Name Folio
Abbreviation fo
Description

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

Titles

Displaying 76–89 of 89

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
24915 The miser, a poem: from the first satire of the first book of Horace. Inscrib’d to Horatio Walpole, Esquire Minshull , Mr.
Anne Dodd I (London)
Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] (London)
Mr. Penn (London)
1735
10036 The Passage of the Saint Gothard Cavendish , Georgiana
Gameau and Co. (London)
1803
3921 The roguish miller; or, Nothing got by Cheating. A true ballad. More , Hannah
1784
25111 The Theatre turned upside down: or, The mutineers. A dialogue, occasioned by a pamphlet, called, the theatric squabble. Unknown ,
1733
13787 The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For High Treason, at the bar of the Court of King's Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The third edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney Gurney , Joseph
1781 The third edition.
14751 The trial of George Gordon, Esquire, commonly called Lord George Gordon. For high treason, at the bar of the Court of King’s Bench, on Monday, February 5th, 1781. The second part. Fourth edition. Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. Gordon , George
1781 Fourth edition
14756 The trial of John Motherhill, for committing a rape on the body of Miss Catharine Wade. Tried at the assize holden at East Grinstead for the county of Sussex, on Tuesday the 21st of March, 1786, ... Taken in short-hand, by Joseph Gurney. Motherhill , John
1786 The second edition.
2761 The whole of the evidence on the trial of Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess Dowager of Kingston, before the Right Honorable the House of Peers, in Westminster-Hall, on Monday the 15th, Tuesday the 16th, Saturday the 20th, and Monday the 22nd of April, 1776. Together with an authentic copy of her Grace's Defence, as spoken by herself. Published by the order of her grace, from the short hand notes of Mr. Gurney. Chudleigh , Elizabeth
1776
14582 The writers of Ireland. In two books ... Written in Latin by Sir James Ware, Knight; now newly translated into English, revised and improved ... and continued down to the beginning of the present century. Ware , James
1746 now newly translated into English, revised and improved
6149 To the memory of the late Saml. Fothergill, Willm. Hunt, & John Woolman, eminent ministers amongst the people called Quakers: written by M. Barnard, a young woman, of Upperthorp, near Sheffield. Barnard , Mary
1788
717 Travels in Italy, Between the Years 1792 and 1798, containing a view of the Late Revolutions in that Country. Likewise pointing out the matchless Works of Art which still embellish Pisa, Florence, Siena, Rome, Naples, Bologna, Venice, &c. With Instructions for the Use of Invalids and Families, who may not chuse to incur the Expence attendant upon travelling with a Courier. Also a supplement comprising instructions for travelling in France, with descriptions of all the principal Roads and Cities in that Republic. By Mariana Starke, Author of The Widow of Malabar, The Tournament, &c. In Two Volumes. Starke , Mariana
Richard Phillips [St. Paul's Churchyard] (London)
1802
1056 Twelve Original Hibernian Melodies, with English Words, imitated and translated, from the Works of the Ancient Irish Bards, with an introductory Preface and Dedication, by Miss S. Owenson. Arranged for the Voice, with an Accompaniment for the Piano Forte Owenson , Sydney
1805
3224 Twelve songs with symphonies and a thorough bass for the harpsicord set to music by Elizabeth Turner Turner , Elizabeth
1750
15681 Views in the East; comprising India, Canton, and the Shores of the Red Sea. With Historical and Descriptive Illustrations. By Captain Robert Elliot R. N. Heber , Amelia
Fisher, Son & Co. (London)
1833