ID 4874
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Author The History of Prince Lee Boo A Native of the Pelew Islands. Brought to England by Captn. Wilson. A New Edition.
Author Beauty's Triumph: or, the Superiority of the Fair Sex Invincibly Proved. Wherein the arguments for the natural right of man to a sovereign authority over the woman are fairly urged and undeniably refuted; and the undoubted title of the ladies, even to a superiority over the men, both in head and heart, is clearly evinced; shewing their minds to be as much more beautiful than the mens as their bodies; and that, if they had the same advantages of education, they would excel their tyrants as much in sense as they do in virtue. In three parts. 1745
Author A letter of consolation and counsel to the good people of England, especially of London and Westminster, occasion'd by the late earthquakes. By a layman. 1750
Author A letter to Dr. Abraham Johnson, On the subject of his new scheme for the propagation of the human species: in which, another method of obtaining that great end, more adequate to the sentiments of the ladies, is proposed; and, the reflections that author has cast upon the Royal Society of London, are answered. By a fellow. 1750
Author Beauty's Triumph: or, the Superiority of the Fair Sex Invincibly Proved. Wherein the arguments for the natural right of man to a sovereign authority over the woman are fairly urged and undeniably refuted; and the undoubted title of the ladies, even to a superiority over the men, both in head and heart, is clearly evinced; shewing their minds to be as much more beautiful than the mens as their bodies; and that, if they had the same advantages of education, they would excel their tyrants as much in sense as they do in virtue. In three parts. 1751
Author The principles of the Christian religion explained: in a clear and easy comment on the several questions of our church catechism; designed for the use of families, of all communions and sects of religion in this Kingdom of Ireland. Chiefly for those, who are of the communion of the Church of Rome. By a clergyman of the Church of Ireland, by law established. 1752
Author A letter to the King of *****. By an Englishman; Not a member of the House of Commons. 1756
Author The Triumph of Benevolence; or, the History of Francis Wills. In Two Volumes. 1772
Author The new Oxford guide: or, companion through the University. Exhibiting every particular worthy the observation of the curious ... To which is added, a tour to Blenheim, Ditchley, Heythrop, Nuneham, and Stow, ... Containing, an accurate description of their tapestry, paintings, sculptures, temples, gardens, and other curiosities. By a gentleman of Oxford. 1786
Author The new Oxford guide: or, companion through the University. Exhibiting every particular worthy the observation of the curious in each of the Public Buildings, Colleges, Halls, &c. To which is added, a tour to Blenheim, Ditchley, Heythrop, Nuneham, and Stow, the seats of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, The late Earl of Litchfield, The Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury, The Right Hon. Earl Harcourt, And the Right Hon. the Marquis of Buckingham. Containing, an accurate description of their tapestry, paintings, sculptures, temples, gardens, and other curiosities. By a gentleman of Oxford. Embellished with a New Plan of Oxford, and other elegant Engravings. 1787
Author The new Oxford guide. or, Companion through the University. Exhibiting every particular worthy the observation of the curious. In each of the public buildings, colleges, halls, &c. To which is added, a Tour to Blenhiem, Ditchley, Heythrop, Nuneham, and Stow, the seats of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, the Late Earl of Litchfield, the Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury, the Right Hon. Earl Harcourt, and the Right Hon. the Marquis of Buckingham. Containing, an accurate description of their tapestry, paintings, sculptures, temples, gardens, and other curiosities. By a Gentleman of Oxford. The eight edition, corrected and enlarged. Embellished with a new plan of Oxford, and other elegant engravings. 1789
Author The Principles of antipd̆obaptism, and the practice of female communion completely consistent. In answer to the arguments and objections of Mr. Peter Edwards in his candid reasons: with animadversions on his temper and conduct in that publication. The preface and notes, by James Dore. 1795
Author The new Oxford guide; or, companion through the University. Exhibiting every particular worthy the observation of the curious In Each Of The Public Buildings, Colleges, Halls, &c. To which is added, a tour to Blenheim, Ditchley, Heythrop, Nuneham, and Stow, the Seats of His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, The late Earl of Litchfield, The Right Hon. the Earl of Shrewsbury, The Right Hon. Earl Harcourt, And the Right Hon. the Marquis of Buckingham. Containing, an accurate description of their tapestry, paintings, sculptures, temples, gardens, and other curiosities. By a gentleman of Oxford. 1797
Author The Life and Mysterious Transactions of Richard Morris, Esq. Better Known by the Name of Dick Spot, the Conjuror, Particularly in Derbyshire and Shropshire. Written by an Old Acquaintance, who was a critical observer of all his actions for near fifty years. Including singular, whimsical, and curious anecdotes of many living characters—unaccountable and mysterious transactions—lost property restored—life preserved—robberies prevented—deaths frequently foretold, (particularly that of the unfortunate King of Sweden, which he declared in print more than three months before it happened)—and proving every thing belonging to the history of this wonderful man, to have been beyond the settled rules by which human actions and life are in general regulated. 1798
Author The Weavers' Complaint; or, a Bundle of Plain Facts. A Novel Poem. Containing the True Sense and Signification of Modern Orthodox Sermons, as delivered by all the Preachers of the Present Day. Being an Humble Attempt to tear away the Mask of Hypocrisy by which they have been so Long Enabled to Gull and Delude the People in Supporting the Oppressor. By an operative of Keighley. 1834

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