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Falconer, William, 1744-1824. / [1778] Observations on some of the articles of diet and regimen usually recommended to valetudinarians. By William Falconer, M.D. F.R.S:
Famine, Citizen. / [1793?] Le tocsin! or the address of Citizen Famine!!! to the oppressors of his counry. [sic]:
Farmer, Richard, 1735-1797. / [1767] An essay on the learning of Shakespeare: addressed to Joseph Cradock, Esq; The second edition, with large additions. By Richard Farmer, ...
Farrer, W. (William), d. 1775. / [1767] A short treatise on onanism: or, the detestable vice of self-pollution. Describing the variety of nervous and other disorders, that are occasioned by that shameful practice, or too early and excessive venery, and directing the best method for their cure. By a physician in the country.
Ferguson, Adam, 1723-1816. / [1767] An essay on the history of civil society: By Adam Ferguson, ...
Fern, Thomas. / [1709] A perfect cure for the King's evil, (whether hereditary or accidental,) by effectual alcalious medicines: faithfully approv'd by the experience of eighteen years practice, and the testimony of above four hundred patients restor'd beyond relapse. By Thomas Fern:
Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. / [1749] The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.3]
Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. / [1749] The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.2]
Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. / [1749] The history of Tom Jones: a foundling. In three volumes. ... By Henry Fielding, Esq;. [pt.1]
Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. / [1734] Don Quixote in England: A comedy. As it is acted at the New Theatre in the Hay-Market. By Henry Fielding, Esq;.
Fielding, Henry, 1707-1754. / [1730] The coffee-house politician: or, the justice caught in his own trap. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Lincoln's-Inn Fields. Written by Mr. Fielding.
Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī. / [1768] The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.2]
Firishtah, Muḥammad Qāsim Hindū Shāh Astarābādī. / [1768] The history of Hindostan: from the earliest account of time, to the death of Akbar; translated from the Persian of Mahummud Casim Ferishta of Delhi: ... With an appendix, containing the history of the Mogul empire, from its decline in the reign of Mahummud Shaw, to the present times. By Alexander Dow. ... [pt.1]
Flemyng, Malcolm, d. 1764. / [1760] A discourse on the nature, causes, and cure of corpulency. Illustrated by a remarkable case, read before the Royal Society, November 1757. And now first published, by Malcolm Flemyng, M.D:
Flower, Henry. / [1766] Observations on the gout and rheumatism: Exhibiting instances of persons who were greatly relieved in the fit of the gout; ... by medicines discovered in America. With a short account of some medicines, and ways of curing diseases, used by the native Indians. To which are added, a few remarkable cases ... By Henry Flower, an American.
Foote, Samuel, 1720-1777. / [1778] The devil upon two sticks: a comedy, in three acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in the Haymarket. Written by the late Samuel Foote, Esq. and now published by Mr. Colman.
Forbes of Pitsligo, Alexander Forbes, Lord, 1678-1762. / [1734] Essays moral and philosophical, on several subjects: viz. A view of the human faculties. ... An essay on self-love.
Fordyce, George, 1736-1802. / [1770] Elements of the practice of physic: Part the first. Containing the natural history of the human body. By George Fordyce, ...
Fournel, M. (Jean-François), 1745-1820. / [1788] An essay on somnambulism, or sleep-walking: produced by animal electricity and magnetism. As well as by sympathy, &c. As performed by the Rev. John Bell, ...
Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773. / [1762] A letter from the Cocoa Tree, to the country gentlemen:
Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773. / [1761] A letter from a Right Honourable person. And the answer to it: translated into verse, ... With notes historical, critical, political, &c.
Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773. / [1752] Eugenia: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants:
Francis, Philip, 1708?-1773. / [1754] Constantine: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1784] Two speeches in the House of Commons on the original East-India Bill and on the amended Bill, on the 16th and 26th of July, 1784, by Philip Francis, Esq:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1780] A state of the British authority in Bengal under the government of Mr. Hastings. Exemplified in his conduct in the case of Mahomed Reza Khan. With a debate upon a letter from Mobareck Ul Dowlah, Nabob of Bengal. From authentic documents:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1796] Speech of Philip Francis, Esq. in the House of Commons, on Friday, February 26, 1796: on the motion, "that it appears to this House, that the principle of making loans for the public service, by free and open competition, ... has been very generally recognised, as affording the fairest prospect of public advantage.".
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1786] Speech in the House of Commons, on Tuesday the 7th of March, 1786. By Philip Francis, Esq:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1795] Speech of Mr. Francis, on the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, Friday, January 23, 1795:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1798] The question as it stood in March 1798:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1796] Proceedings in the House of Commons on the slave trade, and state of the negroes in the West India islands. With an appendix. By Philip Francis, Esq:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1793?] Letter from Mr. Francis to Lord North, late Earl of Guildford. With an appendix:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1787] House of Commons, Tuesday, 11th December, 1787. Mr. Francis. Mr. Speaker, before I offer any thing to the consideration of the House:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1793] Heads of Mr. Francis's speech, in the House of Commons, on the 7th of May, 1793, on Mr. Grey's motion for a reform in Parliament:
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1788] The answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charges exhibited against him, General Clavering, and Colonel Monson: By Sir Elijah Impey, Knight, when at the bar of the House of Commons, on his defence to the Nunducomar charge.
Francis, Philip, Sir, 1740-1818. / [1788] Answer of Philip Francis, Esq. to the charge brought against Sir John Clavering, Colonel George Monson, and Mr. Francis: at the bar of the House of Commons, on the fourth of February, 1788; by Sir Elijah Impey, Knight.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1755] Truth and falshood: a tale:
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1753] Translation; a poem: By Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1760] A sermon, occasioned by the death of His late Majesty: Preached on the ninth of November. In the morning at Queen-Street chapel, and in the afternoon at St. Paul's, Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Thomas Francklin. ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1765] Sermons on the relative duties: Preached at Queen-Street Chapel, and St. Paul's Covent-Garden. By the Revd. Tho. Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1768] A sermon preached in the chapel of the Asylum for Female Orphans: at the anniversary meeting of the guardians, on Monday the sixteenth of May, 1768. ... By the Revd. Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1763] A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy: in the cathedral church of St. Paul, on Friday May 6th, 1763. By Thomas Francklin, ... To which is annexed, a list of the annual amount of the collection for this charity, from the year 1721.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1750] A sermon preached before the honourable trustees for establishing the colony of Georgia in America, and the associates of the late Rev. Dr. Bray: ... March 16, 1749-50. In the parish church of St. Margaret, Westminster. By Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1758] A sermon preached at the Parish-church of St. Anne, Westminster: on Thursday, May the 10th, 1758. before the governors of the Middlesex-Hospital, ... By Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1774] A sermon preached at the chapel in Great Queen-Street, Lincoln's-Inn-Fields, on Sunday, March 20, 1774: for the benefit of unfortunate persons confined for small debts. ... By Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1756] A sermon preach'd on Sunday May 16th, 1756, at the parish church of St. George's Bloomsbury: occasion'd by the death of the Rev. Mr. Sturges, ... By Thomas Francklin.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1779] A sermon preached at St. George's Bloomsbury, on Sunday, March 28: for the benefit of the Humane Society, ... By Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1748] A sermon preach'd at the parish church of St. Peter's Cornhill; on the Sunday after the late dreadful fire in that neighbourhood. By Thomas Francklin,:
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1758] A sermon preach'd at Queen-street chapel, and St. Paul's, Covent-Garden: on Friday the 17th of February, 1758. ... By the Rev. Thomas Francklin, ...
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1768] A letter to a bishop, concerning lectureships. By F.T. assistant curate at - and joint-lecturer of St.-:
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1775] Matilda: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The Earl of Warwick.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1766] The Earl of Warwick, a tragedy: as it is perform'd at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1760] A dissertation on antient tragedy:
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1776] The contract: a comedy. Of two acts. As it was performed at the Theatre Royal, in the Hay-Market.
Francklin, Thomas, 1721-1784. / [1751] An authentic narrative of the late extraordinary proceedings at Cambridge: against the W--------r Club.
Frewen, Thomas, 1704-1791. / [1759] Some reasons given against an opinion that a person infected with the small-pox may be cured by antidote without incurring the distemper: ... By Thomas Frewen, M.D.
Friend to Religious and Civil Liberty. / [1788] Curious particulars and genuine anecdotes respecting the late Lord Chesterfield and David Hume, Esq. With a parallel between these celebrated personages. ... To which is added, a short vindication of the Christian cause and character, occasioned by a recent reflection thrown upon them, by the author of the Apology for the life and writings of David Hume. By a friend to religious and civil liberty:
Funnell, William. / [1707] A voyage round the world. Containing an account of Captain Dampier's expedition into the South-Seas in the ship St George, in the years 1703 and 1704. ... Together with the author's voyage from Amapalla ... By William Funnell,: