walpole and Mr Whatley, as It now lies at Issue in the Hands of the Members of the most Honourable the Privy-Council, by Mr Whatley's most humble Appeal to his Majesty, in the Cause between Them.
37990: [POUCHOT DE CHANTASSIN (Claude-Michel)] - A New Voyage to the East-Indies in the Years 1690 and 1691. Being a full description of the isles of Maldives, Cocos, Andamants, and the Isle of Ascention; and all the forts and garrisons now in possession of the French, with an account of the customs, manners, and habit of the Indians. By Monsieur Duquesne. To which is added, a new description of the Canary Islands, Cape Verd, Senegal and Gambia, &c. Illustrated with sculptures, together with a new map of the Indies, and another of the Canaries. Done into English from the Paris edition.
37949: [LA MARCHE (Olivier de)] - Le parement et triumphes des dames. Est appelle ce plaisant nouveau livre. Prenez le en gre ainsi que je le livre pour recepvoir salut de corps et dames. Bibliothique Gothique.
37947: [CLIFFORD (J.)] - The Botanical Pocket-Book; with Observations on some of the Rarer Plants Growing in the Neighbourhood of Tunbridge Wells.
40072: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Two Soldiers.
40074: [WIGHT (Thomas)] - A History of the Rise and Progress of the People called Quakers in Ireland, from the year 1653 to 1700. Exhibiting their labours in the gospel, their zeal in the promotion of Christian discipline and sufferings for conscience-sake: together with the characters and spiritual experiences of some of their principal ministers and elders, and other occurrences. First compiled, at the request of their national meeting, by Thomas Wight of Cork. Now revised and enlarged. To which is added, a continuation of the same history to the year of our Lord 1751. With an introduction describing summarily the apostacy of the professors of Christianity from the primitive simplicity and purity through its several stages, and the gradual reformation from thence. And a treatise of the Christian discipline exercised among the said People. By John Rutty.
40075: [MORE (Hannah)] - Sorrowful Sam; or, the Two Blacksmiths.
40076: [MORE (Hannah)] - Cheapside Apprentice; or, The history of Mr. Francis H****. Fully setting forth the danger of playing with edge-tools; shewing also, how a gay life may prove a short one; and that a merry evening may produce a sorrowful morning.
37906: [LEATHES (Matilda)] - Soimême. A Story of a Wilful Life.
37897: [WILSON (Daniel)] - A Defence of the Church Missionary Society against the Objections of the Rev. Josiah Thomas, M.A. Archdeacon of Bath. By a Clergyman.
37895: [CURWEN (John Christian)] - The President's Report to the Workington Agricultural Society. 1819. The Prosperity and Security of Great Britain.
37848: [PERKINS (William)] - A faithfull and plaine exposition vpon the two first verses of the second chapter of Zephaniah: by that late reuerend preacher of Gods word, Maister Perkins. Containing a povverfull exhortation to repentance: as also the manner how men in repentance are to search themselues. Preached at Sturbridge Faire, in the field; taken from his mouth: and afterwards diligently perused; and now published for the common good. By a preacher of the word. With a preface prefixed, touching the publishing of M. Perkins his Workes. And a catalogue of all such particulars thereof, as are to be expected.
40078: [GOODALL (Crispin)] - A Short History of the Book Jacket: Design, Function and Production.
37830: [MACONOCHIE (Allan) Lord Meadowbank] - Directions for preparing Manure from Peat [and] Instructions for Foresters.
37820: [ROSCOE (William)] - A Review of Mr. Roscoe's considerations on the causes of the present war, and the Expediency of a Peace with France.
39248: [HOLLAND (John)] - Wharncliffe, Wortley,and the Valley of the Don. Photographically Illustrated by Theophilus Smith.
37779: [BENNETT (F. W.)] - Geology of Leicestershire. Leicester School Board.
37778: [HUTCHINSON (John Hely)] - The Commercial Restraints of Ireland considered in a Series of Letters to a Noble Lord. Containing an Historical Account of the Affairs of that Kingdom, so far as they relate to this Subject.
37772: [YATES (William)] - The Book of Genesis and part of Exodus in Bengali. Translated from the Hebrew by the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries.
37759: [HOVENDEN (Robert)] - Genealogical Memoranda Relating to the Family of Hovenden. Privately Printed. Part I [all published].
37760: [LORRIS (Guillaume de) & MEUNG (Jean de)] - Le Rommant de la Rose Imprime a Paris. (Reproduction fac.-simile de l'edition Jehan Dupre, xv. siecle).
40084: [BURGOYNE (Montagu)] [PROSPECTUS]. - Dedicated by Permission to His Most Gracious Majesty. This day is published, Select Portions of the Psalms, with a Collection of Metrical Versions, by the most approved authors, and adapted to Music arranged and harmonized for one, two, or three voices, by Mr J. Macdonald Harris. The Profits of the Publication will be exclusively applied to the Support of the Infant School, and a School of Industry. Subscriptions received... where the Work may be seen...
40095: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Happy Waterman, to which is added, A Hymn of Praise, for an Abundant Harvest.
40108: [MORE (Hannah)] - Tis All for the Best.
37669: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - [Nautical dictionary: defining the technical language relative to the building and equipment of sailing vessels and steamers, seamanship, navigation, nautical astronomy, naval gunnery, maritime law and commerce, general and particular average and marine insurance, and other terms relating to maritime affairs.]
40109: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Lancashire Collier Girl. A true Story.
37659: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Lincoln; Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
37647: [HATSELL (John)] - A Collection of Cases of Privilege of Parliament, from the Earliest Records to the Year 1628. [Bound with:] Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons, under Separate Titles, with Observations. [Bound with:] Precedents of Proceedings in the House of Commons, under Separate Titles, with Observations. Volume III. Relating to Lords, and Supply.
37645: [MINERVA PRESS NOVEL. [HOFLAND (Mrs. Barbara)] - Says She to Her Neighbour, What? in Four Volumes. By an Old-Fashioned Englishman.
37630: [BRILLAT SAVARIN (Jean-Anthelme)] - Physiologie du Gout ou Méditations de gastronomie transcendante; ouvrage théorique, historique et à l'ordre du jour, dédié aux gastronomes parisiens par un professeur membre de plusieurs sociétés savantes.
37619: [JUKES (J. B.)] - An Illustrated Hand Book to Charnwood Forest; With an Appendix on the Geology of the District.
37601: [DORSET (Catherine Ann Turner)] - The Peacock "At Home." By a Lady. And Butterfly's Ball; an Original Poem. By Mr. Roscoe.
37553: [BERQUIN (Arnaud)] - The Looking-Glass for the Mind; or, Intellectual Mirror Being an Elegant Collection of the Most Delightul Little Stories and Interesting Tales Chiefly Translated from That Much Admired Work L'Ami Des Enfans. With seventy-four cuts, designed and engraved on wood, by I. Bewick.
40121: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Grave-Stone: The Lady and the Pye: or, know thyself; The Plum-cakes; or, the farmer and his three sons.
37468: [THOMAS (Hugh Owen)] - Contributions to Surgery and Medicine. Part I. Intestinal Disease and Obstruction.
40122: [MORE (Hannah)] - The Pilgrims: an Allegory.
37426: [WADDINGTON (Samuel Ferrand)] - Algernon Sidney's Address to the People of the United Kingdom.
37422: [DASHWOOD (James)] - Case of the Rector of Doddington.
37418: [SALUZZO (C. H.)] - Essai sur le Systeme Militaire de Bonaparte, suivi d'une courte notice sur la Révolution française, et le couronnement de sa majesté corse, par C.H.S.
37338: [SOMERVILLE (John Southey Somerville, Baron)] - Facts and Observations Relative to Sheep, Wool, Ploughs, and Oxen: in which the importance of improving the short-wooled breeds of sheep, by a mixture of the merino blood, is demonstrated from actual practice: Together with some remarks on the advantages which have been derived to the author's flock from the use of salt / by John, Lord Somerville.
37312: [PARIS DE MEYZIEU]. - Bibliotheca Parisiana. A Catalogue of a Collection of Books, Formed by a Gentleman in France, not less Conspicuous for his Taste in Distinguishing, than for his Zeal in Acquiring, whatever, of this kind, was most Perfect, Curious, or Scarce. It includes... Books Magnificently Printed on Vellum, with Illuminated Paintings; Manuscripts on Vellum, Embellished with Rich Miniatures... They will be Sold by Auction, in London, on Monday the 26th of March, 1791, and the Five Days Following.
39664: [JUN (J. C.)] - The United States and Canada, as seen by two brothers in 1858 and 1861.
39174: [VESEY (John) John Archbishop of Tuam] - A Sermon Preached at Windsor Before his Majesty, the Second Sunday after Easter, 1684.
40146: [LORRAIN DE VALLEMONT (Pierre)] - Curiosities of Nature and Art in Husbandry and Gardening. Containing several new experiments in the Improvement of Land, Trees, Fruits, &c. And also nice and useful Observations relating to the Vegetation and Propagation of Plants; with choice Secrets to make Plants, Flowers and Fruits larger, more beautiful, and to ripen earlier than usual. With several copper cuts.
37189: [TAYLOR (Jeremy)] - A Dissuasive from Popery. To the People of England and Ireland. Together with II. Additional Letters to Persons changed in their Religion. I. The first written to a Gentlewoman newly seduced to the Church of Rome. II. The second to a Person newly converted to the Church of England. By Jeremy Lord Bishop of Down.
37178: [JONES (Griffith)] - Cyfarwyddwr ffyddlon at Orseddfaingc y Grâs: sef, Ffurf o Weddiau i'w Harfer mewn teuluoedd foreu a hwyr. Gan weinidog annheilwng o Eglwys Loegr.
9397: [GIBSON (J.)] - The Bibliography of Robert Burns, with Biographical and Bibliographical Notes, and Sketches of Burns Clubs, Monuments and Statues.
39335: [MILLAR (John)] - Observations on the Practice in the Medical Department of the Westminster General Dispensary: Together with an arithmetical calculation of the comparative success of various establishments for the relief of the sick. By Order of the Governors.
37113: [ALLISON (Joseph)] - Allison's Picturesque Pocket Companion, Comprising a Succinct Descriptive Sketch of Whitby and its Neighbourhood, the Scenery, Gentlemen's Seats, the Railway, the Abbey, Churches, Castles, Rivers, Antiquities, Waterfalls, &c. In the North Riding of Yorkshire.
37107: [MOREAU (Simon)] - A Tour to Cheltenham Spa; or, Gloucestershire Display'd. Containing an account of Cheltenham, in its improved state; its mineral waters, public parks, amusements, environs &c. The Natural History of the County and City of Gloucester, and the towns of Cirnecester, Tetbury, Tewkesbury, Fairford &c and a correct itinerary from Cheltenham.
37109: [CHILCOTT (J.)] - Chilcott's New Guide to Bristol, Clifton and the Hotwells; With a Description of the Neighbouring Seats, Villages, &c. Illustrated with a Plan of Bristol, and a Map of the Country Eleven Miles Round.
37105: [DYDE (William) & JOHNSTONE (James)] - The History and Antiquities of Tewkesbury, From the Earliest Periods to the Present Time: Collected from Ancient Records and Other Authentic Materials: Tow Which is Added Some Account of the Medicinal Water near Tewkesbury.
39511: [RUDDIMAN (Thomas)] - Grammaticae Latinae Institutiones, facili, et ad puerorum captum accommodata, methodo perscriptae.
37094: [CAMPBELL (John)] - The Travels and Adventures of Edward Brown, Esq; Formerly a Merchant of London. Containing His Observations on France and Italy; His Voyage to the Levant; His Account of the Isle of Malta; His Remarks in His Journies thro' the Lower and Upper Egypt; together with a brief Description of the Abyssinian Empire. Interspersed throughout with several curious Historical Passages relating to our own as well as Foreign Nations; as also with Critical Disquisitions as to the present State of Sciences in Egypt, particularly Physic and Chemistry.
37006: [LOVE (Benjamin)] - Manchester as it is: or, notices of the Institutions, Manufactures, Commerce, Railways, etc. of the Metropolis of Manufactures: Interspersed with Much Valuable Information Useful for the Resident and Stranger.
36980: [WHUR (Cornelius)] - Village Musings on Moral and Religious Subjects. By a Villager.
36904: [TYTLER (Ann Fraser)] - Mary and Florence; or, Grave and Gay. By A. F. T.
36898: [ANDREE (John)] - An Account of the Tilbury Water. Containing, a narrative of the discovery of the medicinal qualities of this spring, experiments on the water, observations on the experiments, the vertues of the water interspers'd with various cases, the manner of drinking it; and lastly several remarkable cures.
36891: [EMERSON (William)] - The Principles of Mechanics. Explaining and demonstrating the general laws of motion, the laws of gravity, motion of descending bodies, projectiles, mechanic powers, Pendulums, Centers of Gravity, &c. Strength and Stress of Timber, Hydrostatics, and Construction of Machines. A Work very necessary to be known, by all Gentlemen, and Others, that desire to have an Insight into the Works of Nature and Art. And extremely useful to all Sorts of Artificers; particularly to Architects, Engineers, Shipwrights, Millwrights, Watchmakers, &c. or any that work in a Mechanical Way.
39553: [GRENVILLE (George)] - The Speech of a Right Honourable Gentleman, on the Motion for Expelling Mr. Wilkes, Friday, February 3, 1769.
36860: [WARTON (Thomas) Editor] - The Oxford Sausage; or Select Poetical Pieces, written by the most Celebrated Wits of the University of Oxford.
36852: [NAVAL OFFICER]. - A Cruise; or, Three Months on the Continent. By a Naval Officer.
36783: [CROY (Robert)] - A Narrative of the Grand Festival, at Yarmouth, on Tuesday, the 19th of April, 1814; with an Appendix, Containing Copies of all the Handbills which were Published on the Occasion; a List of the Subscribers; and an Account of the Expenditure.
39282: [WILLIAMS (George A.)] - Three Tracts by a Gloucestershire Country Gentleman.
39398: [CEVA (Tommaso)] - Reflexions upon the Idolatry of the Jesuits, and other Affairs relating to Religion in China. Written originally in Italian: translated into French:. the Paris copy, by a gentleman at the Hague and sent in a letter to the Rev'd. Dr. Francis Atterbury.
36753: [CALLIÈRES (François de)] - The Knowledge of the World, and the Attainments Useful in the Conduct of Life. Translated from the French of Monsieur Callieres, Secretary of the Cabinet to Lewis XIV. one of the Forty Members of the Academy, and Minster Plenipotentiary at the Peace of Ryswick.
36705: [PERRY (Sampson)] - A Disquisition of the Stone and Gravel, and other Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, &c... By Wm. Adams, Surgeon, London.
36677: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Suffolk; Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
36649: [JENKS (Silvestor)] - An Essay upon the Art of Love, Containing an Exact Anatomy of Love and all the other Passions which attend it.
36597: [Davis (Ellis James)] - Etymonia.
36581: [MIDDLETON (Thomas Fanshaw)] - The Country Spectator.
36573: [RENNELL (James)] - War with France. The only Security of Britain, at the Present Momentous Crisis: Set forth in an earnest address to his fellow-subjects, by an old Englishman.
36553: [LEVER (Ellis)] - The Railway and the Mine. Lever's Illustrated Year-Book 1861.
36472: 'CIVIS.' - The Railway Question. Practical Suggestions for a Fundamental Reform of the Railway System, on a Principle Combining National Benefits with the Permanent Interests of Shareholders. By Civis.
36340: [LINDBERG (Sten G.)] - Kungliga Bokband c. 1490-1962.
36165: [RIGERSON (H. Summerfield)] - [Modern Ornament.]
36159: [DOSSIE (Robert)] - The Handmaid to the Arts, Vol. the First. Teaching, I. A perfect knowledge of the Materia Pictoria, or, the nature, use, preparation, and composition of all the various substances employed in painting, as well vehicles, dryers, &c...
36145: [TODD (Joel)] - Todd's Album of Great Grimsby and Neighbourhood.
36112: [CULOT (Paul)] - Exposition organisée a l'occasion de la visite des membres du Grolier Club de New-York au Musée de Mariemont le 28 mai 1967.
36007: [NIXON (Howard M.)] - Bookbindings from the Library of Jean Grolier. A Loan Exhibition.
36005: [CLARKE (William)] - Repertorium Bibliographicum; or, Some Account of the Most Celebrated British Libraries. London: William Clarke, 1819. First edition, xlviii, [2], 138, 133*-138*, 139-454, 449*-454*, 455-672, [2]pp., engraved frontispiece and 9 engraved portraits (foxed and offset, the portrait of Towneley is inserted and stands proud), small ink splash to title, 2 woodcuts in the text. [Bound with:] A Dialogue in the Shades; between William Caxton, a Bibliomaniac, and William Wynken, Clerk. Rare Doings at Roxburghe Hall. A Ballad. The Diary of Roger Payne, with a Lithographic sketch on the Monument to be Erected to his memory by the Bibliographical Club.
35885: [BARROW (Albert Stewart)] - Shires and Provinces by "Sabretache". Illustrated by Lionel Edwards.
35854: [MACPHERSON (Alexander)] - Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, Etc. Forming the Geographical and Topographical Collection attached to The Library of His late Majesty King George the Third, and Presented by His Majesty King George the Fourth to The British Museum.
35837: [THOMPSON (Thomas)] - Ocellum Promontorium; or, Short Observations on the Ancient State of Holderness.
35805: [CONWAY (Henry Seymour), General] - The Military Arguments, in the Letter to a Right Honourable Author, fully considered.
35800: [SADA¯NANDA YOGI¯NDRA] - The Vedanta-sara translated by Dr. J. R. Ballantyne, Principal Sanskrit College, Benares, with an Introduction, Notes, and an Examination of its contents.
35777: [ALLEN (Thomas)] - The History of the County of Lincoln. From the earliest period to the present time..... Assisted by several Gentleman residing in the County,..... Embellished by numerous Views.
35744: [ALFORD (Henry)] - A History and Description of the Restored Parish Church of Saint Mary, Wymeswold, Leicestershire.
35739: [BÉDOYÈRE (Henri Huchet, Comte de la)] - Catalogue des Livres Rare et Précieux de la Bibliothèque de M. le Comte de la B***.
35707: [BRANDON (Isaac)] - Fragments in the manner of Sterne.
35695: [GREY (Charles Grey Earl)] - Parliamentary Reform! A View of the Defective State of the Representation of the People, being the copy of a petition presented to the House of Commons by the Hon. Charles (now Earl) Grey, in 1793.
35676: [WHITBREAD (Samuel)] - Official Correspondence between the Courts of Vienna and St. James, in French and English, Respecting a Negotiation for Peace; Being an Appendix to Mr. Whitbread's Speech in the House of Commons, Feb. 29th, 1808.
35674: [OWEN (John)] - A Letter to a Country Clergyman [Thomas Sikes], Occasioned by his Address to Lord Teignmouth, President of the British and Foreign Bible Society. By a Sub-urban Clergyman [John Owen].
35673: [SIKES (Thomas)] - An Address to Lord Teignmouth. President of the British and Foreign Bible Society, occasioned by his address to the clergy of the Church of England. By a country clergyman.
35670: [PARK (James Allan)] - An Earnest Exhortation to a Frequent Reception of the Holy Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. Particularly addressed to young persons by a layman.
35671: [SHARPE (Granville)] - Annual Parliaments, The Ancient and Most Salutary Right of the Commons of Great-Britain. Being an Extract from Sharp's "Declaration of the People's Natural Rights to a Share in the Legislature," printed in 1774, P. 157 to 170. Wherein is shewn, that the Statutes of 4 Edw. III. C. 14. and 36 Edw. III. C. 10. which ordain, "that a Parliament shall be holden every Year once, &c." must necessarily be under-stood to mean, -A new Election of Representatives, "every Year once, and more often if need be."
35669: [MAUBERT DE GOUVEST (J.-Henri)] - L'Esprit de la présente guerre. Discours de M. de G. dans la Chambre des C. pour et contre les deux opinions dominantes dans le Parlement de la Grande-Bretagne, en faveur du commerce et de la paix.
35657: [PIERSON (Ernest)] - The Story of the Church of S. Guthlac of Stathern.
35630: [HUTTON (William)] - A Concise History of Birmingham, containing an Account of its Ancient State, and the Latest Improvements: together with a Statement of the Arrival and Departure of the Mails, Stage Coaches, Waggons, &c. &c. The whole forming a Complete Guide to the Inhabitant and Stranger.
35631: [DAVY (Sir Humphry)] - Salmonia: or Days of Fly Fishing. In a Series of Conversations. With some Account of the Habits of Fishes belonging to the Genus Salmo. By An Angler.
35609: [MARKHAM (Revd. Ralph)] - An Essay on Immorality [in verse]. In Three Parts.
35566: [CLAYTON (John)] - Friendly Advice to my Poor Neighbours; in a Series of Cottage Tales and Dialogues. By a Member of the Church of England.
35554: [APPLEYARD (E.S.)] - Welsh Sketches, Chiefly Ecclesiastical, to the Twelfth Century. By the Author of "Proposals for Christian Union." [First, Second and Third Series].
35522: [WHITWORTH (Sir Charles)] - A Collection of the Supplies, and Ways and Means, from the Revolution to the Present Time. By a Member of Parliament.
35520: [NEWMARCH (Charles Henry)] - Recollections of Rugby, By an Old Rugbaean.
35519: [GREEN (Herbert)] - Forgotten Lincoln. A History of the City from the Earliest Times, with complete lists of its Parliamentary Representatives, Bishops and Mayors. Being a Series of Articles reprinted from the "Lincoln Gazette & Times," 1896-7.
35494: [RICHARDSON (Joseph)] - A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
35491: [KEATE (William)] - The Address of William Bull [i.e. William Keate], Gent. to William Pool, Esq; Steward of the Manor of Bishop's-Whitelands, in the south part of Great Britain.
35486: [HEYWOOD (Samuel)] - The Right of Protestant Dissenters to a Compleat Toreration asserted; containing an Historical Account of the Test Laws, and shewing the Injustice, Inexpediency, and Folly of the Sacramental Test, as now imposed, with respect to Protestant Dissenters; With an Answer to the Objection from the Act of Union with Scotland. By a Layman.
35453: [CROCKER (John Wilson)] - The Battles of Talavera. A Poem.
35391: [JACKSON (William A.)] - An Annotated List of the Publications of the Reverend Thomas Frognall Dibdin, D.D. Based mainly on those in the Harvard College Library with Notes of others.
35232: [FOSTER (Sir Michael)] - A Report of Some Proceedings on the Commission of Oyer and Terminer and Goal Delivery for the Trial of the Rebels in the Year 1746, in the County of Surry, and of Other Crown Cases, to Which Are Added, Discourses Upon a Few Branches of the Crown Law.
34598: [DICKER (Stephen) attributed to] - A Letter to a Member of Parliament, Concerning the Importance of our Sugar-Colonies to Great Britain. By a Gentleman, who resided many Years in the Island of Jamaica.
34511: [ANSTIE (John)] - A Letter addressed to Edward Phelips, Esq. Member for the County of Somerset; containing General Observations on the Advantages of Manufacturing the Combing Wool of England, which is Smuggled to France; and Cursory Remarks of the Evidence given by the Manufacturers to the Committee of the House of Commons: Also, a Refutation of the Argument adduced by the Author of the Annals of Agriculture, from an Official Paper of Mons. Calonne; to shew The Inconsiderable Quantity of British Wool imported into France. By the chairman of the Wool Meeting.
34483: [RICHARDSON (Joseph)] - A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
34484: [COLMAN (George)] - The Deuce is in Him. In two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
34481: [COOKE (William Bryan)] - The Seize Quartiers of the Family of Bryan Cooke, Esq. of Owston [West Riding of Yorkshire], Hafod-y-Wern, and Gwysaney, and of Frances his Wife, daughter and heir of Philip Puleston, Esq. of Hafod-y-Wern, by Mary his wife, sister and coheir of John Davies, Esq. of Gwysaney and Llanerch. With Notes and Illustrations.
34477: [HERON (John)] - An Account of the Donations to the Parish of Newark upon Trent, in the County of Nottingham. By a Parishioner.
34474: [DAVENPORT (Cyril)] - Little Gidding Bindings. [Extracted from 'The Bibliographica', Part VI, 1896.]
34463: [HUMPHREYS (R.)] - The Amusing Instructor, or, Tales and fables in prose and verse, for the improvement of youth: with useful and pleasing remarks on different branches of science... adorned with cuts.
34459: [WATKINS (John)] - Memoir of Chambers, the Marine Artist.
34349: [LETTSOM (John Coakley)] - Observations on the Plan Proposed for Establishing "A Dispensary & Medical Society For the private and only immediate Use of the Subscribers, their Families, and Friends."
34342: [LASSONE (Joseph-Marie-Franois de)] - An Account of the Tenia [or Long Tape Worm], and Method of Treating it.
34262: [GÉNARD (François)] - The School of Man. Translated from the French. To which is prefixed, a key to the satyrical characters interspersed in this work.
34243: [GIBSON (Edmund)] - The Right of the Archbishop to continue or prorogue the Whole Convocation: Asserted in a Second Letter; by way of Reply to a Pamphlet, Entitled, The Power of the Lower House of Convocation to Adjourn it self, &c. and also to a late Book, Entitled, A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Lower-House, &c. with the Publisher's Preface: as far as they relate to the Point of Continuation.
34220: [MARSHALL (Charles)] - An Epistle to Friends Coming forth in the Beginning of a Testimony: And of the Snares of the Enemy therein.
34210: [McMICHAEL (J. W.)] - Notes of a Trip to Belgium, in 1866, by a Bridgnorth Volunteer. Printed for Private Circulation.
34117: [YOUNG (Arthur)] - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Lincoln; Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
34079: [DESCHAMPS (Pierre)] - Dictionnaire de Géographie Ancienne et Moderne.
33997: [MAGNAN (Dominique)] - Calcografia della Colonna Antonina Divisa in 150 Tavole... Parte I [-III].
33955: [COPLESTON (Edward)] - A Reply to the Calumnies of the Edinburgh Review [No.31] against Oxford. Containing an Account of Studies pursued in that University.
33937: [SHERLOCK (Thomas)] - A Letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster; on Occasion of the Late Earthquakes.
33931: [BURKE (Edmund)] - Observations on a Late State of the Nation.
33896: [POTTER (Thomas)] - The Reply of the Country Gentleman to the Answer of his Military Arguments, By the Officer.
33889: [EDWARDS (Dr George)] - A Certain Way to save our Country, and make us a More Happy and Flourishing People, than at any former period of our History.
33875: [RICHARDSON (Joseph)] - A complete investigation of Mr. Eden's Treaty, as it may affect the commerce, the revenue, or the general policy of Great Britain.
33874: [Guernsey, Countess of, pseud.] - Genuine Edition of the Death-Bed Confessions of the late Countess of Guernsey, to Lady Ann H****** : developing a series of mysterious transactions connected with the most illustrious personages in the kingdom. To which are added, the Q----'s last letter to the K----, written a few days before her M----'s death.
33869: [Caroline, Queen Consort of George IV, King of Great Britain and Ireland] - Journal of an English Traveller or Memoirs and Anecdotes of an Illustrious Personage: and of Her Court, Correspondence with the Earl of Liverpool, Mr. Whitbread, &c.
33818: [BENTLEY (Thomas Richard)] - A few cursory remarks upon the state of parties, during the administration of the Right Honourable Henry Addington. By a near observer.
33821: [MACGOWAN (John)] - Priestcraft defended. A sermon, occasioned by the expulsion of six young gentlemen, from the University of Oxford, for praying, reading, and expounding the Scriptures.
33816: [BARRETT (Eaton Stannard)] - All the talents; a satirical poem. By Polypus. Dialogue the Fourth.
33814: [BARRETT (Eaton Stannard)] - A pastoral epilogue to, and by the author of All the talents.
33809: [HOWELL (Thomas Bayly)] - Observations on Dr. Sturges's Pamphlet Respecting Non-Residence of the Clergy: in a Letter to Mr. Baron Maseres.
33805: [GREY (Charles), 2nd Earl Grey] - Letters addressed to Lord Grenville and Lord Howick, upon their removal from the Councils of the King, in consequence of their attempting the total repeal of the Test Laws now in Force with Respect to His Majesty's Army and Navy. By A Protestant.
33803: [HOLFORD (G.P.)] - Observations on the necessity of introducing a sufficient number of respectable Clergymen into our colonies in the West Indies; and the expediency of establishing for that purpose, by subscription, A College, in this Country, in which persons may be fitly educated for the Performance of the Clerical Functions, in that part of the British Empire.
33787: [CROKER (John Wilson)?] - A Short Letter from Quang-Tcheu. Translated by another Hand.
33784: [PELTIER (Jean Gabriel)] - The Germanic Empire reduced into Departments under the Prefecture of the Elector of Brandenburg. Translated from the French.
33785: [BECKETT (Oliver)] - A Statement of Facts connected with Proceedings before the Select Committee of the House of Commons appointed to try the Merits of the Petitions complaining of the Last Return for Newcastle-under-Lyme in a Letter from the Petitioning Candidate [Oliver Beckett] to the Electors in his Interest.
33783: [COURTENAY (Thomas Peregrine)] - A Plain Answer to the Misrepresentations and Calumnies contained in the Cursory Remarks of a Near Observer. By a more accurate observer.
33774: [PRICE (Joseph)] - A Letter to Edmund Burke, Esq; On the latter Part of the late Report of the Select Committee of the State of Justice in Bengal. With some curious Particulars and original Anecdotes concerning the Forgery committed by Maha Rajah Nundcomar Bahadar, on the proof of which he lost his life. Together with some remarks on the Conduct of the Majority of the Civil Government at that time in Fort William, Bengal, proper and necessary to be perused and duly weighed by every Member of both Houses of Parliament, before they proceeded to determine on the Evidence given up in the first Report of the Select Committee of the House of Commons.
33770: [BRETT (John)] - A Free and Candid Inquiry humbly addressed to the Representatives of the Several Counties and Boroughs in this Kingdom: And proper at this Time to be read by their Several Electors. In a Letter to a Person of Distinction in the North from a Gentleman in Town.
33772: [BRETT (John)] - An Answer to a late Pamphlet, Intituled, A Free and Candid Inquiry, Addressed to the Representatives, &c. of this Kingdom.
33766: [HERVEY (John), Baron] - Miscellaneous Thoughts on the present Posture both of our Foreign and Domestics Affairs. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament and the People.
33754: [EMANUEL (Edward)] - Bradshaw's Complete Anglo-German Phrase-Book for Travellers and Students; with a Vocabulary of the most useful words in English and German; the Modes of addressing the Dignitaries of England and Germany; Letters, Notes of Invitation, Tables of Money, Weights and Measures, &c. Vollständiges Handbuch von Englisch-Deutschen, Redensarten;......
33750: [THOMPSON (Isaac)] - Poetic Essays, on Nature, Men, and Morals. Essay 1. To Dr. Askew, of Newcastle
33627: [BOHN (Henry George)] - Observations on the Plan and Progress of the Catalogue of the Library of the British Museum. By a Bookseller.
33624: [BURTON (John)] - Remarks on Dr. K----'s Speech before the University of O-------d, at the Dedication of Dr. R-----'s Library, on the XIIIth of April, MDCCXLIX. By Phileleutherus Londinensis.
33479: [BARBER (G.) and Others] - Fine Bindings 1500-1700 from Oxford Libraries.
33397: [SONYER DU LAC (Dionisius Augustinus)] - Dissertatio phisiologica de secretione bilis et ejus in corpore humano effectibus...
33394: [TAITT (Alexander)] - The Right of the House of Stewart to the Crown of Scotland consider'd.
33393: [Thomas Pelham Holles, Duke of Newcastle, and the Right Hon. Henry Pelham]. - A Letter to the Author of an Examination of the Principles; and an enqury [sic] into the conduct of the two b-rs: in which is proved, by indisputable facts of foreign transactions, that the two b--rs are true guardians to these kingdoms;... and are therefore falsly accused by the said letter writer.
33388: [TAITT (Alexander)] - The Right of the House of Stewart to the Crown of Scotland consider'd.
33295: [CATERET (J., Earl Granville?] - The State of the Nation for the Year 1747, and respecting 1748. Inscribed to a Member of the present Parliament.
33293: [PULTENEY (William)] - The conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared. With an Impartial Review of Public Transactions since the Resignation of the Right Honourable the Earl of Orford; and of the Causes that immediately effected the same. To which is added, Remarks on the Farther Report of a certain Committee. In a Letter to a Friend.
33294: [WISE (Thomas)] - An Apology for the Business of Pawn-Broking. By a Pawn Broker.
33290: [STANNARD (Eaton)] - The Honest Man's Speech.
33291: [CHESTERFIELD (Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of)] - A vindication of a late pamphlet, intitled, The case of the Hanover troops considered: with some further observations upon those troops; being a sequel to the said pamphlet.
33288: [COBDEN (Richard)] - Cobden-Delane Controversy. Opinions of the Liberal Press on the Correspondence between Mr. Cobden, M.P., and Mr. Delane, the Editor of the "Times."
33282: [TEMPEST (Stephen)] - Religio Laici: or, a Layman's Thoughts upon his Duty to God, His Neighbour, and Himself.
33279: [LEFEVRE (Mrs. -)] - An Extract of Letters by Mrs. L***.
33278: [HILL (Sir Richard)] - The Church of England Vindicated from the Rigid Notions of Calvinism; Or, Some observations on a letter from the author of Pietas Oxoniensis to the Reverend Doctor Adams of Shewsbury. To which is added, a letter to the Reverend Mr. Romaine, in answer to his letter to Dr. Adams.
33268: [ARMSTRONG (John)] - The Oeconomy of Love. A Poetical Esssay.
33188: [TISSOT (Samuel Auguste David), translated by J. Kirkpatrick]. - Advice to the People in General, with Regard to their Health: but particularly calculated for those, who are the most unlikely to be provided in time with the best assistance, in acute Diseases, or upon any sudden inward or outward Accident. With A Table of the most cheap, yet effectual Remedies, and the plainest Directions for preparing them readily. Translated from the French Edition of Dr. Tissot's Avis au peuple, &c. Printed at Lyons; with all the Notes in the two former English Editions, and a few additional ones. By J. Kirkpatrick, M.D. With some further additional Notes and Prescriptions, and with the former Appendix.
33155: [WESLEY (John and Charles)] - Graces. Before Meat.
33147: [HARDWICKE (Philip Yorke, Earl of)] - Two Speeches of a Late Lord Chancellor. Printed from an Authentic Copy.
33142: [CUMBERLAND (Richard)] - The Note of Hand; or, Trip to Newmarket. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
33112: [DUNTON (John)] - The Hazard of a Death-Bed-Repentance, Fairly Argued, from the late Remorse of W---- late D--- of D----- with Serious Reflections on his Adulterous Life ---- On his living so long in a known Sin----- On that Latin Epitaph he order'd to be set on the Tomb-stone of Miss Campion.... Also, the Dying Remonstrance of other Persons of Quality, and in particular, of John Hampton Esq;..... To which is added, Conjugal Perjury, or an Essay upon Whoredom; Address'd to the Husbands of Quality that keep Misses.
33104: [GRENVILLE (Richard, Lord Temple)] - A Letter to His Grace the Duke of Grafton, on the present Situation of Public Affairs.
33102: [PORTLAND (William Henry Cavendish-Bentinck, Duke of)] - The Case of His Grace the Duke of Portland, respecting two leases, lately granted by the Lords of the treasury, to Sir James Lowther, bart. With observations on the motion for a remedial bill, for quieting the possession of the subject. And an appendix, consisting of authentic documents.
33090: [KELLY (George)] - The Speech of Mr. George Kelly. Spoke at the bar of the House of Lords, on Thursday, the 2d of May, 1723. In his defence against the bill then depending, for inflicting pains and penalties upon him.
33091: [SYKES (Arthur Ashley)] - An Answer to the Nonjurors Charge of Schism upon the Church of England.
33089: [ATTERBURY (Francis)] - The Speech of Francis Late Lord Bishop of Rochester, at the Bar of the House of Lords, on Saturday the 11th of May, 1723. In his defence against the bill then depending for inflicting pains and penalties upon him.
33085: [DAWSON (Thomas)] - Suspiria Sacra: or, the Church of Englands Memorial: with an admonition to Jesuits and their patrons, extracted out of the statute law. Dedicated to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, in the Absence of the Convocation. By Tho. Dawson, D. D. a Member of the Convocation.
33071: [MALLET (David)] - A Congratulatory Letter to Selim, on Three Letters to the Whigs [by Horace Walpole].
33068: [COTTON (James Henry)] - Remarks upon the Report of the Commissioners on the State of Education in North Wales: Intended to have been addressed to the editor of the "North Wales Chronicle."
33058: [KENNEDY (John)] - Some Remarks on the Life and Writings of Dr. J[ohn] H[ill], Inspector-General of Great Britain. In a Series of Letters from a Gentleman in Town to his Friend in the Country. With occasional Hints relative to a Parallel Performance of a certain noble Earl. These Letters are printed as a supplemental Volume to the Inspectors, and all H[ill]'s other Writings,....
33057: [BURNET (Gilbert)] - An Enquiry into the Reasons for Abrogating the Test imposed on all Members of Parliament. Offered by Sa. Oxon.
33049: [WILSON (Thomas)] - Stanzas on the intended new line of road, from Potticar lane to Leyburn hole; With an account of the Memorable Events which have Occurred on Gateshead fell; And additional notes by the Publisher.
33051: [WITHERS (John)] - The Dutch better Friends than the French to the Monarchy, Church, and Trade of England. In a Letter from a Citizen, to a Country Gentleman.
33047: [DUMBELL (John)] - A Letter to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Regent of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. [A Letter relative to Weights and Measures].
33046: [ROTHERAM (John)] - Account of the Statue of King Charles II. Formerly on Tyne Bridge, Newcastle, with the Pasquinade, on its removal to the Exchange, and the Reply.
33043: [SACKVILLE (Charles), Duke of Dorset] - A Treatise concerning the Militia, in Four Sections. 1. Of the Militia in General. 11. Of the Roman Militia. 111. The Proper Plan of a Militia, for this Country. 1V. Observations upon this Plan. By C. S.
33042: [BANKTON (Andrew MacDowell, Lord)] - An Essay upon Feudal Holdings, Superiorities, and Hereditary Jurisdictions, in Scotland. Shewing, 1. The Nature of Feudal Holdings,..... 11. The Errors and gross Misrepresentations, touching the same,.... 111. That these Holdings, Superiorities and Jurisdictions have not been any of the Causes of the Rebellions 1715, or 1745. 1V. That the infringing the same may be dangerous to our happy Constitution.
33034: [KNOX (William)] - An Appendix to the Present State of the Nation. Containing a reply to the Observations on that pamphlet.
33033: [BURKE (Edmund)] - Observations on a Late State of the Nation.
33031: [LORENZ (Jean Michel)] - Oraison Funébre de tres-haut et tres-excellent seigneur Monseigneur Maurice de Saxe, duc élu de Curlande & Semigalie, maréchal général des camps & armées du roi, chevalier de l'Aigle blanc de Pologne, & de l'Ordre de Saxe, mort à Chambord dans la cinquante-cinquiéme année de son âge, le 30 nov. 1750 : célébrée par ordre de Sa Majesté dans l'eglise neuve de Strasbourg le 8 fév. 1751.
33027: [FAVIÈRES (Edmé-Guillaume-François)] - Paul et Virginie. Comédie, en trois actes, en prose, mêlée d'ariettes. Représentée par les Comédiens Italiens, le 15 Janvier 1791.
32808: [FAIRFAX (Henry)] - An Inpartial Relation of the whole Proceedings against St. Mary Magdalen Colledge in Oxon, in the Year of our Lord 1687. Containing only Matters of Fact as they Occurred.
32789: [McDOWALL (Andrew, Lord Bankton)] - Two Orders of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled, made the fifth of August last, requiring the Lords of the Session in Scotland to lay before their Lordships, at the beginning of this Session of Parliament, Matters relating to Heretable Jurisdictions and Heretable Sheriff-ships, in that Part of Great Britain called Scotland. Together with the Returns made by the said Lords of Session, Parsuant to the said Two Orders.
32787: [GRANT (William)] - The Occasional Writer: containing an Answer to the Second Manifesto of the Pretender's Eldest Son: which bears Date at the Palace of Holyrood-house, the 10th Day of October, 1745. Containing Reflections, Political and Historical, upon the last Revolution, and the Progress of the present Rebellion in Scotland.
32786: [HERVEY (John), Baron] - Miscellaneous Thoughts on the present Posture both of our Foreign and Domestics Affairs. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament and the People.
32782: [HARGRAVE (Francis)] - Brief Deductions relative to the aid and supply of the Executive Power, according to the Law of England, in Cases of Infancy, Delirium, or other Incapacity of the King.
32706: [TAIT (John)] - The Cave of Morar, the Man of Sorrows. A Legendary Tale. In two parts.
32707: [STUART (John, 3rd Earl of Bute)] - A Letter to the Earl of B---, [i.e. John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute] Relative to the Late Changes that have happened in the Administration.
32700: [MURRAY (Patrick, 5th Baron Elibank)] - Considerations of the Present State of the Peerage of Scotland. By a Peer of Scotland.
32529: [FAULKNER (T. W.)] - Abstract of Returns of Charitable Donations for Poor Persons in the County of Bucks.
32513: [CROCKER (John Wilson)] - A Sketch of the State of Ireland, Past and Present.
32511: [KAVANAGH (James W.)] - Mixed Education. The catholic case stated: or principles, working, and results of the system of national education; with suggestions for the settlement of the education question. Most respectfully dedicated to the Catholic Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland. By a catholic layman.
32444: [WALPOLE (Horace) & VERTUE (George)] - A Catalogue of Engravers, Who have been born, or resided in England; Digested by Mr. Horace Walpole from the MSS. of Mr. George Vertue; To which is added an Account of the Life and Works of the latter.
32354: [JOOST (Siegfried)] - Bibliotheca Docet. Festgabe für Carl Wehmer.
32300: [BREUGELMANS (R.)] Editor. - Leiden Imprints 1483-1600 in Leiden University Library and Bibliotheca Thysiana: A short-title catalogue.
32270: [WEBSTER (William)] - The Consequences of Trade, as to the Wealth and Strength of any Nation; of the Woollen Trade in particular, and the great superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade.... By a Draper of London.
32260: [SHARP (William)] - An Account of a New Method of Treating Fractured Legs. Read before the Royal Society of London. To which is prefixed a Letter on that Subject to James Parsons, M.D., a Member of that respectable Society, dated November 6, 1766.
32222: [STODDART (Lady Isabella Moncrieff Wellwood)] - The Eskdale Herd Boy, A Scottish Tale. For the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. By Mrs. Blackford.
32217: [WHITEHEAD (James)] - Pasteur Institute. Mansion House Fund.
39230: [SHEPPEY (Thomas)] - Several Weighty Considerations humbly Recommended to the Serious Perusal of All, but more especially the Roman Catholicks of England. To which is prefix'd an Epistle from one who was lately of that Communion, to Dr. Stillingfleet, Dean of St. Pauls; Declaring the Occasion of the following Discourse.
32033: [FRANCIS (Sir Philip)] - 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 Documents.
32005: [SHEPHERD (W.R.)], Editor. - The Benedictines of Caldey Island (formerly of Painsthorpe, York) containing the history, purpose, method, and summary of the Rule of the Benedictines of the Isle of Caldey, S. Wales.
39219: [LANDOR (Walter Savage)] - Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare. Euseby Treen Joseph Carnaby and Silas Gough clerk before the worshipful Sir Thomas Lucy knight touching deer-stealing on the 9th day of September in the year of Grace 1582. Now first published from original papers. To which is added A Conference of Master Edmund Spenser a gentleman of note with the Earl of Essex touching the state of Ireland A.D. 1595.
39215: [LANPHIER (William Henry)] - The Academic Orator; or Elocutionary Elucidations theoretically arranged; selected from the Best English Writers, and disposed under proper heads, with references to the passions, and every word marked with its proper inflexion: intended to accelerate the Improvement of the Students pf Upper Sunbury School, in Reading and Speaking. To which is prefixed an Essay on Enunciation and Delivery, wherein are explained the Elements of Gesture, and the Manner in which the Passions affect Countenance, Voice and Body. The whole illustrated by plates.
39641: [GIBSON (Edmund, Bishop of London)] - An admonition against common swearing: In a letter from a minister to his parishioner.
39564: [GALLOWAY (Honorary Colonel Thomas L.)] - The Queen's Own Royal Glasgow Yeomanry 1848 to 1948.
31829: [WIGHTMAN (Robert)?] - The Edinburgh Packet opened, by a Collection of curious Pamphlets published on Occasion of the present unaccountable Rebellion, and on other important Critical Occasions, from the Year 1724 to the Year 1745; Written by one and the same Person. [attributed to Robert Wightman in a contemporary note written on the general title].
31827: [AMUSSAT (Jean Zulima)] - Grenouillette: incision, introduction d'un petit morceau d'éponge, guérison.
39425: [MARKHAM (Grevase)] - Covntrey Contentments, or The English Huswife. Containing the inward and outward vertues which ought to be in a compleate woman. As her skill in physicke, surgerie, extraction of oyles, banqueting-stuffe, ordering of great feasts, preseruing of all sorts of wines, conceited secrets, distillations, perfumes, ordering of wooll, hempe, flax, making cloth, dying, the knowledge of dayries, office of malting, oats, their excellent vses in a family, brewing, baking, and all other things belonging to an houshold. A worke generally approued, and now much augmented, purged and made most profitable and necessarie for all men, and dedicated to the honour of the noble house of Exceter, and the generall good of this kingdome. By G.M.
31764: [FISHER (Sam)] - Sam is Sixty. 24th June, 1941. [Poetry].
31763: [FOX (William Johnson)] - A funeral sermon for Caroline Queen of England, delivered at Parliament-Court Chapel, on Sunday, August 19th, 1821.
31558: [EDMOND (J.P.) Compiler] - Bibliotheca Lindesiana. Catalogue of English Broadsides 1505-1897.
31536: [JAMES (Brian)] - A Catalogue of the Tract Collection of Saint David's University College, Lampeter.
31164: [SAINTE-MARIE, Count at Dhow] - Algeria in 1845. A Visit to the French Possessions in Africa. [Translated by Thomasina Ross].
31095: [NORTHLEIGH (John)] - The Parallel: or, The New Specious Association an Old Rebellious Covenant. Closing with a Disparity between a True Patriot, and a Factious Associator.
31093: [SWIFT (Jonathan)] - On Poetry: A Rapsody.
31067: [HOOLE (Barbara)] - A Week at Harrogate. A Poem: in a Series of Letters...
31047: [GODWIN (William)] - The History of the Life of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham.
31027: [BLENKINSOP (Adam)] - A Transport Voyage to the Mauritius and back; touching at the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena. By the Author of "Paddiana;" "A Hot-Water Cure," etc.
31014: [EGERTON (Sir Thomas, Baron Ellesmere)] - The Speech of the Lord Chancellor of England, in the Eschequer Chamber, touching the Post=nati.
30988: [BROWNE (Peter)] - The Procedure, Extent, and Limits of Human Understanding.
30971: [?WARNER (I.)] - An Address to the University of Oxford, occasioned by a Sermon, intitled, The Divine Institution of the Ministry, and the absolute necessity of Church-Government; preached before that University by the Reverend Mr. Joseph Betty, on the 21st of September 1729. By I. W. L.
30960: [WILLISON (John)] - A Letter to an English Member of Parliament, from a Gentleman in Scotland, concerning the Slavish Dependencies, which a great Part of that Nation is still kept under, by Superiorities, Wards, Reliefs, and other Remains of the Feudal Law, and by Clanships and Tithes.
30961: [HOADLY (Benjamin)] - An Enquiry into the reasons of the Conduct of Great-Britain, With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe.
30959: [HOADLY (Benjamin)] - An Enquiry into the reasons of the Conduct of Great-Britain, With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe.
30934: [SHERLOCK (Hester)?] - A Second Letter to a Gentleman of the Long Robe in Great Britain; wherein some of the late Illegal Proceedings of the Barons of the Exchequer, in the Kingdom of Ireland, are Plainly and impartially set forth.
30909: [DALRYMPLE (Sir David)], Editor. - An Account of the Preservation of King Charles II. after the Battle of Worcester, drawn up by Himself. To which are added, His Letters to several persons. [An Account of His Majesty's escape from Worcester, dictated to Mr. Pepys by the King himself].
30912: [MACKENZIE (J.)] - A Woollen Draper's Letter on the French Treaty, to his Friends and Fellow Tradesmen all over England.
30896: [ALLARDICE (Robert Barclay)] - Agricultural Tour in the United States and Upper Canada, with miscellaneous notices. By Captain Barclay of Ury.
30871: [WALPOLE (Robert, Earl of Orford)] - Some considerations concerning the publick funds, the publick revenues, and the annual supplies, granted by Parliament. Occasion'd by a late Pamphlet, intitled, An enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, from the Year 1721, to Christmas 1733.
30865: [GORDON (Thomas)] - An Appeal to the Unprejudiced, concerning the present Discontents occasioned by the late Convention with Spain.
30858: [MacAULAY (Alexander)] - Property Inviolable: or, some Remarks upon a Pamphlet entituled, Prescription Sacred [which states that the clergy of Ireland have no legal right to the tithe of agistment].
30852: [PULTENAY (William)] - The Politicks on Both Sides, with Regard to Foreign Affairs, stated from their own writings, and examined by the Course of Events. With Observations on the Present State of Affairs in Great Britain, and the Effects of out Negociations, for several Years past.
30851: [COWLEY (John J.)] - The Candidates Guide or the Electors Rights decided shewing the Determination of the Rights of Elections, by the Honble. the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament, in all Contraverted Elections for the Counties and Boroughs in South Britain, from the Year 1624 to 1730.... To which is added, the like Determinations in Contraverted Elections for North Britain, since the Union. With several Resolutions and Standing Orders relating to Elections,....... Together with the Heads of the Statutes now in Force concerning the same;... The whole digested into Alphabetical Order, with proper References and genuine Quotations. By J. C. Gent.
30808: [KENNETT (White)] - Convocation-Craft: or, a brief History of the Intrigues, and Insolence, of English Convocations under the Papacy, till Restrain'd by King Henry V111. With an Account of their Behaviour since, intermix'd with proper Reflections, and Authorities to prove, that when they act beyond their Commission from the Crown, they incur the Danger of a Præmunire.......
30807: [MAXWELL (Henry)] - Anguis in Herba: or the Fatal Consequences of a Treaty with France. Wherein it is prov'd, That the Principles whereby the French King governs himself, will not allow him to observe any Treaty longer than it is for his Interest to break it. That he has always aim'd at the Union of the Crowns of France and Spain since the Pyrenæan Treaty. That notwithstanding his Pretences to the contrary, such is his Design at this Day. And, that nothing can prevent it but to reduce his Power to such a Degree, as may perfectly break his Measures.
30803: [DEFOE (Daniel)] - A Lay-Man's Creed, very short for the Benefit of the Poor Reader.
30804: [WAGSTAFFE (William)] - A Comment upon the History of Tom Thumb. Tom Thumb.
30802: [JOHNSON (James)] - Panegyrical Essays upon the Prayer Lord, Pity the People; the only words of William 1. Prince of Orange, The Founder of the Government of the United Provinces, at his sudden and violent Death, 10th July 1584. Transform'd into the Order they are now in, Anno 1714, upon his Majesty's Accession to the Crown.
30801: [GORDON (Thomas)] - An Apology for the Danger of the Church. Proving, that the Church is, and ought to be always in Danger; and that it would be dangerous for her to be out of Danger. Being a Second Part of the Apology for Parson Alberoni. By the same Author.
30778: [BASSET (Joshua)] - An Essay towards a Proposal for Catholick Communion. Wherein Sixty of the Principal Controverted Points, which have hitherto divided Christendom, being call'd over, 'tis examin'd, how many of them may, and ought to be laid aside, and how few remain to be accommodated, for the effecting a General Peace. By a Minister of the Church of England.
30769: [HAREN (Onno Zwier van)] - The Sentiments of a Dutch patriot. Being the speech of Mr. V* H**n [Onno Zwier van Haren]. In an august Assembly on the present State of Affairs, and the Resolution necessary at this Juncture to be taken for the Safety of the Republic. Faithfully translated from the Dutch original.
39586: [DEAKIN (Richard)] - The Botanist's Manual: Comprising a Complete List of the British Flowering Plants and Ferns, divided into the Linnaean classes and orders, according to the arrangement of Sir W. J. Hooker; designed principally for the out-door convenience of botanical students and amateurs, as a book of entry for the discovery of plants or habitats, and also as a convenient pocet companion for persons engaged in collecting materials for local floras.
30756: [BLACKALL (Offspring)] - The Lord Bishop of Exeter's Answer to Mr. Hoadly's Letter.
30755: [TINDAL (Matthew)] - New High-Church turn'd old Presbyterian. Utrum horum never a barrel the better herring.
30747: [WILLES (Sir John)] - The Speech that was intended to have been spoken by the Terrae-Filius, In the Theatre at O----d, July 13. 1713. Had not his Mouth been stopp'd by the V. Ch------r.
30748: [BENSON (William)] - A letter to Sir J- B--, by birth a Swede, but naturaliz'd, and a M--r of the present P---t: concerning the late Minehead doctrine, which was establish'd by a certain free parliament of Sweden, to the utter enslaving of that kingdom.
30725: [IRELAND (John)] - Nuptiæ Sacræ; or an Inquiry into the Scriptural Doctrine of Marriage and Divorce. Addressed to the Two Houses of Parliament.
30726: [SHERLOCK (Thomas)] - A Letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster; on Occasion of the Late Earthquakes.
30697: [DWIGHT (Timothy)] - The Triumph of Infidelity: A Poem. Supposed to be Written by Timothy Dwight, D. D. of Greenfield in Connecticut, in 1788.
30691: [CURRIE (James)] - A Letter, Commercial and Political, addressed to the Rt. Honble. William Pitt: in which the real interests of Britain in the present crisis, are considered, and some observations are offered on the general State of Europe....... By Jaspar Wilson, Esq.
30680: [FELTON (Henry)] - A Dissertation on Reading the Classics, and forming a Just Style. Written in the Year 1709, and addressed to the Right Honourable, John Lord Roos, the present Marquis of Granby.
30674: [NICOLSON (William)] - Leges Marchiarum, or Border=Laws: containing Several Original Articles and Treaties, Made and Agreed upon by the Commissioners of the Respective Kings of England and Scotland, for the better Preservation of Peace and Commerce upon the Marches of Both Kingdoms: From the Reign of Henry 111. to the Union of the Two Crowns, in K. James 1. With a Preface, and an Appendix of Charters and Records, relating to the said Treaties. By William Lord Bishop of Carlile.
39503: [MAXWELL (John)] - An Essay upon Tune. Being an attempt to free the Scale of Music, and the Tune of Instruments, from Imperfection.
39509: [MARKHAM (Gervase)] - The Art of Archerie. Shewing how it is most necessary in these times for this kingdome, both in Peace and War, and how it may be done without charge to the Country, trouble to the People, or any hinderance to necessary Occasions. Also, of the Discipline, the Postures, an whatsoever else is necessarie for the attayning to the Art.
30662: [COURT (Pieter de la)] - The True Interest and Political Maxims of the Publick of Holland and West-Friesland. In Three Parts. The First Treating of Liberty in General. Of Manufactures. Fisheries. Traffick Navigation...... Part 11. and 111. Of a Free Navigation, and clearing the Seas.... Of the natural Strength and Fortifications of Holland. And Of its Interest in all Respects as to the Government of a Single Person. Written by John de Witt, and other Great Men in Holland.
39374: [CROOKSHANKS (John)] - The Conduct and Treatment of John Crookshanks, Esq; Late Commander of His Majesty's Ship the Lark; relating to his attempt to take the Glorioso, a Spanish Ship of war, in July 1747... with a Plan, shewing the positions of the Ships. Containing the Original Orders, Letters, and Papers, that passed in consequence of that affair, between Captain Crookshanks, Admiral Knowles, the Secretaries of the Admiralty, and others.
30646: [SAINT GERMAN (Christopher)] - The Dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Divinity, and a Student in the Lawes of England. [with the second Dialogue].
30647: [BURNET (Sir Thomas)] - A Second Tale of a Tub: or, The History of Robert Powel the Puppet-Show-Man.
39786: [WOMOCK (Laurence)] - An Answer to the Gentleman's Letter to his Friend; shewing that Bishops may be Judges in Causes Capital.
30634: [LANGLOIS (François, Fancan Canon St. Honore)] - The Favovrites Chronicle.
30633: [CROMPTON (Richard)] - L'authoritie et jurisdiction des courts de la Maiestie de la Roygne: Nouelment collect & compose, per R. Crompton de milieu Temple Esquire. Apprentice del Ley. Si sueris Iudex,
30623: [GORDON (George)] - Collectanea for a Flora of Moray; or, A List of the Phaenogamous Plants and Ferns Hitherto Found within the Province.
30577: [PIERSON (Christoffel)] - Explanation, of the famous and renowned glas-work. Or painted windows, in the fine and eminent Church at Gouda. For the use and commodity of both Inhabitants, and Foreigners that come to see this artificial Work.
30517: [GIBSON (Dr. Edmund) Bishop of London.] - The Case of the Methodists Briefly Stated; More particularly in the Point of Field-Preaching.
39475: [COLLYER (James N.) & INNES (John)] - An Historical Record of the Light Horse Volunteers of London and Westminster; with the Muster Rolls from the First Formation of the Regiment, MDCCLXXIX, to the Relodgement of the Standards in the Tower, MDCCCXXIX.
30382: [CLARKSON (Benjamin)] - The Battle of Newland, an Historical Ballad. In Four Parts.
30374: [VERTUE (George)] - Prints. King Charles I. and the Heads of the Noble Earls, Lords, and others, who suffered for their Loyalty in the Rebellion and Civil-Wars of England. With their Characters engraved under each Print, extracted from Lord Clarendon. Taken from Original Pictures of the greatest Masters, many of them Sir Anthony Vandyke's, and all the Heads accurately engraved by Mr Geo. Vertue...
30306: [COMBE (William)] - A Word in Season, to the Traders and Manufacturers of Great Britain.
30287: [SINCLAIR (Sir John)] - Hints Respecting the Culture and the use of Potatoes.
39713: [CARE (Henry)] - A Vindication of the Proceedings of His Majesties Ecclesiastical Commissioners, against the Bishop of London, and the Fellows of Magdalen-College.
29149: [EDMOND (J.P.) Compiler] - Bibliotheca Lindesiana. Catalogue of English Broadsides 1505-1897.
28993: [CLERKE (Charles)] - A Voyage Round the World, In His Majesty's Ship The Dolphin, Commanded by the Honourable Commodore Byron. In which is Contained, a faithful Account of the several Places, People, Plants, Animals, etc. seen on the Voyage: And among other Particulars, A minute and exact Description of the Streights of Magellan, and of the Gigantic People called Patagonians. Together with an accurate Account of Seven Islands lately discovered in the South Seas. By an Officer on Board the said Ship. Printed for J. Newbery and F. Newbery, 1767. Second edition, [4],186pp., without the final advert leaf, engraved frontispiece and a further 2 engraved plates, frontis., and title-page becoming loose, pencil ownership signature to title "Colonel [George Abbas Kooli] D'Arcy of the Falkland Islands". [Bound with:] [BYRON (John)] The Narrative of the Honourable John Byron (Commodore in a Late Expedition round the World) Containing An Account of the Great Distresses Suffered by Himself and His Companions on the Coast of Patagonia, From the Year 1740, till their Arrival in England, 1746. With a Description of St. Jago d Chili, and the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants. Also a Relation of the Loss of the Wager man of War, One of Admiral Anson's Squadron. Written by Himself, and now First Published.
28570: [FORRESTER (Alexander)] - Cases in equity during the time of the late Lord Chancellor Talbot: with tables, of the names of cases, and principal matters.
28561: [FORRESTER (Alexander)] - Cases in equity during the time of the late Lord Chancellor Talbot: with tables, of the names of cases, and principal matters.
28218: [MASON (G. E.)] - Catalogue of an Important and Valuable Collection of Books, Containing Numerous Rare and Curious Articles Relating to the Discovery, Early History, and Religious and Political Controversies of America and West Indies... Which will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson... on Friday, the 25th of May, 1860. London: J. Davy and Sons, 1860. [2],214pp., the property of G. E. Mason according to a cont. note in ink on title, orig. printed wrappers, 2628 lots. [Bound with:] Catalogue of a Large and Extremely Curious Collection of Theological Books, Consisting of Versions of the Holy Scriptures... being the Third Portion of the Entire and Extensive Collection of Books, Formed by Mr. G. E. Mason, Which will be sold by Auction, by Messrs Puttick and Simpson, on Wednesday, December 12th, 1860.
28201: [BROWN (Arthur) CARY (Henry) & HACKMAN (Alfred)] - Catalogus Librorum Impressorum Bibliothecae Bodleianae in Academia Oxoniensi. [With:] Catalogus Impressorum Librorum Quibus Aucta Est Bibliotheca Bodleiana, Annis MDCCCXXXV-MDCCCXLVII.
28099: [LEE (Dr. John)] - Oriental Manuscripts Purchased in Turkey.
28097: [LEE (Dr. John)] - Oriental Manuscripts Purchased in Turkey.
28082: [DONIOL (Henri)] - Les Vitrines de l'Imprimerie Nationale a l'Exposition Universelle de 1889.
27848: [NIXON (Howard M.)] - Bookbindings from the Library of Jean Grolier. A Loan Exhibition.
39772: [GUILDFORD (Francis North, Baron)] - The Examination of Captain William Bedlow Deceased, relating to the Popish Plot, taken in his last Sickness,.... Togther with the Narrative of Sir Francis North, at the Council Board: And the Letter of Sir Francis North, to Mr. Secretary Jenkins, Relating to this Examination. Perused and Signed to be Printed,.... by me William Williams, Speaker.
39812: [MACKWORTH (Sir Humphrey)] - A Vindication of the Rights of the Commons of England. By a Member of the Honourable House of Commons.
39242: [MORETON (Miss Priscella)] - The Authentic and Interesting History of Miss Moreton, and the Faithful Cottager. Two Volumes Comprised in One.
39245: [FORSTER (Benjamin)] - Some Account of the Church and Windows of St. Neot's in Cornwall.
27724: [JOHNSON (Mary)] - Madam Johnson's Present: or, every young woman's companion, in useful and universal knowledge. Digested under the following Heads: I. Spelling, Reading, Writing, and Arithmetick, taught without the Help of a Master. II. The Compleat Market-Woman. III. The Cook's Guide for dressing all Sorts of Flesh, Fowl and Fish. IV. For Pickling, Pastry, and Confectionary. V. An Estimate of the Expences of a Family in the middling Station of Life. VI. The Art and Terms of Carving Fish, Fowl, and Flesh. Vii. A Bill of Fare for every Month in the Year for Dinner and Supper, and also for extraordinary Occasions. Viii. The Young Woman's Instructor for the right Spelling of Words used in Marketting, Cookery, Pickling, Preserving, &c. &c. &c. To this edition are added, some plain and very necessary directions to maid-servants in general, and several useful Tables: Which renders it the Completest Book of the Kind ever published. The Compiler, Madam Johnson, in order to make this Book come as cheap as possible to the Purchasers, has, out of her Benevolence, fixed the Price at 1 s. 6 d. Bound; though it contains double the Quantity that is usually sold for that Sum.
39447: [DARWIN (Erasmus)] - 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.
39671: [Gayot de Pitanal] - Causes Celebres et Interessantes avec les Jugemens qui les ont decidees.
39674: [TEMPLE (Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple, Earl, 1711-1779)] - The Principles of the late Changes Impartially Examined: in a Letter from a Son of Candor to the Public Advertiser. London: Printed for J. Almon, 1765. Second edition, 89, [3]pp. [Bound with:] [ALMON (John)] The History of the Minority; During the Year 1762, 1763, 1764, and 1765. Exhibiting the Conduct, Principles, and Views, of that Party.
27693: [DALZEL (Andrew)] - A Short Genealogy of the Family of Maitland, Earl of Lauderdale.
27638: [WHITE (John)] - Arts treasury: or, a profitable and pleasing invitation to the lovers of ingenuity. Contained in many extraordinary experiments, rarities, and curious inventions. In two parts. Part I. Containing the mystery of dying-cloths, silks stuffs, hair, feather, bone, horn, ivory, leather, &c. The manner of preparing colours... The art of drawing, limning, painting... Washing or colouring maps, or printed pictures, with sundry other things, &c. Part II. Containing the quality, generation and product of metals and minerals, natural and artificial; directions to harden or soften them for use... The mystery of beautifying writing with gold or silver... Weighing ships, extinguishing fire, blowing up houses or vessels under water, &c.
27621: [BURKE (John French)] - Cottage Economy and Cookery, from Essays Submitted to the Royal English Agricultural Society.
27547: [POPE (Alexander)] - The First Epistle of the Second Book of Horace, Imitated.
27546: [MOORE (Edward)] - The Trial of Selim the Persian, for Divers High Crimes and Misdemeanours.
27513: [D'URFEY (Thomas)] - The Progress of Honesty: or a View of a Court and City. A Pindarique Poem. By T. D.
27481: [VIVIAN (John Henry)] - Extracts of notes taken in the course of a Tour on the continent of Europe, in the years 1814 and 1815, principally relating to a visit to the island of Elba and a conversation held with Napoleon Bonaparte, during his residence there.
27383: [CROCKER (John Wilson)] - The Battles of Talavera. A Poem.
27373: [PRESTON (William)] - The Female Congress; or, The Temple of Cotytto: a Mock Heroic Poem. By the author of Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-seven.
27347: [BICKERSTAFFE (Isaac)] - Love in a Village; A Comic Opera: As it is Performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.
27244: [THOMPSON (Henry Yates)] Editor. - Facsimiles of Two "Histoires" by Jean Foucquet from Vols. I. and II. of the "Anciennetés des Juifs", Numbered Respectively 247 français in the National Library of France, and 101 in in the Supplemental Volume... of the Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts in the Collection of Henry Yates Thompson, to Which is Added a Notice with 2 Photogravures and Four Photographic Facsimiles (By Three-Colour Process) from Detached Pages of a Fifteenth-Century Manuscript of "Historie Ancienne jesqu'à Romains".
27085: [O'CASEY (Ian V.) & MANEY (A.S.)] - The Nature and Making of Papyrus.
26673: [BOSANQUET (Charles)] - A Letter to W. Manning, Esq. M.P. on the Proposition Submitted to the Consideration of Government, for taking the Duties on Muscovado Sugar ad valorem.
26626: [LOWTH (Rev. Robert)] - Billesdon Coplow Hunt. Monday, February 24th. 1800.
26624: [PECK (William)] - A Topographical History and Description of Bawtry and Thorne, with the Villages Adjacent.
26623: [HEATH (Charles)] - Monmouthshire. Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of Ragland Castle: Containing the Names, Size, and Appropriation, of the Different Apartments, when in their Splendor: List of the Household, and Method of Living, when Inhabited: Also, the Whole of the Correspondence which passed between the Marquis of Worcester, Proprietor and Occupier of the Castle; and Sir Thomas Fairfax, Knt. General of the Parliament Army, who Besieged it: with the Articles of Capitulation, on which it Surrendered... To which is added, by way of preface, Brief Notices of Wonastow, Tree-Owen, Dingatstow, and other objects in the road to Ragland. Collected from Original Papers and Unquestionable Authorities, by Charles Heath, Printer, Monmouth.
26601: [HOY (Henry)] - Historical Collections Relative to the Town of Belfast: from the Earliest Period to the Union with Great Britain.
26547: [KNIGHT (Henry Gally)] - Ilderim: A Syrian Tale. In Four Cantos.
26275: [FRENCH (Gilbert J.) Editor.] - Bibliographical Notices of the Church Libraries at Turton and Gorton, Bequeathed by Humphrey Chetham.
26178: [BULLOCH (John Malcolm)] - Soldiering and Sailoring in the North-East of Scotland: A Bibliography. [Off-print from 'Aberdeen University Library Bulletin, No. XIV].
26015: [HORSLEY (Samuel)] - The Following is the Speech Delivered by the Bishop of St. David's, in the House of Lords, May 31, 1791, on the Second Reading of the Bill for the Relief of Papists, or Persons Professing the Popish Religion.
25871: [OPIE (Amelia)] - Poems by Mrs. Opie.
25818: [LACAM (Benjamin)] - Thoughts on a Late Proposal for Piloting Ships at all Seasons through Channel Creek, Instead of the Old Passage by the Braces, into Hoogly River.
24993: [KITCHINER (William)] - Apicius Redivivus. The Cook's Oracle: containing practical receipts. For roasting, boiling, frying... &c, &c, on the most economical plan for private families; also, the art of composing the most simple, and most highly finished broths, gravies, soups, sauces, and flavoring essences: the quantity of each article being accurately stated by weight or measure... The result of actual experiments made in the kitchen of a physician, for the purpose of composing a culinary code for the rational epicure.
24952: [JACKSON (Edward)] - An Account of the Many and Great Loans, Benefactions, and Charities, Belonging to the City of Coventry, To which is annexed, a Copy of the Decretal Order of the Court of Chancery. Relating to the Memorable Charity of Sir Thomas White.
24735: [WILSON (Sir Robert Thomas)] - Narrative of the British Expedition to Egypt. Carefully abridged from the History of that Campaign, by Sir Robert Thomas Wilson. With a Preliminary View of the Proceedings of the French, Previous to the Arrival of the British Forces. In which the Massacre of the Garrison of Jaffa, The poisoning the sick and wounded in the French Hospital, and the principles and conduct of Buonaparte, are further illustrated.
39258: [THOMAS (Joseph)] - Railroad Guide, from London to Birmingham. Containing Picturesque, Historical, Legendary, and Statistical Sketches of its Vicinity.
24418: [ELLIS (Sir Henry)] Editor. - A Catalogue of Manuscripts, Formerly in the Possession of Francis Hargrave... now Deposited in the British Museum.
24415: [MAISEAU (L.R.B.)] - Manuel de la Liberté de la Presse, ou Analyse des Discussions Législatives sur les trois lois Relatives à la Presse et aux Journaux et écrits Périodiques...
24339: [HAMMOND (William)] - Poems. By W. H.
24286: [PHILLIPPS (Sir Thomas)] - The Visitation of Middlesex, began in the Year 1663 by William Ryley, Esq. Lancaster, and Henry Dethick, Rouge Croix, Marshals and Deputies to Sir Edmund Bysshe.
24190: [TODD (Henry John)] - Catalogue of the Books, Both Manuscript and Printed, Which are Preserved in the Library of Christ Church, Canterbury.
24022: [BÉNARD (Marcel)] - Catalogue de Livres et Curiuex Anciens et Modernes Composant la Bibliothèque de M. M. B***.
23764: [COLLIJN (Isak)] - Ett urval av 1400-Och 1500-Talstryck samt Konstnärliga Bokband ur Thore Virgins Samling på Qvarnfors.
23477: [RITSON (Joseph)] - Bibliographia Poetica: A Catalogue of Engleish Poets, of the Twelfth, Thirteenth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth, and Sixteenth, Centurys, with a Short Account of their Works.
23345: [KER (Neil) Editor.] - The Parochial Libraries of the Church of England. Report of a Committee Appointed by the Central Council for the Care of Churches to Investigate the Number and Condition of Parochial Libraries Belonging to the Church of England. With an Historical Introduction. Notes on Early Printed Books and their Care and Alphabetical List of Parochial Libraries Past and Present.
22987: [COTTON (Nathaniel)] - Visions in Verse, for the Entertainment and Instruction of Young Minds.
22954: [WEBSTER (William)] - The Consequences of Trade, as to the Wealth and Strength of any Nation; of the Woollen Trade in Particular, and the Great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade... The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool... By a Draper of London.
22550: [LABITTE (Adolphe)] - Gravures sur Bois Tirées de Livres Français du XVe Siècle.
22532: [DUFF (Edward Gordan)] - Notes on a Book of Drawings Attributed to Bernard Palissy which Belonged to Diane de Poitiers. With a Short Sketch of her Library, her Art Collections, and her Life.
22336: [WILLIAMSON (John)] - A Treatise on Military Finance...
22115: [MARSHALL (Robert G.)] - Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in Italy and of Books in Italian Printed Abroad 1501-1600. Held in Selected North American Libraries.
21911: [BRYDGES (Sir Samuel Egerton)] - Polyanthea Librorum Vetustiorum, Italicorum, Gallicorum, Hispanicorum, Anglicanorum, et Latinorum.
21578: [BRETT (Reginald), Second Viscount Esher] - The Modern Library Collected By Viscount Esher at Watlington Park.
20963: [O'CASEY (Ian V.) & MANEY (A.S.)] - The Nature and Making of Papyrus.
39750: [CAMBRIDGE (Richard Owen)] - The Fakeer: a Tale. [in verse].
20277: [AUSTIN (Roland) Compiler.] - Catalogue of Gloucestershire Books Collected by Sir Francis Hyett of Painswick and Placed in the Shire Hall.
20160: [MADAN (Falconer)] - The Daniel Press. Memorials of C.H.O. Daniel with a Bibliography of the Press, 1845-1919.
19659: [WHITING (John)] - A Catalogue of Friends Books; Written by Many of the People, Called Quakers, from the Beginning or First Appearance of the said People.
19622: [WOOD (P. Worsley) & WATTS (G.H.) ] - A Hand-List of English Books in the Library of Emmanuel College, Cambridge Printed Before MDCXLI.
19452: [SHEPHERD (Richard Herne)] - The Bibliography of Swinburne. A Bibliographical List Arranged in Chronological Order of the Published Writings in Verse and Prose of Algernon Charles Swinburne (1857-1887).
19385: [PARDON (George Frederick)] - The Juvenile Museum of Entertainment and Instruction. Embellished with Numerous Engravings.
19323: [FUSI (Francesco)] - Bibliografia od Elenco Ragionato delle Opere Contenute nella Collezione de' Classici Italiani.
19137: [BLOUNT (Thomas)] - Boscobel: or, The History of His Sacred Majesties Most Miraculous Preservation after the Battle of Worcester, 3 Sept. 1651... London, 1660.
19052: [ELLIS (Sir Henry)] Editor. - A Catalogue of Manuscripts, Formerly in the Possession of Francis Hargrave... now Deposited in the British Museum.
39831: [VASON (George)] - An Authentic Narrative of four years' residence at Tongataboo, one of the Friendly Islands, in the South-Sea, By ------ who went thither in the Duff, under Captain Wilson, in 1796. With an Appendix, by an eminent writer.
39221: [WESLEY (John)] - Collection of Psalms and Hymns. Charles-Town, Printed by Lewis Timothy. 1737. With a Preface by the Rev. G. Osborn, D.D.
39225: [MILES (William Augustus)] - Letters of Neptune and Gracchus, addressed to the P[rince] of W[ales], and other distinguished Characters; now first collected from their original Publication the Morning Post.
39226: [GROSVENOR (Benjamin)] - Some Account of the late Inclinations to Popery. By B. G.
17168: [CONSTABLE (David)] - Catalogue of a Curious Collection of Books in General History and Literature, Particularly Rich in Early English and Scottish History and Poetry... Which Will be Sold by Auction, By Mr. Sotheby... On Tuesday the 16th of January, 1827, and Three Following Days.
16258: [POLLEN (John) Editor] - Universal Catalogue of Books on Art. South Kensington Museum.
14779: [NIXON (Howard M.)] - Modern British and French Bookbindings from the Collection of J.R. Abbey.
39318: [SALISBURY (William)] - A Catalogue of the Brompton Botanic Garden, being a List of such Plants as are cultivated therein. To which is added, a List of the Subscribers. Part I. containing hardy Plants. [all published].
12999: [AUSTIN (Roland) Compiler.] - Catalogue of Gloucestershire Books Collected by Sir Francis Hyett of Painswick and Placed in the Shire Hall.
12807: [PHILIP (I.G.)] - Gold-Tooled Bookbindings.
9190: ABBEY (Major J.R.) - An Exhibition of Modern English and French Bindings from the Collection of Major J.R. Abbey.
35309: ABBEY (Major J.R.) - An Exhibition of Modern English and French Bindings from the Collection of Major J.R. Abbey.
33260: ABBEY (Major J.R.) - An Exhibition of Modern English and French Bindings from the Collection of Major J.R. Abbey.
33261: ABBEY (Major J.R.) - An Exhibition of Modern English and French Bindings from the Collection of Major J.R. Abbey.
32616: ABBEY (Major J.R.) - Catalogue of Valuable Printed Books and Fine Bindings from the Collection of...
22308: ABBEY (J.R.) - Scenery of Great Britain and Ireland in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860. From the Library of J.R. Abbey. A Bibliographical Catalogue.
26829: ABBOT (Charles) - Flora Bedfordiensis, Comprehending such Plants as Grow Wild in the County of Bedford, Arranged According to the System of Linnaeus, with Occasional Remarks.
25834: ABBOT (Alexander) - The Dundee Directory for 1818. Containing, Lists of Names—Public Bodies, Charitable Institutions—Public Offices, Shipping, &c. &c. &c.
9193: ABBOTT (Wilbur Cortez) - A Bibliography of Oliver Cromwell. A List of Printed Materials Relating to Oliver Cromwell, Together with a List of Portraits and Caricatures.
31617: ABBOTT (Wilbur Cortez) - A Bibliography of Oliver Cromwell. A List of Printed Materials Relating to Oliver Cromwell, Together with a List of Portraits and Caricatures.
21412: ABBOTT (Wilbur Cortez) - A Bibliography of Oliver Cromwell. A List of Printed Materials Relating to Oliver Cromwell, Together with a List of Portraits and Caricatures.
37660: ABERCROMBIE (John) - Pathological and Practical Researches on Diseases of the Brain and the Spinal Cord.
27033: BOOKBINDING. ABRAMI (Léon) - Bibliothèque Léon Abrami. Livres illustrés du XVIIIe Siècle reliés en maroquin la plupart armoriés ou ornés de dentelles.
23539: ABRAMS (George) - The George Abrams Collection [Fifteenth-Century Books].
30658: ACCUM (Fredrick) - A Practical Treatise on Gas-Light: exhibiting a summary description of the Apparatus and Machinery best calculated for Illuminating Streets, Houses, and Manufactories, with Carburetted Hydrogen, or Coal=Gas: with Remarks on the Utility, Safety, and general Nature of this new ranch of Civil Economy.
38894: ACKERMAN (R.) - Books, &c. Published by R. Ackerman, No. 101, Strand, London.
34426: ACLAND (Sir Henry Wentworth) - Faith and Knowledge.
34422: ACLAND (Henry W.) - The Influence of Social and Sanitary Conditions of Religion: A paper read by desire at the church congress at Brighton, Oct. 9, 1874.
26532: TRIENNIAL ACT. - A Letter to a Friend in Suffolk, Occasion'd by a Report of Repealing the Triennial Act.
33103: ADAIR (James) - Observations on the Power of Alienation in the Crown before the first of Queen Anne, Supported by Precedents and The Opinions of many learned Judges. Together with some remarks on the conduct of administration respecting the case of the Duke of Portland.
38678: M'ADAM (John Loundon) - Remarks on the Present System of Road Making; with observations, deduced from practice and experience, with a view to a revision of the existing laws, and the introduction of improvement in the method of making, repairing, and preserving roads, and defending the road funds from misapplication.
38062: ADAM (William) - The Gem of the Peak; or Matlock Bath and its Vicinity. An Account of Derby; A Tour from Derby to Matlock; Excursions to Chatsworth, Haddon, Monsal Dale, Dovedale, Ilam, Alton Towers, Hardwick, Wingfield, Ashbourne, Buxton, and Castleton, Historical and Geological; brief History of the Fluor Spa, from the earliest period, down to the present time; A Review of the Geology of Derbyshire; Catalogue of Minerals and Rocks, and the Flora of the High and Low Peak......
30506: ADAM (Paul) - Die Kunst des Handvergoldens, der Blinddruck und die Lederauflage.
36829: ADAMS (J.) - A Students' Illustrated Irish Flora. Being a Guide to the Indigenous Seed-Plants of Ireland.
36344: ADAMS (Frederick B.) - The Pierpont Morgan Library. [Offprint from 'Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science.']
35217: ADAMS (Thomas F.) - Typographia: or, the Printer's Instructor; a Brief Sketch of the Origin, Rise, and Progress of the Typographic Art, with Practical Directions for Conducting Every Department in an Office, Hints to Authors, Publishers, &c.
31654: ADAMS (Lionel E.) - A Plea for Owls and Kestrels. [Offprint from the Journal of the Northamptonshire Natural History Society, June, 1898].
31308: ADAMS (Bernard) - London Illustrated 1604-1851: A Survey and Index of Topographical Books and their Plates.
24501: ADAMS (Bernard) - London Illustrated 1604-1851: A Survey and Index of Topographical Books and their Plates.
37819: ADDINGTON (Henry, 1st Viscount Sidmouth) - Substance of the Speech of Viscount Sidmouth, in the House of Lords, May 17, 1808, on proposing certain resolutions respecting Danish Merchant Ships, detained in British Ports.
30664: ADDINGTON (Sir William) - An Abridgment [sic] of Penal Statutes, which exhibits at one View, The Offence; the Punishment or Penalty annexed to that Offence; The Mode of Recovering and Application of the Penalty; The Number of Witnesses and Justices necessary to convict the Offender; With a Reference to the Chapter and Section of the enacting Statute. By William Addington, Esq. One of the Magistrates presiding at the Public Office in Bow Street.
34246: ADDRESS. - An Address Presented to the Reverend and Learned Ministers of the Church of England, by one sincerely desirous of finding out the Truth, in behalf of himself and others equally concern'd, as well for their own as the general Satisfaction.
32794: AN ADDRESS. - An Address to the Public. Occasioned by the; Lord Bishop of London's Letter to the Clergy and People of London and Westminster.
39001: ADKINS (W. Ryland D.) - Our Country. Sketches in Pen and Ink of Representative Men of Northampton. Illustrations by W. B. Shoosmith.
22701: LOFTS (W.O.G.) & ADLEY (Derek) - William - A Bibliography.
37860: OFFICE OF ADMIRALTY. - The lower portion of a printed form of command issued by the Office of Admiralty, signed by four members.
30362: ADVICE. - Advice to a Painter. In a Poem to a Friend.
12689: AERONAUTICS. - Flight, Origins & Progress. Catalogue No. 70.
26277: ROXBURGHE CLUB. AETHELGIFU. - The Will of Aethelgifu. A Tenth Century Anglo-Saxon Manuscript, Translated and Examined by Dorothy Whitelock. With a Note on the Document by Neil Ker and Analyses of the Properties, Livestock and Chattels Concerned by Lord Rennell.
22155: ROXBURGHE CLUB. AETHELGIFU. - The Will of Aethelgifu. A Tenth Century Anglo-Saxon Manuscript, Translated and Examined by Dorothy Whitelock. With a Note on the Document by Neil Ker and Analyses of the Properties, Livestock and Chattels Concerned by Lord Rennell.
39889: DOMESTICK AFFAIRS. - An Enquiry into the Conduct of our Domestick Affairs, from the Year 1721, to the present time. In which the Caes of our National Debts, in the Sinking Fund, and all Extraordinary Grants of Money are particularly consider'd. Being a Sequel to Politicks on both sides
37727: EAST INDIA AFFAIRS. - Papers Presented to the House of Commons, pursuant to their Orders of the 25th and 28th June 1805, relating to East India Affairs. No.1 [and Nos. 2, Supplement No. 3 to no. 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14].
33386: NATIONAL AFFAIRS. - A Critical, Expatiatory, and Interesting Address to a Certain Right Honourable Apostate [Philip Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield], on his present Unaccountable Conduct at this Critical Juncture; and on several other Important and National Affairs.
30966: DOMESTICK AFFAIRS. - An Enquiry into the Conduct of our Domestick Affairs, from the Year 1721, to Christmas 1733. In which the Caes of our National Debts, in the Sinking Fund, and all Extraordinary Grants of Money are particularly consider'd. Being a Sequel to Politicks on both sides
40083: IRISH AGRICULTURE. - A Method of Raising Hops in Red Bogs. Published by Order of the Rt. Hon. the Dublin Society.
37171: AGRICULTURE. - Dissertation on the Nature of Soils, and the Properties of Manure: to which is added, the Method of making a Universal Compost, to supply the place of Dung, where that useful and necessary article cannot be obtained: the whole forming a body of intelligence calculated to establish facts that may be applied for the benefit of Mankind, with a Synopsis of the Science of Agriculture, practically delineated; poiunting out the necessary things to be taked into consideration in the Management of a Farm.
31304: AGRICULTURE. - Catalogue of the Walter Frank Perkins Agricultural Library.
31224: AGRICULTURE. - Rothamsted Experimental Station Library. Catalogue of the Printed Books on Agriculture Published Between 1471 and 1840. With Notes on the Authors by Mary S. Aslin.
27387: AGRICULTURE. - A Dissertation on the Nature of Soils, and the Properties of Manure: to which is added, the Method of making a Universal Compost, to supply the place of Dung, where that useful and necessary article cannot be obtained: the whole forming a body of intelligence calculated to establish facts that may be applied for the benefit of Mankind. London: Sold by Ridgway. 1828. First Edition, vii,[v],141,[1]pp., possibly lacking half-title, small ink splash to title, disbound. [Sold with:] An Appendix to the Dissertation on the Nature of Soils... This appendix forms a synopsis of the science of agriculture, practically delineated; pointing out the necessary things to be taken into consideration in the management of a farm.
22255: AGRICULTURE. - Catalogue of the Walter Frank Perkins Agricultural Library.
27452: AINSLE (Robert) - Memoir on the Fiorin Grass. With a prefatory letter on the subject from William Douglas esq. of Almorness, Advocate, addressed to the conductor of the Farmer's Magazine, as published in that Magazine of March 1812.
37816: AITON (William Townsend) - A Treatise on Labouring, Manuring, and Cropping, of Moss-Earth; with Directions for converting it into Manure. Published under the Patronage of the Highland Society.
30342: AITON (William) - A Treatise on the Origin, Qualities, and Cultivation of Moss-Earth.
38964: HANA NO AKEBONO. - [The Dawn of Flowers: a Novel.]
31782: ALDIS (Harry G.) - A List of Books Printed in Scotland before 1700, Including those Printed Furth of the Realm for Scottish Booksellers. With brief notes on the printers and stationers.
33406: ROXBURGHE CLUB. ALEXANDER (Jonathan J.G.) - The Towneley Lectionary. Illuminated for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. The New York Public Library Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations Manuscript 91.
33092: ALEXANDER (William) - Plain and Easy Directions for the Use of Harrogate Waters.
25749: ROXBURGHE CLUB. ALEXANDER (Jonathan J.G.) - The Towneley Lectionary. Illuminated for Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. The New York Public Library Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations Manuscript 91.
34721: ALIM (G.) - Hindustani Self-Taught (colloquial) with English Pronunciation.
39769: ALL SOULS, OXFORD. - A Bill for Vesting in the Warden and College of All-Souls in Oxford, and their Successors, certain Houses and Ground belonging to the Parish of St. Mary in Oxford.
38201: Allainval, M. d' (Léonor-Jean-Christine Soulas) - L'Ecole des Bourgeois Comedie. En Trois Actes.
35548: ALLEN (Zachariah) - Defence of the Rhode Island System of the Treatment of the Indians, and of Civil and Religious Liberty. An Address delivered before the Rhode Island Historical Society, April 10th, 1876.
15484: ALLEN (J.A.) - Preliminary List of Works and Papers Relating to the Mammalian Orders Cete & Sirenia (1495-1840).
34478: ALLEY (George) - Observations on the Hydrargyria; or that Vesicular Disease arising from the Exhibition of Mercury.
31743: ALLISON (A.F.) - Four Metaphysical Poets. George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Henry Vaughan, Andrew Marvell; A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Early Editions of their Poetry and Prose (to the End of the 17th Century).
9173: ALLISON (A.F.) - Four Metaphysical Poets. George Herbert, Richard Crashaw, Henry Vaughan, Andrew Marvell; A Bibliographical Catalogue of the Early Editions of their Poetry and Prose (to the End of the 17th Century).
24850: SCOTS ALMANACK. - The Universal Scots Almanack, for the Year of our Lord M,DCC,LXXXVII. Being the Third after Bissextile, or Leap Year. With New Lists, and an Improved Kalendar, (The Calculations by Mr Dinwiddie) is, with the Greatest Submission, Dedicated to the Honourable Henry Erskine, Dean, and other Members of the Faculty of Advocates...
34073: ALMEIDA (Eduardo de Castro e) - Inventario dos documentos relativos ao Brasil existentes no Archivo de Marinha e Ultramar. VIII: Rio de Janeiro 1747-1755.
35425: ALSTON (R. C.) - Inventory of Sale Catalogues of Named and Attributed Owners of Books Sold by Retail or Auction 1676-1800. An Inventory of Sales in the British Isles, America, the United States, Canada, and India.
35422: ALSTON (R. C.) - Inventory of Sale Catalogues of Named and Attributed Owners of Books Sold by Retail or Auction 1676-1800. An Inventory of Sales in the British Isles, America, the United States, Canada, and India.
33317: ALSTON (R.C.) - A Bibliography of the English Language from the Invention of Printing to the Year 1800. A Corrected Reprint of Volumes I-X. Reproduced from the Author's Annotated Copy with Corrections and Additions to 1973 Including Cumulative Indices.
25765: ALSTON (R.C.) - A Bibliography of the English Language from the Invention of Printing to the Year 1800. Volume 4: Spelling Books.
13261: ALSTON (R.C.) - A Bibliography of the English Language from the Invention of Printing to the Year 1800. Volume 1: English Grammars Written in English and English Grammars Written in Latin by Native Speakers.
32421: ALTHAUS (Julius) - Cases Treated by Faradisation.
31816: ALTHAUS (Julius) - On Poisoning by Diseased Pork. Being an Essay on Trichinosis, or Flesh-Worm Disease: its Prevention and Cure.
31822: ALTHAUS (Julius) - Further Observations on the Electrolytic Dispersion of Tumours, Being a Paper read at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association at Edinburgh, August, 1875.
31358: ALTHAUS (Julius) - Progressive Locomotor Ataxy: Its Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment.
33753: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN AMERICA. - Isawi Maslon Ka Khulasa. jis par Presbiterian ke kalisa ke log iman rakhte hain. The confession of faith of the Presbyterian Church in America, in Hindustani.
22062: SPANISH-AMERICA. - Catalogue of Valuable and Rare Books, Chiefly Relating to the Languages, History & Topography of Spanish-America...
17104: AMERICANA. - Americana. Manuscripts, Books, Maps, Views... Catalogue No. 139.
17078: AMERICANA. - Manuscript and Printed Americana. Catalogue 160.
17024: AMERICANA. - Bibliotheca Americana. A Catalogue of Books Relating to the History and Literature of America. Sold by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson. [Compiled by Henry Stevens]. Puttick and Simpson. 1861. 2 Parts, [vi],134;[ii],137-273pp., orig. printed wrappers bound in. A most carefully prepared auction catalogue containing 2,415 lots, with collations, etc., These books were in fact those Stevens used in compiling his American bibliography 'Historical Nuggets'. [Bound with:] Catalogue of a Very Extensive, Curious and Valuable Library, Comprising a Larger Collection than has Hitherto ever been Offered in One Sale of Rare, Curious, and Important Works in Anglo-American Literature... Which Will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs, Puttick and Simpson. Puttick and Simpson. 1859. [ii],iv,256pp., orig. printed wrappers bound in, 3,272 lots. [Bound with:] Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of Rare and Interesting Books and Tracts Wholly Relating to America and the West Indies... Being a Second Portion of the Entire and Extensive Collection of Books, Formed by Mr. G.E. Mason, Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson. Puttick and Simpson. 1860. [ii],134pp., orig. printed wrappers bound in, 1,672 lots. [Bound with:] Catalogue of a Collection of Extremely Curious, Interesting, and Rare Books, in which is Comprised the Library of the Late Dr. Moradei of Florence: The Collection being Particularly Rich in Italian and Spanish Literature... Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Puttick and Simpson.
33048: TREATY OF AMIENS. - Official Papers, relative to the Preliminaries of London and the Treaty of Amiens. Published at Paris by Authority of the French Government.
39891: AMORY (Thomas) - Ministers not Lords over the Faith of Christians, but Helpers of their Joy. A sermon Preached at Lewin's-Mead, Bristol, at the ordination Of the Reverend Mr. William Richards, May the 22d. 1751.
37000: AMOS (William) - The Theory and Practice of the Drill-Husbandry; Founded upon Philosophical Principles, and confirmed by Experience... Illustrated with exact Drawings of all the Respective Parts, and a Perspective View of each Machine Complete.
24199: AMRAM (David Werner) - The Makers of Hebrew Books in Italy. Being Chapters in the History of the Hebrew Printing Press.
32414: ANAESTHESIA. - Anesthésie Locale.
35588: ANDERS (H. R. D.) - Shakespeare's Books. A Dissertation on Shakespeare's Reading and the Immediate Source of His Works.
22708: ANDERSEN (Hans Christian) - Catalogue of the Important Collection of Books and Associated Material Relating to Hans Christian Andersen Formed by the late Doctor Richard Klein.
38736: ANDERSON (Elbert) - The Skylight and the Dark-Room: A Complete Text-Book on Portrait Photography. Containing the Outlines of Hydrostatics, Pneumatics, Acoustics, Heat, Optics, Chemistry, and a Full and Comprehensive System of the Art of Photographic. With Twelve Splendid Explanatory Photographs, and Nearly Two Hundred Illustrations.
38427: ANDERSON (R. J.) - The Morphology of the Omohyoid Muscle. [Offprint from the 'Dublin Journal of Medical Science', August, 1881.]
38428: ANDERSON (R. J.) - The Morphology of the Muscles of the Tongue and Pharynx.
38430: ANDERSON (R. J.) - Observations on the Thickness of the Human Skull. [Offprint from the 'Dublin Journal of Medical Science', October, 1882.]
33300: ANDERSON (Dr. M'call) - Address on the Treatment of Pulmonary Consumption delivered at the Glasgow Pathological and Clinical Society, 14th November, 1882with a note of a visit to Davos-Platz.
32395: ANDERSON (Richard John) - Respiratory Excitation and Depression.
32311: ANDERSON (Richard John) - Note on Apnoea and Heat Dyspnoea.
31920: ANDERSON (John A.) - A Case of Aneurism of the Aorta Perforating the Pulmonary Artery. [Reprinted from the "Glasgow Medical Journal" for October, 1888.]
30847: ANDERSON (Christopher) - Historical Sketches of the ancient Native Irish and their descendants; illustrative of their Past and Present State with regard to Literature, Education, and Oral Instruction.
34411: ANDREE (John) - Considerations on Bilious Diseases: and some particular affections of the Liver, and the Gall Bladder.
31751: ANDRESEN (Andreas) - Der Deutsche Peintre-Graveur. German Graphic Artists Cataloged from 1560 to 1800.
37627: ANDREWS (Kenneth R.) - English Privateering Voyages to the West Indies 1588-1595. Documents relating to English voyages to the West Indies, from the defeat of the Armada to the last voyage of Sir Francis Drake, including Spanish documents contributed by Irene A. Wright.
35645: ANDREWS (William) Editor. - Bygone Leicestershire.
32373: ANDREWS (Magnus Whittern) - Practical Observations on the Application of Lunar Caustic to Strictures in the Urethra; illustrated by cases proving the permanency of the cure by that treatment, to which are added some remarks on its use in strictures of the oesophagus.
28075: ANDREWS (William Loring) - Bibliopegy in the United States and Kindred Subjects.
23921: ANDREWS (William Loring) - Bibliopegy in the United States and Kindred Subjects.
38196: ANGELO (Domenico Malevolti Tremamondo) - The School of Fencing, with a General Explanation of the Principal Attitudes and Positions Peculiar to the Art. Dedicated to their Royal Highnesses The Duke of Gloucester and Prince Henry-Frederic.
39387: ANGER (Benjamin) - Traité Iconographique des Maladies Chirurgicales. Précédé d'une Introduction par M. Velpeau. Dessins d'après nature, par MM. Bion, Léveillé et Beau.
34405: RHEUMATISM. ANGIER (Charles) - Dissertatio medica, inauguralis, de rheumatismo acuto: quam, annuente summo numine, Ex Auctoritate Reverendi admodum Viri, D. Gulielmi Robertson, S.T.P. Academiae Edinburgenae Praefecti; Nec non Amplissimi senatus academici consensu, Et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto; pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Carolus Angier, Anglus, Societ. Chirurg. Obstet. Praes. Ann. et Soc. Ext. Nec non Societ. Hibern. Med. Praes. Ann. et Soc. Ext. Ad diem 24 Junii, hora locoque solitis.
24499: HORTULUS ANIMAE. - Cod. Bibl. Vindob. 2706. Le Jardinet de l'Âme. [A Facsimile Reproduction of the MS. in the Imp. and Royal Court Library, Vienna. Elucidations by Friedrich Dörnhoffer].
23847: ANNINGER (Anne) - Spanish and Portuguese 16th Century Books in the Department of Printing and Graphic Arts. A Descriptive of an Exhibition and a Bibliographical Catalogue of the Collection.
39147: ANONYMOUS. - Serious considerations on the present state of affairs, both at home and abroad, and the fatal consequences reasonably to be expected from thence; with critical remarks upon our conduct, and that of the Dutch, as explain'd and vindicated in a late Pamphlet. As also upon that of the King of Prussia, upon his extraordinary Manifesto; and the Emperor's Commissorial Decree. The whole, in a letter to the Lords B, and C.
9188: ANSELMO (Antonio Joaquim) - Bibliografia das Obras Impressas em Portugal no Século XVI.
31499: SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES. - A Catalogue of the Printed Books in the Library of the The Society of Antiquaries of London. [Bound with:] A Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of the Society of Antiquaries of London.
38528: ANTOINE (A.) - Les Petits Peureux Corrigés; ouvrage destiné à prémunir les enfans contre toute idée d'apparitions, de revenans, de fantômes, etc.
38587: AOUST (Abbé) - Analyse Infinitésimale des Courbes dans l'Espace. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1876. [Bound with:] Des Roulettes en Général par M. l'Abbé Aoust. Marseille: Barlatier-Feissat, 1870. Bound with:] Sur les Diverses Manières de Présenter la Théorie des Onges Lumineuses, par M. de Saint-Venant.
32788: APOLOGY. - An Apology for the Conduct of a late celebrated second-rate Minister, from the Year 1729. at which Time he commenced Courtier, till within a few Weeks of his Death, in 1746. Giving a clear View of his real Principles and Design, and containing many curious and interesting particulars relative to the Time, and to Persons in the highest Stations. Written by himself and found among his Papers.
35440: APPERT (Nicolas) - The Art of Preserving all kinds of Animal and Vegetable Substances for several Years.
37628: ARASARATNAM (Sinnappah) Editor. - Francois Valentijn's Description of Ceylon.
39180: DECKER (Thomas) ARBER (Edward) Editor. - The Seven Deadly Sins of London drawn in seven several coaches, through the seven several gates of the City; bringing the plague with them [October] 1606.
24548: ARBER (Edward) Editor. - The English Scholar's Library of Old and Modern Works. No. 1-2.
39166: GREENE (Robert) ARBER (Edward) Editor. - Robert Greene, M.A. Menaphon: Camila's alarm to slumbering Euphues in his melancholy cell at Silexedra, etc. 1589.
39182: ARBER (Edward) Editor. - The Return from Parnassus or The Scourge of Simony. Publicly Acted by the Students of Saints John's College in Cambridge. [In January 1602].
39181: MARPRELATE (Martin) ARBER (Edward) Editor. - Martin Marprelate: The Epistle [September-November 1588].
39220: ARBER (Edward) Editor. - Tottel's Miscellany. Songes and Sonnets by Henry Howard, Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder, Nicholas Grimald and uncertain authors.
18731: ARBER (Edward) Editor. - The English Scholar's Library of Old and Modern Works. No. 1-4.
32304: ARBOUR (Romeo) - L'Ere Baroque en France: Repertoire Chronologique des Editions de Textes Litteraires. Premiere partie: 1585-1615 [1606-1615] Tome II.[With:] Deuxieme partie: 1616-128. [With:] Troisieme partie: 1629-1643.
22675: ARCH (John and Arthur) - A Catalogue of a Miscellaneous Collection of Books, New and Second Hand, on Sale, at the Prices Affixed, by John and Arthur Arch, No. 61, Cornhill, London. 1817 [& 1819].
38984: ARCHER (Caleb) - My Recollections of Wellingborough.
30299: ARCHER (Rev. S.) - The Sunday Collectors & Epistles, Arranged in the Form of Question and Answer, for the use of Sunday Schools.
19444: ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS. - Catalogue of the Royal Institute of British Architects Library.
36392: ARCHITECTURE. [FOULC (Edmond)] - Catalogue d'une très Importante Collection de Livres d'Architecture Recueils d'Ornements propres à la décoration des Édifices et aux Arts industriels par les maîtres Ornemanistes Français et Étrangers des XVIe, XVII et XVIIIe siècles. Livres Illustrés du Xve au XVIIIe Siècle comprenant notamment une remarquable série de livres a figures sur bois Italiens.
31793: ARMAO (Ermanno) - In giro per il Mar Egeo con Vincenzo Coronelli. Note di topologia, toponomastica e storia medievali. Dinasti e famiglie italiane in Levante.
27698: COAT OF ARMS. - An early 18th century representation of the arms of Basnett and Gerrard by a herald painter, vellum.
36577: ARMSTRONG (John) - The History of the Island of Minorca. Illustrated with a Correct Map of the Island.
33083: STANDING ARMY. - The Necessity of a Plot: Or, Reasons for a Standing Army. By a Friend to K. G. [King George].
26037: STANDING ARMY. - The Seaman's Opinion of a Standing Army in England, In Opposition to a Fleet at Sea, As the best Security of the Kingdom. In a Letter to a Merchant, Written by a Sailor.
23275: ARNIM (Manfred von) Editor. - Europäische Einbandkunst aus Sechs Jahrhunderten, Beispiele aus der Bibliothek Otto Schäfer. Edited by Manfred von Arnim.
38916: ARNOLD (Edward) - Catalogue of the Valuable Library Largely of French Literature in Handsome Bindings, Formed by the late Edward Arnold, Esq. of The Grove, Dorking.
40049: ARNOLD (Matthew) - On the Study of Celtic Literature.
37595: ORNAMENTAL ART. - The Ornamentist, or Artisan's Manual in the Various Branches of Ornamental Art.
39212: ARTILERY. - Catalog der Bibliothek des K. B. Isten Artillerie-Regiments.
39161: [LLOYD (William)] Bishop of St. Asaph. - A Sermon Preached before the King & Queen at White-Hall, March the Twelfth, 1689/90. Being the fast-day. By the Bishop of St. Asaph, Lord Almoner to Their Majesties. Published by Their Majesties command.
30810: ASGILL (John) - The Assertion is, that the Title of the House of Hannover to the Succession of the British Monarchy (on failure of Issue of her Present Majesty) is a Title Hereditary, and of Divine Institution.
39328: ASH (John) - Oratio anniversaria in theatro Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensium, ex Harveii instituto habita, A.D. M.DCC.XC. Festo divi lucæ, a Joanne Ash, M.D. Coll. Reg. Med. Lond. Soc. R. et S.A. Socio.
39662: POTT AND PEARL ASH. - An Act for encouraging the making of Pott Ashes and Pearl Ashes in the British Plantations in America.
36491: ASHER (G. M.) - Prospectus of a Bibliographical and Historical Essay on the Dutch Books and Pamphlets Relating to New-Netherland, and to the Dutch West-India Company, as also on the Maps / Charts / etc. of New-Netherland, accompanied by an historical map of the country. Compiled from the Dutch public and private libraries, and chiefly from the collection of Mr. Frederik Muller in Amsterdam. [Amsterdam: Frederik Muller, 1854.] [Bound with:] A List of the Maps and Charts of New-Netherland, and of the views of new-Amsterdam.
39158: SKELTON (John) ASHTON (John) - A Ballade of the Scottysshe Kynge. Reproduced in facsimile with an historical and bibliographical introduction by John Ashton.
25348: ASHTON (Charles) - Llyfryddiaeth Gymreig o 1801 I 1810.
38703: AGRICULTURE. ASLIN (Mary S.) - Rothamsted Experimental Station Library. Catalogue of the Printed Books on Agriculture Published Between 1471 and 1840. With Notes on the Authors by Mary S. Aslin.
34370: BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. - The Suggested Medico-Ethical Code of the British Medical Association. [Private and Confidential.]
34341: BRITISH MEDICAL ASSOCIATION. - Museum Catalogue. Illustrated by Woodcuts. Forty-First Annual Meeting. 1873.
34233: DONCASTER AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. - Bone Manure. Report of the Committee of the Doncaster Agricultural Association, on the advantages of Bones as Manure. Founded on Returns received in answer to the queries issued by the committee.
38119: ASTLEY (Philip) - Astley's System of Equestrian Education, Exhibiting the Beauties and Defects of the Horse; with Serious and Important Observations on his General Excellence, Preserving him in Heath, Grooming, &c.
33364: HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. FRANKLAND-RUSSELL-ASTLEY (Mrs.) - Report of the Manuscripts of Mrs. Frankland-Russell-Astley, of Chequers Court, Bucks.
39433: ASTOLFI (Giovanni Felice) - Scelta curiosa, et ricca officina di varie antiche, & moderne istorie, divisa in tre libri. Composta da Gio. Felice Astolfi, et adornata di belle, & vaghe figure: nella quale si spiegano esempi notabili, virtù e difetti pertinenti. Da' quali può agevolmente il professore di lettere, e d'armi, lo studioso d'istoria, di poesia, di costumi & di cose varie, il curioso & lo sfacendato ancora trarre utilità di correggere non pur i mancamenti altrui, ma gli propri, e d'incaminarsi nella strada della virtù.
24891: SOMERSET COUNTY PAUPER LUNATIC ASYLUM. - Eleventh Report of the Somerset County Pauper Lunatic Asylum, From the 1st of January, to the end of the Year 1858.
37277: ATABEY (Sefik E.) - The Ottoman World: The Library of Sefik E. Atabey with a Supplement.
32400: ATHILL (Samuel Byam) - Exercitatio Therapeutica, exhibens observationes quasdam de usu aquae frigidae externo. Quam, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate reverendi admodum viri, D. Gulielmi Robertson, S.S.T.P. academiæ Edinburgenæ præfecti, nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicæ decreto, pro gradu doctoratus, summisque in medicina honoribus et privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Samuel Byam at Hill, antiguensis, Societæ Medicae Edinensis socius. Ad diem 12. Septembris, hora loca que solitis.
35488: AUBREY (Sir John) - Speech of Sir John Aubrey in the House of Commons on Monday Night, 22d of December, 1788.
40123: BOOK AUCTION. - Catalogue of a Further Portion of the Library of a Well Known Collector, Deceased... which will be sold by Auction by Messrs. Christie & Manson... on Wednesday March 20th, 1850.
27425: ALNWICK FARM AUCTION. - To be Sold by Auction, for Ready Money, By virtue of a Writ of Fieri Facias directed to the Sheriff of Northumberland, (Mr. D. Busby, Auctioneer), at the Firth Farm, near Alnwick, on Monday, January the 16th, 1832, all the Farming Stock and Implements of Husbandry, Belonging to Mr. Robert Swan...
36000: DERBYSHIRE AUCTIONS. - An excellent bound volume of 20 early nineteenth-century provincially printed auction catalogues held within the vicinity of Derbyshire. The auctions range in date from 1809 to 1842, the majority held at Ashborne, but other towns are represented: Matlock, Wirksworth, Bakewell, Leek, Chesterfield & Derby. The contents of the catalogues are wide and varied, they include household furniture, libraries of books, agricultural equipment, dairy & brewing utensils, wines, etc. The volume was put together by Thomas Bateman, a keen antiquarian and grandfather of Thomas Bateman Jr., the pioneering Derbyshire archaeologist. None of these catalogues are represented by Copac.
38529: AULNOY (Maie Catherine de la Mothe) - Relation du Voyage d'Espagne.
39034: D'AUREVILLY (Jules Barbey) - The Diaboliques. Translated from the French, with an introduction, by Ernest Boyd and an Essay by Sir Edmund Gosse.
13681: AURNER (Nellie Slayton) - Caxton. Mirrour of Fifteenth-Century Letters. A Study of the Literature of the First English Press.
37734: AUSTRALIA. - State of Victoria Commonwealth of Australia. Showing Water Supply, Agriculture, Railways and other features. Principal Agriculture and Pastoral Features of the various Districts or the State of Victoria, Season 1924-25. Taken from "Victoria—The Speedway to Rural Prosperity" Handbook for Intending Settlers.
32089: AUSTRALIANA. - Catalogue of the Charles R. J. Glover Library Relating to Australia, New Guinea, New Zealand and the South Seas. [To be Sold by Auction 30th November-4th December, 1970].
9176: AMERICAN AUTHORS. - First Editions of the American Authors Collected by J. Chester Chamberlain...
32828: AVELINE (W. Talbot) - The Geology of Parts of Nottinghamshire [Yorkshire] and Derbyshire. Explanation of Quarter Sheet No. 82 S.E. [& N.E.] of the Geological Survey of England and Wales.
34334: AVELING (James Hobson) - On Nidation in the Human Female. Reprinted from the 'Obstetrical Journal' for July, 1874.
39439: SHAKESPEARE. AYSCOUGH (Rev. Samuel) - Shakspeare's Dramatic Works; with Explanatory Notes. A New Edition. To which now added, a Copious Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words.
37205: AZUNI (Domenico Alberto) - Systême Universel de Principes du Droit Maritime de l'Europe... Traduit de l'Italien, avec des additions du même auteur.
38204: BABINGTON (Charles C.) - Primitiae Florae Sarnicae; or, an Outline of the Flora of the Channel Islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Serk. Containing a catalogue of the plants indigenous to the islands: with occasional observations upon their distinctive characters, affinities, and nomenclature.
37946: BABINGTON (Charles C.) - Flora Bathoniensis: or, a Catalogue of the Plants Indigenous to the Vicinity of Bath.
39594: BABINGTON (Charles C.) - Flora Bathoniensis: or, a Catalogue of the Plants Indigenous to the Vicinity of Bath [with:] Supplement to the Flora Bathoniensis...
30275: BABINGTON (Charles C.) - Flora Bathoniensis: or, a Catalogue of the Plants Indigenous to the Vicinity of Bath.
31756: RUELENS (C.) & DE BACKER (A.) - Annales Plantiniennes de puis la Fondation de l'Imprimerie. Plantinienne a anvers Jusqua la mort de Chr. Plantin (1555-1589).
37016: ROXBURGHE CLUB. BACKHOUSE (Janet) - The Madresfield Hours. A Fourteenth-Century Manuscript in the Library of Earl Beuchamp.
28293: ROXBURGHE CLUB. BACKHOUSE (Janet) - The Madresfield Hours. A Fourteenth-Century Manuscript in the Library of Earl Beuchamp.
27962: BACKHOUSE (Edward) - Miscellaneous Pieces.
39120: BACON (Lady Jane Meautys Cornwallis) - The Private Correspondence of Jane Lady Cornwallis; 1613 - 1644. From the Originals in the Possession of the Family.
37733: BACON (Sir Francis) - Francisci Baconi Baronis de Verulamio,...... Opera Omnia, Quæ Philosophica, Moralia, Politica, Historica..... in quibus complures alii tractatus, quos brevitatis causa prætermittere visum est, comprehensi sunt. Hactenus nunquam conjunctim edita, Iam vero summo studio collecta, uno volumine comprehensa, & ab innumeris Mendis repurgata: cum Indice Rerum ac Verborum Universali absolutissimo, His præfixa est Auctoris Vita. [Edited by J. B. Schonwetter].
33748: BACON (Sir Francis) - The Apology of Sr. Francis Bacon Kt. In certain Imputations concerning the late Earl of Essex. Written to the Right Honourable his very good Lord, the Earl of Devonshire, Lord Liutenant of Ireland.
36031: BAEDEKER (Karl) - Southern Italy and Sicily with excursions to Malta, Sardinia, Tunis, and Corfu. Handbook for Travellers.
20300: BAER (Joseph) - Incunabula Xylographica et Typoggraphica, 1455-1500. Lagercatalog 585.
21939: BAESECKE (Georg) - Lichtdrucke nach Althochdeutschen Handschriften. Codd. Par. Lat. 7640, S. Gall 911, Aug. CXI Jun. 25, Lobcow. 434.
36745: BAETA (Henrique Xavier) - Comparative View of the Theories and Practice of Drs. Cullen, Brown, and Darwin, in the Treatment of Fever, and of Acute Rheumatism.
35565: BAGSHAW (William) - On Man; his Motives, their Rise, Operations, Opposition, and Results.
39385: BAIKIE (Robert) - Observations on the Neilgherries, Including an Account of their Topography, Climate, Soil & Productions, and of the Effects of the Climate on the European Constitution: with Maps of the Hills and the Approaches to them, Sketches of the Scenery, Drawings of the Principal Buildings, Tables of Routes, &c. Edited by W. H. Smoult, Esq.
38454: BAILEY (John) - General View of the County of Durham, with Observations on the Means of its Improvements, Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement. London: Printed for Richard Phillips, 1810. xiv, [2], 412pp., hand-coloured folding map frontispiece, 7 numbered engraved plates (5 folding), and 2 additional engraved plates, text and plates age-toned. [Bound with:] BAILEY (John) & CULLEY (G.) General View of the Agriculture of the County of Northumberland...
32190: BAILEY (Isabel) - Pishey Thompson: Man of Two Worlds.
20189: BAILLIERE (J.-B.) - Catalogue des Livres de Medecine Chirurgie, Anatomie, Physiologie, Histoire Naturelle, Physique, Chimie, Pharmacie / qui se Trouvent chez J.-B. Baillière, Libraire de l'Académie Nationale de Médecine...
38737: BAIN (Francis William) - Ten works translated from the original manuscripts by Francis William Bain, with presentation inscriptions from Sydney Carlyle Cockerell to Edith Beatty, wife of Alfred Chester Beatty.
38495: BAIN (J. Arthur) - Life and Explorations of Fridtjof Nansen.
36460: BAIRD (William) - The One Pound Note: its History, Place, and Power in Scotland, and its Adaptability for England.
37597: BAKER (W. Morrant) - On Necrosis without Suppuration: with a case of intra-osseous necrosis of the femur without suppuration, for which amputation at the hip-joint was performed.
27148: BAKER (Cathleen A) - By His Own Labor. A Biography of Dard Hunter.
27049: HALLIWELL-PHILLIPPS. BAKER (Ernest E.) - Are Shakespeare's Deeds to go to America? Reprinted from 'The Times' of 27th August, 1890.
20075: BAKER (Erest E.) Editor. - The Halliwell-Phillipps Collection. A Calendar of the Shakespearean Rarities, Drawings & Engravings, Formerly Preserved at Hollingbury Copse, near Brighton.
14001: BAKER (Arthur) - Mastering Italic Calligraphy.
37826: BAKEWELL (Robert) - Observations on the influence of Soil and Climate upon Wool; from which is deduced, a Certain and Easy Method of improving the quality of English Clothing Wools, and preserving the Health of Sheep; with Hints for the Management of Sheep after shearing...
1332: BALD (R. C.) - Bibliographical Studies in the Beaumont & Fletcher Folio of 1647.
31802: BALDING (Mortimer) - Hydatid Disease of the Liver: Its Diagnosis and Treatment.
34335: BALFOUR (George W.) - On the Treatment of Aneurism by Iodide of Potassium. [Sold with:] Further Observations...
32379: BALFOUR (George William) - The Physical Exploration of the Lungs.
39597: BALFOUR (John Hutton) - Introduction to the Study of Palaeontological Botany.
39596: BALFOUR (Professor [John Hutton]) - The Botanist's Companion or Directions for the use of the Microscope, and for the Collection and Preservation of Plants, with a Glossary of Botanical Terms.
37139: BALL (Douglas) - Victorian Publisher's Bindings.
37650: NAVAL BALLAD. - A Famous Sea-Fight between Captain Ward and the Rainbow. To the Tune of Captain Ward, &c.
37651: NAVAL BALLAD. - The Famous Fight at Malago or the Englishmens Victory over the Spaniards. Relating how five English frigats, viz. the Henry, Ruby, Antelope, Greyhound, and Bryan, burnt all the Spanish ships in their harbour at Malago; battered down their churches, and their houses about their ears, kill'd abundance of their men, and obtained an honourable victory. Where ever English seamen goes, they are a terror to their foes. To the tune of, Five sail of frigates bound for Malago, &c.
25869: BROADSHEET BALLAD. - Farewell to the Bonnets of Blue. By a bit-by-bit Freeholder, but a thorough Reformer.
24924: SCOTTISH BALLAD. - Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch. To which is added, the Highland Plaid. Neil Gow's Fareweel, John Anderson, my jo, Maria.
24887: STREET BALLADS. - A Garland of New Songs.
39686: BALLER (Joseph) - Courage and Faithfulness in the Cause of Christ, and his Gospel, recommended both to Ministers and People. A Sermon Preach'd at Exon before the Assembly of Ministers on May the 8th, 1754.
34734: BALLER (F. W.) - The Sacred Edict: With a Translation of the Colloquial Rendering. Prepared for the use of junior members of the China Island Mission.
21884: BALSAMO (Luigi) - Bibliography: History of a Tradition. Translated from the Italian by William A. Pettas.
39027: BALSTON (J.N.) - The Whatmans and Wove Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth.
38952: BALSTON (J.N.) - The Elder James Whatman: England's Greatest Paper Maker (1702-1759). A Study of Eighteenth Century Papermaking Technology and its effect on critical phase in the history of English White Paper manufacture.
38799: BALSTON (J.N.) - The Elder James Whatman: England's Greatest Paper Maker. [With:] The Whatmans and Wove Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth.
38732: BALSTON (John) - The Whatmans and Wove (Velin) Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth.
38701: BALSTON (J. N.) - The Elder James Whatman: England's Greatest Paper Maker (1702-1759). [A Study of Eighteenth Century Papermaking Technology and its effect on critical phase in the history of English White Paper manufacture].
34677: BALSTON (J.N.) - The Elder James Whatman: England's Greatest Paper Maker. [With:] The Whatmans and Wove Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth.
39615: BALSTON (J.N.) - The Whatmans and Wove Paper; Its Invention and Development in the West. Research into the Origins of Wove Paper and of Genuine Loom-Woven Wire-cloth.
19949: BALSTON (Thomas) - William Balston Paper Maker 1759-1849.
13337: BALSTON (Thomas) - William Balston Paper Maker 1759-1849.
27025: BALTAZAR. - Livres manuscrits, imprimés, gravés et peints 1975-1986.
37704: BALZAC (Honoré de) - Balthazar Claës, ou la Recherche de l absolu.
37705: BALZAC (Honoré de) - La peau de chagrin.
37700: BALZAC (Honoré de) - Scenes de la Vie de Province.
37703: BALZAC (Honoré de) - Eugénie Grandet.
21988: BANGE (E.F.) - Eine Bayerische Malerschule des XI. und XII. Jahhunderts.
38286: BANKES (Thomas), BLAKE (Edward Warren) & COOK - By the King's royal license and authority. A new royal authentic and complete system of universal geography antient and modern: Including all the late important discoveries made by the English, and other celebrated navigators of various nations, in the different hemispheres, and containing a complete genuine history and description of the whole world,... throughout Europe, Asia, Africa and America...
30679: BANKS (John) - A Treatise on Mills, in Four Parts. Part First, On Circular Motion. Part Second, On the Maximum of Moving Bodies, Machines, Engines, &c. Part Third, On the Velocity of effluent Water. Part Fourth, Experiments on Circular Motion, Water-Wheels, &c.
19573: BARBADOS. - Bibliotheca Barbadiensis: A Catalog of Materials Relating to Barbados in the Boston Public Library.
38624: BARBAULT (Jean) - Les Plus Beaux Monuments de Rome Ancienne ou, Recueïl des Plus Beaux Morceaux de l'Antiquité Romaine Qui Existent Encore. Dessinés par Monsieur Barbault Peintre Ancien Pensionnaire du Roy a Rome, et Gravés en 128 Planches avec Leur Explication.
38788: BARBER (Giles) - Catalogue of Printed Books and Bookbindings: The James A. de Rothschild Bequest at Waddesdon Manor.
33962: BARCLAY (Robert) - The anarchy of the ranters, and other Libertines, the hierarchy of the Romanists, and other pretended Churches, Equally Refused, and Refuted, in a two-fold apology for the church and people of God, called in derision Quakers. Wherein They are vindicated from those that accuse them of Disorder and Confusion on the one Hand, and from such as calumniate them with Tyranny and Imposition on the other: Shewing, That as the true and pure Principles of the Gospel are restored by their Testimony; so is also the Ancient Apostolick Order of the Church of Christ re-established among them, and settled upon its Right Basis and Foundation. By Robert Barclay. To which is added, A brief examination and state of liberty spiritual, Both with Respect to Persons in their private Capacity, and in their Church Society, and Communion. By William Penn.
39030: ROXBURGHE CLUB. BARKER (Nicolas) - Bibliotheca Lindesiana. The Lives and Collections of Alexander William, 25th Earl of Crawford and 8th Earl of Balcarres, and James Ludovic, 26th Earl of Crawford and 9th Earl of Balcarres.
32124: BARKER (Nicolas) - The Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning 1478-1978: An Illustrated History.
29338: FOLIO SOCIETY. BARKER (Nicolas) - FOLIO 40. A checklist of the publications of the Folio Society 1947-1987.
20025: BARKER (Nicolas) - The Butterfly Books. An Enquiry into the Nature of Certain Twentieth Century Pamphlets.
12789: BARKER (Nicolas) - The Oxford University Press and the Spread of Learning 1478-1978: An Illustrated History.
31922: BARLOW (Thomas) - On a case of early disseminated myelitis occurring in the exanthem stage of measles and fatal on the eleventh day of that disease... Report on the microscopical examination of the spinal cord, by F.G. Penrose, M.D. ; received April 13th - read November 9th, 1886.
28031: ROXBURGHE CLUB. BARLOW (T.D.) - The Medieval World Picture & Albert Dürer's Melancholia.
38562: BARNES (William) - Poems of Rural Life, in the Dorset Dialect. With a Dissertation and Glossary.
31817: BARNES (Henry) - On Chronic Accidental Poisoning. Read at a Meeting of Border Counties Branch held at Carlisle, June 25th, 1880.
31803: BARNES (Henry) - Report of a Case of Hydatid Disease of the Liver Successfully Treated by Paracentesis. (Read at a meeting of the Border Counties Branch of the British Medical Association, held at Dumfries, October 29, 1880.)
32428: BARNS (Henry) - On the Abuse of Narcotics.
31170: BALTIMORE (Frederick Calvert) Baron - The Trial of Frederick Calvert, Esq; Baron of Baltimore [Maryland, America] in the Kingdom of Ireland, for a Rape on the Body of Sarah Woodcock; and of Eliz. Griffinburg, and Anne Harvey, otherwise Darby, as Accessories before the Fact, for procuring, aiding, and abetting him in committing the said Rape. At the Assizes held at Kingston, for the County of Surry, on Saturday the 26th of March 1768. Before..... Sir Sydney Stafford Smythe,.... Published by Permission of the Judge. Taken in Short-Hand by Joseph Gurney.
39325: BARRON (William) - An Essay of the Mechanical Principles of the Plough.
32431: BARTHOLOW (Roberts) - Permanganate of Potassium: its action and uses.
37624: BARTLETT (Henrietta C.) - Catalogue of Early English Books, Chiefly of the Elizabethan Period. Collected by William Augustus White.
31742: BARTLETT (Henrietta) - Mr. William Shakespeare. Original and Early Editions of his Quartos and Folios, his Source Books and those Containing Contemporary Notices.
34332: BARTLEY (John) - Pharmacopoeia Hippiatrica: or, the gentleman farrier's repository, of elegant and approved remedies for the diseases of horses; in two books. Containing, I. The surgical; II. The medical part of practical farriery; Also, Directions for the proper Treatment of Post Chaise and other Horses, after violent Exercise. With suitable Remarks on the Whole To which are now added; observations on broken winded horses, endearing to prove the Seat of that Malady not to be the Lungs. The second edition; by J. Bartlet, Surgeon; Author of the Gentleman's Farriery.
32223: BARTON (John) - A Lecture on the Geography of Plants.
31668: CARPENTER (Kenneth E.) & BARUCCI (Piero) - Italian Economic Literature in the Kress Library, 1475-1850.
15034: BARWICK (George F.) - A Book Bound for Mary Queen of Scots. Being a Description of the Binding of a Copy of the Geographia of Ptolemy Printed at Rome, 1490, with notes on other Books Bearing Queen Mary's Insignia. Illustrated Monographs No. IX.
38122: BASAN (Pierre François) - Collection de Cent-Vingt Estampes, Gravées d'après les tableaux & dessins qui composoient le cabinet de M. Poullain, Receveur Général des Domaines du Rio, décédé en 1780; Précédée d'un Abrégé historique de la Vie des Auteurs qui la composent; Dédiée a M. le Comte d'Orsay....
34619: GAMBA DI BASSANO (Bartolommeo) - Serie dei Testi Di Lingua e di altre opere importanti nella italiana letteratura scritte dal secolo XIV al XIX.
9239: BASSETT (John) Editor. - The Printing World. A Journal Devoted to the Interest of Printing. Vol. II.-Jan. to Dec., 1892. [&] New Series Vol. 1. 1893 - Vol. 2. 1894.
37844: BASTIAN (Jayavira Bandara) - Translation of Hansa Sandesa Stanzas (1-62). With Text, Introduction, Grammar, Notes and Allusions by C. D. R. Bastian Jayaweera Bandara.
35477: BASTIN (Jean) - Dictionnaire Français-Russe étymologique et comparé.
38175: BATCHELOR (Thomas) - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Bedford. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
34123: BATCHELOR (Thomas) - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Bedford. Drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
30819: BATEMAN (William) - The Colonist: a Work on the Past and Present position of the Colony of New Zealand.
21119: HEWITT-BATES (J.S.) - Bookbinding.
24127: BATESON (F.W.) Editor. - The Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.
20717: BATESON (Mary) Editor. - Catalogue of the Library of Syon Monastery, Isleworth.
36610: BATH. - Some Thoughts of the Manner of Spending the Passion Week. Addressed to the Fashionable World; but Particularly to the Polite Circles in the Gay City of Bath. London: Printed for F. and C. Rivington, 1795. 45, [1]pp. [Bound with:] MORE (Hannah) An Estimate of the Religion of the Fashionable World.
25937: BATTAGLIA (Salvatore) - Grande Dizionario della Lingua Italiana. Indice Degli Autori Citati nei Volumi I-VII.
39646: BAUDER (Peter) - The Spiritual Mirror; or, Looking-Glass: exhibiting the human heart as being either the temple of God, or habitation of devils : exemplified by a series of ten engravings : intended to aid in a better understanding of man's fallen nature : anciently published in the French language, in which five editions were printed, in 1732, translated into the German language.
38977: BAYNES (Thomas) - A Catalogue of Books in Theological, Historical, Classical, Philological, and Miscellaneous Literature, now on Sale by Thomas Baynes
35704: BAYNTON (Thomas) - Descriptive Account of a New Method of treating Old Ulcers of the Legs.
39782: BAYNTON (Thomas) - Descriptive Account of a New Method of Treating Old Ulcers of the Legs.
32686: BAYNTUN (George) - New Bindings. Catalogue No. 22.
24352: HYETT (Francis Adams) & BAZELEY (The Rev. William) - The Bibliographer's Manual of Gloucestershire Literature. Being a Classified Catalogue of Books, Pamphlets, Broadsides, and other Printed Matter Relating to the County of Gloucester or to the City of Bristol, with Descriptive and Explanatory Notes.
37968: MAURY-BAZIRE (Dr. Q. S.) - Tratado de Higiene Dentaria ó Art de cuidarse la dentadura, y de las propiedades y empleo de los Dentrificios con un cuadro sinoptico de la Denticion. Para el uso de toda clase de personas.
39790: DE PEZAY (Marquis) BDORAT (Claude Joseph) - Delia Bathing ( Zelis au Bain) by the Marquis de Pezay; Celia's Doves (Les Tourterelles de Zelmis) by C. J. Dorat.
33932: BEARBLOCK (James) - A Treatise upon Tithes: containing an Estimate of every Titheable Article in Common Cultivation; with the various modes of compounding for the same..... to which are prefixed, Observations on a Pamphlet written by Rich. Flower recommending the Abolition of Tithes..... Dedicated to..... the Bishop of Lincoln [George Pretyman-Tomline].
37008: BEARE (Geoffrey) - The Brothers Robinson. Charles, Thomas Heath & William Heath Robinson.
22910: BEATTIE (James) - The Minstrel; or, the Progress of Genius: and other Poems.
33363: HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. BEAUFORT (Duke of) - The Manuscripts of The Duke of Beaufort, K.G., The Earl of Donoughmore, and others. Twelfth Report, Appendix, Part IX.
14042: BEAUMONT (Cyril W.) - A Bibliography of Dancing.
38662: BEAWES (Wyndham) - Lex Mercatoria Rediviva: or, the merchant's directory. Being a complete guide to all men in business, Whether AS Traders, Remitters, Owners, Freighters, Captains, Insurers, Brokers, Factors, Supercargoes, Agents. Containing an account of our trading companies and colonies, with their Establishments, and an Abstract of their Charters; the duty of consuls, and the Laws subsisting about Aliens, Naturalization and Denization.
34144: BECKER (F. W.) - Letters on the Cholera in Prussia. Letter I. to John Thomson... on the causes and prevention of cholera.
37966: BECKFORD (W.) - The Englishman in Italy. Self - Instructor with Conversations and idioms for learning the Italian Language.
34185: BEDDOES (Thomas) - Observations on the Nature and Cure of Calculus, Sea Scurvy, Consumption, Catarrh, and Fever: together with conjectures upon several other subjects of physiology and pathology.
39074: BEGLEY (Rev. Walter) Editor. - Breviarium Anagrammaticum. the Latin hymns of the breviary and other famous Latin hymns of the early church turned into metrical anagrams...
23830: BEIJERS (J.L.) - Emblem Books. Catalogues 83,136 &156.
32406: INDIA BAEL OR BELA. - Practical Observations on the use of the Indian Bael or Bela, in Dysentery, Diarrhoea, &c. by a late Member of the Profession, Bengal Presidency.
30232: DE BELDER (Robert) - A Magnificent Collection of Botanical Books being the Finest Colour-Plate Books from the Celebrated Library formed by Robert de Belder.
30233: DE BELDER (Robert) - A Magnificent Collection of Botanical Books being the Finest Colour-Plate Books from the Celebrated Library formed by Robert de Belder.
32397: MacCORMAC (Henry) MD of Belfast - The Air Cure of Tubercular Consumption, As conducted at Davos and the Engadine, in a Letter to the Medico Chirurgical.
17706: BIBLIOTHÈQUE ROYALE DE BELGIQUE. - Trésors de la Bibliothèque Royale de Belgique.
35510: FRANCE AND BELGIUM. - Vade-Mecum for Tourists in France and Belgium; containing a copious Phrase-Book and Vocabulary adapted for every emergency of the Traveller: with Maps of the chief Routes, and a variety of useful information.
24047: BÉLINAC (Albert) - Catalogue de la Bibliothèque de feu Mr Albert Bélinac. Membre de Sociétes de Bibliophiles Industriel Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur. Première Partie: Très Beaux Livres Modernes Recouverts de Supernes Reliures d'Art. Examplaires uniques enrichis d'Aquarelles originales. Seconde Partie: Livres a Figures de XVIIIe Siècle Éditions Originales Éditions de Luxe. André Desvouges, Commissaire-Priseur.
34323: BELL (Benjamin) - A Probationary Essay on Blennorrhagia Venerea; Submitted... to the examination of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh...
34137: BELL (George Hamilton) - Letter to Sir Henry Halford, Bart. M. D. President of the Board of Health, &c. &c. &c. on the tendency of the proposed regulations for cholera: with observations as to the nature of the disease, and the course to be followed immediately on its appearance in a family.
39991: BELLAIGUE (Geoffrey de) - The James A. De Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor. Furniture, Clocks and Gilt Bronzes. Volume II.
37689: BELLORI (Giovanni Pietro) - Veteres arcus Augustorum triumphis insignes. Ex Reliquiis quae Romae adhuc Supersunt cum Imaginibus Triumphalibus restituti antquis nummis notisquae Io: Petri Bellorii illustrati Nunc primùm per Io: Iacobum de Rubeis Aeneis typis vulgati.
38162: BENETT (John) - The Relative Importance of Agriculture and Foreign Trade.
31958: ASIATIC SOCIETY OF BENGAL. - Author Catalogue of Printed Books in European Languages in the Library of the Asiatic Society of Bengal.
35747: BENGALI. - The New Testament of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ in the Bengali Language. Translated from the original Greek by the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries with native assistants.
35613: BENGALI. - The Proverbs of Solomon in Bengali. Translated from the original Hebrew, by the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries.
33137: BENGALI. - The Preceptive and Devotional Books of the Old Testament comprehending Job, The Psalms of David and the writings of Solomon in Bengali. Translated from the Hebrew by the Calcutta Baptist Missionaries, with native assistants.
32710: SMITH (George) & BENGER (Frank) - The Oldest London Bookshop. A History of Two Hundred Years. To Which is Appended a Family Correspondence of the Eighteenth Century.
12469: BENKOVITZ (Miriam J.) - A Bibliography of Ronald Firbank. [With:] Supplement.
39852: BENNETT (William) - John Baskerville: The Birmingham Printer. His Press, Relations, and Friends.
31924: BENNETT (A. Hughes) - Muscular Hypertonicity in Paralysis: being the opening of a discussion on the subject, at the Neurological Society of London, July 7, 1887.
31909: BENNETT (Whitman) - A Practical Guide to American Nineteenth Century Color Plate Books.
19303: BENNETT (H.S.) - English Books & Readers 1603 to 1640. Being a Study in the History of the Book Trade in the Reigns of James I and Charles I.
33817: BENSON (Joseph) - The Inspector of Methodism Inspected, and the Christian Observer Observed. By Joseph Benson. Being an Answer to a Pamphlet, entitled, Methodism Inspected, Published by William Hales, D.D. Rector of Killesandra in Ireland: and to the review thereof in the Christian Observer.
23776: NIELSEN (Carl P.) & BERG (R.) - Danmarks Bogbindere Gennem 400 Aar.
37442: BERGHMAN (G.) - Catalogue Raisonné des Impressions Elzeviriennes de la Bibliothèque Royale de Stockholm.
23845: BERGMANS (Paul) - Les Imprimeurs Belges à l'Étranger. Liste Géographique des Imprimeurs et Libraires Belces Établis a l'Étranger depuis les Origines de l'Imprimerie jusqu'a la fin du XVIIIe Siècle.
37126: BERKELEY (George) - Siris: A Chain of Philosophical Reflexions and Inquiries Concerning the Virtues of Tar Water, and divers other subjects connected together and arising one from another.
31767: BERKELEY (Edmund) Editor. - Autographs and Manuscripts: A Collector's Manual.
16215: BERKOVITS (Ilona) - Illuminated Manuscripts from the Library of Matthias Corvinus.
37478: BERNAL (Ralph) - Catalogue of the Celebrated Collection of Works of Art, from the Byzantine Period to that of Louis Seize, of that Distinguished Collector, Ralph Berrnal, Esq., Deceased; and also, of the Beautoful Decorative Furniture and Service of plate: Which (by order of the executors) Will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. Christie & Manson, at the Mansion... on Monday, March the 5th, 1855.
26219: BERNAL (Ralph) - Catalogue of the Very Choice and Valuable Collection of Prints... Comprising Principally of English and Foreign Portraits of the Great Men of Europe from the time of Queen Mary to James Second... a most splendid Selection of the Works of Hogarth... Which will be Sold by Auction, by Messrs. S. Leigh Sotheby & John Wilkinson... On Monday, 19th of February, 1855, and Two following Days.
36033: BERNARD (Madame) - German Equivalents for English Thoughts.
23198: BERNARD (Aug.) - Antoine Verard et ses Livres a Miniatures au XVe Siecle.
29221: BERNERS (Dame Juliana) - The Boke of Saint Albans by Dame Juliana Berners. Containing Treatises on Hawking, Hunting, and Cote Armour; Printed at Saint Albans by the Schoolmaster-Printer in 1486. Reproduced in Facsimile with an Introduction by William Blades.
23990: BERNHARDT (Sarah) - Bibliothèque de Mme Sarah Bernhardt. Première [-Deuxième] Partie. Livres Anciens. — Théatre Piéces du Repertoire du Mme Sarah Bernhardt...
38248: WRIOTHESLEY (Rachael Lady Russell) BERRY (Mary) Editor. - Some Account of the Life of Rachael Wriothesley Lady Russell, By the Editor of Madame Du Deffand's Letters. Followed By a Series of Letters from Lady Russell to Her Husband, William Lord Russell; From 1672 to 1682; Together with Some Miscellaneous.
23986: BESOMBES (Albert) - Livres Anciens et Modernes. Provenant de la Succession de M. Albert Besombes...
32760: BESTERMAN (Theodore) - Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century. Volume VIII.
19456: BESTERMAN (Theodore) - Early Printed Books to the End of the Sixteenth Century. A Bibliography of Bibliographies.
17718: BETTINI (Sergio) - Mosaici Antichi di San Marco a Venezia.
11978: BÉVENOT (Maurice) - The Tradition of Manuscripts; A Study in the Transmission of St. Cyprian's Treatise.
33804: BEVERLEY (John) - The Poll for the Election of a Representative in Parliament for the University of Cambridge, on Friday, February 7, 1806. Candidates: Lord Henry Petty, Lord Althorp, Lord Viscount Palmerston.
35845: BEVINGTON (Michael) - Stowe: A Guide to the House.
35820: BHATT (J. R.) - Animal Life. In Story and Picture with special reference to Ceylon.
31479: HOLY BIBLE. - The Holy Bible, Containing the Old and New Testaments: Newly Translated out of the Original Tongues, and with the former Translations Diligently Compared and Revised, by His Majesty's Special Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches.
36174: BIBLES. - Bibles & Biblical Literature, Including the Best Works, Ancient & Modern, on the Criticism, Interpretation, and Illustration of Holy Scripture, Being a very complete and extensive Collection of bibles in all Languages, Biblical Commentators and Critics of all ages, sects, and languages, Jewish and Rabbinical Authors, the most important works in every department of Sacred Philology, History, and Antiquities, and other subjects by which the Bible is illustrated, with a Collection of Samaritan Manuscripts Including Three very ancient Pentateuchs, To Which are appended A minutely Classified Index of Authors, and Alphabetical Index of Subjects. On Sale, at the Prices affixed, by C. J. Stewart.
24259: BIBLIOPHILOS. - The Rights of the Publick to the Valuable Library at St. Nicholas' Church, Newcastle, Duly Considered. By Bibliophilos.
38742: PROSPECTUS. BICKHAM (George) - October 1749. Proposals for Engraving by Subscription the British Monarchy: Or, a New Chorographical Description of all the Dominions Subject to the King of Great Britain. Comprehending the British Isles, the American Colonies, the Electoral States, the African & Indian Settlements... Engrav'd by George Bickham.
24029: BIDOIRE (Pierre) - Catalogue de Très Beaux Livres de XVe au XIXe Siecles... Manuscrits, Incunables, Classiques, Livres Illustres... Leon Andre Commissaire-Priseur.
35496: INDIA BILL. - True State of the Question.
30965: EXCISE BILL. - Some Observations upon a paper, intituled. The List. That is, of those who Voted for and against the Excise-Bill
28126: BILL (E. G. W.) - A Catalogue of Manuscripts in Lambeth Palace Library MSS. 1222-1860. With a supplement to M. R. James's Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the Library of Lambeth Palace by N.R. Ker.
39063: BILLCLIFFE (Roger) - The Glasgow Boys: The Glasgow School of Painting 1875-1895.
34124: BILLINGSLEY (John) - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Somerset, With observations on the means of its improvement. Drawn up in the tear 1795, for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
38154: BINDING. - The Book of Common Prayer, and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the Church according to the use of the Church of England: together with the proper lessons for Sundays and other Holy-Days.
38858: GREGYNOG BINDINGS. - The Miss Margaret Davies Complete Collection of Special Gregynog Bindings. With an Introduction by Dorothy A. Harrop.
27944: OXFORD BINDINGS. - Unique and other Oxford Bindings, Executed at the University Binding House in London.
21422: SILVER BINDINGS. - Silver and Enamel Bindings [Breslauer Collection].
39821: BINDMAN (David) - The Complete Graphic Works of William Blake.
37876: BINNING (Capt. Thomas) - A Light to the Art of Gunnery. Wherein is laid down the True Weight of Power, both for Proof and Action, of all sorts of Great Ordnance. Also the true Ball, and allowance for Wind. With the most necessary Conclusions for the Practice of Gunnery, either in Sea or Land-Service. Likewise the Ingredients, and making of most necessary Fire-Works: As also many Compositions for the Gunner's Practice, both at Sea and Land.
37344: BIONDI (Sir Giovanni Francesco) - An History of the Civill Warres of England, Betweene the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke... Written in Italian in three Volumes, by Sir Francis Biondo... Englished by the Right Honourable Henry Earle of Mounmouth. [Bound with:] The Second Part of the History of the Civill Warres of England Between the two Houses of Lancaster and Yorke,
39412: [BIRAC (Sieur de), LAMONT (M. de) & VALIERO (Chevalier de la) - The New Art of War. Containing I. The duties of officers of horse and foot. II. the Duties of a Soldier in general, from a private Sentinel to a Commander in Chief. III. The practice of war by all great generals; As the Order of Marching, Counter-Marching, and Incamping, with proper Distances, as Intervals and Streets, for Horse and Foot; the Plan or Method of drawing up an Army in Line of Battle; of Attacking and Defending Lines of Circumvallation; of pasting Rivers over Bridges of Pontons, and Entrenching an Army on the other Side; the Manner of Besieging and Defending fortified Places; the Method of Surprising Garrisons and Armies, and of Beating up Quarters. To which are added (never published before,) IV. The manner of drawing up a regiment, and Posting Officers, with Orders to be observ'd in Camps and Garrisons. V. The Exercise of the Foot, with the Number of Motions to be performed at each Word of Command, and an Explanation of them. VI. The Method of Forming and Reducing the Hollow Square. Vii. The Exercise of the Horse and Dragoons as now practised. Viii. The Rules and Orders of his late Majesty King William, when Prince of Orange, to be observed by all Guards and Garrisons. IX. Lastly, an abridgement of the articles of war now in Force. The whole illustrated with several Copper Cuts.
35806: BIRD (James Barry) - An Assistant to the Practice of Conveyancing; containing Indexes or References to the several Deeds, Agreements, and other Assurances comprised in the several Precedent Books of authority now in print. From the Time of Sir Orlando Bridgman to the present Period. With Short Remarks on the Distinguished Qualities of each Precedent; and Cursory Observations on the Peculiar Merit of the Conveyancers by whom they were respectively prepared.
9272: BIRD (Robert Montgomery) - The City Looking Glass. A Philadelphia Comedy, in Five Acts. Edited, with an Introduction by Arthur Hobson Quinn.
37301: BLACK (M.H.) - Cambridge University Press 1584-1984.
32905: BLACK (Donald Campbell) - Observations on Therapeutics and Disease.
31135: BLACK (George F.) - A Gypsy Bibliography. Gypsy Lore Society. Monographs. No. 1.
39323: BLACK (James) - Observations on the Tillage of the Earth, and on the Theory of Instruments Adapted to this End.
9277: BLACK (R.D. Collison) - A Catalogue of Pamphlets on Economic Subjects Published Between 1750 and 1900 and now Housed in Irish Libraries.
20093: BLACK (M.H.) - Cambridge University Press 1584-1984.
32298: BLACKADDER (H. Home) - Observations on Phagedaena Gangraenosa. In Two Parts. I. The history and cure of the disease, deduced from observation and experience, and containing a simple and effectual method of treatment. II. An investigation into the history of the disease, as it is to be found in the writings of various ancient and modern authors.
34254: BLACKBURN (Lancelot) - The blessedness of suffering persecution for righteousness sake. A sermon Preach'd before Her Majesty at St. James's Chappel: on Sunday December 26. 1708. By Lancelot Blackburn, Dean of Exeter, and Chaplain in Ordinary to Her Majesty. Publishd by her Majesty's Especial Command.
31457: LANGFELD (William R.) & BLACKBURN (Philip C.) - Washington Irving: A Bibliography. [With] A Census of Washington Irving Manuscripts by H. L. Kleinfield.
24556: BLACKBURN (Charles F.) - Rambles in Books.
27430: BLACKER (William) - An Essay of the Improvement to be made in the Cultivation of Small Farms by the Introduction of Green Crops, and Housefeeding the Stock thereon...
39198: ROBARTS (Henry) BLACKIE (E. M.) - A Most Friendly Farewell to Sir Francis Drake. Transcribed with a short Introduction by E. M. Blackie.
38433: BLACKWELL (Dr. Elizabeth) - The Human Element in Sex: being a medical inquiry into the relation of sexual physiology to Christian morality.
40050: BLADES (William) - The Enemies of Books. With a Preface by Richard Garnett.
34528: BLADES (William) - The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England's First Printer.
22443: BLADES (William) - The Biography and Typography of William Caxton, England's First Printer.
20012: BLADES (William) - An Account of the German Morality=Play, Entitled Depositio Cornuti Typographici, as Performed in the 17th & 18th Centuries...
38974: HODGSON (Norma) & BLAGDEN (Cyprian) - The Notebook of Thomas Bennet and Henry Clements (1686-1719). With some aspects of book trade practice.
38966: HODGSON (Norma) & BLAGDEN (Cyprian) - The Notebook of Thomas Bennet and Henry Clements (1686-1719). With some aspects of book trade practice.
35822: BLAGG (Thomas M.) - The Parish Registers of Shelton, in the County of Nottingham, for the Years 1595-1812, with Appendices.
39563: BLAIR (Rev. David) - The Universal Preceptor: Being a General Grammar of Arts, Sciences, and Useful Knowledge, with Six Hundred Questions and Exercises.
33588: BLAIZOT (Claude) - Reliures Francaises Contemporaines, Quelques Tendances.
23841: BLAIZOT (Claude) - Reliures Francaises Contemporaines, Quelques Tendances.
36106: BLAKE (N. F.) - Caxton and his World.
36082: BLAKE (N.F.) - Caxton: England's First Publisher.
32576: BLAKE (William) - William Blake: Designs for Blair's Grave.
32537: BLAKE (Edward T.) - Sewage-Poisoning: How to Avoid it in the Simplest Way. Illustrated with Woodcuts.
13643: BLAKE (William) - Notes for a Catalogue of the Blake Library at The Georgian House, Merstham by Kerrison Preston.
32806: BLAKESLEY. - Account of the Parish of Blakesley, Northamptonshire.
33562: BLAKISTON (J. M. G.) - Winchester College. Unfamiliar Libraries XI. Reprinted from 'The Book Collector', Autumn, 1967.
39330: BLANE (Gilbert) - A Lecture on Muscular Motion, read at the Royal Society, the 13th and 20th of November, 1788.
39211: BLAZE DE BURY ( Marie P. R. Baroness), RAMSAY (Alexander) - Racine, and the French classical drama. [bound with:] Molière, and the French classical drama. [and:] Samuel Butler, and his Hudibras and other works.
21037: BLISS (Carey S.) - A Pair on Printing. Atkyns' 'The Original and Growth of Printing' & William Caslon and the First English Type Specimen Book. Reproduced in Facsimile with Introductions by Carey S. Bliss.
9295: BLOCK (Andrew) - The Book Collectors Vade Mecum.
37928: LE BLOND (Guillaume) - A Treatise of Artillery: or, of the Arms and Machines used in War since the Invention of Gunpowder. Being the first part of Le Blond's Elements of War: Written in French by that eminent Mathematician, for the Use of Lewis Charles of Lorraine, Count de Brionne, and publish'd for the Instruction of the young Gentlemen in the Armies of France. Illustrated with above Fifty Representations, beautifully engraved on Copper Plates. With Remarks, and Explanatory Notes.
12431: BLOOM (J. Harvey) - English Tracts, Pamphlets and Printed Sheets: A Bibliography. Vol 1. (Early Period) 1473-1650. (Suffolk).
34747: BLOXAM (Matthew Holbeche) - On certain Sepulchral Effigies and Monuments in South Yorkshire. A Paper read at the Annual Meeting of the Yorkshire Architectural Society, held at York, on the 25th of October, 1849.
24040: BLUMENTHAL (George) - Catalogue des Livres Illustres du XVIIIe Siecle. Editions Originales de Grands Classiques Francais Riches Reliures Armoriees et Autographes Anciens.
14013: BLUMENTHAL (Joseph) - The Spiral Press. An Exhibition of Books and Ephemera Designed and Printed at The Spiral Press in New York from 1926 to 1968.
9301: BLUMHARDT (J.F.) - Catalogue of the Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali, Assamese, Oriya, Pushtu, and Sindhi Manuscripts in the Library of the British Museum.
31692: BLUMHARDT (J. F.) - Catalogue of Hindustani Printed Books in the Library of the British Museum.
39906: BLUNDEN (Edmund) - A.L.s from Edmund Blunden (1896-1974), poet and academic, to Douglas Grant (1921-1969), academic and literary critic.
34509: BLUNDEN (William) Editor. - The Poems of William Collins. Edited with an Introductory Study.
27047: SITWELL (Sacheverell) & BLUNT (Wilfrid) - Great Flower Books 1700-1900. A Bibliographical Record of Two Centuries of Finely-Illustrated Flower Books.
15196: BIRMINGHAM SCHOOL OF PRINTING. BOCKWITZ (Dr. Hans H.) - Baskerville in Letters. Translated into English by Herbert Woodbine.
31925: BODINGTON (Alice) - The Mammalia: Extinct Species and Surviving Forms. [From "Journal of Microscopy and Natural Science".]
9305: BOECKLER (Albert) - Das Goldene Evangelienbuch Heinrichs III.
23374: BOECKLER (Albert) - Das Goldene Evangelienbuch Heinrichs III.
38658: BOERNER (C. G.) - Original-Drucke Luthers und seiner Zeitgenossen. Liste XVIII.
33539: BOFFITO (Giuseppe) - Biblioteca Aeronautica Italiana. Precede uno studio sull'aeronautica nella letteratura nell'arte e nel folklore/ [With:] Primo Supplemento Decennale.
9307: BOGENG (G.A.E.) - Geschichte der Buchdruckerkunst der Frühdruck.
18445: BOHATTA (Dr. Hannas) - Katalog der in den Bibliotheken der Regierenden Linie des Fürstlichen Hauses von und zu Liechtenstein Befindlichen Bücher aus dem XVI.—XX. Jahrhundert.
15003: HOLZMANN (Michael) & BOHATTA (Hanns) - Deutsches Anonymen-Lexicon.
16381: BÖHMER (Günter) - Die Welt des Biedermeier.
38681: BOHN (John) - A Catalogue of an Extensive Collection of English Books, Offered at the Prices Annexed... to which is added, a Selection of Valuable Foreign Books, and a Specimen of an Intended Classical Catalogue.
34027: BOHN (Henry G.) - The Origin and Progress of Printing. A Lecture Delivered at Twickenham, April 8th, and Repeated by Desire at Richmond, April 21st, 1857.
30895: BOHUN (William) - Declarations and Pleadings in the most usual Actions brought in the several Courts of King's-Bench and Common Pleas at Westminster, viz. In Actions of {Scandal of Peers..... Slander of Common Persons.... Account against Bailiffs,.... Debt on Bonds,..... Ejectment of Manors,.... also (Incidently) shewing the Forms of Proceedings as well in the Petty Bag-Office in Chancery, as in Corporation Courts, &c.
37774: BOLMAR (Anthony) - A Collection of Colloquial Phrases, on Every Topic Necessary to Maintain Conversation: Arranged Under Different Heads: With Numerous Remarks on the Peculiar Pronunciation And Use of Various Words. The Whole So Disposed as Considerable to Facilitate the Acquisition of a Correct Pronunciation of the French
34066: BOLTON (Herbert E.) - Guide to materials for the history of the United States in the principal archives of Mexico.
28575: VALMONT DE BOMARE (Jacques Christophe) - Dictionnaire raisonne, universel d'histoire naturelle: Contenant l'histoire des animaux, des vegetaux et des mineraux, et celle des corps celestes, des meteores, et des autres principaux phenomenes de la nature; avec l'histoire des trois regnes, et... une table concordante des noms latins,...
33138: BOMBAY. - The Gazetteer of Bombay City and Island (Facsimile Reproduction). Originally Printed in 1909.
37559: BONAPARTE (Prince Ludovic-Lucian) - Catalogue des Ouvrages de Linguistique Européenne Édités par le Prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte. [London: Privately Printed by George Barclay, 1858]. Square 12mo (115 x 90 mm), 32ff. printed on recto only, limited to 250 copies, neat blind-stamp to title page, gilt rolled turn-ins, cont. black morocco, tooled in gilt and blind, minor rubbing. [Sold with:] Deuxième Catalogue des Ouvrages Destinés à Faciliter l'Étude Comparative des Langues Européennes, Éités par le Prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte. [London: Privately Printed by Strangeways & Walden], 1862. Square 12mo (120 x 95 mm), 110ff. printed on recto only, limited to 250 copies, neat blind-stamp to half-title, gilt rolled turn-ins, cont. black morocco, tooled in gilt and blind, minor rubbing. [Sold with:] Ouvrages Publiés par le Prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte dans le Courrant de l'Année 1864. [London: Privately Printed by Strangeways & Walden, 1864.] 8vo (185 x 125 mm), 4pp., folded, with short tears to fold. [Sold with:] Ouvrages Publiés par le Prince Louis-Lucien Bonaparte dans le Courrant de l'Année 1865 et 1866.
37414: BONAR (James) Editor. - A Catalogue of the Library of the Library of Adam Smith. Author of the 'Moral Sentiments' and 'The Wealth of Nations'.
37064: BOND (Thomas) - A Description of the Monument of Sir John de Dummer, Kt. with some Account of the Manor of Penne Domer Co. Somerset, and of the Family of Dummer.
34420: BOND (Francis T.) - On the Pathology of Rheumatism. [Reprinted from the 'Midland Quarterly Journal of Medical Science,' 1858.]
13804: BOND (Edward) - A Catalogue of Books Selected from the Extensive and Valuable Library...
9322: BONNAFFE (Edmond) - Dictionnaire des Amateurs Francais au XVIIe Siecle.
31908: BONNAFFE (Edmond) - Dictionnaire des Amateurs Francais au XVIIe Siecle.
33377: BONNARDOT (Alfred) - Essai sur la Restauration des Anciennes Estampes et des Livres Rares ou traite sur les meilleurs procedes a suivre pour reparer, detacher, decolorier et conserver les gravures, dessins et livres.
38794: THE BAY PSALM BOOK. - The Crowninshield-Stens-Brinley-Vanderbilt-Whitney Copy of the Bay Psalm Book. [Sold by Public Auction]... [Together with a "Census of Recorded Copies of The Bay Psalm Book."].
39526: BAY PSALM BOOK. - The Crowninshield-Stevens-Brinley-Vanderbilt-Whitney Copy of the Bay Psalm Book. [Sold by Public Auction]...
36479: UNIVERSAL POCKET-BOOK. - The Universal Pocket-Book; being the most comprehensive, useful and compleat book of the kind, ever yet publish'd: containing amongst a great many other Particulars, I. A map of the world, World, with a Geographical Description of the Same. II. An Historical Table of remarkable Events, from the Creation to Julius Caesar. III. A Map of England, with an Account of the Number of Parishes, Market-Towns, Market-Days, Cities, Bishopricks, &c. IV. A List of the House of Peers, with their Names, Title, Motto, Town-House and Country-House. V. A short abstract of the History of England. VI. The Gardiner's Monthly Director in the Fruit, Flower and Kitchen Garden. Vii. A Table of simple Interest at 5 per Cent. Viii. Rates of Watermen, Coachmen and Chairmen. IX. A Table ready cast up shewing the Value of any Quantity of Goods at any Price. X. Of the General and Penny-Post. XI. A New Perpetual Almanack. XII. The Prices of the different Works, of Bricklayers, Masons, Joiners, Carpenters, Plumbers, Slaters, Painters, Plaisterers, Paviors, Smiths, Carvers, &c. XIII. Of Ancient and Modern Coins, Weights, Measures, &c. XIV. A New Plan of the City of London, with a Description of whatever is remarkable. XV. An Account of all the Stage-Coaches, and Carriers in England and Scotland. XVI. A list of places at court, with their salaries and in whose gift. The whole Design'd for the Use, Benefit, and Convenience of all Sorts of Persons.
36289: MINIATURE BOOK. [TAYLOR (Peter)] - The Paper-Making Rhyme.
35598: SAMPLE BOOK. - Practical Suggestions on Motifs and Color Schemes for Covers Announcements Mailing Pieces.
35539: DRAPERS SAMPLE BOOK. - Large Sample Book of Fancy Coloured Patterned Velvet's for Curtains. [Cover title] Saison d'Eté 1890. Draperies et Nouveautés. Meurant Béfort.
30721: POLL BOOK. - The Contest. Being an Account of the Matter in Dispute between the Magistrates and Burgesses, and an Examination of the Merit and Conduct of the Candidates in the present Election. For Newcastle upon Tyne. Sold by the Booksellers in Newcastle, and the neighbouring Towns. 1774. First Edition, extra-illustrated with the inclusion of 2 later portraits of Sir Walter Blackett and Sir M. W. Ridley, [2], 40 pp. Bound with:- BURGESSES POLL. The Burgesses Poll at the Late Election of Members for Newcastle upon Tyne. Containing the Conditions agreed on by the Candidates for regulating the Poll. State of the Poll each day. - The number each Candidate Polled every day. - The whole number of Persons each day, their Names, Companies, Places of Residence, how they voted, the day each polled on, and number on the poll ranged alphabetically. - Copied from the Original Books taken on the spot, pursuant to the Direction of the Hon. Constantine John Phipps, And Thomas Delaval, Esq. To which is added, A summary View of the Disputes which arose, and Arguments used by the Candidates, Counsellors Lee, Fawcett, and Wilson, in defence of their proceedings upon the Hustings, &c.....
33515: DESIGNER BOOKBINDERS. - Modern British Bookbinders. An Exhibition of Modern British Bookbinding by Members of Designer Bookbinders. [Exhibited at] The Pierpont Library; The Newberry Library; University of California; The Victoria and Albert Museum.
39269: BOOKBINDING. - Fine Bindings. Offered for Sale by Chas. J. Sawyer. Catalogue No. 273.
39521: BOOKBINDING. - Engelska Bokband. [Catalogue of an Exhibition of Bindings by] The Guild of Contemporary Bookbinders.
37883: BOOKBINDING. - The Binder's Art. Catalogue of an Exhibition of Highlights from the Bernard C. Middleton Collection of Books on Bookbinding.
37801: BOOKBINDING. - British Bookbinding Today. With an Introduction by Edgar Mansfield.
36613: SPECIMENS OF BOOKBINDING. - Original bookbinder's sample, "Specimens of Bookbinding", representing the choice on offer to prospective customers, including calf and buckram bindings, morocco title labels in contrasting colours, raised bands, gilt tooling and lettering.
35726: BOOKBINDING. - Catalogue of the Special Exhibition of Art Bookbindings. Opened on the occasion of the 14th Annual Meeting of the Library Association of the United Kingdom; Nottingham Meeting, 1891. Museum and Art Gallery, Nottingham Castle.
35298: BOOKBINDING. - Tregaskis Centenary Exhibition Catalogue. A Catalogue of the Tregaskis Centenary Exhibition 1994, Together with a Facsimile of the Tregaskis Exhibition Catalogue of 1894. With Introductions by Marianne Tidcombe and an Essay by Bernard C. Middleton.
33420: BOOKBINDING. - Arno Werner; Master Bookbinder. An Exhibition at the Houghton Library.
33417: BOOKBINDING. - The Bookbinder in Eighteenth-Century Williamsburg. An Account of his Life & Times, & of his Craft.
33250: BOOKBINDING. - Reliures de Nicole Fournier. La Poetique de la Matiere.
33191: BOOKBINDING. - Modern French Bookbindings by Members of the Socite de la Reliure Originale.
32685: BOOKBINDING. - Watkinson Library, Trinity College Library. Book Bindings Exhibited in the Trumbull Room.
30872: BOOKBINDING. - Konigliche Bucher, Bucheinbande des Hauses Hohenzollern.
30617: BOOKBINDING. - KYRISS (Ernst) Der Erfurter Buchbinder Wilhelmus Winter. Extract from Sonderdruck aus dem Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1944/49.
30616: BOOKBINDING. - VERHEYDEN (Prosper) Noord-Hollandse Boekbanden. Extract from Het Boek.
28273: BOOKBINDING. - BP Refresher Course: Bookbinding. A Series of Articles from 'British Printer' by H. A. De Coverly.
28049: BOOKBINDING. - The Fine Bindings of Marguerite Duprez Lahey. An Exhibition at the Pierpont Morgan Library.
28030: BOOKBINDING. - Exhibition of Modern Bookbindings by the Chief European Craftsmen, at The Caxton Head, 232, High Holborn...
27945: BOOKBINDING. - The Law Times on the Deterioration of Law Libraries: The Disease and the Remedy.
27946: BOOKBINDING. - Christmas Card from Birdsall & Son Ltd.
27021: BOOKBINDING. - Reliures du Moyen Age au Ier Empire. Exposée a la Bibliothèque Royale.
26998: BOOKBINDING. - Leathers for Bookbinding and Upholstery, Produced by Edw. & Jas. Richardson, Elswick Leather Works, Newcastle-on-Tyne.
25122: BOOKBINDING. - Modern British Bookbinding - La Reliure Moderne Britannique - De Moderne Britse Boekband. [Exhibited at] Bibliotheca Wittockiana, Brussels & Koninklijke Bibliotheek, The Hague. 1985.
23767: BOOKBINDING. - Bog og Bind Udgivet af Dansk Bogbindertidende.
17929: BOOKBINDING. - Bibliopegy. Association Bindings and others of Artistic Beauty from the Sixteenth to Twentieth Centuries. Offered for Sale by Chas. J. Sawyer. Catalogue No. 255.
15716: BOOKBINDING. - Engelska Bokband. [Catalogue of an Exhibition of Bindings by] The Guild of Contemporary Bookbinders.
13609: BOOKBINDING. - Notes Descriptive of an Exhibition of Bookbindings of the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth Centuries. Together with a Select List of Books on Bookbindings and Bookbinding.
39677: GROLIER CLUB. ARMORIAL BOOKBINDINGS. - The Catalogue of Books from the Libraries or Collections of Celebrated Bibliophiles and Illustrious Persons of the Past with Arms or Devices upon the Bindings Exhibited at the Grolier Club.
36386: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS BOOKBINDINGS. - Binding Exhibit Paris, 1900.
36385: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS BOOKBINDINGS. - Binding Exhibit Paris, 1900.
33530: EMBROIDERED BOOKBINDINGS. - Exhibition of Silver Embroidered and Curious Bookbindings.
33200: ROYAL ENGLISH BOOKBINDINGS. - Royal English Bookbindings in the British Museum.
31548: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates (Ex-Libris). To by Sold by Auction by Messrs. Puttick & Simpson.
39670: THE STUDIO. BOOKPLATES. - Modern Book-Plates & Their Designers. Special Winter Number 1898-1899.
21484: BOOKPLATES. - General Catalogue of Book-Plates, A Descriptive Reference List of Ex-Libris, Compiled and Annotated by James Dorman. No. 1, Part I. [All Published].
21482: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris).
21480: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris).
21481: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris).
21479: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris). The Property of a Well-Known Collector.
21477: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Collection of Book-Plates, Including many Rare Dated Plates.
21478: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris) and Armorial China.
21475: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris) and Armorial China.
21472: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of Book-Plates (Ex-Libris) Consisting of a Private Collection Recently Purchased... Catalogue No. 3.
21474: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Valuable Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris)...
21469: BOOKPLATES. - A Choice Collection of Modern and Early American Bookplates, Books about Bookplates, Including an almost Complete Set of the Bookplates by E.D. French and those made by J.W. Spenceley. With a Large and Rich Assortment of Bookplates by other American and Foreign Artists, Comprising the Entire Collection of Mr. Herman G. Weicker...
21459: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of Book-Plates (Ex-Libris) Offered for Sale by Edmund Lister... Catalogue No. 2.
21451: BOOKPLATES. - A Catalogue of Old and Rare British and American Book-Plates (Ex-Libris), Offered for Sale at the Prices Affixed...
21453: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Collection of Book-Plates, (Ex-Libris), the Property of a Well-Known Amateur.
21444: BOOKPLATES. - Catalogue of a Collection of Ex-Libris Formed by a Well-Known Collector. Comprising Examples of Early Dated; Jacobean; Chippendale; Pictorial; Bookpile; Sheraton; and other Styles...
38010: HEBREW BOOKS. - Catalogue of Valuable Hebrew Printed Books. The Property of the Valmadonna Trust.
4784: ITALIAN BOOKS. - Fine Italian Books 15th and 16th Century. Bulletin X.
21561: MEDICAL BOOKS. - Notable Medical Books from the Lilly Library, Indiana University. Prepared by William R. LeFanu.
14434: ITALIAN BOOKS. - Fine Italian Books 15th and 16th Century. Bulletin X.
10451: PUBLICATION OF SCHOOL BOOKS. - On the Publication of School Books by Government at the Public Expense. A Correspondence with the Right Honourable Lord John Russell, M.P.
38976: BOOKSELLER'S CATALOGUE. - A Catalogue of Old Books, in the Ancient and Modern Languages and Various Classes of Literature: Comprising Several Valuable Libraries and Numerous Articles of Great Rarity, Recently Purchased. To be Sold at the Prices Affixed to Each by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown.
21255: BOOKSELLER'S CATALOGUE. - New Publications, Printed for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, No 39, Paternoster-Row, London.
14950: BOOKSELLER'S CATALOGUE. - A Catalogue of Valuable New and Second-Hand Books, English and Foreign, in all Classes of Literature and the Fine Arts, also, Early Printed Books, Manuscripts, Etc. On Sale at Very Reasonable Prices by Willis and Sotheran.
14411: BOOKSELLER'S CATALOGUE. - A Catalogue of Leading Books on Egypt and Egyptology, and on Assyria and Assyriology, to be had at the Affixed Prices, of Trübner & Co.
37754: BOOKSELLER'S TOKEN. - Halfpenny of J. Lackington & Co. Cheapest Booksellers in the World.
24035: BORDEAUX (Henry Bordes de) - Catalogue de Livres Rares et Precieux... 21-22 mars 1902.
35323: BORELLA (Mr.) - The Court and Country Confectioner: or, the House-Keeper's Guide; To a more speedy, plain, and familiar method of understanding the whole art of confectionary, pastry, distilling, and the making of fine flavoured English wines from all kinds of fruits, herbs, and flowers; comprehending near five hundred easy and practical receipts, never before made known. Particularly, Preserving. Candying. Icing. Transparent Marmalade. Orange. Pine-Apple. Pistachio, and other Rich Creams. Caramel. Pastils. Bomboons. Syrups. Puff, Spun, and Fruit-Pastes. Light-Biscuits. Puffs. Rich Seed-Cakes. Custards. Syllabubs. Flummeries. Trifles, Whips, Fruits, and other Jellies. - Pickles, &c. Also New and easy directions for clarifying the different degrees of sugar, together with several bills of fare of deserts for private gentlemen's families, A new edition. To which is added, a dissertation on the different species of fruits, and the art of distilling simple waters, cordials, persumed oils, and essences. By Mr. Borella, now head confectioner to the Spanish Ambassador in England.
14906: BORRONI (Fabia) - Le Carte Rajna della Biblioteca Marucelliana. Catalogo e Bibliografia.
33143: BORTHWICK (William) - An Inquiry into the Origin and Limitations of the Feudal Dignities of Scotland.
35148: BOSANQUET (Eustace F.) - English Printed Almanacks and Prognostications. A Bibliographical History to the Year 1600.
35761: BOSQUET (Émile) - Barèmes ou devis de travaux de reliure, établis au moyen de 48 tableaux divisés en 28 formats chacun, indiquant les prix de revient, tant en main d'oeuvre qu'en fournitures, de 54 genres de reliure et emboîtages divers, soit plus de 1200 devis, précédés d'une notice, accompagnés d'un tableau de réductions sur les travaux en nombres, d'un projet de prix courant et d'une feuille in-plano soleil donnant les tracés et dimensions de tous les formats par Em. Bosquet.
27263: BOSSUAT (Robert) - Manuel Bibliographique de la Littérature Française du Moyen Age.
38385: BOTTOMLEY (Samuel) - The Redeemer in The Midst Of Those who are Assembled in His Name the substance of a Sermon preached at the opening of a New Chapel in Pickering, in the County of York, on Wednesday April 29th. 1789.
38143: BOUCHARD (Louis) - Traité des Constructions Rurales et de Leur Disposition...
39987: BOUCHOT (Henri) - Les Reliures d'Art a la Bibliothèque Nationale.
35790: BOUCHOT (Henri) - Les Reliures d'Art a la Bibliothèque Nationale.
30864: BOUGEANT (Guillaume-Hyacinthe) - A Philosophical Amusement upon the Language of Beasts. Written originally in French, by Father Bougeant, a famous Jesuit; now confined at La Fleche, on Account of this Work.
37781: BOUILLAUD (Jean-Baptiste) - Traité clinique et physiologique de l'encéphalite, ou inflammation du cerveau, et des ses Suites, telles que de Ramollissement, la Suppuration, les Abcès, les Tubercules, le Squirrhe, le Cancer, etc.
33029: BOUILLY (Jean Nicolas) - Jean-Jacques Rousseau, à ses derniers momens: trait historique en un acte et en prose, représenté pour la premiere fois, à Paris, par les comédiens italiens ordinaires du roi, le 31 décembre 1790.
32171: BOUISSON (Etienne Frederic) - De la Bile, de ses Varietes Physiologiques, de ses Alterations Morbides.
38877: BOULTON (Matthew Piers Watt) - Specification of Matthew Piers Watt Boulton. Turbines or Propellers.
39727: BOULTON (Matthew Piers Watt) - Specification of Matthew Piers Watt Boulton. Propelling Vessels. Letters Patent to Matthew Piers Watt Boulton of Tew Park, Oxfordshire, Esquire, for the Invention of "Improvements in Propulsion, and in Rotary Apparatus for Giving Motion or Energy to Fluids and Receiving Motion or Energy from Them."
23308: BOURALIERE (M.A. de la) - L'Imprimerie & la Librairie a Poitiers Pendant le XVIe Siecle. Bulletin et Mémoires de la Société des Antiquaires de l'Ouest, tome XXIII, Année 1899.
38949: BOURDICHON (Jean) - Les Heures d'Anne de Bretagne, Bibliothèque Nationale (Manuscrit Latin 9474). Texe par Émile Mâle, Légendes par Edmond Pognon.
21815: BOURDILLON (F.W.) Editor. - Cest Daucasi & de Nicolete. Reproduced in Photo-Facsimile and Type-Transliteration from the Unique MS. in the Bibliothèque Nationale at Paris, fonds français, 2168.
20497: BOURDILLON (F.W.) - The Early Editions of The Roman de la Rose. Illustrated Monographs No. XIV..
15076: BOURDILLON (F.W.) - The Early Editions of The Roman de la Rose. Illustrated Monographs No. XIV.
37596: BOURNEVILLE (Désiré Magloire) - Disours Pronocès les 12, 14 et 17 août 1886 aux Distribtions des Prix des Écoles Municipales d'Infirmières Laïques (Neuvième Année Scolaire).
24445: BOURSEAUD (H.-M.) - Histoire et Description des Manuscits et des Éditions Originales des Ouvrages de Bossuet.
36661: BOW (William Forrester) - Notions of the Nature of Fever, and of Nervous Action.
36494: YORKSHIRE MAP. BOWEN (Emanuel) - An Accurate Map of the County of York, Divided into it's Ridings and Subdivided into Wapontakes, Drawn from Surveys with various Improvements, Shewing also by Concentrick Circles, the distance of all places in the County from the City of York by Eman: Bowen, Geographer to His Majesty.
29260: BOWEN (Karen Lee) - Christopher Plantin's Books of Hours: Illustration and Production.
37797: BOWER (John) - Description of the Abbeys of Melrose and Old Melrose, with their Traditions.
26933: BOWES (Robert) - A Catalogue of Books Printed at or Relating to the University Town & County of Cambridge from 1521 to 1893. With Bibliographical & Biographical Notes. [with:] Index.
21437: BOWES (Robert) - A Catalogue of Books Printed at or Relating to the University Town & County of Cambridge from 1521 to 1893. With Bibliographical & Biographical Notes. [With:] Index.
39046: BOWLES (William Lisle) - Scenes and shadows of days departed: a narrative accompanied with poems of youth and some other poems of melancholy and fancy in the journey of life from youth to age.
38313: BOWLES (William Lisle) - The Grave of the last Saxon; or, the Legend of the Curfew. A Poem.
39584: BOWLES (Rev. W. L.) - The Parochial History of Bremhill, in the County of Wilts; containing a particular account, from authentic and unpublished documents, of the Cistercian Abbey of Stanley in that parish; with observations and reflections on the Origin and Establishment of Parochial Clergy, and other circumstances of General Parochial Interest, including illustrations of the origin and designation of the stupendous monuments of antiquity in the neighbourhood, Avebury, Silbury, and Wansdike.

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