ID 12073
Last Name Charlton
First Name Ruth
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Gender Female
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Date of Death 1746
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Place of Death London
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Bookseller A demonstration of the falsity of the narration, published to draw a parallel between the election of Stanislaus Leszezynski and ... Augustus III, Duke ... of Saxony, ... By a Polish nobleman. To which is added, a ... genealogical table, shewing how ... Augustus III. descends ... from Jagello King of Poland. 1730?
Bookseller A letter to the merchants and tradesmen of Great Britain, particularly to those of London and Bristol; upon their late glorious behaviour and happy success, in opposing the extension of the excise-laws: with a few seasonable cautions. And something more, which it is hope will be agreeable to every true Englishman. By Eustace Budgell, Esq; 1733
Publisher A reply to The vindication of the representation of the case of the planters of Tobacco. in Virginia. In a letter to Sir J. R. from the merchants or factors of London 1733
Bookseller A modest reply, to the author of the Letter to Dr. Codex. Containing not only a full (tho' short vindication of the bishop, but of the clergy in general, from the many unreasonable insinuations of the author. 1734
Bookseller A Modest reply, to the author of the letter to Dr. Codex. Containing not only a full (tho' short vindication of the bishop, but of the clergy in general, from the many unreasonable insinuations of the author. 1734
Publisher Love in all its shapes: or, the way of a man with a woman. Illustrated in the various practices of the Jesuits of the Maison Professe at Paris, with divers ladies of Quality and Fashion, at the Court of France 1734
Bookseller Modern Patriotism, a Poem. 1734
Publisher The lawyer out-law'd, and the biter bit: or, a pretty girl, if she has discretion, may have the disposal of her own maidenhead. Containing an entertaining and diverting account of the tragicomical adventures of Mr. Goosequill solicitor in Chancery, and his intended son-in-law Councellor Puzzle-Cause, in their journey to the former's country seat. Under the following Heads: I. How Mr. Puzzle-Cause blundered upon a Life-Guard-Man's Toe, and got kick'd into the Thames for his Pains. II. How his fine Perruque, wherein his whole Merit consisted, was thereby lost, to his no small Mortification. III. How he purchased another at Feversham, which immediately met with a lamentable Disaster. IIII. Mr. Puzzle-Cause's Rage at this mischance, which occasions a Tragicomical Squabble between the Tall Councellor and the Pigmy Perruke-Maker. V. Which did not end to the Councellor's Advantage. VI. How the Solicitor and Councellor were both in great Agonies about defraying the Charges of an Entertainment. Vii. How a Bastard is laid to the Councellor, which entirely ruins him in the Opinion of his intended Father-in-Law. Viii. How at last, to the Councellor's utter Confusion, during the contest between him and the intended Father-in-Law, an unexpected Rival appears, and wipes his Nose of his Mistress 1734
Bookseller Modern patriotism, or faction display'd: a poem. Being a satire on political writers. 1734?
Printer A critical dissertation on Titus iii. 10,11. Wherein Mr. Foster's notion of heresy is consider'd, and confuted. And the power of the Church to censure hereticks is vindicated. By Tipping Silvester, M. A. Fellow of Pembroke College Oxon, and Lecturer of St. Bartholomew the Great. 1735
Bookseller A critical dissertation on Titus iii. 10,11. Wherein Mr. Foster's notion of heresy is consider'd, and confuted. And the power of the Church to censure hereticks is vindicated. By Tipping Silvester, M. A. Fellow of Pembroke College Oxon, and Lecturer of St. Bartholomew the Great. 1735
Bookseller A full and genuine account of the murder of Mrs. Robinson, by Elton Lewis, On Monday Night, April 21, 1735. 1735
Bookseller A vindication of Mr. Ward, from the aspersions and reflections cast upon him by Doctor Turner's late letter to Doctor Jurin. In which the honesty, integrity, charity, candour and generosity of those worthy gentlemen call'd licensed physicians, is impartially examin'd and set forth. Also antimonial and mercurial medicines clear'd from the dangerous qualities they are charged with, and the use of them recommended as very prevalent in many obstinate and deplorable distempers and diseases incident to human bodies. Humbly inscribed to the Lord Chief Baron Reynolds. By Eugenius Philalethes. 1735
Publisher Advice to a friend on his marriage, a poem. 1735
Bookseller Infants church-membership and baptism, most clearly and fully proved to be God's own ordinance; from plain testimony of the Holy Scripture, &c. And also, the Mode of Baptizing by Dipping or Plunging the Whole Body under Water, is a gross error and innovation, it having no Foundation in the Word of God. In a debate, managed by writing betwixt two friends, viz. One on each side of the Question, at a certain Coffee-House in London. 1736
Publisher The fall of Bob: or, the oracle of gin. A tragedy. By Timothy Scrubb, of Rag-Fair, Esq; 1736
Bookseller The fall of Bob: or, the oracle of gin. A tragedy. By Timothy Scrubb, of Rag-Fair, Esq; 1736
Publisher Reasons offered to the consideration of Parliament, for preventing the growth of Judaism; ... By the author of Reasons for a war against Spain 1737
Publisher The false patriot's confession; or, B-----k's address to ambition. In imitation of the first ode, of the fourth book of Horace 1737
Bookseller The scotch prophecy: or, the Lord Belhaven's remarkable speech before the union, examin'd and compar'd with the articles afterwards concluded, and now subsisting Wherein The Advantages accruing to Scotland by the Union, are discovered. By Reay Sabourn. 1737
Publisher Some observations on the scheme, offered by Messrs. Cotton and Lediard, for opening the streets and passages to and from the intended bridge at Westminster. In a letter from one of the Commissioners for Building the said Bridge, to Mr. Lediard, and his answer. With the scheme and plan prefix'd: to which is added, a plan of the lower parts of the parishes of St. Margaret and St. John the Evangelist, from the Horse-Ferry to White-Hall; Wherein several farther Improvements are delineated, and a Proposal for Establishing a Perpetual Fund, to defray the Expences of Paving, Watching, and Lighting the said Bridge, and keeping it in Repair. By Thomas Lediard, Esq; 1738

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