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Author of The critical history of England
Author of The secret history of Europe
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Critical history of England, Author of the
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One very near a kin to the author of The tale of a tub
Secret history of Europe, Author of the
Wilson, Charles
Wilson, Charles (Pseudonym)
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1673-1742
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Author of the Critical history of England, The (see also from)
Francis Longe Collection (Library of Congress)
Hofhout, Johannes (16..-1740)
Landa, Louis A. (1901-1989)
Madden, R. J.
Mainwaring, Arthur (1668-1712)
Moll, Herman (d. 1732, [from old catalog])
Nixon, Robert (fl. 1620?)
Parker, Richard (fl. 1692-1725)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Purcell, Daniel (1660?-1717)
Titles: 
Aminta.
Amintas : A pastoral, acted at the Theatre Royal
arts of logic and rhetoric, The
arts of logick and rhetorick, The
Britannische ryk in Amerika: zynde eene beschryving van de ondekking, bevolking, inwoonders, het klimat, den koophandel, en tegenwordigen staat van alle de Britannischen coloniën in dat gedeelte der wereldt... einladen uit het Engelsch..., Het
Britannische ryk in Amerika, zynde eene beschryving vande ontdekking, bevolking, inwoonders, het klimaat, den koophandel, en tegenwoordigen staat van alle de Britannische coloniën, in dat gedeelte der wereldt ..., Het
British Academy
British empire in America, containing the history of the discovery, settlement, progress and present state of all the British colonies on the continent and islands of America. With curious maps done from the newest surveys., The
British empire in America, containing the history of the discovery, settlement, progress and present state of the British colonies on the continent and islands of America. With curious maps done from the newest surveys, by Herman Moll..., The
Catholick poet; or, Protestant Barnaby's sorrowful lamentation: an excellent new ballad. To the tune of, Which no body can deny, The
Clarendon and Whitlock compar'd.
critical history of England, ecclesiastical and civil Wherein the errors of the Monkish writers, and others before the reformation, are expos'd and corrected. As are also the deficiency and partiality of later historians. And particular notice is taken of the history of the grand rebellion. And Mr. Echard's history of England. To which are added, remarks on some objections made to Bishop Burnet's history of his times., The
detection of the sophistry and falsities of the pamphlet, entitul'd, The secret history of the white staff Containing a further enquiry into the staff's conduct during the late management; particularly with respect to the pretender and the correspondence the faction held with the Court of Bar-le-Duc. Part. II., A
detection of the sophistry and falsities of the pamphlet, entitul'd, The secret history of the white staff, containing an enquiry into the staff's conduct in the late management, particularly with respect to the Protestant succession, A
Discours sur la Barrière des Hollandais, par lequel on fait voir que c'est aussi celle des Anglais, leur intérêt étant en cela inséparable
Discours sur la Barriere des Hollandois, par lequel on fait voir que c'est aussi celle des Anglois, leur interêt étant en cela inseparable. Avec des reflexions sur l'insolent procedé de l'auteur de La conduite & de ses confreres à l'égard de l'Empereur & des Etats Generaux, &c. Traduit de l'anglois.
Documents relating to the early history of Hudson Bay
Dutch barrier our's: or the interest of England and Holland inseparable., The : with reflections on the insolent treatment the emperor and States-General have met with from the author of The conduct, and bis brethren ...
Dutch barrier our's: or, The interest of England and Holland inseparable With reflections on the insolent treatment the emperor and states-general have met with from the author of the conduct, and his brethren. To which is added, enquiry into the causes of the clamour against the Dutch particularly with reference to the fishery., The
Dutch Barrier our's, The : or the Interest of England and Holland inseparable
essay on criticism (1728), An
essay on criticism, as it regards design, thought, and expression in prose and verse., An
governour of Cyprus, The : a tragedy, as it is acted, at the New Theatre, in Little Lincolns-Inn-Fields by Her Majesties servants
gross-britannische scepter in der Neuen welt; oder, Politische und geographische beschreibung aller engelländischen plantagien, so wohl auf dem vesten lande als denen in America gelegenen insuln., Das
grove, or, Love's paradice, The : an opera, represented at the Theatre Royal in Drury-lane ...
Histoire secrete des intrigues de la France en diverses cours de l'Europe Où l'on voit que l'accroissement du pouvoir de cette couronne est dû au succès de ces intrigues, plûtôt qu'à ses propres forces & à l'havileté de ses ministres, &c. Le tout extrait fidèllement de plusieurs mémoires autentiques tant manuscrits qu'imprimés. On a joint à la tête de l'ouvrage la lettre d'un Wigg [sic] à un Tory sur la conjoncture presente. Fome premier, Traduit de l'Anglois.
history of addresses., The
history of England during the reigns of Henry VIII. Edward VI. Queen Mary. Queen Elizabeth. Including the history of the reformation of the churches of England and Scotland ... Also including a more full, clear, and faithful history of Mary queen of Scots, than has hitherto been publish'd most of the memoirs for it being taken from records and state papers ..., The
history of England, during the reigns of K. William and Q. Mary, Q. Anne, K. George 1., The
history of England, during the reigns of K. William and Q. Mary, Q. Anne, K. George I., The : being the sequel ofthe Reigns of the Stuarts ...
history of England, during the reigns of king William and queen Mary, queen Anne, king George I., being the sequel of the reigns of the Stuarts ..., The
history of England, during the reigns of the R. House of Stuart, The : wherein the errors of late histories are discover,d and corrected : with original Letters from K. Charles II, K. James II, Oliver Cromwell, ...
history of the Isle of Providence., The
Interest of England and Holland inseparable, The
Konung Jacob den förstas i Ängland regering./(Oldmixon.) Stockholm, tryckt uti Wildiska tryckeriet 1756.
letters, life, and works of John Oldmixon, The : politics and professional authorship in early Hanoverian England
lives of all the Lords Chancellors, Lords Keepers, and Lords Commissioners, of the Great Seal of England; from William the Conqueror, to the present time: but more at large of those two great opposites, Edward Earl of Clarendon, and Bulstrode Lord Whitlock with parallel of their actions, The : to which is added, an appendix of many rare and valuable speeches, letters, &c. referring to the said lives
Lives of all the lords chancellors, lords keepers, and lords commissoners, of the great seal of England; from William the conqueror, to the present time: but more at large of those two great opposites, Edward earl of Clarendon, and Bulstrode lord Whitlock. With a parallel of their actions. To which is added, an appendix of many rare and valuable speeches, letters, &c., referring to the said lives ...
Lives of the Lord Chancellors
Love's paradice
Love's paradise
Medley: or, Daily tatler By Jeremy Quick, Esq., The
Medleys for the year 1711. To which are prefix'd, The five Whig-Examiners., The
Memoirs of Ireland from the Restoration to the Present Times. -
Memoirs of the life, writings, and amours of William Congreve, Esq. : interspersed with miscellaneous essays, letters, and characters written by him : also some very curious memoirs of Mr. Dryden and his family, with a character of him and his writings by Mr. Congreve
Memoirs of the press, historical and political, 1742:
Nixon's cheshire prophecy at large. Published from the Lady Cowper's correct copy, in the reign of Queen Anne With historical and political remarks: and several instrances wherein it is fulfilled. Also, his life. By John Oldmixon, Esq.
Nixon's Original Cheshire prophecy in doggerel verse
Nixon's Original Cheshire prophecy in doggrel [sic] verse : published from an authentic manuscript, found among the papers of a Cheshire gentleman, lately deceased : together with the prophecy at large, from Lady Cowper's correct copy in the reign of Queen Anne : with historical and political remarks in which its fulfillments, in many instances, are accomplished, and some particulars of his life
omstandig berecht aangaande de koffy en koffy-plantery
Original Cheshire prophecy in doggrel verse
Original predictions of Robert Nixon, commonly called the Cheshire prophet, in doggrel verse; pub. from an authentic ms. found among the papers of a Cheshire gentleman, lately deceased. Together with Nixon's Cheshire prophecy at large, from Lady Cowper's copy, in the reign of Queen Anne, with historical and political remarks and many instances wherein it has been fulfilled. Also some particulars of his life by John Oldmixon, Esq., The
Plays.
Poems on several occasions. -
Reflections of Dr. Swift's letter to Harley (1712), and The British Academy
Reflections on Dr. Swift's letter to Harley (1712)
Reflections on Dr. Swift's letter to the Earl of Oxford, about the English tongue, 1712.
Reflections on the stage.
Remarks on the letter to the Dissenters, 1714:
secret history of Europe Part II. Treating of the following particulars: of the D. of Monmouth's reception at the Hague by the states and the Prince of Orange, and of his enterprize afterwards in England. Remarks on father Orleans's history of the revolution. Of the Fr. King's personal hatred to K. William. Some transactions preceding the revolution in Holland and England, with a short account of its progress and accomplishment; shewing, that it was intirely owing to high churchmen, and high-church principles. The conduct of a certain faction, immediately before and after the abdication. K. James's behaviour in Ireland and at St. Germains, proving that he grew worse by his misfortunes, and that a Popish King and protestant subjects are incompatible. The conspiracies form'd by passive-obedience and non-resistance against the religion and liberties of this kingdom, and the life of the king within the compass of two or three years. Of the poisoning the D. of Lorain, and others. The method of bribing, us'd by France in England., The
secret history of Europe ... The whole collected from authentick memoirs, as well manuscript as printed., The
secret history of Europe... The whole collected from authentick nemoirs [!], as well manuscript as printed ... with additions., The
Songs in the new opera call'd The grove, or Love's paradise
Tragedies.
vie d'Anne Stuart reine de la Grand-Bretagne, de France et d'Irlande., La
Whig-Examiner
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