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Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1774-75] Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.3]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1774-75] Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.4]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1774-75] Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.1]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1774-75] Sketches of the history of man: In four volumes. By Henry Home, Lord Kaims, ... [pt.2]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1758] Historical law-tracts.: [pt.2]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1767] Principles of equity:
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1758] Historical law-tracts.: [pt.1]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1751] Essays on the principles of morality and natural religion: In two parts.
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1732] Essays upon several subjects in law: sciz. justertii, beneficium cedendarum actionum, vinco vincentem, prescription.
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1762] Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.3]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1762] Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.2]
Kames, Henry Home, Lord, 1696-1782. / [1762] Elements of criticism: In three volumes. ... [pt.1]
Kelly, Hugh. / [1765] An elegy to the memory of the Right Honourable William, late Earl of Bath:
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1770] A word to the wise: a comedy. As it was performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane. Written by Hugh Kelly, ...
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1766] Thespis: or, a critical examination into the merits of all the principal performers belonging to Drury-Lane Theatre:
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1774] The school for wives: A comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1767] Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1768] False delicacy: a comedy; as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Hugh Kelly.
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1767] Memoirs of a Magdalen: or, the history of Louisa Mildmay. Now first published from a series of original letters. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1771] Clementina: a tragedy, as it is perform'd with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1767] The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.2]
Kelly, Hugh, 1739-1777. / [1767] The babler: Containing a careful selection from those entertaining and interesting essays. Which have given the public so much satisfaction under that title ... in Owen's Weekly Chronicle. ... [pt.1]
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. / [1789?] The pannel: As altered by J. P. Kemble. From Bickerstaff's translation of Calderon's El escondido y la trapada; and first acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane, November 28th, 1788.
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. / [1786] Macbeth reconsidered; an essay: intended as an answer to part of the Remarks on some of the characters of Shakspeare:
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. / [1794] Lodoiska: an opera, in three acts, perfomed, for the first time, by His Majesty's Servants, at the Theatre Royal, Drury-Lane, on Monday, June 9th. 1794. Written by J. P. Kemble. ...
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. / [1780] Fugitive pieces: Written by J. P. Kemble.
Kemble, John Philip, 1757-1823. / [1763] The female officer: or the humours of the army, a comedy. Altered from Shadwell.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1767] The widow'd wife. A comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By W. Kenrick.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1773] A whipping for the Welch parson: Being a comment on the Rev. Mr. Evan Lloyd's Epistle to David Garrick, Esq. By Scriblerius Flagellarius. To which is superadded the parson's text.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1748] The town. A satire. By W. Kenrick:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1776] The spleen: or, the offspring of folly. A lyri-comi-tragic tale. In four cantos. ... Dedicated to George Colman, Esq. Author of the spleen, a comic piece, ...
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1751] The so much talk'd of and expected old woman's Dunciad: Or, midwife's master-piece ... By Mary Midnight. With historical, critical, and explanatory notes, by Margelina Scribelinda Macularia.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1751] A satirical dialogue between a sea captain and his friend in town: humbly address'd to the gentlemen who deform'd the play of Othello, on th--rs--y, M---- the 7th, 1750, at the Th-tre R-y-l, in Dr-y L-ne: to which is added, a prologue and epilogue, much more suitable to the occasion than their own:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1751] A reply to The grand question debated: fully proving, that the soul of man is, and must be immortal. ... By Ontologos.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1765] A review of Doctor Johnson's new edition of Shakespeare: in which the ignorance, or inattention, of that editor is exposed, ... By W. Kenrick.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1768] Poems; ludicrous, satirical and moral:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1753] The pasquinade. With notes variorum. Book the first:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1775] Observations, civil and canonical, on the marriage contract, as entered into conformably to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. By W. Kenrick, LL.D:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1776] Observations on Soame Jenyns's View of the internal evidence of the Christian religion; addressed to its almost-Christian author. By W. Kenrick, LL.D:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1772] Love in the Suds: a town eclogue, being the lamentation of Roscius for the loss of his Nyky ...
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1771] A lecture on the perpetual motion.:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1778] The lady of the manor: a comic opera: as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by Dr. Kenrick. The songs set to music by Mr. Hook.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1774] Introduction to the school of Shakespeare; held, on Wednesday evenings, in the Apollo, at the Devil Tavern, Temple Bar. To which is added a retort courteous on the criticks, as delivered at the second and third lectures:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1751] The grand question debated; or an essay to prove that the soul of man is not, neither can it be, immortal. ... By Ontologos:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1752] Fun: a parodi-tragi-comical satire: As it was to have been perform'd at the Castle-Tavern, Pater-Noster-Row, on Thursday, February 13, 1752, but suppressed, by a special order from the Lord-Mayor ...
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1766] Falstaff's wedding: a comedy: as it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. Being a sequel to the second part of the play of King Henry the fourth. Written in imitation of Shakespeare, by W. Kenrick.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1756] Epistles to Lorenzo:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1768] An epistle to James Boswell, Esq. occasioned by his having transmitted the moral writings of Dr. Samuel Johnson, to Pascal Paoli, ... With a postscript, containing thoughts on liberty; ... By W. K. Esq:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1759] Epistles philosophical and moral:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1773] The duellist, a comedy: As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. Written by W. Kenrick, LL.D.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1766] A defence of Mr. Kenrick's review of Dr. Johnson's Shakespeare: containing a number of curious and ludicrous anecdotes of literary biography. By a friend.
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1774] An address to the artists and manufacturers of Great Britain; respecting an application to Parliament for the farther encouragement of new discoveries and inventions in the useful arts; ... By W. Kenrick, LL.D:
Kenrick, W. (William), 1725?-1779. / [1770] An account of the automaton, constructed by Orffyreus: in two letters; the one, from Professor 'sGravesande, to Sir Isaac Newton; the other from Baron Fischer, to Dr. Desaguliers. To which is annexed the testimonial of the Prince of Hesse Cassel, ... likewise animadversions, by Professor Allaman of Leyden, ...
King, Thomas. / [1800] Fossils, remains of animals and vegetables, minerals, recent shells, corals, and other curious subjects of natural history. Catalogue of the genuine and entire museum of curious subjects of natural history, of John Strange, Esq. ... Which will be sold by auction, ... by Mr. King, ... Covent-Garden, on Friday, July 11, 1800,:
King, Thomas, 1730-1805. / [1769] Wit's last stake. A farce: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane.
King, Thomas, 1730-1805. / [1763] Love at first sight: a ballad farce: of two acts. As performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
King, Thomas, 1730-1805. / [1766] Like master, like man: A comedy of two acts. Alter'd from Sir John Vanbrugh. As perform'd at the Theatre, in Smock-Alley.
King, Thomas, fl. 1791. / [1791] A check on uncharitableness: or, an answer to a book, entitled, "The skeleton; or the Arminian anatomized; and the carnal preacher dissected. By W.H." In three parts. ... To which is added, A farther check to uncharitableness: ... By Thomas King.
Kirkland, Thomas, 1722-1798. / [1770] Observations upon Mr. Pott's General remarks on fractures, &c: In three letters to a young surgeon intending to settle in the country. With a postscript, concerning the cure of compound dislocations; in which the usual method of treating wounds of the tendons and ligaments is briefly considered. By Thomas Kirkland, surgeon.
Kirkland, Thomas, 1722-1798. / [1763] An essay on the methods of suppressing hæmorrhages from divided arteries. By Thomas Kirkland, surgeon: