ID 1990
Last Name Gurney
First Name Martha
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Gender Female
Date of Birth 1733
Date of Death 1816
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Joseph and Martha Gurney
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/71248827
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_Gurney
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Bookseller The general religious instruction of the poor, the surest means of promoting universal national happiness: represented in a sermon, preached on Sunday, September 30, 1792, at Hemel-Hempstead, Herts; for the benefit of the Sunday-schools established in that town, ... By John Liddon. 1792
Bookseller The watchman’s answer to the question, What of the night? A sermon preached to the society which supported the Wednesday’s evening lecture in Great Eastcheap, December 27, 1750. By John Gill. 1792
Bookseller A discourse on National Fasts, Particularly in reference to that of April 19, 1793. On Occasion of the War against France. By W. Fox. The third edition. 1793
Bookseller An examination of Mr. Paine’s writings. By William Fox. ... 1793
Bookseller Authentic copy of a petition praying for reform in Parliament, presented to the House of Commons on Monday, 6th May, 1793. Published by the Society, the Friends of the People, associated for the purpose of obtaining a Parliamentary reform. Cheap edition. 1793
Bookseller Faith in God and his word, the establishment and prosperity of his people. A sermon preached to the society which supported the Wednesday evening lecture in Great East-Cheap, December 27, 1753. And published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D. 1793
Publisher Rules for horsemen. Reprinted from the third edition, published in 1765. 1793
Bookseller Slavery Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy; proved by a speech delivered in the convention held at Danville, Kentucky. By the Rev. David Rice. 1793
Printer Slavery Inconsistent with Justice and Good Policy; proved by a speech delivered in the convention held at Danville, Kentucky. By the Rev. David Rice. 1793
Bookseller The art of divine contentment. By Thomas Watson, pastor of St. Stephen’s, Walbrook, London, in the year of our lord 1653. Revised and corrected, by Thomas Bennett, Minister of the Gospel. 1793
Bookseller The genuine principles of all religious dissent, and especially of the Protestant dissenters in England, illustrated and defended: a sermon, delivered on Sunday, November 4, 1792, to the congregation of Protestant dissenters, in Hemel-Hempstead. By John Liddon. 1793
Bookseller The glory of the church in the latter day. A sermon preached to the Society which supported the Wednesday’s evening lecture in Great East-Cheap, December 27, 1752. And published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D. 1793
Bookseller The interest of Great Britain, respecting the French war. By William Fox. 1793
Bookseller The interest of Great Britain, respecting the French war. By William Fox. Author of an Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Propriety of Abstaining from West-India Sugar and Rum. 1793
Bookseller The interest of Great Britain, respecting the French War. By William Fox. Author of an Address to the people of Great Britain, on the propriety of abstaining from West-India sugar and rum. The second edition. 1793
Bookseller The interest of Great Britain, respecting the French War. By William Fox. The Fifth edition, corrected. 1793
Bookseller The practical improvement of the watchman’s answer. A sermon preached to the Society which supported the Wednesday’s Evening Lecture in Great Eastcheap, January 1, 1752. And published at their Request. By John Gill, D.D. 1793
Bookseller The whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the king’s attorney-general against Thomas Paine for a libel upon the revolution and settlement of the crown and regal government as by law established; and also upon the bill of rights, the legislature, government, laws, and Parliament of this Kingdom, and upon the King. Tried by a Special Jury in the Court of King's Bench, Guild-hall, on Tuesday, the 18th of December, 1792. Before the right Honourable Lord Kenyon. Taken in Short-Hand by Joseph Gurney. 1793
Bookseller The whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the king’s attorney-general against Thomas Paine for a libel upon the revolution and settlement of the crown and regal government as by law established; and also upon the bill of rights, the legislature, government, laws, and Parliament of this Kingdom, and upon the King. Tried by a Special Jury in the Court of King's Bench, Guild-hall, on Tuesday, the 18th of December, 1792. Before the right Honourable Lord Kenyon. Taken in Short-Hand by Joseph Gurney. Second edition. 1793
Bookseller A Defence of the decree of the National Convention of France, for emancipating the slaves in the West Indies. By W. Fox. 1794
Bookseller A Discourse, Occasioned by the National Fast, February 28, 1794. By W. Fox. 1794
Bookseller Defence of the War against France. By William Fox. 1794
Bookseller Information to those who would remove to America. By Dr. Benjamin Franklin. 1794
Bookseller On Jacobinism, by William Fox. 1794
Bookseller On Peace. By William Fox. 1794

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