PAMPHLETS  27 folio pamphlets on various subject including hospitals, Soth Sea Bubble, Methodists, 1740s
Lot 443
PAMPHLETS 27 folio pamphlets on various subject including hospitals, South Sea Bubble, Methodists, 1740s
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Some Reasons Offered to the Serious Consideration of the Trustees of the Public Infirmary in James Street Westminster, Against Altering the Time of the Weekly Board, dated at end February 12, 1750-1, with final blank addressed to "Charles Jennens, Esqr., Queen's Square, near Ormond Street" [NOT IN ESTC], [1751]; [RACKSTROW (W.)?] The Case of the Methodists Briefly Stated; More Particularly in the Point of Field-Preaching, drophead title, "By W Rackstrow Senr." added in a contemporary hand to title, Edward Owen, 1744; A Speech Proper to be Spoken at the Next General Court of the South-Sea Company, Truly Stating the Bank's Contract [Goldsmiths' 6127], J. Roberts, 1723; An Account of What Pass'd in the Engagement near Toulon, between His Majesty's Squadron Under the Command of Admiral Matthews, and the Combin'd Fleets of France and Spain, Edward Owen, [1744]; FENELON (GABRIEL JACQUES DE SALIGNAC) The Speech...to the Lords States General, on the 25th of April, at Taking Leave of their High-Mightinesses, in a Publick Audience, Joseph Collyer, 1744; The French King's Manifesto, G. Britain, 1744; [LONDON GAZETTE SUPPLEMENT]. Whitehall, May 11, 1745. An Account of the Action...near Tournay...with the Names of the General and other officers, and the Number of private Men, and Horses, that were killed, wounded and missing in each Regiment, drophead title, [Edward Owen, 1745]; Two Genuine Private Letters From the Army in Flanders, Giving a Particular Account of the Late Action, W. Webb, 1745; An Oration Pronounced in the Camp Near Aeth, Soon After our Attacking the French Before Tournay. By a General Officer [NOT IN ESTC], M. Cooper, 1745; The British Centinel and Index to the Times. Saturday, February 9, 1744-5. No. 1 [- No. 2], drophead titles, [M. Cooper, 1745]; The Declaration and Admonitory Letter of Such of the Nobility, Gentry, and Free-born Subjects of His Majesty, as ... Have Taken up Arms, in Support of the Cause of their King and Country, drophead title, dated in ink in a contemporary hand "Octobr. 1745", [Edinburgh?, 1745]; [GOOCH (THOMAS)] A Speech Made by the Lord Bishop of Norwich at a General Meeting of the... Inhabitants of Norfolk; for the Forming and Address to His Majesty and Entring into an Association for the Preservation of His Royal Person and Government, Norwich, Margaret Chase...for John and Paul Knapton, [1745]; LOVAT (SIMON FRASER, Lord) Second Answer to D-n F-s, L- P-'s Letter. December 20, 1745, names completed in contemporary hand (i.e. L[or]d L[ova]t's... to D[unca]n F[orbe]s, L[ord] P[resident]s), W. Webb, 1766 [1746]; [FORD (T.)] By Authority of the Sheriffs. An Account of the Behaviour of William, late Earl of Kilmarnock, and Arthur, late Lord Blamerino, from the Time of their being delivered into the Custody of the Sherriffs of London, to the Time of their Execution... As Taken Down by a Gentleman on the Spot, third edition, J. Hinton, 1746; [WALPOLE (HORACE)] The Original Speech of Sir W----m St----pe, on the First Reading of the Bill for Appointing the Assizes at Buckingham, Feb. 19, 1748, W. Webb, 1748; A Speech without Doors, in Answer to a Supposed Speech within; On the Merits of the great Cause of Aylesbury versus Buckingham, A. Moore, 1748; An Order to His Majesty in Council, Dated the Fourteenth Day of December, 1749. Containing further Rules, orders, and regulations for the more effectual preventing and spreading of the Distemper which now rages amongst the Horned Cattle of this Kingdom, Thomas Baskett, 1749; [BUTLER (JOHN)] The Genuine and Uncommon Will of a Clergyman Lately Deceas'd; Whose Son now Deservedly Possesses One of the Highest Stations in the Church: Containing His Remarkable Apology for Adultery, R. Hurrell, 1750; [BICKERSTAFF (ISAAC)] Tatler Reviv'd: or, the Christian Philosopher and the Politician. Tuesday, March 13, 1750, Numb. 1, drophead title, W. Owen, [1750]; Constitutions of the Society of Stewards of the Sons of the Clergy, drophead title, printed docket-title, [c.1749]; The Stewards of the Feast of the Sons of the Clergy, for the Year, 1749, broadside with drophead title [no copy of edition for 1749 in ESTC], [1749]; Projet pour fonder, dans la ville ou la libertés de Westminster, une ecole pour l'education des enfants des pauvres françois regfugiés, broadside with drophead title [not in BL], [c.1750]; Observations on a Printed Paper, (called) "Reasons Against Altering the Time of the Weekly Boards, at the Westminster Infirmary", drophead title [NOT IN ESTC], [c.1750]; Some Thoughts Upon a Bill for General Naturalization: Addressed to Those of All Denominations Who Act Upon Whig-Principles, M. Cooper, 1751; The Last Will and Testament of the Late Right Hon. Henry St. John, Lord Viscount Bolingbroke. Extracted from the Registry of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury, James Crokatt, 1752; King Harry the Ninth's Speech to Both Houses of P---------t the 31st Day of November, 1647, broadside with drophead title, [c.1747]; King Harry the Ninth's Second Speech to Both Houses of P---------t, the 14th Day of May, 1548, H. Carpenter, [?1747]; [BICKHAM (GEORGE)] October 1749. Proposals for Engraving by Subscription the British Monarchy: or, a New Chorographicall Description of All the Dominions Subject to the King of Great Britain, engraved throughout with plates and illustrations, final leaf torn without loss, 1749, folio (27)
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