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Page, John, fl. 1733-1763. / [1763] Receipts for preparing and compounding the principal medicines made use of by the late Mr. Ward: Together with an introduction, &c. By John Page, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1793] The whole proceedings on the trial of an information exhibited ex officio by the King's Attorney-General against Thomas Paine: for a libel upon the Revolution and settlement of the Crown and regal government as by law established; ... Tried by a special jury in the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Tuesday, the 18th of December, 1792. ... Taken in short-hand by Joseph Gurney.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] The trial of Thomas Paine: for a libel, contained in The second part of rights of man, before Lord Kenyon, and a special jury, at Guildhall, December 18. With the speeches of the Attorney General and Mr. Erskine, at large.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1783] Thoughts on the peace, and the probable advantages thereof to the United States of America: By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] Rights of man. Part the second. Combining principle and practice. By Thomas Paine,:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1791] Rights of man: being an answer to Mr. Burke's attack on the French revolution. Second edition. By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [M,DCC,LXXX. 1780] Public good: being an examination into the claim of Virginia to the vacant western territory, and of the right of the United States to the same. To which is added, proposals for laying off a new state, to be applied as a fund for carrying on the war, or redeeming the national debt. By the author of Common sense.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1793] Prospects on the war and paper currency: By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1787] Prospects on the Rubicon: or, an investigation into the causes and consequences of the politics to be agitated at the meeting of Parliament.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] Paine's four letters. Letters on government: including both his letters to Mr. Dundas; with two letters to Lord Onslow, and two from Paris. By Thomas Paine, ... to which are prefixed anecdotes of his life:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792?] Paine's address to the republic of France; September 25, 1792:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] Paine, Dundas, and Onslow. A letter to Mr. Henry Dundas: ... in answer to his speech on the late excellent proclamation. Also two letters to Lord Onslow, ... By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1790?] Lines, &c: By Thomas Paine, [sic]
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1797] A letter to the Honourable Thomas Erskine: on the prosecution of Thomas Williams, for publishing The age of reason. ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1783] A letter to the Earl of Shelburne: on his speech, July 10, 1782, respecting the acknowledgement of American independence. By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] A letter to Mr. Secretary Dundas. In answer to his speech on the late proclamation. By Thomas Paine:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] A letter to Lord Onslow: as chairman of the meeting at Epsom, June 18, 1792, convened to address His Majesty on the late proclamation. By Thomas Paine.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1797] A letter to George Washington: on the subject of the late treaty concluded between Great-Britain and the United States of America, including other matters. By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1796. (Entered according to law)] Letter to George Washington, president of the United States of America: On affairs public and private. By Thomas Paine, author of the works entitled, Common sense, Rights of man, Age of reason, &c.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] Letter of Thomas Paine, to the people of France: Published and distributed gratis by the London Corresponding Society.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] Letter addressed to the addressers, on the late proclamation: By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [M,DCC,LXXXII. 1782] Letter addressed to the abbe Raynal on the affairs of North-America: In which the mistakes in the abbe's account of the revolution of America are corrected and cleared up. By Thomas Paine, M.A. of the University of Pennsylvania, and author of the pamphlet and other publications, entitled, "Common sense.".
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1792] The genuine trial of Thomas Paine: for a libel contained in the second part of Rights of man; at Guildhall, London, Dec. 18, 1792, before Lord Kenyon and a special jury: ... Taken in short-hand by E. Hodgson.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [M,DCC,LXXXVI. 1786] Dissertations on government, the affairs of the bank, and paper-money: By the author of Common sense.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1795] Dissertation on first-principles of government: by Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1798?] A discourse delivered by Thomas Paine, at the Society of the Theophilanthropists, at Paris, 1798:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1791] Definition of a constitution: By Thomas Paine. ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1796] The decline & fall of the English system of finance: By Thomas Paine, author of Common sense, American crisis, Age of reason, &c. [One line of quotation]
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1776] Common sense: addressed to the inhabitants of America, on the following interesting subjects. I. Of the origin and design of government in general, with concise remarks on the English Constitution. II. Of monarchy and hereditary succession. III. Thoughts on the present state of American affairs. IV. Of the present ability of America, with some miscellaneous reflections. Written by an Englishman. [Two lines from Thomson]
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1772] The case of the officers of excise: with remarks on the qualifications of officers; and on the numerous evils arising to the revenue, from the insufficiency of the present salary. Humbly addressed to the Hon. and Right Hon. the members of both Houses of Parliament.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1798] Atheism refuted: in a discourse to prove the existence of a God.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1796?] The American crisis, and a letter to Sir Guy Carleton, on the murder of Captain Huddy, and the intended retaliation on Captain Asgill, of the Guards. By Thomas Paine,:
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1797?] Agrarian justice opposed to agrarian law: and to agrarian monopoly; being a plan for meliorating the condition of man, by creating in every nation a national fund, ... By Thomas Paine, ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1794] The age of reason: being an investigation of true and fabulous theology, by Thomas Paine. ...
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. / [1791?] Address and declaration, of the friends of universal peace and liberty: held at the Thatched House Tavern, St. James's Street. August 20th. 1791. By Thomas Paine, ... Together with some verses, by the same author, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1794] A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.2]
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1794] A view of the evidences of Christianity: In three parts. ... By William Paley, ... [pt.1]
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1790] The use and propriety of local and occasional preaching: a charge, delivered to the clergy of the diocese of Carlisle, in the year 1790, by William Paley, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1795] A sermon preached at the Assizes at Durham July 29th, 1795; ... By William Paley,:
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1792] Reasons for contentment: addressed to the labouring part of the British public. By William Paley, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1790] Horæ Paulinæ: or the truth of the scripture history of St. Paul evinced, ... By William Paley, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1782] A distinction of orders in the Church defended upon principles of public utility, in a sermon preached in the castle-chapel, Dublin, at the consecration of John Law, D.D. Lord Bishop of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh, September 21, 1782. By William Paley,:
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1795] Dangers incidental to the clerical character: stated, in a sermon, preached before the University of Cambridge, at Great St. Mary's Church, on Sunday July 5th, being commencement Sunday, by William Paley, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1777] Caution recommended in the use and application of Scripture language: A sermon preached July 15, 1777, in the cathedral church of Carlisle, at the visitation of the Right Reverend Edmund, Lord Bishop of Carlisle. By William Paley, ...
Paley, William, 1743-1805. / [1781] Advice addressed to the young clergy of the diocese of Carlisle: in a sermon, preached ... on Sunday, July 29th, 1781. By William Paley, ...
Palmer, Samuel, d. 1732. / [1732] The general history of printing: from its first invention in the city of Mentz, to its first progress and propagation thro' the most celebrated cities in Europe. ... By S. Palmer, ...
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. / [1755] The works: in verse and prose, of Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... Enlarged with variations and poems, not before publish'd.
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. / [1722 1721] Poems on several occasions: Written by Dr. Thomas Parnell, ... and published by Mr. Pope.
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. / [1756?] The hermit. A poem:
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. / [1713] The horse and the olive: or, war and peace.
Parnell, Thomas, 1679-1718. / [1775?] The hermit: To which are added, A hymn to contentment; Health, an eclogue; and A night piece, on death. By Dr. Thomas Parnell, ...
Pearson, Richard, 1765-1836. / [1795] A short account of the nature and properties of different kinds of airs: so far as relates to their medicinal use; intended as an introduction to the pneumatic method of treating diseases, ... By Richard Pearson, ...
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1798-1800] The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.3]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1798-1800] The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.4]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1798-1800] The view of Hindoostan.: [pt.1]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1778-83] A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.2]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1778-83] A tour in Wales. MDCCLXX: [pt.1]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1788] Of the Patagonians. Formed from the relation of Father Falkener a Jesuit who had resided among them thirty eight years. And from the different voyagers who had met with this tall race:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1771] Synopsis of quadrupeds:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1771] A tour in Scotland: MDCCLXIX.
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1793] The literary life of the late Thomas Pennant, Esq. By himself:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1790] Of London:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1792] A letter to a Member of Parliament, on mail-coaches. By Thomas Pennant, Esq:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1782] The journey from Chester to London:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1796] The history of the parishes of Whiteford, and Holywell:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1790 1791] Indian zoology:
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1768-70] British zoology: ... [pt.3]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1768-70] British zoology: ... [pt.4]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1784-85] Arctic zoology: ... [pt.1]
Pennant, Thomas, 1726-1798. / [1784-85] Arctic zoology: ... [pt.2]
Perfect, William, 1737-1809. / [1791] A remarkable case of madness: with the diet and medicines, used in the cure. By William Perfect, ...
Person of honour. / [1715] The secret history of the secret history of the White Staff, Purse and Mitre. Written by a person of honour:
Philadelphos, Theophilos. / [1777] A sequel to Common sense: or, the American controversy considered in two points of view hitherto unnoticed. ... By Theophilus Philadelphus.
Philanthropos. / [1741] Mr. Ward's practice of physick, as it relates to the publick, impartially considered. In a letter to Thomas Carew,:
Philips, Ambrose, 1674-1749. / [1722] The Briton: A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane by His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Philips.
Physician. / [1721] A treatise of diseases of the head, brain, and nerves: More especially of the palsy, apoplexy, ... To which is subjoin'd, A discourse of the nature, real cause and certain cure of melancholly in men, and vapours in women: ... By a physician.
Physician. / [1716] A rational account of the natural weaknesses of women: and of the secret distempers peculiarly incident to them. Plainly discovering their nature, true cause, and best method of cure, ... By a physician.
Physician. / [1759] The parent's guide in the management of children in the measles: ... By a physician.
Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750. / [1739] The statues: or, the trial of constancy. A tale for the ladies:
Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750. / [1748] Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.3]
Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750. / [1748] Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.2]
Pilkington, Laetitia, 1712-1750. / [1748] Memoirs: of Mrs. Lætitia Pilkington, wife to the Rev. Mr. Matthew Pilkington. Written by herself. Wherein are occasionally interspersed, all her poems; with anecdotes of several eminent persons, living and dead. Among others, Dean Swift, Alexander Pope, ... [pt.1]
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1780] The siege of Gibraltar: a musical farce: in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By F. Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1779] The Liverpool prize: a farce: in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden, with universal applause. Written by F. Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1778] The invasion: or, a trip to Brighthelmstone. A farce of two acts, as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. Written by F. Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1779] Illumination: or, the glaziers' conspiracy. A prelude. As it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, in Covent-Garden. By F. Pilon:
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1780] The humours of an election: A farce. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Written by F. Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1786] He would be a soldier: A comedy in five acts. ... Written by Frederick Pilon. ...
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1785] The fair American: a comic opera, in three acts; as it is performed, with universal applause, at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane. Written by F. Pilon.:
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1777] An essay on the character of Hamlet: As performed by Mr. Henderson, at the Theatre Royal in the Hay-Market.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1780] The deaf lover: a farce in two acts; as performed at the Theatre Royal Covent Garden. Written by F. Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1785] Barataria: or, Sancho turn'd governor, a farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. By Frederick Pilon.
Pilon, Frederick, 1750-1788. / [1785] Aerostation: or, the Templar's stratagem. A farce. In two acts. Written by F. Pilon, ... As it is performed with applause at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden.
Pindaromastix. / [1788] Sop in the pan for Peter Pindar, Esq. Or, a late invitation to Cheltenham: a burlesque poem. By Pindaromastix:
Pindaromastix. / [1788] Birch for Peter Pindar, Esq: A burlesque poem. By Pindaromastix.
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1782] Two dithyrambic odes: I. On enthusiasm. II. To laughter. By the author of Rimes.
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1781] Rimes:
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1790] A new tale of a tub: written for the delight and instruction of every British subject in particular, and all the world in general.
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1785] Letters of literature: By Robert Heron, Esq.
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1797] Iconographia Scotica: or portraits of illustrious persons of Scotland engraved from the most authentic paintings &c with short biographical notices. By John Pinkerton, ...
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1797] The history of Scotland from the accession of the House of Stuart to that of Mary. With appendixes of original papers. By John Pinkerton. In two volumes.: [pt.1]
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1789] An enquiry into the history of Scotland: preceding the reign of Malcom III. or the year 1056. Including the authentic history of that period. In two volumes. By John Pinkerton. ... [pt.2]
Pinkerton, John, 1758-1826. / [1776] Craigmillar Castle: An elegy.
Pinto, Isaac de, 1715-1787. / [1774] An essay on circulation and credit: in four parts; and a letter on the jealousy of commerce. From the French of Monsieur de Pinto. Translated, with annotations, by the Rev. S. Baggs, M.A.
Pittis, William, 1674-1724. / [1701] The true-born Englishman: a satyr, answer'd, paragraph by paragraph.
Pix, Mary, 1666-1720. / [1704] Violenta: or the rewards of virtue: turn'd from Boccace into verse.
Polesworth, Humphry, Sir, 18th cent. / [1785] A fragment of the history of that illustrious personage John Bull, Esq: compiled by that celebrated historian Sir Humphry Polesworth. Lately discovered in the repairs of Grub-Hatch, the ancient seat of the family of the Polesworths; now first published from the original manuscript, by Peregrine Pinfold, ...
Pollard, Robert, 1755-1838. / [1793] The peerage of Great Britain and Ireland: including the extinct, with a genealogical and historical account of each noble family. Embellished with a series of historical prints ... By Robert Pollard, F.S.A. .Vo 1.1.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1751] The works of Alexander Pope Esq. In nine volumes complete. With his last corrections, additions, and improvements; ... Together with the commentaries and notes of Mr. Warburton: [pt.1]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1713] Windsor-Forest: To the Right Honourable George Lord Lansdown. By Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1738] The universal prayer: By the author of the Essay on man.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1746] Verses upon the late D----ss of M----: By Mr. P------.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1716] To the ingenious Mr. Moore, author of the celebrated worm-powder. By Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1715] The temple of fame: a vision. By Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1734] Sober advice from Horace: to the young gentlemen about town. As deliver'd in his second sermon. Imitated in the manner of Mr. Pope. Together with the original text, as restored by the Rev'd. R. Bentley ... And some remarks on the version.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1737] The second epistle of the second book of Horace: imitated by Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735 1734?] The second satire of the second book of Horace praprhased [sic]: By the author of the first.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1738] The sixth epistle of the first book of Horace: by Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1714] The rape of the lock: An heroi-comical poem. In five canto's. Written by Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1727] Poems occasion'd by reading the travels of Captain Lemuel Gulliver, explanatory and commendatory:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1793] Pastorals. By Alexander Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1738] One thousand seven hundred and thirty eight. Dialogue II. By Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1738] One thousand seven hundred and thirty eight. A dialogue something like Horace. By Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1734] Of the knowledge and characters of men: An epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Lord Viscount Cobham.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1732 1733] Of the use of riches: an epistle to the Right Honorable Allen Lord Bathurst. By Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1713] Ode for musick:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Of the characters of women: an epistle to a lady. By Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] A narrative of the method by which the private letters of Mr. Pope have been procur'd and publish'd by Edmund Curll, bookseller. NB. The original papers, in Curl's own hand, may be seen at T. Cooper's:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the second. With letters to, and from, Lord Somers. Lord Harrington.: [pt.2]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the third. With letters to, and, from the Duke of Shrewsberry, Lord Lansdowne,: [pt.3]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1736] Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the fourth. With letters, &c. to, and from, Mr. Addison. Bishop Atterbury. ... To which are added, Muscovian letters: [pt.4]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Mr. Pope's literary correspondence for thirty years; from 1704 to 1734. Being, a collection of letters, which passed between him and several eminent persons. Volume the first:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1737] Mr. Pope's literary correspondence. Volume the fifth. With letters of Lord Bolingbroke. Lord Lansdowne.: [pt.5]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1732] A miscellany on taste. By Mr. Pope, &c. Viz. I. of taste in architecture. An epistle to the Earl of Burlington. With notes variorum, and a compleat key. II. Of Mr. Pope's taste in divinity, viz. the fall of man, and the first Psalm. Translated for the use of a young lady. III. Of Mr. Pope's taste of Shakespeare. IV. - His satire on Mrs. P-y. V. Mr. Congreve's fine epistle on retirement and taste. Address'd to Lord Cobham:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1754] Moral essays: in four epistles. By Alexander Pope, Esq.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1744] Miscellanies in verse and prose: By Alexander Pope, Esq; and Dean Swift. In one volume. Viz. The strange and deplorable frensy of Mr. John Dennis. ... Epitaph on Francis Ch-is. Soldier and scholar. With several more epigrams, epitaphs, and poems.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1766] Messiah: a sacred eclogue, in imitation of Virgil's Pollio. By Alexander Pope, Esq;.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1741] Memoirs of the extraordinary life, works, and discoveries of Martinus Scriblerus. By Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1769] Letters of the late Alexander Pope, Esq. To a lady. Never before published:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Letters of Mr. Wycherley & Mr. Pope, from the year 1704 to 1710: [pt.1]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Letters of Mr. Wycherley & Mr. Pope, from the year 1704 to 1710: [pt.2]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] Letters of Mr. Pope, and several eminent persons, from the year 1705, to 1711: [pt.2]
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1744] The last will and testament of Alexander Pope: of Twickenham, Esq; to which is added, an inscription wrote by himself.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1715] A key to the lock: Or, a treatise proving, beyond all contradiction, the dangerous tendency of a late poem, entituled, The rape of the lock, to government and religion. By Esdras Barnivelt, apoth.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1733] The impertinent: or a visit to the court. A satyr. By an eminent hand.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1728] The history of the Norfolk steward continued: In two parts. Part I. Containing an account of Mr. Lyn's private character, ... Part II. Containing some farther account of Mr. Lyn's management, ...
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1737] Horace his ode to Venus. Lib. IV. Ode I. Imitated by Mr. Pope:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1716] A further account of the most deplorable condition of Mr. Edmund Curll, bookseller. Since his being poison'd on the 28th of March. To be publish'd weekly:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1716] A full and true account of a horrid and barbarous revenge by poison: on the body of Mr. Edmund Curll, bookseller; with a faithful copy of his last will and testament. Publish'd by an eye witness.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1733] The first satire of the second book of Horace, imitated: in a dialogue between Alexander Pope of Twickenham in Com. Midd. Esq; on the one part, and his learned council on the other.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1737] The first epistle of the second book of Horace, imitated:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1737 1738] The first epistle of the first book of Horace imitated: By Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1733 1734] An essay on man: In epistles to a friend.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1734] An essay on man: being the first book of ethic epistles. To Henry St. John, L. Bolingbroke.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1713 1712] An essay on criticism: Written by Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1731] An epistle to the Right Honourable Richard Earl of Burlington: Occasion'd by his publishing Palladio's designs of the baths, arches, theatres, &c. of ancient Rome. By Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1744] Epistles to several persons:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1720 1719] Eloisa to Abelard: Written by Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1734 1735] An epistle from Mr. Pope, to Dr. Arbuthnot:
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1735] The Dunciad: With notes variorum, and the prolegomena of Scriblerus. Written in the year, 1727.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1728] The Dunciad: An heroic poem. In three books.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1723] Duke upon duke: an excellent new play-house ballad. Set to musick by Mr. Holdecombe.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1727 1726] The discovery: or, the squire turn'd ferret: An excellent new ballad. To the tune of High boys! up go we; Chevy Chase; or what you please.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1718] A clue to the comedy of the Non-juror: With some hints of consequence relating to that play. In a letter to N. Rowe, Esq; ...
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1717] The court ballad: By Mr. Pope. To the tune of, To all you ladies now at land, &c.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1746] The character of Katharine, late Duchess of Buckinghamshire and Normanby: By the late Mr. Pope.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1736] Bounce to Fop: An heroick epistle from a dog at Twickenham to a dog at court. By Dr. S----t.
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744. / [1776] Additions to the works of Alexander Pope: Esq. Together with many original poems and letters, of cotemporary [sic] writers, never before published. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Pope, Alexander, 1763-1835. / [1790] Observations on the resolutions of the clergy: who assembled at Chester, Feb. 15th. 1790, for the purpose of supporting the Corporation and Test Acts.
Popple, William, 1701-1764. / [1734] The lady's revenge: or, the rover reclaim'd. A comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden:
Pott, Percivall, 1714-1788. / [1771] An account of the method of obtaining a perfect or radical cure of the hydrocele: or watry rupture, by means of a seton. By Percival Pott, ...
Pott, Percivall, 1714-1788. / [1765] An account of a particular kind of rupture, frequently attendant upon new-born children: and sometimes met with in adults; viz. that in which the intestine, ... is found in the same cavity, and in contact with the testicle. By Percival Pott, ...
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1779] The tutor of truth: By the author of The pupil of pleasure, ... [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1779] The tutor of truth: By the author of The pupil of pleasure, ... [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1786] The triumph of benevolence: occasioned by the national design of erecting a monument to John Howard, Esq.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1774] The tears of genius: Occasioned by the death of Dr. Goldsmith. By Courtney Melmoth.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] Travels for the heart: Written in France, by Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. ... [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1781] Sympathy: or, a sketch of the social passion. A poem.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] The sublime and beautiful of scripture: being essays on select passages of sacred composition. By Courtney Melmoth. In two volumes. [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1779] Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1779] Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.3]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1779] Shenstone-Green: or, the new Paradise lost. Being a history of human nature. In three volumes. ... Written by the proprietor of the Green. The editor Courtney Melmoth. [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1780?] The shadows of Shakespeare: a monody, occasioned by the death of Mr. Garrick. Being a prize poem, written for the vase at Bath-Easton. The second edition. By Courtney Melmoth.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1776] The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1776] The pupil of pleasure: or, the new system illustrated. Inscribed to Mrs. Eugenia Stanhope, editor of Lord Chesterfield's letters. By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1789] Ode on His Majesty's recovery: by the author of Sympathy and humanity.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1798] Pity's gift: a collection of interesting tales, to excite the compassion of youth for the animal creation. Ornamented with vignettes. From the writings of Mr. Pratt. Selected by a lady:
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1790] The new cosmetic: or the triumph of beauty, a comedy. By C. Melmonth, Esq. Inscribed to Mrs. Hodges.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.6]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.5]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.4]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.3]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1775-77] Liberal opinions, upon animals, man, and providence: In which are introduced, Anecdotes of a gentleman. ... By Courtney Melmoth. ... [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1788] Humanity, or the rights of nature, a poem; in two books. By the author of Sympathy:
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1795] Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.3]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1795] Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1795] Gleanings through Wales, Holland and Westphalia: with views of peace and war at home and abroad. To which is added Humanity; or the rights of nature. A poem, revised and corrected. By Mr. Pratt. [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1799] Gleanings in England; descriptive of the countenance, mind and character of the country. By. Mr. Pratt. Vol.IV:
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1776] Garrick's looking-glass: or, the art of rising on the stage: A poem. In three cantos. Decorated with dramatic characters. By the author of *****.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1797] Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.5]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1797] Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1797] Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.3]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1797] Family secrets: literary and domestic. By Mr. Pratt. In five volumes. [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1781] The fair Circassian. A tragedy: As performed at the Theatre-Royal, Drury-Lane, by the author of Sympathy, a poem.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1780] Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.3]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1780] Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] Charles and Charlotte: In two volumes. [pt.2]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1780] Emma Corbett: or, the miseries of civil war. Founded on some recent circumstances which happened in America. By the author of Liberal opinions, Pupil of pleasure, Shenstone Green, &c. ... [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] An apology for the life and writings of David Hume, Esq: with a parallel between him and the late Lord Chesterfield: to which is added an address to one of the people called Christians. By way of reply to his letter to Adam Smith, L.L.D.
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1777] Charles and Charlotte: In two volumes. [pt.1]
Pratt, Mr. (Samuel Jackson), 1749-1814. / [1783?] Address to a locket. The words from Emma Corbet:
Priestley, Joseph, 1733-1804. / [1776] Observations on respiration, and the use of the blood. By Joseph Priestley, LL.D. F.R.S. Read at the Royal Society, Jan. 25, 1776:
Pringle, John, Sir, 1707-1782. / [1776] A discourse upon some late improvements of the means for preserving the health of mariners. Delivered at the anniversary meeting of the Royal Society, November 30, 1776. By Sir John Pringle, Baronet, President. Published by their order:
Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763. / [1764] Memoirs of ****: Commonly known by the name of George Psalmanazar; a reputed native of Formosa. Written by himself in order to be published after his death. ...
Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763. / [1704] An historical and geographical description of Formosa: an island subject to the Emperor of Japan. ... To which is prefix'd, a preface in vindication of himself from the reflections of a Jesuit ... By George Psalmanaazaar, ... Illustrated with several cuts.
Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763. / [1753] Essays on the following subjects: I. On the reality and evidence of miracles, ... Written some years since, ... By an obscure layman in town::
Psalmanazar, George, 1679?-1763. / [1707] A dialogue between a Japonese and a Formosan, about some points of the religion of the time. By G. P--n--r:
Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. / [1790] Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.2]
Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. / [1790] Historical and biographical sketches of the progress of botany in England, from its origin to the introduction of the Linnæan system: By Richard Pulteney, ... [pt.1]
Pulteney, Richard, 1730-1801. / [1781] A general view of the writings of Linnæus: By Richard Pulteney, ...
Purney, Thomas, 1695-ca. 1727. / [1717 1716] Pastorals: After the simple manner of Theocritus. By Mr. Purney.