ID 5104
Name s.n.
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Firm Role Title Contributors Date
Unknown The protestation of Thomas, up Shinkin, up Morgan, up Howellup William, up Raph, up Shon, up Taffie, shentileman of Wales, concerning the distemperature of these times; together with her owne will written, puplished py her owne hand fifteen tayes after her teeth; with a song which her was never apide, in awle her life, pecause it was jeer her country. 1701
Publisher Genuine particulars of the life of the celebrated Richard Parker, alias Admiral Parker; found guilty, on tryal, before a court martial held at Greenhith for mutiny and disbobedience of orders. By a lady many years a resident in Moscow,-where she knew Parker intimately; and in whose fate, from an acquired freiendship, and some family alliance, she feels herself particularly interested. Unknown , (Author)
1707
Publisher The fifteen pleasures of a virgin. Written by the suppos'd author of The fifteen plagues of a maidenhead. B-----le , Madam (Author)
1709
Publisher The Key to Atalantis. Part I. Manley , Delarivier (Author)
1709?
Unknown Warnings of the Eternal Spirit, to the City of Edenburgh, Pronounced by the Mouths of Margaret Mackenzie, and James Cuninghame. Mackenzie , Margaret (Author)
Cuninghame , James (Author)
1710
Unknown A warning of the eternal spirit, pronounc'd at Bristol, by the mouth of Mary Beer, March 18. 1711 Beer , Mary (Author)
1711
Unknown To my Lord-Mayor and Court of Aldermen. James , Elinor (Author)
1714
Publisher Memoirs, or, Spiritual exercises of Elisabeth Wast; written by her own hand. Wast , Elisabeth (Author)
1724
Publisher Apollo's edict. Barber , Mary (Author)
1725?
Unknown An account of a case between Canon Richard Eyre, and Elizabeth Swanton. Together with a vindication of the same from the malice and aspersions of the said Canon Eyre. Swanton , Elizabeth (Author)
Swanton , William (Author)
1727
Unknown Arthur Squire, attorney at law ---- appellant. Dame Rachael Pearshall ... respondent. The respondent's case. Rachael , Pearshall (Author)
1727
Publisher Kick him Jenny, a merry tale. Unknown , (Author)
1734
Unknown Internal revelation the source of saving knowledge: Candidly recommended in several epistles. By May Drummond. Drummond , Mary (Author)
1736
Publisher Masters James Leslie, Robert Clerk, Archibald Murray, and James Smollet, Commissaries of Edinburgh, ... Houston , Eleanora (Author)
1748
Printer A collection of scarce and valuable receipts, never before printed, and taken from the manuscripts of divers persons ... To which is added the making several sorts of wines, ... By Anne Battam, ... Battam , Anne (Author)
1750
Printer A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia (Author)
1750
Printer A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia (Author)
1750
Printer A letter humbly addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Phillips , Teresia Constantia (Author)
1750
Printer An apology for the conduct of Mrs. T. C. Phillips; more particularly, that part of it which relates to her marriage with an eminent Dutch merchant. The whole authenticated by faithful copies of his letters, and of the settlement he made upon her to induce her to suffer (without any real Opposition on her part) a sentence to be pronounced against their marriage. Together with such other original papers, filed in the cause, as are necessary to illustrate that remarkable story. Phillips , Teresia Constantia (Author)
1750
Printer Twelve songs with symphonies and a thorough bass for the harpsicord set to music by Elizabeth Turner Turner , Elizabeth (Author)
1750
Publisher A word of advice and warning to handicrafts-men, labourers, carmen, coachmen, &c. You, my friends, who are of the lower class among your brethren, and live by the labour of your hands, ... Hume , Sophia (Author)
1750
Publisher A word of advice and warning to handicrafts-men, labourers, carmen, coachmen, chairmen, &c. ... Hume , Sophia (Author)
1750
Publisher A word of advice and warning to handicrafts-men, labourers, carmen, coachmen, chairmen, &c. You, my friends, who are of the lower class among your brethren, and live by the labour of your hands, ... Hume , Sophia (Author)
1750
Publisher A word of advice and warning. To handicrafts-men, labourers, sea-men, fisher-men, &c. You my Friends, who are of the lower class among your brethren, and live by the labour of your hands, and sweat of your brows, and who by the pressing necessities of your families, are call'd to a diligent attendance on your employments, and for this reason perhaps may apprehend you are in some sort excused from devoting any part of your time to the service of God, and the care of your souls; ... Hume , Sophia (Author)
1750
Publisher At Devonshire House a book is kept by Sarah Shipman, the doorkeeper's daughter, where women servants and nurses, that are Friends, who want places, may have their names entered; and any Friend may be informed what servants, &c. are on the book. ... Brady , Sarah (Author)
1750

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