20 items found

The London magazine, for January 1759. (1759)

Fossils arranged according to their obvious characters ... (1771)

Hill, John

The daily journal: or the gentleman's, merchant's and trademan's complete annual accompt-book for the pocket or desk for the year of our Lord 1775 (1775)

A description of that admirable structure, the cathedral church of Salisbury, with the chapels, monuments, grave-stones, and their inscriptions, to which is prefixed an account of Old Sarum (1774)

Poetic endings: or, a dictionary of rhymes ... (1783)

John Trusler

The present state of all nations containing a geographical, natural, commercial, and political history of all the countries in the known world (1769)

Tobias George Smollett

Bampfylde Moore Carew (1753)

Mr.Gay (c.1760)

A description of that admirable structure, the Cathedral Church of Salisbury, with the chapels, ... account of Old Sarum (1774)

Francis Price (18th Century church writer)

The secret history of White-Hall, from the restoration of Charles II (1697)

David Jones (Historian)

A plan of the town and citadel of Plymouth in the county of Devon (c.1760)

Robert Baldwin

A plan of the town and river of Biddiford to the bridge with Appledore &c (c.1760)

Richard Baldwin

DEVONSHIRE Drawn from the best Surveys, ... By T.Kitchin ([1750])

Thomas Kitchin

A state of the proceedings of the convocation, or, Parliament for the Stannaries of the County of Cornwall, 1750 (1751)

A short history of the kings of England. Shewing what right every king had to the crown ... (1715)

Secret memoirs of Robert, count de Parades (1791)

Robert De Paradès

The gardener's monthly volume: the pineapple its culture uses and history (1847)

George W. Johnson

Some observations on Dr.Baker's essay on the endemial colic of Devonshire (1767)

Francis Geach

A full answer to all the objections that have yet appear'd, for for not taking the oath of allegiance to their present Majesties (1689)

Long, Thomas

An exact diary of the late expedition of His Illustrious Highness the Prince of Orange, ... By a ... chaplain in the army (1689)

John Whittle