ID 11975
Last Name Dodd I
First Name Anne
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1685
Date of Death 1739
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Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Dodd
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Bookseller The right of Kings, and duty of subjects: Proving, that it is not lawful for subjects, upon any ground or pretence whatever, to rebel against their lawful King. To which is added, an extract from Dr. Stanhope's translation of the author's celebrated book of wisdom, toucing the miseries and inconveniencies of a crown'd head. Written in French by the Sieur de Charon, and now done into English. 1709?
Printer The second part of The apparition. A poem. 1710
Bookseller The second part of The apparition. A poem. 1710
Publisher The examiners for the year 1711. To which is prefix'd, A letter to the Examiner. 1712
Publisher The Lord Mohun's vindication. 1712
Bookseller A scheme for, an effectual method to prevent the exportation of wooll. By Richard Carter, and Peter Ellers. June 20. 1713. 1713
Bookseller A true list of the Lords spiritual and temporal: as also a list of the kts. and commissioners of shires, citizens and burgesses of the Parliament of Great Britain; as it stood, July the 16th. 1713. 1713
Bookseller An answer to the discourse on free-thinking: wherein the absurdity and infidelity of the sect of free-thinkers is undeniably demonstrated. By a gentleman of Cambridge. 1713
Publisher Of the original and ends of government : the indispensable duty of magistrates, and power of princes, distinguishing them from tyrants. Together with A Short View of the several Forms of Government, and different Administrations in the Old Testament. To which are added, Some remarkable Instances of God's Severity towards the rebellious Kings of Israel and Judah. AS Also An Account of the Last Resort in Matters of Controversy. And a brief vindication of the rights and liberties of the people. 1713
Publisher Part of the seventh epistle of the first book of Horace imitated: and address'd to a noble peer. 1713
Publisher Part of the seventh epistle of the First book of Horace imitated: and address'd to a noble peer. The Second Edition. 1713
Publisher Part of the seventh epistle of the First book of Horace imitated: and address'd to a noble peer. The Third Edition. 1713
Publisher The first ode of the second book of Horace paraphras'd: and address'd to Richard St--le, Esq; 1713
Publisher A caveat against the Tories: In an impartial view of their behaviour in the reigns of K. James II, K. William III, and Her Majesty Q. Anne; with some account of what may be expected from them at present, by their reviving the assertion of hereditary right. To which is added, a tory-example: in the infamous life and character of the Late Curate of Gravesend, prov'd by remarkable testimonials, affidavits, and certificates. By a Presbyter of the Church of England. 1714
Publisher A conference, on the doctrine of transubstanitiation, Between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, whom King James II. sent, in the time of his sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish religion. The Third Edition. 1714
Publisher A conference, on the doctrine of transubstantiation, between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, Whom King James II. sent, in the time of his Sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish Religion. 1714
Publisher A conference, on the doctrine of transubstantiation, between His Grace the Duke of Buckingham, and Father Fitzgerald, an Irish Jesuit, Whom King James II. sent, in the time of his Sickness, in Yorkshire, to convert him to the Romish Religion. The Second Edition. 1714
Bookseller A Secret History of One Year 1714
Bookseller A sermon preach'd the 27th of November, 1713. In commemoration of the great and dreadful storm in November, 1703. In which some account is given of the damages sustain'd; and the advantages of calling it again to remembrance. Publish'd at the desire of several gentlemen who annually observe that day. By Benjamin Stinton. 1714
Bookseller A sermon preach'd the 27th of November, 1713. In commemoration of the great and dreadful storm in November, 1703. In which some Account is given of the Damages sustain'd; And the Advantages of calling it again to Remembrance. Publish'd at the Desire of several Gentlemen who annually observe that Day. By Benjamin Stinton. The Second Edition. 1714
Bookseller A sermon preach'd the 27th of November, 1713. in commemoration of the great and dreadful storm in November, 1703. In which some Account is given of the Damages sustain'd; And the Advantages of calling it again to Remembrance. Publish'd at the Desire of several Gentlemen who annually observe that Day. By Benjamin Stinton. The Third Edition. 1714
Bookseller A short account of the itch, inveterate itching humours, scabbiness and leprosie: plainly describing their symptoms, nature , original cause and true care. with the Reason why so many miss of it for many Months, Years, &c. Shewing that it may be easily and safely accomplished without the Nauseous Use of Brimstone, Confinement of the Patient, or the Knowledge of other Person. As Also the imminent danger those afflicted with such Defilements of the Skin run, of fall into the Palsie, Apoplexy, Falling Sickness, Asthma, incurable consumption, &c. by Ill Methods of Cure, and pernicious Mercurial Medications. Necessary to be read by all Persons, but more especially those who are unhappily troubled with the ITCH, or any other Cutaneous Distemper. By T. S. 1714
Publisher A short essay on the scurvy: in which the Causes and Cure of that disease Are briefly Stated and Demonstrated. First, Representing the deceivable Forms and Characters under which it disguises it self. Secondly, The various, remote, and principal Causes of it examin'd. Thirdly, The material Causes discover'd. And, Fourthly, The best and most effectual Method of Cure exemplified in exceeding dangerous and contumacious Symptoms. With A Touch on Old Venereal Cases, and some remarks on the Doctrine of Acids and Alkalies. 1714
Publisher A town eclogue: or, a poetical contest between Toby and a minor poet of B-tt-n's Coffee-House; At a Bookseller's Shop near Temple-Bar; being an imitation after the new mode of the 3d eclogue of Virgil. Inscrib'd to the author of the Tale of a tub. And hated Wharton like a Toad, &c. 1714
Bookseller An account of the courts of Prussia and Hannover: sent to a Minister of State in Holland. In which are contain'd the Characters of the Elector of Hannover, now King of England; The Electoral Prince, Duke of Cambridge, and others of that Illustrious Family. To which are added, The ordinances, statutes, and privileges of the Royal Academy, erected by the King of Prussia at Berlin. And The declaration of the Elector Palatine, in favour of his Protestant subjects. All three publish'd by Mr. Toland. 1714

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