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M. M. / [1716] A short historical account of the several kinds of worms breeding in human bodies: extracted from the writings of the most eminent authors. With a particular description of their symptoms, and the most approved remedies for their expulsion. By M. M.
MacDonald, John, b. 1741? / [1790] Travels, in various parts of Europe, Asia, and Africa, during a series of thirty years and upwards. By John MacDonald,:
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1760] A Scotsman's remarks on the farce of Love a la mode, scene by scene.:
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1783] The true-born Irishman: or, Irish fine lady. A comedy of two acts. By Charles Macklin.
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1779] A new comedy. Love a-al-a-mode [sic] in two acts:
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1791] Proposals for publishing by subscription The man of the world, a comedy, in five acts; and, Love a la mode, a comedy, in two acts, written by Mr. Charles Macklin.:
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1785] The man of the world: A comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatres-Royal of Covent-Garden and Smock-Alley ... Written by Charles Macklin, Esq.
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1774] The genuine arguments of the council, with the opinion of the Court of King's Bench, on cause shewn, why an information should not be exhibited against John Stephen James, Joseph Clarke, Esqrs. Ralph Aldus ... William Augustus Miles, James Sparks, and Thomas Leigh; for a riotous conspiracy, ... to deprive Charles Macklin, ... of his livelihood; ... By a citizen of the world:
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1746] King Henry the VII: Or the popish impostor. A tragedy. As it is acted by His Majesty's servants, at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane.
Macklin, Charles, 1697?-1797. / [1775?] Case, Mr. Macklin late of Covent-Garden Theatre, against Mess. Clarke, Aldys, Lee, James, and Miles:
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1783] Tristram Shandy: a sentimental, Shandean bagatelle, in two acts. By the author of Retaliation.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1784] Robin Hood; or, Sherwood Forest: a comic opera: As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By Leonard Mac Nally, Esq.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1781] Sentimental excursions to Windsor: and other places, with notes critical, illustrative, and explanatory, ...
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1786] Richard Coeur de Lion: A comic opera, as performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Taken from a French comedy of the same name, written by Monsieur Sedaine; by Leonard Macnally, Esq.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1782] Retaliation, a farce, in two acts: as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Leonard MacNally, Esq.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1776] An heroic answer, from Richard Twiss, Esq: F.R.S. at Rotterdam, to Donna Teresa Pinna Ruiz, of Murica.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1785] Fashionable levities, a comedy: In five acts. By Leonard Macnally, Esq.
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1779] The apotheosis of Punch; a satirical masque: with a monody on the death of the late Master Punch. As now performing at the Patagonian Theatre, Exeter- 'Change, with universal applause:
MacNally, Leonard, 1752-1820. / [1790] An address to the Whig Club: with an essay on the judicial discretion of judges, on fiats and on bail:
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1779] A short history of the opposition during the last session of Parliament:
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [17761775] The rights of Great Britain asserted against the claims of America: being an answer to the declaration of the General Congress.
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1775] Original papers: containing the secret history of Great Britain, from the restoration, to the accession of the House of Hannover. ... The whole arranged and published by James Macpherson, ... [pt.2]
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1775] The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1771] An introduction to the history of Great Britain and Ireland: By James Macpherson, ...
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1775] The history of Great Britain, from the Restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover: By James Macpherson, in two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1758] The highlander: a poem: in six cantos.
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1760] Fragments of ancient poetry, collected in the Highlands of Scotland, and translated from the Galic or Erse language:
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1762] Fingal: an ancient epic poem, in six books: together with several other poems, composed by Ossian the son of Fingal. Translated from the Galic language, by James Macpherson.
Macpherson, James, 1736-1796. / [1762] The battle of Lora: A poem. With some fragments written in the Erse, or Irish language, by Ossian, the son of Fingal. Translated into English verse by Mr. Derrick.
Maiden Hospital (Edinburgh, Scotland) / [1783] Statutes of the Maiden Hospital: founded by the company of merchants of Edinburgh, and Mary Erskine.
Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834. / [1800] An investigation of the cause of the present high price of provisions: By the author of the essay on the principle of population.
Malthus, T. R. (Thomas Robert), 1766-1834. / [1798] An essay on the principle of population, as it affects the future improvement of society. With remarks on the speculations of Mr. Godwin, M. Condorcet, and other writers:
Mandeville, Bernard, 1670-1733. / [1725] An enquiry into the causes of the frequent executions at Tyburn: and a proposal for some regulations concerning felons in prison, and the good effects to be expected from them. ... By B. Mandeville, M.D:
Manley, Mrs. (Mary de la Rivière), 1663-1724. / [1717] Lucius, the first Christian King of Britain: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majesty's servants. By Mrs. Manley.
Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793. / [1773] A philosophical essay on man: Being an attempt to investigate the principles and laws of the reciprocal influence of the soul on the body. ... [pt.2]
Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793. / [1775] An essay on gleets: wherein the defects of the actual method of treating those complaints of the urethra are pointed out, and an effectual way of curing them indicated. By J. P. Marat, M.D.
Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793. / [1773] A philosophical essay on man: Being an attempt to investigate the principles and laws of the reciprocal influence of the soul on the body. ... [pt.1]
Marat, Jean Paul, 1743-1793. / [1774] Chains of slavery: A work wherein the clandestine and villianous attempts of princes to ruin liberty are pointed out, ...
Marra, John. / [1775] Journal of the Resolution's voyage: in 1772, 1773, 1774, and 1775. On discovery to the southern hemisphere, ... Also a journal of the Adventure's voyage, in the years 1772, 1773, and 1774. ... Illustrated with a chart, ... and other cuts.
Mason, William, 1719-1791. / [1758?] Remarks and observations on the morality and divinity contained in Dr. Free's certain articles: proposed to the Court of Assistants, of the Worshipful Company of Salters. In a letter to the Reverend Dr. Free.
Mason, William, 1719-1791. / [1756] Methodism displayed: and enthusiasm detected; intended as an antidote against, and a preservative from the delusive principles and unscriptural doctrines of a modern sett of seducing preachers; and as a defence of our regular and orthodox clergy, from their unjust reflections.
Mason, William, 1719-1791. / [1760?] Antinomian heresy exploded: in an appeal to the Christian world; against the unscriptural doctrines, and licentious tenets of Mr. James Relly: advanced in his treatise of union, &c. By W. Mason:
Mason, William, 1719-1791. / [1774] An affectionate address to passionate professors: shewing the blessedness of a meek and quiet spirit: the evil of giving way to bad tempers and sinful passions: and pointing out some remedies for subduing them. By W. Mason:
Mason, William, 1719-1791. / [1775] The absolute and indispensible duty of Christians: in this critical juncture, considered and enforced, in an affectionate address. By W. Mason.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1779] Ode to the naval officers of Great Britain: Written, immediately after the trial of Admiral Keppel, February the eleventh, 1779. By W. Mason, M.A.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1788] Secular ode in commemoration of the glorious revolution, M DC LXXXVIII. By W. Mason,:
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1782] Ode to the honourable William Pitt: By William Mason, M.A.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1776] Ode to Mr. Pinchbeck, upon his newly invented patent candle-snuffers: by Malcolm M'Greggor, ...
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1749] Ode performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge July 1, 1749: At the installation of His Grace Thomas Holles Duke of Newcastle Chancellor of the University. By Mr. Mason ... Set to music by Mr. Boyce.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1747] Musæus: a monody to the memory of Mr. Pope: in imitation of Milton's Lycidas.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1782] King Stephen's watch: A tale, founded on fact. By the author of the Heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1749] Isis: An elegy. Written in the year 1748, by Mr. Mason.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1774] An heroic postscript to the public: occasioned by their favourable reception of a late heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, Knt. &c. By the author of that epistle.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1777] An epistle to Dr. Shebbeare: to which is added an ode to Sir Fletcher Norton, in imitation of Horace, Ode VIII. Book IV. By Malcolm MacGreggor, of Knightsbridge, Esq. ...
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1782] The dean and the 'squire: a political eclogue. Humbly dedicated to Soame Jenyns, Esq. By the author of the Heroic epistle to Sir William Chambers, &c.
Mason, William, 1725-1797. / [1759] Caractacus: a dramatic poem: written on the model of the ancient Greek tragedy. By the author of Elfrida.
Mead, Richard, 1673-1754. / [1720] A short discourse concerning pestilential contagion: and the methods to be used to prevent it. By Richard Mead, ...
Mead, Richard, 1673-1754. / [1708] A discourse concerning the action of the sun and moon on animal bodies; and the influence which this may have in many diseases. By Richard Mead, M.D. ... In two parts:
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1751] The shepherds lottery. A musical entertainment: As it is perform'd by His Majesty's Company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1751] The seasons. In imitation of Spenser:
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1751] Robin Hood: A new musical entertainment. As it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The musick compos'd by the Society of the Temple of Apollo.
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1755] The double disappointment: or, the fortune hunters. A comedy in two acts written by a gentleman.
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1753] The chaplet: A musical entertainment. As it is perform'd by His Majesty's company of comedians at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. The music compos'd by Dr. Boyce.
Mendez, Moses, d. 1758. / [1750] The Battiad. Canto the first:
Merande, D. / [1768] A succinct account of a machine, newly invented for the cure of præternatural curvatures of the spine: together with a detail of several cases, in which this machine has been tried with great success. By D. Merande, M.D:
Midriff, John, Sir. / [1721] Observations on the spleen and vapours: containing remarkable cases of persons of both sexes, and all ranks, ... who have been miserably afflicted with those melancholy disorders since the fall of South-Sea, and other publick stocks; ... By Sir John Midriff, ...
Monro, Alexander, 1697-1767. / [1741] The anatomy of the human nerves: with an account of the reciprocal motions of the heart, and a description of the human lacteal sac and duct. By Alexander Monro, P.A.
Monro, Alexander, 1733-1817. / [1793] Experiments on the nervous system: with opium and metalline substances; made chiefly with the view of determining the nature and effects of animal electricity. By Alexander Monro, ...
Moore, Edward, 1712-1757. / [1781 1782] The poetical works: of Edward Moore. With the life of the author.
Moore, James Carrick, 1763-1834. / [1784] A method of preventing or diminishing pain in several operations of surgery. By James Moore,:
Moore, John, d. 1737. / [1713] Arcana Mooreana; or, a succinct and lucid discourse, of the origine, essence, scituation symptoms, causes and cure of the cholick, ... Done by Mr. John Moore,:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1793] Village politics: Addressed to all the mechanics, journeymen, and day labourers, in Great Britain. By Will Chip, a country carpenter.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The way to plenty: or, the second part of Tom White.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795?] The two shoemakers: in five parts.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1799] The two wealthy farmers; or, the history of Mr. Bragwell. In seven parts:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The two gardeners:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Turn the carpet; or, the two weavers: a new song in a dialogue between Dick and John.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1788] Thoughts on the importance of the manners of the great to general society:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Tawny Rachel, or, the fortune teller; with some account of dreams, omens and conjurers:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The Sunday school:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. The servant man turned soldier; or, the fair weather Christian, A parable:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. The strait gate and the broad way, being the second part of the valley of tears:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. The history of the two wealthy farmers; or a new dialogue, between Mr. Bragwell and Mr. Worthy. Part IV:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. The pilgrims. An allegory:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. On carrying religion into the common business of life:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Sunday reading. The grand assizes: or general goal delivery.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] Sunday reading. Bear ye one another's burthens: or, the valley of tears: a vision.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1799] Strictures on the modern system of female education: ... By Hannah More. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1799] Strictures on the modern system of female education: ... By Hannah More. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1788] Slavery, a poem. By Hannah More:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1776] Sir Eldred of the bower: and the bleeding rock: two legendary tales. By Miss Hannah More.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part II:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] The shepherd of Salisbury-Plain. Part I:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1773?] A search after happiness: a pastoral. In three dialogues. By a young lady.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1782] Sacred dramas: chiefly intended for young persons: the subjects taken from the Bible. To which is added, Sensibility, a poem.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1800?] The roguish miller; or, nothing got by cheating: A true ballad:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796?] Robert and Richard; or, the ghost of poor Molly: who was drowned in Richard's mill pond. To the tune of Collins's Mulberry tree.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1793] Remarks on the speech of M. Dupont: made in The National Convention of France, on the subjects of religion and public education. By Hannah More.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1800?] The riot; or, half a loaf is better than no bread. In a dialogue between Jack Anvil and Tom Hod. To the tune of "A cobler there was," &c:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796?] The plum-cakes; or, the farmer and his three sons:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1778] Percy: a tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The lady and the pye; or, know thyself:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1777] Ode to Dragon, Mr. Garrick's house-dog, at Hampton:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795?] King Dionysius and Squire Damocles: a new song on an old story. Proper to be sung at all feasts and merry-makings.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1799?] A King or a Consul? A new song to the tune of Derry down:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] John the shopkeeper turned sailor; or, the folly of going out of our element. ... Part II:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] John the shopkeeper turned sailor; Part III:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Jack Brown in prison: ... Being the fourth part of the history of the two shoemakers.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1775] The inflexible captive: A tragedy. By Miss Hannah More.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] The history of Tom White: the postilion. Part I.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The history of Mary Wood: The house-maid. Or, the danger of false excuses.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1797?] The history of Mr. Fantom: the new fashioned philosopher and his man William.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796?] The history of idle Jack Brown: ... being the third part of The two shoemakers.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the second part of The Sunday school:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The history of Charles Jones, the footman: Written by himself.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The history of Hester Wilmot; or, the new gown. Part II. Being a continuation of The Sunday school:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1790] The happy waterman:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1800?] Here and there or, this world and the next: Being suitable thoughts for the new year.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The Hackney coachman; or, the way to get a good fare:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The good militia man: or, the man that is worth a host, being a new song, by honest Dan the plough-boy turned soldier.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1797?] Friendly advice. In a letter from Mrs. Heartwhole, to Dame Nicholls, ... on her fears of the French invasion:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1786] Florio: a tale: for fine gentlemen and fine ladies: and, the bas bleu; or, conversation: two poems.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1779] The fatal falsehood: a tragedy: As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By the author of Percy.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1791] An estimate of the religion of the fashionable world: By one of the laity.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1777] Essays on various subjects: principally designed for young ladies.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1790?] The divine model: or, Christian's exemplar. To which is added, The dram-shop.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796?] The dram-shop; or a peep into a prison:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1797?] The day of judgment: or, the grand reckoning.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Dan and Jane: or faith and works. A tale.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1797?] The cottage cook: or, Mrs. Jones's cheap dishes; shewing the way to do much good with little money.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796?] Black Giles the poacher: with some account of a family who had rather live by their wits than their work. Part I.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [MDCCXCIV. 1794] Considerations on religion and public education: with remarks on the speech of M. Dupont, delivered in the National Convention of France. Together with an address to the ladies, &c. of Great Britain and Ireland. By Hannah More.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795?] The carpenter: or, the danger of evil company.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] Black Giles the poacher: ... Part II.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] Betty Brown, the St. Giles's orange girl::
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1789] Bishop Bonner's ghost:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The apprentice turned master: or, the second part of the two shoemakers. ...
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1795] The apprentice's monitor; or, indentures in verse, shewing what they are bound to do:
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1796] The bad bargain: or, the world set up to sale.
More, Hannah, 1745-1833. / [1799?] 'Tis all for the best:
Morland, John, M.D. / [1774] A rational account of the causes of chronic diseases: ... By John Morland, M.D.
Morley, John, d. 1776. / [1763] An essay on the nature and cure of the king's evil: deduced from observations and practice. The second edition: with an addition of remarkable cases of poor sufferers, cured by the author. ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1796] The way to get married: a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1795] Zorinski: a play, in three acts: as performed at the Theatre Royal, Hay-Market. By Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1800] Speed the plough: a comedy, in five acts. As performed with universal applause at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1797] A cure for the heart-ache: a comedy, in five acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden by Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1798] Secrets worth knowing: a comedy, in five acts. As performed at the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1792] Columbus: or, a world discovered. An historical play. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Thomas Morton, ...
Morton, Thomas, 1764-1838. / [1794] The children in the wood: an opera, in two acts, as performed at the Royal Theatres of Drury-Lane and the Hay-Market.
Moxon, Elizabeth. / [1752?] English housewifry: Exemplified in above four hundred and fifty receipts, giving directions in most parts of cookery; ... With cuts for the orderly placing the dishes and courses; ... By Elizabeth Moxon.
Moxon, Joseph, 1627-1691. / [1703] Mechanick exercises: or the doctrine of handy-works. Applied to the arts of smithing joinery carpentry turning bricklayery. To which is added Mechanick dyalling: ... The third edition. By Joseph Moxon, ...
Muir, James, 1757-1820. / [M,DCC,XCV. 1795] An examination of the principles contained in The age of reason: In ten discourses. By James Muir, D.D. Minister of the Presbyterian Church, Alexandria.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1768] Zenobia: a tragedy: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By the author of The orphan of China.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1764] What we must all come to: A comedy in two acts, as it was intended to be acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1760] The way to keep him: a comedy in three acts: as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1758] The upholsterer: or what news? A farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal, in Drury-Lane. By the author of The apprentice.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1775?] Three weeks after marriage: a comedy, in two acts, as performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1791] Seventeen hundred and ninety-one: a poem, in imitation of the thirteenth satire of Juvenal. By Arthur Murphy, Esq.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1767] The school for guardians: A comedy. As it is performing at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1793] The rival sisters: A tragedy. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Regulated from the prompt-book, ...
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1759] The orphan of China: a tragedy, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1761] The old maid: A comedy in two acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1761] An ode to the naiads of Fleet-Ditch: By Arthur Murphy, Esq;.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1764] No one's enemy but his own: A comedy in three acts, as it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1778] Know your own mind: a comedy, performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1772] The Grecian daughter: a tragedy: as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1756] The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1756] The Gray's-Inn Journal: In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1769] Genuine memoirs of the life and adventures of the celebrated Miss Ann Elliot: Written by a gentleman intimately acquainted with her; ...
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1761] The examiner. A satire. By Arthur Murphy, Esq:
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1792] An essay on the life and genius of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. By Arthur Murphy, ...
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1760] The desert island: a dramatic poem, in three acts. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1763] The citizen. A farce: As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden. By Arthur Murphy, Esq;.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1798] Arminius: or the champion of liberty, a tragedy. With an historical preface. By Arthur Murphy, Esq.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1756] The apprentice: A farce, in two acts, as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal, in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1773] Alzuma: a tragedy. As performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden.
Murphy, Arthur, 1727-1805. / [1761] All in the wrong: A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. By Mr. Murphy.
Murray, James, 1732-1782. / [1764] The history of religion: particularly of the principal denominations of Christians, ... Containing a succinct and genuine account of their original and present constitution, discipline, doctrines, worship, and ceremonies: ... By an impartial hand. [pt.4]
Murray, James, 1732-1782. / [1764] The history of religion: particularly of the principal denominations of Christians, ... Containing a succinct and genuine account of their original and present constitution, discipline, doctrines, worship, and ceremonies: ... By an impartial hand. [pt.1]
Murray, James, 1732-1782. / [1797?] The fast, a poem: translated from the prophet Isaiah. By the Rev. James Murray.
Murray, James, 1732-1782. / [1780?] An alarm without cause: or, the administration of peace supported by the sword of the spirit; ... Delivered in the High-bridge Meeting, Newcastle, by the Revd J. Murray.
Murray, James, 1732-1782. / [1768] An essay on redemption by Jesus Christ. ... By J. Murray,:
Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780. / [1759] Remarks on Dr. Boerhaave's Theory of the attrition of the blood in the lungs. By Samuel Musgrave,:
Musgrave, Samuel, 1732-1780. / [1776] An essay on the nature and cure of the (so called) worm-fever: By Samuel Musgrave, M.D. ...