ID 4005
Last Name Dodd II
First Name Anne
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Gender Female
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Date of Death 1757
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Place of Death London
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Anne Dodd I
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Publisher A commentary on Mr Pope's principles of morality, or Essay on man. By Mons. Crousaz, ... in answer to a letter of remarks on his Examen, &c. Containing also I. The letter of remarks to Mons. Crousaz. ... V. Some cursory annotations by the translator. 1739
Bookseller A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. 1739
Printer A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. 1739
Printer A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. Note, at the End of this Treatise is a General Index of the names, with a Description of the Situations of all the Islands, &c. which are contained in the annexed Chart, distinguished by numerical References to each other. Likewise an Alphabetical Catalogue of the same Names alone, with the like numerical References, the Uses of which are mention'd at the End of the Whole. 1739
Bookseller A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. Note, at the End of this Treatise is a General Index of the names, with a Description of the Situations of all the Islands, &c. which are contained in the annexed Chart, distinguished by numerical References to each other. Likewise an Alphabetical Catalogue of the same Names alone, with the like numerical References, the Uses of which are mention'd at the End of the Whole. 1739
Bookseller A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. Note, at the End of this Treatise is a General Index of the names, with a Description of the Situations of all the Islands, &c. which are contained in the annexed Chart, distinguished by numerical References to each other. Likewise an Alphabetical Catalogue of the same Names alone, with the like numerical References, the Uses of which are mention'd at the End of the Whole. 1739
Printer A description of the windward passage, and Gulf of Florida, with the course of the British trading-ships to, and from the island of Jamaica. Also An account of the Trade-Winds, and of the variable Winds and Currents on the Coasts thereabouts, at different Seasons of the Year. Illustrated with a chart of the Coast of Florida, and of the Islands of Bahama, Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, and the adjacent smaller Islands, Shoals, Rocks, and other remarkable Things in the Course of the Navigation in the West-Indies. Whereby is demonstrated, The Precariousness of those Voyages to the West-India Merchants, and the Impossibility of their Homeward-Bound Ships keeping clear of the Spanish Guarda Costa's The Whole very necessary for the Information of such as never were in those Parts of the World. To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. Note, at the End of this Treatise is a General Index of the names, with a Description of the Situations of all the Islands, &c. which are contained in the annexed Chart, distinguished by numerical References to each other. Likewise an Alphabetical Catalogue of the same Names alone, with the like numerical References, the Uses of which are mention'd at the End of the Whole. 1739
Publisher A letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company. With a dedication to George Heathcote, Esq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Southwark, and Alderman of the City of London. By Richard Coope, one of the late South-Sea directors. 1739
Publisher A letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company. With a dedication to George Heathcote, Esq; Member of Parliament for the Borough of Southwark, and Alderman of the City of London. By Richard Coope, One of the late South-Sea Directors. The second edition. 1739
Publisher A proper reply to the anti-over-righteous Dr. Trapp's sermons against Mr. Whitefield; or, the doctrine and conduct of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, vindicated, From the Aspersions, and malicious Invectives of his Enemies. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Publick. The Second Edition. 1739
Publisher Alberti Schultens Oratio academica in memoriam Hermanni Boerhavii viri summi. Ex decreto rectoris magnifici et Senatus Academici habita die iv. Novembris, An. MDCCXXXVIII. 1739
Publisher An examination of Mr Pope's Essay on man. Translated from the French of M. Crousaz, Member of the Royal Academies of Sciences at Paris and Bourdeaux; and Professor of Philosophy and Mathematics at Lausanne. 1739
Bookseller An ode, Most Humbly Inscrib'd to His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, on his Birth-Day, Saturday, January 20th, 1738-9. 1739
Publisher Cotejo de la conducta de S. M. con la de el Rey britanico, assi en lo acaecido antes de la convencion de 14. de enero de este anno de 1739. como en lo obrado despues, hasta la publicacion de represalias, y declaracion de guerra. Con licencia en Madrid. His Catholick Majesty's conduct compared with that of His Britannick Majesty, as well with regard, to what happened before the convention of the 14th of January of this year 1739, as to what has been done since; untill the publication of reprisals and declaration of war. Printed by authority at Madrid by Antonio Marin. 1739
Bookseller Country common-sense. Containing, Numb I. An Introductory Discourse; with the Duty of some Magistrates. Numb. II. An Essay on Publick Spirit; and the Self-Lover arraigned at the Bar of Common-Sense. Numb. III. The Monstrous Tail of the Sheep of Adell, which kills the Body: An Excellent Emblem of a Self killing Nation. Numb IV. Abstracts from a Pamphlet, entitled, Observations on British Wool, &c. with proper Reflections. Numb V. The Importance of the Wollen Trade to this Nation; that our Domestick bad Oeconomy and Vices, are most ruinous to our Trade, and how. Numb VI. That we may preserve our Trade, if we will use the same Means as our Ancestors took to establish it, and which our Rivals take to get it from us; with an effectual Scheme to stop the Running of Wool, without an Excise. Numb VII. A Defence of our Bishops Seats in Parliament; with their particular Duty there. By a Gentleman of Wales. 1739
Bookseller Epidemical madness: a poem in imitation of Horace. 1739
Bookseller His Catholick Majesty’s manifesto, justifying his conduct in relation to the late convention. With his reasons for not paying the ninety five thousand pounds 1739
Publisher News from the dead: or, a weekly-packet of intelligence, piping-hot from the other world. 1739
Publisher Observations upon the manifesto of His Catholick Majesty; with an answer to his reasons for not paying the ninety-five thousand pounds. In vindication of the honour of Great Britain. 1739
Publisher Observations upon the manifesto of His Catholick Majesty; with an answer to his reasons for not paying the ninety-five thousand pounds. In vindication of the honour of Great Britain. The Second Edition. 1739
Bookseller Remarks on the Reverend Mr. Whitefield's journal. Wherein many of his inconsistences [sic] are pointed out, and his tenets consider'd. The Whole shewing the Dangerous Tendency of His Doctrine. Address'd to the Religious Societies. 1739
Bookseller Taste. An essay. By J. S. D.S.P. The Second Edition. 1739
Bookseller Taste. An essay. By J. S. D.S.P. The Second Edition. 1739
Publisher The conduct and doctrine of the Reverend Mr. Whitefield, vindicated, from the aspersions, and malicious invectives of his enemies. Humbly submitted to the Consideration of the Publick. 1739
Publisher The golden fleece: or The trade, interest, and well-being of Great Britain considered. With remarks on the present decay of our woollen manufactures, and the impending dangers that threaten this kingdom by suffering (or conniving at) the illegal exportation of British and Irish wool, and woollen goods thoroughly manufactured in Ireland, to foreign parts. Likewise heads for a bill, to put an effectual stop to this matchless evil, so injurious to both king and country. To which is added, a scheme, or proposal, for taking away those burthensome duties on leather, soap, candles, painted silks, and starch, which raise net, but 473,427 l. and yet cost the subject at least three times as much; and to replace the like sum, by a small duty on wool; also to employ the same officers in the service of their country, to register the wool of Great Britain and Ireland; by which alteration, the following proposal will clearly demonstrate, that no rank or condition of men will pay one shilling, where they now pay ten, by the aforesaid duties on leather, soap, candles, &c. and at the same time, add many millions sterling yearly to the trade of the nation. Submitted to the consideration of Parliament, as also the landlords, tenants, manufactures, and fair traders, for whose ease and benefit this is designed. Salus Populi Suprema Lex. The Fourth Edition, with Additions. 1739

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