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9632: - Les Fleurettes
9344: ABBOTT (Lemuel): - Poems on Various Subjects. Whereto is prefixed A Short Essay on the Structure of English Verse.
8845: ABERCOMBIE (John): - Inquiries concerning the Intellectual Powers and the Investigation of Truth. Second Edition.
8411: ABRAHALL (Chandos Hoskyns): - Rinaldo. A Dramatic Poem. In Three Acts.
8555: ADAIR (James): - Glimpses behind Edinburgh City Life. An Address. Delivered by request to a body of representative Church and published by certain of their number. For Private Circulation.
9140: [ADAMS (Aaron Chester)]: - Mother.
9665: [ADAMS (William Brydges)]: - A Tale of Tucuman; With Digressions, English and American. By Junius Redivius.
2573: ADDISON (Joseph). [TYERS (Thomas)]: - An Historical Essay on Mr. Addison.
4645: ADDISON (Joseph): - The Evidences of the Christian Religion..., To which are added, Several Discourses against Atheism and Infidelity, and in Defence of the Christian Revelation, occasionally published by Him and Others: And now collected into one Body, and digested under their proper Heads. With a Preface, containing the Sentiments of Mr. Boyle, Mr. Lock, and Sir Isaac Newton, concerning the Gospel-Revelation.
9311: ADDISON (Mr.): - Interesting Anecdotes, Memoirs, Allegories, Essays and Poetical Fragments, tening to Amuse the Fancy, and Inculcate Morality.
9666: ADDISON (Joseph): - Poems on Several Occasions.
3646: ADDISON (Joseph). SMITHERS (Peter): - The Life of Joseph Addison.
7478: ADDISON (Joseph), et al: - The Beauties of the Spectators, Tatlers, and Guardians. Corrected and Digested under Alphabetical Heads. A New Edition Corrected.
5676: AESOP. - Select Fables of Esop and Other Fabulists. In Three Books.
9395: AGUR. - Illustration of Agur's Prayer. Prov. xxx. 8, 9.
7249: [AIKIN (John)]: - Essays on Song-Writing: With a Collection of such English Songs as a most eminent for Poetical Merit. To which are added, Some Original Pieces.
9741: AIKIN (John): - Essays on Song-Writing: With a Collection of such English Songs as a most Eminent for Poetical Merit. The Second Edition, with Additions and Corrections.
4677: AKENSIDE (Mark): - The Pleasures of Imagination. A Poem. In Three Books.
3302: AKENSIDE (Mark): - The Poetical Works of Mark Akenside, M. D. Collated with the Best Editions: by Thomas Park.
9442: ALBERTI (Leandro): - Descrittione di tutta l'Italia et Isole pertinenti ad essa. Di Fra Leandro Alberti Bolognese. Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, & le Signorie della Citta, & de'Castelli; co'nomi antichi, & moderni; i costumi de popoli, & le conditioni de paesi. Et di più gli buomini famosi, che l'hanno illustrata; i Monti, i Laghi, i Fiumi, le Fontane, i Bagni, le Minere, & tutte l'opere maravigioso in lei dalla Natura prodoctto. Nuovamente ristampata, & con somma diligenz revista, & correta. Con le Suve Tavole Copiosissime. Coi Volendo I ddio Segue Ognie Bene.
7190: ALCIPHRON. - Alciphron's Epistles; in which are described, The Domestic Manners, The Courtesans, and Parasites of Greece. Now first Translated from the Greek [by William Beloe and Thomas Monroe].
2690: ALFIERI (Victor): - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Victor Alfieri; Written by Himself. Translated from the Italian.
4368: ALGAROTTI (Francesco): - An Essay on the Opera Written in Italian by Count Algarotti.
6850: ALISON (Archibald): - Essays on the Nature and Principles of Taste.
10121: [ALLESTREE (Richard)]: - The Art of Contentment. By the Author of The Whole Duty of Man, &c.
8766: ALLESTREE (Richard): - The Ladies Calling In Two Parts. By the Author of the Whole Duty of Man, &c. The Eighth Impression.
3790: [ALLETZ (Pons Auguste): - Dictionnnaire Portatif des Conciles, Contenant Une Somme de Tous les Conciles généraux, nationaux, provinciaux, & particuliers; le suject de leur tenue, leurs Décisions sur le Dogme our la Discipline, & les erreurs qu'ils ont condamnées. Nouvelle [deuzieme] Edition, Augmentée d'une Table de tous les noms des Conciles en Latin, & expliqués en Francois.
6655: ALMANAC. - The Court and City Register, or Gentleman's Complete Annual Kalendar, For the Year 1772. Containing, I. New and Correct Lists of both Houses of Parliament. II. The Court Register. III. Lists of the Army, Navy, Universities, Public Offices, Hospitals, &c. With many Improvements, and the Additions of some new Lists.
8630: ALMANAC. ABERDEEN. - The New Aberdeen Almanac and Northern Supplement to Oliver & Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac for 1838: Comprising Lists connected with the City of Aberdeen, and the Counties of Aberdeen, Banff, and Kincardine.
7361: ALMANAC. - Almanach des Muses 1785.
7362: ALMANAC. - Almanach des Muses 1775
7363: ALMANAC. - Almanach des Muses 1774
7364: ALMANAC. - Almanach des Muses 1776
6654: ALMANAC. - The Court and City Register, or Gentleman's Complete Annual Kalendar, For the Year 1771. Containing, I. New and Correct Lists of both Houses of Parliament. II. The Court Register. III. Lists of the Army, Navy, Universities, Public Offices, Hospitals, &c. With many Improvements, and the Additions of some new Lists.
7132: ALMANAC. - L'EsprIt des Amans ou Les Amours du Siecle. Almanach. Orné de Jolies Gravures.
8538: ALMANAC. BULLFIGHT. - Messager Boiteux Almanach historique Contenant des Observations astronomiques sur chaque mois. Le cours du Soleil et de la Lune.... Pour l'An de Grace 1845... Par Antoine Souci.
7332: [AMERICAN CIVIL WAR]. - Union Forever. "The Union of States forever will stand...."
7861: AMES (William): - Guiljelmi Amesii de Conscientia et Eius Jure. vel Casibus. Libri Quinque.
8133: AMES (William): - Guiljelmi Amesii de Conscientia et Eius Jure. vel Casibus. Libri Quinque.
6964: AMICO (Bernardino): - Trattato delle Piante & Immagini de Sacri Edifizi di Terra Santa Disegnate in Ierusalemme secondo le regole della Prospettiua, & uera misura della lor Grandezza dal R. P. F. Bernardino Amico da Gallipoli dell' Ord. di S. Francesco de Minori Offeuanii. stampate in Roma e di nuouo ristampate dallistesso autore in piu piccola forma, aggiuntoni la strada dolorosa, & altre figure.
9883: ANACREON. - Odes of Anacreon. Translated into English Verse. With Notes. By Thomas Moore, Esq. Ninth Edition.
9957: ANDREWES (Lancelot), Bishop of Winchester: - A Manual of the Privatte [sic] Devotions and Meditations of the Right Reverend Father in God Lancelot Andrews late L. Bishop of Winchester. Translated out of a Fair Greek ms. of his Amanuensis. By R.D. B.D.
8677: ANDREWS (John): - Remarks on the French and English Ladies, In a Series of Letters; Interspersed with Various Anecdotes, and Additional Matter arising from the Subject.
10005: ANDRIEU (Pierre): - Le Vin et les Vins de Fruits. Analyyse du Mout et du Vin. Vinification. Sucrage. - Maladies du Vin. Etude sur les Levuresde vin Cultivees. Ddistillation. Avec 78 Figures dans le Texte.
3413: [ANGLESI (Baron d']: - The Military Mentor. Being a Series of Letters recently written by a General Officer to his Son, on his Entering the Army: Comprising a Course of Elegant Instruction, calculated to unite the Characters and Accomplishments of the Gentleman and the Soldier. Second Edition.
6038: ANIMALS. NATURAL HISTORY. - The Natural History of Animals: Containing An Account of Remarkable Beasts; with many interesting particulars concerning them.
5860: ANQUETIL (Louis-Pierre) - Louis XIV, sa Cour et le Regent.
9777: APOLLODORUS OF ATHENS [PSEUDO]: - Apollodori Atheniensis Bibliotheces, sive de Deorum origine am Graecè quàm Latinè, luculentis pariter, ac doctis annotationibus illustrati, & nunc primum in lucem editi libri tres. Benedicto Aegio Spoletino interprete, accessit etiam libris hisce nominum, rerumque opulentissimus index. Quibus demum additus est Scipionis Tetti viri apprimedocti de Apollodoris ad Othonem Trucsium cardinalem amplissimum commentarius.
6266: APPERLEY ([Thomas]): - Essays and Reflections, Religious and Moral. Second Edition, with Additions.
7271: APULIEUS. - Psyche. Traduction nouvelle par Victor Develay De la Bibliotheque-SeGenevieve.
8404: ARBROATH GUILDRY - Rules and Regulations of The Abroath Guildry Incorporation.
8284: [ARBUTHNOT (George)], editor: - Home Words. Stratford-on-Avon Parish Magazine.
9023: ARIOSTO (Lodovico): - Orlando Furioso In English Heroical Verse. By Sir John Harington of Bathe, Knight. Now thirdly revised and amended, with the Addition of the Authors Epigrams. Principb[us], placuisse viris non ultima laus est. Horace.
5249: ARISTOPHANES. - Aristophanous komodiai duo Ploutos kai Nephelai. Meta scholion palaion panu ophelimon. Aristophanis comoediæ duæ Plutus & Nubes: cum Scholiis Græcis Antiquis, Quibus adjiciuntur Notæ Quædam, Simul cum Gemino Indice.In usum Stuiosæ Juventutis.
8933: ARISTOTLE. - Aristotelis Stagiritae Rhetoricorum Artis[que] Poeticae libri omnes. Quorum seriem, inscriptionémque altera ab hac pagina commostrabit.
6885: ARISTOTLE - Aristotle's Treatise on Poetry, translated: With Notes on the Translation, and on the Original; and Two Dissertations, on Poetical, and Musical, Imitation. By Thomas Twining. The Second Edition, in two volumes, by Daniel Twining.
9932: ARMSTRONG ([jOHN]), Dr. - The Poetical Works of Dr. Armstrong. Collated with the Best Editions, By Thomas Park.
10173: [ARMSTRONG (Robert)]: - The Banquet of Euphrosyne: A Collection of the most Esteemed Songs, Scottish and English.
5611: [ARMSTRONG (John)]: - The Economy of Love. A Poetical Essay.
9820: ARNOLD (Thomas). STANLEY (Arthur Penrhyn): - The Life and Correspondence of Thomas Arnold, D. D.; Third Edition.
5855: ARNOT (Hugo): - An Essay on Nothing. A Quaint Jeu d'Esprit attributed to Arnot.
8562: ARNOTT (Archibald Davidson): - The Coming of Spring and Other Poems. Privately Printed 1910.
4831: ARSCOTT (Alexander): - Some Considerations relating to the Present State of the Christian Religion; wherein the Nature, End, and Design of Christianity, as well as the Principal Evidence of the truth of it, are explained and recommended out of the Holy Scriptures; with a general appeal to the experience of all men for confirmation thereof. In Three Parts. The Third Edition.
3835: ASHBURNHAM (John). - A Narrative of John Ashburnham of his Attendance on King Charles the First from Oxford to the Scotch Army, and from Hampton-Court to the Isle of Wight: never before printed. To which is prefixed, A Vindication of his Character and Conduct, from the Misrepresentations of Lord Clarendon, by his Lineal Descendant and Present Representative.
6374: ASHBY (Samuel): - Miscellaneous Poems. The Illustrious Friends; Address to Music and Poesy, &c. &c.
6208: ASHFORD (Daisy): - The Young Visiters or, Mr. Salteenas Plan. With a Preface by J. M. Barrie.
10190: [ASHLEY (Florence Emily)]: - Darmayne and Other Poems.
4585: ASIOLI (Bonifazio): - Grammaire Musicale, ou Théorie des Principes de Musique, par demandes et par reponses; Adoptée par le Conservatoire Royal de Milan, pour l'instruction de ses Eléves, Et rédigée par B. Asioli, Directeur de cette Ecole; ouvrage traduit de l'Italien.
9240: AULUS GELLIUS. - Avli Gellii Noctium Atticarum Libri Undevginti.
10071: [AUSTIN (John)]. [DORRINGTON (Theophilus)]: - Reform'd Devotions, in Meditations, Hymns, and Petitions, For Every Day in the Week, and Every Holiday in the Year. Divided into Two Parts. The Third Edition, Review'd.
4516: AVISON (Charles): - An Essay on Musical Expression. With Alterations and Large Additions. To which is added, A Letter to the Author, concerning the Music of the Ancients, and some Passages in Classic Writers, relating to that Subject. Likewise, Mr. Avison's Reply to the Author of Remarks on Musical Expression. In a Letter from Mr. Avison, to his Friend in London. The Third Edition.
9131: BACON (Nathaniel): - An Historicall Discourse of the Uniformity of the Government of England. The First Part. From the first Times till the Reign of Edward the third. [And] The Continuation of an Historicall Discourse, of the Government of England, Until the end of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth. With a Preface, being a Vindication of the ancient way of Parliaments in England. By Nath. Bacon of Grays-Inn-gate..., 1651
7580: BACON (Francis): - Essays, or Counsels, Civil and Moral. By Francis Bacon, Baron of Verulam, Viscount St. Alban, and Lord High Chancellor of England,
5653: BADCOCK (John), editor: - The New Lyre: A Collection of the Best Songs Now in Vogue, and no other; In which are interspersed, A few Duets, Catches, Glees, and Recitations; Some Originals; Including the Whole of the Modern Songs that are received with Approbation at the Theatres, Public and Private Concert, and Convivial Meetings. Accompanied by Notes of curious Readings, &c. A Preface concerning the Vocal Art; and a Glossary of Hard or Doubtful Words by J. Badcock.
9406: [BAIF (Lazarus) and ESTIENNE (Charles): - De re vestiaria libellus, ex Bayfio excerptus; addita vulgaris linguæ interpretatione, in adolescentulorum gratiam atque utilitatem. Secunda edito.
9542: BAILEY (J.), publisher: - The School of Arts, or Fountain of Knowledge; Containing, A Collection of Valuable and Choice Recipes, Peculiar to the Fair Sex, viz I. Washes for beautifying and improving the complexion.... II. Chemical Amusements.... III. The Art of Forcing Fruit Trees to Bear Larger and Finer Fruit.... IV. How to diet our bodies to ensure health and longevity....
7877: BAILLIE (Joanna): - Miscellaneous Plays. Second Edition.
9770: BAILLIE (Joanna): - Die Leidenschaften. Eine Reihe dramatischer Gemälde nach dem Englishcen von Joanna Baillie von Carl Friedrich Cramer,
5722: [BAKER (Thomas)]: - Reflections upon Learning; Wherein is shewn the Insufficiency Thereof, in its several Particulars: In order to evince the Usefulness and Necessity of Revelation. The Sixth Edition. By a Gentleman.
8127: BAKER (Henry): - The Universe. A Poem. Intended To restrain the Pride of Man. By Mr. Baker.
2468: BAKER (David Erskine): - Biographia Dramatica; Or, a Companion to the Playhouse: Containing Historical and critical Memoirs, and original Anecdotes, of British and Irish Dramatic Writers, from the Commencement of our Theatrical Exhibitions; among whom are Some of the Most Celebrated Actors...Together with An Introductory View of the Rise and Progress of the British Stage. Originally compiled, to the year 1764, by David Erskine Baker. Continued thence to 1782, by Isaac Reed...And brought down to the End of November 1811, with very consideration Additions and Improvements throughout, by Stephen Jones.
4017: BALDWIN (Samuel): - A Survey of the British Customs; Containing the Rates of Merchandize As established by 12Car.II.C.4, IIGeo.I.C.7, and other Statutes; with Tables of the Net Duties, Drawbacks, Bounties, &c. payable thereon, Under all Circumstances of Importation and Exportation. Also A Distinct and Practical Account of The several Branches of the Revenue called the Customs. With an Appendix, containing an Abstract of all the Laws now in force relative to the Customs. The whole continued to the End of the Session of 9. Geo. III.
3716: BALZAC (Honore de): - Les Contes Drolatiques colligez ez abbayes de touraine et mis en lumiere par lesieur de Balza pour l'esbattement des pantagruelistes et non aultres. Huitieme Edition illustree de 425 dessins par Gustave Doré.
3688: [BARBIN (Claude)], publisher: - Le Boufon de la Cour, ou Remede preservatif contre le Melancolie.
6914: [BARGAGLI (Girolamo)]: - Dialogo de Givochi che nelle vegghie sanesi si usano fare. Del Materiale Intronato. All' Illvstrissima, et Eccellentissima Signora Donna Isabella de' Medici Orsina Duchessa di Bracciano.
1779: BARHAM (R. H. Dalton): - The Life and Remains of Theodore Edward Hook.
6216: BARING (Francis): - The Principle of the Commutation-Act.
9391: [BARNARD (Edward)]: - Virtue the Source of Pleasure.
7464: BARNUM (P. T.): - Struggles and Triumphs or, Sixty Years' Recollections of P. T. Barnum, including Golden Rules for Money Making. Illustrated and Brought Up to 1889. Written by Himself.
9491: [BARRERA (A., Madame de)]: - Memoirs of Rachel.
8907: BARTHOLOMEUS DE PISIS. BUCCHIO (Geremia): - Liber Aureus Inscriptus Liber Conformitatum Vitae Beati, ac seraphici patris Francisci ad vitam Iesu Christi Domini nostri. Nunc denuo in lucem editus, atq: infinitis propemodum mendis correctus a Reverendo, ac doctissimo P. F. Jeremia Bucchio Utinensi sodali Franciscano Doctore Theologolaboriosis, ornatissimisq; lucubrationibus illustratus. Cui plane addita est perbrevis, & facilis historia omnium vivorum; qui samcotate, probitate, innocentia vitae, ac doctrina, eccleiasticisq; dignitatibus, in Franciscana Religion usq; ad nostra a haec tempora a excellurerunt. Accessit duplex rerum, & verboum, ac materierum toto operamemorabilium Index lucuple tissimus. Ad Illustris. atq; Amplissimum Sanctae Rom. Ecclesiae Cardinaem D. D. Hieronymum de Ruvere Ord. min Conventualium Protectorem vigilatissimum.
7885: BARTOLI (Pietro Santi): - Le Antiche Lucerne Sepolcrali Figurate Raccolte dalle Cave sotterranee, e Grotte di Roma, nelle quli si contengono molte erudite Memorie. Disegnate, ed intagliate nelle loro orme da Pietro Sanit Bartoli E che ora sona tra le Stampe di Domenico de Rossi Erede di Gio. Giacomo de Rossi a S. Maria della Pace, con Privilegio del Sommon Pontefice. Divise in tre Parti con l'Osservazioni di Gio Pietro Bellori.
9688: BATCHELLER (William): - The New Dover Guide, including a concise sketch of the Ancient and Modern History of The Town and Castle, and such other general information as may be useful to visitors; and a short description of The Neighbouring Villages. The Third Editionk Embellished with Twenty Illustrations, Engaved by Bonner.
6951: BATE (George): - Ristretto Delli Moti Moderni d'Inghilterra, Con vn breue Racconto Delle Ragioni del Rè, e del Parlamento. Tradotto dal Latino in Italiano dal Dottor Gio: Batt: Birago Auogadro Cutadin Venetiano. All'Illustriss. & Eccellentiss. Sig. Giovanni Pesaro, Caualier e Procurator di S. Marco.
10205: BATHURST (Elizabeth): - Truth Vindicated, By the Faithful Testimony and Writing of the Innocent Servant and Hand-maid of the Lord, Elizabeth Bathurst, Deceased. The Third Edition.
10202: BATTISTA (Giuseppe): - Delle Poesi Meliche di Giuseppe Battista. Parte Prima [Quarta[. All'Ilustriss & Eccelentiss. Sig. Francesco Mario Caracciolo, Principe d'Auellino, gran Cancelliere, e Capitan generale della Cacualleria Napoletana nelo Stato di Milano. Quarta Impressione.
4828: [BAUDEAU (Nicolas), Abbe] and Abbe MORELLET, inter alia: - Encyclopedie Méthodique. Commerce.
9696: BAYLDON (J. S.): - The Art of Valuing Rents and Tillages; wherein is explained, The Manner of Valuing The Tenant's Right on Entering and Quitting Farms, in Yorkshire and the Adjoining Counties. The Whole is adapted for the Use of Landlords, Land Agents, Appraisers, Farmeres and Tenants.
6894: BEALE (Willert) [Walter Maynard]: - The Light of Other Days Seen through the wrong end of an opera glass.
8239: BEATTIE (James): - Poems on Several Subjects. A New Edition, Corrected.
8785: BEATTIE (James): - The Minstrel; or the Progress of Genius: In Two Parts. With Some Other Poems. With Designs by Mr. Thurston: and Engraved on Wood by Mr. Clennell.
9184: BEATTIE (James). CHALMERS (Alexander), editor: - [Poems] The Minstrel; Or, The Progress of Genius: with Other Poems, Many of which, including the translations, are now reprinted from the scarce copies, and are not to be found in any other edition. To which are prefixed Memoirs of the Life of the Author, by Alexander Chalmers, F. S. A.
10165: BEATTIE (James): - An Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth, in opposition to Sophistry and Scepticism. The Sixth Edition.
9782: [BEAURIEU (Gaspard Guillard, de)]: - L'Eleve de la Nature
8362: BEAUTIES. - Beauties in Prose and Verse, Selected from the Most Celebrated Authors, Antient and Modern, viz. Blair, Goldsmith, Sterne, Percival, Aikin, Brooke, Gessner, Drummond, Pliny, Robertson, Cicero, Jenyns, Fordyce, Johnson, Harris, Collins, Carter, Moore, Cunningham, Shenstone, Merrick, Cotton, Greville, Addison, Parnell, Melmoth, Gray, etc. With some Original Pieces. The Whole Calculated to Exhibit the most striking Pictures of Virtue and Vice to the Minds of Youth.
9457: BEAUTIES. - The Beauties of English Prose: Being a Select Collection of Moral, Critical, and Entertaining Passages, Disposed in the Manner of Essays.... The whole tending to cultivate the Mind, and promote the Practice of Virtue.
5641: [BEEKE (Henry)]: - Letter to a County Member, on the Means of Securing a Safe and Honourable Peace.
7994: BEHN (Aphra): - The Plays, Histories, and Novels of the Ingenious Mrs Aphra Behn. With Life and Memoirs.
9345: BELCHER (Joseph): - Poetical Sketches of Biblical Subjects: Partly original, Partly Selected from our Most Esteemd Poets. Illustrative of the Sacred Volume.
5839: BELLENDEN (William). - Praefationis ad tres Gulielmi Bellendeni Libros, de Status, Edition Seconda. [With Preface by Samuel Parr.]
9211: BELLORI (Giovanni Pietro): - Veterum Illustrium Philosophorum Poetarum Rhetorum et Oratorum Imagines Ex vetustis Nummis, Gemmis, Hermis, Marmoribus, aliisque Antiquis Monumentis desumptae. A Io: Petro ellorio. Christinae Reginae Augustae Bibliothecdario, & Antiquario Expositionibus Illustratae.
3582: BELSHAM (William): - Memoirs of the Reign of George III. To the Session of Parliament ending A. D. 1793. Second Edition.
9124: [BENSON (William)]: - Lettre au Chevalier Jacob Banks. Contre le Vouvoir Absolu et l'Obeissance Passive. Traduite de l'Anglois.
10085: BERCHOUX (J[oseph de]) - La Gastronomie, Poeme par J. Berchoux, Suivi des Poésies Fugitives de l 'Auteur. Quatrième Èdition, corrigée et Augmentée.
9461: BERGIER (Nicolas-Sylvestre): - Deism Self-refuted; Or an Examination of the Principles of Infidelity scattered throughout The different Works of Mons. Rousseau; In form of Letters. Translated from The Fourth Edition, printed at Paris, revised and corrected by the Author.
6439: BERINGTON (Joseph): - Reflections addressed to The Rev. John Hawkins. To which is added, An Exposition of Roman Catholic Principles, in reference to God and the Country.
10083: [BERKELEY (George):] - Alciphron: or, The Minute Philosopher. In Seven Dialogues. Containing an Apology for the Christian Religion, against Those Who are Called Free-Thinkers.
8414: [BERKELEY (George)]: - A Miscellany, Containing Several Tracts on Various Subjects. By the Bisoph of Cloyne.
8451: BERKELEY (George): - Recherches sur Les Vertus de l'Eau de Goudron, Ou l'ou a joint des Reflexions Philosophiques sur divers autres sujbects important. Traduit de l'Anglois Du Dr. George Berkeley, Eveque de Cloyne/ Avec deux Lettres de l'Auteur.
9960: [BERNARD (Richard)]: - The Isle of Man Or, The Legall Proceeding in Man-shire against Sinne. Wherein, by way of a continued Allegorie, the chiefe Malefactors disturbing both Church and Common-Wealth, are detected and attached; with their Arraignment, and Judicialll triall, accoring to the Lawes of England. The spirtituall use thereof, with an Apologie for the manner of handling, most necessary to be first read, for direction in the rights of the Allegory thorowout, is added in the end. Bt R. B, Rector of Batcomb. Somers. The fourth Edition much enlarged.
9896: [BETHUNE (John)]: - Essays and Dissertations on Various Subjects, Relating to Human Life and Happiness.
8873: BETTERTON (Thomas): - The History of the English Stage, from the Restauration [sic] to the Present Time. Including the Lives, Characters and Amours, Of the most Eminent Actors and Actresses. With Instructions for Public Speaking; wherein The Action and Utterance of the Bar, Stage, and Pulpit are Distinctly considered. Adorned with Cuts.
5520: BEVERIDGE (William): - Brif ddledswyddau Christion. Sef angenrhaid a mawrlles gweddi gyffredin, a mynych gymmuno. A fwriadwyd er mwyn adnew yddu'r duwioldeb oedd arferedig gynt ym mhlith y Prif Grist'Nogon. O waith y gwir bartchedig dad yn nuw William Beveridge...o gyfiethiad Edward Samuel.
3348: BIANCHINI [or BLANCHINI] (Francesco): - Franciscisci Blanchini Veronensis Utriusque Signaturæ Referendarii, & Prælati Domestici, de Tribus Generius Instrumentorum Musicæ Veterum Organicæ Dissertatio.
7725: BIBLE. PRIESTLEY (Timothy): - The New Evangelical Family Bible; or, a complete Paraphrase, Exposition, and Commentary on the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments: Containing A New and Beautiful Edition of the whole Sacred Texts of the Old and New Testaments, Correctly and Distinctly Printed at Large: Fully Explained and Illustrated With Copious Notes and Annotations, Doctrinal, Critical, Historical, and Experimental: Wherein the Mis-translations are Corrected; the seeming Contradictions Reconciled; former Errors Rectified, the Objections of Atheists, Deists, Arians, Socinians, and Free-thinkers Answered; difficult Passages Explained; and the Sacred Writings Displayed in their genuine Purity and Lustre. Together with Practical Observations and suitable Reflections on every Chapter, From the Beginning of Genesis to the End of Revelation.... Embellished with Large Elegant Scripture Prints, finely engraved on Copper.
7098: BIBLE. Sacra Biblia, - Vulgatae Editionis. Sixti V. P. M. Ivssv Recognita: Tres Partes Divisa. Adjectis, quae in prioribus desiderabantur editionibus, Librorum, Psalmorum & quamplurimorum capitum Argumentis, doctrinaeque factae Summariis: Notatis insuper locis, ex quibus Lectiones, Epistolae, & Evangelia desumuntur. Inserta passim Chronologia cum omnibus Concordantiis, & copiosissimis Indiciibus sub sinem cujusque Partis. Ope & opera D. F. C. P. C.
7498: BIBLE. - Biblia Sacra, sive Testamentum vetus ab m. Tremellio, & Fr. Junio ex Hebræo Latine redditum, et Testamentu novum a Theod: Beza è Græco in Latinu vers.
9362: BIBLE. - The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New, Newly translated out of the Original Tongues and with the former Translations diligently Compared and Revised. By His Majesties Command. Appointed to be Read in Churches.
8824: BIBLE. RIDER (William), editor: - The Apocrypha at Large; With Comments and Annotations, Theological, Historical, Critical, and Moral.
4441: [BICKERSTAFFE (Isaac)]: - Love in a Village; A Comic Opera: As is is Performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The Eleventh Edition.
7307: BIDDULPH (Thomas T.): - Essays on some Select Parts of the Liturgy of the Church of England; being the substance of A Course of Lectures delivered in the Parish Church of St. Werburgh, Bristol. The Third Edition.
4740: BIDDULPH (Thomas Tregenna): - Practical Essays on the Morning and Evening Services of the Church of England. [AND]: Practical Essays on the Collects in the Liturgy of the Church of England, for the Sundays and Other Holidays.
8667: De Bie (Jacques): - Les Vrais Portraits des Rois de France. Tire de ce quit Novs Reste de leurs Monumens, Sceaux, Medailles, ou autres Effigies, conseruees dan les plus rares & plus curieux Cabinets du Royaume. Av Tres. Chrestien Roy de France et de Navarre Lovis XIII. Seconde Edition. Augmentee de nouveaux Portraits, & enrichie des Vies des Rois par le R. P. H. de Coste....
8077: BIGLAND (John): - Essays on Various Subjects.
5211: BIGLAND (John): - Letters on the Study and Use of Ancient and Modern History: Containing Observations and Reflections on the causes and consequences of those events which have produced conspicuous changes in the Aspect of the World, and The General State of Human Affairs.
8865: BINDING. KEN (Bishop): - Approach to the Holy Altar; By Bishop Ken. From his "Manual of Prayer," and "Practice of Divine Love."
8566: BINDING. BRADY (Nicholas) and TATE (Nahum): - A New Version of the Psalms of David Fitted to the Tunes used in Churches.
7286: BINDING. MAUCHLINE WARE. [KEBLE (John), Compiler]: - The Christian Year. Thoughts in Verse for the Sundays and Holydays throughout the Year. Twenty-Sixth Edition.
8835: BINDING. FLOWERS. - Flowers from the Holy Land. Fleurs de Terre Sainte. Blumen aus dem Heil. Lande.
9568: BINDING. BIBLE. - The Holy Bible Containing the Old Testament and the New Newly translated out of the originall Tongues and with the former Translations diligently compared and revised by his Majesties special Command. Appointed to be read in Churches.
9459: BINDING BREVIARY. LA ROCHEFOUCAULD (Dominique, Cardinal): - Breviarium Ecclesiae Rotomagensis Autoritate Illustrissimi ac Reverend D. D. Dominic de La Rochefoucauld, Rotomagensis Archiepiscopi..., & de consenfu Venerabilis Capitiuli denuo editum. Pars Autumnalis.
9551: BINDING. FETIL (publisher), - Etrennes du Parnasse. Choix de poesie
9553: BINDING. HOUSE OF LORDS - Standing Orders of the House of Lords.
9563: BINDING. BLESSED VIRGIN MARY - Uffizio della B. V. Maria per Tutti I Tempi dell'Anno
9436: BINDING. SICILY. - Almanacco della Real Casa e Corte, per l'anno 1823.
9439: BINDING. PRAYER BOOK. - Paroissien Romain Contenant les Offices des Dimanches et des principales Fêtes de l'année en Latin et end Francais augmenté de la Messe de Communion.
8864: BINDING. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. - The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and Other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church. According to the Use of the United Church of England and Ireland: Together with The Psalter or Psalms of David, printed as they are to be sung or said in churches; and the form and manner of making, ordaining, and consecration of Bishops, Priests, and Deacons.
8693: BINGLEY (William): - Animal Biography; Or, Authentic Anecdotes of the Lives, Manners, and Economy of the Animal Creation, Arranged according to the System of Linnaeus. Second Edition, With considerable Additions and Corrections.
9974: BIRCH (Samuel): - Consilia: Or, Thoughts on Several Subjects; Affectionately submitted to the Consideration of a Young Friend. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
9017: BISHOP (Samuel): - Poems on Various Subjects. The Second Edition.
8068: BIZOT (Pierre): - Histoire Metallique de la Republique de Hollande.
7730: BIZOT (Pierre): - Histoire Metallique de la Republique de Hollande.
6360: [BLACKWELL (Thomas)]: - An Enquiry into the Life and Writings of Homer. The Second Edition.
4328: BLAINVILLE (Charles Henri de): - Histoire Générale, Critique et Philologique de La Musique, Dédiée à La Duchesse de Villeroy.
7297: BLAIR (William): - Anthropology: Or, The Natural History of Man; with a Comparative View of the Structure and Functions of Animated Beings in General.
7719: BLAIR (Hugh): - Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres.
6241: BLAIR (Hugh): - Sentimental Beauties and Moral Delineations from the Writings of the Celebrated Dr. Blair, and Other Much Admired Authors; Selected with a View to Refine the Taste, Rectify the Judgment, and Mould the Heart to Virtue.
6338: BLAIR (Hugh): - Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres.
8349: BLAIR (Hugh): - Lectures on Rhetoric and Belles Lettres.
9570: BLANCHARD (S. Laman): - Lyric Offerings.
9242: BLAND (James); - An Essay in Praise of Women: Or, A Looking-glass for Ladies To see their Perfections in. With Observations how the Godhead seemed concerned in the Creation: what respect is due to them on that account; how they have behaved in all Ages, particularly in four Saviour's time. Our modern Ladies proved no less virtuous and industrious than those in King Solomon's Time. Several Observations of their Virtue's surpassing those of Men's. Their Dress commended. The use of the Tea-Table vindication. Remarks upon Music and Dancing, and other Recreations fit for Ladies. Proper Advice for the Ladies to beware of Fortune-hunters. Exhortations to keep good Company, and Cautions to refrain bad, &c. &c.
6582: BLASIS (Carlo): - Manuel complet de la Danse comprenant la théorie, la pratique et l'histoire de cet art depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu'à nos jours; à l'usage des amateurs et des professeurs.... Trad. de l'Anglais de M. Barton sur l'édit. de 1830, par M. Paul Vergnaud. Ouvrage orné d'un grand nombre de Figures et de Musique.
8079: BOCCACCIO (Giovanni): - The Decameron or Ten Days Entertainment of Boccaccio. Translated from the Italian. In Two Volumes. The Second Edition. To which are prefixed, Remarks on the Life and Writings of Boccaccio, and An Advertisement, by the author of Old Nick, a Piece of Family Biography, &c.
9757: BOCCACCIO (Giovanni): - Il Decameron Di Messer Giovanni Boccaccio.
8792: BODONI PRESS. ANACREON - Anakreontos Tejoy mele Praefixo Commentario quo Poetae Gve Traditve et Bibliotheca Anacreonteia Adumbratve. Additis Var. Lect.
8420: BOETHIUS. Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boethii: - De Consolatione Philosophiae. Libre Quinaue. Editi á P[etro] Bertio. Accessit Ejusdem de Disciplina Scholarium liber.
9884: BOETHIUS. Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boethii: - De Consolatione Philosophiae, Lib V. Cum Castigationibus Theodori Pulmann, Epicteti Stoici Enchridion ex Graeco ab Angelo Politiano in Latinum conversum.
10006: BOHUN (Ralph): - A Discourse Concerning the Origine and Properties of Wind. With An Historicall Account of Hurricanes, and other Tempestuous Winds.
8972: BOIARDO (Matteo Maria): - Orlando Innamorato di Matteo Ma. Bojardo rifatto da Francesco Berni.
2470: BOILEAU-DESPRÉAUX (Nicolas); - Les Œuvres de M. Boileau Despreaux, avec des Eclaircissemens Historiques.
9608: [BOILEAU (Jacques)]: - De Re Beneficiaria Liber Singularis sive Quæstionis celebris et difficilis, an & quibus in casibus liceat homini Christiano absque culpâ & peccato plura Beneficia ecclesiastica possidere, anakrisis. Curâ & studioTheologi Parisiensis abbatis Sidichembechensis.
8394: BOILEAU-DESPRÉAUX (Nicolas): - Les Œuvres de M. Boileau Despreaux, avec des Eclaircissemens Historiques.
5636: [BOLINGBROKE (Henry St. John), Viscount: - Case of Dunkirk Faithfully Stated and Impartially Considered. By a Member of the House of Commons.
9992: [BOLINGBROKE (Henry St. John, Viscount): - The Character of the Pretender. By his Secretary, the late Lord Bolingbroke. Felix quem faciunt aliena pericula cautum.
9898: [BOLTON (Robert)]: - Letters and Tracts on the Choice of Company and Other Subjects.
8195: BONIFACIUS VIII. - Sextus decretalium liber a Bonifacio VIII in concilio Lugdunensi editus. Cum glossematu[m] diuisionibus: qui ex nouella Joa[n]nis andree: suis sunt locis passim apposite. Interpretame[n]tis d[omi]ni Helie et Dominici de sancto Geminiano, Casibus litteralibus: summulis: regulis iuris cesarei: ac tabulis q[uorum] optimis. Multa[rum] glossa[rum] castigatione. Additione in margine litteraru[m]: quo minusculi characteres lineis intercepti clarius appareant.
6696: BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER - The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of The Sacraments; and other Rites & Ceremonies of The Church of England. Also, The Companion to the Altar, and the New Version of the Psalms of David. With Notes and Annotations to the Whole.
6676: BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER. HOLY BIBLE. PSALMS. - The Book of Common Prayer, And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David. Pointed as they are to be Sung or Said in Churches.
8006: BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER. NEW TESTAMENT - The Book of Common Prayer, And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches.
9705: BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER - The Book of Common Prayer. And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of The Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches.
9159: BOONE (James Shergold): - Men and Things in 1823; A Poem in Three Epistles, with notes.
10070: BOOTHBY (Brooke), Sir: - Fables and Satires. With a Preface on the Esopean Fable.
9711: [BOSWELL (George)]: - A Treatise on Watering Meadows: A Treatise on Watering Meadows: Wherein are shewn Some of the Many Advantages arising from That Mode of Practice, particularly on Coarse, Boggy, or Barren Lands; and the Method of performing the Work. Also Remarks on a late Pamphlet upon that Subject. Illustrated with Five Copper-Plates. Fourth Edition, With Many Additions.
9756: [BOSWELL (Thomas Alexander)]: - Recollections of a Pedestrian. By the Author of "The Journal of an Exile."
6608: BOUDIER DE VILLEMERT (Pierre-Joseph): - The Friend of Women: Translated from the French of Bourdier [sic] de Villemert. By Alexander Morrice.
9927: [BOULAINVILLIERS (Henri), Comte de]: - The Life of Mahomet. Translated form the French Original, written by the Count of Boulainvilliers.
3121: BOURDILLON (Francis W.): - A Lost God. With Illustrations by H. J. Ford.
7995: [BOUREAU - DELANDES (Andre Francois)]: - Pigmalion ou La Statue Animée.
9417: BOURNE (Thomas): - The Maid of Skiddaw. Songs of Palestine, and other Poems.
7225: BOURSAULT (Edme): - Theatre de Feu. Nouvelle Edition, Revué, corrigeée & augmentée de plusieurs Piéces, qui n'ont point paru dans les précedentes.
7650: [BOUTET (Claude)]: - Traite de Mignature, Pour Apprendre aisement a Peindre sans Maistre, Avec le Secret de fair les plus belles Couleurs, l'Or bruny, & Or en Coquelle. Quatrieme Edition. Reveue, corrigee & augmentee par l'Auteur.
8276: [BOWDLER (Thomas)]: - Letters written in Holland in the Months of September October, 1787. To which is added A Collection of letters, and Other Papers relating to the Journey of the Princess of Orange, on the 28th of June, 1787.
3233: BOWDLER (John): - Select Pieces in Verse and Prose. Fourth Edition.
9656: BOWLES (Rev. William Lisle)]: - Sonnets and Other Poems...Eighth Edition. To which is added, Hope, An Allegorical Sketch on Recovering Slowly from Sickness.
9346: BOWLES (W. L.): - The Grave of the Last Saxon; or, The Legend of the Curfew. A Poem.
5453: BOWMAN (Thomas): - The Principles of Christianity, As taught in Scriptures; Being Seven Discourses on Our Lost State in Adam. Our Recovery by Jesus Christ, And the Necessity of Regeneration and Sanctification by the Holy Ghost. To which is prefixed, A Letter to a Clergyman.
10188: BOWMAN (Hetty): - Songs amid the Shadows. With Introductory Sketch by Mrs. Gordon. Second Edition. - SixthThousand.
4103: BOYER (Jean Baptiste de), Marquis d'Argens: - New Memoirs establishing A True Knowledge of Mankind, by discovering the Affections of the Heart, and the Operations of the Understanding, In the various Scenes of Life: Being A Critical Inquiry into the Nature of Friendship and Happiness. An Essays on other Important Subjects. Interspersed with Letters from the Baron de Spon, the Emperor's Minister at Berlin.... And Two Novels, Spanish and French, shewing the Tragical Effects of Jealousy; the dissembling Arts of Coquetry; and the unhappy State of the Comedian. With Thoughts on the Art of Beautifying the Face, By Mademoiselle Cochois, The Favour both of the Court, and the Theatre, of Berlin.
9903: BOYER (Abel), editor: - Letters of Wit, Politicks and Morality. Written Originally in Italian, by the famous Cardinal Bentivoglio; in Spanish by Signior Don Guevara; in Latin by St. Jerome, Cato Uticensts, Aurelian the Emperor, and Queen Zenobia; and in French by Father Rapin, &c. Also select letters of Gallantry out of the Greek, of Aristænetus; the Spanish of Don Quevedo; the Latin of Petronius; and the French of Count Bussy Rabutin, Madam Maintenon, Mr. Fontenelle, &c. Done into English, by the Honourable H- H- Esq; Tho. Cheek, Esq; Mr. Savage. Mr. Boyer, &c. To which is added a large collection of original letters of love and friendship. Written, by several gentlemen and ladies, particuly, the Honourable Mr. Granville, Tho. Cheek, Esq; Capt. Ayloffe; Dr. G- Mr. B-y; Mr. O-n, Mr. B-r, Mr. G-, Mr. F-r, Mrs. C--l, under the name of Astra; Mrs. W-n under the name of Daphne, &c.
9282: BOYLE (Charles): - Dr Bentley's Dissertations on the Epistles of Phalaris, and the Fables of AEsop, Examin'd. The Fourth Edition With some Additions, occasioned by a Book entituled A View of the Dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris, &c.
4648: BOYS (John): - A General View of the Agriculture of the County of Kent; With Observations on the Means of it Improvement. Drawn up for The Consideration of the Board of Agriculture, and Internal Improvement, From the original Report transmitted to the Board; With additional remarks of several respectable country gentlemen and farmers.
9698: [BRACCIOLINI (Poggio)]: - Facetiae Facetiarum Hoc est, Joco-Seriorum Fasciulus novus Exhibens variorum autorum scripta, non tàm lectu jucunda & jocosa amoena & amanda, quàm lectu verè digna & utilia, multisve moralibus ad mores seculi nostri accommodata, illustrata, & adornata.
9018: BRADBERRY (David): - Tetelestai: The Final Close. A Poem. In Six Parts.
5227: BRADBURY (William ) and SANDERS (C. W.). - The School Singer, or Young Choir's Companion: a choice collection of music, original and selected, for juvenile singing schools, Sabbath schools, public schools, academies, select classes, etc., including some of the most popular German melodies, with English words adapted, or poetry translated from the German expressly for this work : also, a complete course of instruction in the elements of vocal music, founded on the Germany system of Kübler. Fifth Edition.
4384: BRADY (Robert): - An Historical Treatise of Cities and Burgh or Boroughs. Shewing Their Original, and whence, and from whom, they received their Liberties, Privileges, and Immunities; what they were, and what made and constituted a Free Burgh and Free Burgesses. As also shewing When they first sent their Representatives to Parliament. With A concurrent Discourse of most Matters and Things incident or relating thereto. A New Edition, Corrected.
4716: [BRAMSTON (James)]: - The Art of Politicks, In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry.
5461: [BRAMSTON (James)]: - The Art of Politicks, In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry.
5665: [BRAMSTON (James)]: - The Art of Politicks, In Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry.
9408: BRAND (John): - On Illicit Love. Written among the Ruins of Godstow Nunnery, Near Oxford.
8591: BREMER (Fredrika): - Christmas Eve, and Christmas Matins. A Scene in Swedish Peasant Life.
9524: BREMER (Frederika): - The Neighbours: A Story of Every-Day Life. Translated by Mary Howett. Third Edition, Carefully Revised and Corrected by the Latest Swedish Edition.
9164: BRETTELL (Jacob): - The Country Minister, A Poem, in Seven Cantos: Containing The First and Second Parts of the Original Work, with Additional Poems and Notes. A Second Edition.
9594: BREWER (Thomas): - The Life and Death of the Merry Deuill of Edmonton. With the Pleasant Pranks of Smug the Smith, Sir John, and Mine Host of the George, about the Stealing of Venison. By T. B.
9055: BRIAN (Fred): - A Very Small Book of Etiquette by Fred Brian and Others
9934: BRINE (John): - A Treatise on Various Subjects: Viz. On the Original Purity of Human Nature. On its present Depravity. Of the Defects which attended the Doctrine of Morality of Morality , as taught by Philosophers and Poets. Of Regeneration, Conversion, and Sanctification. On the Difference between real Conversion, and the Semblance of it. On the Assurance of Faith. On the Life of Faith. On the Growth of Grace. Of Declension in the Power of Religion; its Causes, and the Ways and Means of a happy Revival under Decays of Grace. On the Temptations of the present Age; and Cautions against them. Of Communion with God, in the Course of that Obedience, which we are required to yield unto Him. Wherein various difficult Cases of Conscience are answered, as they occur, on the several Subjects treated of. The Second Edition.
9192: BRISBANE (General Sir T. M. [Thomas Makdougall]): - Observations Magnetical and Meteorological made at Makerstoun in Scotland. In the Observatory of General Sir T. M. Brisbane, Bart. Under the Direction of John A. Broun. 1841 and 1842
2301: [BRITISH MILITARY FORCES]. - Considerations on the Present State of Affairs in Europe, And particularly with Regard to the Number of Forces in the Pay of Great-Britain.
9651: BRITISH SHORE. - The Brighthelmstone Directory or Sketches in Miniature of the British Shore.
9289: BRITTON (John): - The Union of Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting; Exemplified by a Series of Illustrations, with Description Accounts of the House and Galleries of John Soane.
4251: BRODBELT (Rev. George Campbell): - Original Essays on Miscellaneous Subjects in Religion.
8727: [BROME (Alexander), editor]: - Rump: Or an Exact Collection Of the Choycest Poems and Songs relating to the Late Times. By the most Eminent Wits, from Anno 1639 to Anno 1661.
8696: BROWN (John): - A Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, by the Rev. John Brown, of Haddington. Miniature Edition.
9944: [BROWN (John)]: - An Historical and Architectural Description of Corfe Castle. By a Near Resident.
5089: BROWN (John): - A Compendious View of Natural and Revealed Religion. In Seven Books.... The Second Edition, carefully revised and improved with the Author's Last Additions and Corrections.
9878: [BROWN (Robert Dunmoor Craufurd)]: - Mary's Bower, Or, the Castle on the Glen; A Pastoral Drama, of Five Acts: founded on A Real Event in Scotland, about the end of the fifteenth century.
9450: BROWN (George): - Arithmetica Infinita or The Accurate Accomptant's Best Companion Contriv'd and Calculated.
9229: BROWN (John): - A Dissertation on the Rise, Union, and Power, The Progressions, Separations, and Corruptions, of Poetry and Music. To which is prefixed, The Cure of Saul. A Sacred Ode.
4311: BROWN (John): - Letters upon the Poetry and Music of the Italian Opera. Addressed to a Friend.
5528: BROWN (John): - The History of the Rise and Progress of Poetry, Through it's [sic] several Species. Written by Dr. Brown.
3914: BROWNE (John): - A Defence of the Bishop of London's Second Pastoral Letter, Against Exceptions advanc'd in a late Piece, Entituled, A Plea for the Sufficiency of Human Reason in Matters of Religion.
3915: BROWNE (John): - A Letter to the Author of the Plea for Human Reason, Occasion'd by the Defence of it which he has lately made.
5011: BROWNE (Isaac Hawkins): - De Animi Immortalitate. Poema. Editio Quarta.
10120: BROWNE (Peter), Lord Bishop of Cork and Rosse: - A Discourse of Drinking Healths. Wherein The great Evil of this Prevailing Custom is shewn; And the Obligation which lieth upon all good Christians to Suppress and Discountenance it to the utmost of their Power.
9215: [BRUNEL (Antoine de)]: - A Journey into Spain.
10018: [BRUNNER (Andreas)]: - Fasti Mariani cum Illustrium Diuorum Imaginib. & Elogijs prope DC. in singulos Anni Menses Diésq S. S.. Natales Distributis. Ser.mo Electori Maximiliano Vtr. Boiar. Dvci à Sodalitate Mariana Monacensi Ciusca consecrati.
9444: BRUNTON (Mary): - Discipline: A Novel. To which is prefixed, A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Author, including Extracts from her Correspondence.
9909: BRUNTON (Mary): - Emmeline. With Some Other Pieces...To Which is Prefixed A Memoir of Her Life, including some Extracts from her Correspondence.
9703: BRUYS (François): - The Art of Knowing Women: Or, The Female Sex Dissected, in a faithful Representation of their Virtues and Vices, under the following Heads, Viz. I. General Ideas of Women. II. Of their Education. III. Of their Self-Love. IV. Of the Life they Chuse. V. Of their Religion and Devotion. VI. Of Love and Jealousy. Vii. Of Continence and Chastity. Viii. Of Marriage. IX. Of their Wit and Learning. X. Of their keeping Secrets. XI. Of Beauty, Dress, and Fashions. XII. Of Falshood and Deceit. XIII. Of Calumny and Detraction. XIV. Of Flattery and Dissimulation. XV. Of Friendship and Hatred. XVI. Of Envy and Malice. XVII. Of Covetousness and Prodigality. XVIII. Of Pride and Ostentation. XIX. Of Rage: Or, Passion. XX. A Dissertation concerning Adultery, and a learned Treatise on Divorce. Written in French, by the Chevalier Plante-Amour, Made English from the French Original, with Improvements, by Mr. Macky. The Second Edition.
8123: BRYDGES (Sir Egerton): - Archaica. Containing a Reprint of Scarce Old English Prose Tracts. With Prefaces, Critical and Biographical.
5119: BRYDGES (Samuel Egerton): - Censura Literaria. Comprising Titles, Abstracts and Opinions of Old English Books, With Original Disquisitions, Articles of Biography, and other Literary Antiquities.
8046: BUCHANAN (George): - Georgii Buchanani Scoti poetarum sui seculi facile principis, Paraphrasis Psalmorum Davidis poetica. Ad optimam editionem Thomæ Ruddimanni, A.M. summo studio recognita et castigata. Præmissa est accuratior quam antehac carminum explicatio.
8442: BUCHARD (Johann): - L'Ordine Della Messa che deve tener il Sacerdoto quado celebra seza cato, & senza ministri secodo l'uso delia S. Romana Chiesa
9530: BUCK (Charles): - Anecdotes, Religious, Moral, and Entertaining, Alphabetically Arranged, and interspersed with a Variety of Useful Observations. Second Edition.
7716: BUNYAN (John): - The Holy War, made by Shaddai upon Diabolus; For the Regaining of the Metropolis of the World; or the Losing And taking again of the Town of Mansoul.
8520: BUNYAN (John): - Solomon's Temple Spiritualized: or, Gospel-Light fetched out of the Temple at Jerusalem. To let us more easily into the glory of New Testament Truths. A New Edition.
2107: BURDON (William): - Materials for Thinking.
10059: BURGH (Allatson): - Anecdotes of Music, Historical and Biographical; In a Series of Letters from a Gentleman to His Daughter.
9985: BURGOYNE (Lieutenant General John): - The Dramatic and Poetical Works of the Late Lieut. Gen. J. Burgoyne; to which is prefixed, Memoirs of the Author. Embellished with Copper-Plaes.
4818: BURKE (Edmund): - Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq... On presenting to the House of Commons (On the 11th of February, 1780) A Plan for the Better Security of the Independence of Parliament, and the Oeconomical Reformation of the Civil and Other Establishments. The Fourth Edition.
4819: BURKE (Edmund): - Speech of Edmund Burke, Esq... On presenting to the House of Commons (On the 11th of February, 1780) A Plan for the Better Security of the Independence of Parliament, and the Oeconomical Reformation of the Civil and Other Establishments. A New Edition.
5182: BURKE (Edmund): - A Letter from Mr. Burke, To a member of the National Assembly; in Answer to some Objections to his Book on French Affairs.
4680: BURKE (Edmund): - Two Letters from Mr. Burke to Gentlemen in the City of Bristol, on the Bills depending in Parliament relative to the Trade of Ireland. The Second Edition.
2005: BURKE (Edmund): - Reflections on the Revolution in France, and on the Proceedings in Certain Societies in London relative to that event. In a Letter intended to have been sent to a gentleman in Paris. The Second Edition [i. e., second edition, fourth impression].
1651: BURNET (John): - An Essay on the Education of the Eye with Reference to Painting. Illustrated by Copper Plates and Wood Cuts. Second Edition.
7490: BURNETT (Frances Hodgson): - Little Lord Fauntleroy. Fifteenth Edition.
3062: BURNETT (Thomas): - The Necessity of Impeaching the Late Ministry. In a Letter to the Earl of Hallifax. The Second Edition.
8295: BURNEY (Charles): - An Account of the Musical Performances in Westminster-Abbey, And the Pantheon, May 26th, 27th, 29th; and June the 3d, and 5th, 1784. In Commemoration of Handel.
5687: BURNEY (Charles): - A General History of Music, From the Earliest Ages to the Present Period. The Second Edition [volume 1].
9773: BURRELL [née Raymond], (Sophia, Lady Burrell): - The Thymbriad, (From Xeonphon's Cyropedia.)
9772: BURRELL [née Raymond], (Sophia, Lady Burrell): - Poems dedicated to the Right Honourable the Earl of Mansfield.
6816: [BURTON (John)]: - The Parish Priest. A Poem. [Translated by Dawson Warren.]
9072: BUSBY (Thomas): - A Catechism of Music [Souter's New Series of Catechisms], in which the Elementary Principles of the Science are fully and clearly explained; with Preliminary Instructions for the Piaon-Forte. For the Use of Schools.
8176: BUSBY (Thomas): - Concert Room and Orchestra Anecdotes of Music and Musicians, Ancient and Modern.
8912: BUSBY (Thomas): - A Complete Dictionary of Music. To which is prefixed, A Familiar Introduction to the First Principles of that Science.
5538: [BUTLER (Charles)]: - Horae Biblicae.
3098: BUTLER (Samuel): - The Poetical Works of Samuel Butler. With Life, Critical Dissertation, and Explanatory Notes, by the Rev. George Gilfillan.
6243: BUTTERWORTH (Lawrence): - The Super-excellency of the Christian Religion displayed: or, a Treatise on Natural and Revealed Religion. Intend To explain the Nature of Both, and shew their essential Differences. To which is added, An Answer to the Rev. Mr. Lindsey's popular Argument against the Divinity of the Lord Jesus Christ
4064: BYROM (John): - Miscellaneous Poems.
7944: BYROM (John): - Miscellaneous Poems.
7033: CAESAR (Julius): - Commentarii di Caio Giulio Cesare Tradotti di latino in vulgar lingua: per Agostino Ortica de la porta Genovese. Con la tavola di nomi antiqui et moderni de la Gallia, Britannia, Germania, Italia, Grecai, Egypto, Asia, Africa et Hispagna Ultimamente con somma diligentia revisto, & corretto.
2008: CAIRNS (William): - A Treatise on Moral Freedom; Containing Inquires into the Operations of the Intellectual Principles, in connexion generally with Moral Agency and Responsibility, but especially with Volition and Moral Freedom.
10002: CAIRNS (Elizabeth): - Memoirs of the Life of Elizabeth Cairns, Written By herself some Years before her Death; And now taken from her own original Copy with great Care and Diligence.
8817: CALDWELL (Henry). - Memoir of the Services of Captain Henry Caldwell, Royal Navy, Companion of the Bath, Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, and Commodore.
3519: CALLCOTT (John Wall): - A Musical Grammar, in Four Parts: I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm.
5850: CALLCOTT (John Wall): - A Musical Grammar, in Four Parts: I. Notation, II. Melody, III. Harmony, IV. Rhythm. Third Edition
6333: CALONNE (Charles Alexandre de): - L'Etat de la France, présent & a venir.
6574: [CAMBRIDGE (Richard Owen)]: - The Fable of Jotham: To the Borough-Hunters.
9206: CAMOENS (Luis de). - Poems from the Portuguese of Luis de Camoens: With Remarks on his Life and Writings. Notes, &c. &c. By Lord Viscount Strangford. The Second Ediiton
4735: [CAMPBELL (John)]: - The Present State of Europe; Explaining The Interests, Connections, Political And Commercial Views Of Its Several Powers, Comprehending A Clear and Concise History of each Country, so far as to shew the Nature of the Present Constitutions. The Third Edition. Revised, corrected, and continued by the Author.
9982: CAMPBELL (George): - The Philosophy of Rhetoric.
7146: [CANNING (George), et al]: - The Microcosm, A Periodical Work, By Gregory Griffin, Of the College of Eton. The Second Edition. Inscribed to the Rev. Dr. Davies.
7163: [CAPRANI (Giuseppe). STENDHAL. Marie-Henri Beyle]: - The Life of Haydn, In a Series of Letters Written at Vienna. Followed by The Life of Mozart, with Observations on Metastasio, and on the Present State of Music in France and Italy. Translated from the French of L. A. C. Bombet. With Notes by the Author of the Sacred Melodies.
8166: [CAPRANI (Giuseppe). STENDHAL. Marie-Henri Beyle]: - The Life of Haydn, In a Series of Letters Written at Vienna. Followed by The Life of Mozart, with Observations on Metastasio, and on the Present State of Music in France and Italy. Translated from the French of L. A. C. Bombet. With Notes by the Author of the Sacred Melodies.
10017: CARACCIOLI (Charles): - The Antiquities of Arundel; The Peculiar Privilege of its Castle and Lordship; With an Abstract of the Lives of the Earls of Arundel, From the Conquest to this Time. By the Master of the Grammar-School at Arundel. By the Master of the Gramar-School at Arundel.
9706: [CARACCIOLI (Charles)]: - Chiron: Or, the Mental Optician.
1596: CARBONELL Y BRAVO (Francisco): - Elemens de Pharmacie, Fondes sur Les Principes de la Chimie Moderne. Traduite de l'original Latin. Nouvelle Edition Augmentee par l'auteur, revue et corrigee. Par P. Poncet.
10147: CARLYLE (Joseph Daker). [CARLYLE (Susannah Maria, editor)]: - Poems, suggested chiefly by scenes in Asia-Minor, Syria, and Greece, with Prefaces extracted from the author's journal. Embellished with Two Views of the Source of the Scamder, and the Aqueduct over the Simois. By the Late J. D. Carlyle.
8223: CARRACCI (Annibale), and Michelangelo Monsagrati; Carlo Gesi: - Aedium Farnesiarum Tabulae ab Annibale Caraccio AEdium Farnesiarum tabulae ab Annibale Caraccio depictae: a Carolo Caesio aeri insculptae, atque a Lucio Philarchaeo explicationibus illustratae.
6899: CARRICK (John D.): - Whistle-Binkie; a Collection of Songs for Social Circle. BOUND WITH: Songs for the Nursery.
9349: CARRINGTON (Noel Thomas): - My Native Village; And Other Poems.
9071: CARRINGTON (John): - Gems of British Poesy, on Various Subjects, intended to Enforce the Practice of Virtue.
2166: CARTWRIGHT (Edmund): - Armine and Elvira, A Legendary Tale. In Two Parts. The Sixth Edition.
4867: CASTÉRA (Jean-Henri): - The Life of Catharine II. of Russia. Translated from the French and Enlarged with Explanatory Notes and Brief Memoirs of Illustrious Persons. A New Edition. By the Rev. W. W. Dakins.
9672: CASTIGLIONE (Baldassarre): - Il Cortegiano del Conte Baldassarre. Riudutto, & corretto da Antonio Ciccarelli da Fuligni, Dottore in Theologia. Al Serenissimo Duca d'Urino
9068: CASTIGLIONE (Baldassarre): - Comitis Libri IV. De Curiali sive Aulico ex Italico Sermone in Latinum conversi Interprete Bartholomaeo Clerke. Recnesuit Samuel Drake.
5421: CATEL (Charles-Simon): - A Treatise on Harmony, Written and Composed for the Use of the Pupils at the Royal Conservatoire of Music, in Paris; by Catel, Professor of Harmony in that Establishment. From the English Copy, with additional Notes and Explanations, By Lowell Mason.
9201: [CATHOLICS]. - Tom-Tell-Troth, or a Free Discourse Touching the Murmurs of the Times, Directed to His Majesty, by of Humble Advertisement.
8216: CATTEAU-CALLEVILLE (Jean-Pierre): - A General View of Sweden: containing, Besides a Geographical Description of the Country, an account of its constitution, religion, civil and criminal laws, population, natural riches, external and internal commerce, finances, money, weights, and measures: Together with The Manners and Customs of its Inhabitants, the present State of the Arts and Sciences in that Kingdom, and the Form of Government as established in 1772. Translated from the French of Mr. Catteau.
7294: CATULLUS, PROPERTIUS, TIBULLUS. - Catulli Tibulli Propertii Opera
7404: CATULLUS. - Catulli, Tibulli, Propertii Opera.
6812: Catullus, Tibullus et Propertius. - [Works]
9153: CAWLEY (Thomas): - Verses of Help for All Seasons, By The Late Rev. Thomas Cawley, B. A., Formerly Rector of Bittadon.
9817: CELLINI (Benvenuto). NUGENT (Thomas): - The Life of Benvenuto Cellini: A Florentine Artist. Containing A Variety of Curious and Interesting Particulars, relative to Painting, Sculpture and Architecture and The History of his own Time. Written by Himself in the Tuscan Language, and translated form the originla by Thomas Nugent.
7543: CHALMERS (Alexander): - The Projector; A Periodical Paper, Originally Published in Monthly Numbers, from January 1802 to November 1809. By Alexander Chalmers, F. S. A. Second Edition Revised and Corrected.
4505: CHAMBAUD (Lewis): - A Grammar of the French Tongue, With a Prefatory Discourse, containing an Essay On the Proper Method for Teaching and Learning that Language. The Eighth Edition, Revised and Corrected.
4803: CHAMBERLAYNE (John): - Magnæ Britanniæ Notitia: Or the Present State of Great Britain; With diverse Remarks upon The Ancient State thereof. The Thirty-third Edition of the South Part, called England; and the Twelfth of the North Part, called Scotland. To which is added, A Complete List of the Queen's Household.....
3881: CHAMBERS (Robert), editor: - Cyclopædia of English Literature. A History, Critical and Biographical, of British Authors from the Earliest to the Present Times.
8115: CHANDLER (Mary): - The Description of Bath. A Poem. Humbly Inscribed To Her Royal Highness the Princes Amelia. With several other Poems. The Eighth Edition. To which is added, A True Tale, by the same Author.
6687: CHARLETON (Walter): - Matrona Ephesia. Sive Lusus Serius de Amore, à Gualt. Charletono, M.D. ante decennium Anglicè conscriptus, Et nunc demum Latinitate donatus à Barth. Harrisio, A.M [sic] ejusdémq[ue] impensis excusus.
10028: CHARLETON, Walter, M.D. - Two Discourses, The first, Concerning the Different Wits of men. The Second, a Brief Discourse concerning the various sicknesses of Wines, and their respective remedies; at this day commonly used: Delivered to the Royal Society.
9513: [CHARLOTTE AUGUSTA OF WALES] - Gulzara, Princess of Persia; or, the Virgin Queen. Collected from the Original Persian.
7873: CHASTITY. - An Exhortation to Chastity. A New Edition.
4903: [CHATEAUNEUF (Francois Castagnere, Abbé de)]: - Dialogue sur la Musique des Anciens. A Monsieur de ***.
9750: CHATTERTON (Thomas): - Miscellanies in Prose and Verse; by Thomas Chatterton, the supposed Author of the Poems published under the Names of Rowley, Canning, &c.
9751: CHATTERTON (Thomas): - Poems, Supposed to have Been Written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and Others, in the Fifteenth Century.
9752: CHATTERTON (Thomas): - Poems Supposed to have Been Written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and Others, in the Fifteenth Century. The Third Edition. To which is added An Appendix, containing some observations upon the language of those poems; tending to prove, that they were written, not by an Ancient Author, but entirely by Thomas Chatterton.
7853: CHEDWORTH (John), Lord: - Notes upon some of the Obscure Passages in Shakespeare's Plays; with Remarks upon the Explanations and Amendments of the Commentators in the Editions of 1785, 1790, 1793.
4726: CHESTERFIELD (Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of): - Lord Chesterfield's Advice to his Son, on Men and Manners: Or, A New System of Education, In which the Principles of Politeness, The Art of acquiring a Knowledge of the World With every Instruction necessary to form a Man of Honour, Virtue, Taste, and Fashion, are laid down in A Plain, Easy, Familiar Manner, adapted to every station and capacity. The whole arranged on A Plan Entirely New. [AND]: The Polite Philosopher; or, An Essay on the Art which makes a man Happy in himself and agreeable to others. A New Edition.
7148: CHEYNE (George): - Philosophical Principles of Natural Religion: Containing the Elements of Natural Philosophy, And the Proofs for Natural Religion, Arising from them.
9787: CHILDREY (Joshua): - Britannia Baconica: Or, The Natural Rarities of England, Scotland, & Wales. According as they are to be found in every Shire. Historically related, according to the Precepts of the Lord Bacon; Methodically digested ; and the Causes of many of them Philosophically attempted,M With observations upon them, and Deductions from them, whereby divers Secrets in Nature are discovered, and some things hitherto reckoned Prodigies, are fain to confess the cause whence they proceed. Usefull for all ingenious men of what Profession or Quality soever
8617: CHOPIN (Frederick). NIECKES (Frederick): - Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician.
9220: [CHOQUEL (Henri Louis)]: - La Musique Rendue Sensible par la Mechanique ou Nouveau System pour apprendre faciilement la Musique soi-meme. Ouvrage Utile et Curieux. Nouvelle Edition.,
8169: CHORLEY (Henry F.): - Music and Manners in France and Germany: A Series of Travelling Sketches of Art and Society.
7367: CHURCH OF ENGLAND - 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 Proper Lessons for Sundays and other Holy Days.
7522: CHURCH OF ENGLAND. - The Book of Common Prayer, And Administration of the Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies of the Church, According to the Use of the Church of England: Together with the Psalter or Psalms of David, Pointed as they are to be sung or said in Churches.
4536: CHURCHILL (Charles): - Poems... The Third Edition.
4564: CIBBER (Colley): - An Apology for the Life of Colley Cibber, Comedian, and Late Patentee of the Theatre-Royal. Written by Himself. The Second Edition.
4244: CIBBER (Colley): - The Dramatic Works of Colley Cibber.
7570: CICERO - M. Tvllii Ciceronis Epistolae ad Atticum, ad M. Brutum, ad Quintum fratrem, multorum locorum correctionne illustratae, ut, post omnes omnium editiones, exeant emendatissima. In qua omnes epistolas commentarii, separdim impressi, propedim edentur, auctore Paulo Manutio Aldi filio.
9062: CICERO. - De Natura Deorum Libri Tres. Cum notis integris Paulli Manucii, Petri Victorii, Joachimi Camerarii, Dionys. Lambini, Fulv. Ursini, & Joannis Walkeri. Recensuit, suisque Animadversionibus Illustravit ac Emaculavit Joannes Davisius. Coll. Regin. Cantab. Praeses. Editio Tertia, Emendatior & Auctior.
8929: CICERO. CATHERALL (Samuel): - Cato Major. A Poem. Upon the Model of Tully's Essay of Old age.
9101: CICERO. - Tulli Ciceronis Rhetorici libri Editio ad Manutianam & Brutinam conformata. Adiectae sunt Annotationes et Castigationes, ex variis doctorum virorum scriptis selectae.
8836: CLARE (Martin): - The Motion of Fluids, Natural and Artificial; In particular that of Air and Water: in a Familiar Manner proposed and proved by evident and conclusive Experiments, to which are added many useful Remarks. Done with Such Plainness and Perspicuity, that they may be understood by the Unlearned. For whose Sake is annexed, A Short Explanation of such Uncommon Terms, which in Treating on this Subject could not, without Affectation, be avoided. With Plain Draughts of such experiments, and Machines, which, by Description only, might not readily be comprehended. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
6527: CLARENDON (Edward Hyde), Earl of: - The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England, Begun in the Year, 1641. With the precedent Passages, and Actions, that contributed thereunto, and the happy End, and Conclusion thereof by the King's blessed restoration, and Return upon the 29th of May, in the Year 1660.
2220: CLARK (Richard), compiler: - The Words of the most Favourite Pieces, Performed at the Glee Club, the Catch Club, and other Public Societies.
6903: CLARKE (Francis L.): - Letters on Picturesque and Moral Geography; Illustrative of Landscape and Manners in the Various Countries of Europe. Chiefly designed for the Higher Classes in Schools, and for Minor Students in Literature.
7360: CLASSICS. SAMMELBAND. PERSIUS - Auli Persi Flacci Satyricorum Celeberrimi gravissimi, &difficillimi Satyrae VI. Ita illustrata ut e quovis facile intelligi possimi, commentariis Eilhardi Lubini.
8167: CLAYTON (Ellen Creathorne): - Queens of Song: Being Memoirs of some of the most Celebrated Female Vocalists who have appeared on the lyric stage, from the earliest days of opera to the present time. To which is added A Chronological List of all the Operas that have been performed in Europe.
10030: CLELAND (Charles) - Abstracts of the Several Laws and Rules That are now in Force, relating to the Importantion and Exportation of Wines into Great-Britain. With Complete Tables of the Net Duties that are to be Piad on the Importing....
9733: CLEVELAND (John: - The Works of Mr. John Cleveland, Containing his Poems, Orations and Epistles: Also, The Russtick Rampant, or Rural Anarchy Affronting Monarchy in the Insurrection of Wat. Tyler, Collected Into One Volume, with the Life of the Author.
5990: COBB (Mary Blackburn): - Extracts from the Diary and Letters of Mrs. Mary Cobb.
2729: [COETLOGON (Charles Edward de)]: - The Temple of Truth: Or, The Best System of Reason, Philosophy, Virtue, and Morals. Analytically Arranged. Second Edition.
7612: COKE (E. A.): - Footstep to Chronology and History.
9416: COLE (William): - Rural Months: A Descriptive Poem. In Twelve Cantos; Being chiefly Founded on a Review of the Year 1799. Also, Boyland-Hall, and other Miscellaneous Poems.
5105: COLERIDGE (Hartley): - Poems. With a Memoir of his Life by His Brother [Derwent Coleridge].
5107: COLERIDGE (Hartley): - Essays and Marginalia. Edited by his Brother [Derwent Coleridge].
10166: [COLLARD (Paul)]: - Instructions par deamdes et par reponses sur Humilite, sur le Rapport des Actions a Dieu, et sur La Priere
9469: COLLENUCCIO (Pandolfo): - Compendio delle Historie del regno di Napoli composto da Messer Pandolfo Collenutio, jurisconsolto in Pesaro.
3768: COLLIER (J. Payne), editor: - Lyrical Poems, Selected from Musical Publications between the years 1589 and 1600.
8002: COLLINGWOOD (Francis) and WOOLLAMS (John): - The Universal Cook, and City and Country Housekeeper. The Different Methods Of Dressing Butchers Meat, Poultry, Game, and Fish; And Of Preparing Gravies, Cullices, Soups, and Broths; To Dress Roots And Vegetables, And To Prepare Little elegant Dishes for Suppers or light Repasts: To Make All Sorts Of Pies, Puddings, Pancakes, and Fritters; Cakes, Puffs, And Biscuits; Cheesecakes, Tarts, And Custards; Creams And Jams; Blanc Mange, Flummery, Elegant Ornaments, Jellies, And Syllabubs. The various Articles in Candying, Drying, Preserving, And Pickling. The Preparation Of hams, Tongues, Bacon, &c. Directions For Trussing Poultry, Carving, And Marketing. The Making And Management Of Made Wines, Cordial Waters, and Malt Liquors. Together with Directions for Baking Bread, the Management of Poultry and the Dairy, and Kitchen and Fruit Garden; with a Catalogue of the various Articles in Season in the different Months of the Year. Besides a Variety of Useful And Interesting Tables. The Whole Embellished with The Heads of the Authors, Bills of Fare for every Month in the Year, and proper Subjects for the Improvement of the Art of Carving, elegantly engraved on fourteen Copper-Plates. The Second Edition.
7509: COLLINS (William): - The Poetical Works of William Collins, With a Biographical Sketch of the Author.
6969: COLLINS (Arthur): - The Peerage of England; Containing A Genealogical and Historical Account of all the Peers of that Kingdom, Now existing, either by Tenure, Summons, or Creation: Their Descents and Collateral Lines: Their Births, Marriages, and Issue: Famous Actions both in War and Peace: Religious and Charitable Donations: Deaths, Places of Burial, Monuments, Epitaphs: And many valuable Memoirs never before printed. Also Their Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, Supporters and Mottoes, Curiously engraved on Copper-Plates. Collected from Records, Old Wills, Authentic Manuscripts, our most approved Historians, and other Authorities, which are cited. The Fourth Edition, carefully Corrected, and continued to the present Time.
6112: [COLLINS (Anthony)]. - A Letter to the Author of the Discourse of the Grounds of Reason of the Christian Religion, In Answer to Mr. Green's Letters, &c. With a Postscript Occasion'd by Dr. Lobb's Brief Defence.
3554: COLMAN (George), the Younger: - The Iron Chest; a Play, In Three Acts. First Represented at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, on Saturday, March 12, 1796. The Fourth Edition.
8348: COLMAN (George): - Prose on Several Occasions; Accompanied by Some Pieces in Verse.
4588: COLONIA (Dominique de) and JUVENCIO (Josepho): - De Arte Rethorica [sic] Libri Quique Lectissimus veterum Auctorum Ætatis Aureæ, Perpetuisque Exemple illustrati; Societatis Jesu Presbytero. Accedunt etiam Institutiones Poeticæ. Auctore P. Josepho Juvencio Ex eadem Societate. Edition retractatior.
7738: COLONNA (Fabio): - Fabi Colvmnae Lyncei Phytobasanos, cui accessit Vita FabI et Lynceorum notitia adnotationesque in phytobasanon Iano Planco Ariminensi Auctore et In Senes Academia Anatomes Publico Professore.
3116: [COLQUHOUN (Patrick)]: - A Treatise on the Police of the Metropolis; Containing a Detail of the Various Crimes and Misdemeanors By which Public and Private Property and Security are, at present, injured and endangered: and suggesting remedies for the Prevention. The Fourth Edition, Revised and Enlarged. By A Magistrate.
7129: COLSON (Nathaniel): - The Mariner's New Calendar. Containing The Principles of Arithmetic and Practical Geometry; with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots: Also Rules for finding the Prime, Epact, Moon's Age, Time of High-Water, with Tables for the same. Together with Exact Tables of the Sun's place, Declination, and Right-Scension.... Also The Use of the Sea-Quadrant...With Directions for sailing into some Principal Habours.... The whole revis'd, and adjusted to the New Stile, By William Mountaine.
9038: COLSON (Nathaniel): - The Mariner's New Calendar. Containing The Principles of Arithmetic and Practical Geometry; with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots: Also Rules for finding the Prime, Epact, Moon's Age, Time of High-Water, with Tables for the same. Together with Exact Tables of the Sun's place, Declination, and Right-Scension.... Also The Use of the Sea-Quadrant...With Directions for sailing into some Principal Habours. The whole revis'd, and adjusted to the New Stil, By William Mountaine, F. R. S.
10080: [COLVILLE (Samuel)]: - Mock Poem or Whiggs Supplication. Part iid.
4808: [COMBE (William)]: - Letters from a Country Gentleman To a Member of Parliament, on the Present State of the Nation. Eighth Edition. With an Additional Letter to His Grace the Duke of Portland.
3917: [COMBE (William)]: - Letters of the Late Lord Lyttelton. Fourth Edition.
5640: [COMBE (William)]: - A Word in Season to the Traders and Manufacturers of Great Briton. Sixth Edition.
9149: COMBER (Thomas): - A Companion to the Temple: Or, A Help to Devotion In the Use of the Common Prayer. Divided into Four Parts. Part I. Of Morning and Evening Prayer. Part II. Of the Litany, with the Occasional Prayers and Thanksgivings. Part III. Of the Communion Office, with the Offices of Baptism, Catechism, and Confirmation. Part IV. Of the Occasional Offices, viz. Matrimony, Visitation of the Sick, &Uc. The whole being carefully Corrected, and now put into One Volume.
7322: COMEDIES. EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. - [SHERIDAN (Frances)]: The Discovery. A Comedy. Written by the Editor of Miss Sidney Bidulph. The Second Edition.
9779: [COMENIUS (Johann Amos)]: - Porta linguarum, trilinguis reserata & aperta: ive Seminarium linguarum & scientiarum omnium. Hoc est, compendiaria Latinam, Anglicam, Gallicam (& quamvis aliam) linguam unà cum artium & scientiarum fundamentis sesquianni spatio ad summum docendi & perdiscendi methodus, sub titulis 100 periodis 1058. comprehensa. Latinè primùm. Nunc verò gratitudinis ergò, in illustrissimi principis Caroli, Britannicæq[ue]; Gallicæ & Hybernicæ pubis gratiam, Latinè, Anglicè, & Gallicè in lucem eruta. Quarta editio. Opera studio & elucubratione Ioh. Anchorani, Theol. Licentiati.
10037: CONCINA (Daniello): - Usura Contractus Trini Dissertationibus Historico-Theologicis emonstrata Adversus mollioris Ethices Casuistas, & Nicolaum Broedersen Authore F. Daniele Concina Ordinis Praedicatorum. Accedunt Appendices duae ad Commentarium Authoris adversus Usuram. Editio Secunda.
9418: CONDER (Josiah): - The Star in the East; With Other Poems.
2732: CONDILLAC (Étienne Bonnet de): - La Logique, ou Les Premiers Développemens de l'Art de Penser; Ouvrage élémentaire, que le Conseil préposé aux Écoles Palatines avoit demandé, & qu'il a honoré de son approbation.
3654: CONGREVE (William): - The Works of Mr. William Congreve.
8740: CONNELL (Sarah G.): - Eleanor's Lessons.
3900: CONYBEARE (John): - A Defence of Reveal'd Religion against The Exceptions of a late Writer in his Book, Intituled, Christianity as Old as the Creation, &c.
5392: CONYBEARE (John): - Sermons.
8744: COOK (James). KIPPIS (Andrew): - The Life of Captain James Cook.
7988: [?COOKE (William)]: - Theatrical Biography: Or, Memoirs of the Principal Performers of the Three Theatres Royal. Drury-Lane. Mr. Garrick...[inter alia]. Covent-Garden. Mr. Ross...[inter alia]. Hay-Market. Mr. Foote...[inter alia]. Together with Critical and impartial Remarks on their respective professional Merits.
8272: [COOPER (James Fenimore)]: - The Bravo. A Venetian Story. By the Author of "The Pilot," "The Borderers," "The Water Witch," &c.
10152: [COOPER (Elizabeth), editor]: - The Historical and Poetical Medley:; Or Muses Library; Being A Choice and Faithful Collection of the best Antient English Poetry, from the Times of Edward the Confessor, to the Reign of King James the First. With The Lives and Characters of the know Writers taken from the most Authentick Memoirs. Being The most valuable Collection of the Kind now extant, affording Entertainment upon all Subjects whatsoever.
4802: [COOPER (John Gilbert)]: - La Vie de Socrate Traduitte [sic] de l'Anglois.
5871: CORNEILLE (Pierre): - Chefs-D'Oeuvre de P. Corneille. Edition Stereotype, D'apres le procede de Firmin Didot.
8431: CORNERUS (Christophorus): - Psalterium Latinum Davidis Prophetai et Regis cum Familiare et Pia Expositione Ac Brevi Otatione artificij Rhetorici pertinentis ad ratione inuentionis, dispositionis & elocutionis, scripta à Christopho. Cornero.
8560: CORRESPONDENCE. - The Complete Correspondent: Consisting of Original Letters, adapted to every age and situation in life, and on the most interesting topics: Together with various Forms of Business and Compliment, and the best Directions for Writing Letters With Ease, Elegance, and Correctness; to which are added, Specimens of Real Correspondence, From the best Writers in the English Language, and Translations from the Latin and French.
8936: CORVINUS (Johan Arnold): - Enchiridium; Seu Institutiones Imperiales, insertis latioribus materiis theorice ac practice digestae, et explicata per Erotemata. Editio tertia, duabus prioribus ex nova recognitione emendatior, &t auctior.
9325: [CORY (William)]: - Ionica.
8506: COTTIN (Sophie Ristaud): - Elisabeth, ou Les Exilés de Sibérie. Nouvelle Edition, Augmentee de Notes Historiques et Géographiques. Par C. Gros. Avec un Frontispice [sic].
5780: COTTIN (Sophie Ristaud): - Mathilde, ou Memoires tires de l'Histoire des Croisades
8857: COWPER (William): - Poems by William Cowper, Esq. With Sketch of his Life, by the Rev. T. Greatheed.
9388: COX (David): - The Young Artist's Companion or Drawing Book of Studies in Landscape Painting. With Thirteen Coloured Plates.
5118: CRABBE (George): - Poems...in Two Volumes. Fourth Edition.
5051: CRABBE (George): - Tales of the Hall. A New Edition.
10192: CRAIGHEAD (George): - The Nature and Place of Hell Discovered: or, a Fair Conjecture that the Sun is the only Tartaros, or Receptacle of the Damned; and that there is both Everlasting Material Fire there to torture the Body, and Inward Sorrow to torment the Soul. In Answer to a late, but atheistical Pamphlet, entituled, Heaven open to all Men; or, a Treatise solidly proving from Scripture and Reason, that without unsettling the Practice of Religion all Men who now are, or hereafter will be upon Earth shall be saved, or made finally happy. By the Rev. George Craighead, Late Minister of the Gospel in Virginia (now in London) and author of the Blow at modern Crutches.
8911: [?CRAMER (John or Gabriel)]: - Thesaurus Secretorum Curiosorum in quo Curiosa non Solum ad Omnes Corporis Humani cùm internos, tùm externos Morbos curandos, sed etiam ad Cutis, Faciei, aliarumque Partium ornatum, formam, nitorem, & elegantiam conciliandos continentur Secreta. Quibus Insuper Quamplurima Varii Generis non minus Curiosa, quam utilia addita sunt Secreta. Cume Indice Partium, Capitum, & Materiarum qua in toto Opere continentur.
6395: CRAWFURD (George): - The History of the Shire of Renfrew. A Genealogical History of the Royal House of Stewart, with a Genealogical Account of the Illustrious House of Hanover, from the time of their intermarriage with the Stewart family, to the present period. Also, A Genealogical History of the Nobility and Gentry of the County of Renfrew. And, An exact Survey of the County; together with the present State of the public Buildings, Manufactures, different Religions, &c. &c. Collected From the Public Records, ancient Chartularies, the Works of the best Historians, &c. Brought from the earliest Accounts to the Year MDCCX, by Mr. George Crawfurd: And continued to the present Period, by William Semple.
5115: CREECH (William): - Edinburgh Fugitive Pieces: with Letters, containing a Comparative View of the Modes of Living, Arts, Commerce, Literature, Manners, &c. of Edinburgh, at Different Periods. To which is prefixed an Account of his Life.
9190: CRESCIMBENI (Giovanni Mario): - Comentarj intorno all' istoria Della Poesia Italiana ne' quali si ragion d'ogni genere e specie di quella scritti da Gio. Mario Crescimbeni Ripublicati da T. J. Mathias.
10098: CRESCIMBINI (Giovanni Mario): - L'Istoria della Volgar Poesia Scritta da Giovan Mario Crescdimbeni Canonico di S. Maria in Cosmedin, e Custode d'Aracadia. In questa seconda impression,e fatta d'ordine RAagunnanza degli Arcadi, corretta, risformata, e notabilmente ampliata. All'Altezza Serenissma, del Principe Antonio di Parma.
10051: CROLL (Oswald): - Philosophy Reformed & Improved The I. Discovering the Great and Deep Mysteries of Nature: By that Learned Chymist & Physitian Osw. Crollius. The Other III. Discovering the Wonderfull Mysteries of the Creation, by Paracelsus: Being His Philosophy to the Athenians. Both made English by H. Pinnell, for the increase of Learning and true Knowledge. 8vo, 158 x 98 mms., pp. [xxiv], 160, 171 - 226 [text and registration continuous], engraved portrait of Paracelsus as frontispiece, late nineteenth-century ownership markings on verso of title-page. London: Printed by M. S[immonds] for Lodowick Lloyd, at the Castle in Cornhill, 1657. 8vo, 158 x 98 mms., pp. [xxiv], 160, 171 - 226 [text and registration continuous], engraved portrait of Paracelsus as frontispiece, late nineteenth-century ownership markings on verso of title-page. [BOUND WITH:] Three Books of Philosophy Written to the Athenians: By that famous, most excellent, and approved Philosopher & Phisitian Aureal. Philip. Theoph. Bombast. of Hohenheim, (commonly called) Paracelsus. With an Explicatory Table alphabetically digested; wherein the hard words that are found in this Authour, and in the forging Preface of Osw: Crollius, are Explained. Done into English for the increase of the knowledge and fear of God. By a young Seeker of truth and holines [sic]. London: Printed by M. S. for L: Lloyd at the Castle in Cornhill, 1657. 8vo, pp. [ii], 70, with an inscription and drawing on the verso of the last leaf.
8247: [CROLY (George)]: - May Fair. In Four Cantos.
8699: CROMPTON (Samuel). MARSHALL (William Calder). - Compton's Statue.
6470: CROSSE (John): - A Letter to the Author of Remarks on Two of the Most Singular Characters of the Age. With a Reply by the Former.
7466: CROWE (William), Rev.: - A Treatise on English Versification.
8277: CROWEST (Frederick): - The Great Tone Poets: Being Short Memoirs of the Greater Musical Composers. Fourth Edition.
9089: CRUSIUS (Lewis): - The Lives of the Roman Poets. Containing A Critical and Historical Account of Them and their Writings, with large Quotations of their most celebrated Passages, as far as was necessary to compare and illustrate their several Excellencies, as well as to discover wherein they were deficient. To which is added, A Chronological Table, fitted to the Years before and after Christ, shewing the Times when they flourished and published their Works, and exhibiting the more remarkable Events coincident with them. Together with An Introduction concerning the Origin and Progress of Poetry in general; and an Essay on Dramatic Poetry in particular. The Third Edition.
7330: CULLYER (John): - The Gentleman & Farmer's Assistant; Containing, first, Tables for Finding the Content of any Piece of Land, from dimensions taken in yards. Second, Tables, Shewing the Width required for an Acre, in any Square Piece of Land, From One to Five Hundred Yards, in Length. Third, Tables, Shewing the Number of Loads that will Manure an Acre of Land, By knowing the Distance of the Heaps. Fourth, a Table for Measuring Thatcher's Work, from one to sixty-four feet long, And from One to Twenty-Five Feet High. The Third Edition.
9902: CULVERWELL (Nathanael/Nathaniel) - An Elegant And Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature; With several other Treatises. Vix. The Schism. The Act of Oblivion. The Child's Return. The Panting Soul. Mount Ebal. The White Stone. Spiritual Optics. The Worth of Souls.
7809: [CUMBERLAND (Richard)]: - The Observer: Being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays.
8850: CUMMING (Rev. J. G.): - The Runic and Other Monumental Remains of the Isle of Man.
6023: D'ALEMBERT (Jean le Rond): - Elémens de Musique Théorique et Pratique, suivant les Principes de M. Rameau, éclairis, développées et simplifiés. Nouvelle Édition, Revue, corrigée & considérablement augmentée.
8305: D'ISRAELI (Isaac): - Narrative Poems.
4356: D'ALEMBERT (Jean le Rond): - Elémens de Musique Théorique et Pratique, suivant les Principes de M. Rameau, éclairis, développées et simplifiés. Nouvelle Édition, Revue, corrigée & considérablement augmentée.
8635: D'ALEMBERT (Jean Le Rond). RAMEAU (Jean Phillipe): - Elemens de Musique Theorique et Pratique. Suviant Les Principes de M. Rameau. Èclaris, Développés et Simplifiés, Par M. D'Alembernt, de l'Academie Francoise.... Nouvelle Edition. Revue, corrigée & considérablement augmentée.
7826: D'AFFRY DE LA MONNOY (Alfred): - Les Jetons de l'Échevinage Parisien Documents pour serir a une histoire metallique du bureau de la vaille et de diverses institutions Parisiennnes. Avec une table analytique e tdeux series de pieces justificatives reunies, coordonnes et annotees par le service historique de la ville de Paris.
4916: DA VINCI (Leonardo): - Traité de la Peinture, par Léonard de Vinci. Nouvelle Édition, Augmentée de la Vie de l'Auteur.
8603: DA BRESCIA (Gaudenzio) - Lo Spirito della Regola Esposto in Meditazioni, Conferenze alli Professori della sua Letterale Osservanza da F. Gaudenzio da Brescia Cappuccino.
9347: DALE (Thomas): - The Outlaw of Taurus. A Poem. To which are added, Scenes from Sophocles.
5529: DALLAS (Robert Charles): - Recollections Of The Life Of Lord Byron, From The Year 1808 To The End Of 1814; Exhibiting His Early Character And Opinions, Detailing The Progress Of His Literary Career, And Including Various Unpublished Passages Of His Works. Taken From Authentic Documents in the possession of the author. To which is prefixed, an account of the circumstances leading to the suppression of Lord Byron's correspondence with the author and his letters to his mother, lately announced for publication.
6245: [DALRYMPLE (Alexander)], editor: - A Collection of English Songs, With an Appendix of Original Pieces.
9743: [DALRYMPLE (Sir David, Lord Hailes)]: - Memorials and Letters Relating to the History of Britain in the Reign of James the First. Embellished from the Originals.
9876: DARRELL (WIlliam): - Il Gentiluomo Istruito nessa Condotta d'Una Virtuosa, e Felice Vita. In Tre Parti Scritto dal Signor Dorell Gentiluomo Inglese Catolico pell'istruzion d'un Giovane Cavaliere Inglese. A cui è aggiunto un Avvertimento alle Dame. Tradotto dall' Original Inglese nell' Idioma Italiano da D. Francesco Giuseppe Morelli Sacerdote Fiorentino. Terza Edizione, accrescinta di alcune Annotazioni.
6516: DAUBENY (Charles): - A Guide to the Church, in Several Discourses; to which are added, Two Postscripts; The Frist, To those Members of the Church who occasionally frequent other places of public worship; the second, To the Clergy, addressed to William Wilberforce, Esq. M. P.
7253: DAUBENY (Charles): - An Appendix to the "Guide to the Church:" In which the Principles advanced in that work are more fully maintained; in Answer to Objections brought against them by Sir Richard Hill, Bart. In his Letters address to the Author, under the Title of "An Apology for Brotherly Love." Vol. I.
8246: DAVID. PSALMS. - The Psalms of David, in Metre. According to the Version Approved by the Church of Scotland, And appointed to be used in Worship.
9223: DAVID. - Les Pseaumes de David, Mis en Verse Francois, Revus et approuvez par le Synode Walon des Provinces-Unies. Nouvelle Edition.
7265: DAVID, PSALMS OF - Psalmi Davidis ex hebraica veritate latins versibus expressi A Io. Matthaeo Toscano, I. V. D. Quibus praefixa sunt Argumenta singulis distichis comprehensa, opera Io. Avrati Poetae Regij.
9989: DAVIDSON (Joseph), publisher: - The Fables of Phaedrus, Translated into English Prose, As near the Original as the different Idioms of the Latin and English Languages will allow. With the Latin text and Order of Construction in the opposite Page; and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical notes in English. For the Use of Schools, as well as of Private Gentlemen,
7321: DAVIES (Charles): - A Treatise on Shades and Shadows, and Linear Perspective. Second Edition.
3949: DAVIES (Charles): - A Treatise on Shades and Shadows, and Linear Perspective. Second Edition.
8883: DAVIS (J. B.): - The Ancient and Modern History of Nice; Comprehending An Account of the Foundation of Marseilles: To which are prefixed Descriptive Observations on the Nature, Produce, and Climate of The Territory of the Former City, and to its Adjoining Towns: With An Introduction Containing Hints of Advice to Invalids, who, with the Hope of Arresting the Progress of Disease, seek the renovating Influence of these salubrious Climes.
9972: [DAVY (Charles)]: - Conjectural Observations on the Origin and Progress of Alphabetic Writing.
8722: DAY (William): - Punctuation Reduced to a System. How to Stop and when to Stop. Fifth Edition.
1180: DE LOLME (John Louis): - The Constitution of England; Or, An Account of the English Government: in which it is compared, both with the Republican Form of Government, and the Other Monarchies in Europe. A New Edition, Corrected.
8240: DE BIE (JACQUES): - La France Metallique Contenant les actions celebres tant publiques que privées des Rois et des Reynes: Remarquées en leurs Mmédailles d'Or Argent etBbronze. Tirees des plus Curieux Cabinetz.
9864: DE QUINCEY (Thomas): - Klosterheim: or, The Masque.
7123: DE COURCY (Richard): - Sermons, by the late Rev. Richard De Courcy, Vicar of Saint Alkmond, Shrewsbury. To which is prefixed, An Essay on the nature, &c. of pure and undefiled religion.
8726: DE KRUSENSTERN (Alexandre): - Precis du Systeme, Des Progres et de l'Etat de l'Instruction Publique en Russie Redige d'apres des Documents Officiels.
4911: DE WITT (Johann): - The True Interest and Political Maxims of the Republick of Holland and West-Friesland. In Three Parts. The First Treating o Liberty in General. Of Manufactures. Fisheries. Traffick. Navigation. Toleration of Religion. A General Naturalization. Freedom from Imposts. Impartial Justice; and Settling of Colonys. Part II and III. Of a Free Navigation and clearing the Seas. Of Ware and Peace, and Alliances, particularly with England, France and Spain. Of the natural Strength and Fortifications of Holland. And Of its Interest in all Respects as to the Government of a Single Person.
8215: DEBRETT. - The Royal Kalendar; or complete and correct Annual Register for England, Scotland, Ireland, and America, for the Year 1791; Including a complete and correct List of the 17th Parliament of Great Britain, summoned to meet for their first Session in November, 1790. Upon a new and more extensive Plan than any hitherto offered to the Public: containing, England. I. Complete and correct Lists of both Houses of Parliament; all the State, Law, Revenue, and Public Offices, at the Court, in the City of London, and different Parts of the Kingdom; the Army and Navy; Baronets, Universities, Hospitals, &c. &c. Scotland. II. All the Peers, Baronets; State, Law, Revenue, and Public Offices, Universities, Physicians, &c. Ireland. III. Both Houses of Parliament, a complete List of the Baronets, all the Law, State, Revenue, and Public Offices, Bankers, Deans, &c. &c. America. IV. Governors, Law and Revenue Officers, &c. &c. Corrected at the Respective Offices.
4965: [DEFOE (Daniel)]. - The History of the Mitre and Purse, In which The First and Second Parts of the secret History of the White Staff are fully considered, and the Hypocrisy and Villainies of the Staff himself are laid open and Detected. The Second Edition.
2520: [DELAMAYNE (Thomas Hallie): - The Senators: Or, A Candid Examination into the Merits of the Principal Performers of St. Stephen's Chapel.
2521: [DELAMAYNE (Thomas Hallie): - The Senators: Or, A Candid Examination into the Merits of the Principal Performers of St. Stephen's Chapel. The Third Edition, WIth Alterations and Additions.
8465: DELAND (Margaret) - Typed letter, signed
9941: DELAP (Rev. J.): - Dramatic Poems, Comprising the Following Tragedies: Gunilda, Usurper, Matilda, and Abdalla.
2057: DELAVIGNE (Casimir): - Sept Messeniennes Nouvelles.
9555: [DELLA LENA (Innocenzo): - Dissertazione Ragionata sul Teatro Moderno.
7937: DELLA CASA (Giovanni): - Il Galatheo di M. Giovanni Della Casa. Nel quale sotto la persona d'un Vecchio Idiota ammaestrante un suo giovanetto, si ragiona. De Mode, che si Debbono o tener, o schifare, nella commune conversatione.
9691: DEMOSTHENES. - Demosthenous ho peri stephanou logo. Demosthenis de corona oratio.
9005: DENHAM (Sir John): - Poems and Translations; With the Sophy, A Tragedy.
3403: DERHAM (William): - Physico-Theology: Or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God, from his Works of Creation. Being the Substance of Sixteen Sermons Preached in St. Mary-le-Bow-Church, London...With large Notes, and many curious Observations. The Seventh Edition.
10125: DESARGUES (Girard). BOSSE (Abraham): - La Maniere Universelle de Mr. Desargues lyonnais pour poser l'essieu et placer les heurs et autres choses aux Cadrans au Soleil.
9441: [DESLISLE DE SALES (Jean-Baptiste Isolard)]: - Philosophie du Bonheur. Manuscrit de Platon publié par l'Auteur de la Philosophie de la Nature; Et servant de Supplement a ce dernier Ouvrage. Nouvelle Edition, Rectifiée de Augmentée d'un Tiers.
5840: DIBDIN (Charles): - Songs, Naval and National, of the late Charles Dibdin; With a Memoir and Addenda. Collected and Arranged by Thomas Dibdin. With characteristical sketches by George Cruikshank.
7502: DICKENS (Charles): - The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. With Illustrations by Phiz.
8875: DICTIONARY. - The Historian's Pocket Dictionary; Annexing Dates to The Memorable Occurrences, from The Earliest Period of History to The Present Time... Also The Sovereigns of England and Scotland, Distinguished Painters, &c. and Eminent Men of all Professions.
9956: DINGLEY (Robert): - Vox Caeli; or, Philosophical, Historicall, and Theological Observations, of Thunder. With a more General view of Gods wonderful Works. First grounded on Job 26. 14. but now enlarged into this Treatise. By Robert Dingley, M.A. once Fellow of Magdalen Colledge in Oxford; now Minister of Gods Word at Brixton in the Isle of Wight, and County of Sovthampton.
7715: DIONYIUS THE CARTHUSIAN. - D. Dionysii Carthusiani, in quatuor Evangelista Enarrationes, Praeclare admodum, & ab eruditissimis optimisque viris quamdivitissime desideratae, atquie nunc ex altera: eaque diligentissim ad archetypon recognitione, sublastis mendis quibus scatebant pluribus quam diligentissime excusae.
7196: DIONYSIUS CARTHUSIANUS. - Elucidissima in divi Pauli Epistolas commentaria Dionysis, olim Carthusiani apud celebrem Ruremunda, ducatus Geldriae urbem cui in componendis sacrarum literarum libris vix alter similis successit. Vita authoris, simul & operum illius cathalogus, cum indice, & ... Caroli, ducis Geldriæ &c. epistola hortatoria, necnon & sacræ facultatis theologicæ Coloniensis approbatione, co[m]mentarijs ipsis præmittuntur.
9321: DISSENTERS. - Forms of Prayer for the Use of a Congregation of Protestant Dissenters in Manchester.
3509: DOBSON (Susanna): - The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch.
2761: DOBSON (Susanna): - The Life of Petrarch. Collected from Memoires pour la Vie de Petrarch. The Second Edition.
9128: DODD (William): - The Beauties of History; or, Pictures of Virtue and Vice; drawn from Examples of Men eminent for their Virtues, Or infamous for their Vices. Selected for the Instruction and Entertainment of Youth. By the Late W. Dodd. The Third Edition . Ornamented with upwares of Thirty Engravings Beautifully cut on Wood.
8874: DODD (William): - The Sisters: Or, The History of Lucy and Caroline Sanson, entrusted to A False Friend. In Two Volumes. By the Rev. Dr. Dodd.
3890: DODDRIDGE (Philip): - The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul: Illustrated in a Course of Serious and Practical Addresses...The Fifteenth Edition.
9815: [DODSLEY (Robert)], ed.: - Fugitive Pieces, on Various Subjects. By several Authors. I. Crito: or a Dialogue on Beauty. II. An Account of the Emperor of China's Gardens, near Pekin. III. Deformity. By William Hay, Esq. IV. Lucina sine Concubitu. Address to the Royal Society. V. A Modest Defence of Gaming. Vi. The Pretty Gentleman. VII. The Polite Philosopher. VIII. Plan of an Essay on Delicacy. [Volume I] I. A Vindication of Natural Society.... II. History and Antiquities of the Ancient Villa of Wheatfield.... III. Fragments of ancient Poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland. IV. An Account of Russia, in the Year 1710.... V. A Journey into England. By Paul Hentzner, in the Year 1598. VI. A Project for raising an Hospital for decayed Authors. VII. A Parallel, in the Manner of Plutarch...by the Rev. Mr. Spence. [Volume II]
9984: DODSLEY (Robert): - The King and the Miller of Mansfield. A Dramatic Tale.
9811: DOLMAN (John): - Contemplations amongst Vincent's Rocks, Near the City of Bristol: In which there is a Description, not only of the said Rocks, and of the Woods, and a peculiar Flower that grows upon and amongst them.... The Second Edition, Corrected and Improved.
5631: DONALDSON (James): - General View of the Agriculture of the County of Elgin or Moray, lying between the Spey and the Findhorn; including part of Strathspey, in the Counter of Inverness. With Observations on the Means of its Improvement. Drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture and Internal Improvement.
9177: DONI (Antonio Francesco): - Mondi Celesti, Terrestri, et Infernali, de Gli Academici Pellegrini. Composti dal Doni: Mondo Piccolo, Grande, de ma maritati, delle Puttane, & Russiani, Soldai, & Capita ni poltroni, Dottor cattiui, Legist, Artisti, de gli Usuarai, de Poeti & Copositori ignoranti.
9319: DORAN (Dr. [John]): - Lives of the Queens of England of the House of Hanover.
8585: DOUCET (Jerome), editor: - Anacreon. (Introduction et Pieces Choisies) Illustre de hit compositions de Louis-Edouard Fournier eaxu-fortes de Pennequin.
8840: DOUGLAS (Alexander): - Poems Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect.
9473: [DOWNMAN (Hugh)]: - Essays, by a Society of Gentlemen, at Exeter. Vol. I. Part I. Vol. I. Part II.
7712: DOWNMAN (Hugh): - Poems, The Second Edition, Altered and Corrected, With Several Additions.
1326: DRAKE (Nathan): - Mornings in Spring; or Retrospections, Biographical, Critical, and Historical.
7102: DRAMA. - The Old English Drama. A Collection of Plays from the Old English Dramatists.
6030: DRAYTON (John B.): - Poems.
8352: DRUMMOND (William), of Hawthornden: - Poems.
6510: DRYDEN (John): - The Hind and the Panther. A Poem. In Three Parts.
8347: DRYDEN (John): - The Miscellaneous Works of John Dryden, Esq; Containing all his Original Poems, Tales, and Translations, Now first Collected and Published together in Four Volumes. With Explanatory Notes and Observations. Also an Account of His Life and Writings.
9539: [DU BOIS (Edward)]: - The Fairy of Misfortune; Or, The Loves of Octar and Zulima. An Eastern Tale. Translated from the French by The Author of A Piece of Family Biography. The Original of the above Work is supposed to be in the Sanscrit in the Library of the Great Mogul.
4548: DUCHE (Jacob): - Discourses on Various Subjects. The Second Edition.
9451: [DUCLOS (Charles Pinot)]: - Acajou et Zirphile, Conte.
9078: DUGUAY-TROUIN (René). - Memoires de Monsieur du Guay-Trouin, Lieutenant General des Armees Navales, Commander de l'Orde Royal & Militaire de Saint Louis.
10158: [DULARE (Jacques-Antoine)]: - Pogonologia, Or a Philosophical and Historical Essay on Beards. Translated from the French.
9108: [DUNTON (John)]: - Athenian Sport: or, Two Thousand Paradoxes Merrily Argued, To Amuse and Divert the Age: As A Paradox in praise of a Paradox. Corporeal Affections remain after Separation... And so on, to the Defence of 2000 Paradoxes (or Pleasant Theses) which seem Strange, and Contrary to the Common Opinion. With Improvements from the Honourable Mr. Boyle, Lock, Norris, Collins, Cowley, Dryden, Garth, Addison, and other Illustrious Wits. By a Member of the Athenian Society.
8776: DUSAULX (Jean): - De la Passion du Jeu, Depuis les Temps Anciens jusqu'a nos Jours. Dedie a Monsieur.
7603: DUTY. - Filial Duty, Recommended and Enforced, by a variety of instructive and entertaining stories of children who have been remarkable for affection to their parents. Also some striking instances of children who have behaved in an undutiful and unnatural manner to their parents.
8344: [DYCE (William)]: - The Order for Morning and Evening Prayer, and the Litany, both Plain-Text, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland.
9834: DYCTIS et DARES. - Dictys Cretensis et Dares Phrygius De Belllo et Excidio Trojae, In usum Serenissimi Dephinim cum Interpretatione Annae Daceriae. Accedunt in hac Nova Ediitone Notae Variorum integrae; Nec non Josephus Iscanus, Cum Notis Sam. Dresemii. Nimismatibus & Gemmis, Historiam illustrantibus exonavit Lud. Smids, M. D. Disserationem de Dictye Cretnesi praefixit Jac Perizonius.
4352: DYER (John): - Poems. Viz. I. Grongar Hill. II. The Ruins of Rome. III. The Fleece, in Four Books.
9677: [EACHARD (John)]: - The Grounds & Occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy and Religion Enquired into. In a Letter to R. L.
9264: EASTER. - Office de la Quinzaine de Paques a l'Usage de Rome, en Latin et en Francois. Traduction Nouvelle. Dedie a la Reine. Avec l'explication des Ceremonies pour ce saint Temps, des Meditations sur les Evangiles de chaque jour, des Reflexions sur les Mysteres, des Exercices, & Prieres pour la Confession & la Communion.
3699: EDEN (William), Baron Auckland: - The Substance of a Speech made by Lord Auckland, on Monday the Second Day of May, 1796. On the Occasion of a Motion made by the Marquis of Lansdown.
4428: EDEN (William): - Four Letters to the Earl of Carlisle, from William Eden, Esq. On certain Perversions of Political Reasoning; and on the Nature, Progress, and Effect of Party Spirit and of Parties. On the present Circumstances of the War between Great Britain and the combined Powers of France and Spain. On the Public Debts, on the Public Credit, and on the Means of raising Supplies. On the Representation of Ireland respecting a Free-Trade. The Second Edition.
9965: [EDEN (Emily)]: - The Semi-Detached House. Edited by Lady Theresa Lewis.
9494: EDGEWORTH (Maria): - The Modern Griselda. A Tale. The Third Edition, Corrected.
2473: EDWARDS (Thomas): - The Canons of Criticism, and Glossary; The Trial of the Letter y, alias Y, and Sonnets.
8278: EDWARDS (John): - All-Saints' Church, Derby: A Poem.
4174: EDWARDS (Peter): - Candid Reasons, for Renouncing the Principles of Antipædobaptism. Second Edition.
7825: EDWARDS (H. Sutherland): - The Prima Donna Her History and Surroundings from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century.
9044: [EGAN (Pierce)]: - Sporting Anecdotes; Original and Select, including Characteristic Sketches of Eminent Persons who have appeared on the Turf: With an interesting Selection of the most extraordinary events which have transpire in the Sporting World; A correct Description of The Animals of Chase; and of every other subjected connected with the various Diversions of the Field. By an Amateur Sportsman.
6211: ELLIS (John): - A Reply to "The Academy's" Review of "The Wine Question in the Light of the New Dispensation."
8250: ELLIS (William): - Ellis's Husbandry, Abridged and methodized: Comprehending the Most Useful Articles of Practical Agriculture.
9155: ELLIS (Erastus Winter Hewett): - Poems on Various Subjects. By Erastus W. H. Ellis, (Son of Dr. W. R. Ellis,) When in His Sixteenth Year.
2226: [ELLIS (George)]: - Specimens of the Early English Poets.
8678: ELLIS [née Stickney], Sarah: - The Women of England, their Social Duties and Domestic Habits.
3836: ELTON (Oliver): - A Survey of English Literature, 1730 - 1780.
8563: EMENHEISER (J. AnthonY): - Anti-Destruction, and Other Poems.
6880: EMERSON (William): - Calculation, Libration, and Mensuration: Or the Arts of Reckoning, Weighing, and Measuring. Being a Mechanical Work, adapted To the Business and Practice of Tradesmen and Artificers, in the shortest Method possible, and designed purely for common Use.
6878: EMERSON (William): - Chronology: Or, the Art of Reckoning Time. Describing the several Divisions of Time in common Use; the Nature and Original of Cycles and Periods, and the most remarkable Aera's; and the manner of Computing the Numbers of such Cycles, or the Common Notes, for any Year; the moveable Feasts; the Places of the Sun and Moon; and the Nature of the Calendar. Founded upon Astronomical Principles. To which is added, A Short Chronological Table.
6879: EMERSON (William): - The Art of Surveying, or Measuring Land. Containing. I. The Work to be Perform'd in the Field, as taking all necessary Dimensions and Measures. II. Concerning Protracting, Reducing, Casting up, and Dividing. III. Measuring inaccessible Heights, and Distances.
6877: [EMERSON (William)]: - The Doctrine of Combinations, Permutations, and Compositions of Quantities, Clearly and succinctly demonstrated.
5468: ENFIELD (William): - The Preacher's Directory; Or, a Series of Subjects proper for Public Discourses, with Texts under Each Head: To which is added, a Supplement, containing Select Passages from the Apocrypha. The Second Edition.
8629: EPICTETUS. - Epicteti Quae supersunt Dissertationes Ab Arriano Collectae: Enchiridio Fragmentisque in fine adjectis. Recensuit Notisque illustravit Joannes Uptonus Praeb. Rossensis.
7629: EPICTETUS. - The Morals of Epictetus: Made English in a Poetical Paraphrase. By Ellis Walker, M. A.
8976: ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM: - Adagiorum Chiliades Des Erasmi Roterodami quatuor cvm dimidia, ex postrema avtoris recognitione. In hac aeditione, prioribus duobus Indicibus subiunctus est tertius nouus, quo cuncta in hoc opere sparsim tractata, lectori ob oculos quam clarissime sunt posita.
8550: EROTICA. DAMNED STUFF. - Did you ever see such Damned Stuff? Or, So-Much-The Better. A Story Without Head or Tail, Wit or Humor.
9848: [ERPENIUS (Thomas)]: - Elementa Linguae Arabicae Ex Erpenii Rudimentis ut Plurimum Desumpta. Cujus Praxi Grammaticae novam Legendi Praxin addidit Leonardus Chappelow, Linguae Arabicae apude Cantabrigienses Professor.
8856: ERRO Y AZPIROZ (Don Juan Bautista de): - Alfabeto de la Lengua Primitiva de España, y explicación de sus más antiguos monumentos de inscripciones y medallas.
5374: ERSKINE (Thomas Alexander) Earl of Kelly (or Kellie): - Minuets &c. Composed by The Right Honourable Thomas Earl of Kelly.
10159: [ERSKINE (Thomas)]: - Armata: A Fragment. Second Edition.
9580: [ESTEVE (Pierre)]: - L'Esprit des Beaux Arts.
6739: ETON COLLEGE. SOLOMON GRILDRIG. - The Miniature, by Solomon Grildrig, of the College of Eton. Inscribed, by permission, to The Rev. Dr. Goodall. Second Edition.
10007: EUNSON (George): - The Ancient and Present State of Orkney, Particularly The Capital Borough of Kirkwall. To which are added, the Petty Tyrants; or Grinders of the Poor. The Characteristic New Year's Gift, of Lawrie's Elections, and Lastly, Free National Thoughts Upon Great Britain.
10019: EURIPIDES. - [Works, Latin and Greek]. Hai tou Euripidou Tragodiai Sozomenai. Euripidis Tragoediae Quae Supersunt, ex Recensione Samuelis Musgrave.
5433: EVANS (John): - A Sketch of the Denominations of the Christian World; With a Persuasive to Religious Moderation. To which is prefixed an Introductory Outline of Atheism, Deism, Theophilanthropis, Judaism, Mahometanism, and Christianity. With an Essay on Enthusiasm and Superstition.... The Twelfth Edition, Containing..., An Original Account of the Shakers....
3080: EVELYN (John): - The Life of Mrs. Godolphin. Now first published and Edited by Samuel Lord Bishop of Oxford....
6090: EWING (Greville): - A Defence of Itinerant and Field Preaching: A Sermon, preached before The Society for Gratis Sabbath Schools, On the 24th of December 1797, In Lady Glenorchy's Chapel, Edinburgh.
3860: FÉLIBIEN (André): - Principes de l'Architecture, de la Sculpture, de la Peinture, et des autres Arts qui en Dependent. Avec un Dictionnaire des Termes propres à chacun de ces Arts.
7943: FABER (Petrus): - Dodecamenon Petri Fabri San-Ioriani Consiliarii Regii et in Tolosano Senatu Prasedis: sive De Dei nomine atque attributis, liber singularis. In quo vetustorum Patrum ac Theologorum, Latinorum, Græcorumque loci complures & illustrantur obscuri & mendosi castigantur. Editio altera ex auctoris recognitione.
10087: [FABRY (Wilhelm)]: - Guilhelmi Fabrici Hildani Observationum & Curationum Cheirurgicarum Centuria Secunda. Epistolis nonnullis virorum doctissimorum, nec non instrumentis cheirurgicis, ab authore inuentis illustrata.
7243: FALEREO (Demetrio), i. e., Demetrius of Phaleron: - Della Locuzione Volgarizato da Pier Segni Accademico della Crusca Detto L'Agghiacciato. Con postille al testo, ed esempli Foscani, conformati a' Greci. Al Sereniss. Signore, il Sig. Don Cosimo Medici, Principe di Toscana, suo Signore.
9198: FARQUHAR (George): - The Works Of the late Ingenious Mr. George Farquhar: Containing all his Letters, Poems, Essays, and Comedies Publish'd in his Life-time. The Comedies are Illustrated with Cuts representing the principal Scenes in each Play. The Second Edition.
3722: FARQUHAR (George): - The Recruiting Officer. A Comedy. As it is Acted at the Theatres-Royal in Drury-Lane and Covent-Garden, By His Majesty's Servants.
9847: FEATLEY (Daniel): - Katabaptistai kataptystoi. The Dippers dipt. Or, the Anabaptists Duck'd and Plung'd over Head and Ears, at a Disputation in Southwark. Also, a large and full Discourse of Their 1. Original. 2. Several sorts. 3. Peculiar Errours. 4. High Attempts against the State. 5. Capital Punishments: With an Application to these times. The Third Edition.
9183: FENELON (Francois de Salignac de la Mothe): - Les Avantures de Telemaque, Fils d'Ulysse. Par seu Messire Francois de Salignac de la Mothe Fenelon.... Nouvelle Edition, Conforme au Manuscrit Original, Et enrichie de Figures en taille-douce.
7901: FENELON (Francois de Salignac de la Mothe): - The Adventures of Telemachus, The Son of Ulysses. By the Archbishop of Cambray. Translated into English by Mr. Des Maizeaux, F. R. S. Eighth Edition, Corrected.
4517: FENELON (Francois de Salignac de la Mothe): - The Adventures of Telemachus, The Son of Ulysses. In French and English. The Original carefully printed according to the best Editions of France and Holland, And the Translation, which is entirely new, revised by Mr Des Maizeaux.
5617: FENNING (Daniel): - The Universal Spelling Book. or a New and Easy Guide to the English Language: containing I. Tables of Words in one, two , three and four Syllables.... II. A very easy and rational Guide to English Grammar.... III. A Collection of nearly 5000 of the most useful Words.... IV. Alphabetical Copies, and Writing Pieces in Prose and Verse.... Lastly, Tables of Sovereigns of England since the Conquest.... Stereotype Edition.
8163: [FERENTILLI (Agostino)]: - [Primo Volume] Della Scielta di Stanze Di diuersi Autori Toscani, Raccolte, & nuouamente poste in luce da M. Agostino Ferentilli., Et da lui con diligenza riuste al Signor Francesco Gentile. Con licenza, & priuileglo.
10183: FERENTILLI (Agostino): - Discorso Universale di M. Agostino Ferentilli nel quale, Discorriendes, per le sei eta et le Quatro Monarchie si raccontano tutte l'Historie et l'origine di tutti gli imperii, Regni & Nationi, cominciano dal principio del mondo, fino all'annno MDLXIX. Nel Fine del quale si Mostro con diligente calcolo de'tempi, quanto havvia da durare il presente secolo, seguitando in cio l'opione di Elia Rabino, & di Lattantio Firmiano. Aggiuntiavi La Creatione del Mondo, Descritta da Fiole Hebreo< & tradotta dl medesimo Ferentilli. ConPrivilegio.
8157: FERGUSON (James): - The Art of drawing in Perspective made easy To those who have no previous Knowledge of the Mathematics. The Second Edition. Illustrated with Plates.
6664: FERGUSON (Hugh): - One View of Human Life Taken, and Reconciled by a Prospect of Heaven; Together with an Attempt towards the Right Direction of our Conduct for the attainment of that Certain, Glorious, and Happy State.
10163: FERGUSON (Adam): - Grundsätze der Moralphilosophie Uebersetzt und mit einigen Anmerkungen versehen von Christian Garve.
8964: FERRAR (Nicholas). TURNER (Francis). [MACDONOG (Terene Michael), editor]: - Brief Memoirs of Nicholas Ferrar, M. A. And Founder of Clare-Hall, Cambridge, Founder of a Protestant Religious Establishment at Little Giddings, Huntingdonshire; Collected from a Narrative by the Right Reverend Dr. Turner, Formerly Bishop of Ely; Now edited with Additions and Biographical Notices of some of Mr. Ferrar's Contemporaries. By a Clergyman of the Established Church.
7964: FERREIRA (Vicente): - Ordo Officii Divinie Recitandi. Sacrique Peragendi, Juxta Breviarum, Missaleque Romanum atque. Inedita specialia; Ad usum Patriarchiatus Olisponensis. Anno Domini 1480. Bissexto. Opera, et Studio Vincentii Ferrerii, Extinctae Congreg. Orator. Olispon. Calendaristae.
10008: [FERRIER (Susan Edmonstone)]: - The Inheritance. By the Author of Marriage.
9500: [?FIELDING (Sarah)]: - L'Orpheline Angloise, ou Histoire de Charlotte Summers, Imitée de l'Anglois d N. N**** par Mr Mr. de la Place.
8954: FIELDING (Henry): - Amelia.
6544: FIELDING (Henry): - The Beauties of Fielding: Carefully Selected from the Works of that Eminent Writer. To which is added Some Account of his Life.
8999: FIFE (John W.): - American Visit, 1947.
4728: FLEMING (Robert): - Discourses On several Subjects. The First containing a new Account of the Rise and Fall of the Papacy. The Second upon God's dwelling with Men. The Third concerning the Ministerial Office. The Fourth being a brief Account of Religion as it centers in the Lord Jesus Christ.
6474: FLETCHER (John): - A Vindication of the Rev. Mr. Wesley's Last Minutes: Occasioned by A circular, printed Letter. Inviting principal Persons, Both Clergy and Laity, as well of the Dissenters as of the established Church, Who disapprove of those Minutes, To oppose them in a Body, as a dreadful Heresy: and designed T removed Prejudice, check Rashness, promote Forbearance, defend the Character of an eminent Minister of Christ, and prevent some important scriptural Truths from being hastily branded as heretical. In Five Letters, To the Hon. and Rev. Author of the circular Letters. By a Lover of Quietness and Liberty of Conscience.
8743: FLEURY (Claude). CORDELL (Rev. Charles): - The Manners of the Israelites Wherein is seen the Model of a plain and honest Policy for the Government of States, And A Reformation of Manners. Translated from the French of the judicious and learned Abbé Fleury. By the Rev. Charles Cordell, Correspondent Member of the Royal Society of Scotch Antiquaries.
6668: FLEXMAN (Roger): - The Connexion and Harmony of Religion and Virtue delineated in the Character of Abraham. A Sermon Preached in St. Thomas's, Southwark, January 1, MDCCLII. For the Benefit of the Charity-School in Gravel-Lane, Southwark.
7577: FLORUS (Lucius Anneus): - Lucii Annæi Flori rerum Romanorum Libri IV, Ex Musæo Joh. Isaci Pontani. Accedunt Breves eiusdem Notæ atque observata, præsertim Politica.
7606: FLORUS (Lucius Annaeus): - L. Annaeus Florus Cl. Salmasius, addidet Lucium Ampelium e cod. ms. nunquam antehac editum.
6466: [?FOLWELL (Samuel)]: - Two 18th century or, more probably, early 19th century, oval, 220 x 150 mms., embroidered pictures of "Emma Corbett," heroine of the first English novel about the American Revolution.
8809: [FONTAINE (Nicholas)]: - An Abridgment of the History of the Old and New Testament, interspersed with Moral and Instructive Reflections chiefly out of The Holy Father. By J. Reeve
9630: FONTAINE - Le Petit La Fontaine
9245: FONTANA (Carlo): - Templum Vaticanum et Ipsius Origo Cum AEdificiis maxime conspicuis antiquitus, & recens ibidem constitutis; Editum ab equite Carolo Fontana Deputato ejusdem Templi Ministro, atque Architecto. Cum Indice Rerum notabilium ad calcem locupletissimo. Opus in Septem Libros Distributum, Latinisque literis consignatum a Joanne Jos. Bonnerue de S. Romain. Et dicatum Eminentissimus, ac Reverendisumus Dominus Cardinalibus Sacrae Congregationi R. Fabricae Divi Petrie Deputatis.
8610: FONTENELLE ( Bernard Le Bovier de): - Oeuvres Diverses. Nouveaux Dialogues des Mortes. Nouvelle Edition augmentee. AND: Entretiens sur la Pluralite des Mondes. Nouvelle Edition augmentee. AND: Histoire des Oracles. Nouvelle Edition augmentee. AND: Lettres Galantes de Monsieur le Chevalier d'Her***. Nouvelle Edition augmentee. AND: Poesies Pastorales. Avec un Traite sur la Nature de l'Eglogue, & une Digression sur les Anciens & les Modernes. Nouvelle Edition augmentee.
3090: [FORBES (Robert)]: - An Essay on the Nature of the Human Body, and the Singular Respect and Veneration shewn to it, After Death, among all People and Nations Whatsoever. In Consequence of which, on the Growing Evil Of profaning and defiling Kirks, and Kirkyards, And other Burying-Grounds. Occasionally interspersed with several Thoughts, little regarded now-a-days, though important and interesting. The whole Intended, for assisting the Judgment, and awakening the Attention, of all true Scotsmen, to guard the Sepulchres of their Forefathers, with Vigilance and Care, against all impious Attempts of Abuse and Pollution, particularly Alienation. By a ruling Elder of the Church of Scotland.
9241: FORE-EDGE PAINTING. [SCOTT (Walter)]: - Historical Romances of the Author Waverley. The Monastery.
4058: FORKEL (Johann Niklaus): - Allgemeine Geschichte der Musik.
8025: FORTEGUERRI (Nicolo), Bishop of Ancyra: - The First Canto of Ricciardetto Translated from the Italian of Forteguerri: with an introduction, concerning the principal romantic, burlesque, and mock-heroic poets; and notes, critical and philological. By Sylvester (Douglas) Lord Glenbervie.
7184: [FORTEGUERRI (Niccolo), Bishop of Ancyra]: - Ricciardetto di Niccolo Carteromaco.
8445: FOSTER (Sir Michael). DODSON (Michael): - The Life of Sir Michael Foster, Sometime one of the Judges of the Court of King's Bench and Record of Bristol. By his Nephew, The Late Micharel Dodson, Barrister at Law.
4062: FOSTER (James): - The Usefulness, Truth, and Excellency of the Christian Revelation defended Against the Objections contain'd in a late Book, intitled, Christianity as old as the Creation, &c.
7812: FOTHERGILL (John): - A Letter to a Friend in the Country, Relative to the Intended School, at Ackworth, in Yorkshire. The Second Edition, with Additions.
3443: FOULIS PRESS. SALLUST. - C. Crispi Sallustii Opera quae supersunt, Omnia. Ex Recensione Gottlieb Cortii.
8626: FOULIS PRESS. GRAY (Thomas): - Poems By Mr. Gray.
7402: FOULIS PRESS. - Poems by William Mason.
7403: FOULIS PRESS. PINDAR. - [Greek text]: Ta tou pindarou Sozomena. Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia. Pindari quae extant. Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia. Cum interpretatione Latina.
8383: FOULIS PRESS. PLINY II. - Caii Plinii Caecilii Secundi Opera Quae Supersunt; Omnia. Ad Fidem Optimarum Editionum Diligenter Expressa.
7482: FOULIS PRESS. ARISTOTLE. - Aristotelous peri kosmou, pros Alexandron. Aristotelis de Mundo liber, ad Alexandrum. Cum versione Latina Gulielmi Budaei.
7483: FOULIS PRESS. SALLUST. - C. Crispi Sallustii Opera quae supersunt, Omnia. Ex Recensione Gottlieb Cortii.
5778: FOULIS PRESS. BUTLER (Samuel): - Hudibras. In Three Parts. Written in the Time of the Late Wars. With Annotations, and a complete Index.
8834: FOULIS PRESS. VIRGIL. - Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, et Aeneis. Ex Edition Petri Burmanni.
8331: [FOULIS PRESS]. GAY (John): - Fables by the Late Mr. Gay. In Two Volumes.
8318: FOULIS PRESS. GUARINI (Battista): - Il Pastor Fido Tragicommedia Pastorale del Cavalier Gurarini.
7593: FOULIS PRESS. PLAUTUS. - Marci Accii Plauti Comoediae. Ex Editione Joh. Gronovii.
7401: FOULIS PRESS. GARTH (Samuel): - The Poetical Works of Sir Samuel Garth.
4191: FRANCKLIN (Thomas): - Sermons on the Relative Duties. The Fourth Edition.
8294: FRANSHAM (John). SAINT (William): - Memoirs of the Life, Character, Opinions, and Writing, of that Learned and Eccentric Man, The Late John Fransham, or Norwich.
7665: FREE (John): - Poems on Several Occasions, Formerly Written.... The Second Edition, With Additions of later Pieces; and an historical and critieal [sic] Account of the Origin and peculiar Nature of English Poetry, in a Letter to a Member of Parliament.
9680: FREND (William): - Evening Amusements; Or, The Beauty of the Heavens Displayed. In which Several Striking Appearances, to be observed on various Evenings in the Heavens, During the Year 1809 are described. And several Means are pointed out, by which the Time of Young Persons may be innocently, agreeably, and profitably employed within Doors. Intend to be Continues Annually.
8631: FRIEDLANDER (Herman): - Views in Italy, during A Journey in the Years 1815 and 1816. Published in in Leipzig 1819. 2 vols.
8539: [FRYER (George)], editor: - The Poetry of various Glees, Songs, &c. as performed at the Harmonists.
4696: FURNEAUX (Philip): - The Importance of Education. A Sermon preached at St. Thomas's, January 1. 1755. For the Benefit of the Charity-School in Gravel-Land, Southwark.
3909: GAINSBOROUGH. BELL (Mrs. Arthur): - Thomas Gainsborough A Record of his Life and Works. With Illustrations reproduced for the most part direct from the Original Paintings.
7224: [GALLY (Henry): - A Dissertation against pronouncing the Greek Language according to Accents.
7372: GARDINER (William): - Music and Friends; or, Pleasant Recollections of a Dilettante. In Two [Three] Volumes.
4153: GARRICK (David). MURPHY (Arthur): - The Life of David Garrick, Esq.
8397: GAY (John): - Fables. By the late Mr. Gay. The Seventh [Fifth]Edition.
8280: GAY (John). BARNETT (John): - The Beggar's Opera Arranged from a very Scarce Edition, the objectionable poetry altered and adapted to the Eye of the Most Fastidious, with New Symphonies and Accompaniments for the Paian Forte. By John Barnett, Composer to the Theatres Royal. National Library of Standard Music.
8619: GELLEROY (William): - The London Cook, or The whole Art of Cookery made easy and familiar. Containing A great Number of approved and practical Receipts in every Branch of Cooker. Viz. Chap. I. Of Soups, Broths and Gravy. II. Of Pancakes, Fritters, Possets, Tanseys, &c. III. Of Fish. IV. Of Boiling. V. Of Roasting. VI. Of Made-Dishes. VII. Of Poultry and Game. VII. Sauces for Poultry and Game. IX. Sauces for Butcher's Meat. &c. X. Of Puddings. XI. Of Pies, Custards, and Tarts. &c. XII. Of Sausages, Hogs-Puddings, &c. XIII. O Potting and Collaring. XIV. Of Pickles. XV. Of Creams, Jellies, &c. XVI. Of Made Wines. To which is prefixed, A large Copper-Plate, representing his Majesty's Table, with its proper Removes, as it was served at Guild-Hall, on the th of November last, being the Lord Mayor's Day, when His Majesty, and the Royal Family did the City the Honour to dine with them, and were highly pleased with their Entertainment.
8017: GELLERT (Christian Fürchtgott): - Fabelen en Vertelsels nederduitsche vaerzen gevolgd.
2767: [GENARD (Francois)]: - The School of Man. Translated from the French. To which is prefixed, A Key to the Satyrical Characters Interspersed in this Work.
4913: [GENARD (Francois)]: - The School of Man. Translated from the French. To which is prefixed, A Key to the Satyrical Characters Interspersed in this Work. The Second Edition
2098: GENLIS (Stephanie Felicite Ducrest de Saint Aubin, Marquise de Sillery: - La Religion consideree comme l'Unique Base du Bonheur et de la Veritable Philosophie....Nouvelle Edition, augmentee de quelques notes.
9185: GEORGE III. [PYE (Henry James)], inter alia. BROWNE (Josephus), editor: - Gratulatio Solennis Universitatis Oxoniensis ob Celsissimum Georgicum Fred. Aug. Walliae Principem Georgio III. et Charlottae Reginae Auspeicatssime Natum.
3834: GEORGE IV. WILKINS (W. H.): - Mrs. Fitzherbert and George IV.
4994: GEORGE II. - Letters In the Original, with Translations, and Messages, That passed between the King, Queen, Prince, and Princess of Wales; on Occasion of the Birth of the young Prnicess.
9393: GERARD (Alexander): - An Essay on Genius.
10128: GERVASONI (Carlo): - Nuova Teoria di Musica Ricavata dall' Odierna Pratica, ossia Metodo Sicuro e Facile in Pratica per ben Apprendere la M0usica, a cui si fanno precedere varie Notizie storico-musicali.
8197: GESSI (Berlingiero), inter alia: - La Spada di Honore Libro Primo [ - Ottava]. Delle Osseruazioni Caualeresche del Senator Berlingiero Gessi. All' Altezza Serenissima di Cosimo III. Gran Duca di Toscana.
7063: GESSNER (Salomon): - Oeuvres de Salomon Gessner Traduits de l'Allemand.
1730: GESSNER (Solomon): - The Works of Solomon Gessner, Translated from the German. With some Account of His Life and Writings.
5328: GIBBON (Edward). YOUNG (G. M.): - Gibbon.
5279: GIBBON (Edward). JESSE (William): - Lectures supposed to have been delivered by the Author of A View of the Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion [i. e., Soame Jenyns], to a Select Company of Friends. Dedicated to Edward Gibbon, Esq.
5280: GIBBON (Edward). MILLER (Samuel): - Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century... Containing A Sketch of the Revolutions and Improvements in Science, Arts, and Literature, during that period.
5281: GIBBON (Edward). MILMAN (H. H.): - The Life of Edward Gibbon, Esq. With Selections from his Correspondence, and Illustrations.
5285: GIBBON (Edward). PORTEUS (Beilby): - Tracts on Various Subjects. All of which have been Published Separately before; and are now first collected into One Volume.
5261: GIBBON (Edward): - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Edition, in Twelve Volumes.
5262: GIBBON (Edward): - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Edition.
5266: GIBBON (Edward): - History of the Saracen Empire. [And] History of the Saracens, by Simon Ockley.
9639: GIBBON (Edward): - Historia om romerska kejardonets aftagande och fall, af Eduard Gibbon, esq:r, Oafversatting af C. G. Wadstrom och J. F. Hedblad.
6064: GIBBON (Edward): - Gibbon's History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, in Six Volumes, Quarto, Abridged in Two Volumes, Octavo.
9892: GIBBON (Edward): - An Essay on the Study of Literature. Written Originally in French...Now first translated into English.
5260: GIBBON (Edward): - The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. A New Edition.
5291: GIBBON (Edward). WATSON (Richard): - An Apology for Christianity, in A Series of Letters, addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq. Author of the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. Second Edition.
5293: GIBBON (Edward). WATSON (Richard): - An Apology for Christianity. In A Series of Letters, Addressed to Edward Gibbon, Esq; Author of the History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire. The Sixth Edition.
5307: GIBBON (Edward). DE BEER (Sir Gavin): - Gibbon and his world.
5316: GIBBON (Edward). GROOM (Bernard): - The Autobiography of Edward Gibbon.
5317: GIBBON (Edward). JOYCE (Michael): - Edward Gibbon. Men and Books.
5320: GIBBON (Edward). MILMAN (Rev. H. H.): - The Life of Edward Gibbon, Esq. With Selections from his Correspondence.
5321: GIBBON (Edward). MORISON (James Cotter): - Gibbon. (English Men of Letters).
5322: GIBBON (Edward). MOWAT (R. B.): - Gibbon.
5324: GIBBON (Edward). PELIKAN (Jaroslav): - The Excellent Empire: The Fall of Rome And the Triumph of the Church.
5326: GIBBON (Edward). SWAIN (Joseph Ward): - Edward Gibbon The Historian.
5327: GIBBON (Edward). TICKNER (F. W.), editor: - Gibbon's Story of Constantinople from "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire."
5308: GIBBON (Edward). FUGLUM (Per): - Edward Gibbon: His View of Life and Conception of History. Oslo Studies in English, Publications of the British Institute in the University of Oslo.
5311: GIBBON (Edward): - Gibbon's Journal to January 28th, 1763. My Journal, I, II & III and Ephemerides. With Introductory Essays by D. M. Low.
5312: GIBBON (Edward): - Gibbon's Journey from Geneva to Rome. His Journal from 20 April to 2 October 1764. Edited by Georges A. Bonnard.
5315: GIBBON (Edward): - The Memoirs of the Life of Edward Gibbon. With Various Observations and Excursions by Himself. Edited by George Birkbeck Hill.
3916: [GIBSON (Edmund)]. - A Plea for Divine Revelation: In Answer to a Letter to the Right Reverend Lord Bishop of London, called, A Plea for Human Reason.
7808: GILBERT (Sir Jeffray): - The Law and Practice of Distress and Replevin, by the late Lord Chief Baron Gilbert. To which is added An Appendix of Precedents. The Third Edition, with Considerable Additions, Taken from former and later Reports, and other Books of Authority; And full Practical Directions, from the Seizure of the Distress to the Sale and Suing a Replevin. By William Hunt, of Lincoln's Inn.
3481: [GILES (William)]: - The Guide to Domestic Happiness. The Second American, from the Fifth London Edition. [AND]: The Refuge. The Seventh Edition.
9397: GILES (William): - The Guide to Domestic Happiness. In a Series of Letters. The Second Edition, Considerably Enlarged.
6475: GILLIES (John): - A Catechism upon the Sufferings of the Redeemer. Compiled for the Use of Young Communicants.
7383: GILLINGWATER (Edmund): - An Historical and Descriptive Account of St. Edmund's Bury, In the County of Suffolk: Comprising an ample Detail of the Origin, Dissolution, and Venerable Remains of the Abbey, and Other Places of Antiquity in that Ancient Town.
6424: GILPIN (William): - An Essay on Prints. Third Edition.
9685: [GILPIN (Joshua)]: - A Monument of Parental Affection for a Dear and Only Son.
9807: [GILPIN (William)]: - Three Dialogues on the Amusements of Clergymen.
5799: GILSON (David): - Sermons on Practical Subjects.
10154: GIN. HOTELS. - The Publick-House-Keeper's Monitor: Being a Serious Admonition to the Masters and Mistresses of those, commonly called Publick-Houses, of what Kind or Denomination soever. The Third Edition.
6369: GINGLE (Jacob): - The Oxford Sermon Versified.
4712: GIOJA (Melchiorre): - Filosofia della Statistica. Colle Notizie Storiche sulla Vita e sulle Opere dell'Autore. Volume Unico.
6622: GIOVIO (Paolo): - Le vite dei dodeci Visconti che signoreggiarono Milano Descritte da Monsignor Paolo Giovio Vescovo di Nocera tradotte da Lodovico Domenichi. Et in quest' ultima Impressione accresciute de gl' Argomenti à caiscuna d'esse Vite, con le annotationi nel margine, & Tauola copiosissima. Abbellite delle ver Effigie d'essi Principi, dedicate all'illustmo. et revermo Monsigr. Honorato Visconti Arcivescovo di Larissa.
10186: GIOVIO (Paulo): - Dialogo dell' Imprese Militari et Amorose Di Monsignor Giouio Vescouo di Nocera. Et del S. Gabriel Symeoni Fiorentino. Con un ragionamento di M. Lodovico Domenichi, nel medesimo fogetto. Con la Tavola.
1431: GIRARD (Gabriel): - Synonymes Francois, Leurs differentes significations, & le choix qu'il en faut fair pour parler avec justeste. Et Traite de la Prosodie Francoise, Par M l'Abbe d'Olivet. Nouvelle Edition.
2145: GISBORNE (Thomas): - Sermons.
2770: GISBORNE (Thomas): - An Enquiry into the Duties of Men in the Higher and Middle Classes of Society in Great Britain, resulting from their respective stations, professions, and employments. The Fifth Edition, Corrected.
2772: GISBORNE (Thomas): - An Enquiry into the Duties of the Female Sex. The Fourth Edition, corrected.
5146: GISBORNE (Thomas): - Eglur Olygiad or Grefydd Gristionogol, ac o Hanesiaeth (Histori) Cyn belled ag y perthyn i ddechreuad Chrstionogaeth, ac i'w cchynyddiad hyd yr amser presenol. Newydd ei Gyfieithu Alln o waith Saesnaeg Thomas Gisborne.
8543: GLASGOW LITERARY SAMMELBAND. - Elegies. Moral and Sentimental. Published Nov.r 30, 1807, by George Nicholson, Poughnill, near Ludlow
7932: [GLASSE (Hannah)]: - The Art of Cookery, made Plain and Easy; Which far excels any Thing of the Kind yet published. Containing, I. How to Roast and Boil to Perfection every Thing necessary to be sent up to Table. II. Of Made-dishes. III. How expensive a French Cook's Sauce is. IV. To make a Number of pretty little Dishes for a Supper or Side-dish, and little Corner-dishes for a great Table. V. To dress Fish. VI. Of Soops [sic] and Broths. VII. Of Puddings. VIII. Of Pies. IX. For a Lent Dinner; a Number of good Dishes, which you may make use of at any other Time. X. Directions to prepare proper Food for the Sick. XI. For Captains of Ships; how to make all useful Things for a Voyage; and setting out a Table on board a Ship. XII. Of Hogs-Puddings, Sausages, &c. XIII. To pot and make Hams, &c. XIV. Of Pickling. XV. Of making Cakes, &c. XVI. Of Cheese-cakes, Creams, Jellies, Whip-Syllabubs, &c. XVII. Of made Wines, brewing, French Bread, Muffins, &c. XVIII. Jarring Cherries and Preserves, &c. XIX. To make Anchovies, Vermicella, Catchup, Vinegar, and to keep Artichokes, French Beans, &c. XX. Of Distilling. XXI. How to Market; the Seasons of the Year for Butchers Meat, Poultry, Fish, Herbs, Roots, and Fruit. XXII. A certain Cure for the Bite of a mad Dog. By Dr. Mead. XXIII. A Receipt to keep clear from Buggs. To which are added, By way of Appendix, One hundred and fifty New and Useful Receipts, And a Copious Index. By a Lady. The Ninth Edition.
9004: GLASSE (Samuel): - A Course of Lectures on the Holy Festivals; with practical remarks on each, and Exhortations to a more Devout and Solemn Observance of them.
7785: GLEES. - The Harmonist. A Select Collection of Ancient & Modern Glees, Catches, Canons, Epigrams Most respectfully Inscribed to the Gentlemen of the Catch & Glee Clubs of Great Britain & Ireland. By their most Devoted & Obt. Servt. The Editor.
4731: GLOVER (Richard): - The Substance of the Evidence of the Petition Presented by the West-India Planters and Merchants to the Hon. House of Commons As it was introduc'd at the Bar, and summed up by Mr. Glover On Thursday the 16th of March, 1775.
10157: [GLOVER (Richard)]: - The Athenaid, A Poem, by the Author of Leonidas.
6553: [GLOVER (Richard)]: - Leonidas, A Poem.
9919: [GLOVER (Richard)]: - Leonidas. A Poem. The Third Editon.
8922: GLUCK (Christoph Willibald) and GUILLARD (Nicolas-François ): - Iphiginie en Tauride.
10076: GODFRIDUS. - The Knowledge of Things Unknown. Shewing the Effects of the Planets and other Astronomical Constellations. With the strange Events that befale Men, Wome, and Children, born under them. Together with the Husbandman's Practice: Or, Prognostication for Ever; as teacheth Albert, Alkind, Ptolemy. With the Shephard's Prognostication ofr the Weather, and Pythagoras his Wheel of Fortune.
9849: GODWIN (William): - Things as they are; or, the Adventures of Caleb Williams. In Three Volumes. The Third Edition, Corrected.
6835: GOLDNEY (Edward): - A Friendly Epistle to the Deists, and A Rational Prayer recommended to them. In order for their Conversion to the Christian Religion. Humbly Dedicated to his Most Excellent Majesty, King George.
4286: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Beauties of Goldsmith: or, the Moral and Sentimental Treasury of Genius.
8069: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - Essays and Criticisms, By Dr. Goldsmith; With An Account of the Author.
9742: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Vicar of Wakefield: A Tale. Supposed to be written by Himself. The Second Edition.
9657: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Poems of Oliver Goldsmith Embellished with Engravings from the Designs of Ricdhd. Westall, R. A. The Traveller, The Deserted Villag,and Other Poems
8039: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Life of Richard Nash, of Bath, Esq; Extracted from His Original Papers.
6367: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - An History of England, In a Series of Letters from a Nobleman to his Son.
6931: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Vicar of Wakefield. A Tale. By Dr. Goldsmith. Embellished with Wood Cuts, by T. Bewick.
10118: [GOLDSMITH (Oliver)]: - The Citizen of the World; or Letters from a Chinese Philosopher, Residing in London, to his Friends in the East.
1393: GOLDSMITH (Oliver): - The Deserted Village, A Poem. The Eighth Edition.
9492: GORE (Mrs.): - The Dowager. A Novel.
9520: [GORE (Catherine Grace Frances), Mrs.]: - The Fair of May Fair. The Flirt of Ten Seasons. The Separate Maintenance. Hearts and Diamonds. A Divorcée. My Grand-Daughter. The Special License.
3083: GRAHAM (William): - Idealism: An Essay, Metaphysical and Critical.
3744: GRAHAM (Henry Grey): - Scottish Men of Letters in the Eighteenth Century.
8203: GRAHAME (James): - Poems by James Grahame. In Two Volumes.
9798: GRANADA (Luis de): - The Sinners Guide, Containing a Full and Ample Exhortation to the Pursuit of Virtue; With Instructions and Directions How to become Virtuous. Written Originally in Spanish, by the Reverend Father Lewis of Granada, Provincial of the Order of S. Dominjick, in the Province of Portugal.
6138: GRASSINEAU (James): - A Musical Dictionary; Being a Collections of Terms and Characters, As well Ancient as Modern; Including the Historical, Theoretical, and Practical Parts of Music: As also, an Explanation of some Parts of the Doctrine of the Antients; Interspersed with Remarks on their Method and Practice, and curious Observations on the Phaenomena of Sound Mathematically considered, As it's Relations and Proportions constitute Intervals, And those again Concords and Discords. The whole carefully abstracted from the best Authors in the Greek, Latin, Italian, French, and English Languages.
10137: GRASSINEAU (James): - A Musical Dictionary; Being a Collections of Terms and Characters, As well Ancient as Modern; Including the Historical, Theoretical, and Practical Parts of Music: As also, an Explanation of some Parts of the Doctrine of the Antients; Interspersed with Remarks on their Method and Practice, and curious Observations on the Phaenomena of Sound Mathematically considered, As it's Relations and Proportions constitute Intervals, And those again Concords and Discords. The whole carefully abstracted from the best Authors in the Greek, Latin, Italian, French, and English Languages.
7986: GRAY (Thomas): - Poems by Mr. Gray.
5727: GRAY (Thomas): - The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are added Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason.
3454: GRAY (Thomas): - The Works of Thomas Gray; Including the Poems, with Critical Notes; a Life of the Author; and an Essay on his Poetry; By the Rev. John Mitford.
7103: GRAY (Thomas). MASON (William), editor: - The Poems of Mr. Gray. To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life and Writings by W. Mason, M. A.
9662: GRAY (Thomas): - Poems by Mr. Gray. A New Edition.
3739: GREEN (Thomas Hill). FAIRBROTHER (W. H.): - The Philosophy of Thomas Hill Green.
9253: [GREEN (Thomas)], editor: - Emblems for the Entertainment and Improvement of Youth: Containing Hieroglyphical and Enigmatical Devices, relating to all Parts and Stations of Life; Together with Explanations and Proverbs in French, Spanish,Italian, and Latin, alluding to them and Translated into English: The whole curiously Engrav'd on 62 Cooper Plates.
8219: GREENWELL (Dora): - Broadside poem "The Levee en Masse."
7125: GREENWOOD (James): - The London Vocabulary, English and Latin: Put into a New Method, proper to acquaint the Learner with Things as well as pure Latin Words. Adorned with Twenty-six Pictures. For the Use of Schools. The Twentieth Edition.
9455: GREGORY (John Mack): - An Account of the Sepulchers [sic] of the Antients, And a Description of their Monuments, from the Creation of the World, and from Thence to the Destruction of Jerusalem, In Two Parts: The First Comprehending Those that are in Asia, and the Second Those in Africa...The Whole Containing several Geographical and Historical Remarks...
9973: GRESWELL (William Parr), translator: - Memoirs of Angelus Politianus, Actius Sincerus Sannazarius, Petrus Bembus, Hieronymus Fracastorius, Marcus Antonius Flaminius, and the Amalthei: Translations from their Poetical Works; and Notes & Observations concerning other literary characters of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
4812: GROTIUS (Hugo): - De Veritate Religionis Christianae. Cum Notulis Joannis Clerici; Accesserunt ejusdem.... Editio novissima, ex collatione optimorum exemplarium emendata.
3158: GROTIUS (Hugo): - The Truth of the Christian Religion. In Six Books. Corrected and Illustrated with Notes, By Mr. Le Clerc. To which is added, A Seventh Book, Concerning this Question, What Christian Church we ought to join ourselves to? By the said Mr. le Clerc. The Fifth Edition, with Additions: Particularly one whole Book of Mr. Le Clerc's, against Indifference of what Religion a Man is of. Done into English by John Clarke, D. D., Dean of Sarum.
8380: GROTIUS (Hugo): - The Truth of the Christian Religion. In Six Books. Corrected and Illustrated with Notes, By Mr. Le Clerc. To which is added, A Seventh Book, Concerning this Question, What Christian Church we ought to join ourselves to? By the said Mr. le Clerc. The Sixth Edition, with Additions: Particularly one whole Book of Mr. Le Clerc's, against Indifference of what Religion a Man is of. Done into English by John Clarke, D. D., Dean of Sarum.
6977: GROTIUS (Hugo): - The Truth of the Christian Religion. In Six Books. Corrected and Illustrated with Notes, By Mr. Le Clerc. Translated by John Clarke, D. D. Dean of Sarum. The Eighth Edition.
4427: GROVE (Henry): - Some Thoughts Concerning the Proofs of a Future State, From Reason. Occasioned by a Discourse Of the Revd. Mr. Joseph Hallett, junr. on the same Subject.
8903: GUEVARA (Antonio de): - Libro Llamado Menosprecio de Corte y alabanza de aldea, Compuesto por el illustre senor don Antonio de Gueuara, Oblispo de Mondonedo, predicador, chronista, y del confejo de su Magestad. De nouueau mis en françois par L.T.L. auqel auons adiousté l'italien ... ; Pour plus grand enrichissement de cest oeuure, y ont esté adioustés les vers françois de Euesques de Meaux & de Cambray, & les latins de N. de Clemeges Docteuren Theologique, sur la grande disparité de la vie rustique auec celle de cour.
9390: GURNEY (Rev.William): - The Nosegay, Rector of St Clement Danes Formerly Chaplain to his Royal Highness the late Duke of Kent.
8111: GWYTHER (James), Rev.: - Evangelical Preaching. An address delivered in Nether Chapel, Sheffield, on October 10th, 1836, at the Autumnal Meeting of the Congregational Union of England and Wales. By the Rev. James Gwyther, of Manchester,
8705: HACK (Maria): - Lectures at Home. Second Edition.
10011: HAEFTEN (Benedictus van): - Schola Cordis sive, Aversi à DeoCcordis ad eumdem reductio, et instructie. Auctore D. Benedicto Haefteno Ultraicctino, Reformati monast. Assiggenicensis, Ordinis S. B.enedicti, Praeposito.
3045: HAGGARD (Lieutenant-Colonel) Andrew C. P. - The Amours of Henri de Navarre and of Marguerite de Valois. With Photogravure Frontispiece and Numerous Illustrations.
8130: HALE (Thomas): - Social Harmony. Consisting of a Collection of Songs and Catches, In two, three, four and five Parts. From the Works of the most eminent Masters. To which are added Social Choice Songs on Masonry.
9713: HALES (John): - A Discourse of the Several Dignities and Corruptions of Man's Nature Since the Fall.
7144: HALL (Samuel Carter): - Book of Gems The Poets and Artists of Great Britain. Edited by S. C. Hall. [ 2 volumes]. The Modern Poets and Artists of Great Britain. [1 volume].
3366: HALLER (Albrecht von), Baron: - Letters from Baron Haller to his Daughter, On the Truths of the Christian Religion. Translated from the German. The Second Edition, Corrected.
9047: [HALSEY (Tappen): - A Little Travel.
4856: HAMILTON (Sir William): - Discussions on Philosophy and Literature, Education and University Reform. Chiefly from The Edinburgh Review; Corrected, Vindicated, Enlarged, in Notes and Appendices.
4449: HAMILTON (Elizabeth): - Letters on Education. [AND]: Letters on the Elementary Principles of Education. Vol. II.
7342: HAMILTON (Anthony), Count. WALPOLE (Horace): - Memoires du Comte de Grammont, Par Monsieur le Comte Antoine Hamilton. Nouvelle Edition,s Augmentée de Notes & d'Eclaircissemens necessaires....
5102: [HAMMOND (James)]: - Love Elegies Written in the Year 1732. The Sixth Edition.
8477: HAMMOND (Henry): - [Seven Sermons] Of Conscience. Of Scandall. Of Will-Worship. Of Supersition. Of Idolatry [Oxford, Printed by Henry Hall, Printers to the Universities, 1646]. Of Sinnes of Weakness, Wilfilnesse: And appendant to it, A Paraphrasticall explication of two difficult Tex, Heb. and Heb. 10. Of a Late, or Death-Bed Repentance.
7602: HANCOCK (Thomas), M. D.: - The Principles of Peace exemplified in the conduct of the Society of Friends in Ireland. During the Rebellion of the Year 1798; with some preliminary and concluding observations.
7417: HANDEL (George Frderic): - The Beauties of Handel In Three Volumes. Consisting of upwards of One Hundred & fifty of his most favorite Songs, Duetts & Trios. Selected from the Various Works of this great Master, arranged with a separate Accompaniment for the Piano Forte, and figured from the m. S. Scores of the Author by Jos. Corfe.
8714: HANDS (The Most Eminent): - The Altar of Love: Or, the Whole Art of Kissing In all its Varieties. Consisting of Poems, And other Miscellanies. By the most eminent Hands. Now first collected into a Volume. The Third Edition.
9926: HANDS (Several): - The Court of Atalantis. Containing, A Four Years History of that Famous Island, Political and Gallant; Intermixt with Fables and Epistles in Verse and Prose. By Several Hands.
8986: HANWAY (Jonas). Mandeville (Sir John). Water (Lionel): - A Compendium of the Travels of Mr. Hanway, Sir John Mandeville. And Mr. Lionel Wafer, and a Description of Greenland.
2679: HARPER (Robert Goodloe): - Observations on the Dispute between the United States and France. To his Constituents, in May, 1797. Third Edition.
3621: HARRIS (James): - Philosophical Arrangements.
9443: HARRIS (William): - A Selection of Poems.
8499: HARRIS (James): - Philological Inquiries.
3269: HARRIS (William): - An Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of James the First, King of Great Britain. After the Manner of Mr. Bayle. Drawn from Original Writers and State-Papers.
8771: HARRIS (James): - Three Treatises. The First Concerning Art. The Second Concerning Music, Painting, and Poetry. The Third Concerning Happiness.
5600: [HARTE (Walter)]: - An Essay on Reason The Second Edition.
8913: HATTON (Edward): - Comes Commercii, Or the Trader's Companion. Containing I. An exact and useful table, shewing the value of any quantity of goods or wares ready cast up, more adapted to merchants use than any other extant; which is demonstrated by 1[4?] examples relating chiefly to buying and selling; with several new additions and improvements. II. A table calculated for universal use, which use is shewn in the solution of questions, in multiplication, division, reduction, merchandising, and measuring all kind of superficies and solids, or gauging vessels and casks, [rendered?] perfect and compleat. III. The manner of casting up dimensions in general, whether the same be taken in inches, feet and inches, yards, perches, &c. and how to give the answer by reduction, duo-decimals, or decimals, plainly and exactly. IV. The several customs used by surveyors and measurers, in measuring glass, wainscot, painting, plaistering, flooring, tyling, partitioning, brick, or stone-work, &c. and the common rate of such work by the rod, yard, foot, &c. V. Instructions for entering goods at the customhouse, inward, outward, and by certificate; with several material clauses in such statutes as relate to exportation and importation. VI. Concerning water-side business, and the constitution of the keys, wharfs, porters.... To which is added, a supplement concerning Simple and Compound Interest, with Tables thereof at Three, Three and a half, Four, Five, &c. per cent. and the Use and Manner of calculating the same; and to make up Accompts of Mortgages, where the mortgagee has received Rent, &c. The whole adapted to the use of merchants and Traders, Lawyers, Surveyors, and Measurers of Building, &c. By Edward Hatton, Gent. The 12th Edition, wih large Additions. Accurately Revised, Corrected, Improve, and Augmented, by W. Hume. Philomath,
1153: HATTON (Joseph): - Cigarette Papers for After-Dinner Smoking. With Eighty Illustrations By E. Raven Hill, A. J. Finberg, J. L. Sclanders, and John Wallace.
5593: HATTON (Thomas): - An Introduction to the Mechanical Part of Clock and Watch Work. In Two Parts. Containing all the Arithmetical and Geometry Necessary, with their Particular Applications in the said Branches. A Work very useful for the Working Mechanic, or Gentlemen Mechanically Inclined. Illustrated by Eighteenth Copper-Plates, Geometrically Drawn for the Use of the Trade.
9163: HAWKER (Robert Stephen) - Ecclesia: A Volume of Poems, by the Rev. R. S. Hawker, M. A.
9915: [HAWKESWORTH (John)]: - Almoran and Hamet: An Oriental Tale.
5396: HAWKINS (Sir John): - A General History of the Science and Practice of Music.
9851: HAWKINS (Thomas): - The Origin of the English Drama Illustrated In Its Various Species, Viz. Mystery, Morality, Tragedy, And Comedy, By Specimens From Our Earliest Writers: With Explanatory Notes. By Thomas Hawkins, M. A. of Magdalen College, Oxford.
1406: HAWNEY (William): - The Complete Measurer; Or, The Whole Art of Measuring. In Two Parts. The First Part teaching Decimal Arithmetic, with the Extraction of the Square and Cube Roots. And Also the Multiplication of Feet and Inches.... The Second Part teaching to Measure all Sorts of Superficies and Solids, by Decimals...Also the Works of several Artificers, relating to Building...And some Practical Questions. The Sixth Edition. To which is added, An Appendix, I. Of Gauging. 2. Of Land-Measuring....
4490: HAYDN (Joseph). SEEBURG (Franz von): - Joseph Haydn. Scenes de la Vie d'un Grand Artiste. Traduit de Franz Seebourg par J. de Rochay. Deuxieme Edition.
9232: HAYDN (Joseph). ). LANDON (Howard Chandler Robbins): - Haydn: Chronicle and Works.
7624: HAYLEY (William): - An Essay on History; In Three Epistles To Edward Gibbon, Esq. With Notes.
2476: [HAYLEY (William)]: - Epistle to a Friend, on the Death of John Thornton, Esq. By the Author of "An Epistle to an Eminent Painter." The Second Edition, Corrected.
6111: HAYLEY (William): - An Essay on Painting: In Two Epistles to Mr. Romney. The Third Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
5134: [HAYLEY (William)]: - Essai Satirique et Amusant sur les Vielles Filles. Traduit de l'Anglois par M. Sibille.
5135: HAYTER (Thomas): - Remarks on Mr. Hume's Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion. With a New Introduction....
2956: HAZLITT (William): - Table Talk. Essays on Men and Manners. A New Edition edited by William Carew Hazlitt. First [and Second] Series.
9290: HAZLITT (William): - Liber Amoris: Or, The new Pygmalion.
2785: [HEATH (Benjamin)]: - A Revisal of Shakespear's Text, wherein The Alterations introduced into it by the modern Editors and Critics, are particularly considered.
7760: van HEEMSKERCK (Egbert): - "Alas! poor Whore thou art fairly trap'd/ Tho by the Spark so sweetly Lap'd" "And for thy midnight Vice and Folly/ Your Fate is now to mill your Dolly./ Thy Bully, who cou'd huff before./ Now poorly sneaks behind the Door:/ Whilst Madam Bawd is all intent/ T'extort more Money than was spent."
7617: HEINECCIUS (Johann Gottlieb): - Elementa Juris Civilis secundum Ordinem Institutionum. Commoda Auditoribus Methodo adornat a Jo. Gottl. Heineccio, IC. Editio Octava. Emendatior et Indicibus Necessariis Aucta.
1473: [HELPS (Arthur)]: - Friends in Council: A Series of Readings and Discourses Thereon. A New Series. The Second Edition.
7130: HELVETIUS (Claude Adrien): - OEuvres Completes de M. Helvetius.
7723: HEMANS (Felicia): - Songs of the Affections, With Other Poems.
10003: HENDERSON (Alexander Farquharson): - The History of Ancient and Modern Wines.
9870: HERBERT (George): - The Remains of that Sweet Singer of the Temple George Herbert.
8900: HERODOTUS. TAYLOR (Isaac): - Herodotus, Translated from the Greek, for the Use of General Readers; With Short Explanatory Notes.
9197: HERODOTUS. - ???d?t?? ????a???ss??? ?st????? ????? ? ep???af?µe??? ???sa?. Herodoti Halicarnassei Historiarum Libri IX. Musarum nominibus inscripti. Gr. et Lat. ex Laur. Vallae interpretatione, cum adnotationibus Thomae Galei et Iacobi Gronovii. Editionem curavit et suas itemque Lud. Casp. Valckenarii notas adiecit Petrus Wesselingius. Accedunt praeter vitam Homeri varia ex priscis scriptoribus de Persis, Aegyptiis, Nilo, Indisque excerpta et praesertim ex Ctesia.
7868: HERRENSCHMID (Jacobus): - Peripatheticus Orgiorum Ethnico-Pontificius Iuste castigatus, iustius profligatus, iustissime condemnatus. Hoc est, Brevis Dissertatiuncula, De Bacchanaliorum Nomine, Origine, Progressu, Placentis, Larvis, excusationibus, exemplis, poenis, ludis, choreis, Symposiis, ludibriis &c.
3410: HERVEY (James): - A Collection of Letters, by the late Reverend James Hervey.
4556: HERVEY (James): - A Collection of Letters.
4537: HERVEY (James): - Meditations and Contemplations. Containing, Meditations among the Tombs...The Twenty-First Edition.
4359: HERVEY (James): - A Collection of the Letters of the late Reverend James Hervey, A. M. To which is prefixed, An Account of his Life and Death. In Two Volumes. [AND]: Eleven Letters from the late Rev. Mr. Hervey, to the Rev. Mr. John Wesley; Containing An Answer to that Gentleman's Remarks on Theron and Aspasio. Published form the Author's Manuscript, Left in the Possession of his Brother W. Hervey. With A Preface, Shewing the Reason of their now being published.
9776: HESIUS (Gulielmus): - Emblemata Sacra de Fide, Spe, Charitate.
8939: HETRICK (Robert): - Poems & Songs by Robert Hetrick, Dalmellington.
9087: HEWLETT (Esther): - The Old Man's Head: Or, Youthful Recollections. With Copper Plates.
8535: HEY (Enoch Henry): - Free Breathings of Poetry; Entered at Stationers' Hall.
6550: HICKEY (William): - Memoirs of William Hickey. Edited by Alfred Spencer.
9007: HICKLIN (John): - Roberts' Chester Guide; With Forty-Six Engravings and an Illustrated Plan of the City, Revised by John HicKlin.
9588: HIGFORD (William): - Institutions: Or, Advice to His Grandson, In Three Parts. By William Higford, Esq. London: 1658.
6227: HIGGINS (W. Mullinger): - The Philosophy of Sound, and History of Music.
6501: HILL (Brian), Rev.: - Henry and Acasto: A Moral Tale. In Three Parts. Dedicated, by Permission, To the Right Honourable Lady Kenyon.
10042: [HILL (John)]: - Observations on the Greek and Roman Classics. In a Series of Letters to a Young Nobleman. Now published for the use of Gentlemen at the University, and those who my have Occasion to speak in Public. To which are added, Remarks on the Italian Language and Writers. In a Letter from M. Joseph Baretti to an English Gentleman at Turin, written in the Year 1751.
6086: HILL (Rowland): - Journal Through the North of England and Parts of Scotland. With Remarks on the Present State of the Established Church of Scotland, And the different Secessions therefrom. Together with Reflections on some Party Distinctions in England; shewing the origin of these disputes, and the causes of their separations. Designed to promote Brotherly Love and Forbearance among Christians of All Denominations. Also Some Remarks on the Propriety of what is called Lay and Itinerant Preaching.
5639: [HOADLY (Benjamin)]: - An Enquiry into the Reasons of the Conduct of Great Britain, With Relation to the Present State of Affairs in Europe.
8468: HOARE (Clement): - A Practical Treatise on the Cultivation of The Grape Vine on Open Walls. Third Edition.
9693: HOBDAY (Capt. E. A. P., R. A.): - Bluebeard; or Fickle Famita and the Fatal Key, An Old Story Re-Written and Adapted as A Burlesque Opera, In Four Acts.
3179: HODGSON (Christopher): - An Account of the Augmentation of Small Livings, by "The Governors of the Bounty of Queen Anne, for the Augmentation of the Maintenance of the Poor Clergy," and of Benefactions by Corporate Bodies and Individuals, to the End of the Year 1825; Also the Charters, Rules, and Acts of Parliament, by which the Proceedings of the Governors are regulated. To which are Prefixed Practical Instructions for the use of Incumbents and Patrons of Augmented Livings, and of other Interested Parties, On various Subjects relating to Queen Anne's Bounty.
8171: HOGARTH (George): - Memoirs of the Musical Drama.
3393: HOLDER (William): - A Treatise of the Natural Grounds, and Principles, of Harmony. To which is Added, by way of Appendix: Rules for Playing a Thorow-Bass; with Variety of Proper Lessons, Fuges, and Examples to Explain the said Rules. Also Directions for Tuning an Harpsichord or Spinnet. By the late Mr. Godfrey Keller. With several new Examples, which before were wanting, the better to explain some Passages in the former Impressions. The whole being Revis'd, and Corrected from many gross Mistakes committed in the first Publication of these Rules.
7615: HOLDER (William): - A Discourse Concerning Time, With Application of The Natural Day, and Lunar Month, and Solar Year, as Natural; And of such as are derived from them, As Artificial Parts of Time, for Measures in Civil and Common Use: For the better understanding of The Julian Year and Calendar. The First Column also in our Church-Calendar explained. With other Incidental Remarks.
6397: [HOLDSWORTH (Edward)]: - Muscipula sive Cambro-muo-maxia.
10016: HOLLAND (Mary): - The Complete Economical Cook, and Frugal Housewife; and Entire New System of Domestic Cookery, containing approved directions fo Purchasing, Preserving, and Cooking. Also, Trussing & Carving; preparing Soups, Gravies, Sauces, Made Dishes, Potting, Pickling, &c. Likewise the Art of Marking British Wines,, Brewing, Baking, Gardening, &c. By Mrs. Mary Holland, Professed Cook. The Sixth Edition.
8709: HOLLOWAY (William): - The Minor Minstrel; or, Poetical Pieces, chiefly familiar and descriptive.
9865: [HOLMES (Edward)]: - A Ramble among The Musicians of Germany. Giving some Account of the Operas of Munich, Desden, Berlin, &c. with remarks upon the Church Music, Singers, Performers, and Composers; and a Same of the Pleasures and Inconveniences that await the Lover of Art on a Similar Excursion. By a Musical Professor.
6716: HOLMES (Edward): - The Life of Mozart, Including his Correspondence.
7670: HOME (Francis): - Essai sur le Blanchiment des Toiles. Traduit de l'Anglois de M. Home.
3616: HOMER. - The Iliad of Homer, Translated into English Blank Verse, with Copious Alterations and Notes, prepared for the Press by the Translator, William Cowper, Esq. And published with a Preface by his Kinsman, J. Johnson. Third Edition.
6396: HONOUR. - The Man of Honour.
7514: [HOOD (Thomas)]: - The Loves of Sally Brown and Ben the Carpenter. Sung with the most enthusiastic Applause by Mr. J. Reeve, at the Theatre Royal Brighton.
7945: HOPE (John): - Thoughts in Prose and Verse, Started in his Walks, by John Hope.
7511: HOPETOUN (Earl and Countess of). - Two Silhouette Portraits. Two silhouette portraits, cut from dark silk and mounted on an off-white oval background.
9822: HORACE. WAKEFIELD (Gilbert), editor: - Q. Horatii Flacci, Quae Supersunt, Recensuit et Notulis instruxit Gilbertus Wakefield.
5029: HORACE. - Q. Horatii Flacci. Quae Supersunt, Recensuit et Notulis instruxit Gilbertus Wakefield.
5827: HORACE. - Horace: With Notes by The Rev. Charles Girdlestone and The Rev. William Alexander Osborne.
7795: HORACE. - Quintus Horatius Flaccus. Accedunt nunc Danielis Heinsii De Satyra Horatiana Libri duo, in quibus totum Poëtae institutum & genius expenditur. Cum ejusdem in omina Poëtae Animaduersionibus, longe auctioribus.
9389: HORACE. - Q. Horatius Flaccus Ad nuperam Richardi Bentleii Editionem accurate expressus. Notas addidit Thomas Bentleius, A. B . Collegii S. Trinitatis apud Cantabrigienses Alumnus.
9745: HORACE - Quinthus Horatius Flaccus; ad Lectiones Probatiores Diligenter Emendatus, et Interpunctione Nova Saepius Illustratus. Edition Tertia.
10063: HORACE. - The Works of Horace, Translated Literally into English Prose; For the Use of those who are desirous of acquiring or recovering a competent Knowledge of the Latin Language. By C. Smart, A. M. The Second Edition.
6707: HORACE. HARWOOD (Edward), editor: - Quinti Horatii Flacci opera ad fidem editionum optimarum castigata
6746: HORACE. - Quinti Horatii Flacci Carmina. The Odes, Epodes, and Carmen Seculare of Horace: With Three English Translations and Notes Critical and Explanatory.
8142: HORNE (George): - Essays and Thoughts on Various Subjects, and from Various Authors, &c. Together with Nine Papers from the Oll Podrida; and Poems.
6031: HORNE (Richard Henry Hengist): - Orion. An Epic Poem. In Three Books. Second Edition.
5013: HOUSMAN (A. E.): - Fifteen Letters to Walter Ashburner. [Edited by Alan Bell.]
9540: HOWARD (Charles): - Thoughts, Essays, and Maxims, Chiefly Religious and Political.
6833: HOWARD (John). BROWN (James Baldwin): - Memoirs of the Public and Private Life of John Howard, the Philanthropist; Compiled from his own diary, in the possession of his family, his confidential letters, the communications of his surviving relatives and friends; and other authentic sources of information. Second Edition.
9095: HOWARD (Sir Robert): - The Committee. A Comedy.
9587: HOWE (John): - The Vanity of this Mortal Life: or, of Man Considered only in his Present Mortal state.
9912: HOWE (J. R.) - Twelve True Old Golden Rules....
9481: HOWITT (William): - The Life and Adventures of Jack of the Mill: Commonly Called Lord Othmill,: Created for his eminent Service, Baron Waldeck, and Knight of Kitcottie. A Fireside Story.
8675: HOYLE. JONES (Charles): - Hoyle's Games Improved. Being Practical Treatises on the following Fashionable Games, Viz. Whist, Quadrille, Pique, Chess, Back-Gammon, Billiards, Cricket, Tennis, Quinze, Hazard, Lansquenet, Billiards, and Goff or Golf; In which are contained, The Method of Betting at those Games upon equal or advantageous Terms; Including The Laws of each, as settled and agreed to, at Brookes's, White's, D'Aubigny's, the Scavoir Vivre, Miles's, Payne's, and other Fashionable Houses, &c. Revised and corrected by Charles Jones, Saq. A New Edition, enlarged.
7729: HOYLE (Edmond): - Hoyle's Games Improved and Selected as a Companion to the Card Table Consisting of Practical Treatises on Whist...[etc.] Wherein are Comprised Calculations for Betting upon Equal or Advantageous Terms.
8438: HUARTE (Juan): - A Treatise of the Education and Learning Proper for the Different Capacities of Youth; Founded on the Principles of Natural Philosophy: Whereby all Parents, Tutors, and Governors of Youth, may be informed what Sort of Learning best suits with each Genius: By the due Observation whereof, they may be enabled to adapt the Studies of their Children and Pupils to their respective Capacities, and thereby lay a just Foundation for their future Fame and Fortune. Principally extracted from the Examen de ingenios of the famous Spaniard Dr. John Huartes: A Work so universally admir'd, that it has been translated into Latin, and all the Modern Languages.
8772: HUET (Pierre Daniel). AIKIN (John): - Memoirs of the Life of Peter Daniel Huet, Bishop of Avranches: Written by Himself; and translated from the original Latin, with copious notes, biographical and critical by John Aikin, M. D.
4246: [HUGHES (Jabez)]: - An Ode on the Incarnation. To which is added The True State of Morality, By T. R.
2519: HULL (Thomas): - Richard Plantagenet. A Legendary Tale, Now first Published.
5346: HULLAH (John): - Wilhem's Method of Teaching Singing, Adapted to English Use, under the superintendence of the Committee of Council on Education. Revised and Reconstructed in 1829. Part The First.
3422: HUME (David), inter alia: - Infidelity; Comprising Jenyns' Internal Evidence, Leslie's Method, Lyttelton's Conversion of Paul, Watson's Reply to Gibbon and Pain, A Notice of Hume on Miracles, and an Extract from West on the Resurrection.
6486: HUME (David). HUME-ROUSSEAU DISPUTE. - Exposé Succinct de la Contestation qui s'est élevée entre M. Hume et M. Rousseau, avec les pieces justificatives.
2944: HUME (David): - Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. A New Edition.
4026: HUME (David): - Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. A New Edition.
4482: HUME (David): - Essais Philosophiques sur l'Entendement Humain, Traduit de l'Anglois de Mr. Hume. Seconde Edition.
9330: HUME (David), of Godscroft: - The History of the House and Race of Douglas and Angus.
9537: HUME (David). BURTON (John Hill): - Life and Correspondence of David Hume. From the Papers bequeathed by his nephew to the Royal Society of Edinburgh; and other original sources.
9754: HUME (David): - The History of England, From the Invasion of Julius Caesar...[to the Revolution in 1688].
5042: HUME (David): - Essays and Treatises on Several Subjects. A New Edition.
9882: HUME (David). HORNE George): - A Letter to Adam Smith, LL.D. on the Life, Death, and Philosophy of his Friend, David Hume, Esq. A New Edition, published by desire of The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
5806: HUME (David): - The Letters of David Hume. Edited by J. Y. T. Greig. AND: New Letters of David Hume. Edited by Raymond Klibansky and Ernest C. Mossner.
10164: HUME (David): - Pensées Philosophiques, Morales, Critiques, Littéraires de Politiques de M. Hume.
7326: HUNGARY. - Respublica et Status Regni Hungariae.
2953: HUNTER (Alexander): - Georgical Essays.
3885: [HUNTER (Joseph), Rev.]: - Who Wrote Cavendish's Life of Wolsey?
6194: HUNTER (Alexander): - Men and Manners: Or, Concentrated Wisdom. The Third Edition, much enlarged.
5360: HUNTINGTON (William): - The Servant of the Lord Described and Vindicated, In a Sermon, Delivery at Providence Chapel, Feb. 17, 1788.
5454: HUNTINGTON (William): - Zion's Alarm, Not Without Cause.
5361: HUNTINGTON (William): - Tidings from Wallingford.
6299: HURD (Richard): - An Introduction to the Study of the Prophecies Concerning the Christian Church; and, in particular, Concerning the Church of Papal Rome: Preached in Lincoln's-Inn-Chapel, at the Lecture of the Right Reverend William Warburton Lord Bishop of Gloucester. The Second Edition.
3015: HURD (Richard): - Moral and Political Dialogues: Being the Substance of several Conversations between Divers Eminent Persons of the Present Age; Digested by the Parties themselves, and Now first published from the original MSS with Critical and Explanatory Notes By the Editor.
8081: HURTADO DE MENDOZA (Diego): - The Life and Adventures of Lazarillo Gonsales, Surnamed de Tormes. Written by Himself. Translated from the Original Spanish, and illustrated with Sixteen Copper Plates, neatly engraved. In Two Parts. The Nineteenth Edition.
8790: [HURTAUT (Pierre-Thomas-Nicolas) and Pierre-Jean Le Corvaisier]: - L'Art de Peter, Essai Theori-Physique et Methodique, A l'usage des Personnes constipées, des Personnages graves & austeres, des Dames mélancoliques, & de touos deux qui sont esclaves duprejugé. Suivi de l'Histoire de Pet-en-l'Air & de la Reine des Amazones, ou l'on trouve l'origine des Vuidangeurs. Nouvelle Edition. Augmentée de la Société des Frances-Péteurs, pour ceux qui désireont y être initiés.
3050: HURTREL (Alice): - Les Amours de Catherine de Bourbon...et du Comte de Soissons.
7266: HUSBANDRY. - Select Essays on Husbandry. Extracted from the Museum Rusticum, and Foreign Essays on Agriculture. Containing A Variety of Experiments, all of which have been found to succeed in Scotland.
8691: [HUTCHESON (Francis)]: - An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections. With Illustrations on the Moral Sense. The Third Edition, with Additions.
9181: [HUTCHESON (Francis)]: - An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections. With Illustrations on the Moral Sense. The Fourth Edition.
6502: HUTCHINSON (John): - An Abstract from the Works of John Hutchinson, Esquire. Being a Summary of his Discoveries in Philosophy and Divinity.
6092: HUTCHISON (Patrick): - Three Discourses on the Divine and Mediatorial Character of Jesus Christ.
6983: HUXHAM (John): - Observationes de Aere et Morbis Epidemicis, Ab Anno MDCCXXVIII ad Finem Anni MDCCXXXVII, Plymuthi factae. His Accedit Opusculum De Morbo Colico Damnoniensi. Editio Secunda. [AND]: Observationum de Aere et Morbis Epidemicis Volumen alterum; Ab Anni nimirum Initio 1738 ad Exitum usque 1748.
8950: IMISON (John): - The School of Arts; Or, An Introduction to Useful Knowledge, being a Compilation of real Experiments and Improvements, in several pleasing Branches of Science, on the following subjects, viz. Mechanics, Electricity.... A New Edition, with very considerable editions.
8963: INB KHALDOUN. SCHULZ (Friedrich Eduard): - Sur le Grand Ouvrage historique et Critique d'Ibn-Khaldoun, appelé: Kitab-Ol-Iber we Diwan an -Ol, Moubteda Wel Khaber.
9342: INGRAM (Henry): - Matilda, A Tale of the Crusades, A Poem. In Six Books.
10081: ITALIAN POETRY. ROSSETTI (Dante Gabriel), translator. - The Early Italian Poets from Ciullo to Dante Alighieri (1100 -1200-1300) in the Original Metres Togethr with Dante's Vita Nuova. Translated by D. G. Rossetti. Part I. Poets chiefly before Dante. Part II. Dante and his Circle.
6775: JACKSON (Thomas): - A Treatise of the Holy Catholike Faith and Church. Divided into three Bookes. The first Booke.
5940: JACKSON (John): - The History of the Scottish Stage, from its first establishment to the present time; With a Distinct Narrative of some Recent Theatrical Transactions. The whole necessarily interspersed with Memoirs of his Own life, by John Jackson, ten years manager at the Theatre Royal of Edinburgh.
9601: [JACOB (Giles)]: - Essays Relating to the Conduct of Life; On various Subjects. Inscrib'd To all Young Gentlemen and Ladies, who are desirous of having a true Knowledge of the World. To which are added, Essays on Musick, Painting and Poetry. And also Select Poems, Tales, Epigrams, Translatons, &c. The Third Edition.
10096: JACOB (Hildebrand): - The Works of Hildebrand Jacob, Esq. Containing Poems on Various Subjects and Occasions; with the Fatal Constancy, A Tragedy; and Several Pieces in Prose. The greatest Part never before publish'd.
8780: JAMAICA ALMANACK. - The New Jamaica Almanack, and Register, Calculated to the Meridian of the Island, For the Year or our Lord 1802. (Being the Sixth after Bissextile, or Leap Year.
7974: JAMES THE FIRST. - The Works of James the First. King of Scotland. To which is prefixed, A Historical and Critical Dissertation on his Life and Writings. Also, some brief remarks on the intimate connection of The Scots Language with the other northern dialects. And A Dissertation on Scottish Music; the whole accompanied with notes, historical critical and explanatory.
7588: JAMES (Charles): - Poems by Charles James, Esqr. containing, among others, Vanity of Fame, Petrarch to Laura, Acontius to Cydippé, The Year 1800; or, It will be so, Suicide. Second Edition, with Additions. Vol: 1.
2569: JAMIESON (Rev. George): - The Essentials of Philosophy, wherein Its Constituent Principles are traced through the various departments of science: with analytical strictures on the view of some of our leading philosophers.
9529: JANES (Thomas): - The Beauties of the Poets. Or, A Collection of Moral and Sacred Poetry. From the Most Eminent Authors.
3082: JANET (Paul): - The Materialism of the Present Day. A Critique of Dr. Buchner's System. Translated from the French by Gustave Masson.
7157: JAPANESE PHOTO ALBUM - Photograph Album of 50 photographs, probably black and white albumen photographs, which have been tinted and coloured by hand, dating from about 1880.
3154: JENKINS (David): - The Works of that Grave and Learned Lawyer Judge Jenkins, Prisoner in Newgate. Upon Divers Statutes, Concerning, the Liberty, and Freedome of the Subject. With a perfect Table thereto annexed.
10139: [JENNER Charles)]: - Letters from Altamont in the Capital, to His Friend in the Country.
9827: [JENNINGS (Henry Constantine)]: - Summary and Free Reflections, in which the Great Outline Onmly, and Principal Features of Several Interesting Subjects, are Impartially Traced, and Candidly Examined.
4909: JENYNS (Soame): - The Works of Soame Jenyns, Esq. In Four Volumes. Including Several Pieces never before published. To which are prefixed, Short Sketches of the History of the Author's Family, and also of his life; By Charles Nalson Cole, Esq.
6864: [JENYNS (Soame)]: - Poems. By *****
9828: [JENYNS Soame)] - Disquisitions on Several Subjects
5082: JENYNS (Soame): - Disquisitions on Several Subjects.
5613: JERNINGHAM (Edward): - Fugitive Poetical Pieces. By Mr. Jerningham.
5614: JERNINGHAM (Edward): - Poems.
7512: JOHN (W.). LISZT (Franz): - An oil portrait of Franz Liszt (1811 – 1886) in old age, probably made after his death, signed W. John.
8971: JOHN (Christopher Samuel): - On Indian Civilization, or Report of a successful experiment, made during two years, on that subject, in fifteen Tamul, and five English native free schools : with proposals for establishing a separate liberal native school society, humbly submitted to the judgment and patronage of the governments of the honourable East-India company; of the respectable religious societies; and the generous and charitable public
7626: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Lives of the most eminent English Poets: With Critical Observations on their Works.
8695: JOHNSON (Samuel): - A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. A New Edition.
6332: JOHNSON (Samuel): - Rasselas, Prince d'Abyssinie, Conte. Traduite de l'Anglais par Alexandre Notré.
5569: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. The Fourth Edition.
8768: JOHNSON (Samuel). PIOZZI (Hester Lynch): - Anecdotes of the late Samuel Johnson, LL.D. During the last Twenty Years of His Life. The Second Edition.
9305: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Prince of Abissinia. A Tale.
8647: JOHNSON (Samuel): - Rasselas. A Tale.
8648: JOHNSON (Samuel): - Prayers and Meditations...published from his Manuscripts, By George Strahan. The Second Edition.
8652: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Life of Samuel Johnson, Ll. D. With Occasional Remarks on his Writings, An Authentic Copy of his Will, And a Catalogue of his Works. To which are added, Some Papers written by Dr. Johnson, in behalf of a late unfortunate Character, Never Before Published.
9574: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Prince of Abissinia. A Tale.
7874: [JOHNSON (Richard)]: - The Interesting Story of the Children in the Wood, an Historical Ballad.
4197: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. The Third Edition.
8981: JOHNSON (Samuel): - A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland.
7817: JOHNSON (Samuel): - The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia. A Tale. By Dr. Johnson Two Volumes in One.
4685: [JOHNSTON (James)]: - More Essays of Panegyricks upon the Last Words of William the First, Prince of Orange; The Founder of the Government of the United Provinces. By a Gentleman of Middlesex.
2803: JOHNSTONE (James), Chevalier de Johnstone: - Memoirs of the Rebellion in 1745 and 1746. Containing A Narrative of the Progress of the Rebellion; from its Commencement to the Battle of Culloden...Translated from a French MS. originally deposited in the Scots College at Paris, and now in the hands of the publishers.
3640: JOHNSTONE (James Fowler Kellas) and Alexander Webster Robertson: - Bibliographia Aberdonensis Being an Account of Books relating to or printed in the Shires of Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine or written by natives or residents or by officers graduates or alumni of the Universities of Aberdeen.
10203: JONES (Mary): - Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
10200: JONES (afterwards LOWNDES, Hannah Maria): - The Wedding Ring: or, Married and Single. A Domestic Tale
9454: JONES (Stephen): - Masonic Miscellanies, in Poetry and Prose. Containing I. The Muse of Masonry, Comprising One Hundred and Seventy Masonic Songs, (Chiefly adapted to familiar Tunes), Cantatas, Duetes, Catches, Glees, Oratorios, Anthems, Eulogies, Odes, Sonnets, Prologues and Epilogues, With appropriate Toasts and Sentiments. II. The Masonic Essayist. III. The Freemason's Vade Mecum
9663: JONES (WIlliam H.): - Blanche de Bourbon, A Poem. Second edition.
10214: JONSON (Ben): - The Works of Ben Johnson [sic]. In Six Volumes. Adorn'd with Cuts.
5876: JORDAN (Dorothy). FRIEND (Confidential): - Public and Private Life of that Celebrated Actess, Miss Bland, Otherwise Mrs. Ford, or, Mrs. Jordan; Late Mistress of H. R. H. the D. of Clarence; now King William IV., Found of the Fitzclarence Family: Delineating The Vicissitudes attendant on her Early Life; The Splendour of her Noon-tide Blaze, as Mistress of the Eoyral Duke; and her untime Dissolution at St. Cloude, near Paris,-- resulting from a Broken Heart. Acompanied by Numerous Remarks and Anecdotes of Illustrious and Fashionable Characters. By a Confidential Friend of the Departed.
5869: JORTIN (John): - Discourses concerning the Truth of the Christian Religion. The Second Edition.
8878: JORTIN (John): - Six Dissertations upon Different Subjects.
9581: JUSTINIAN - Institutionum dn. Justiniani Sacratatissimi Principis P A. Libri IIII. Ex Manuscriptorum Librorum & Digestorum collatione castigati: Et nouis ((sic enim vocant) summariis, perpetuisque notis illustrati, Lvdovico Rvssardo I.C. antecessore in celeberrima Biturigum schola, auctore.
7586: JUSTINUS (Marcus Junianus): - Justini historiam ex Trogo Trogo Pompeio lib. XLIV cum notis Isaaci Vossii.
1395: JUSTUS. - Observations on the Bedford Charity; In a Series of Letters that were signed Justus. Now first published entire, and recommended to the serious Consideration of the Mayor, Corporation, Resident-Freemen, and Inhabitants of Bedford, And all who are disposed to espouse a truly public-spirited Cause.
3794: JUVENAL. - The Satires of Decimus Junius Juvenalis, Translated into English Verse. By William Gifford, Esq. With Notes and Illustrations. The Second Edition, Corrected and Enlarged.
7389: JUVENAL (Decimus Junius): - Juvenal tradotto di Latino in volgar lingua per Georgio Summaripa Veronese, Novamente Impresso.
9845: JUVENAL and PERSIUS - D. Ivnii Juvenalis et Auli Persii Flacci Satyre Cum Annotationibus Thomae Farnabii.
7980: JUVENAL. PERSIUS. - D. Junii Juvenalist & Auli Persii Flacci Satyrae Cum eteris Scholiastae & Variorum Commentariis. Edition nova. Qua quid Praestitum sit, praefatio at Lectorem docebit.
6935: JUVENAL and PERSIUS. - Decii Junii Juvenalis et A. Persii Flacci Satyræ.
5851: JUVENAL. - Satires de Juvenal, Traduites par M. Dusaulx. Seconde Edition.
3431: KAMES (Henry Home), Lord: - Elements of Criticism. Revised, with Omissions, Additions, and a New Analysis. By the Rev. James R. Boyd.
3023: KAMES (Henry Home), Lord: - Sketches of the History of Man. Considerably Enlarged by the last Additions and Corrections of the Author. A New Edition...to which is now added A General Index.
5213: KAMES (Henry Home, Lord). TYTLER (Alexander Fraser): - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honourable Henry Home of Kames. Containing Sketches of the Progress of Literature and General Improvement in Scotland during the Greater Part of the Eighteenth Century.
9322: [KAMES (Henry Home), Lord]: - Sketches of the History of Man.
2570: KAMES (Henry Home), Lord: - Essays upon Several Subjects concerning British Antiquities; viz. I. Introduction of the Feudal Law into Scotland. II. Constitution of Parliament. III. Honour. Dignity. IV. Succession or Descent. With an Appendix upon Hereditary and Indefeasible Right. Composed anno M.DCC.XLV. The Second Edition.
3081: KANT. SCHURMAN (J. Gould): - Kantian Ethics and the Ethics of Evolution. A Critical Study. Published by the Hibbert Trustees.
2804: KEAN (Edmund):. HAWKINS (F. W.): - The Life of Edmund Kean. From Published and Original Sources.
6488: KEATE (George): - The Poetical Works of George Keate.
9628: [KEBLE (John)]: - The Christian Year Thoughts in verse for the Sundays and Holidays throughout the Year.
2668: KEITH (Alexander): - Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion, derived from the fulfilment of Prophecy; particularly as illustrated by the discoveries of recent travellers. Second Edition, Enlarged.
9105: KELLY (James): - A Complete Collection of Scotish Proverbs Explained and made Intelligible to the English Reader.
10092: aKEMPIS (Thomas): - De Imitatione Christi De Libri Quator.
9522: [KENNEDY (Grace)]: - Dunallan; or Know What You Judge; A Story. Second Edition.
9247: KENT (Samuel): - The Grammar of Heraldry: Or, Gentleman's Vade Mecum, &c. Containing I. Rules of Blazoning, Cautions and Observations. II. Practical Directions for Marshalling; with Discourses on the several Parts (or Ornaments) of an Atchievement. III. A Large Collection of Arms, by way of Example, Alphabetically digested. With Two Appendices; And a List of the Subscribers; to most of them their Arms and Titles. The whole adorn'd with proper Cuts. The Second Edition.
9764: KER (John), of Kerland: - Memoirs of John Ker, of Kersland in North Britain Esq; Contain ing His Secret Transactions and Negotiations in Scotland, England, the Curt of Vienna, Hanover, and other Foreign Parts. With An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Ostend Compnany in the Austrian Netherlands. Published by Himself.
3265: KERRY (Rev. Charles): - A History of the Municipal Church of St. Lawrence, Reading.
9040: [KETTILBY (Mary): - A Collection of above Three Hundred Receipts in Cookery, Physick, and Surgery; For the Use of all Good Wives, Tender Mothers, and Careful Nurses. By Several Hands. The Fifth Edition. To which is Added, A Second Part, containing A great Number of Excellent Receipts, for Preserving and Conserving of Sweet-Meats, &c.
6686: KING (William): - Miscellanies in Prose and Verse.
6832: KING (William): - An Essay on the Origin of Evil. Translated from the Latin, with Notes. To which is added, A Sermon by the same Author, on the Fall of Man. The Fifth Edition, Revised. By Edmund, Lord Bishop of Carlisle.
8828: KIPLING (Rudyard): - Soldiers Three: A Collection of Stories setting forth certain passages in the lives and adventures of Privates Terence Mulvaney, Stanley Orthers, and John Learoyd. Fifth Edition.
9930: KIPLING (Rudyard): - Departmental Ditties and Other Verses. Second Edition.
4821: KIPPIS (Andrew): - Sermons on Practical Subjects.
5147: KLOPSTOCK. [SMITH (Elizabeth)], editor and translator: - Memoirs of Frederick and Margaret Klopstock. Translated from the German by the Author of "Fragments in Prose and Verse."
5974: KNIGHT (Richard Payne): - An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste. The Fourth Edition.
5018: KNIGHT (William Payne): - An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste. The Third Edition.
5055: KNIGHT (Thomas): - The Turnpike Gate; A Musical Entertainment; In Two Acts. Now performing with Universal Applause, at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. The Fourth Edition.
8882: KNIGHT (Richard Payne): - An Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of Taste. The Fourth Edition.
10040: KNIGHT (E[llis]. Cornelia): - Marcus Flaminius An Historical Novel: in A Series of Letters supposed to be Written in the Life-time of Germanicus.
6966: KNIPE (Rest): - A Course of Lectures: Containing Remarks upon the Government and Education of Children. Thoughts upon the Government and Education of Children, Thoughts upon the present Plan of Education, and An Essay upon Elocution. As read lately in many parts of England and Scotland. To which is added, A Sermon.
2099: [L'ISLE (Andre Yves Marie), de: - Essai sur le Beau....avec un Discourse Preliminaire, Et des Reflexions sur le Gout. Par M. Formey.
6525: [LA REYNIE DE LA BRUYERE (Jean-Baptiste-Marie-Louis)]: - The Livre Rouge, or Red Book: Being a List of Secret Pensions, paid out of the Public Treasure of France; and containing Characters of the Persons Pensioned, Anecdotes of their Lives, an Account of their Services, and Observations tending to shew the Reasons for which the Pensions were granted. Transited from the Eighth Paris Edition.
9758: LA GOUALANA. - La Goualana, ou Collection Inmcoplette des Oeuvres Prototypes D'un Habitant de la ville de Cena [Caen], departemant du Salvocad [Calvados]; Par une Societe d'Oisifs. Premiere et Derniere Edition.
9400: LA CHAMBRE (Marin Cureau de ): - Discours sur les Causes du Desbordement du Nil Par Monsieur De la Chambre.
9256: LA FEILLEE (Francois de): - Methode Nouvelle Pour Apprendre Parfaitement les Regles du Plain-Chant et de La Psalmodie. Avec des Messes & autres Ouvrages en Plaine Chant figuré & musical, a voix seule & en partie, à l'usage des Paoisses & des Communautes Religieuses; dédiée a Monseigneue l'Eveque de Portiers. Troisieme Edition, augmentée & corrigée par M. de la Feillèe, Ecclesiastsique.
7956: LA PAILLONNE (Marie Odiot de): - Le Lys. par la Révérende Mère M. D. L. C. de l'Ordre de Prémonté.
10069: LA BRUYERE (Jean de): - Les Caracteres de La Bruyere. Suivis des Caracteres de Théophraste Traduite du Grec par le même. Édition Stéréotype.
7709: LA MÉSANGÈRE (Pierre de), editor: - Voyages en France, Ornés de Gravures. avec des notes par La Mésangère
10123: LA ROCHE GUILHEM (ANNE DE, attributed to)] - Zingis: A Tartarian History. Written in Spanish, and Translated into English, by J. M. Humbly Dedicated to the Earl of Dalkeith, Apparent Duke of Bucclugh.
3833: LAIRD (John): - Philosophical Incursions into English Literature.
8038: LAMOTTE (Charles): - An Essay upon Poetry and Painting, with Relation to the Sacred and Prophane History. With an Appendix concerning Obscenity in Writing and Painting.
10066: LAMPRIDIO (Benedetto) - Benedicti Lampridii Necnonio Bap. Almathei Carmina. Vivo Morte, Refectava Mea. Non sine Priuilegio.
10144: [LAMY Bernard]: - The Art of Speaking: Written in French by Messiurs Du Port Royal: In persuance of a former Treatise, Intitled, The Art of Thinking. Rendred [sic] into English]. The Second Edition, Corrected.
7792: [?LANGE (Johann Peter]: - Democritus Ridens. Sive Campus Recreationum Honestarum. Cum Exoricsmo Melancholiae.
5861: [LANGHORNE (John): - Letters Supposed to have passed between M. De St. Evremond and Mr. Waller. Now first Collected and Published. Carefully Corrected.
8794: LANGHORNE (John): - The Fables of Flora. The Fifth Edition.
9275: LANGHORNE (John): - Frederic and Pharamond, Or the Consolations of Human Life.
8008: LANIER (Nicholas): - Proue prime fatti a l'aqua forte da N. Lanier a l'eta sua giouenile di sessanta otto anni 1656.
8492: LARKIN (Edward): - Speculum Patrum: A Looking-Glasse of the Fathers, Wherein, You may see each of them drawn, Characterized, and Displayed in their colours. To which are added, The Characters of the Chief Philosophers, Historians, Grammarians, Orators, and Poets.
8140: LATE WILLIAM IV OR EARLY VICTORIAN CHILDREN'S SCRAPBOOK. -
6684: LATIN VERSE. - Florilegium Poeticum Ex Ovidio, Tibullo, Propertio, Maritali, &c. ab Omni verborum obscoenitate repurgatum. In Usum Tyronum. Edition Tertia.
9747: LATIN POETRY. - Poetae Latini Minores, Ex Editione Petri Burmanni Fideliter Expressi.
3060: LAURIE (Simon S.): - On the Philosophy of Ethics. An Analytical Essay.
9646: [LAVEAUX (Jean-Charles)]: - The Life of Frederick the Second, King of Prussia. To which are added, Observations, Authentic Documents, and a Variety of Anecdotes.
1223: LAVERGNE (Leonce de): - Essay sur l'Economie Rurale de l'Angleterre de l'Ecosse et de l'Irlande.
9360: [LAWRENCE (Herbert)]: - The Passions Personify'd in Familiar Fables.
9810: LAWSON (John): - Lectures concerning Oratory. Delivered in Trinity College, Dublin.
1617: LE MAITRE DE CLAVILLE Charles Francois Nicholas): - Traite du vrai Merite de l'Homme, Considere dans Tous les Ages & dans toutes les conditions: avec des Principes d'Education propres a former les jeunes gens a la Vertu.
9302: LE GRAND, (D'Aussey, Pierre Jean-Baptiste: - Fabliaus or Tales, Abridged from French Manuscripts of the XIIth and XIIIth Centuries By M. Le Grand, Selected and Translated into English Verse. With a Preface and Notes. Vo. 1. [All Published].
9614: LE MOYNE (Pierre): - De l'Art des Devises Avec Diverse Recueils de Devises due meme Autheur.
8624: LEATHLEY (Mary Elizabeth Southwell): - The Star of Promise; or, From Bethlehem to Calvary. By Mary E. S. Leathley, Author of "In the Beginning," "Conquerors and Captives," Etc.
3690: LECKY (William Edward Hartpole): - History of European Morals from Augusts to Charlemagne. Second Edition.
9142: LEIGH (Edward): - Critica Sacra: Or, Philologicall and Theologicall Observations upon All the Greek Words of the New Testament, In order Alphabeticall. Wherein usually the Etymon of the word is give, its Force and Emphasis observed, and the severall acceptions of it in Scripture, and the versions by Expositors are set downe. The second Edition corrected, and much enlarged by the Authour.
9041: [LENGLET-DUFRESNOY (Pierre Nicholas)], editor: - Le Cabinet Satyrique ou Recueil des Vers Piquans & Gaillards de ce Temps. Tire's des Cabinets Du Sieurs de Signognes, Regnier, Morin, Berthelot, Maynard, & autres des plus signalez, Poëtes de ce Siecle.
7843: [LEPESANT DE BOILGUILBERT (Pierre)]: - Marie Stuart Reyne d'Ecosse.
8326: LESAGE (Alain Rene): - Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane. Par M. LeSage. Nouvelle Edition, revue & corrigee.
1690: LESAGE (Alain Rene): - The Adventures of Gil Blas, of Santillane. Translated from the French of Le Sage, by T. Smollett.
8926: LESLIE (Charles): - A Short and Easy Method with the Deists; Wherein the Certainy of the Christian Religion Is Demonstrated by Infallible Proof from Four Rules, which are incompatible to any Imposture that ever yet has been, or possibly can be. In a Letter to a Friend.... With a Letter from the Author to a Deist upon his Conversion by reading his Book. To which is prefixed A Preface By the Rev. W. Jones.... A New Ediiton, Published by Desire of he Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge.
3493: LETTER-WRITER, THE COMPLETE: - The Complete Letter-Writer, containing Familiar Letters on the Most common Occasions in Life. Also, A Variety of elegant Letters for the Direction and Embellishment of Style, on Business, Duty, Amusement, Love, Courtship, Marriage, Friendship, and other Subjects, To which is prefixed a Plain and Compendious Grammar Of the English Language, With Directions for writing Letters, and the proper Forms of Address. At the End are given Forms of Message-Cards, and a copious English Spelling Dictionary.
5632: LEWIS (James): - Church of Scotland. The Crisis and Preparation; With Directions to the Collectors of Congregational and Parochial Associations. Delivered at the Formation of St John's Congregational Association, Leith. Second Thousand.
7390: LIBURNIO (Nicolo): - Le molte et diverse virtu Delli Savi antichi da Greci, & latini auttori in volgar sermone per M. Nicolo Liburnio tradotte. Motti Elegantissimi de diversi auttori. Tradotti di Latino in Volgare [da M. Cadamosto da Lodi].
8015: LIEUTAUD (Jacques): - Connoissance des Temps Pour l'Anneé 1706. Au Meridien de Paris. Publiée Par l'Ordre de l'Academie Royal des Sciences, et Calculee Par Mr. Lietuaud, de la meme Academie.
9291: LINCOLN'S INN. PSALM TUNES. [SKIRROW (Walker)]: - A Selection of Psalm Tunes, accommodated to the new version for the use of Lincoln's Inn Chapel
6656: LIND (Jenny). - Lindiana. An Interesting Narrative of the Life of Jenny Lind. With a Portrait by Linton.
6426: LING (Nicholas). [BROOKS (Jonathan), editor: - Antiquity; or the Wise Instructer [sic]. Being a Collection of the most Valuable Admonitions and Sentences, Compendiously put together, From an infinite Variety of the most celebrated Christian and Heathen Writers, Divine, Moral, Historical, Poetical, and Political./
8885: LINNECAR (Richard): - The Miscellaneous Works of Richard Linnecar, of Wakefield.
9280: LISLE (Edward): - Observations in Husbandry.
3840: LISTER. TURNER (A. Logan): - Joseph, Baron Lister. Centenary Volume 1827 - 1927. Edited for the Lister Centenary Committee of the British Medical Association.
7813: LISZT (Franz): - The Gipsy in Music. The result of the Author's Life-long Experience and Investigations of the Gipsies and their Music. Englished for the first time by Edwin Evans. With Seven Portraits.
7878: LIVY. - T. Livi Patavini Historiarum Ab Urbe Condita Libri XLV. Cum Universae Historiae Epitomis: Omnibus accuratissime castigatis, & in elegantiorum formam, quam unquam suerint, redactis.
6994: LIVY. - Le Deche di T. Livio Padovano delle Historie Romane, Tradotte nella lingua Toscana, da Iacopo Nardi cittadino Fiorentino, & nuouamente dal medesimo riuedute & emendate, con le postille parimente accresciute nelle margini del libro, che diachiarano molti uocaboli delle cose uecchie, piu degne di cognitione: & molti nomi di Paesi, & citta, fiumi, monti, & luoghi, illustrati conomi moderni. Etappress, la ualuta delle monete Romane, ridotta al pregio di quelle de tempionostir: insieme con la dichiaratione di tutte le misure, quanto e stato necessario alla piena intelligenza dell'autore. Allequali, per maggior satisfattion de lettori, habbiamo anchora aggiunto la Tauola de Re, Consoli, Tribuni militari con lad podesta Consolare, & Dittatori: che per i tempi correnti sono stati creati nella citta di Roma. Et appresso, la Tauola di tutte le cose, fatti, & detti notabili, nella presente opera contenuti.
10151: LLOYD (David): - The Voyage of Life: A Poem in Nine Books. By the Reverend D. Lloyd, Vicar of Llanbister.
9076: LOCKE (John): - Abrege de Essay de Monsieur Locke, sur l'Entendement Humain, Traduit de l'Anglois Par Mr. Bosset. Nouvelle Edition.
2820: LOCKE (John): - The Conduct of the Understanding. [AND]: BACON (Francis): Essays, Moral, Economical, & Political.
9841: LOCKE (John): - A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of S. Paul to the Galatians, Corinthians, Romans, Ephesianss. To which is Prefix'd, An Essay for the Understnading of St. Paul's Epistles, by Consulting St. Paul Himself. The Second Edition.
8799: LOCKE (John): - Some Thoughts concerning Education. [Pitt Press Series] With an Introduction and Notes by The Rev. R. H. Quick. Stereotyped Edition.
4419: LOCKE (John). WYNNE (John): - An Abridgment of Mr. Locke's Essay Concerning Human Understanding. The Fifth Edition Corrected.
7387: [LOCKMAN (John)]: - A New History of England, by Question and Answer. Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, Particularly M. Rapin Thoyras. The Third Edition, Corrected, and very much Improv'd by the Author.
6681: [LOCKMAN (John): - A New History of England, by Question and Answer. Extracted from the Most Celebrated English Historians, Particularly M. de Rapin Thoyras. The Third Edition, Corrected, and very much Improv'd by the Author.
5852: LODGE (Edmund): - The Peerage of the British Empire, as at present existing. Arranged and printed from the Personal Communicates of the Nobility. To which is added a view of The Baronetage of the three kingdoms. Dedicated by Permission to Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. Fourth Edition.
4905: LOGAN (John): - Poems, and Runnamede, A Tragedy. With a Life of the Author.
6078: LOGAN (John): - Poems, by the Rev. Mr. Logan, one of the Ministers of Leith.
8474: LONGINUS. - Dionysius Longinus on the Sublime: Translated from the Greek, with Notes and Observations, and Some Account of the Life, Writings, and Character of the Author. The Third Edition, Corrected and Improved.
8786: LONGUS. - Daphnis and Chloe. A Pastoral Novel Now First Selectly [sic] Translated into English from the Original Greek of Longus.
9970: LONGUS. - Longou Poimenikon ton kata Daphnin kai Chloen bibloi tettares cum Proloquio de libris eroticis antiquorum.
8599: LOTI (Pierre; pseudonym of Louis Marie-Julien Viaud): - Pecheur d'Islande Roman Quatre-Vinget-Cinquieme Edition. [and] Madame Chrysantheme.
5207: LOTTERY ADVERT. - State Lottery, [C]ontaining Six Prizes of £20,000, Begins Drawing June 28, 1808.... Tickets and Shares are selling by J. Brook, 2, Jamaica-Row, Near the Moat, Birmingham, Agent to Brooke and CO. London.
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