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H. D. / [1725] The life of Jonathan Wild: from his birth to his death. Containing his rise and progress in roguery; ... The second edition. By H. D. late Clerk to Justice -
Hale, John, 18th cent. / [1787] Case of a fracture of the sternum: by John Hale, ...
Hales, Charles, surgeon. / [1754] The cure of the miliary fever: To which is annex'd, advice to the apothecaries. By Charles Hales, surgeon.
Hamilton, Robert, 1749-1830. / [1790] Practical hints on opium considered as a poison: By R. Hamilton, ...
Harper, Andrew, d. 1790. / [1785?] The oeconomy of health: or, a medical essay: containing new and familiar instructions for the attainment of health, happiness and longevity: in which the nature of the human mind is accurately investigated, ... By Andrew Harper, ...
Harrison, John, fl. 1784-1792. / [1785] The remarkable effects of fixed air in mortifications of the extremities: To which is added, the history of some worm-cases. By John Harrison, surgeon, ...
Hartley, David, 1705-1757. / [1738] Ten cases of persons who have taken Mrs. Stephens's medicines for the stone. With an abstract of some experiments, tending to illustrate these cases:
Hartley, David, 1705-1757. / [1733] Some reasons why the practice of inoculation ought to be introduced into the town of Bury at present:
Hartley, David, 1705-1757. / [1738] An account of the contribution for making Mrs. Stephens's medicines public; with some reasons for it, and answers to the most remarkable objections made against it:
Hartson, Hall, d. 1773. / [1767] The Countess of Salisbury: A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market. By Hall Hartson, Esqr.
Hartson, Hall, d. 1773. / [1773] Youth. A poem: By Hall Hartson, Esq.
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1757] A letter to Mr. David Hume, on the tragedy of Douglas: its analysis: and the charge against Mr. Garrick. By an English critic.
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1780?] Zimri. An oratorio: Written by Dr. Hawkesworth.
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1774] The fall of Egypt; an oratorio. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-lane. Written by the late John Hawkesworth LL.D. and set to musick by John Stanley:
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1761] Edgar and Emmeline: a fairy tale: in a dramatic entertainment of two acts; ...
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1761] Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1773] An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1761] Almoran and Hamet: an oriental tale. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1773] An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]
Hawkesworth, John, 1715?-1773. / [1773] An account of the voyages undertaken by the order of His present Majesty: for making discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, ... By John Hawkesworth, LL.D. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]
Hawkesworth, John, fl. 1782-1778. / [1788] The poetical works of John Hawkesworth:
Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789. / [1763] Observations on the state of the highways, and on the laws for amending and keeping them in repair: with a draught of a bill for comprehending and reducing into one act of parliament the most essential parts of all the statutes in force relating to the highways, ... By John Hawkins, ...
Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789. / [1787] The life of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt.
Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789. / [1770] An account of the institution and progress of the Academy of Ancient Music. With a comparative view of the music of the past and present times. By a member:
Hawkins, John, Sir, 1719-1789. / [1780] A dissertation on the armorial ensigns of the County of Middlesex, and of the Abbey and City of Westminster. By Sir John Hawkins, Knt.:
Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent. / [1776] The shrubs of Parnassus: or, juvenile muse. A collection of songs, and poems. Chiefly pastoral. By W. Hawkins.
Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent. / [1781] Poems on various subjects: By William Hawkins, ...
Hawkins, W. (William), 18th cent. / [1775] Miscellanies in prose and verse: Containing candid and impartial observations on the principal performers belonging to the two Theatres-Royal; from January 1773, to May 1775. Likewise strictures on two favourite tragedies, viz. The orphan and The fair penitent. ... By William Hawkins, gent.
Hawkins, William, 1722-1801. / [1758] Tracts in divinity: By W. Hawkins, ... [pt.2]
Hawkins, William, 1722-1801. / [1749] Henry and Rosamond: A tragedy. Dedicated to Sir John Philipps, Bart. By William Hawkins, ...
Hawkins, William, 1722-1801. / [1746 1747?] Female empire: or, winter celebrated at London:
Hawkins, William, 1722-1801. / [1787] Discourses on scripture mysteries: preached at St. Mary's, Oxford, before the University, in the year 1787; ... By William Hawkins, ...
Hayley, William, 1657-1715. / [1702] A sermon preach'd in Lambeth-chapel, at the consecration of ... John Lord Bishop of Bangor, on Sunday, Jan. 4th 1701/2. By William Hayley,:
Hayley, William, 1657-1715. / [1701] A sermon preach'd before the Archbishop, bishops, and clergy, of the province of Canterbury ... at the cathedral church of St. Paul, on ... February 10. 1700. By W. Hayley, ... Done into English from the Latin original, by W. Jones, A.B:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1789] The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.2]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1787] Two dialogues: containing a comparative view of the lives, characters, and writings, of Philip, the late Earl of Chesterfield, and of Dr. Samuel Johnson.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1789] The young widow; or the history of Cornelia Sedley: in a series of letters. ... [pt.1]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] The two connoisseurs; a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, Esq:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1781] The triumphs of temper: a poem. In six cantos. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.6]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1786] Poems: consisting of odes, sonnets, songs, and occasional verses. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.5]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.4]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.3]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.2]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] Poems and plays: by William Hayley, Esq. In six volumes. ... [pt.1]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1784] Plays of three acts: written for a private theatre. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.3]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.2]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] A philosophical, historical, and moral essay on old maids. By a friend to the sisterhood. In three volumes.: [pt.1]
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1783] Ode to Mr. Wright of Derby. By William Hayley, Esq:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1780] Ode inscribed to John Howard: Esq. F.R.S. author of "The state of English and foreign prisons." By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1788] Occasional stanzas, written at the request of the Revolution Society: and recited on their anniversary, November 4, 1788. To which is added, Queen Mary to King William, during his campaign in Ireland, 1690; a poetical epistle. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1795] The national advocates, a poem. Affectionately inscribed to the Honourable Thomas Erskine, and Vicary Gibbs, Esquire:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1796] The life of Milton: in three parts. To which are added, Conjectures on the origin of Paradise lost: with an appendix. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1785] The happy prescription; or, the lady relieved from her lovers: a comedy, in rhyme. Written for a private theatre, by William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1800] An essay on sculpture: in a series of epistles to John Flaxman, ... By William Hayley, Esq:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1791] The eulogies of Howard. A vision:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1781] An essay on painting: in two epistles to Mr. Romney. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1780] An essay on history: in three epistles to Edward Gibbon, Esq. with notes. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1782] An essay on epic poetry: in five epistles to the Revd. Mr. Mason. With notes. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1779] Epistle to Admiral Keppel:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1780] Epistle to a friend: on the death of John Thornton, Esq. By the author of "An epistle to an eminent painter.".
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1795] An elegy on the death of the Honourable Sir William Jones: a judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature in Bengal, and President of the Asiatic Society. By William Hayley, Esq.
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1783] An elegy on the ancient Greek model. Addressed to the Right Reverend Robert Lowth, Lord Bishop of London. By William Hayley, Esq:
Hayley, William, 1745-1820. / [1800] Anecdotes of Philip, late Earl of Chesterfield, and Dr. Johnson: a comparative view of their lives, characters, and merit, ... By a student at Cambridge.
Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820. / [1774] Human authority, in matters of faith, repugnant to Christianity: illustrated in two discourses on Matth. xxiii. 8. With a prefatory address, ... By the author of An essay on the justice of God.
Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820. / [1790] Discourses for the use of families: on the advantages of a free enquiry, and on the study of the scriptures. By W. Hazlitt, M.A.
Hazlitt, William, 1737-1820. / [1773] An essay on the justice of God:
Hearty Well-Wisher to Publick Credit. / [1720] The South-Sea scheme examin'd: and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated. By a hearty well-wisher to publick credit.
Heath, William, 1737-1814. / [Aug. 1798] Memoirs of Major-General Heath: Containing anecdotes, details of skirmishes, battles, and other military events, during the American war. Written by himself. Published according to act of Congress.
Henry, David, 1710-1792. / [1773-74] An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.4]
Henry, David, 1710-1792. / [1773-74] An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.3]
Henry, David, 1710-1792. / [1773-74] An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.2]
Henry, David, 1710-1792. / [1773-74] An historical account of all the voyages round the world, performed by English navigators; including those lately undertaken by order of His present Majesty. The whole faithfully extracted from the journals of the voyagers. ... In four volumes.: [pt.1]
Henry, Thomas, 1734-1816. / [1775] An account of the medicinal virtues of magnesia alba: more particularly of calcined magnesia; ... By Thomas Henry, ...
Hey, Mrs. / [1725] A generous discovery of many curious and useful medicines and preparations, both in physic, chymistry, cookery, and stiffenry; as a drink for the small pox, ... To be had at Mrs. Hey's near the Wax-candle in St. Andrew's Norwich:
Heysham, John, 1753-1834. / [1780?] Observations on the bills of mortality, in Carlisle: for the year 1779.
Heysham, John, 1753-1834. / [1782] An account of the jail fever: or typhus carcerum: as it appeared at Carlisle in the year 1781. By John Heysham...
Hicks, T. / [1703] A compleat treatise of urines, shewing the right method of urinal prognostication, far different from the common practice of quacks and mountebanks. By T.H. Pharmacop. Rustican:
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1709] The walking statue: or, the devil in the wine-cellar. A comedy, as it was acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1737] The tears of the muses; in a conference between prince Germanicus, and a male-content party:
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1753] The Roman revenge: A tragedy. By Aaron Hill, Esq;.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1730] The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1730] The progress of wit: a caveat. For the use of an eminent writer. By a fellow of All-Souls. To which is prefix'd, an explanatory discourse to the reader. By Gamaliel Gunson, ...
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1730] The plain dealer: being select essays on several curious subjects: relating to friendship, ... poetry, and other branches of polite literature. Publish'd originally in the year 1724. And now first collected into two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1718] The northern-star: A poem. Written by Mr. Hill.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1708] The invasion: a poem to the Queen: By Mr. Hill.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1758] The insolvent: or, filial piety. A tragedy. Acted at the Theatre in the Hay-market, (by authority) under the direction of Mr. Cibber. Written by the late Aaron Hill, ...
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1744] The impartial. An address, without flattery. Being a poet's free thoughts on the situation of our public affairs, anno 1744:
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1749] Gideon; or, the patriot. An epic poem: in twelve books. Upon a Hebrew plan. In honour of the two chief virtues of a people; intrepidity in foreign war: and spirit of domestic liberty. With miscellaneous notes, and large reflections,:
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1709] A full and just account of the present state of the Ottoman empire in all its branches: with the government, and policy, religion, customs, and way of living of the Turks, in general. ... By Aaron Hill, ...
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1721?] The fatal extravagance. A tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre, in Lincoln's-Inn-Fields. Written by Mr. Joseph Mitchell.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1743] The fanciad. An heroic poem. In six cantos. To His Grace the Duke of Marlborough, on the turn of his genius to arms:
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1707] Camillus: a poem: humbly inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Charles Earl of Peterborough and Monmouth. By Aaron Hill, gent.
Hill, Aaron, 1685-1750. / [1731] Athelwold: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, by His Majesty's servants.
Hill, John, 1714?-1775. / [1765] The power of water-dock against the scurvy: whether in the plain root or essence. With marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life for those afflicted with it. By J. Hill, ...
Hill, John, 1714?-1775. / [1750?] The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick; ...
Hill, John, 1714?-1775. / [1775] Hypochondriasis. A practical treatise on the nature and cure of that disorder; commonly called the hyp and hypo. By Sir John Hill:
Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809. / [M.DCC.LXXIII. 1773] The macaroni. A comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in York.
Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809. / [1788-94] An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.2]
Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809. / [1788-94] An historical view of the Irish stage: from the earliest period down to the close of the season 1788. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, ... In two volumes. ... By Robert Hitchcock, ... [pt.1]
Hitchcock, Robert, d. 1809. / [1777] The coquette; or, the mistakes of the heart: a comedy. As performed at the Theatres-Royal in York and Hull:
Hoadly, Benjamin, 1676-1761. / [1717] The nature of the kingdom, or church, of Christ: A sermon preach'd before the King, at the Royal chapel at St. James's, on Sunday March 31, 1717. By ... Benjamin Lord Bishop of Bangor. ...
Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834. / [1793] The prize: or, 2, 5, 3, 8, a musical farce in two acts, as performed by His Majesty's company. Written by Prince Hoare, Esq. The music by Storace. Correctly taken from the manager's book.
Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834. / [1794] My grandmother: a musical farce, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Hay Market. The music composed by Mr. Storace.
Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834. / [1793] Love's victims: the hermit's story. By the author of The prize, No song no supper, &c:
Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834. / [1796] Lock and key: a musical entertainment, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Prince Hoare, Esq. ... Correctly taken from the prompt-book.
Hoare, Prince, 1755-1834. / [1799] The captive of Spilburg in two acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, altered from the favourite French drama called Le souterrain, with a preface by the translator. The music by Dussek.
Hoffmann, Friedrich, 1660-1742. / [1754] A treatise of the extraordinary virtues and effects of asses milk, in the cure of various diseases, particularly the gout, scurvy, and nervous disorders: ... Translated from the Latin of the celebrated Frederick Hoffman, ...
Hogarth, William, 1697-1764. / [1753] The analysis of beauty: Written with a view of fixing the fluctuating ideas of taste. By William Hogarth.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1790] Try again: a farce, in two acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1787] Seduction: a comedy: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1791] The school for arrogance: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] The road to ruin: a comedy. As acted at the London and Dublin theatres.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1784] The noble peasant: a comic opera, in three acts; as performed at the Theatre-Royal, in the Haymarket. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1780] A plain and succinct narrative of the late riots and disturbances in the cities of London and Westminster: and borough of Southwark. Containing, ... an account of the commitment of Lord George Gordon to the Tower, and anecdotes of his life. To which is prefixed, an abstract of the act lately passed in favour of the Roman Catholics. ... The third edition, corrected: with an appendix. By William Vincent, ...
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1795] A narrative of facts, relating to a prosecution for high treason: including the address to the jury, which the court refused to hear: ... and the defence the author had prepared, if he had been brought to trial. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794] Love's frailties: a comedy in five acts, as performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1796] The man of ten thousand: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. The second edition. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1795] A letter to the Right Honourable William Windham, on the intemperance and dangerous tendency of his public conduct. By Thomas Holcroft:
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1798] Knave, or not?: A comedy: in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1783] Human happiness: or the sceptic. A poem, in six cantos. By Thomas Holcroft, ...
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1783] The family picture; or, domestic dialogues on amiable and interesting subjects; ... By Thomas Holcroft,: [pt.2]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1798] He's much to blame: a comedy: in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1783] The family picture; or, domestic dialogues on amiable and interesting subjects; ... By Thomas Holcroft,: [pt.1]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1777] Elegies: I. On the death of Samuel Foote, Esq. II. On age. By Thomas Holcroft, ...
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1781] Duplicity: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1795] The deserted daughter: a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1785] The choleric fathers: A comic opera. Performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By Thomas Holcroft.
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.7]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1792] Anna St. Ives: a novel. By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1780] Alwyn: or the gentleman comedian. In two volumes. ...: [pt.2]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1780] Alwyn: or the gentleman comedian. In two volumes. ...: [pt.1]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.6]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.5]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.4]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.3]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.2]
Holcroft, Thomas, 1745-1809. / [1794-97] The adventures of Hugh Trevor: By Thomas Holcroft. ... [pt.1]
Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817. / [1800] What a blunder!: A comic opera, in three acts: first performed at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, August 14, 1800. By Joseph George Holman, ...
Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817. / [1799] The votary of wealth: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By J. G.. Holman, ...
Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817. / [1799] The Red-Cross Knights: A play, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Hay-Market. Founded on The robbers of Schiller. By J. G. Holman.
Holman, J. G. (Joseph George), 1764-1817. / [1796] Abroad and at home: A comic opera, in three acts. Now performing at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By J. G. Holman,.
Holwell, J. Z. (John Zephaniah), 1711-1798. / [1767] An account of the manner of inoculating for the small pox in the East Indies: With some observations on the practice and mode of treating that disease in those parts. ... By J. Z. Holwell, F.R.S.
Home, Everard, Sir, 1756-1832. / [1796] Experiments and observations on the blood when mixed with urine: By Everard Home, Esq. F.R.S. ...
Home, Francis, 1719-1813. / [1765] An inquiry into the nature, cause, and cure of the croup. By Francis Home,:
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1760] The siege of Aquileia: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1769] The fatal discovery. A tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane:
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1757] Douglas: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1773] Alonzo: A tragedy. In five acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane.
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1758] Agis: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Home, John, 1722-1808. / [1777] Alfred. A tragedy. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden:
Homer. / [1725-26] The Odyssey of Homer: [pt.1]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.6]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.5]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.4]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.3]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.2]
Homer. / [1715-20] The Iliad: of Homer. Translated by Mr. Pope. [pt.1]
Hooke, Andrew. / [1734] An essay on physick: Or, an attempt to revive the practice of the antients. With some general observations on animal mechanism, and the materia medica. By Andrew Hooke, M.D.
Hoole, John, 1727-1803. / [1770] Timanthes: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.
Hoole, John, 1727-1803. / [1768] Cyrus: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.
Hoole, John, 1727-1803. / [1775] Cleonice, Princess of Bithynia: a tragedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. By John Hoole.
Howlett, John, 1731-1804. / [1782] Observations on the increased population, healthiness, &c. of the town of Maidstone:
Hudibras, Hugh. / [1793] The levellers: or, Satan's Privy-Council. A Pasquinade, in three cantos. The author, Hugh Hudibras, Esq.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1765?] The Spanish lady, a musical entertainment: in two acts; founded on the plan of the old ballad. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1773] The prodigal son; an oratorio: written by Mr. Hull. Set to music by Mr. Arnold.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1774] Richard Plantagenet: a legendary tale, now first published, by Mr. Hull.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1765] Pharnaces: an opera. Altered from the Italian. By Thomas Hull. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1767] The perplexities: a comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden:
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1797] Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.2]
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1797] Moral tales in verse: founded on real events. Written by Thomas Hull, ... [pt.1]
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1774] Henry the Second: or, the fall of Rosamond: a tragedy; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Written by Thomas Hull.
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1766] The fairy favour. A masque:
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1777] Airs, duets, trios, &c. in the new comic opera, called Love finds the way. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden:
Hull, Thomas, 1728-1808. / [1758?] A collection of poems and translations: in English and Latin. By Thomas Hull.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1748] A true account of the behaviour and conduct of Archibald Stewart: Esq; late Lord Provost of Edinburgh. In a letter to a friend.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1739-40] A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.3]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1739-40] A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.2]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1739-40] A treatise of human nature: being an attempt to introduce the experimental method of reasoning into moral subjects. ... [pt.1]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1748] Philosophical essays: concerning human understanding. By the author of the Essays moral and political.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1752] Political discourses: By David Hume Esq.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1795?] Letter from David Hume, Esq. to the author of The delineation of the nature and obligation of morality:
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1777] The life of David Hume, Esq: Written by himself. To which is added, a letter from Adam Smith, LL.D. to William Strahan, Esq.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1759] The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1759] The history of England: under the House of Tudor. ... By David Hume, Esq; In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1762] The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.2]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1757] Four dissertations. I. The natural history of religion. II. Of the passions. III. Of tragedy. IV. Of the standard of taste. By David Hume, esq:
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1762] The history of England: from the invasion of Julius Cæsar to the accession of Henry VII. ... By David Hume, Esq. [pt.1]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1783] Essays on suicide, and the immortality of the soul: ascribed to the late David Hume, Esq. Never before published. With remarks, intended as an antidote to the poison contained in these performances, by the editor. To which is added, two letters on suicide, from Rosseau's [sic] Eloisa.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1741] Essays, moral and political:
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1760] Essays and treatises: on several subjects. By David Hume, Esq; In four volumes. ... [pt.3]
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1751] An enquiry concerning the principles of morals: By David Hume, Esq;.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1766] A concise and genuine account of the dispute between Mr. Hume and Mr. Rousseau: with the letters that passed between them during their controversy. As also, the letters of the Hon. Mr. Walpole, and Mr. D'Alambert, ... Translated from the French:
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1779] Dialogues concerning natural religion: By David Hume, Esq;.
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1740] An abstract of a book lately published; entituled, A treatise of human nature, &c. Wherein the chief argument of that book is farther illustrated and explained:
Hume, David, 1711-1776. / [1782] The beauties of Hume and Bolingbroke:
Hunter, William, 1718-1783. / [1794] An anatomical description of the human gravid uterus, and its contents. By the late William Hunter, M.D.:
Hutchinson, William, 1715-1801. / [1777] A treatise on practical seamanship: ... By William Hutchinson, mariner, and dock master, at Liverpool.
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1775] A week at a cottage a pastoral tale:
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1778 1779?] A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.2]
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1778 1779?] A view of Northumberland with an excursion to the abbey of Mailross in Scotland. By W. Hutchinson: [pt.1]
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1775] The spirit of masonry in moral and elucidatory lectures: By Wm Hutchinson ...
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1789] The Princess of Zanfara: a dramatic poem.
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1796] The history and antiquities of the city of Carlisle: and its vicinity, by William Hutchinson, Esq.
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1785-94] The history and antiquities of the county palatine, of Durham: by William Hutchinson ... [pt.2]
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1772] The hermitage: a British story.
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1774] An excursion to the lakes, in Westmoreland and Cumberland, August 1773:
Hutchinson, William, 1732-1814. / [1784] An address to the subscribers for the History and antiquities of the county palatine of Durham: with a sketch of the materials from whence the intended publication is compiled. By William Hutchinson, F.A.S:
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1786] Tracts, mathematical and philosophical: By Charles Hutton, ... Vol.1.
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1778] A supplement to Hutton's arithmetic: containing the solutions, at full length, of the promiscuous collection of questions proposed in that work. By the author:
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1799] Proposals for publishing, periodically, A collection of mathematical and philosophical tracts and selections:
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1772] The principles of bridges: containing the mathematical demonstrations of the properties of the arches, the thickness of the piers, the force of the water against them, &c. ... By Cha. Hutton, ...
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1778] The force of fired gun-powder, and the initial velocities of cannon balls: determined by experiments; from which is also deduced the relation of the initial velocity to the weight of the shot and the quantity of powder. By Charles Hutton, ... Read at the Royal Society, Jan. 8, 1778.
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1786] The compendious measurer: being a brief, yet comprehensive, treatise on mensuration and practical geometry. ... Adapted to the use of schools ... By Charles Hutton, ...
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1787] Elements of conic sections: with select exercises in various branches of mathematics and philosophy. For the use of the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. By Charles Hutton, ...
Hutton, Charles, 1737-1823. / [1780] Calculations to determine at what point in the side of a hill its attraction will be the greatest, &c: By Charles Hutton, ... Read at the Royal Society, Nov. 11, 1779.
Hutton, Charles, shipmaster in Culross. / [1783] Inf. Charles Hutton. Lord Eskgrove reporter. April 22. 1783. Information for Charles Hutton, shipmaster in Culross, suspender, against William Palmer of Great Yarmouth, in the county of Norfolk, and David Maclaren, merchant in Leith, his attorney, chargers: