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Cadogan, William, 1711-1797. / [1748] An essay upon nursing: and the management of children, from their birth to three years of age. By a physician. In a letter to one of the governors of the Foundling Hospital. Published by order of the General Committee ...
Cadogan, William, 1711-1797. / [1771] A dissertation on the gout: and all chronic diseases, jointly considered, as proceeding from the same causes; what those causes are; and a rational and natural method of cure proposed. Addressed to all invalids. By William Cadogan, ...
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1777] A rural ramble; to which is annexed a poetical tagg, or Brighthelmstone guide. By G. S. Carey:
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1800] One thousand eight hundred; or, I wish you a happy new year: Being a choice collection of favourite songs, on serious, moral, and lively subjects. Written and carefully revised by George Saville Carey.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1770] The old women weatherwise, an interlude: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1770] The noble pedlar: a burletta. As performed at Marybone-Gardens. Set to music by Mr. Barthelemon.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1767] Momus, a poem; or a critical examination into the merits of the performers, and comic pieces, at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market:
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1768] Liberty chastised: or patriotism in chains. A tragi, comi, political farce, as it was performed by his M-'s S-ts, in the year 1268; ... Scenes near the P- and in St. Gregoir's Fields. Modernised by Paul Tell-Truth, Esq:
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1776] A lecture on mimicry: as it was delivered with great applause, at the theatres in Covent-Garden ... To which is added Jerry Sneak's return from the regatta; and a lecture on lectures. By George Saville Carey.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1766] The inoculator: a comedy in three acts.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1767] The hills of Hybla: being a collection of original poems.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1766] The flights of fancy: being a collection of original pieces, in verse and prose, never before publish'd.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1792] The dupes of fancy, or every man his hobby: a new farce: in two acts. As performed at the King's Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market, with great applause. By George Saville Carey, ...
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1799] The balnea: or, an impartial description of all the popular watering places in England, ... By George Saville Carey.
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1770] Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.2]
Carey, George Saville, 1743-1807. / [1770] Analects in verse and prose: chiefly dramatical, satirical, and pastoral. ... [pt.1]
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1785?] Village courtship:
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1770] True-blue; or, the press-gang, a musical interlude: as revived at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden:
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1734] The tragedy of Chrononhotonthologos: being the most tragical tragedy, that ever was tragediz'd by any company of tragedians. Written by Benjamin Bounce, Esq;.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1795?] Sally of our alley:
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1727] Pudding and dumpling burnt to pot. Or, a compleat key to the dissertation on dumpling. Wherein all the mystery of that dark treatise is brought to light; in such a manner and method, that the meanest capacity may know who and who's together. Published for the general information of mankind. By J. W. author of 684 treatises:
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1760?] Pretty Sally's garland: Or, Johnny's kind courtship. In two parts.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1727] A poem to His Majesty King George, II. on the present state of affairs in England: with remarks on the alterations expected at court, after the rise of the Parliament. By the Rev. Dr. J. Swift, ... In Lilliputian verse.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1735] Of stage tyrants. An epistle to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. Occasion'd by the Honest Yorkshire-man being rejected at Drury-Lane Play-house, and since acted at other theatres with universal applause. By Mr. Carey:
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1738] Margery: or, a worse plague than the dragon: a burlesque opera. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Altered from the original Italian of Signor Carini. Set to musick by Mr. John-Frederick Lampe.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1726] A learned dissertation on dumpling: its dignity, antiquity, and excellence. With a word upon pudding. ...
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1727] The grumbletonians: or, the dogs without-doors. A tale.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1737] The dragon of Wantley: A burlesque opera. The musick by Mr. John Frederick Lampe, and performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Moderniz'd from the old ballad after the Italian manner, by Sig. Carini.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1742] Cupid and Hymen: or, a voyage to the isles of love and matrimony. ... Translated from the French original. To which is added, The batchelor's estimate of the expences attending a married life. The married man's answer to it : ... By John Single, ...
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1715] The contrivances: or, more ways than one. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1730] Blundrella: [sic]: or, the impertinent. A tale. To which is added The beau monde, or, the pleasures of St. James's. A new ballad. ...
Carey, Henry, 1687?-1743. / [1732] Amelia: A new English opera, as it is perform'd at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market, after the Italian manner. Set to musick by Mr. John Frederick Lampe.
Catherwood, John, b. 1686. / [1715] A new method of curing the apoplexy: With an appendix, containing some observations upon the use and abuse of physick. By John Catherwood, M.D.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1714] The wonder: a woman keeps a secret. A comedy: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By Her Majesty's servants. Written by the author of The gamester.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1715] A wife well manag'd: A farce.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1715] A poem. Humbly presented to His most Sacred Majesty George, King of Great Britain, France, and Ireland. Upon his accession to the throne. By Susanna Centlivre:
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1707] The platonick lady. A comedy. As it is acted at the Queens Theatre in the Hay-Market. By the author of The gamester, and Love's Contrivance:
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1737] The perjur'd husband: or, the adventures of Venice. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Centlivre:
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1711] Mar-plot: or, the second part of The busie-body. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1709] The man's bewitch'd: or, the devil to do about her. A comedy, as it is acted at the New-Theatre in the Hay-Market; by Her Majesty's servants. By Susanna Cent-Livre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1706] Love at a venture. A comedy. As it is acted by his Grace, the Duke of Grafton's servants, at the New Theatre in Bath. Written by the author of The gamester:
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1715] The Gotham election: a farce. By Mrs. Centlivre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1717] An epistle to the King of Sweden from a lady of Great-Britain:
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1715] An epistle to Mrs. Wallup: now in the train of Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Wales. As it was sent to her to the Hague. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1717] The cruel gift: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants. By Mrs. Cent Livre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1709] The busie body: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1724] A bold stroke for a wife: a comedy ; as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. By the author of The busie-body ...
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1724] A Bickerstaff's burying: or, work for the upholders. A farce; as it is acted at the theatres, with applause. By His Majesty's servants. Written by Mrs. Susanna Centlivre: ...
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1702] The beau's duel: or a soldier for the ladies. A comedy, as it is acted at the New Theater in Lincolns-Inn-Fields, by Her Majesties servants.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1706 1705] The basset-table: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by Her Majesty's servants. By the author of The gamester.
Centlivre, Susanna, 1667?-1723. / [1723] The Artifice: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's company of comedians. By Mrs. Cent-Livre.
Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781. / [1753] The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.2]
Chaigneau, William, 1709-1781. / [1753] The history of Jack Connor.: [pt.1]
Chapman, Edmund, 1680?-1756. / [1737] A reply to Mr. Douglass's Short account of the state of midwifery in London and Westminster. Wherein his trifling and malicious cavils are answer'd, ... By Edmund Chapman,:
Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760. / [1755] A narrative of the life of Mrs. Charlotte Charke: (youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, Esq;) ... written by herself.
Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760. / [1755?] The mercer, or fatal extravagance: being a true narrative of the life of Mr. Wm. Dennis. Mercer, in Cheapside, London. ... Written by Mrs. Charke,:
Charke, Charlotte, 1713-1760. / [1758?] The lover's treat: or, unnatural hatred: Being a true narrative ... Written by Mrs. Charke, ...
Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770. / [1784] A supplement to the miscellanies of Thomas Chatterton:
Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770. / [1778] Miscellanies in prose and verse: by Thomas Chatterton, the supposed author of the poems published under the names of Rowley, Canning, &c.
Chatterton, Thomas, 1752-1770. / [1770] The auction a poem: a familiar epistle to a friend, ...
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1736] The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.2]
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1736] The voyages, travels and adventures, of William Owen Gwin Vaughan, Esq: With the history of his brother Jonathan Vaughan, six years a slave in Tunis. Intermix'd with the histories of Clerimont, Maria, Eleanora, and others. ... [pt.1]
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1720] The voyages, dangerous adventures and imminent escapes: of Captain Richard Falconer: containing the laws, customs, and manners of the Indians in America; ... Intermix'd with the voyages and adventures of Thomas Randal, of Cork, pilot; ... Written by himself, now alive.
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1726] The voyages and adventures of Captain Robert Boyle: in several parts of the world. Intermix'd with the story of Mrs. Villars, an English lady with whom he made his surprizing escape from Barbary; the history of an Italian captive; and the life of Don Pedro Aquilio, &c. ... To which is added, the voyage, shipwreck, and miraculous preservation, of Richard Castelman, ...
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1715] The life of the Lady Jane Gray: With some remarks on the play. In a letter to a friend. By William Rufus Chetwood.
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1748] Kilkenny: or, the old man's wish. By W. R. Chetwood:
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1731] The generous Free-mason: or, the constant lady. With the humours of Squire Noodle, and his man Doodle. A tragi-comi-farcical ballad opera. In three acts. With the musick prefix'd to each song. By the author of The lover's opera:
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus), d. 1766. / [1749] A general history of the stage: from its origin in Greece down to the present time. ... Collected and digested by W. R. Chetwood, ...
Cheyne, George, 1673-1743. / [1701] A new theory of continual fevers: Wherein, besides the appearances of such fevers, and the method of their cure; occasionally, the structure of the glands, ... are mechanically explan'd.
Cheyne, George, 1673-1743. / [1721] An essay on the gout: with an account of the nature and qualities of the Bath waters. Intended for the benefit of Richard Tennison, Esq; By Geo. Cheyne, ...
Cheyne, George, 1673-1743. / [1740] An essay on regimen: Together with five discourses, medical, moral, and philosophical: serving to illustrate the principles and theory of philosophical medicin, ... By Geo. Cheyne, ...
Cheyne, George, 1673-1743. / [1724] An essay of health and long life: By George Cheyne, ...
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] The times: A poem. By [blank]
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1761] The Rosciad: By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1765] Sermons. By Charles Churchill:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1761] Night: An epistle to Robert Lloyd. By the author.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1763] The prophecy of famine. A Scots pastoral: By C. Churchill. Inscribed to John Wilkes, Esq;.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1765] The journey: A fragment. By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] Gotham. A poem. Book III. By [blank]:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] Independence: A poem. Addressed to the minority. By [blank]
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] Gotham. A poem. Book II. By C. Churchill:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1762] The ghost: By the author.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] Gotham. A poem. Book I. By C. Churchill:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1763] The ghost: Book IV. By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1762] The ghost: By C. Churchill. Book III.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764?] The farewell:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1762] An epistle to the author of The four farthing candles: By the author of The Rosciad of C-v-nt-G-rd-n.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1763] An epistle to William Hogarth: By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] The duellist. A poem. In three books. By C. Churchill:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1763] The conference: A poem. By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1764] The candidate. A poem. By C. Churchill:
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1761] The apology: Addressed to the critical reviewers. By C. Churchill.
Churchill, Charles, 1731-1764. / [1763] The author: A poem. By C. Churchill.
Chymist in the city. / [1701] Bellum medicinale, or the present state of doctors and apothecaries in London. Being remarks upon a letter from a merchant-dispensary physician to himself, and his answer. In a letter from a chymist in the city to a country physician, with the physician's answer:
Cibber, Colley, 1671-1757. / [1718] The non-juror: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. Writien [sic] by Mr. Cibber.
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1730] Patie and Peggy: or, the fair foundling. A Scotch ballad opera. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. With the musick prefix'd to each song.
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1752] A lick at a liar: or, calumny detected. Being an occasional letter to a friend from Theophilus Cibber, comedian:
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1723?] An historical tragedy of the civil wars: in the reign of King Henry VI. (Being a sequel to the Tragedy of Humfrey Duke of Gloucester: and a introduction to the Tragical history of King Richard III.) Alter'd from Shakespear, in the year 1720. By Theo. Cibber.
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1733] The harlot's progress; or, the ridotto al'fresco: a grotesque pantomime entertainment. As it is perform'd by his Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Compos'd by Mr. Theophilus Cibber, ... The songs made (to old ballad tunes) by a friend.
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1739] Four original letters: viz. Two from a husband to a gentleman: and two from a husband to a wife.
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1743] An epistle from Mr. Theophilus Cibber, comedian, to Mr. Thomas Sheridan, tragedian:
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1743] Cibber and Sheridan: or, the Dublin miscellany. Containing all the advertisements, letters, ... Lately publish'd, on account of the theatric squabble. To which are added, several prologues and epilogues, spoke at the theatre in Smock Alley, ... by Mr. Cibber, ... Also two songs by Mr. Worsdale,:
Cibber, Theophilus, 1703-1758. / [1745] The association: or, liberty and loyalty. Verses occasion'd by the present unnatural rebellion. By Theophilus Cibber:
Clare, Peter, 1738-1786. / [1783] A practical treatise on the gonorrhoea: recommending the use of injection as the most speedy and efficacious method of cure: with a brief account of the remedies which have been used in the lues venerea, from its first appearance in Europe; and a critical enquiry into the present modes of administering mercury. By Peter Clare, surgeon.
Clive, Mrs. (Catherine), 1711-1785. / [1753] The rehearsal: or, bays in petticoats: A comedy in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Mrs. Clive. The music composed by Dr. Boyce.
Clive, Mrs. (Catherine), 1711-1785. / [1744] The case of Mrs. Clive submitted to the publick:
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1786] The strangers at home: a comic opera, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1800] Ramah Droog: a comic opera, in three acts. As performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By James Cobb, Esq.
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1788] Love in the East; or, adventures of twelve hours: a comic opera, in three acts. Written by the author of The strangers at home. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1785?] Hurly-burly; or, the fairy of the well:
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1790?] The haunted tower: a comic opera in three acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Written by Mr. Cobb.
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1787] The first floor; a farce: In two acts. As it is now acting at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane.
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1787] English readings; a comic piece, in one act. Inscribed to George Colman, Esq:
Cobb, James, 1756-1818. / [1788] The doctor and the apothecary: A musical entertainment in two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.
Cockburn, W. (William), 1669-1739. / [1703] The present uncertainty in the knowledge of med'cines, in a letter to the physicians in the Commission for sick and wounded seamen. With a postscript to physicians, shewing the necessity of a true theory of diseases. By W. Corkburn, M.D.:
Cockburn, W. (William), 1669-1739. / [1705?] The practice of purging and vomiting medicines, according to Dr. Cockburn's solution of his problem; with tables shewing their doses in particular ages and constitutions. Inscrib'd to the learned Dr. Garth, F.R.S. by W. Cockburn, M.D:
Cockell, William. / [1785] An essay on the retroversion of the uterus: illustrated with cases and observations. By William Cockell, ...
Colbatch, John, Sir, 1670-1729. / [1719] A dissertation concerning misletoe: a most wonderful specifick remedy for the cure of convulsive distempers. ... By Sir John Colbatch, ...
Collins, William, 1721-1759. / [1743] Verses humbly address'd to Sir Thomas Hanmer: On his edition of Shakespear's works. By a gentleman of Oxford.
Collins, William, 1721-1759. / [1765] The poetical works: of Mr. William Collins. With memoirs of the author; and observations on his genius and writings. By J. Langhorne.
Collins, William, 1721-1759. / [1742] Persian eclogues. Written originally for the entertainment of the ladies of Tauris: And now first translated, &c.
Collins, William, 1721-1759. / [1747 1746] Odes on several descriptive and allegoric subjects: By William Collins.
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1787] Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.3]
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1787] Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.2]
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1787] Prose on several occasions: accompanied with some pieces in verse. By George Colman. ... [pt.1]
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1755-1756] The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.2]
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1755-1756] The connoisseur: By Mr. Town, critic and censor-general. ... [pt.1]
Colman, George, 1732-1794. / [1766] The clandestine marriage: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By George Colman and David Garrick.
Colman, George, 1762-1836. / [1795] New hay at the old market: an occassional drama, in one act: written by George Colman, (the younger, ) on opening the Hay-Market Theatre. On the 9th of June, 1795.
Colman, George, 1762-1836. / [1796] The iron chest: a play; in three acts. Written by George Colman, the younger. With a preface. First represented at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, on Saturday, 12th March, 1796.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1703] The tears of Amaryllis for Amyntas. A pastoral: Lamenting the death of the late Lord Marquis of Blanford. ... By Mr. Congreve.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1705] Prologue to the court: on the Queen's birth-day, 1704.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1706] A pindarique ode, humbly offer'd to the Queen, on the victorious progress of Her Majesty's arms, under the conduct of the Duke of Marlborough. To which is prefix'd, a discourse on the pindarique ode. By Mr. Congreve:
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1729] Mr. Congreve's last will and testament: with characters of his writings. By Mr. Dryden, Sir Richard Blackmore, Mr. Addison and Major Pack. To which are added, two pieces, viz. I. Of rightly improving the present time. ... II. The game of quadrille. An allegory.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1703] The mourning bride. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1704] Love for love. A comedy: Acted at the Theatre in Little-Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, by His Majesty's servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1701] The judgment of Paris: a masque. Written by Mr. Congreve. Set severally to musick, by Mr. John Eccles, Mr. Finger, Mr. Purcel, and Mr. Weldon.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1729] A letter from Mr. Congreve to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Cobham:
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1713] Incognita: or, love and duty reconcil'd. A novel. By Mr. Congreve.
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1720] An impossible thing. A tale:
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1703 1702] A hymn to harmony: written in honour of St. Cecilia's day, M DCC I. By Mr. Congreve. Set to musick by Mr. John Eccles, ...
Congreve, William, 1670-1729. / [1706] The double dealer: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal. By their Majesties servants. Written by Mr. Congreve.
Consett, Matthew. / [1789] A tour through Sweden, Swedish-Lapland, Finland and Denmark: In a series of letters, illustrated with engravings. By Matthew Consett, Esq.
Cornaro, Luigi, 1475-1566. / [1753] Sure methods of attaining a long and healthful life: Written originally in Italian, by Lewis Cornaro, ... Translated into English by W. Jones A.B.
Cotton, Nathaniel, 1705-1788. / [1749] Observations on a particular kind of scarlet fever, that lately prevailed in and about St. Alban's. In a letter to Dr. Mead. By Nathanael Cotton, M.D:
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1779] Who's the dupe?: A farce: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley, ...
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1783] Which is the man?: A comedy, as acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden. By Mrs Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1795] The town before you, a comedy: as acted at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1787] The Scottish village: or, Pitcairne Green. A poem. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1786] A school for greybeards: or, the mourning bride: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1776] The runaway, a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1784] More ways than one: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1788] The poetry of Anna Matilda:
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1780] The maid of Arragon; a tale: By Mrs. Cowley. Part I.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1788] The fate of Sparta: or, the rival kings. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1792] A day in Turkey: or, the Russian slaves. A comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1784] A bold stroke for a husband: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre Royal, in Covent Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1782] The belle's stratagem: a comedy, as acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Mrs. Cowley.
Cowley, Mrs. (Hannah), 1743-1809. / [1779] Albina, Countess Raimond: a tragedy, by Mrs. Cowley: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market.
Cowper, William, 1731-1800. / [1785] The task: a poem, in six books. By William Cowper, ... To which are added, by the same author, An epistle to Joseph Hill, Esq. ... To which are added, ... an epistle ... and the history of John Gilpin.
Cowper, William, 1731-1800. / [1782] Poems: by William Cowper, of the Inner Temple, Esq.
Coxe, William, 1747-1828. / [1779] Sketches of the natural, civil, and political state of Swisserland: in a series of letters to William Melmoth, Esq; from William Coxe, ...
Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826. / [1762] Zobeide. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826. / [1765 1774?] Village memoirs: in a series of letters between a clergyman and his family in the country, and his son in town.
Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826. / [1773] The life of John Wilkes, Esq: in the manner of Plutarch. Being a specimen of a larger work.
Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826. / [1770] Letters from Snowdon: descriptive of a tour through the northern counties of Wales: Containing the antiquities, history, and state of the country: ...
Cradock, Joseph, 1742-1826. / [1777] An account of some of the most romantic parts of North Wales:
Crane, John, physician at Dorchester. / [1780?] An account of the nature, properties, and medicinal uses, of the mineral water at Nottington, near Weymouth, Dorset. By John Crane, ... With a view of the well, in it's present state:
Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828. / [1781] Songs, duets, trios, &c. in The silver tankard; or, ehe [sic] point at Portsmouth. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Hay-Market:
Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828. / [1779] Modern anecdote of the ancient family of the Kinkvervankotsdarsprakengotchderns: a tale for Christmas 1779. Dedicated to ... Horace Walpole,:
Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828. / [1781] The miniature picture: a comedy, in three acts : performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.
Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828. / [1789] 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.
Craven, Elizabeth Craven, Baroness, 1750-1828. / [1798?] 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.
Crawford, George, fl. 1710. / [1716] The peerage of Scotland: containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that Kingdom. ... By George Crawfurd, Esq;.
Crosfeild, Robert Thomas, 1759-1802. / [1797] Remarks on the scurvy as it appeared among the English prisoners in France: in the year 1795; with an account of the effects of opium in that disease, ... by R. T. Crosfeild, M.D.
Cugoano, Ottobah. / [1787] Thoughts and sentiments on the evil and wicked traffic of the slavery: and commerce of the human species, humbly submitted to the inhabitants of Great-Britain, by Ottobah Cugoano, ...
Culley, George, 1735-1813. / [1786] Observations on live stock: containing hints for choosing and improving the best breeds of the most useful kinds of domestic animals, by George Culley, ...
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1771] The West Indian: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The brothers.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1772] Timon of Athens: altered from Shakespear, a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1786-90] The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.5]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1786-90] The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.4]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1786-90] The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.3]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1786-90] The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.2]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1786-90] The observer: being a collection of moral, literary and familiar essays. ... [pt.1]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1767] A letter to the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of O----d. Containing some animadversions upon a character given of the late Dr. Bentley, in a letter, from a late professor in the University of Oxford, to the Right Rev. author of The divine legation of Moses demonstrated:
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1761] A letter to R----- B----- Esq; author of the new comedy called The wishes: now in rehearsal at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane:
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1800] Joanna of Montfaucon: a dramatic romance of the fourteenth century: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Formed upon the plan of the German drama of Kotzebue: and adapted to the English stage by Richard Cumberland.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1795] Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.4]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1795] Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.3]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1795] Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.2]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1795] Henry: in four volumes. By the author of Arundel. ... [pt.1]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1772] The fashionable lover; a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1797] False impressions: a comedy in five acts. Performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Richard Cumberland, Esq.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1796] The days of yore: a drama in three acts. Performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Richard Cumberland, Esq.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1754] An elegy written on Saint Mark's eve:
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1792] Calvary: or the death of Christ. A poem, in eight books. By Richard Cumberland.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1778] The battle of Hastings: a tragedy. By Richard Cumberland, Esq; As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1789] Arundel: By the author of The observer. ... [pt.2]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1789] Arundel: By the author of The observer. ... [pt.1]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1782] Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1782] Anecdotes of eminent painters in Spain: during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries; with cursory remarks upon the present state of arts in that kingdom. By Richard Cumberland. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1768] Amelia: A musical entertainment of two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.
Cumberland, Richard, 1732-1811. / [1787] An accurate and descriptive catalogue of the several paintings in the King of Spain's palace at Madrid: with some account of the pictures in the Buen-Retiro. By Richard Cumberland, ...
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. / [1766] Poems, chiefly pastoral: By John Cunningham.
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. / [1747] Love in a mist: A farce now acting at the City-Theatre in Dublin, with great applause.
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. / [1761] An elegy on a pile of ruins: By J. Cunningham.
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. / [1785?] Content, a pastoral song: By the late Mr. Cunningham.
Cunningham, John, 1729-1773. / [1762] The contemplatist: a night piece. By J. Cunningham:
Cunningham, John, brewer. / [1781?] To the noblemen, gentlemen and proprietors of lands in Scotland, and inhabitants at large:
Cunningham, John, of Deptford. / [1789] An inquiry into the Copernican system respecting the motions of the heavenly bodies, wherein it is proved, in the clearest manner, that the earth has only her diurnal motion, and that the sun revolves round the world; ... By John Cunningham:
Cunningham, John, taylor. / [1770?] John Cunningham, taylor, at the mahogany door, near the Chapel, King's Street Golden Square. Name on the door. The variety of advertisements by several master taylors in London,:
Curry, John, d. 1780. / [1743] An essay on ordinary fevers: And the methods to be used, to prevent their becoming so grievous, and mortal, as they are often found to be. In three parts. By John Curry, M.D.