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Strahan, William (I)
Strahan, William ((publisher))
Cadell, Thomas (1773-1836))
Domat, Jean (1625-1696)
Longman, Thomas (1731-1797))
Richardson, Samuel (1689-1761))
Rivington and Sons, John
Rivington, Francis (1745-1822))
Rivington, John (1720-1792))
Salmon, Thomas (1679-1767))
Taylor, Isaac (1759-1829))
W. and A. Strahan (London, England) (see also from)
account of the voyages undertaken by the order of his present Majesty for making Discoveries in the Southern Hemisphere, and successively performed by Commodore Byron, Captain Wallis, Captain Carteret, Captain Cook ..., An
act for allowing further time for the importation of goods the produce or manufacture of the island of Tobago, upon payment of the British plantation duties., An
act for appointing commissioners to enquire into the losses of all such persons who have suffered in their properties, in consequence of the cession of the province of East Florida to the king of Spain., An
act to amend an act made in the last session of Parliament, intituled, An act for extending like liberty in the exportation of rice from East and West Florida to the southward of Cape Finisterre in Europe, as is granted by former acts of Parliament to Carolina and Georgia., An
Adventurer. Volume the first [-the fourth]. A new edition, The
América del Sur. S.
Anno vicesimo sexto Georgii III Regis
Biographical sketch of Benjamin Franklin.
Chart of the Southern Extremity of America 1775, A
collection of hymns for social worship, A : more particularly designed for the use of the tabernacle congregation, in London
Colloquiorum familiarium opus aureum cum Scholiis quibusdam ... quae difficiliora ... loca ... explicant. : editio triplici nomine commendatissima ... His edemun accedunt omnes notae quae dubliniensi editioni insertuntur
Dict. of the printers and booksellers ... in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1726-1775
dictionary of the English language, A : in which the words are deduced from their originals and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed a history of the language and an English grammar
digest of the common-law; with the alterations made by statute-law, including a complete system of the modern practice of the courts of King's bench and Common pleas, in civil actions., A
digest of the law concerning libels, A : containing all the resolutions in the books on the subject, and many manuscript cases : the whole illustrated with occasional observations ...
Don Quijote de la Mancha
Historical and classical dictionary
history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote, The
History of America. By William Robertson, D. D. principal of the University of Edinburgh, and historiographer to his Majesty for Scotland. Volume the first [-the second.]., The
history of Sir Charles Grandison in a series of letters, The
history of the adventures of Joseph Andrews, and his friend Mr. Abraham Adams, The : The tenth edition , illustrated with cuts
history of the late war in North-America, and the islands of the West-Indies, 1772, The
history of the poor laws, The : with observations
history of the progress and termination of the Roman Republic, The
journey to the western islands of Scotland, A
law of costs, The
law of damages, The
life of David Hume, Esq., 1777, The
life of David Hume, Esq the philosopher and historian, written by himself. To which are added, The travels of a philosopher, containing observations on the manners and arts of various nations, in Africa and Asia. From the French of M. Le Poivre, late envoy to the King of Cochin-China, and now intendant of the isles of Bourbon and Mauritius, The
Loix civiles dans leur ordre naturel.
Memoirs of Great Britain and Ireland. From the dissolution of the last Parliament of Charles II. until the Sea-battle off La Hogue. Volume II. consisting... of letters from the French ambassadors in England to theircourt : The second edition
modern gazetteer, The : or, A short view of the world
Morbis quibusdam commentarii. Auctore Clifton Wintringham, ...., De
New geographical grammar
new law-dictionary: containing the interpretation and definition of words and terms used in the law; as also the law and practice, A : The ninth edition
philosophical and political history of the settlements and trade of the europeans in the East and West Indies, A
poetical works of Matthew Prior, now first collected with explanatory notes, and memoirs of the author. In two volumes. Volume the first [-the second]., The
Sermons of Mr. Yorick, vol. IV[-VI]. A new edition., The
Sermons. The sixth edition by Hugh Blair... Volume the second.
Some thoughts concerning education... By John Locke... The fourteenth edition.
sufferings of John Coustos, for free-masonry, and for his refusing to turn Roman Catholic, in the Inquisition at Lisbon where he was sentenc'd, during four years, to the Gallery, and afterwards releas'd from thence by the gracious Interposition of his present Majesty King George II, The : to which is annex'd, the origin of the Inquisition, with its Establishment in various Countries ...
theory of moral sentiments, or An essay towards an analysis of the principles by which men naturally judge concerning the conduct and character, first of their neighbours, and afterwards of themselves. To which is added a dissertation on the origin of languages. By Adam Smith; LL. D. The fourth edition., The
tour Through Sicily and Malta, A : in a series of letters to William Beckford...
tour through the island of Great Britain. Divided into circuits or journees ... interspaced with useful observations. Particularly suited for the perusal of such as desire to travel over the island. Originally begun by the celebrated Daniel Defoe, continued by the late Mr. Richardson, author of Clarissa &c. and brought down to the present time by gentlemen of eminence in the literary world. The eighth edition, with great additions and improvements, in four volumes. Vol I. [-Vol. IV.]., A
Tractatus de summatione et interpolatione serierum infinitarum
Voyage towards the South Pole, and round the world
works of Henry Fielding, Esq; with the life of the author, The : A new edition, in ten volumes. To which, is now added : The Fathers ; or The Good-natured Man.