ID 4420
Last Name Reilly
First Name Alice
Gender Female
Date of Birth
Date of Death 1778
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Printer The whole works of Sir James Ware concerning Ireland. Revised and improved. In three volumes. Vol. I. Containing, the history of the bishops of that kingdom, and such matters ecclesiastical and civil, in which they were concerned, from the first propagation of Christianity therein to the present time. As also, a table of the names and most remarkable matters contained in this volume. The whole adorned with variety of copper plates. 1739
Printer The Roman history from the foundation of Rome to the Battle of Actium: that is, to the end of the Commonwealth. By Mr. Rollin, late principal of the university of Paris, now professor of eloquence in the Royal College, and Member of the Royal Academy of inscriptions and belles lettres. Translated from the French. 1740
Printer A proposal for erecting granaries in the City of Dublin, and other parts of the kingdom, to prevent any scarcity of corn for the future. 1741
Bookseller A proposal for erecting granaries in the City of Dublin, and other parts of the kingdom, to prevent any scarcity of corn for the future. 1741
Printer As you like it. A comedy, as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Aungier-Street, Dublin. By Mr. William Shakespeare. Collated with the oldest copies and corrected, by Mr. Theobald. 1741
Printer Terence's comedies made English, with his life, and some remarks. By Mr. Laurence Echard, and others. Revi'd and corrected by Dr. Echard, and Sir R. L'Estrange. The tenth edition. 1741
Printer The history of a fair Greek, who was taken out of a seraglio at Constantinople, and brought to Paris by a late embassador at the Ottoman port: interspersed with the surprising adventures of several other slaves. By Abbot Provost, almoner to His Serene Highness the Prince of Conti. In two volumes. 1741
Printer A full vindication of the Dutchess Dowager of Marlborough: both with regard to the Account lately published by Her Grace, and to her character in general; against the base and malicious invectives contained in a late scurrilous pamphlet, entitled Remarks on the account, &c. In a letter to the noble author of those Remarks. 1742
Printer A letter from Mr. Cibber, to Mr. Pope, inquiring into the motives that might induce him in his satyrical works, to be frequently fond of Mr. Cibber's name. 1742
Printer A letter from Rome, shewing an exact conformity between popery and paganism: Or, the religion of the present Romans, derived from that of their heathen ancestors. The fourth edition. To which are added, I. A prefatory discourse, containing an answer for all the objections of the writer of a popish book, intituled, The Catholic Christian instructed, &c. with many new facts and testimonies, in farther confirmation of the general new argument of the letter. And II. A postscript, in which Mr. Warburton's Opinion concerning the Paganism of Rome is particularly considered. By Conyers Middleton, D.D. Principal Librarian of the University of Cambridge. 1742
Printer A short account of the late application to parliament made by the merchants of London upon the neglect of their trade: with the substance of the evidence thereupon as sum'd up by Mr. Glover. The fourth edition. 1742
Printer An account of the conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, from her first coming to court, to the year 1710. In a letter from Herself to My Lord — 1742
Printer Erasmi colloquia selecta: or, the select colloquies of Erasmus. With an English translation, as literal as possible, design'd for the use of beginners in the Latin tongue. The sixth edition. By John Clarke, Master of the Publick Grammar-School in Hull. 1742
Printer Remarks upon the account of the conduct of a certain Dutchess. In a letter from a member of the last parliament in the reign of Queen Anne. To a young nobleman. 1742
Printer Spectacle de la nature: or, nature display'd. Being discourses on such particulars of natural history as were thought most proper to excite the curiosity, and form the minds of youth. Illustrated with copper plates. Translated from the original French, by Mr. Humphreys. ... The sixth edition, corrected. 1742
Printer The lyric pieces of Horace dispos'd according to chronologic order by P. Sanadon, with an English translation, in poetic-prose, expressive throughout of that Jesuit's sense of the author, and an abstract of his most shining remarks. To which are prefix'd Sanadon's Life of Horace plann'd upon his works, and a critical preface, wherein, the advantage of this edition, above all that preceded it, is clearly demonstrated. By Matthew Towers LL.D. School-master of Portarlington. 1742
Printer The new Dunciad: as it was found in the year 1741. With the illustrations of Scriblerus, and notes variorum. 1742
Printer Travels through Holland, Germany, Switzerland; but especially Italy. ... By the late Monsieur de Blainville, ... Translated from the author's own manuscript, never yet published. By George Turnbull, LL.D. Number I. 1742
Printer 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. By a late Lord Mayor of London. 1743
Printer Romae Antiquae Notitia: or, the antiquities of Rome. In two parts. I. A short history of the rise, progress, and decay of the Commonwealth. II. A description of the city: an account of the religion, civil government, and art of war; with the remarkable customs and ceremonies, publick and private. With copper cuts of the principal buildings, &c. To which are prefix'd two essays, concerning the Roman learning, and the Roman education. By Basil Kennett, of C.C.C. Oxon. The tenth edition. 1743
Printer The distress'd wife. A comedy. By the late Mr. Gay. ... 1743
Printer Travels through Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and other parts of Europe; but especially Italy. By the late Monsieur de Blainville, sometime secretary to the Embassy of the States-General, at the Court of Spain. Translated from the author's own manuscript, (never yet published) by George Turnbull, LL. D. and William Guthrie, Esq 1743
Printer A discourse (seasonable at this time) concerning the laws, ecclesiastical and civil, made against hereticks, by popes, emperors and kings, Provincial and General Councils, approved by the Church of Rome: shewing I. What Protestant subjects may expect to suffer under a Popish Prince acting according to the laws. II. That no oath or promise of sucha Prince can give themany just security that he will not execute these laws upon them. With a preface against persecuting and destroying hereticks. By a cordial friend to the Protestant religion now by law established in these realms. Now re-published with an introduction. 1744
Printer Hudibras, in three parts, written in the time of the late wares: corrected and amended. With large annotations, and a preface, by Zachary Grey, LL.D. Adorn'd with a new set of cuts. 1744
Printer Poems on several occasions. Written by Dr. Thomas Parnell, late Arch-Deacon of Clogher: and publish'd by Mr. Pope. The seventh edition with additions. 1744

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