Name Folio
Abbreviation fo
Description

Each sheet is folded once to make two leaves and four pages. 

Titles

Displaying 1–25 of 232

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
24846 “Crown the Passing Hour with Joy,” A Glee, for Three Voices, the Poetry by Mrs. Opie, the Music Composed & Inscribed to His Friend, F. W. Collard, by W. Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon. Opie , Amelia
Muzio Clementi and Co. (London)
1822
24849 “Forget Me Not” A Glee for Four Voices, Sung by Mrs. Bianchi, Lacy, Messrs. Harrison, Goss & Bellamy, at the Vocal Concerts, the Poetry by Mrs. Opie, to Whom the Music Is Inscribed by Wm. Horsley Mus. Bac, Oxon. [Go youth beloved]. Opie , Amelia
Chappell & Co. (London)
1812
25667 A brief narrative of the unhappy affair, which happened at the city of Tours in France, to the Lord Viscount Dunkeron; only son to the Right Honourable the Earl of Shelburne in the kingdom of Ireland. Mr. Kinnersly, brother to the lady of Sir John Frederick Bart; Mr. Hamilton, nephew to Colonel Hamilton, the late Duke Hamilton's second in Hyde-Park. And, Mr. Stuart, another Scotch gentleman: touching the killing of one Mauripate, an Italian gamester, in the said city, upon the twentieth day of November last, N.S. being the anniversary of the feast of St. Andrew, the tutelar patron of Scotland. Wherein, that unfortunate transaction is set in a true and impartial light. To which is added, some account of the instances made by the Earl Waldegrave to the French court, and his Majesty's most gracious interposition in behalf of the said gentlemen his subjects. Unknown ,
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
John Jolliffe (London)
1732
25559 A calculation of the new scheme for the disposing of the South-Sea property. Wherein is shewn what dividend the South-Sea Company can make on the old foot; What Dividend the New Scheme proposes, and what Dividend (if the Scheme takes Effect) the Three Companies can really make by their present Profits and the Interest of the New Ingrafted Stock. Being what was intended to have been publish'd in the White-Hall Evening-Post. Unknown ,
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
Anne Dodd I (London)
Thomas Griffith (London)
Jane Billingsley (London)
1721
24331 A catalogue of books in quires, and shares of copies lately belonging to Mrs. Bowyer, to be sold by auction to a select number of booksellers of London and Westminster only; on Tuesday, January the 11th, 1736. 1737
24330 A catalogue of books in quires, with copies, and shares of copies; being the remaining stock of Mrs. Bowyer, who has left off trade: which will be sold by auction, to a select number of book-sellers, ... on Tuesday the 18th day of May, 1736. 1736
14941 A catalogue of vocal and instrumental music, printed for, and sold by Elizabeth Randall ... Elizabeth Randall (London)
1780
5636 A collection of exotics, from the island of Antigua. By a lady. Byam , Lydia
s.n. [sine nomine]
1797
5637 A collection of fruits from the West Indies, drawn and coloured from nature, and with permission, most humbly dedicated to the Princess Elizabeth. By Lydia Byam. Byam , Lydia
1800
6261 A Collection of Roses from Nature. Mary Lawrance (London)
1799
3223 A collection of songs with symphonies and a thorough bass. With six lessons for the harpsichord compos’d by Miss Eliza: Turner Turner , Elizabeth
1756
3222 A collection of songs: with symphonies and accompaniments. Set to music by Miss Turner. Turner , Elizabeth
1756
3415 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. ... By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. ... Blackwell , Elizabeth
John Nourse (London)
1751
3174 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings taken from the life. By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. Blackwell , Elizabeth
Charles Nourse (London)
1782
23939 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings, taken from the life. By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. Blackwell , Elizabeth
John Nourse (London)
1739
22863 A description of Bath: a poem. In a letter to a friend. Chandler , Mary
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
John Jackson (London)
John Gray (London)
1733
22866 A description of Bath. A poem. Humbly Inscribed to her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia. Chandler , Mary
1734
25987 A friendly epistle to the author of The state dunces. Unknown ,
Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] (London)
Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] (London)
1733
14282 A general bill of all the christnings and burials from December 11, 1798, to December 10, 1799. According to the report ... by the Company of Parish Clerks of London, &c. Worshipful Company of Parish Clerks ,
1799
25857 A hymn to the new laureat. By a native Grub-Street. Unknown ,
Lawton Gilliver (London)
1731
3946 A King or a Consul? A new song to the tune of Derry down. More , Hannah
John Hatchard [173 Piccadilly] (London)
1799
25961 A law-dictionary and glossary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern, laws. With references to the several statutes, records, Registers, Charters, Ancient Deeds, Manuscripts and Law-Books, wherein the Words and Terms are used. By Tho. Blount, of the Inner-Temple, Esq; The third edition. To which are added above two thousand two hundred words, Collected from all the Laws of the Saxon, Danish and Norman Kings: And from all the Ancient Books of the Common Law, from the Monasticon Anglicanum, Du Fresne's Glossary, Chronicon Saxonicum, and the Volumes lately published by Dr. Gale. Also an explanation of all the ancient names of the inhabitants, cities, towns, villages and rivers of Great Britain. Collected formerly by Mr. Camden and others, and necessary for Understanding the History and Laws of this Realm. By W. Nelson, of the Middle Temple, Esq; Blount , Thomas
Nelson , William
1717 The third edition.
25959 A law-Dictionary and glossary, interpreting such difficult and obscure words and terms, as are found either in our common or statute, ancient or modern, laws. With References to the several Statutes, Records, Registers, Charters, Ancient Deeds, Manuscripts and Law-Books, wherein the Words and Terms are used. By Tho. Blount, of the Inner-Temple, Esq; The third edition. To which are added near three thousand words, Collected from all the Laws of the Saxon, Danish and Norman Kings: And from all the Ancient Books of the Common Law, from the Monasticon Anglicanum, Du Fresne's Glossary, Chronicon Saxonicum, and the Volumes lately published by Dr. Gale. Also an explanation of all the ancient names of the inhabitants, cities, towns, villages and rivers of Great Britain. Collected formerly by Mr. Camden and others, and necessary for Understanding the History and Laws of this Realm. By W. Nelson, of the Middle Temple, Esq; Blount , Thomas
Nelson , William
1717 The Third Edition.
25676 A letter from a lady to her husband abroad. Broxholme , Noel
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
1728
25719 A letter from a lady to her husband abroad. The Fifth Edition, Corrected. Broxholme , Noel
James Roberts [Warwick Lane] (London)
1729 The Fifth Edition, Corrected.