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Basire, Jacobus
Basire, James,
Basire, James I
Basire, James (the elder; British printmaker, 1730-1802)
Basire, John James
James Basire the Elder
James I Basire
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Baker, Thomas (16..-17.. dramaturge)
basire isaac
Caslon, Thomas (172.?-1783)
Edwards, Edouard
Longman, Thomas (1731-1797)
Lowndes, Thomas (1719-1784)
Nichols, John
Nicoll, William (17..-179. libraire)
Otway, Thomas (1652-1685)
Parkinson, Thomas (17..-18.. peintre)
Rivington, John (1720-1792)
Stothard, C. A. (1786-1821)
Stothard, Charles Alfred (1786-1821)
T. Osborne and J. Shipton (Firm)
Bibliographical and literary anecdotes of William Bowyer, printer, F.S.A. and many of his learned friends containing an incidental view of the progress a. advancement of literature in this kingdom from the beginning of the present century to the end of the year 1777
Botanicum medicinale Or An herbal of medicinal plants on the list of the College of Physicians, describing their the place of growth, roots, leaves, flowers, time of flowering, fruits, seed-vessels, seeds, ripening their fruit, colours, parts used in medicine, preparations in the shops. Together with the medicinal virtues, and their names in nine languages. By T. Sheldrake. Note, such plants as grow in England, are drawn from nature with greatest exactness. All such flowers, or parts of flowers, as are too small to be distinguished by the eye, will be magnified, and marked on the plates. This work is disposed in such manner, that every promoter of it may bind them as they shall most approve of, whether alphabetically suitable to any of the languages, or according to their different genus's particular qualities, and their several uses in medicine.
Busy body. A comedy, written by Mrs. Centlivre. At it is now acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden, The
Champ de drap d'or [Camp du Drap d'or ] the interview of Henry VIII, king of England. and the French king Francis. I. between Guines, and Ardres in the month of June. 1520 [estampe], Le
Deux gravures de James Basire, relatives au Camp du Drap d'Or
Orphan, The : or, The Unhappy marriage. A tragedy, written by Mr. Otway. Marked with the variations in the managers books, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane
[Recueil. Oeuvre de James Basire]
T. Morell, S.T.P.-S.S.A.
tapestry of Bayeux, The
Unhappy marriage, The