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Jackson, Humphrey, ca. 1717-1801. / [1744] Reflexions concerning the virtues of tar water: Wherein is proved by experience, that its present preparation is not founded upon philosophical principles; ... By H. Jackson, chemist.
Jackson, Rowland, 1720-1784. / [1746] A physical dissertation on drowning: in which submersion, commonly call'd drowning, is shewn to be a long time consistent with the continuance of life, from a variety of unexceptionable tho' surprising facts, ... To which is subjoined, the proper measures for recovery and relief; ... by a physician.
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1708] A token for mariners: containing many famous and wonderful instances of God's providence in sea dangers and deliverances, ... (Much enlarg'd ... ). Also The seaman's preacher, ... And prayers for seamen on all occasions.
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1757] A token for children: Being an exact account of the conversion, holy and exemplary lives, and joyful deaths of several young children. In two parts. By James Janeway, ...
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1710] Heaven upon earth: or, the best friend, in the worst times. Being a legacy to London. By James Janeway.
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1772] Invisibles, realities: demonstrated in the holy life and triumphant death of Mr. John Janeway, ... By James Janeway, ...
Janeway, James, 1636?-1674. / [1749] An extract of the life and death of Mr. John Janeway: ... By James Wheatley.
Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799. / [1788] Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Jardine, Alexander, d. 1799. / [1788] Letters from Barbary, France, Spain, Portugal, &c: By an English officer. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Jardine, L. J., fl. 1795. / [1795] A letter from Pennsylvania to a friend in England: containing valuable information with respect to America. By L. J. Jardine, M.D:
Jenner, Edward, 1749-1823. / [1800] A continuation of facts and observations relative to the variolæ vaccinæ, or cow pox: By Edward Jenner, M.D. ...
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1774] The speech delivered by Robert Jephson, Esq; on the 11th of February, 1774, in the debate on the committing heads of a bill, for "the better encouragement of persons professing the Popish religion to become Protestants, and for the further improvement of the kingdom." John Foster, Esq; in the chair:
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1791] Two strings to your bow: a farce, in two acts, as now performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden, with distinguished applause. By Robert Jephson, Esq.
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1785] Songs, chorusses, &c. in The campaign; or, love in the East-Indies. A comic opera. As performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Written by Captain Jephson:
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1794] Roman portraits, a poem, in heroick verse; with historical remarks and illustrations: by Robert Jephson, Esq:
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1779] The law of Lombardy: a tragedy: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Robert Jephson, ...
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1783] The hotel: or, the servant with two masters. As it was performed at the Theatre-Royal, Smock-Alley, with distinguished applause:
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1787] Julia: or, the Italian lover. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Robert Jephson, Esq.
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1781] The Count of Narbonne: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Robert Jephson, Esq;.
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1771] An epistle to Gorges Edmond Howard: Esq. With notes explanatory, critical, and historical, by George Faulkner, ...
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1796] Conspiracy, a tragedy. By R. Jephson, Esq:
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1768] Considerations upon the augmentation of the army: Address'd to the publick.
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1794] The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.1]
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1794] The confessions of James Baptiste Couteau: citizen of France, written by himself: and translated from the original French, by Robert Jephson, Esq. Illustrated with nine engravings. ... [pt.2]
Jephson, Robert, 1736-1803. / [1775] Braganza: A tragedy. Performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Written by Robert Jephson, Esq.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1766] Yarico to Inkle: an epistle. By the author of the Elegy written among the ruins of an abbey.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1795] The Welch heiress, a comedy:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1794] The siege of Berwick: a tragedy, by Mr. Jerningham: as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1791] The Shakspeare gallery, a poem: By Mr. Jerningham.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1767] Poems on various subjects: Viz. The nunnery, The magdalens, The nun, Ruins of an abbey, Yarico to Inkle, Il latte, fugitive pieces. By Mr. Jerningham.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1796] Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.2]
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1796] Poems by Mr. Jerningham: [pt.1]
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1796] Peace, ignominy, and destruction: a poem. Inscribed to the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1799] The Peckham frolic: or Nell Gwyn. A comedy: in three acts.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1762] The nunnery. An elegy: In imitation of the Elegy in a church-yard.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1764] The nun: an elegy: By the author of the Magdalens.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1763] The Magdalens: an elegy: By the author of The nunnery.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1786] Lines written in the album, at Cossey-Hall, Norfolk, the seat of Sir William Jerningham, Bart. August 4th, 1786:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1767] Il latte. An elegy:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1790] Lines on a late resignation at the Royal Academy:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1771] The funeral of Arabert, monk of La Trappe: a poem: By Mr. Jerningham.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1782] Honoria: or the day of All Souls, a poem, with other poetical pieces:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1775] The fall of Mexico, a poem. By Mr. Jerningham:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1778] Fugitive poetical pieces: by Mr. Jerningham.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1789] Enthusiasm: a poem. In two parts. By Mr. Jerningham:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1773] Faldoni and Teresa: By Mr. Jerningham.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1768] Amabella, a poem:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1770] The deserter: a poem:
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1765] An elegy written among the ruins of an abbey: By the author of The nun.
Jerningham, Mr. (Edward), 1737?-1812. / [1792] Abelard to Eloisa: a poem. By Mr. Jerningham.
John and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland) / [1770] Unto the Right Honourable, the Lords of Council and Session, the petition of John and William Cunningham and Company brewers in Glasgow, James Hotchkis and Company brewers in Edinburgh, and James Graham vintner in Glasgow, for themselves, and as trustees of William MʻGregor late tenant in Parkhall,:
John and William Cunningham and Company (Brewers : Glasgow, Scotland) / [1770] Answers for John and William Cuninghams and Company, brewers in Glasgow; James Hotchkis and Company, brewers in Edinburgh; and James Graham vintner in Glasgow; for themselves, and as trustees for the other creditors of William MʻGregor late tenant in the lands of Parkhall, and others: to the petition of Robert Hamilton of Wishaw:
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.6]
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.4]
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.5]
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.3]
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.2]
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. / [1752] The Rambler.: [pt.1]
Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800? / [1774] The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800? / [1774] The history of Arsaces, Prince of Betlis: By the editor of Chrysal. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800? / [1786] The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.2]
Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800? / [1786] The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.3]
Johnstone, Charles, 1719?-1800? / [1786] The adventures of Anthony Varnish: or, a peep at the manners of society. By an adept. In three volumes. ... [pt.1]
Johnstone, James, 1730?-1802. / [1790] Some account of the medicinal water, near Tewkesbury: with thoughts on the use and diseases of the lymphatic glands. In a letter to Edward Johnstone, M.D. ... by James Johnstone, M.D. ...
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1763] The royal vision: in an ode to peace: By Henry Jones ...
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1754] Verses to His Grace the Duke of Newcastle, on the death of the Right Honourable Henry Pelham: By Henry Jones, ...
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1754] The relief, or, day thoughts: a poem. Occasioned by The Complaint, or night thoughts. Humbly inscribed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Holderness.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1749] Poems on several occasions: By Henry Jones.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1746] Philosophy: A poem address'd to the ladies who attend Mr. Booth's lectures. By the bricklayer.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1758] The patriot enterprize: or an address to Britain. A poem. Inscribed to the Right Hon. William Pitt, ... by Mr. Jones, author of The Earl of Essex. To which is added, The Prussian campaign, a poem. Celebrating the atchievements [sic] of Frederick the Great, in the years 1756-57. By William Dobson, L.L.B.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1735/6] New poems on several occasions: I. A short essay on the progress of English poetry. ... XXI. To Mr. Stanley, apothecary. By Henry Jones.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1753] Merit. A poem : inscribed to the Right Honourable Philip Earl of Chesterfield. By Mr. Henry Jones,:
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1753] The Earl of Essex: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Mr. Henry Jones.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1782] The Isle of Wight: a poem, in three cantos.
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [MDCLXVII 1767] Clifton: a poem, in two cantos: Including Bristol and all its environs. By Henry Jones, ...
Jones, Henry, 1721-1770. / [1745] The bricklayer's poem to the Countess of Chesterfield, on Her Ladyship's saving the soldiers from being shot:
Jones, Henry, fl. 1782. / [1782?] A sermon preached at Chart Sutton, Kent, the third of November, 1782: at the opening of the new church; ... To which are annexed, a list of the subscribers, and an account of the money received by the brief towards rebuilding the said church.
Jones, John Gale, 1769-1838. / [1794] Observations on the tussis convulsiva: or hooping cough, as read at the Lyceum Medicum Londinense. ... By John Gale Jones.
Jones, Robert, M.D. / [1789] An inquiry into the nature, causes, and termination of nervous fevers: together with observations tending to illustrate the method of restoring His Majesty to health, and of preventing relapses of his disease. By Robert Jones, ...
Jurin, James, 1684-1750. / [1735] The minute mathematician: or, the free-thinker no just-thinker. Set forth in a second letter to the author of The analyst; containing a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, ... By Philalethes Cantabrigiensis:
Jurin, James, 1684-1750. / [1734] Geometry no friend to infidelity: or, a defence of Sir Isaac Newton and the British mathematicians, in a letter to the author of The analyst. ... By Philalethes Cantabrigiensis:
Jurin, James, 1684-1750. / [1724] An account of the success of inoculating the small pox in Great Britain: With a comparison between the miscarriages in that practice, and the mortality of the natural small-pox. ... By James Jurin, ...