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Almon, J.
Almon, John
Almond, J.
Almond, John
English Freeholder
English Freeholder (pseudonym)
Gentleman, Military
Independent Whig
Independent Whig (pseudonym)
Military gentleman
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1737-1805
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Bibliothèque nationale du Québec
Champigny, Jean de (colonel chevalier, 1712-ca1787.)
Father of Candor, pseud
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790)
Hill, John (1714?-1775))
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pownall, Thomas (1722-1805))
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Sousa, António Alberto Marinho Duarte de (1896-1950)
Temple, Richard Grenville-Temple (1711-1779; Earl))
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Wilkes, John (1727-1797))
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address to the interior cabinet, An
allies - par nobile fratrum!, The
Anecdotes of the life of the Right Hon. William Pitt, earl of Chatham and of the principal events of his time with his speeches in parliament from the year 1736 to the year 1778
Another letter to Mr. Almon, in matter of libel
appendix to The present state of the Nation. Containing a reply to the Observations on that pamphet...., An
Britannia, or A chorographical description of Great Britain and Ireland, 1772:
collection of all the treaties of peace, alliance, and commerce, between Great-Britain and other powers from the Revolution in 1688, to the present time, A : in two volumes.
Collection of interesting, authentic papers relative to the dispute between great britain and america; showing the causes and progress of that misunderstanding, from 1764 to 1775
collection of tracts, on the subjects of taxing the British colonies in America, and regulating their trade, A : in four volumes.
Colonial pamphlets.
Common sense; addressed to the inhabitants of America
complete grazier: or, gentleman and farmer's directory. Containing the best instructions for buying, breeding and feeding cattle, sheep and hogs, and for suckling lambs. A description of the particular symptoms, commonly attending the various distempers to which cattle, sheep, and hogs are subject; with the most approved remedies. Directions for making the best butter, several sorts of cheese, and rennet. Different methods of stocking a grass farm, with the particular expence and profit of each. How to prepare the land, and sow several sorts of grass seeds to advantage. Directions for raising proper fodder for cattle and sheep. Particular instructions for ordering, breeding and feeding poultry, turkeys, pigeons, tame rabbets geese, ducks, bustards, pea-fowls, pheasants and partridges. Also directions for making fish ponds or canals, and for storing them, and ordering the fish in the best manner. With several other useful and curious particulars. Written by a country gentleman, and originally designed for private use. The second edition., The
correspondence of the late John Wilkes, The : with his friends, printed from the original manuscripts, in which are introduced memoirs of his life
dispute between Mademoiselle Clairon, a celebrated actress at Paris, and the fathers of the Church, 1768:, The
Double mistake. A comedy. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-garden. The third edition, The
Enqviry into the condvct of a late Right Honovrable commoner
Free Parliaments or, a vindication of the parliamentary constitution of England; in answer to certain visionary plans of modern reformers
general state of medical and chirurgical practice, exhibited, The
History of the late minority exhibiting the conduct, principles, and views of that party, during the years 1762, 1763, 1764, and 1765
history of the parliament of Great Britain, from the death of Queen Anne to the death of King George II. -, An
letter concerning libels, warrants, the seizure of papers, and sureties for the peace of behaviour, A : with a view to some late proceedings, and the defence of them by the majority.
letter from Lieut. Gen. Burgoyne to his constituents, upon his late resignation; with the correspondences between the secretaries of war and him, relative to his return to America., A
letter to J. Kidgell, containing a full answer to his Narrative, A
Letter to the earl of bute, upon his union with the earl of chatham, in support of the popular measure of a four-shillings land-tax
Letter to the right hon. george grenville
Letter to the right honourable charles jenkinson
Letter to the right honourable george grenville, occasioned by his publication of the speech he made in the house of commons on the motion for expelling mr. wilkes friday, february 3, 1769 to which is added, a letter on the public conduct of mr. wilkes, first published november 1, 1768 : with an appendix
Letters from a farmer, in Pennsylvania, to the inhabitants of the British colonies.
Letters from Portugal, on the late and present state of that Kingdom
letters of Junius complete, The : interspersed with the letters and articles to which he replied, and with notes, biographical and explanatory; also a prefatory enquiry respecting the real author
list of books and pamphlets printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly., A
map of the middle British colonies in North America. First published by Lewis Evans, of Philadelphia, in 1755; and since corrected and improved, as also extended, with the addition of New England, and bordering parts of Canada; from actual surveys now lying at the Board of Trade., A
Memoirs of John Almon, bookseller, of Piccadilly
memorial, most humbly addressed to the sovereigns of Europe, on the present state of affairs, between the Old and New World., A
Peace the best policy
Plays.
Postscript to the Letter, on libels, warrants, &c., A : in answer to a Postcript in the defence of the majority, and another pamphlet, entitled, Considerations on the legality of general warrants.
Present state of the British interest in India with a plan for establishing a regular system of government in that country., The
Present state of the Nation: particularly with respect to its trade, finances, &c. &c. addressed to the King and both Houses of Parliament., The
Proposals for printing a new baronetage of England Containing an historical and genealogical account of the English baronets, now existing, from the institution of that order, in the reign of King James the first, to the present time. With all the arms accurately and elegantly engraved. -It is proposed to print this work in octavo, in the same size and manner as the peerage of England; and it is hoped the public will be please to distinguish it from any puerile attempt to mislead their judgments.
Reflections upon the appearance of a foreign war, the present state of affairs at home, and the commission for granting pardons in America
Remembrancer
Review of mr. pitt's administration
Review of the reign of george the second in which a new light is thrown on the transactions, and the effects of ministerial influence are traced and laid open
Revolution in mdcclxxxii impartially considered
Royal Kalendar and Court and City Register for England, Scotland, Ireland and the Colonies
state of the expedition from Canada, A : as laid before the House of commons
Travels Through Holland, Flanders, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Lapland, Russia, The Ukraine, And Poland, In The Years 1768, 1769 and 1770 [...].
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