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WorldCat. Online Computer Library Center, 2006, www.worldcat.org/.

Titles

Displaying 51–75 of 479

ID Title Author Firms (City) Date Edition
1831 A short account of the experience of Mrs. H. A. Rogers. Written by herself. With a brief extract from her diary. Rogers , Hester Ann
s.n.
1793
2146 A short account of the life and virtues of the venerable and religious Mother, Mary of the Holy Cross, abbess of the English Poor Clares at Rouen; Who died there in the sweet Odour of Sanctity, March 21, Anno 1735. By A. B. Bedingfield , Anne
s.n.
1767
2822 A short journal of the labours and travels in the work of the ministry, of that faithful servant of Christ, Deborah Bell. Bell , Deborah
1762
3281 A treatise on the art of midwifery. Setting forth various abuses therein, especially as to the practice with instruments: the whole serving to put all rational inquirers in a fair way of very safely forming their own judgment upon the question; which it is best to employ, in cases of pregnancy and lying-in, a man-midwife; or, a midwife. By Mrs. Elizabeth Nihell, professed midwife. Nihell , Elizabeth
A. Morley (London)
1760
2202 A treatise on the influence of the passions, upon the happiness of individuals and of nations. Illustrated by striking references to the Principal Events and Characters that have Distinguished the French Revolution. From the French of the Baroness Stael de Holstein. To which is prefixed a sketch of her life, by the translator de Staël von Holstein , Anne Louise Germaine
George Cawthorn, Apollo Press (London)
1798
1789 A voyage round the world, in the Gorgon man of war: Captain John Parker. Performed and written by his widow; For the advantage of a numerous family. Dedicated, by permission, to Her Royal Highness The Princess of Wales. Parker , Mary Ann
1795
1610 Abbassai an Eastern novel. In two volumes. Translated from the French. Falques , Marianne-Agnès
James Potts (Dublin)
Josiah Sheppard [Shepherd] [Smock Alley] (Dublin)
1764
2697 Adelaide and Theodore; or, letters on education: Containing all the principles relative to three different plans of education; to that of princes, and to those of young persons of both sixes. Translated from the French of Madame la Comtesse de Genlis. The third edition, carefully corrected and amended. du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité
1796 Irish 3
2717 Adèle et Théodore, ou lettres sur l'éducation; contenant tous les principes relatifs aux trois différens plans d'éducation des princes et des jeunes personnes de l'un et de l'autre sexe. Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée et augmentée du Crest de Saint-Aubin , Stéphanie Félicité
s.n.
1792 Nouvelle
2293 Airs and chorusses in The Princess of Georgia, an opera: written by Her Serene Highness the Margravine of Anspach, and performed at Brandenburgh-House Theatre, 1798. Craven , Elizabeth
s.n.
1798
3140 Amana. A dramatic poem. By a Lady. Griffith , Elizabeth
William Johnston [Ludgate Street] (London)
1779
11712 Amusements of solitude; a collection of poems, written in a long series of years. By a lady. In two volumes. Unknown , [Woman]
1813
2322 An account of a new comet. By Miss Caroline Herschel. Read at the Royal Society, Nov. 9, 1786. Herschel , Caroline
John Nichols [Fleet Street] (London)
1787
3384 An account of the captivity of Elizabeth Hanson, now or late of Kachecky, in New-England: who, with four of her children and servant-maid, was taken captive by the Indians, and carried into Canada. Setting forth the various remarkable occurrences, sore Trials, and wonderful Deliverances which befel them after their Departure, to the Time of their Redemption. Taken in substance from her own mouth, by Samuel Bownas. The second edition. Hanson , Elizabeth
1760 The second edition.
3466 An account of the indisposition of the late Rev. Mr. John Wesley, and what passed between him and his friends, before his death. To which is added, some particulars of his birth, life, family, abilities, education, &c. Ritchie , Elizabeth
1791
3372 An account of the late trial at the assizes held at Bury St. Edmunds, in Suffolk, on Friday, March 21, 1766. For the murder of Mary Booty; of which Eliz. Burroughs was convicted, and executed April 4, 1766. Containing the substance of the evidence given in court, by the several Witnesses, as it was taken down by a Gentleman present. Burroughs , Elizabeth
1766
13531 An accurate new spelling dictionary and complete English expositor : containing a much larger collection of words than any book of the kind and price extant, the adverbs in ly only excepted. And shewing how the same are to be written correctly, and pronounced properly; with the various meanings and significations of each word. To which is annexed an entire new dictionary of all the heathen gods and goddesses: and also of the most illustrious heroes treated by Homer, Virgil, Ovid, and other antient poets: with a summary account of their origin, descent, exploits, &c. To the whole is prefixed, a compendious, valuable grammar of the English language Fisher , Ann
1772
2056 An accurate new spelling dictionary, and expositor of the English language. Containing a much larger collection of modern words than any book of the kind and price extant: and shewing how the same are to be written correctly, and pronounced properly; with the different meanings or significations of each word. To which is added an entire new dictionary of all the Heathen Gods and Goddesses: and also of the most illustrious heroes treated of by Homer, Virgil, Ovid, and other ancient poets: with a summary account of their origin, descent, and expolits and how represented by statuaries, painters, &c. To the whole is prefixed, a compendious, practical grammar of the English language. By A. Fisher, author of the practical new English grammar, with exercises of bad English; the new English tutor, calculated for the new method of teaching English, &c. &c. The fifth edition, much improved. Fisher , Ann
1784 The fifth edition, much improved.
2879 An address humbly offered to the ladies of Great Britain, relating to the most valuable part of ornamental manufacture in their dress. Holt , Dorothy
Andrew Millar (London)
Robert and James Dodsley (London)
John Whiston and Benjamin White (London)
1757
1899 An address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts, in the British House of Commons. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
1790
1928 An address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Joseph Johnson (London)
1790
1986 An address to the opposers of the repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts. The Fourth Edition. Barbauld , Anna Laetitia
Joseph Johnson (London)
1790 The Fourth Edition.
2200 An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy, Late of Covent-garden Theatre. Written by herself. To which is annexed, her original letter to John Calcraft, Esq; advertised to be published in October, 1767, but which was then violently suppressed. The fourth edition. In five volumes. Bellamy , George Anne
John Bell [132 Strand] (London)
1786 The fourth edition
2204 An apology for the life of George Anne Bellamy. Late of Covent-Garden Theatre. Written by herself. To which is annexed, her original letter to John Calcraft, Esq; advertised to be published in October, 1767, but which was then violently suppressed. The second edition. In two volumes. ... Bellamy , George Anne
Henry Whitestone [Capel Street] (Dublin)
Caleb Jenkin [36 Dame Street] (Dublin)
Richard Moncrieffe [16 Capel Street] (Dublin)
George Burnet [Abbey Street] (Dublin)
William Wilson [6 Dame Street] [1763–66; 1768–95] (Dublin)
Robert Burton [14 Capel Street] (Dublin)
Patrick Byrne I [College Green] (Dublin)
John Exshaw II [98 Grafton Street] (Dublin)
Luke White [Dame Street] (Dublin)
1785 Irish 2
3176 An authentic narrative of the life, together with the circumstances relative to the departure of the late Rev. John Wesley, who died at his house in London, on Wednesday, March 2, 1791, in the eighty-eighth year of his age. Ritchie , Elizabeth
1791