There are 223 titles associated with this person.

@book{ wphp_25429
  author={de Crousaz,Jean-Pierre},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25274
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25274
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25408
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25638
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25408
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25638
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25620
  author={Coope,Richard},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25947
  author={Coope,Richard},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25320
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25581
  author={Schultens,Albert},
  year={1739},
  title={Alberti Schultens Oratio academica in memoriam Hermanni Boerhavii viri summi. Ex decreto rectoris magnifici et Senatus Academici habita die iv. Novembris, An. MDCCXXXVIII.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25608
  author={de Crousaz,Jean-Pierre},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25426
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={An ode, Most Humbly Inscrib'd to His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales, on his Birth-Day, Saturday, January 20th, 1738-9.},
  publisher={John Brindley \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25814
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Cooper \& Robert Amey \& Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25203
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={Gloucester},    }
@book{ wphp_25307
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={Epidemical madness: a poem in imitation of Horace.},
  publisher={John Brindley \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_21768
  author={,Philip},
  year={1739},
  title={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},
  publisher={Robert Amey \& Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25508
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={News from the dead: or, a weekly-packet of intelligence, piping-hot from the other world.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25211
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Thomas Cooper \& Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II \& Robert Amey},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25158
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II \& Robert Amey \& Thomas Cooper},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25271
  author={G.,T.},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25150
  author={Rollin,Charles},
  year={1739},
  title={Taste. An essay. By J. S. D.S.P. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25306
  author={Rollin,Charles},
  year={1739},
  title={Taste. An essay. By J. S. D.S.P. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25636
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25793
  author={Smith,Simon},
  year={1739},
  title={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.},
  publisher={Robert Viney \& Edward Comyns \& Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25688
  author={Broughton,Thomas},
  year={1739},
  title={The inspiration of the New Testament asserted: the integrity of the sacred writers vindicated; and the method of salvation by a redeemer confirmed. In answer to a late book of Mr. Chubb's, entitled, The true gospel of Jesus Christ asserted. Humbly offered to Publick Consideration, And in particular to all those who esteem themselves, or are esteemed by others to be Holders forth of New-Light, and Great Proficients in Moral Argument. In a letter to that author. By Phileleutherus Christianus.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25107
  author={Dodd,John},
  year={1739},
  title={The Irresistible Fair, a Poem. Humbly Inscrib'd to that Incomparable, and Celebrated Beauty, Miss F--y Be--l. By J. Dodd, Philomathes.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25523
  author={Cruden,Alexander},
  year={1739},
  title={The london-Citizen exceedingly injured: or a British inquisition display'd, in an account of the unparallel'd case of a citizen of London, bookseller to the late Queen, who was in a most unjust and arbitrary Manner sent on the 23d of March 1737/8, by one Robert Wightman of Edinburgh, a mere Stranger, to a private madhouse. Containing, I. An Account of the said Citizen's barbarous Treatment in Wright's Private Madhouse on Bethnal-Green for nine Weeks and six Days, and of his rational and patient Behaviour, whilst Chained, Handcuffed, Strait-Wastecoated and Imprisoned in the said Madhouse: Where he probably would have been continued, or died under his Confinement, if he had not most Providentially made his Escape: In which he was taken up by the Constable and Watchmen, being suspected to be a Felon, but was unchain'd and set at liberty by Sir John Barnard the then Lord Mayor. II. As also an Account of the illegal Steps, false Calumnies, wicked Contrivances, bold and desperate Designs of the said Wightman, in order to escape Justice for his Crimes, with some Account of his engaging Dr. Monro the Chairman, and Dr. Guyse, Mr. Crooksbank, J. Oswald, J. Coake, and R. Horton to be Judges of his Blind-Bench, and others as his Accomplices. The whole humbly addressed to the legislature, as plainly shewing the absolute Necessity of regulating Private Madhouses in a more effectual manner than at present.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II \& Thomas Cooper},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24986
  author={Cruden,Alexander},
  year={1739},
  title={The london-Citizen exceedingly injured: or a British inquisition display'd, in an account of the unparallel'd case of a citizen of London, bookseller to the late Queen, who was in a most unjust and arbitrary Manner sent on the 23d of March last, 1738, by one Robert Wightman, a mere Stranger, to a private madhouse Containing, I. An Account of the said Citizen's barbarous Treatment in Wright's Private Madhouse on Bethnal-Green for nine Weeks and six Days, and of his rational and patient Behaviour, whilst Chained, Handcuffed, Strait-Wastecoated and Imprisoned in the said Madhouse: Where he probably would have been continued, or died under his Confinement, if he had not most Providentially made his Escape: In which he was taken up by the Constable and Watchmen, being suspected to be a Felon, but was unchain'd and set at liberty by Sir John Barnard the then Lord Mayor. II. As also an Account of the illegal Steps, false Calumnies, wicked Contrivances, bold and desperate Designs of the said Wightman, in order to escape Justice for his Crimes, with some Account of his engaging Dr. Monro and others as his Accomplices. The Whole humbly addressed to the Legislature, as plainly shewing the absolute Necessity of regulating Private Madhouses in a more effectual manner than at present.},
  publisher={Thomas Cooper \& Anne Dodd I \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25625
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={The philosopher's stone; or grand elixir, discover'd by Friar Bacon; and now publish'd as a counterpart to the degradation of gold by an anti-elixir. With a few notes, by no adept.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24918
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={The present state of politicks in Europe. With some observations on the present posture of our own affairs.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25509
  author={Trapp,Joseph},
  year={1739},
  title={The tragedy of King Saul. Written by the author of Abra-mule: or, love and empire. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25509
  author={Trapp,Joseph},
  year={1739},
  title={The tragedy of King Saul. Written by the author of Abra-mule: or, love and empire. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24950
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1739},
  title={True Character of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield; In a Letter from a Deist in London, to his Friend in the Country. With some Observations on the Dispute between Dr. Trapp and Mr. Whitefield, and the Behaviour of the Clergy. Likewise the sentiments, manners, &c. of deists, fairly stated by real truths.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24916
  author={Ayre,William},
  year={1739},
  title={Truth. A counterpart to Mr. Pope’s Essay on man. Epistle the second, Opposing his opinions of Man as an Individual. By Mr. Ayre},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25841
  author={Whitefield,George},
  year={1740},
  title={A Collection of papers, lately printed in the daily advertiser. Containing, I. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London, dated at New-Brunswick in New-Jersey, April 27, 1740. II. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, to the inhabitants of Maryland, Virginia, North and South-Carolina. III. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield to a friend in London; shewing the fundamental error of a book called The Whole Duty of Man. IV. A letter from the Rev. Mr. Whitefield, at Georgia, to a friend in London, wherein he vindicates his asserting, that Archbishop Tillotson knew no more of true Christianity than Mahomet. V. A second letter on the same subject. VI. Some observations on the Rev. Mr. Whitefield and his opposers. VII. The manner of the childrens spending their time at the Orphan-House in Georgia.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25370
  author={Seagrave,Robert},
  year={1740},
  title={A draught of the justification of man, different from the present language of our pulpits. By Robert Seagrave ...},
  publisher={Alexander Cruden \& John Oswald \& Thomas Astley \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25518
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740},
  title={A poem on the death of the Honourable the Lady Elizabeth Hastings.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24980
  author={Turnbull,George},
  year={1740},
  title={An Impartial Enquiry into the Moral Character of Jesus Christ: Wherein he is Considered as a Philosopher. In a Letter to a Friend.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25452
  author={Seward,William},
  year={1740},
  title={Journal of a voyage from Savannah to Philadelphia, and from Philadelphia to England, M, DCC.XL. By William Seward, Gent. Companion in Travel with the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24931
  author={Jackson,Andrew},
  year={1740},
  title={Paradise Lost: A Poem. Attempted in Rhime. Book I},
  publisher={Andrew Jackson \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25410
  author={Milton,John and Jackson,Andrew},
  year={1740},
  title={Paradise lost: a poem. Attempted in rhime. Book I.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25323
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740},
  title={Reasons for an immediate war against France.},
  publisher={Robert Amey \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25281
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740},
  title={The History of Thamas Kuli Khan, Shah, or Sophi of Persia. Extracted from the French.},
  publisher={John Wilcox \& Anne Dodd II \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25730
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740?},
  title={The Importance of Jamaica to Great-Britain, consider'd. With some account of that island, from its discovery in 1492 to this time: and a list of the governors and presidents, with an account of their towns, harbours, bays, buildings, inhabitants, whites and negroes, &c. The country and people cleared from misrepresentations; the misbehaviour of Spanish governors by entertaining pirates, and plundering the inhabitants and merchants of Jamaica, and the rise of the pirates among them. An account of their fruits, drugs, timber and dying-woods, and of the uses they are apply'd to there: with a description of exotick plants, preserved in the gardens of the curious in England; and of the kitchen and flower-gardens in the West-Indies. Also of their beasts, birds, fishes, and insects; with their eatables and potables, distempers and remedies. With an account of their trade and produce; with the advantages they are of to Great-Britain, Ireland, and the colonies in North-America, and the commodities they take in return from them, with the danger they are in from the French at Hispaniola, and their other islands and settlements on the continent, by the encouragements they have over the British planters. With instances of insults they have given His Majesty's subjects in the West-Indies and on the main. With the representation of His Late Majesty when elector of Hanover, and of the House of Lords, against a peace, which could not be safe or honourable if Spain or the West-Indies were allotted to any branch of the House of Bourbon. In a letter to a gentleman. In which is added, a postscript, of the benefits which may arise by keeping of Carthagena, to Great-Britain and our American colonies; with an account of what goods are used in the Spanish trade, and hints of settling it after the French method (by sending of women there) and of the trade and method of living of the Spaniards; and English South-Sea Company's factors there.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25776
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1740?},
  title={The nature of true patriotism delineated, in a sermon, preached, February 4, 1740. Being the day appointed for publick humiliation, fasting and prayer. By a country curate.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25364
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740?},
  title={The trial of Mrs. Branch, and her daughter, for the murder of Jane Buttersworth, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Chapple, at Somerset assizes, March 31, 1740. With a Preface, Containing an exact Account, taken from the Persons who saw the Lights in Hemington Church-Yard, the Night before the Corpse was taken up, and the true Motives for taking up the Corpse. To which are added, true copies of some very material informations, taken before Joseph Houlton, and Robert Smith, Esqrs. Justices of the Peace. With a just account of the prisoners behaviour at their trial; at, and after Sentence; and at the Place of Execution. and at the place of execution. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={James Leake I \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25569
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1740?},
  title={The trial of Mrs. Branch, and her daughter, for the murder of Jane Buttersworth, before the Hon. Mr. Justice Chapple, at Somerset assizes, March 31, 1740. With a preface, containing an exact acount, taken from the persons who saw the lights in Hemington church-yard, the night before the corpse was taken up, and the true motives for taking up the corpse. To which are added, true copies of some very material informations, taken before Joseph Houlton, and Robert Smith, Esqrs. Justices of the Peace. With a just account of the prisoners behaviour at their trial; at, and after sentence; and at the place of execution.},
  publisher={James Leake I \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25076
  author={Barnard,John},
  year={1741},
  title={A present for an apprentice: Or, A sure guide to gain both esteem and estate. With rules for his conduct to his master, and in the world. Under the following heads, lying, dishonesty, fidelity, temperance, excess of all kinds, government of the tongue, other peoples quarrels, quarrels of one's own, affability, frugality, industry, value of time, company, friendship, bonds and securities, recreations, gaming, company of women, horse-keeping, proper persons to deal with, suspicion, resentment, complacency, tempers and faces of men, irresolution and indolence, caution in setting-up great rents fine shops, servants, choice of a wife, happiness after marriage, domestick quarrels, house-keeping, education of children, politicks, religion. By a late Lord Mayor of London.},
  publisher={Francis Coggan [Cogan] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25842
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={A Serious address to the electors of Great Britain. In which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially represented and considered: and such gentlemen pointed out, as are most deserving of the favour of the electors, in the approaching choice of their representatives.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25220
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={A serious address to the electors of Great-Britain. In which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially represented and consider'd: And such Gentlemen pointed out, as are most deserving of the Favour of the Electors, in the approaching Choice of their Representatives.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25277
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={A true account of the election for Members of Parliament for the City and Liberties of Westminster: in a Letter from an Independent Elector to a Liveryman of the City of London. Containing, A Just Relation of the Arbitrary Proceedings and overhearing Methods that were made use of to return the two old Members, by closing the Poll, before one Third of the legal Voters had polled, and an Impartial Inquiry into the different Motives that occasion'd Admiral vernon being put up at both Places on adverse Interests.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25717
  author={London,John},
  year={1741},
  title={An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme, and the draper's pamphlet; shewing, that the remarker hath not made the least objection to the scheme, which the draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least fact which he advanc'd: as also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the truth of the calculation is undoubted. To which is added, a copy of the letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our wool; which letter also contains a short, but pathetick address, to the electors of Great-Britain. Written at the time of the last election, and altogether as necessary at this time, with some other reasons; setting forth the probability of such a stipulation also, a petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an act to confirm the charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: which petition was not refused, on account of such a charter not having been granted, but as a private bill that came too late. By John London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25717
  author={London,John},
  year={1741},
  title={An answer to the pretended remarks on Mr. Webber's scheme, and the draper's pamphlet; shewing, that the remarker hath not made the least objection to the scheme, which the draper recommended, nor disprov'd the least fact which he advanc'd: as also, that all that hath been alledged by the Gentleman's Magazine against it is groundless, and that the truth of the calculation is undoubted. To which is added, a copy of the letter which Mr. Webber received, concerning its being stipulated that France should have our wool; which letter also contains a short, but pathetick address, to the electors of Great-Britain. Written at the time of the last election, and altogether as necessary at this time, with some other reasons; setting forth the probability of such a stipulation also, a petition, intended to have been presented to Parliament, praying, an act to confirm the charter which His Majesty granted Mr. Webber: which petition was not refused, on account of such a charter not having been granted, but as a private bill that came too late. By John London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25557
  author={Fielding,Henry},
  year={1741},
  title={An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews. In which the many notorious falshoods and misreprsentations [sic] of a book called Pamela, are exposed and refuted; and all the matchless Arts of that young Politician, set in a true and just Light. Together with a full Account of all that passed between her and Parson Arthur Williams; whose Character is represented in a manner something different from that which he bears in Pamela. The hole being exact Copies of Authentick Papers delivered to the Editor. Necessary to be had in all Families. By Mr. Conny Keyber.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25627
  author={Fielding,Henry},
  year={1741},
  title={An apology for the life of Mrs. Shamela Andrews. In which, the many notorious falshoods and misrepresentations of a book called Pamela, are exposed and refuted; and all the matchless arts of that young politician, set in a true and just light. Together with a full account of all that passed between her and parson Arthur Williams; whose character is represented in a manner something different from what he bears in Pamela. The whole being exact copies of authentick papers delivered to the editor. Necessary to be had in all families. By Mr. Conny Keyber.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25442
  author={Menzikowitz,M},
  year={1741},
  title={An authentick account of the condemnation and execution of Prince Nicolas Wolinski, Great Hunter and Master of the Cabinet (or Prime Minister) to her Imperial Majesty the late Czarina of Russia. Who was accused by his country of being an enemy to her Majesty's government, and contriving the Subversion thereof, by traiterously Oppressing and defrauding the Subjects in his Exactions, and deceiving the Empress by false and pernicious Councels, for which he was executed on the 12th of July last. With a particular Relation of his taking Leave of his Children, the Death of his Lady, who expired with Grief at their Interview, the Manner of his Beheading and last Farewell to the Spectators. By M. Menzikowitz, a Native of Russia.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25389
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={Considerations on several proposals for preventing the exportation of wool. With Heads of a scheme for that Purpose: and also Some short Answers to Part of the Remarks on Mr. Webber's Scheme, and the Draper's Pamphlet. By a Member of the late Parliament.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25563
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={Menander and Aurelia: or, the triumph of love, and constancy. A novel. ------- Enter'd according to the Act of Parliament.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25573
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1741},
  title={National ingratitude exemplified, in the case of Gideon, and his family; and applied to the present times. A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street November 5. 1740. By Joseph Stennett. The Fifth Edition.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& Henry Whitridge [Royal Exchange] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25294
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1741},
  title={National ingratitude exemplified, in the case of Gideon, and his family; and applied to the present Times. A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street November 5. 1740. By Joseph Stennett. The Fourth Edition.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& Henry Whitridge [Royal Exchange] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25466
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1741},
  title={National ingratitude exemplified, in the case of gideon, and his family; and applied to the present times. A sermon preach'd in Little-wild-Street November 5. 1740. By Joseph Stennett. The Third Edition.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& Henry Whitridge [Royal Exchange] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25352
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1741},
  title={National ingratitude exemplished, in the case of gideon, and his family; and applied to the present times. A sermon preach'd in little-wild-street November 5. 1740. By Joseph Stennett. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& Henry Whitridge [Royal Exchange] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25612
  author={Webster,William},
  year={1741},
  title={The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25612
  author={Webster,William},
  year={1741},
  title={The consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation; of the woollen trade in particular, and the great Superiority of it over all other Branches of Trade. The present State of it in England and France, with an Account of our Loss and their Gains. The Danger we are in of becoming a Province to France, unless an Effectual and Immediate Stop be put to the Exportation of our Wool. With A Narrative of the Steps taken by Mr. Webber, for getting an Act of Parliament to confirm a Charter granted him by his Majesty nine Years ago, for an Universal Registry in Charter. By a draper of London. The Fifth Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25198
  author={Fielding,Henry},
  year={1741},
  title={The crisis: a sermon, on Revel. XIV. 9, 10, 11. Necessary to be preached in all the churches in England, Wales, and Berwick upon Tweed, at or before the next general election. Humbly inscribed to the Right Reverend the Bench of Bishops. By a lover of his country.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Henry Chapelle [Chappelle]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25081
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={The Death of M-l-n in the Life of Cicero. Being a proper criticism on that marvellous performance. By an Oxford scholar.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25139
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741},
  title={The priest and the widow, a tale.},
  publisher={Edward Comyns \& Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& J. Jackson \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25790
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1741?},
  title={Seasonable advice to the disinterested freeholders of Great Britain: in which the conduct and designs both of the court and country parties are impartially stated and examined, and such pointed out as are most deserving in the approaching elections.},
  publisher={Mary Cooper \& Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Anne Dodd II \& George Woodfall [Charing Cross] \& Henry Chapelle [Chappelle]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25491
  author={Balls,Roger},
  year={1742},
  title={A discourse on justification, by the imputation of Christ's righteousness. ... Publish'd at the request of some that heard it, by Roger Balls; ... The Third Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25195
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1742},
  title={A new court register...},
  publisher={Thomas Cooper \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25387
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1742},
  title={The candidates guide; or, the electors rights decided. Shewing the determination of the rights of elections, by the Honble the Commons of Great Britain ... in all contraverted elections ... The third edition, corrected and improved with great additions. To which is added the like determinations in contraverted elections for North Britain, since the union. ... Together with the heads of the statutes now in force ... By J. C. Gent.},
  publisher={John Brindley \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25328
  author={van Haren,Willem},
  year={1742},
  title={The praise of peace. A poem. In three cantos. From the Dutch of M. van Haren, one of the Deputies of the Province of West-Friesland in the Assembly of their High Mightinesses the States General. By Mr Boyse.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25321
  author={Pym,John},
  year={1742},
  title={The remarkable speech of John Pym, Esq; in the House of Lords, upon the impeachment of Thomas Earl of Strafford for high treason.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25748
  author={Amhurst,Nicholas},
  year={1742},
  title={The test of love. An epistle to a friend.},
  publisher={Edward Comyns \& Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& J. Jackson \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25460
  author={de La Noüe,Denis Malbrand},
  year={1743},
  title={A declaration of Monsieur de la Noue, to the diet of the Empire, at Francfort, in the name of the French King. With proper observations upon that masterpiece of French policy. Translated from the Dutch.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25513
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1743},
  title={A Poem on the battle of Dettingen. Inscrib'd to the King.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25542
  author={Cibber,Colley},
  year={1743},
  title={A second letter from Mr. Cibber to Mr. Pope. In reply to some additional verses in his Dunciad, which he has not yet publish'd.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25010
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1743},
  title={A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street, The 17th of July, 1743. being the day appointed, by their Excellencies the Lords Justices, for returning thanks to Almighty God, for the late glorious victory obtained by his Majesty at Dettingen. Published at the request of the congregation. By Joseph Stennett.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25008
  author={Stennett,Joseph},
  year={1743},
  title={A sermon preach'd in Little-Wild-Street, the 17th of July, 1743. Being the day appointed, by their excellencies the Lords Justices, for returning thanks to Almighty God, for the late glorious victory obtained by His Majesty at Dettingen. Published at the request of the congregation. By Joseph Stennett. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Aaron Ward \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25299
  author={Cleland,Archibald},
  year={1743},
  title={An appeal to the publick: Or, a Plain Narrative of Facts, Relating to the Proceedings of a Party of the Governors of the New General-Hospital at Bath, against Mr. Archibald Cleland, (one of the Surgeons of the said Hospital) At an Extraordinary Meeting of the Governors, held in their General Committee-Room, the 21st of September, 1743.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25772
  author={Cromwell,Oliver},
  year={1743},
  title={Enthusiasm display'd: being a true copy of a most learned, conscientious, and devout exercise, or sermon, held forth the last Lord's day of April, 1649. at Sir P---- T----'s house in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell. As it was faithfully taken in characters by Aaron Guerdon. To which are added, I. The general character of Oliver, extracted from various Authors. II. His Particular Character. By Bevil Higgons; Esq; III. An exact Account of his Magnificent Lying in State, and Pompous Funeral. IV. Some Conjectures concerning the Place of his Burial. By Bishop Kennet. V. Poems on his death. By Mr. Waller and Mr. Cowley.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25772
  author={Cromwell,Oliver},
  year={1743},
  title={Enthusiasm display'd: being a true copy of a most learned, conscientious, and devout exercise, or sermon, held forth the last Lord's day of April, 1649. at Sir P---- T----'s house in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Lieutenant General Oliver Cromwell. As it was faithfully taken in characters by Aaron Guerdon. To which are added, I. The general character of Oliver, extracted from various Authors. II. His Particular Character. By Bevil Higgons; Esq; III. An exact Account of his Magnificent Lying in State, and Pompous Funeral. IV. Some Conjectures concerning the Place of his Burial. By Bishop Kennet. V. Poems on his death. By Mr. Waller and Mr. Cowley.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25652
  author={Macklin,Charles},
  year={1743},
  title={Mr. Macklin's reply to Mr. Garrick's answer. To which are prefix'd, all the papers, which have publickly appeared, in regard to this important dispute.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25590
  author={Decker,Matthew},
  year={1743},
  title={Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: with a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax. By a well-wisher to the good people of Great-Britain.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25208
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1743},
  title={The Relative duty of creditors and debtors considered. Shewing, the indispensable obligation debtors are under to make the utmost restitution to their creditors; and proposing some arguments and reasons for the gentleness and compassion of creditors towards in solvent debtors. With some objections answered, and cases relating to this subject stated and cleared, in a sermon preached in the Chappel of the Fleet Prison, Jan. 23. 1742-3. Published by request.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25149
  author={Cleland,Archibald},
  year={1744},
  title={A full vindication of Mr. Cleland's Appeal to the publick: wherein the gross misrepresentations and falshoods contain'd in a late pamphlet, call'd, A short vindication of the proceedings of the Governors of the General Hospital at Bath, ... will be clearly detected and expos'd. ... By Archibald Cleland, Surgeon.},
  publisher={William Frederick \& },
  address={Bath},    }
@book{ wphp_25112
  author={Trevanion,John},
  year={1744},
  title={A review of two pamphlets lately publish'd: The one intitled, An appeal to the publick: or, A plain narrative of facts relating to the proceedings of the governors of the new General Hospital at Bath, against Mr. Archibald Cleland, one of the surgeons of the said hospital: and the other, a short vindication of the proceedings of the governors, in relation to the said Mr. Cleland. Together with some impartial remarks on the latter; and a justification of the author's own conduct in that affair. By John Trevanion, of Cheltenham, gent.},
  publisher={Robert Goadby [Bath] \& },
  address={Bath},    }
@book{ wphp_25675
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={A short vindication of the proceedings of the Governors of the General Hospital at Bath, in relation to Mr. Archibald Cleland, Late Surgeon to the said Hospital; wherein The several Facts misrepresented in a Pamphlet, call'd, An Appeal to the Publick, by Mr. Cleland, Are Fairly Stated. To which is prefix'd, A short narrative of the proceedings. By the Governors of the Hospital, who voted for Mr. Cleland's dismission},
  publisher={James Leake I \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25501
  author={Cannon,Thomas},
  year={1744},
  title={Apollo; a poem: or the Origin of the world assign'd. With reflections upon human nature. By Mr. Cannon, of Gray's-Inn.},
  publisher={James Roberts [Warwick Lane] \& Anne Dodd II \& Joseph Fox I},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25635
  author={Decker,Matthew},
  year={1744},
  title={Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: With a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax. By a Well-wisher to the good people of Great-Britain. The Fourth Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25550
  author={Decker,Matthew},
  year={1744},
  title={Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: with a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax. By a well-wisher to the good people of Great-Britain. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25758
  author={Decker,Matthew},
  year={1744},
  title={Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general, (as well as it's trade in particular) labours under: With a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from any search, and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax. By a Well-wisher to the good people of Great-Britain. The Third Edition.},
  publisher={John Palairet \& Samuel Birt \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& M. Hett \& Robert Amey \& John Jolliffe \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24975
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={Siris in the Shades: A Dialogue Concerning Tar Water; Between Mr. Benjamin Smith, lately deceased, Dr. Hancock, and Dr. Garth, at their Meeting upon the Banks of the River Styx.},
  publisher={Charles Bathurst [Cross Keys] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24951
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={The Equity of Parnassus: A Poem.},
  publisher={Charles Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25769
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={The lady's drawing room. Being a faithfull picture of the great world. In which the various humours of both sexes are display'd. Drawn from the life: and Interspers'd with entertaining and affecting Novels.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25769
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={The lady's drawing room. Being a faithfull picture of the great world. In which the various humours of both sexes are display'd. Drawn from the life: and Interspers'd with entertaining and affecting Novels.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25434
  author={Pope,Alexander},
  year={1744},
  title={The last will and testament of Alexander Pope, of Twickenham, Esq; to which is added, an inscription wrote by himself.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25127
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1744},
  title={Thelamont; or, perfect generosity. A novel. By the editor of Clidanor and Cecilia. Being the second novel of that collection.},
  publisher={Mary Cooper \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22402
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1745},
  title={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, ... To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. ... To which is now annexed, a very remarkable letter, ... By the late John Cowley, geographer to His Majesty. The fourth edition with additions.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22402
  author={Cowley,John},
  year={1745},
  title={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, ... To which are added, some proposals for the better securing of the British trade and navigation to and from the West-Indies. ... To which is now annexed, a very remarkable letter, ... By the late John Cowley, geographer to His Majesty. The fourth edition with additions.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25927
  author={Drake,William},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preach'd at Hatfield, on Sunday, October the 6th, 1745. On occasion of the Present troubles at Home, and Abroad. By William Drake, M. A. Rector of Full-Sutton, and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Blaney.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25000
  author={Herring,Thomas},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of York, September the 22d, 1745. On occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland. By Thomas, lord archbishop of York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25304
  author={Herring,Thomas},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of York, September the 22d, 1745. On occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland. By Thomas, lord archbishop of York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25897
  author={Herring,Thomas},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preach'd at the Cathedral Church of York, September the 22d, 1745; On occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland. By the Most Reverend Father in God, Thomas, lord archbishop of York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25920
  author={Herring,Thomas},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preached at the cathedral church of York, September the 22d 1745; on occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland. By the Most Reverend Father in God, Thomas Lord Archbishop of York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25655
  author={Thomas,John},
  year={1745},
  title={A sermon preached before the House of Lords, in the Abbey-Church of Westminster, on Wednesday, January 30th, 1744. Being the Day appointed to be observed as the Day of the Martyrdom of King Charles I. By John Lord Bishop of Lincoln. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25297
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={An address to that honest part of the nation, call'd the lower sort of people; on the subject of popery and the pretender.},
  publisher={Charles Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24982
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={An Address to that Honest Part of the Nation, Call'd the Lower Sort of People; on the Subject of Popery and the Pretender. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={Charles Corbett \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25930
  author={Hill,John Samuel},
  year={1745},
  title={False zeal and Christian zeal distinguish'd, or, the essentials of popery describ'd. A sermon preach'd in The Parish Churches of Thornton and Pickering, In Yorkshire. On Occasion of the present Rebellion. By J. S. Hill, M. A. Rector of Thoruton, and Chaplain to His Grace the Lord Archbishop of York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25911
  author={Jones,Gibbon},
  year={1745},
  title={Fear God, and honour the King. A sermon preached At the Church of Saint Margaret in Ipswich, on Sunday the 29th Day of December, 1745. By the Rev. Mr. Gibbon Jones, Rector of Sudburn and Oreford, in the County of Suffolk; and Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Earl of Radnor.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25300
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={Seasonable advice to the inhabitants of Yorkshire. By a Yorkshire-man.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25104
  author={},
  year={1745},
  title={The Hampstead Congress: or, the happy pair.},
  publisher={Mary Cooper \& Anne Dodd II \& George Woodfall [Charing Cross]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25311
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={The hampstead congress: or, the happy pair.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25311
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={The hampstead congress: or, the happy pair.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25873
  author={Dupont,John},
  year={1745},
  title={The insolent invasion of Senacherib against Jerusalem, repell'd and defeated by God. A sermon preached at Aysgarth, On Sunday the 10th of November, 1745. On Occasion of the Present Rebellion in Scotland, and the Intended Invasion from France and Spain. By John Du Pont, A. B. Vicar of Aysgarth.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25888
  author={Suger,Zachary},
  year={1745},
  title={The preservation of Judah from the insults and invasion of the idolatrous Assyrians. A sermon preach'd at York, on Sunday, the 29th day of Sept. 1745. On occasion of the Present Rebellion in Scotland, And Intended Invasion by the French. By Zach. Suger, M. A. Chaplain to his Grace the Duke of Gordon. The Second Edition Corrected.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25877
  author={Suger,Zachary},
  year={1745},
  title={The preservation of Judah from the insults and invasion of the idolatrous assyrians. A sermon preach'd at York, on Sunday, the 29th day of Sept. 1745. On occasion of the present rebellion in Scotland, and intended invasion by the French. By Zach. Suger, M.A. chaplain to His Grace the Duke of Gordon. The third edition corrected.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25923
  author={Suger,Zachary},
  year={1745},
  title={The preservation of Judah from the insults and invasions of the idolatrous Assyrians. A sermon preach'd at York, on Sunday the 29th day of Sept. 1745. On occasion of the Present Rebellion in Scotland. And Intended Invasion by the French. By Zach. Suger, M. A. Chaplain to His Grace the Duke of Gordon.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25417
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745},
  title={The seventh satyre of Juvenal imitated.},
  publisher={Charles Bathurst [Cross Keys] \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25912
  author={Daville,John},
  year={1745?},
  title={A sermon preached at York, on Sunday the 29th of September, 1745. on occasion of the present rebellion. By John Daville, ... The Second Edition.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25892
  author={Daville,John},
  year={1745?},
  title={A sermon preached at York, on Sunday the 29th of September, 1745. On occasion of the present rebellion. By John Daville, A.B. master of a grammar-school in York.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25400
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1745?},
  title={Remarkable cures perform'd by tar-water; collected out of the Gentleman's magazine, &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25887
  author={Howdell,William},
  year={1745?},
  title={The duty and interest of every true Englishman to oppose a popish pretender. A sermon Preached in the Parish Church of Pontefract, October 6, 1745. And Published at the Request of The Right Worshipful the Mayor and Aldermen of that Corporation. By William Howdell, M. A. Of East-Hardwick, in the Parish of Pontefract.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25461
  author={Canning,Richard},
  year={1746},
  title={A sermon preach'd Dec. 18, 1745, on occasion of the present rebellion. By Richard Canning, M.A. minister of St. Lawrence, Ipswich, and rector of Harksted, in Suffolk.},
  publisher={William Craighton \& },
  address={Ipswich},    }
@book{ wphp_25205
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={On the late decease of the Honourable John Spencer, Esq; an elegiac essay. Humbly inscribed to His Grace the Duke of M----------.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25712
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={One thousand, seven hundred, and forty-five. A satiric-epistle; after the manner of Mr. Pope.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25517
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={Past and present, or, times compared: a satire. By the author of One thousand seven hundred and forty-five.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25572
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={Physic in danger: being the complaint of the Company of Undertakers, against the Doctors T-, C-, and D-. Addressed to the College of Physicians: Containing remarks upon the pamphlets lately published by those three gentlemen.},
  publisher={J. Lowndes \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25580
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1746},
  title={The case of the revolution truly stated; or, full proof that the Pretender (if allow'd to be King James's son) has no more right to the crown of England, than King Saul's son had to the throne of Judah.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25905
  author={Holmes,William},
  year={1746},
  title={The frauds of popery, and the abettors of the present rebellion, set in a true light. A sermon preach'd at the church in Doncaster, on Sunday the 29th of December, 1745. By William Holmes, Master of the Grammar-School in Pontefract, and Curate of Ferry-Fryston. Published at the Request of the Corporation.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25904
  author={Holmes,William},
  year={1746},
  title={The frauds of popery, and the folly of the abettors of the present rebellion, set in a true light. A sermon preach'd at the church in Doncaster, on Sunday the 29th of December, 1745. By William Holmes, Master of the Grammar-School in Pontefract, and Curate of Ferry-Fryston. The second edition, corrected.},
  publisher={John Hildyard \& },
  address={York},    }
@book{ wphp_25292
  author={W.,T.},
  year={1746},
  title={The present condition of Great-Britain, in a discourse upon things that have not been considered, though they are of the greatest consequence to her. With a true state of the case between us and the Dutch, that may not be unworthy of the Deliberations of that august Assembly by which we are represented in Parliament; and particularly in that great Article which fills them with so many Terrors as are insinuated in our present Accounts from Holland.},
  publisher={Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& M. Cook \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25319
  author={Mead,Richard},
  year={1747},
  title={A discourse of the small-pox and measles. By Richard Mead, Fellow of the London and Edinburgh Colleges of Physicians, and of the Royal-Society, and Physician to the King. To this is subjoined The commentary of Rhazes, a most celebrated Arabian physician, on the same diseases. Translated from the Latin, by a physician.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Elizabeth Amey},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25161
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1747},
  title={A letter to the heads of the University of Oxford, on a late very remarkable affair.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24913
  author={Fielding,Henry},
  year={1747},
  title={Ovid’s Art of love paraphrased, and adapted to the present time. With notes. And a most correct edition of the original. Book I.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II \& George Woodfall [Charing Cross] \& Mary Cooper},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25114
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1747},
  title={The female rebels: being some remarkable incidents of the lives, characters, and families of the titular Duke and Dutchess of Perth, the Lord and Lady Ogilvie, and of Miss Florence M'donald. Containing several particulars of these remarkable persons not hitherto published.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_22653
  author={},
  year={1748},
  title={Adollizing: or, A lively picture of adoll-worship. A poem in five canto's.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25539
  author={Baron,Richard},
  year={1748},
  title={An enquiry into the behaviour of our great churchmen since the reformation in the enacting and executing of penal laws against papists and Protestant diffenters.},
  publisher={John Noon \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25122
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1748},
  title={Memoirs of the life and times, of Sir Thomas Deveil, Knight, one of His Majesty's justices of the peace, For the Counties of Middlesex, Essex, Surry and Hertfordshire, the City and Liberty of Westminster, the Tower of London, and the Liberties thereof, &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25122
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1748},
  title={Memoirs of the life and times, of Sir Thomas Deveil, Knight, one of His Majesty's justices of the peace, For the Counties of Middlesex, Essex, Surry and Hertfordshire, the City and Liberty of Westminster, the Tower of London, and the Liberties thereof, &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25091
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1748},
  title={Seasonable observations on the naturalization bill, now depending in Parliament; and also a clear confutation of the city of London's remonstrance to the House against it, shewing the advantages that will accrue to Great-Britain by a naturalization.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25683
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1748},
  title={The fool: being a collection of essays and epistles, moral, political, humourous, and entertaining. Published in the Daily Gazetteer. With the author's preface, and a complete index.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25683
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1748},
  title={The fool: being a collection of essays and epistles, moral, political, humourous, and entertaining. Published in the Daily Gazetteer. With the author's preface, and a complete index.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25424
  author={Henley,John},
  year={1748},
  title={The informer's winding-sheet: or, Nine oaths for a shilling. Being a parable, in five allegorical discourses: on I. St. Paul's treatment and apology, on a charge of preaching against the government. II. Gallio's prohibiting the prosecution of St. Paul, for words; and a sketch of words accused, in a manuscript paper, privately handed about the public, answered. III. The liberty of one Protestant dissenter's preaching in his own way, asserted; proving the words were for the government: and a reply to the censure of indecent or light expressions, pretense of religion, ridiculing religion, wicked purpose, sedition, treason, blasphemy, disorder, &c. IV. The justice's and counsellor's Vade-Mecum, a disquisition on false witness, by the laws of God, nature, nations, philosophy, the civil, canon, and common laws; and the validity or nullity of evidence of words decided. V. The right to free speaking and reasoning in all lights, on trustees of government, no sedition, but one weight in the people's choice on occasion between in English free Protestant authority, and a supposed French popish dominion: and sedition defin'd. By Sir Mawdcope Moreclarke, of Hull, in Coates's rents, Garrn-Street, opposite the sign of the seven affidavits.},
  publisher={Lilburn Shaftsbury \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25832
  author={Loredano,Giovanni Francesco},
  year={1748},
  title={The life of Adam. Translated from Gio Francisco Loridano. To which is subjoyn'd, An essay towards an analysis of the human mind. Being, An Enquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Good and Evil, and the Nature, Rise, and Progress of the Passions, Habits, and Affections of the Human Soul. By Richard Murray, A. M. & J. U. B.},
  publisher={Thomas Osborne II \& Elizabeth Nutt [Royal Exchange] \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Mary Cooper \& Charles Corbett \& Anne Dodd II \& George Woodfall [Charing Cross] \& J. Jackson \& Henry Chapelle [Chappelle] \& Elizabeth Amey},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25720
  author={Defoe,Daniel},
  year={1748},
  title={The true-Born Englishman. A satire. Corrected and enlarg'd by the author.},
  publisher={John Wilford \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25407
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={A criticism on Mahomet and Irene. In a letter to the author.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25407
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={A criticism on Mahomet and Irene. In a letter to the author.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25519
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={A letter to Mr G-------k, Relative to His treble Capacity of Manager, Actor, and Author; With some Remarks on Lethe.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25314
  author={Wesley,John},
  year={1749},
  title={A letter to the Reverend Dr. Conyers Middleton, Occasioned by his late Free Enquiry.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25200
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={A letter to the town, concerning the man and the bottle.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25200
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={A letter to the town, concerning the man and the bottle.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25632
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the Conduct of the young Chevalier. From His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Culloden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars. Never before made public. In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25696
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25696
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25632
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the Conduct of the young Chevalier. From His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Culloden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars. Never before made public. In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25075
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25235
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25237
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25075
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25235
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-La-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25237
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the conduct of the Young Chevalier. From his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25787
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentic account of the whole conduct of the young Chevalier. from His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Culloden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars. Never before made public. In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London.  The third edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25217
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from His first Arrival in Paris, after his Defeat at Cullodden, to the Conclusion of the Peace at Aix-la-Chapelle; Wherein The Motives of his late Behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various Messages which passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting Particulars; Never before made publick, In a Letter from a Gentleman residing at Paris, to his Friend in London. The Third Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25129
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages that passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25129
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1749},
  title={An authentick account of the conduct of the young Chevalier, from his first arrival in Paris, after his defeat at Culloden, to the conclusion of the peace at Aix-la-Chapelle. Wherein the motives of his late behaviour are fully laid open and explained; with the various messages that passed between him and the French King; and many other curious and interesting particulars. Never before made public. In a letter from a gentleman residing at Paris, to his friend in London.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25469
  author={Marquand,Charles},
  year={1749},
  title={Remarks on the different constructions of bridges, and improvements to secure their foundations on the different soils where they are intended to be built. Which hitherto seems to have been a thing not sufficiently consider'd.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25280
  author={Wesley,John},
  year={1750},
  title={A letter to the author of the enthusiasm of methodists and papists compar'd},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25343
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={An account of explosions in the atmosphere, or airquakes. Their distinction from true earthquakes. With some observations on the late shocks, near this city, &c. to shew that they were most probably of the former kind.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25336
  author={Shower,John},
  year={1750},
  title={An appendix to the Reverend Mr. John Shower's Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, &c. Being a continuation of his account, and Practical Reflections, after his Manner, from the year 1693, down to these last shocks that were felt at London and Westminster, on February 8th and March 8th, 1749-50, with an Application, adapted to the present times, &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25555
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1750},
  title={Familiar letters from a gentleman at Damascus, to his sister in London. Containing, I. A curious and compendious Account of the ancient State of Asia. II. The Rise and Fall of the Assyrian and Median Monarchies. III. The ancient and present State of the Persian and Turkish (or Ottoman) Empires. IV. The History of Egypt, now a Province subject to the Turks. V. A Description of their chief Towns, with their ancient Names. VI. Their several and respective Manners, Customs, and Governments. VII. Their Religions, Genius, Tempers, Persons, Habits, Diversions, Exercises, and Curiosities Also an account of The Lives, Travels, Miracles, Sufferings and Deaths of our Blessed Saviour, and his Apostles. With Explanatory, Theological, Historical, Geographical and Miscellaneous notes: And proper References to the Holy Scriptures interspers'd throughout the Whole. By a gentleman of Oxford. Adorn'd with copper plates.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25555
  author={Unknown,[Man]},
  year={1750},
  title={Familiar letters from a gentleman at Damascus, to his sister in London. Containing, I. A curious and compendious Account of the ancient State of Asia. II. The Rise and Fall of the Assyrian and Median Monarchies. III. The ancient and present State of the Persian and Turkish (or Ottoman) Empires. IV. The History of Egypt, now a Province subject to the Turks. V. A Description of their chief Towns, with their ancient Names. VI. Their several and respective Manners, Customs, and Governments. VII. Their Religions, Genius, Tempers, Persons, Habits, Diversions, Exercises, and Curiosities Also an account of The Lives, Travels, Miracles, Sufferings and Deaths of our Blessed Saviour, and his Apostles. With Explanatory, Theological, Historical, Geographical and Miscellaneous notes: And proper References to the Holy Scriptures interspers'd throughout the Whole. By a gentleman of Oxford. Adorn'd with copper plates.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25006
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={Memoirs of the life of Mrs. A--a W--t. Shewing, I. The unkind Usage she receiv'd from an only Brother. II. The Cause of her coming to London. III. The Manner in which she was seduc'd from the Inn, to a House of ill Fame. IV. How she was there male-treated, debauch'd, and confin'd for the Space of two Years. V. Her Behaviour and Treatment there till the Time of her Deliverance, and how dispos'd of since.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25006
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={Memoirs of the life of Mrs. A--a W--t. Shewing, I. The unkind Usage she receiv'd from an only Brother. II. The Cause of her coming to London. III. The Manner in which she was seduc'd from the Inn, to a House of ill Fame. IV. How she was there male-treated, debauch'd, and confin'd for the Space of two Years. V. Her Behaviour and Treatment there till the Time of her Deliverance, and how dispos'd of since.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25015
  author={Upton,Robert},
  year={1750},
  title={Poems, on several occasions. Containing, I. On Retirement. A Miltonic Essay. II. Isaiah, Chap. xi. versify'd. III. Rural Happiness. IV. Philander's Petition. V. The Fortunate Clown. VI. The Lucky Minute. Vii. Advice to Daphne. Viii. Songs. IX. Epigrams. By Robert Upton.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25588
  author={Shower,John},
  year={1750},
  title={Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, but chiefly in the islands of Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c. With a particular and historical account of them, and divers other earthquakes. By John Shower, D.D.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25140
  author={Shower,John},
  year={1750},
  title={Practical reflections on the earthquakes that have happened in Europe and America, but chiefly in the islands of Jamaica, England, Sicily, Malta, &c. With a particular and historical account of them, and divers other earthquakes. By John Shower. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25385
  author={W.,A.},
  year={1750},
  title={Remarks on the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father. With a word to the author. By a spectator.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25385
  author={W.,A.},
  year={1750},
  title={Remarks on the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father. With a word to the author. By a spectator.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25164
  author={Moore,Edward},
  year={1750},
  title={Solomon a serenata as perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, for a morning entertainment; written by Mr. Moore; the music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25164
  author={Moore,Edward},
  year={1750},
  title={Solomon a serenata as perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, for a morning entertainment; written by Mr. Moore; the music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25345
  author={Wyatt,James},
  year={1750},
  title={The life and surprizing adventures of James Wyatt, born near Exeter, in Devonshire, in the year 1707. Containing, I. His entering himself Trumpeter on board the Revenge Privateer, Capt. James Wimble, May 29, 1741. II. An Account of their Cruize; and of his being taken Prisoner by the Spaniards; with his wonderful Deliverance from Death. III. The Manner of his escaping from the Spaniards, with Capt. Robert Winter and five others. IV. How they were drove by contrary Winds on the Coast of Barbary; where they were taken Prisoners by the Moors, and the Hardships they endur'd among the Insidels. With the Manner of his Deliverance, and his Arrival safe in England after various Vicissitudes of Fortune. Written by himself. Adorn'd with copper plates},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25345
  author={Wyatt,James},
  year={1750},
  title={The life and surprizing adventures of James Wyatt, born near Exeter, in Devonshire, in the year 1707. Containing, I. His entering himself Trumpeter on board the Revenge Privateer, Capt. James Wimble, May 29, 1741. II. An Account of their Cruize; and of his being taken Prisoner by the Spaniards; with his wonderful Deliverance from Death. III. The Manner of his escaping from the Spaniards, with Capt. Robert Winter and five others. IV. How they were drove by contrary Winds on the Coast of Barbary; where they were taken Prisoners by the Moors, and the Hardships they endur'd among the Insidels. With the Manner of his Deliverance, and his Arrival safe in England after various Vicissitudes of Fortune. Written by himself. Adorn'd with copper plates},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25686
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={The story on which the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father, is founded. With some account of the author, and his writings.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25686
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={The story on which the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father, is founded. With some account of the author, and his writings.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25204
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={The story on which the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father, is founded. With some account of the author, and his writings. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25204
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750},
  title={The story on which the new tragedy, call'd, The Roman father, is founded. With some account of the author, and his writings. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25752
  author={Wesley,John},
  year={1750?},
  title={Primitive physick: or, an easy and natural method of curing most diseases. The Second Edition, Inlarged.},
  publisher={},
  address={Bristol},    }
@book{ wphp_25681
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1750?},
  title={The conduct and scandalous behaviour of the porters in Exchange Alley. To which is added, the heads of a remarkable trial at a Travest Sessions at Guildhall, London, on the twentieth day of September, one thousand seven hundred and forty-nine. By a Society of twenty impartial inquirers.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_6404
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1751},
  title={Mother Midnight's miscellany. Containing, more than all the wit, and all the humour, and all the learning, and all the judgement, that has ever been, or ever will be. Likewise the Discovery of an unknown World; with some Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, and Ceremonies of the Glums and Gawrys, Men and Women that Fly: With the Marriage-Ceremony of a Lying Man to a Flying Woman, and many other extraordinary Events, which ought never to be forgotten. First discover'd by Selim, in a Vision, on the Hills of Bagdat, on the sixth Day of the fourth Moon, Anno Mundi, 5791. Dedicated to the King of the Fidlers, and to his Queen, and to the Great Mogul's Jester, and to the greatest Conjurer in all Lapland, and to Bajazet the famous Race-Horse, and to the Gnost of Black and All Black, &c. &c. &c. By Mary Midnight, Midwise to all the Inhabitants of this Cosmos, and to the Choice Spirits in the Elysian Shades. Publish'd (which she always observes) in Conformity to several Acts of Parliament, and by Permission of their Most Christian and Most Catholick Majesties, the Great Mogul, and the States General.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_6404
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1751},
  title={Mother Midnight's miscellany. Containing, more than all the wit, and all the humour, and all the learning, and all the judgement, that has ever been, or ever will be. Likewise the Discovery of an unknown World; with some Account of the Religion, Customs, Manners, and Ceremonies of the Glums and Gawrys, Men and Women that Fly: With the Marriage-Ceremony of a Lying Man to a Flying Woman, and many other extraordinary Events, which ought never to be forgotten. First discover'd by Selim, in a Vision, on the Hills of Bagdat, on the sixth Day of the fourth Moon, Anno Mundi, 5791. Dedicated to the King of the Fidlers, and to his Queen, and to the Great Mogul's Jester, and to the greatest Conjurer in all Lapland, and to Bajazet the famous Race-Horse, and to the Gnost of Black and All Black, &c. &c. &c. By Mary Midnight, Midwise to all the Inhabitants of this Cosmos, and to the Choice Spirits in the Elysian Shades. Publish'd (which she always observes) in Conformity to several Acts of Parliament, and by Permission of their Most Christian and Most Catholick Majesties, the Great Mogul, and the States General.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25011
  author={Shirley,James},
  year={1751},
  title={St. Patrick for Ireland. A tragi-comedy. First Acted By His Majesty's Company of Comedians, in the Year 1639. Written by James Shirley, Esq; To which is prefix'd, An Account of the Author, and his Works: And an abstract of The life of St. patrick, Collected from the best Historians.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25729
  author={Wyatt,James},
  year={1751},
  title={The life and surprizing adventures of James Wyatt, born near Exeter, in Devonshire, in the year 1707. ... Written by himself. Adorn'd with copper plates.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25729
  author={Wyatt,James},
  year={1751},
  title={The life and surprizing adventures of James Wyatt, born near Exeter, in Devonshire, in the year 1707. ... Written by himself. Adorn'd with copper plates.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25826
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1751},
  title={The life of the most Reverend Dr Cranmer, Some Time Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate of all England, and Metropolitan; One of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy-Council in the Reign of Henry Viii. Chairman of the Committee for Compiling the English Liturgy, and Martyr in the Reign of Queen Mary. The Whole including various remarkable Events in the History of the Reformation.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25116
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1751},
  title={The rural maid, a poem.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25727
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1751},
  title={The true and genuine account of the confession (whilst under sentence of death) of Thomas Jones, and James Welch, for the barbarous rape and murder of Sarah Green, ... Together with a genuine account of the remarkable robberies committed by Matthias Keys, and Henry Bryan. ...},
  publisher={J. Gaylard \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25507
  author={Ayscough,James},
  year={1752},
  title={A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Is laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. The second edition. By James Ayscough, optician.},
  publisher={Alexander Strahan [Cornhill] \& Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& Anne Dodd II \& John Jolliffe},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25510
  author={Swan,John and Jeffreys,Elizabeth},
  year={1752},
  title={The only true and authentic trial of John Swan and Miss Elizabeth Jeffreys, for the murder of her uncle, Mr. Joseph Jeffreys, of Walthamstow in Essex, at the Lent assizes held at Chelmsford, on Wednesday the eleventh instant, before the Hon. Sir Martin Wright and Sir Michael Foster, Knts. Two of His Majesty's Justices of the Court of King's-Bench. To which are added, original letters, in which are included their own Confessions; and several Particulars relating to the Murder, never before made public. Also the will of the late Mr. Jeffreys.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25711
  author={Boyce,Samuel},
  year={1752},
  title={The rover; Or, Happiness at last: a pastoral drama, as it was intended for the Theatre.},
  publisher={Mary Cooper \& William Reeve \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25531
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1752},
  title={The wreath. A collection of all the favourite new songs sung by the most eminent performers, at the theatres, Ranelagh, Vauxhall, &c. &c. &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25531
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1752},
  title={The wreath. A collection of all the favourite new songs sung by the most eminent performers, at the theatres, Ranelagh, Vauxhall, &c. &c. &c.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25919
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1753},
  title={A True and exact description of the island of Shetland, Containing an account of its situation, trade, produce, and inhabitants. Together with an account of the great white herring fishery of that place, and the methods the Dutch use in catching, curing, and disposing of the Herrings they catch there; and the prodigious advantage Britain may receive from thence. With many other curious particulars. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25919
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1753},
  title={A True and exact description of the island of Shetland, Containing an account of its situation, trade, produce, and inhabitants. Together with an account of the great white herring fishery of that place, and the methods the Dutch use in catching, curing, and disposing of the Herrings they catch there; and the prodigious advantage Britain may receive from thence. With many other curious particulars. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25381
  author={Hingeston,Robertus},
  year={1753},
  title={Progymnasmata Hellēnika. Autore Roberto Hingeston A. M. Scholae Regiae Apud Gippovicenses in Agro Sudovolgarum Archididascalo.},
  publisher={Joseph Bentham \& },
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25476
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1753},
  title={Some considerations on the game laws, and the present practice in executing them; with a hint to the non-subscribers.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_24994
  author={Ayscough,James},
  year={1754},
  title={A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Are laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. The third edition. By James Ayscough, optician.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_13739
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1754},
  title={Put money in your purse, or, The golden rule. A conversation-piece, not in painting, but poesy. A satire with notes.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_13740
  author={Green,Matthew},
  year={1754},
  title={The spleen. An epistle inscribed to his particular friend Mr. C. J. By the late Mr. Matthew Green, of the Custom-house, London. The second edition.},
  publisher={Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25503
  author={Wesley,John},
  year={1755},
  title={A collection of forms of prayer for every day in the week. The Fifth Edition.},
  publisher={},
  address={Bristol},    }
@book{ wphp_2422
  author={Charke,Charlotte},
  year={1755},
  title={A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) Containing, I. An Account of her Birth, Education, and mad Pranks committed in her Youth. II. Her coming on the Stage; Success there; and sundry Theatrical Anecdotes. III. Her Marriage to Mr. Charke, and its Consequences. IV. Her Adventures in Mens Cloaths, and being belov'd by a Lady of great Fortune, who intended to marry her. V. Her being Gentleman to a certain Peer. VI. Her commencing Scrolling - Player; with various and surprizing Vicissitudes of Fortune, during nine Years Peregrination. VII. Her turning Pastry Cook, &c. in Wales. With several extremely humourous and interesting Occurrences. written by herself.},
  publisher={William Reeve \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_2450
  author={Charke,Charlotte},
  year={1755},
  title={A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke, (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) Containing, I. An Account of her Birth, Education, and mad Pranks committed in her Youth. II. Her coming on the Stage; Success there; and sundry Theatrical Anecdotes. III. Her Marriage to Mr. Charks, and its Consequences. IV. Her Adventures in Mens Cloaths, going by the Name of Mr. Brown, and being belov'd by a Lady of great Fortune, who intended to marry her. V. Her being Gentleman to a certain Peer. VI. Her commencing Scrolling - Player; with various and surprizing vicissirudes [sic] of Fortune, during nine Years Peregrination. VII. Her turning Pastry Cook, &c. in Wales. With several extremely humourons [sic] and interesting Occarrences [sic]. Written by herself. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={William Reeve \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook] \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25124
  author={Ayscough,James},
  year={1755},
  title={A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Are laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular Kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. By James Ayscough, optician. The Fourth Edition.},
  publisher={Alexander Strahan [Cornhill] \& Jacob Robinson [Ludgate St] \& Paul Stevens \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25925
  author={Cruden,Alexander},
  year={1755},
  title={Alexander the corrector's humble address and earnest application to our most gracious King, the Right Honourable the House of Lords, and the Honourable House of Commons; shewing the necessity of appointing a corrector of the people, or taking some effectual measures for a speedy and a thorow Reformation; and that this important affair requires the serious and immediate consideration and vigorous and effectual resolution of his Majesty and both Houses of Parliament. With some account of Alexander the corrector the Author of the much esteemed Concordance of the Bible; and an Account of the Prophesies of some pious Ministers of the Gospel, foretelling that Alexander's Afflictions are designed by Divine Providence to be an Introduction and Preparation to his being a Joseph and an useful prosperous Man.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25751
  author={Wesley,John},
  year={1755},
  title={Primitive physick: or, an easy and natural method of curing most diseases. The Fifth Edition, corrected and enlarged.},
  publisher={},
  address={Bristol},    }
@book{ wphp_25722
  author={Cruden,Alexander},
  year={1755},
  title={The adventures of Alexander the corrector. The third part. Giving an account of his wonderful escape from an academy at Bethnal-Green by cutting with a knife the bedstead to which he was chained: and of the dissolution of the pretended Court of the Blind-Bench in the Poultry, and their designs against the corrector. And an account of his application at St. James's palace for the honour of knight-hood, and his conduct at Guildhall as a candidate for one of the representatives in Parliament of this great metropolis. With an account of his law-adventures while he acted the part of a counsellor in the King's-Bench in Westminster-hall. To which is added a history of his love-adventures, with his letters and a declaration of war sent to the amiable Mrs. Whitaker, a lady of a shining character and of great revenues. Interspersed with various religious reflexions, shewing the necessity of appointing a corrector of the people, or of taking some effectual measures for a speedy and thorow reformation.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25165
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1755},
  title={The laugher; or, The art of jesting: shewing every man in his humour, from the throne to the cottage; in particular of kings, queens and princes. Of noblemen and ambassadors. Of Gentlemen and Ladies. Of Gallants and Upstarts. Of Soldiers. Of Travellers. Of Politicians. Of Gamesters. Of Popes and Prelates. Of Poets and Musicians. Of Physick and Physicians. Of Lawyers. Of Love and Lovers. Of Husbands and Wives. Of Women. Of Dress. Of Jesters. Of Servants. Of Fools. Of Countrymen and Clowns. Of Thieves. Of Sharpers. Of Beggars. Of drunkards. Of noses, &c. &c.},
  publisher={William Reeve \& Anne Dodd II \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25564
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1755},
  title={The laugher; or, The art of jesting: shewing every man in his humour, from the throne to the cottage; in particular of kings, queens and princes. Of noblemen and ambassadors. Of Gentlemen and Ladies. Of Gallants and Upstarts. Of Soldiers. Of Travellers. Of Politicians. Of Gamesters. Of Popes and Prelates. Of Poets and Musicians. Of Physick and Physicians. Of Lawyers. Of Love and Lovers. Of Husbands and Wives. Of Women. Of Dress. Of Jesters. Of Servants. Of Fools. Of Countrymen and Clowns. Of Thieves. Of Sharpers. Of Beggars. Of drunkards. Of noses, &c. &c. The Second Edition.},
  publisher={William Reeve \& Anne Dodd II \& Elizabeth Cooke [Cook]},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25191
  author={Unknown,},
  year={1756},
  title={A form of prayer, For the use of private families, and Particular persons. Compos'd on Occasion of The late Dreadful Earthquakes, And now Publish'd Pursuant to His Majesty's pious Order, for a General Fast, to be religiously kept on the 6th of February, 1756. To which is added, An Hymn, suitable to the Occasion, for Children to learn by Heart. By a Divine of the Church of England.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_7756
  author={Phillips,Teresia Constantia},
  year={1756},
  title={A letter humbly address'd to the Right Honourable the Earl of Chesterfield. By Mrs. Teresia Constantia Muilman. Third edition.},
  publisher={Mary Cooper \& Anne Dodd II},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25004
  author={Cruden,Alexander},
  year={1756},
  title={The corrector's earnest address to the inhabitants of Great-Britain. Shewing that the late earthquakes, and our being at war with a powerful nation, are loud calls from divine providence for a speedy and a thorow reformation, and for favouring the corrector's honest designs for that purpose. With an account of his earnest application to Parliament for an act to enable him to carry his good designs into execution. As also, an account of his visiting, as corrector of the people, last summer, the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, Eton-College, Windsor, and Tunbridge, and lately Westminster-School. Interspersed with many religious admonitions and reflexions, shewing the necessity and importance of appointing a corrector of the people, or of taking some effectual measures for a speedy and a thorow reformation.},
  publisher={},
  address={London},    }
@book{ wphp_25649
  author={Ayscough,James},
  year={1757},
  title={A short account of the eye and nature of vision. Chiefly designed to illustrate the use and advantage of spectacles. Wherein Are laid down Rules for chusing Glasses proper for remedying all the different Defects of sight. As also Some reasons for preferring a particular Kind of Glass, fitter than any other made Use of for that Purpose. By James Ayscough, optician. The Fifth Edition.},
  publisher={Edward Say \& },
  address={London},    }