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Title List

Displaying 25 titles of 532 total.

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
10397 'Tis all for the best. More, Hannah
1830
9913 A Bold Stroke for a Wife; A Comedy, in Five Acts. By Mrs. Centlivre. As Performed at The Theatres-Royal. Centlivre, Susanna
Thomas Oliver and George Boyd [High Street] (Edinburgh)
1814
12327 A Bold Stroke for a Wife: A Comedy, in five acts, by Mrs. Centlivre. Printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical, by D—G. To which are added, a description of the costume,—cast of the characters, entrances, and exits,—relative positions of the performers on the stage,—and the whole of the stage business. As now performed at the Theatres Royal, London. Embellished with a portrait of Mr. W. Farren, in the character of Periwinkle. Engraved on steel by Mr. Woolnoth, from an original drawing, by Mr. Wageman. Centlivre, Susanna
John Cumberland [Brecknock Place] (London)
1830
12332 A Bold Stroke for a Wife. A Comedy, in five acts, by Mrs. Centlivre. Printed from the acting copy, with remarks, biographical and critical. To which are added, a description of the costume,—cast of the character, exits, and entrances,—relative positions of the performers on the stage,—and the whole of the stage business. As now performed at the Theatres-Royal, London. Embellished with a portrait of Mr. W. Farren, in the character of Periwinkle; engraved on steel by Mr. Woolnoth, from a drawing made expressly for this work, by Mr. Wageman. Centlivre, Susanna
John Cumberland [19 Ludgate Hill] (London)
1824
2170 A brief account of the gracious dealings of God, with a poor, sinful, unworthy creature, in three parts. Relating to Part I. The Work of Divine Grace on the Heart, in a Saving Conversion to Christ, and to some Establishment in Him. Part II. A Train of Special Providences attending Life, by which the Work of Faith was carried on with Power. Part III. Some particular Experiences of the Lord's Goodness in bringing out several little Tracts, to the Furtherance and Joy of Faith. With an appendix. And a letter prefixed, on the lawfulness of a woman's appearing in print. By A.D. Dutton, Anne
1750
6089 A catalogue of plants copyed from nature in paper mosaick, finished in the year 1778, and disposed in alphabetical order, according to the generic and specific names of Linnæus. Delany, Mary
s.n.
1778 1
2045 A catechism for children of all denominations. By Anna Maria Van Der Lende. For the benefit of poor children. Van der Lende, Anna Maria
1797
3223 A collection of songs with symphonies and a thorough bass. With six lessons for the harpsichord compos'd by Miss Eliza: Turner. Turner, Elizabeth
1756 2
13147 A course of lectures for Sunday evenings; containing religious advice to young persons. Fifth edition. Kilner, Mary Ann
John Marshall [Aldermary] (London)
1790 5
1817 A course of lectures for Sunday evenings. Containing religious advice to young persons. Kilner, Mary Ann
1786 Irish 1
13146 A course of lectures, for Sunday evenings. Containing religious advice to young persons. Third Edition. Kilner, Mary Ann
1796 3
3174 A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings taken from the life. By Elizabeth Blackwell. To which is added a short description of ye plants; and their common uses in physick. Blackwell, Elizabeth
Charles Nourse (London)
1782
3163 A dialogue between Clara Neville and Louisa Mills, on loyalty, &c. Recommended to the attention of every female in Great Britain. By one of their countrywomen. Dawbarn, Elizabeth
1794
3284 A dramatick pastoral occasioned by the collection at Glocester on the coronation day, for portioning Young Women of virtuous Characters. By a lady. Thomas, Elizabeth
1762
3369 A full and authentic account of the strange and mysterious affair between Mary Squires a gypsy, and Elizabeth Canning, Who swore that she was robbed, and afterwards confined by the Gypsy, till she was almost starved; for which the Gypsy was condemned to Death, but afterwards received his Majesty's Pardon. With all the particulars of the trial of Elizabeth Canning afterwards, upon an indictment for a false accusation, &c. of the gypsy; which began at the Old Bailey on Monday the 29th of April, 1754, and continued till Tuesday the seventh of May. Canning, Elizabeth
1754
13497 A funeral sermon, preached in Spitalfields-Chapel, London, on Sunday, October 26, 1794, on the death of Mrs. H.A. Rogers ... Rogers, Hester Ann
Rogers, James
Coke, Thomas
1822 6
1795 A journey made in the summer of 1794, through Holland and the western frontier of Germany, with a return down the Rhine: to which are added observations during a tour to the lakes of Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. In two volumes. Second edition. By Ann Radcliffe. Radcliffe, Ann
George, George, and John Robinson (London)
1796 2
1866 A journey made in the summer of 1794, through Holland and the western frontier of Germany, with a return down the Rhine: to which are added Observations during a tour to the lakes of Lancashire, Westmoreland, and Cumberland. In two volumes. Second edition. By Ann Radcliffe. Radcliffe, Ann
Radcliffe, William
George, George, and John Robinson (London)
1795 Second Edition
2284 A journey through the Crimea to Constantinople. In a series of letters from the Right Honourable Elizabeth Lady Craven, to His serene Highness the Margrave of Brandebourg, Anspach, and Bareith. Written in the year MDCCLXXXVI. The Second Edition. Craven, Elizabeth
George, George, John and James Robinson (London)
1789 The Second Edition
1637 A legacy, or widow's mite, left by Alice Hayes, to her children and others: being a brief relation of her life. To which is added, an account of some of her dying sayings. The Fourth Edition. Hayes, Alice
James Phillips (London)
1786 4
2128 A letter on the divine eternal sonship of Jesus Christ: As the Second Person in the Ever-Blessed Three-One God. occasioned by the perusal of Mr. Romaine's sermon on John viii. 24. entitled, A discourse upon the self-existence of Jesus Christ. With three letters on assurance of interest in Christ: As that which belongs unto the Reflex, and not to the Direct Act of Faith; and rather unto the Spirit's Sealing, than to the Soul's first Act of Believing. Written as the author's thoughts, o n part of Mr. Marshal's Book, Entitled, The gospel-mystery of sanctification. And two letters on the gift of the Holy Spirit to believers, as a Sealer, and his being to them as such, the Earnest of their Inheritance. By one who has tasted that the Lord is gracious. Dutton, Anne
1757
2221 A letter to the Irish Parliament, on the intended bill for legalizing military law. Emmet, Mary Anne
s.n.
1799
6092 A miscellaneous poetical essay; in three parts: Part I. Authors considered: Pope, Swift, Milton, Dryden, Butler, &c. Part II. Content, a vision. Part III. The vision continued; contemplation. By Mrs. Latter of Reading. Latter, Mary
William Sandby (London)
1761 1
2437 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 Strolling - 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. The Second Edition. Charke, Charlotte
William Reeve (London)
1759 2
2593 A narrative of the loss of the Catharine, Venus, and Piedmont transports, and the Thomas, Golden Grove, and Æolus merchant ships, near Weymouth, on Wednesday the 18th of November last. Drawn up from information taken on the spot, by Charlotte Smith, and published for the benefit of an unfortunate survivor from one of the wrecks, and her infant child. Smith, Charlotte Turner
1796