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197241: ---. - Reformatory Schools. An article based on the Inspector's Reports on Reformatory Schools in Great Britain & Ireland.
197242: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. A quarterly summary. Neapolitan States; France; Germany.
197243: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. A quarterly summary. Rome, with Pius IX' s address; Naples; Sardinia, the persecution of the Church, etc.
197246: ---. - Theories of sensitive perception
197236: ---. - Foreign Events of Catholic Interest. A quarterly summary. Including a summary of the Piedmontese Fausti, etc.
197233: ---. - Moran's Life of Oliver Plunket.
197212: ---. - Religious Disabilities of Catholic Prisoners. Correspondence in the Tablet between the Visiting Priest and the Home Department.
197201: ---. - The Irish in England.
197183: ---. - Ireland Review of the Session. The various Parliamentary Acts and Bills on Ireland and her needs, etc. A summary with excerpts.
197168: ---. - The Eastern Archipelago and the Rajah of Sarawak. A brief history with excerpts from works on the subjects.
197159: ---. - Adventures in the South Seas; Omoo, by Herman Melville. A review.
197134: ---. - Irish Archaeological Society ; Statute of Kilkenny. A summary of the implications of this 14th century Statute.
197135: ---. - Rinuccini's Memoirs of his Nunciature in Ireland,1645 to 1649. A review with excerpts.
197139: ---. - Book keeping. Its principles, with explanations of terms such as double entry, historical origins, etc.
197140: ---. - O'Connor's Military History of Ireland.A summary and review of the work, with reference to the Irish Brigade in the service of France.
197126: ---. - Edinburgh Review ; Borrow's Bible in Spain. A highly critical review of the work and its AntiCatholicism found in the favourable review of the book in the Edinburgh Review.
197133: ---. - Statute of Kilkenny.
197102: ---. - Switzerland the Convents of Argau and their Accusers; the attempt to suppress them and the resultant insurrection, etc.
197103: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Correspondence of the Rt. Hon. Henry Flood, M.P.Colonel of the Volunteers; with reminiscences of the Irish Commons and an account of the Grand National Convention of 1783; by Warden Flood.
197082: ---. - The Horse Guards. The Court Martial of Captain Reynolds, 11th Hussars for Conduct Unbecoming, etc. An account with numerous excerpts from the trial.
197081: ---. - General Order, Horse Guards, 20th October, 1840. Court Martial on Captain Richard Anthony Reynolds, 11th Hussars. A summary with excerpts from the evidence.
197070: ---. - Remains of the late Reverend Richard H. Froude, M.A. Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. Vol.2. A review with excerpts.
197074: ---. - Staudenmaier's Spirit of Christianity as exhibited in sacred Seasons, in sacred Actions, and sacred Art.
197063: ---. - The Roman Forum...an article From the Dublin Review, Ireland 1838.
197064: ---. - Wallenstein...an article on the Duke of Friedland.
197065: ---. - Irish Novels and Irish Novelists. Beginning with the works of Maria Edgeworth, etc. Numerous textual excerpts.
197054: ---. - Fallacious Evidence of the Senses.The phenomenon of mirage, optical illusion, etc.
197055: ---. - The Irish in America. With details of numbers of Irish Emigrants, etc.
197048: ---. - The Dublin Society. A review and summary of the Parliamentary Select Committee on the Royal Dublin Society, with its recommendations and criticisms.
196912: ---. - Royal Asiatic Society Offprints. 800 Title Collection. 1876 to 1990.
196864: Y.M.C.A - 1844 Centenary 1944
196820: S.N.C.B. [SNCB IS THE NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY OF BELGIUM] - 1962 See Belgium By Train
196431: L.H.W. - Instructions On Pewter Relief Modelling
195542: ---. - The Salmon Fisheries of the United Kingdom; their importance, alleged decline, history, etc.
195524: ---. - Charles Mackay; Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions; including historical examples of alchemy, astrology, Rosicrucianism, etc.
195494: ---. - Mrs. Radcliffe's Poetical Works.
195499: ---. - Lewis on the Romance language.
195511: ---. - London's British Trees and Shrubs.
195515: ---. - Financial State of the Public Roads; the Commissioners' Report on Turnpike Roads.
195516: ---. - Reuschlin; History of Port Royal. The Struggle of the Reformed and the Jesuitical Catholicism; to the Death of Angelique Arnauld. A review.
195481: ---. - Gothic architecture.
195476: ---. - Spirit of West Indian Society; Outrage at Barbados. The attack on Methodist property in Barbadoes and the Expulsion of a Methodist Missionary, Mr Shrewsbury. Based on the Report of the Debate in the House of Commons.
195472: ---. - Napoleon's 1813 Campaign in Saxony and the Battle of Leipzig.
195473: ---. - An Introduction to Entomology, or Elements of the Natural History of Insects, by William Kirby & William Spence. A review with excerpts.
195456: ---. - Linnaeus -Lachesis Lapponica. An article on his tour in Lapland.
195445: ---. - Thomas Smith; Essay on the Theory of Money and Exchange. A review.
195442: ---. - A Letter to William Wilberforce on the Justice and Expediency of Slavery and the Slave Trade, and on the best means to improve the Manners and Condition of the Negroes in the West Indies.
195433: ---. - Winterbottom's Account of African Medicine.
195437: ---. - Sir Joseph Banks on the Causes of Blight in Corn.
195428: ---. - Barrow's Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa. An account of the land, its inhabitants,etc.
195429: ---. - Lord Lauderdale's Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Public Wealth, and into the Means and Causes of its Increase; a critique of his views on political economy.
195398: W.B. - Field trials (at Ipswich) of Sporting Dogs.
195088: ---. - Sur la maniere dont les Eaux des rivieres se melent a celles de la mer.
195065: ---. - Sur le nouveau Systeme d'eclairage des phares adopte en France. Examen d'une Reclamation que le Dr Brewster vient de faire a ce sujet.
195067: ---. - Sur la Neige rouge des Regions polaires.
195060: ---. - Sur les Empreintes de pieds d'animaux trouvees a la surface de diverses couches de gres rouge (Sandstone), dans la carriere de Corncockle-Muir, dans le Dumfries-Shire.
195050: ---. - Nouvelles Observations relatives a la temperature de la Terre.
195051: ---. - Sur un Changement qui s'opere a la longue dans la position du zero de tous les thermometres a mercure.
195039: ---. - Sur la non-existence du sacre dans le sang des personnes affectees du diabetes, et le passage du prussiate de potasse de l'estomac dans la vessie.
194987: ---. - Analyse des Seances de l'Academie royale des Sciences. Seance du lundi 27 juin 1825.
194787: ---. - Karamania, or a brief Description of the South Coast of Asia Minor, and of the remains of Antiquity.
194788: ---. - The Vision; or Hell, Purgatory, and Paradise, of Dante Alighieri.
194789: ---. - Epistolary Curiosities.
194780: ---. - Transactions of the Literary Society of Bombay.
194781: ---. - Reformation of the Catholic Church in Germany, and the Downfall of Papal Authority.
194782: ---. - Peter Bell. A Lyrical Ballad.
194783: ---. - The Echo of the Study; or Lectures and Conversations, both Characteristic and Sentimental.
194784: ---. - Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
194785: ---. - Peak Scenery' or, Excursions in Derbyshire: made Chiefly for the Purpose of Picturesque Observation.
194786: ---. - Memoirs of the late Rev. W. Kingsbury, M.A.
194770: ---. - Curialia Miscellanea, or Anecdotes of Old Times; Regal, Noble, Gentilitial, and Miscellaneous: including authentic Anecdotes of the Royal Household, and the Manners and Customs of the Court, at an early Perod of the English History.
194771: ---. - Asiatic Researches; or, Transactions of the Society instituted in Bengal for inquiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia.
194772: ---. - Reflections concerning the Expediency of a Council of the Church of England and the Church of Rome being holden, with a View to accommodate Religious Differences, and to promote the Unity of Religion in the Bond of Peace.
194773: ---. - Commentaries and Annotations on the Holy Scriptures.
194774: ---. - A Voyage to Terra Australis.
194775: ---. - Observations, Moral, Literary, and Antiquarian, made during a Tour through the Pyrenees, South of France, Switzerland, the whole of Italy, and the Netherlands, in the Years 1814 and 1815.
194776: ---. - A Manual of Prophecy.
194777: ---. - The Philosophy of Elocution; elucidated and exemplified by Readings of the Liturgy of the Church, for the use of Young Clergymen and Students who are preparing for Holy Orders.
194778: ---. - Reciprocal Duties of Parents and Children.
194779: ---. - A Letter to the Right Honourable Robert Peel, M.P. for the University of Oxford, on the Pernicious Effects of a Variable Standard of Value.
194758: ---. - Discourses on the Millennium.
194759: ---. - Sketches of America.
194760: ---. - Narrative of the Mission to Otaheite and other Islands in the South Seas.
194761: ---. - Letters, during a Tour through some Parts of France, Savoy, Switzerland, Germany, and the Netherlands, in the Summer of 1817.
194762: ---. - Considerations on the Principal Events of the French Revolution.
194763: ---. - Human Life, a Poem.
194764: ---. - Wilson's Sermons.
194765: ---. - Notes on a Visit made to some of the Prisons in Scotland and the North of England, in Company with Elizabeth Fry; with some general Observations on the Subject of Prison Discipline.
194766: ---. - Recollections of Japan.
194767: ---. - Indian Church History.
194768: ---. - Lectures on the Principal Evidences, and the several Dispensations of Revealed Religion.
194769: ---. - Letters on the Constrained Celibacy of the Clergy of the Church of Rome.
194753: ---. - Observations on the State of Ireland.
194754: ---. - A Ready Reply to an Irish Inquiry: or, A convincing and conclusive Confutation of Calvinism.
194755: ---. - A Narrative of the Shipwreck of the Oswego, on the Coast of South Barbary, and of the Sufferings of the Master and the Crew, while in Bondage among the Arabs.
194756: ---. - Political and Literary Anecdotes of his own Times.
194757: ---. - Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth.
194745: ---. - A History of the Jesuits.
194746: ---. - The Evidence and Authority of Divine Revelation.
194747: ---. - The Life of Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino.
194750: ---. - Speech of the Marquis of Lansdowne in the House of Lords, June 3, 1818.
194751: ---. - An Introduction to the Critical Study and Knowledge of the Holy Scriptures.
194752: ---. - The Scriptural Doctrine of Man's Salvation.
194735: ---. - The Scotch Cheap Repository Tracts.
194736: ---. - Journal of a Tour in Germany, Sweden, Russia and Poland: during the Years 1813 and 1814.
194737: ---. - Commentaries on the Laws of Moses.
194738: ---. - Narrative of a Ten Year's Residence at Tripoli, in Africa.
194739: ---. - The Life of William Hutton.
194740: ---. - Lady Morgan's France.
194741: ---. - The Elements of Experimental Chemistry.
194742: ---. - Short Discourses, to be read in Families.
194743: ---. - The Self-instructed Philosopher; or, Memoirs of the Late Joseph Whitehead, of Sutton in Ashfield, Notts.
194744: ---. - A Treatise touching the Libertie of a Christian, with an Epistle to Leo the Tenth, Bishop of Rome.
194720: ---. - Conversations on Botany.
194721: ---. - A Treatise on the Coal Mines of Durham and Northumberland.
194722: ---. - A Series of Discourses on the Christian Revelation viewed in Connexion with the Modern Astronomy.
194723: ---. - The History of Ceylon, From the Earliest Period, to the Year 1815.
194724: ---. - An Attempt to support the Diversity of Future Rewards.
194725: ---. - An Essay on the Commutation of Tithes, to which was adjudged the Bedfordean Gold Medal.
194726: ---. - Poems. By John Keats.
194727: ---. - Sermons on the Leading Doctrines of the Gospel.
194728: ---. - Sketches of Human Nature.
194729: ---. - Hume's History of England, revised for Family use.
194730: ---. - On the Principles of the Christian Religion.
194731: ---. - Lalla Rookh, an Oriental Romance.
194732: ---. - Harmonies of Nature.
194733: ---. - Annals of the Reign of King George the Third.
194734: ---. - The Beauty and Glory of the Primitive Church.
194706: ---. - Considerations on the Moral Management of Insane Persons.
194707: ---. - Memorial Sketches of the Rev. David Brown. With a Selection of his Sermons preached at Calcutta.
194708: ---. - Christian Essays.
194709: ---. - The History of the Church of Scotland; from the Establishment of the Reformation to the Revolution: illustrating a most interesting Period of the Political Histoy of Britain.
194710: ---. - Lectures on the Principles and Institutions of the Roman Catholic Religion.
194711: ---. - On the Rule of Faith: in Reply to Mr. Joeseph Fletcher, Minister of the Independents at Blackburn.
194712: ---. - Manfred; a Dramatic Poem.
194713: ---. - Pastoral Letters on Nonconformity.
194714: ---. - A Tour through some Parts of Istria, Carniola, Styria, Austria, the Tyrol, Italy and Sicily, in the Spring of 1814.
194715: ---. - Odin, a Poem; in Eight Books, and Two Parts.
194716: ---. - Apostolical Preaching considered, in an Examination of St. Paul's Epistles.
194717: ---. - An Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, in the South Pacific Ocean.
194718: ---. - Armata: a Fragment.
194719: ---. - Lectures, Explanatory and Practical, on the Epistle of St. Paul to the Romans.
194699: ---. - Religious Liberty stated and enforced on the Principles of Scripture and Common Sense.
194700: ---. - An Historical Inquiry into the Ancient Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Crown.
194701: ---. - The Civil and Military History of Germany, from the Landing of Gustavus to the Conclusion of the Treaty of Westphalia.
194702: ---. - A Defence of the Wesleyan Methodist Missions in the West Indies.
194703: ---. - The History of Muhammedanism.
194704: ---. - Narrative of a Residence in Belgium, during the Campaign of 1815.
194705: ---. - Suggestions for the Prevention and Mitigation of Epidemic and Pestilential Diseases, comprehending the Abolition of Quarantines and Lazarettoes.
194694: ---. - Modern Judaism.
194695: ---. - The Unedited Antiquities of Attica.
194696: ---. - The Life of Philip Melancthon, comprising an Account of the most omportant Transactions of the Reformation.
194697: ---. - Harold the Dauntless; a Poem, in Six Cantos.
194698: ---. - A Familiar Exposition and Application of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Colossians.
194684: ---. - Sermons translated from the French of Daniel de Superville, formerly Pastor of the French Protestant Church at Rotterdam: with Memoirs of his Life.
194685: ---. - Tales of my Landlord, collected and arranged by Jedediah Cleishbotham, Schoolmaster and Parish Clerk of Gandercleugh.
194686: ---. - Sketches of India; or Observations descriptive of the Scenery in Bengal: Written in India, in the Years 1811, 12, 13 and 14; together with Notes on the Cape of Good Hope, and St Helena.
194687: ---. - An Essay on the Doctrine of the Trinity.
194688: ---. - Travels in the Ionian Isles, Albania, Thessaly, Macedonia, during the Years 1812 and 1813.
194689: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Doctrines of the late John Hunter.
194690: ---. - Gumal and Lina; or the Afican Children. An instructive and entertaining History, designed chiefly for the use of Young People. Translated from the French.
194691: ---. - Remains of William Reed, late of Thornbury; including Rambles in Ireland, with other Compositions in Prose, his Correspondence, and Poetical Productions. To which is prefixed, a Memoir of his Life.
194692: ---. - The History of the Origin and First Ten Years of the British and Foreign Bible Society.
194693: ---. - A Collection of Facts and Opinions relative to the Burning of Widows with the Dead Bodies of their Husbands, and to other destructive Customs prevalent in British India.
194678: ---. - Observations on the State and Changes in the Presbyterian Societies of England during the last half Century.
194679: ---. - Narrative of a Journey in Egypt and the Country beyond the Cataracts.
194680: ---. - A Course of Lectures; containing a Description and systematic Arrangement of the several Branches of Divinity.
194681: ---. - Amusements in Retirement; or, the Influence of Science, Literature, and the Liberal Arts, on the Manners and Happiness of Private Life.
194682: ---. - An Experimental Inquiry into the Effects of Tonics and other medical Substances on the Cohesion of the Animal Fibre.
194683: ---. - A Sermon preached in Great St. Mary's Church in the University of Cambridge, on Sunday, the 30th June, 1816, being Commencement Sunday.
194671: ---. - On the Present Distresses of the Country, and suitable Remedies.
194672: ---. - Travels in Brazil.
194673: ---. - A Familiar and Practical Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion of the United Church of England and Ireland.
194674: ---. - A new View of Society, or Essays on the Formation of the Human Character, preparatory to the Development of a Plan for gradually ameliorating the Condition of Mankind.
194675: ---. - Contemplations of the State of Man, in this Life, and that which is to come.
194676: ---. - Cursory Remarks on the Physical and Moral History of the Human Species, and its Connection with surrounding Agency.
194677: ---. - Essays on the Advantages of Revelation; the Rewards of Eternity; the Advantages of the Knowledge revealed to Mankind concerning the Holy Spirit.
194664: ---. - Spurinna, or the Comforts of Old Age.
194665: ---. - A Solemn Review of the Custom of War, showing that War is the effect of Popular Delusion, and proposing a Remedy.
194666: ---. - Biblia Hebraica.
194667: ---. - The Life and Studies of Benjamin West.
194668: ---. - Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde, accompanied by a Geographical and Historical Account of those Countries.
194669: ---. - Letters written on board His Majesty's Ship the Northumber.
194670: ---. - Brief Memoirs of Four Christian Hindoos, lately deceased.
194653: ---. - Report of the Committee for Investigating the Causes of the Alarming Increase of Juvenile Delinquency in the Metropolis.
194654: ---. - Sermons preached before the University of Oxford, at St. Mary's, principally in the Years 1814, 1815, and 1816.
194659: ---. - The Monarchy according to the Charter.
194660: ---. - A Plea for Sacramental Communion on Catholic Principles.
194661: ---. - Monastic and Baronial Remains; with other interesting Fragments of Antiquity, in England, Wales and Scotland.
194662: ---. - Elements of Electricity and Electro-Chemistry.
194663: ---. - Reflections, on the Authorised Version of the Holy Scriptures, intended to shew its Defects and the Necessity of attempting to improve it, with a Specimen of such an Attempt.
194639: ---. - The French Preacher; or Sermons translated from the most eminent French Divines, Catholic and Protestant; with Biographical Notices of the Authors, and a concise Account of other distinguished Orators of the French Pulpit.
194640: ---. - The City of the Plague, and other Poems.
194641: ---. - The Doctrine of the Church of England upon the Efficacy of Baptism vindicated from Misrepresentation.
194642: ---. - Essays on Insanity, Hypochondriasis, and other Nervous Affections.
194646: ---. - The Narrative of Robert Adams, a Sailor, who was wrecked on the Western Coast of Africa, in the Year 1810, was detained Three Years in Slavery by the Arabs of the Great Desert, and resided several Months in the City of Tombuctoo.
194647: ---. - Essays in Rhyme on Morals and Manners.
194648: ---. - Commentaries on some of the most important Diseases of Children.
194649: ---. - Conversations on Political Economy; in which the Elements of that Science are familiarly explained.
194650: ---. - Memoir of the Early Life of William Cowper.
194652: ---. - A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Gloucester, at the Primary Visitation of that Diocese, in the Year 1816.
194626: ---. - Observations on Banks for Savings.
194627: ---. - The Poet's Pilgrimage to Waterloo.
194628: ---. - Travels into various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
194629: ---. - The History of the Waldenses: connected with a Sketch of the Christian Church from the Birth of Christ to the Eighteenth Century.
194630: ---. - A Description of the Collection of Ancient Marbles, in the British Museum; with Engravings.
194633: ---. - British Pulpit Eloquence. A Selection of Sermons, in Chronological Order, from the Works of the most Eminent Divines of Great Britain, during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries.
194635: ---. - Sketch of the past and present State of the Vaudois or Waldenses, inhabiting the Vallies of Piedmont.
194636: ---. - The Ancient History of South Wiltshire.
194637: ---. - An Historical View of the State of the Protestant Dissenters in England, and of the Progress of Free Enquiry and Religious Liberty, from the Revolution to the Accession of Queen Anne.
194638: ---. - Parliamentary Portraits: or Sketches of the Public Character of some of the most distinguished Speakers in the House of Commons.
194616: ---. - Two Tracts intended to convey correct Notions of Regeneration and conversion according to the sense of Holy Scripture, and of the Church of England.
194617: ---. - Cathedral Antiquities of England; or, an Historical, Architectural, and Graphical Illustration of the English Cathedral Churches.
194618: ---. - An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul, and its Dependencies in Persia, Tartary, and India; comprising a View of the Afghaun Nation, and a History of the Dooraunee Monarchy.
194619: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, late Pastor of the Baptist Church at Kettering, and Secretary to the Baptist Missionary Society.
194620: ---. - Religious Freedom in Danger; or the Toleration Act invaded by Parochial Assessments on Places of Religious Worship; showing the dangerous and destructive Consequences thereof, as tending to the Ruin of the Religious Privileges.
194621: ---. - Memoirs of Alessandro Tassoni, Author of La Secchia Rapita; or the Rape of the Bucket.
194622: ---. - Travels of Ali Bey, in Morocco, Tripoli, Cyprus, Egypt, Arabia, Syria, and Turkey, between the Years 1803 and 1807.
194623: ---. - Two Tracts intended to convey correct Notions of Regeneration and Conversion, according to the sense of Holy Scripture and of the Church of England.
194624: ---. - Christabel. Kubla Khan, a Vision: The Pains of Sleep.
194625: ---. - An Introduction to Entomology; or Elements of the Natural History of Insects.
194602: ---. - The History of the Propagation of Christianity among the Heathen, since the Reformation.
194603: ---. - Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland, to his Friend in London: containing an Account of the Highlands.
194604: ---. - Chemical Essays, principally relating to the Arts and Manufactures of the British Dominions.
194605: ---. - Sermons; chiefly on Devotional subjects.
194606: ---. - Memoirs of Lady Hamilton; with Illustrative Anecdotes of many of her most particular Friends and distinguished Contemporaries.
194607: ---. - Report together with the Minutes of Evidence, and an Appendix of Papers, from the Committee appointed to consider of Provision being made for the better Regulation of Madhouses in England.
194610: ---. - Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk.
194611: ---. - Headlong Hall.
194612: ---. - The Present of a Mistress to a Young Servant: consisting of Friendly Advice and Real Histories.
194613: ---. - On the late Persecution of the Protestants in the South of France.
194614: ---. - The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses in London, Westminster, and Southwark, including the Lives of their Ministers: with An Appendix on the Origin Progress, and Present State of Christianity in Britain.
194615: ---. - Review of the present ruined Condition of the Landed and Agricultural Interests.
194596: ---. - Travels to the Source of the Missouri River, and across the American Continent to the Pacific Ocean.
194597: ---. - The Book of Job, literally translated from the Original Hebrew, and restored to its natural Arrangement: with Notes critical and illustrative.
194598: ---. - Nine Sermons, on the Nature of the evidence by which the Fact of our Lord's Resurrection is established; and on various other subjects. To which is prefixed, A Dissertation on the Prophecies of the Messiah, dispersed among the Heathen.
194599: ---. - Speeches of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, Master of the Rolls in Ireland, on the late very interesting State Trials.
194600: ---. - Studies in History; containing the History of Rome from its earliest Records to the Death of Constantine: in a series of Essays, accompanied with Reflections, References to Original Authorities and Historical Questions.
194601: ---. - Paris Revisited, in 1815, by way of Brussels: including a Walk over the Field of Battle at Waterloo.
194589: ---. - Practical and Familiar Sermons, designed for Parochial and Domestic Instruction.
194590: ---. - Statements of the Persecution of the Protestants in the South of France, since the Restoration of the Boubon Family.
194591: ---. - The Miscellaneous Works of Edward Gibbon, Esq with Memoirs of his Life and Writings; composed by Himself.
194592: ---. - The Book of Psalms; translated from the Hebrew: with Notes, Explanatory and Critical.
194593: ---. - The White Doe of Rylstone; or the Fate of the Nortons, a Poem.
194594: ---. - Recollections of Italy, England, and America, with Essays on Various Subjects, in Morals and Literature.
194595: ---. - A Narrative of the Events which have taken place in France, from the landing of Napoleon Bonaparte, on the 1st of March, 1815 till the Restoration of Louis XVIII. With an Account of the present State of Society and Public Opinion.
194583: ---. - Sketch of the New Anatomy and Physiology of the Brain and Nervous System of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, considered as comprehending a complete system of Zoonomy.
194584: ---. - Report of the British and Foreign School Society, 1815.
194585: ---. - A Journey through Albania, and other Provinces of Turkey in Europe and Asia, to Constantinople, during the Years 1809 and 1810.
194586: ---. - Theory on the Classification of Beauty and Deformity, and their Correspondence with Physiognomical Expression.
194587: ---. - The Battle of Waterloo.
194588: ---. - The First Report of a Society for preventing Accidents in Coal Mines.
194578: ---. - Memoirs of the French War in Spain.
194579: ---. - The Claims of the Established Church considered as an Apostolical Institution, and especially as an Authorized Interpreter of Holy Scripture.
194580: ---. - Tragedies. The Death of Darnley Ivan. Zamorin and Zama. The Confession.
194581: ---. - Treatise on the History, Nature, and Treatment of Chincough, including a Variety of Cases and Dissections.
194582: ---. - A Manual of Latin Grammar.
194570: ---. - An Historical Sketch of the Translation and Circulation of the Scriptures from the earliest Period to the present Times.
194571: ---. - Dissertation on the Dragon, Beast, and False Prophet, of the Apocalypse.
194572: ---. - Considerations on the Present Political State of India.
194573: ---. - On the Terms of Communion, with a particular View to the Case of the Baptists and Paedobaptists.
194574: ---. - Sketches of the History and Present State of the Russian Empire.
194575: ---. - A Visit to Paris in 1814, being a Review of the Moral, Political, Intellectual, and Social Condition of the French Capital.
194576: ---. - Considerations on the State of France.
194577: ---. - An Historical Account of the Episcopal See, and Cathedral Church, of Sarum, or Salisbury.
194563: ---. - A Treatise on the Construction of Maps; in which the Principles of the Projections of the Sphere are demonstrated, and their varios practical Relations to Mathematical Geography deduced and explained.
194564: ---. - The Campaign of Paris, in 1814. To which is prefixed a Sketch of the Campaign of 1813.
194565: ---. - The Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in the Year 1805. Together with other Documents, official and private, relating to the same Mission. To which is prefixed an Account of the Life of Mr Park.
194566: ---. - A Statement of the Early Symptoms which lead to the Disease termed Water in the Brain; Observations on the Necessity of a watchful Attention to them, and on the fatal Consequences of their neglect.
194567: ---. - An easy Introduction to the Mathematics, in which the Theory and Practice are laid down and familiarly explained. To each subject are prefixed a brief popular History of its Rise and Progress.
194568: ---. - American Unitarianism, or a Brief History of the Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Churches in America.
194569: ---. - Epistles and Miscellaneous Poems.
194557: ---. - Lamotte's Travels in Norway.
194558: ---. - The Evidence and Authority of the Christian Revelation.
194559: ---. - A Practical Treatise on finding the Latitude and Longitude at Sea.
194560: ---. - History of France, during the Eighteenth Century.
194561: ---. - Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind.
194562: ---. - Travels in South Africa, undertaken at the Request of the Missionary Society.
194550: ---. - The Principles of Christian Philosophy.
194551: ---. - A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of London at the Primary Visitation of that Diocese in the Year 1814.
194552: ---. - Alpine Sketches, comprised in a Short Tour through Parts of Holland, Flanders, France, Savoy, Switzerland, and Germany, during the Summer of 1814.
194553: ---. - Sermons.
194554: ---. - The Angler's Guide, being a complete Practical Treatise on Angling: containing the whole Art of Trolling, Bottom Fishing, Fly Fishing, and Trimmer Angling, founded on Forty Years Practice and Observation.
194555: ---. - A Circumstantial Narrative of the Campaign in Russia, embellished with Plans of the Batlles of the Moskwa and Malo-Jaroslavitz. Containing a faithful Description of the affecting and interesting Scenes of which the Author was an Eye-Witness.
194556: ---. - Remarks upon the Systematical Classification of Manuscripts, adopted by Griesbach in his edition of the Greek Testament.
194545: ---. - An Essay on the Character and Practical Writings of St. Paul.
194546: ---. - Journal of a Voyage, in 1811 and 1812, to Madras and China; returning by the Cape of Good Hope and St. Helena, in the H.C.S. the Hope, Capt. James Pendergrass.
194547: ---. - Outlines of Natural Philosophy, being Heads of Lectures delivered in the University of Edinburgh.
194548: ---. - On The Slave Trade and the Slavery of Blacks and Whites.
194549: ---. - A Sermon occasioned by the Detection and Punishment of Criminals, guilty of Robberies and Murder in the Counties of Essex and Hertford, preached at Bishops Stortford, March 19, 1815.
194541: ---. - A Sermon, preached in the Paris Church of Lancaster, on Thursday, Aug 25th, A.D., 1814, at the Primary Visitation of the Right Reverend George Henry, Lord Bishop of Chester, and published at the Request of his Lordship, and the Clergy.
194542: ---. - Roderick, the Last of the Goths; a Tragic Poem.
194543: ---. - History and Antiquities of the Cathedral Churches of Great Britain.
194544: ---. - Delambre's Astronomie.
194536: ---. - Observations on Pulmonary Consumption.
194537: ---. - A Voyage to Abyssinia, and Travels into the Interior of that Country. Executed under the Orders of the British Government, in the Years 1809 and 1810.
194538: ---. - Discourses on the Principal Points of the Socinian Controversy.
194539: ---. - A Voyage to the Isle of Elba, with Notices of other Islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea. Translated from the French of Arsenne Thiebaut de Berneaud, Emeritus Secretary of the Class of Literaure, History and Antiquities.
194540: ---. - The Physiognomical System of Drs. Gall and Spurzheim, founded on an Anatomical and Physiological Examination of the Nervous System in general, and on the Brain in particular; and indicating the Dispositions and Manifestations of the Mind.
194513: ---. - Facts and Observation relative to the Fever commonly known as Puerperal.
194514: ---. - Oriental Memoirs: Selected and abridged from a Series of Familiar Letters written during Seventeen Years Residence in India. Including Observations on Parts of Africa and South America, and a Narrative of Occurrences in Four India Voyages.
194515: ---. - Prayer for the Multiplication of Evangelical Labourers. A Sermon preached before the Patrons of the Newport Pagnel Evangelical Institution, July 13, 1814.
194516: ---. - Sermons on the Occasion of The Late Peace.
194517: ---. - The Present State of the Greek Church in Russia, or a Summary of Christian Divinity; by Platon, late Metropolitan of Moscow; translated from the Slavonian: with a Preliminary Memoir on the Ecclesiastical Establishment in Russia.
194518: ---. - The Present State of the Greek Church in Russia, or a Summary of Christian Divinity; by Platon, late Metropolitan of Moscow; translated from the Slavonian: with a Preliminary Memoir on the Ecclesiastical Establishment in Russia.
194519: ---. - A Tour through Italy , Exhibiting a View of its Scenery , its Anquities, and its Monuments.
194520: ---. - Discourses for Domestic Use.
194521: ---. - Familiar Scenes, Histories, and Reflections.
194522: ---. - Classical English Letter-Writer: or Epistolary Selections; designed to improve Young Persons in the Art of Letter-Writing, and in the Principles of Virtue and Piety.
194523: ---. - A Charge delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Chester, at the Primary Visitation of that Diocese, in July, August, and September, 1814.
194524: ---. - Memoir of The Queen of Etruria.
194525: ---. - A Plea for the Deity of Jesus, and the Doctrine of the Trinity.
194527: ---. - The Excursion: being a portion of the Recluse, a Poem.
194528: ---. - An Essay on the Preventin and Cure of Insanity; with Observations on the Rules for the Detection of Pretenders to Madness.
194529: ---. - Sermons, chiefly on Particular Occasions.
194530: ---. - A Course of Lectures; containing a Description and systematic Arrangement of the Several Branches of Divinity: accompanied with an Account both of the principal Authors, and of the progress which has been made in Theological Learning.
194531: ---. - The Prophecy of Ezekiel concerning Gogue, the last Servant of the Church, his Invasion of Ros, his Discomfiture, and final Fall.
194532: ---. - The Lives of the Puritans: containing a Biographical Account of those Divines who Distinguished themselves in the Cause of Religious Liberty, from the Reformation under Queen Elizabeth to the Act of Uniformity, in 1662.
194533: ---. - Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind.
194534: ---. - An Essay on the Life of Michel de L'Hospital, Chancellor of France.
194535: ---. - The Elements of Plane Geometry.
194503: ---. - Philosophical Transactions.
194504: ---. - Memoirs of Algernon Sydney.
194505: ---. - Tixall Poetry.
194506: ---. - Memoirs of a Celebrated Literary and Political Character, from the Resignation of Sir Robert Walpole, in 1742, to the Establishment of Lord Chatham's second Administration, in 1757; containing Strictures on some of the most distinguished Men.
194507: ---. - The Picture of Philadelphia, giving an Account of its Origin, Increase, and Improvements in Arts, Science, Manufactures, Commerce, and Revenue.
194508: ---. - The Life of Cardinal Ximenes.
194509: ---. - The Velvet Cushion.
194510: ---. - The Rape of Proserpine; with other Poems, from Claudian; Translated into English Verse With a prefatory Discourse, and occasional Notes.
194511: ---. - The Bioscope; or Dial of Life explained. To which is added, a Translation of St Paulinus's Epistle to Celantia, on the Rule of Christian Life: and an elementary View of General Chronology; with a perpetual Solar and Lunar Calendar.
194512: ---. - Sermons, designed chiefly for the use of Villages and Families.
194496: ---. - A Brief Memorial of the Repeal of so much of the Stat. 9 & 10 Will III. as relates to Persons deneying the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity.
194497: ---. - The Influence of Bible Societies on the Temporal Necessities of the Poor.
194498: ---. - Flowers of Wit, or a Choice Collection of Bon Mots, both Ancient and Modern; with Biographical and Critical Remarks.
194499: ---. - The Fruits of the Spirit, being a Comprehensive View of the Principal Graces which adorn the Christian Character.
194500: ---. - Observations on the late Treaty of Peace with France so far as it relates to the Slave Trade: in a Letter to a friend.
194501: ---. - The Predestined Thief; or, A Dialogue between a Calvinistic Preacher, and a Thief condemned to the Gallows:in which is represented, in a Copy drawn, as it were, from the Life, the Influence of Calvinistic Principles in Crimes and Impieties.
194502: ---. - The History of Persecution, from the Patriarchal Age, to the Reign of George II.
194490: ---. - The Speeches in Parliament of Samuel Horsley.
194491: ---. - Aberuethy's Inquiry into the Probability and Rationality of Mr. Hunter's Theory of Life.
194492: ---. - Phaedo; a Dialogue on the Immortality of the Soul. Translated from the Greek of Plato.
194493: ---. - An Address to the Rev. Eustace Carey, January 19, 1814, on his designation as a Christian Missionary to India.
194494: ---. - A Treatise on the Defence of Fortifies Places.
194495: ---. - Memoirs of the late Reverend Theophilus Lindsey, A.M. Including a Brief Analysis of his Works; together with Anecdotes and Letters of eminent Persons, his Friends and Correspondents.
194483: ---. - Voyages and Travels in various Parts of the World, during the Years 1803,4,5,6, and 7.
194484: ---. - The Life of Nelson.
194485: ---. - Mustapha. A Tragedy.
194486: ---. - A Dissertation on the Magi, who came to adore the new born Jesus, and the star which directed their way. Published in Compliance with the will of the Rev.John Hulse, as having gained the Annual Prize instituted by him in the University of Cambridge.
194487: ---. - An Inquiry into the Causes of the general Poverty and Dependence of Mankind. Including a full Investigation of the Corn Laws.
194488: ---. - A Series of Popular Essays, illustrative of Principles essentially connected with the Improvement of the Understanding, the Imagination, and the Heart.
194489: ---. - A Practical Treatise on the Ordinary Operations of the Holy Spirit.
194468: ---. - Considerations on the Causes and the Prevalence of Female Prostitution; and on the most practicable and efficient means of abating and preventing that, and all other crimes, against the virtue and safety of the community.
194469: ---. - Maternal Solicitude for a Daughter's best Interests.
194470: ---. - The Pulpit; or, a Biographical and Literary account of eminent Popular Preachers; interspersed with occasional Clerical Criticism.
194471: ---. - The Pleasures of Religion, in Letters from Joseph Felton to his Son Charles.
194472: ---. - Poetics: Or, a series of Poems, and Disquisitions on Poetry.
194473: ---. - A Sketch of the History and Proceedings of the Deputies appointed to protect the Civil Rights of the Protestant Dissenters: To which is annexed, a Summary of the Laws affecting Protestant Dissenters.
194474: ---. - The World before the Flood, a Poem, in Ten Cantos; with other occasional Pieces.
194475: ---. - The Philosophy of Nature; or, The Influence of Scenery on the Mind and Heart.
194476: ---. - A Key to the Writings of the principal Fathers of the Christian Church, who flourished during the first three centuries: in Eight Sermons, preached before the University of Oxford in the Year 1813.
194477: ---. - The Ponderer, a Series of Essays: Biographical, Literary, Moral, and Critical.
194478: ---. - A general Introduction to the Study of the Hebrew Scriptures, with a Critical History of the Greek and Latin Versions, of the Samaritan Pentateuch, and of the Chaldee Paraphrases.
194479: ---. - A Treatise on New Philosophical Instruments =, for various purposes in the Arts and Sciences. With Experiments on Light and Colours.
194480: ---. - A Course of Instruction, originally composed for the Use of the Royal Engineer Department.
194482: ---. - A Treatise on Human Happiness.
194455: ---. - An Account of a Supply of Fish, for the manufacturing Poor; with Observations.
194456: ---. - An Essay, on the Study and Composition of Biography.
194457: ---. - The History of the Beast of the Apocalypse. Being a Paraphrase of the Thirteenth and Seventeenth Chapters of the Revelations. Also, a View of the Twelfth, Fourteenth, Fifteenth and Sixteenth Chapters of the same.
194458: ---. - The History of Bengal, from the first Mohammedan Invasion until the virtual conquest of that country by the English, A. D. 1757.
194459: ---. - Observations made on a Tour from Hamburgh, through Berlin, Gorlitz, and Breslau, to Silberberg: and thence to Gottenburg.
194460: ---. - Clavis Calendaria, and Time's Telescope.
194461: ---. - Some Account of an uncommon Appearance in the Flesh of a Sheep.
194462: ---. - Travels in Sweden during the Autumn of 1812.
194463: ---. - Commentaries of the affairs of the Christians before the Times of Constantine the Great; or an enlarged view of the Ecclesiastical History of the first three Centuries. Accompanied with copious illustrative Notes and References.
194464: ---. - Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, in a Course of Lectures for the Board of Agriculture.
194466: ---. - A Treatise on Algebra in Practice and Theory, in Two volumes, containing a variety of particulars relating to the Discoveries and Improvements that have been made in this Branch of Analysis.
194449: ---. - Remarks on Antiquities, Arts and Letters, during an excursion in Italy, in the Years 1802 and 1803.
194450: ---. - Tour through Ireland; particularly the Interior and least known Parts: containing an accurate View of the Parties, Politics, and Improvements, in the different Provinces; with Reflections and Observations on the Union of Britain and Ireland; the
194451: ---. - An Essay on the Equity of Divine Government, and the Sovereignty of Divine Grace.
194453: ---. - Invisibles Realities, demonstrated in the holy life of, and triumphant Death of Mr. John Janeway.
194454: ---. - A Practical Exposition of the Tendency and Proceedings of the British and Foreign Bible Society, begun in a Correspondence between the Rev. H. H. Norris, and J. W. Freshfield, Esq. relative to the formation of an Auxiliary Bible Society at Hackney...
194438: ---. - A View of the Progress and present State of Animal Chemistry.
194439: ---. - Studies in History; containing the History of Greece, from its earliest period to its final subjugation by the Romans; in a series of Essays, accompanied with Reflections, References to original Authorities, and Historical Exercises for Youth.
194440: ---. - Shipwrecks and Disasters at Sea, Or Historical Narratives of the most noted and Calamities and Providential Deliverances which have resulted from Maritime Enterprizes...
194445: ---. - Letters from the Mediterranean: containing a Civil and Political Account of Sicily, Tripoly, Tunis, and Malts: with Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes and Observations, illustrative of the present state of those Countries, and their relative situation
194446: ---. - An Inquiry into the Changes induced on Atmospheric Air, by the Germination of Seeds, the Vegetation of Plants, and the Respiration of Animals.
194447: ---. - Memoirs of the Private and Public Life of William Penn.
194448: ---. - A Treatise on Diamonds and Precious Stones, including their History, natural and commercial. To which is added some account of the best methods of cutting and polishing them.
194431: ---. - Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. Vol. I. Part I.
194432: ---. - The Principles of Physiological and Physical Science; comprehending the ends for which Animated Beings were created: and an examination of the Unnatural and Artificial Systems of Philosophy which now prevail.
194433: ---. - History of James Mitchell, a Boy born Blind and Deaf, with an Account of the Operation performed for the Recovery of his Sight.
194434: ---. - An Appeal to the Imperial Parliament upon the Claims of the ceded Colony of Trinidad, to be governed by a Legislature and Judicature; founded on Principles sanctioned by Colonial Precedents and long Usage, with Observations thereon, intimately
194435: ---. - Sketches, Historical and Descriptive, of Louisiana.
194436: ---. - Tracts on Mathematical and Philosophical Subjects; comprising, among numerous important articles, the Theory of Bridges, with several Plans of recent Improvement. Also the Results of numerous Experiments on the Force of Gunpowder, with Applications
194437: ---. - An Elementary Treatise on the Geometrical and Algebraical Investigation of Maxima and Minima, being the Substance of a Course of Lectures delivered conformably to the Will of Lady Sadler: To which is added a Selection of Propositions deducible from
194410: ---. - A Historical Tour through Pembrokeshire.
194411: ---. - A Treatise on some practical Points relative to the Diseases of the Eye.
194412: ---. - Travels in the Interior of Brazil, particularly in the gold and diamond districts of that country, by authority of the Prince Regent of Portugal: including a voyage to the Rio de la Plata, and an historical sketch of the Revolution of Buenos Ayres.
194413: ---. - Petralogy. A Treatise on Rocks.
194414: ---. - An Account of the Gold Coast of Africa; with a brief History of the African Company.
194416: ---. - A historical and descriptive Account of the four Species of Peruvian Sheep, called Carneros de la Tierra; to which are added, Particulars respecting the Domestication of the two wild Species, and the Experiments hitherto made by the Spaniards to
194417: ---. - Travels in various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa.
194418: ---. - Essays addressed to Jews on the authority , the Scope, and the Consummation of the Law and the Prophets.
194419: ---. - Milner and Whittington on Gothic Architecture.
194420: ---. - Observations on the Character, Customs, and Superstitions of the Irish, and on some of the Causes, which have retarded the moral and political Improvement of Ireland.
194421: ---. - Memoirs of the Political and Private Life of James Caulfield, Earl of Charlemont, Knight of St. Patrick.
194422: ---. - The Legislative Authority of Revealed Grace: an Essay on the Gospel Dispensation, considered in connection with God's moral Government of Men. Second Edition, carefully revised and enlarged. With an Appendix, containing Strictures of the Atonement
194423: ---. - An Economical History of the Hebrides and Highlands of Scotland.
194424: ---. - Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century; comprising Biographical Memoirs of William Bowyer, Printer, and many of his learned Friends; and incidental View of the Progress and Advancement of Literature in this Kingdom, during the last Century;
194425: ---. - An Account of Ireland Statistical and Political.
194426: ---. - The Seat of Vision determined; and, by the Discovery of a new Function in the Organ, a foundation laid for explaining its Mechanism, and the various Phenomena, on Principles hitherto unattempted.
194427: ---. - A Collection of Treatises on the effects of Sol-lunar Influence in Fevers; with an improved method of curing them.
194428: ---. - The Expediency maintained of continuing the System, by which the Trade and Government of India are regulated.
194430: ---. - An Historical Sketch of the last years of the Reign of Gustavus the 4th, Adolphus, late King of Sweden, including a Narrative of the causes, progress, and termination of the late Revolution; and an Appendix, containing Official Documents, Letters
194401: ---. - A Treatise on the Resolution of the higher Equations in Algebra.
194402: ---. - Secret History of the Court of King James the First: containing 1. Osborne's Traditional Memoirs 2. Sir Anthony Weldon's Court and Character of King James 3. Aulicus Coquinariae 4. Sir Edward Peyton's Divine Catastrophe of the House of Stuarts...
194403: ---. - Biographe Moderne. Lives of remarkable Characters, who have distinguished themselves from the Commencement of the French Revolution to the present time.
194404: ---. - Voyages and Travels in the Years 1809, 1810, and 1811, containing statistical, commercial, and miscellaneous Observations on Gibraltar, Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Serigo, and Turkey.
194405: ---. - The History of the European Commerce with India. To which is subjoined, a Review of the Arguments for and against the Trade with India, and the Management of it by a Chartered Company; with an Appendix of authentic Accounts.
194406: ---. - National Education.
194407: ---. - Enquiries, Historical and Moral, respecting the Character of Nations, and the progress of Society.
194394: ---. - The British Flora, or a Systematic Arrangement of British Plants.
194395: ---. - Observations on Madness and Melancholy: including practical Remarks on those Diseases; together with Cases: and an Account of their morbid Appearances on Dissection.
194397: ---. - A Description of the Feroe Islands; containing an Account of their Situation, Climate and Productions; together with [an Account of] the Manners and Customs of the Inhabitants, their Trade.
194398: ---. - A Second Journey in Spain, in the Spring of 1809, from Lisbon, through the western Skirts of the Sierra Morena, to Sevilla, Cordova, Granada, Malaga, and Gibraltar; and thence to Tetuan and Tangiers...
194399: ---. - Sketch of the present State of Caracas; including a Journey from Caracas through La Victoria and Valencia to Puerto Cabello.
194400: ---. - Essays on Natural History and Rural Economy.
194381: ---. - Modern Medicine; containing a brief Exposition of the principal Discoveries and Doctrines that have occasioned the recent Advancement of Medical Philosophy, with Strictures on the present State of Medical Practice, and an Inquiry how far the
194382: ---. - Memoirs of Sir Thomas More, with a new Translation of his Utopia, his History of King Richard III. amd his Latin Poems.
194383: ---. - The Means of finding the Longitude at Sea, gradually developed, discovered, and demonstrated, in four Astronomical, Geographical, Nautical, Historical, Mathematical, and Mechanical Disertations.
194384: ---. - A New Analysis of Chronology, in which an Attempt is made to explain the History and Antiquities of the primitive Nations of the World, and the Prophecies relating to them, on Principles tending to remove the Imperfection and Discordance of
194385: ---. - Essays on Professional Education.
194386: ---. - A Treatise on Plane and Spherical Trigonometry.
194387: ---. - A Series of Discourses, on the Principles of Religious Belief, as connected with Human Happiness and Improvement.
194388: ---. - Letters on various Subjects, literary, political, and ecclesiastical, to and from William Nicolson, D. D. successively Bishop of Carlisle, and of Derry, and Archbishop of Cashell, including the Correspondence of several emanate Prelates...
194389: ---. - A View of Spain; comprising a descriptive Itinerary of each Province, and a general statistical Survey of the Country, including its Population, Agriculture, Manufactures, Commerce and Finances; its Government; civil, and ecclesiastical Establishment
194390: ---. - A Treatise on Medical Police, and on DIet, Regimen. In which the permanent and regularly recurring Causes of Disease in general, and those of Edinburgh and London in particular, are described; with a general Plan of Medical Police to obviate them
194391: ---. - Elements of Geometry, Geometrical Analysis, and Plane Trigonometry. With an Appendix, Notes and Illustrations.
194392: ---. - The high Price of Bullion a Proof of the Depreciation of Bank Notes.
194393: ---. - Indian Recreations; consisting of Thoughts on the Effects of the British Government on the State of India: Accompanied with HInts concerning the Means of Improving the Condition of the Natives of that Country.
194373: ---. - Lives of British Statesmen.
194374: ---. - An Elementary Course of the Sciences and Philosophy. Contained in a Series of Lectures delivered by the Author to his own Pupils, upon the principal branches of Elementary Mathematics, Mechanics, Astronomy, and Cosmography. Vols I and II.
194375: ---. - Travels in Asia and Africa; Including a journey from Scanderoon to Aleppo, and over the Desert to Bagdad and Bussora; A voyage from Bombay, and along the Western Coast of India; A voyage from Bombay to Mocha and Suez in the Red Sea; and a journey
194376: ---. - The History of the Rise, Progress, and Accomplishment of the Abolition of the African Slave-trade by the British Parliament.
194377: ---. - Zoography; or, the Beausties of Nature displayed. In Select Descriptions from the Animal and Vegetable, with Additions from the Mineral Kingdom. Systematically arranged.
194378: ---. - History of the House of Austria, from the Foundation of the Monarchy by Rhodolph of Hapsburgh to the Death of Leopold the Second: 1218 to 1792.
194379: ---. - A Voyage to the Demerary, containing a Statistical Account of the Settlements there, and of those on the Essequibo, the Berbice, and other contiguous Rivers of Guiana.
194380: ---. - Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London during the Eighteenth Century; including the Charities, Depravities, Dresses, and Amusements of the Citizens of London, during that Period; with a Review of the State of Society in 1807.
194365: ---. - The Doctrine of the Greek Article; applied to the Criticism and the Illustration of the New Testament.
194366: ---. - Military Considerations relative to Great Britain, and her Oriental Colonies.
194367: ---. - Chemistry applied to Arts and Manufactures.
194368: ---. - The Modern Geographer; being a General and Complete Description of Europe, Asia, Africa, and America; with the Oceans, Seas and Islands, in every Part of the World: Prepared and digested, upon a new Plan, from the latest and most accurate Authorities
194369: ---. - The History of the Ancient Borough of Pontefract; containing an interesting Account of its castle, and the three different Sieges it sustained, during the civil war, with Notes, and Pedigrees of some of the most distinguished Royalists and
194370: ---. - Travels in America, performed in 1808. For the Purpose of exploring the Alleghany, Monongahela, Ohio, and Mississippi, and ascertaining the Produce and Condition of their Banks and Vicinity.
194371: ---. - A History of the early Part of the Reign of James the Second; with an introductory Chapter.
194372: ---. - Mathematics Simplified and practically Illustrated, by the Adaptation of the principal Problems to the ordinary Purposes of Life, and by a progressive Arrangement, applied to the most familiar Objects in the plainest Terms: together with a complete
194357: ---. - Construction of several Systems of Fortification; for the use of the Royal Military Academy.
194358: ---. - Essays on the First Principles of Christianity, on the Method of establishing sound Doctrine from the Sacred Oracles, and on the different Senses of Scripture Terms.
194359: ---. - Chemical Philosophy; or the established Bases of Modern Chemistry. Intended to serve as an Elementary Work for that Science.
194360: ---. - A general, historical, and topographical Description of Mount Caucasus. With a Catalogue of Plants indigneous to the Country. Translated from the Works of Dr. Reineggs and Marshal Bieberstein.
194361: ---. - The Reign of Charlemagne, considered chiefly with Reference to Religion, Laws, Literature and Manners.
194362: ---. - An Enquiry into the Extent and Stability of National Resources.
194363: ---. - An Introduction to Physiological and Systematical Botany.
194364: ---. - Notes and Observations on the early Part of the History of the British Isles.
194347: ---. - The Origin of Naval Architecture: a Discourse, accommodated to the General Fast.
194350: ---. - Essay on the Authenticity of the Poems of Ossian; in which the Objections of Malcolm Laing, Esq. are particularly considered and refuted.
194351: ---. - A System of Operative Surgery, founded on the Basis of Anatomy Vol. I.
194352: ---. - Essay on the Theory of Money and Exchange.
194353: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Writings of George Buchanan.
194354: ---. - Mathematical Tables, Containing the Logarithms of Numbers, Logarithmic Sines, Tangents, and Secants, and a Traverse Table; To which are prefixed, Logarithmical Arithmetic, and Plane Trigonometry, also Examples on the Mensuration of Heights and
194355: ---. - An Illustration of the General Evidence establishing the Reality of Christ's Resurrection.
194356: ---. - Some Account of the Life and Writings of Lope Felix de Vega Carpio.
194338: ---. - Some Account of the Public Life, and a Selection from the Un-published Writings, of the Earl of Macartney. The Latter consisting of Extracts from an Account of the Russian Empire; a Sketch of the Political History of Ireland; and a Journal of an
194339: ---. - The History of the World from the Reign of Alexander to that of Augustus, comprehending the latter Ages of European Greece and the History of the Greek Kingdoms in Asia and Africa, from their Foundation to their Destruction; with a preliminary Survey
194340: ---. - An Elementary Treatise on Natural Philosophy. Translated from the French of M. R. J. Hauy, Professor of Mineralogy at the Museum of Natural History (Paris).
194341: ---. - Lectures on Belles Lettres and Logic.
194342: ---. - A Portraiture of Methodism; being an impartial View of the Rise, Progress, Doctrines, Discipline, and Manners of the Wesleyan Methodists. In a Series of Letters, addressed to a Lady.
194343: ---. - The Remains of Henry Kirke White, of Nottingham, late of St. John's College, Cambridge; with an Account of his Life.
194344: ---. - Lectures on the History of Joseph.
194345: ---. - A Treatise on the Coins of the Realm; in a Letter to the King.
194346: ---. - Discourses, Moral and Religious, adapted to a Naval Audience: Preached on board his Majesty's Ship the Tremendous, John Osborn, Esq. Commander, during the Years 1802, 1802, and 1804.
194329: ---. - Travels through the Canadas; containing a Description of the picturesque Scenery of some of the Rivers and Lakes, with an Account of the Productions, Commerce, and Inhabitants of those Provinces; to which is subjoined a comparative View of the
194330: ---. - Report of a Deputation from the Hibernian Society, respecting the Religious State of Ireland: to which is added, a Plan of the Society, together with a List of its Officers.
194331: ---. - Account of the Life and Writings of David Hume.
194332: ---. - An Essay on the Theory of Money, and the Principles of Commerce.
194333: ---. - A Treatise on Plane and Spherical Trigonometry. With their most useful Practical Applications.
194334: ---. - Patriotic Sketches of Ireland, written in Connaught.
194335: ---. - Travels in South America, during the Years 1801, 1802, 1803, and 1804; Containing a description of the Captain-Generalship of Caraccas, and an Account of the Discovery, Conquest, Topography, Legislature, Commerce, Finance, and Natural Productions of
194337: ---. - Peace without Dishonour - War without Hope; An Argument against War with Great Britain, recently published at Boston.
194319: ---. - Observations on a Journey through Spain and Italy to Naples, and thence to Smyrna and Constantinople: comprising a Description of the principal Places in that Route, and Remarks on the present natural and political State of those Countries.
194320: ---. - Observations on the Nature and Cure of Gout; on Nodes of the Joints; and on the Influence of certain Articles of Diet, in Gout, Rheumatism, and Gravel.
194321: ---. - Chronological, Biographical, and Miscellaneous Exercises, on a new Plan; designed for the Use of Young Ladies.
194322: ---. - Caledonia: or an Account Historical and Topographic of North Britain; from the most ancient to the present times: with a Dictionary of places Chorographical and Philological.
194323: ---. - A Tour through Holland, along the Right and Left Banks of the Rhine, to the South of Germany, in the Summer and Autumn of 1806.
194324: ---. - A Treatise of Mechanics Theoretical, Practical, and Descriptive.
194325: ---. - Fragments of Oriental Literature, with an outline of a Painting on a curious Chinese Vase.
194326: ---. - Doctrinal and Practical Illustrations of the Litany, of the United Church of Great Britain and Ireland, including the Lord's Prayer. To which are added Admonitory Prayers, calculated for family and private use.
194327: ---. - An Account of the Life and Writings of Hugh Blair... one of the Ministers of the High Church, and Professor of Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the University of Edinburgh.
194328: ---. - Britain Independent of Commerce; or, Proofs, deduced from an Investigation into the true Causes of the Wealth of Nations, that our riches, prosperity, and power, are derived from sources inherent in ourselves, and would not be affected, even though
194311: ---. - The Destiny of the German Empire; and the general Prospects of Europe. In two parts.
194312: ---. - An Examination of the Passages contained in the Gospels, and other Books of the New Testament, respecting the Person of Jesus, with Observations arising from them.
194313: ---. - An Account of a Newly-Discovered Membrane in the human Eye. To which are added some Objections to the common Operation for Fistula Lacrymalis; and the suggestion of a new Mode of treating that Disease.
194314: ---. - Voyages to Portugal, Spain, Sicily, Malta, Asia-Minor, Egypt, from 1796 to 1801, with a Historical Sketch, and Occasional Reflections.
194315: ---. - Specimens of the later English Poets, with preliminary notices.
194316: ---. - Some Account of New Zealand, particularly the Bay of Islands, and surrounding country; with a Description of the Religion, and Government, Language, Arts, Manufactures, Manners, and Customs of the Natives.
194317: ---. - Antiquities Historical, Architectual, Chorographical, and Itinerary, in Nottinghamshire and the Adjacent Counties: Comprising the Histories of Southwell (the Ad Pontem) and of Newark the Sidnacester, of the Romans). Interspersed with Biographical
194318: ---. - Lectures on Systematic Theology and Pulpit Eloquence.
194303: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Writings on the Hon. Henry Home, of Kames; one of the Senators of the College of Justice, and one of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland; containing Sketches of the Progress of Literature and general Improvement
194304: ---. - Elements of Mechanical Philosophy, being the Substance of a Course of Lectures on that Science.
194305: ---. - The History of the Anglo-Saxons.
194306: ---. - Observations on the Hypotheses which have been assumed to account for the Cause of Gravitation from Mechanical Principles.
194307: ---. - An Essay on the Principles of Human Action: being an argument in favour of the Natural Disinterestedness of the Human Mind. To which are added some remarks on the Systems of Hartley and Helvetius.
194308: ---. - Remarks on the Operation and Consequences of the Laws for the Recovery of Debts; in a Series of Letters addressed to the Right Honourable the Earl of Moira.
194309: ---. - A Complete Dictionary of Practical Gardening: comprehending all the Modern Improvements in the Art; whether in raising of the various Esculent Vegetables, or in the forcing or managing of different Sorts of Fruits and Plants, and that of laying out,
194310: ---. - The Present State of Turkey; or a Description of the Political, Civil and Religious Constitution, Government, and Laws, of the Ottoman Empire; the Finiances, Military and Naval Establishments; the State of Learning, and of the Liberal and Mechanical
194296: ---. - Travels in Africa, Egypt, and Syria, from the year 1792 to 1798.
194297: ---. - Travels in Scotland, by an unusual Route; with a Trip to the Orkneys and Hebrides; containing Hints for Improvements in Agriculture and Commerce; with Characters and Anecdotes. Embellished with Views or striking Objects, and a Map including the
194298: ---. - An Introduction to the Study of Moral Evidence; or, of that Species of Reasoning which relates to Matters of Fact and Practice. With an Appendix, on debating for Victory, and not for Truth.
194299: ---. - A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade; addressed to the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of Yorkshire.
194300: ---. - The Stranger in America: containing Observations made during a long Residence in that Country, on the Genius, Manners, and Customs of the People of the United States; with Biographical Particulars of Public Characters; Hints and Facts relative to
194301: ---. - The Ancient and Modern History of Nice; comprehending an Account of the Foundation of Marseilles: to which are prefixed, Descriptive Observations on the Nature, Produce, and Climate, of the Territory of the former city, and its adjoining Towns;
194302: ---. - A new Literal Translation from the Original Greek, of all the Apostical Epistles. With a Commentary and Notes, philological, critical, explanatory, and practical. To which is added a History of the life of the Apostle Paul.
194274: ---. - Fifty-three Discourses, containing a connected System of doctrinal and practical Christianity, as professed and maintained by the Church of England, particularly adapted to the use of Families and County Congregations.
194275: ---. - Principles and Practice of Naval and Military Courts Martial, with an Appendix, illustrative of the Subject.
194276: ---. - Recollections of Paris, in the Years 1802, 3, 4, 5.
194277: ---. - A New Theory and Prospectus of the Persian Verbs, with their Hindoostanee Synonimes, in Persian and English.
194278: ---. - Lectures on Natural Philosophy: the Result of many Years practical Experience of the Facts elucidated. With an Appendix; containing a great Number and Variety of Astronomical and Geographical Problems; also some useful Tables, and a comprehensive
194279: ---. - Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting.
194280: ---. - The Principles of Moral Science.
194281: ---. - An Essay on the Elements, Accents, and Prosody, of the English Language.
194282: ---. - Considerations on the Alliance between Christianity and Commerce, applied to the present State of this Country.
194283: ---. - A Catechism for the Use of all the Churches in the French Empire; to which is prefixed, the Pope's Bull, and the Bishop's Mandamus. Translated from the Original; with an Introduction and Notes.
194284: ---. - A Letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M. P. Containing Observations on the Distresses peculiar to the Poor of Spitalfields, arising from their local Situation.
194285: ---. - Observations on the Utility, Form and Management of Water- Meadows and the draining and irrigating of Peat-Bogs; with an Account of Prisley-Bog, and other extraordinary Improvements, conducted for his Grace the Duke of Bedford, T. W. Coke, Esq M.P.
194286: ---. - A faithful Account of an important Trial in the Court of Conscience.
194287: ---. - Magna Britannia; being a concise topographical Account of the several Counties of Great Britain.
194288: ---. - The History of England, from the earliest Records to the Peace of Amiens, in a Series of Letters to a Young Lady at School.
194289: ---. - Memoirs of the Rise and Progress of the Royal Navy.
194290: ---. - First Impressions; or Sketches from Art and Nature, Animate and Inanimate.
194291: ---. - The Dangers of the Country. New Reasons for abolishing the Slave Trade; being the last Section of a larger Work now first published, entitled The Dangers of the Country.
194292: ---. - The Independent Man; or an Essay on the Formation and Development of those Principles and Faculties of the HUman Mind which constitute Moral and Intellectual Excellence.
194293: ---. - Elementary Evidences of the Truth of Christianity; in a Series of Easter Catechisms on the Resurrection and other Miracles of Christ; on Prophecy, and on Christ's Testimony of Himself.
194294: ---. - The Naval, Military, and Private Practitioner's Amanuensis Medicus & Chirurgicus; or a Practical Treatise on Fevers, and all those Diseases which most frequently occur in Practice; with the Mode of Cure. Likewise on Amputation, Gunshot-Wounds...
194264: ---. - Essays on the Anatomy of Expression in Painting.
194265: ---. - The Principles of Moral Science.
194266: ---. - An Essay on the Elements, Accents, and Prosody, of the English Language.
194267: ---. - Considerations on the Alliance between Christianity and Commerce, applied to the present State of this Country.
194268: ---. - A Catechism for the Use of all the Churches in the French Empire; to which is prefixed, the Pope's Bull, and the Bishop's Mandamus. Translated from the Original; with an Introduction and Notes.
194269: ---. - A Letter to Samuel Whitbread, Esq. M. P. Containing Observations on the Distresses peculiar to the Poor of Spitalfields, arising from their local Situation.
194270: ---. - Observations on the Utility, Form and Management of Water- Meadows and the draining and irrigating of Peat-Bogs; with an Account of Prisley-Bog, and other extraordinary Improvements, conducted for his Grace the Duke of Bedford, T. W. Coke, Esq M.P.
194271: ---. - A faithful Account of an important Trial in the Court of Conscience.
194272: ---. - Magna Britannia; being a concise topographical Account of the several Counties of Great Britain.
194273: ---. - An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, L.L.D. late Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic, in the Marischal College and University of Aberdeen; including many of his Original Letters.
194256: ---. - A History of Ireland, from the earliest Account, to the accomplishment of the Union with Great Britain in 1801.
194257: ---. - Gleanings from Zimmerman's Solitude; to which are added, Occasional Observations, and an Ode on Retirement.
194258: ---. - An Account of the Life and Writings of James Beattie, L.L.D. late Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic, in the Marischal College and University of Aberdeen; including many of his Original Letters.
194259: ---. - Fifty-three Discourses, containing a connected System of doctrinal and practical Christianity, as professed and maintained by the Church of England, particularly adapted to the use of Families and County Congregations.
194260: ---. - Principles and Practice of Naval and Military Courts Martial, with an Appendix, illustrative of the Subject.
194261: ---. - Recollections of Paris, in the Years 1802, 3, 4, 5.
194262: ---. - A New Theory and Prospectus of the Persian Verbs, with their Hindoostanee Synonimes, in Persian and English.
194263: ---. - Lectures on Natural Philosophy: the Result of many Years practical Experience of the Facts elucidated. With an Appendix; containing a great Number and Variety of Astronomical and Geographical Problems; also some useful Tables, and a comprehensive
194245: ---. - Excursions in North America; described in letters from a Gentleman and his young companion, to their friends in England.
194246: ---. - The Stranger in Ireland, or a Tour in the Southern and Western Parts of that Country, in the Year 1805.
194248: ---. - Elements of intellectual Philosophy, or an analysis of the powers of the human understanding; tending to ascertain the principles of a Rational Logic.
194249: ---. - The Apocalypse or Revelation of St. John translated; with notes, critical and explanatory: to which is prefixed a dissertation on the divine origin of the Book, in answer to the objections of the late professor, J. D. Michaelis.
194250: ---. - An (A) Historical and Descriptive Account of St. Edmund's Bury, in the County of Suffolk; comprising an ample Detail of the Origin, Dissolution, and venerable Remains of the Abbey, and other Places of Antiquity in that ancient Town.
194251: ---. - A Collection of Mathematical Tables for the Use of Students.
194252: ---. - Principles of the Science of tuning Instruments with fixed Tones.
194253: ---. - Biographical Memoirs of the late Rev. Joseph Warton, D. D. Master of St. Mary Winton College. To which are added, a Selection from his Works; and a literary Correspondence between eminent Persons, reserved by him for Publication.
194254: ---. - Essays chiefly on Chemical Subjects.
194255: ---. - The Iliad of Homer: Translated into Blank Verse; with Notes.
194232: ---. - Surgical Observations, Part the Second: containing an Account of the Disorders of the Health in General, and of the Digestive Organs in Particular, which accompany local Diseases, and obstruct their Cure: Observations on Diseases of the Urethra,
194233: ---. - The Miseries of Human Life, or the Groans of Timothy Testy and Samuel Sensitive; with a few Supplementary Sighs.
194234: ---. - Picture of Edinburgh, containing a History and Description of the City, with a particular Account of every remarkable object in, or Establishment connected with the Scottish Metropolis, illustrated with a Plan and upwards of thirty Engravings on Wood
194235: ---. - A Letter to William Wilberforce...on the Justice and Expediency of Slavery, and the Slave Trade, and on the best Means to improve the Manners and Condition of the Negroes in the West Indies.
194236: ---. - A brief Treatise on Death, philosophically, morally, and practically considered.
194237: ---. - Communication to the Board of Agriculture; on Subjects relative to the Husbandry and internal Improvement of the Country.
194238: ---. - Eight Letters on the subject of the Earl of Selkirk's Pamphlet on Highland Emigration: as they lately appeared under the signature of Amicus in one of the Edinburgh newspapers.
194239: ---. - A Vindication of the Principles and Statements advanced in the Scrictures of the Right Hon. Lord Sheffield; on the Necessity of inviolably maintaining the Navigation and Colonial System of Great Britain, with Tables and an Appendix.
194240: ---. - Observations and Experiments on the Digestive Powers of the Bile in Animals.
194241: ---. - A practical Treatise on the Diseases of the Stomach, and of Digestion, including the History and Treatment of those affections of the Liver and digestive Organs, which occur in persons who return from the East and West Indies, with Observations on
194242: ---. - A Treatise on the Art of Bread-making, wherein the Mealing-Trade, Assize Laws, and every circumstance connected with the Art, is particularly examined.
194243: ---. - A Voyage to Cochin China in the Years 1792 and 1793; containing a general view of the valuable productions, and the political importance of this flourishing kingdom; and also of such European Settlements, as were visited on the voyage; with sketches
194244: ---. - History of the Campaign of 1805, in Germany, Italy, the Tyrol.
194225: ---. - An Inquiry into the State of the Nation at the Commencement of the present Administration.
194226: ---. - Memoirs of the Life of George Morland; with critical and descriptive Observations on the whole of his Works hitherto before the Public.
194227: ---. - Letters from Paraguay; describing the Settlements of Monte Video and Buenos Ayres; the Presidencies of Rioja Minor, Nombre de Dios, St. Mary, and St. John.
194228: ---. - A Dictionary Persian, Arabic and English; with a Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and Manners of Eastern Nations.
194229: ---. - An Essay on the Principle of commercial Exchanges, and more particularly of the Exchange between Great Britain and Ireland: with an Inquiry into the practical Effects of the Bank-Restriction.
194230: ---. - A Dissertation on the Prophecies that have been fulfilled, relative to the great period of 1260 Years; the Papal and Mahommendan Apostacies; the tyrannical Reign of Antichrist, or the Infidei Power, and the Restoration of the Jews.
194231: ---. - Geographical Delineations, or a compendious View of the natural and political State of all parts of the Globe.
194216: ---. - Lectures on some Passages in the Acts of the Apostles.
194217: ---. - Travels to discover the Sources of the Nile, in the Years 1768-1773.
194218: ---. - Observations on the Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening. Including some remarks on Grecian and Gothic Agriculture, collected from various Manuscripts, in the Possession of the different Noblemen and Gentlemen, for whose Use they were
194219: ---. - Discourses on various Topics; relating to Doctrine and Practice.
194220: ---. - The Greek-English derivative Dictionary, showing in English Characters, the Greek Originals of such Words, in the English Language, as are derived from the Greek: and comprising correct Explanations from the most approved Lexicographers, of the
194221: ---. - The Works of Sallust, to which are prefixed two Essays on the Life, Literary Character, and Writings of the Historian; with Notes Historical, Biographical and Critical.
194222: ---. - Letters from France, written in the Years 1803, and 1804, including a particular Account of Verdun, and the Situation of the British Captives in that city.
194223: ---. - A Treatise on the Process employed by Nature in suppressing the Hemorrhage from divided and punctuated Arteries; and on the Use of the Ligature; concluding with Observations on Secondary Hemorrhage: the Whole deduced from an extensive Series of
194224: ---. - Observations on English Architecture, Military, Ecclesiastical and Civil, compared with similar Buildings on the Continent: including a Critical Itinerary of Oxford and Cambridg; also Historical Notices of stained Glass, Ornamental Gardening; with
194208: ---. - Historical Fragments of the Mogul Empire, of the Morattoes, and of the English Concerns in Indostan, from the year 1659 - Origin of the English Establishment, and of the Company's Trade at Broach and Surat; and a general Idea of the Government and
194211: ---. - A Manual of Anatomy and Physiology, reduced as much as possible to a tabular form.
194212: ---. - An (A) Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti comprehending a view of the Principal Transactions in the revolution of Saint Domingo, with its Ancient and Modern State.
194213: ---. - Memoirs of Richard Cumberland; Written by himself; containing an Account of his Life and Writings, interspersed with Anecdotes and Characters of several of the most distinguished Persons of his Time, with whom he has had Intercourse and Connexion.
194214: ---. - A Clinical History of Diseases. Part First; being I. A Clinical History of the Acute Rheumatism. II. A Clinical History of the Nodosity of the Joints.
194215: ---. - A Restoration of the Ancient Modes of bestowing Names on the Rivers, Hills, Vallies, Plains, and Settlements of Britain; recorded in no Author.
194189: ---. - A Description of the Island of St. Helena; containing Observations on its singular Structure and Formation; and an Account of its Climate, Natural History, and Inhabitants.
194190: ---. - Naufragia; or Historical Memoirs of Shipwrecks and of the Providential Deliverence of Vessels.
194191: ---. - The History of Egypt, from the earliest Accounts of that Country, till the Expulsion of the French from Alexandria, in the year 1801.
194192: ---. - Memoirs of the Professional Life of the Right Honourable Horatio Lord Viscount Nelson with his glorius Achievements under the British Flag. A Sketch of his Parliamentary Conduct, with Biographical Particulars of Contemporary Naval Officers.
194193: ---. - The History of the Orkney Islands: in which is comprehended an Account of their Present as well as their Ancient State; together with the Advantages they possess for several Branches of Industry, and the Means by which they may be improved.
194194: ---. - A Treatise on the Constructing and Copying (of) all Kinds of Geographical Maps.
194195: ---. - The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, displayed in a Series of Select Engravings, representing the most beautiful, curios, and interesting Ancient Edifices of this Country; with an Historical and Descriptive Account of each Subject....
194196: ---. - Tour in America, in 1798, 1799 and 1800 - Exhibiting Sketches of Society and Manners, and a particular Account of the American System of Agriculture, with its recent Improvements.
194197: ---. - An Experimental Inquiry into the Nature and Propagation of Heat.
194198: ---. - A Treatise of (on) The Laws for the Relief and Settlement of the Poor.
194199: ---. - History of all the Events and Transactions which have taken place in India; containing the Negotiations of the British Government relative to the Glorius Success of the late War.
194200: ---. - Biographical Memoirs of Lord Viscount Nelson, with Observations Critical and Explanatory. Sparsa Coegi.
194201: ---. - War in Disguise; or, the Frauds of the Neautral Flags.
194202: ---. - ...The Diversions of Purley.
194203: ---. - The History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven, in the County of York.
194204: ---. - Discourses chiefly on Devotional Subjects. WITH To which are prefixed Memoirs of his Life.
194205: ---. - Observations on the present State of the Highlands of Scotland, with a View of the causes and probable Consequences of Emigration.
194206: ---. - A History of the College of Arms, and the Lives of all the Kings, Heralds, and Pursuivants, from the reign of Richard III. Founder of the College, until the present Time. With a Preliminary Dissertation relative to the different Orders in England
194207: ---. - An Inquiry into the permanent Causes of the Decline and Fall of Powerful and Wealthy Nations, Illustrated by Four engraved Charts. Designed to show how the Prosperity of the British Empire may be prolonged.
194145: ---. - An Account of the Astronomical Discoveries of Kepler; including an Historical Review of the Systems which had successively prevailed before his Time.
194146: ---. - The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief of the American Forces during the war which established the independence of his Country, and First President of the United States...
194147: ---. - The Humble Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland to the Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
194148: ---. - Thoughts on the Protestant Ascendancy in Ireland. With an Appendix.
194149: ---. - A System of Chemistry.
194150: ---. - Antiquities of the Inns of Court and Chancery; containing historical and descriptive Sketches relative to their Original Foundation. Customs, Ceremonies, Buildings, Government, with a concise History of the English Law.
194151: ---. - A View of Religions, in Three Parts: Part first containing an alphabetical Compendium of the Denominations among Christians: Part second, containing a brief Account of Paganism, Mahometanism, Judaism, and Deism: Part third, containing a View of the
194152: ---. - Medical Sketches of the Expedition to Egypt from India.
194184: ---. - Notes on all the Books of Scripture, for the Use of the Pulpit and Private Families.
194185: ---. - The Life and Pontificate of Leo the Tenth.
194186: ---. - A Northern Summer; or, Travels round the Baltic, through Denmark, Sweden, Russia, Prussia, and Part of Germany, in the Year 1804.
194187: ---. - European Commerce; shewing new and secure Channels of Trade, with the Continent of Europe: detailing the Produce, Manufactures, and Commerce, of Russia, Prussia, Sweden, Denmark, and Germany; as well as the Trades of the Rivers, Elbe, Weser, and Ems
194188: ---. - A Medical and Experimental Inquiry, into the Origin, Symptoms, and Cure of Constitutional Diseases. Particularly Scrophula, Consumption, Cancer, and Gout. Illustrated by Cases.
194134: ---. - An Account of Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa.
194135: ---. - An Account of the Life of James Beattie, L. L. D. Professor of Moral Philosophy and Logic, Aberdeen.
194136: ---. - The History and Antiquities of Doncaster and its Vicinity; with Anecdotes of eminent Men.
194137: ---. - The Hebrew Grammar, with principal Rules compiled from some of the most considerable Hebrew Grammars, and particularly adapted to Bythner's Lyra Prophetica. Also complete Paradigms of the Verbs; and an elegant Engraving of the Hebrew Alphabet on a
194140: ---. - Outlines of a Plan, calculated to put a stop to the progress of the Malignant Contagion, which rages on the shores of the Mediterranean, if, notwithstanding every precaution, it should unfortunately make its way into this country.
194141: ---. - A Map of India, compiled from various interesting and valuable Materials.
194142: ---. - Travels in China; containing descriptions, observations and comparisons, made and collected during the course of a short residence at the Imperial Palace of Yuen-min-yuen, and on a subsequent Journey through the country from Pekin to Canton...
194144: ---. - Observations on the present State of the British Commerce; including Strictures on the Extent, Importance, Influence, Advantages, and probable Increase of the Trade of Great Britain, with all parts of the world...
194116: ---. - The authenticity, uncorrupted preservation, and credibility of the New Testament.
194120: ---. - A Grammar of the Persian Language.
194121: ---. - Picturesque Scenery in the Holy Land and Syria; delineated during the Campaigns of 1799 and 1800.
194122: ---. - Organic Remains of a former World; and Examination of the Mineralized Remains of the Vegetables and Animals of the Antideluvian World; generally termed Extraneous Fossils. WITH. Organic Remains of a former World.
194123: ---. - The History of the Gunpowder Plot: with several Historical Circumstances prior to that Event,...Digested and arranged from authentic materials.
194124: ---. - The Powers of Genius. A Poem in Three Cantos.
194125: ---. - Modern Literature: a Novel, in Three Volumes.
194126: ---. - A Tour through the British West Indies, in the Years 1802, and 1803, giving a particular Account of the Bahama Islands.
194127: ---. - The Triumph of Music; A Poem: in six Cantos.
194128: ---. - Memoirs of the Life of Agrippina, the Wife of Germanicus.
194129: ---. - Lectures on the principal Truths and Duties of Christianity, delivered in the new Meeting-House, Great Yarmouth.
194130: ---. - An Account of the Cape of Good Hope;containing an Historical View of its original Settlement by the Dutch, its Capture by the British in 1795, and the different policy pursued there by the Dutch and British Governments...
194104: ---. - The Sorption of Neutral Soap by Wool, and its Bearing on Scouring and Milling Processes.
194105: ---. - A Standard Method for The Estimation of Soap in Wool.
194106: ---. - A Micrological Study of The Fleece of The Blackface Lamb.
194107: ---. - Wool Fibre Measurement.
194114: ---. - An Abstract of the whole Doctrine of the Christian Religion, with Observations.
194115: ---. - Modern Geography - A description of the Empires, Kingdoms, States, and Colonies; with the Oceans, Seas and Isles; in all parts of the world: including the most recent discoveries and poitical alterations. Digested on a new plan.
194051: ---. - Silver-gilt Chalice and Paten found at Dolgelly
194055: ---. - An Examination of an Inscription on a barn in Kent; the Mantle Tree in the Parfonage House at Helmdon in Northumberland, as described by the Professor Wallis and Ward, revised; and queries and Remarks on the general Use of Arabic Numerals in England.
194006: ---. - The Physical Condition of the People - The Rural Labourer.
194007: ---. - Agricultural Implements and Machines.
194009: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXI. - Evil Results of Over-feeding Cattle.
194010: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXI. - The Manure Pit (La Fosse a Fumier).
194011: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXI. - Our Farm-Labourers and their Dwellings.
194013: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXI. - Reaping-Machines.
194018: ---. - British Grasses.
194019: ---. - Patent Specifications relating to Steam-Culture.
194020: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXII. - Experiments with Special Manures on Turnips.
194021: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LXII. - The Purification of Rivers, and the beneficial Application of the Sewer-water of Towns.
194022: ---. - English and French Agriculture. - To be continued.
194023: ---. - The Physical Condition of the People - The Rural Labourer.
194024: ---. - Hirudiculture (Leech Culture).
194002: R.S.B. - The Town-Sewage Question. - No. 2.
194003: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LX. - Is Pleuro-pneumonia infectious?
194004: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LX. - Weeds.
193996: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LIX. - Stewart on Modern Agriculture in Britain.
193997: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LIX. - Guano and Superphosphate.
193998: L.H.R. - A Few Thoughts and Facts Anent Turnips.
193999: ---. - Coal, Smoke, and Sewage.
194000: ---. - Rhenish Wine and Rhineland.
194001: ---. - The Physical Condition of the People: The Army.
193990: E. - Parr versus Pisciculture.
193991: R.S.B. - The Town-Sewage Question. - No. I.
193992: ---. - Lavergne on Agriculture and Population.
193994: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LIX. - Good and Bad Farming.
193995: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LIX. - Notes on Drainage.
193971: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVI. - The Use of Guano in the Duchy of Cleves, Prussia.
193972: ---. - Agricultural Summary for the Quarter.
193974: ---. - North America; its Agriculture and Climate.
193977: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - Exposure of Farmyard Dung spread on the Surface of the Soil.
193978: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - Adoption of a Dog instead of its Foal by a Mare.
193979: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - English v. Scotch Threshing-Machines.
193980: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - Transport of Milk in Warm Weather.
193981: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - Zizania Aquatica. - The Wild Rice of the Canadian Lakes.
193982: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVII. - On Urea as a direct Source of Nitrogen to Vegetation.
193983: ---. - Roman Husbandry.
193985: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVIII. - Skilling on Turnip-Culture.
193986: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVIII. - The New Method of Setting, or Dibbling Grain, Pulse, Mangold, &c.
193987: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVIII. - Premiums for Cattle at French Local Agricultural Shows.
193988: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVIII. - Potato Disease.
193989: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVIII. - Superphosphate of Lime.
193963: ---. - Physiology of Breeding.
193964: E. - Salmom and Pisciculture.
193965: ---. - Patent Specifications relating to Manures.
193967: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVI. - The Sickle, the Scythe, the Reaping Machine.
193970: ---. - The Farmer's Note-Book. - No. LVI. - Coal-ashes, Cinders, &c. as a Maqnure
193934: ---. - The Mission of German Catholics.
193935: ---. - The Works of Frederick Schiller. Historical History of the Thirty Years War, complete. History of the Revolt of the Netherlands to the Confederacy of the Gueux.
193936: ---. - The Pleasures of Home; or Domestic Scenes and Affections of the Circle around the Hearth.
193937: ---. - Stray Leaves from a Freemason's Note-Book.
193938: ---. - The History, Manners, and Mythology of Ancient Greece.
193939: ---. - Poetry and Criticism.
193940: ---. - The Castle of Ehrenstein; its Lords Spiritual and Temporal; its Inhabitants, earthly and unearthly. Azeth, the Egyptian. Cleveland; a Tale of the Catholic Church.
193941: ---. - The Works of Ariosto.
193942: ---. - The Life of Henry the Fourth, King of France and Navarre.
193945: ---. - Baron Dercsenyi's Researches for a Philanthropical Remedy against Communism; or, a system of Philanthropy applied to National Economy, National Education, and the Political Life of the People.
193946: ---. - Correspondence relating to the Measures adopted for the Relief of the Distress in Ireland.
193927: ---. - Essay on the Construction of Fugue.
193928: ---. - The Supremacy Question, or Justice to the Church of England.
193929: ---. - Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson. Written by his Widow Lady. To which is prefixed the Life of Mrs Hutchinson, written by herself.
193930: ---. - The Trapper's Bride; a Tale of the Rocky Mountains, with the Rose of Ouisconsin.
193931: ---. - Florentine Tales: with Modern Illustrations.
193911: ---. - Commercial Histories. Financial Reform.
193912: ---. - The Belgian Revolution.
193913: ---. - A History of the Life and Works of John De la Fontaine.
193914: ---. - Lucretia; The Children of Night.
193915: ---. - The Potato Plant; its Uses and Properties: together with the Cause of the present Malady, the extension of that Disease to other Plants, the question of Famine arising therefrom, and the best means of averting that Calamity.
193916: ---. - Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest, with Anecdotes of their Courts.
193917: ---. - The Last Days of a Polish Exile.
193919: ---. - A Catholic History of England.
193920: ---. - Memoirs of the Life and Times of Sir Christopher Hatton, Vice-Chamberlain and Lord Chancellor to Queen Elizabeth, including his Correspondence with the Queen and other distinguished Persons.
193921: ---. - Sixty Years Hence. A Tale of the Future.
193922: ---. - Extension of the Irish Poor-Law.
193923: ---. - The Income Tax: its Extension, at the present rate, proposed to all Classes; abolishing the Malt-Tax, Window Tax, and other Taxes. With some Observations on the Tea Duties.
193924: ---. - The Book of the Twelve Minor Prophets: translated from the original Hebrew; with a Commentary Critical, Philological, and Exegetical.
193925: ---. - A New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language; embracing all the Terms used in Art, Science, and Literature.
193926: ---. - Nozrani in Egypt and Syria.
193869: ---. - Public Libraries, Cambridge.
193870: ---. - Notices relating to The Ancient collars of The King's Livery and in particular those which are still Denominated ''Collars of SS.''
193871: ---. - Standards. From the article on ''Banners'' used in The English Army, some observations were made on Standards, about which very little is known.
193872: ---. - The Tragedies of the last Age, considered and examined by the Practice of the Ancients, and by the Common sense of all Ages, in a letter to fleetwood Shepheard.
193873: ---. - Itinerarium Germaniae, Galliae, Angliae, Italiae; scriptum a Paulo Hentznero. A Journey into England.
193874: ---. - Pharonnida, a Heroic Poem, by William Chamberlayne, of Shaftesbury, in the County of Dorset.
193875: ---. - Danielis Heinsii Poemata.
193876: ---. - Poems. Late Fellow of Magdalen College, and Professor of Poetry in the university of Oxford.
193877: ---. - Essai sur les Prejuges, ou de l'Influence des Opinions sur les moeurs et sur le bonheur des Hommes. Ouvrage contenant l'Apologie de la Philosophie.
193878: ---. - Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial; or, a Discourse of the Sepulchral Urns lately found in Norfolk.
193879: ---. - Hieronymi Cardani Mediolanensis de Propria Vita Liber.
193880: ---. - The Dramatic Works of John Dryden.
193881: ---. - A MS Volume of Sir Thomas Browne's Letters to his Son.
193884: ---. - Anglia Judaica: or the History and Antiquities of the Jews in England, collected fromall our Historians, both printed and manuscript, as also from the Records in the Tower, and other Publick Repositories.
193885: ---. - Steps to the Temple, The Delights of the Muses, and Carmen Deo Nostro, by Richard Crashaw, sometime Fellow of Pembroke Hall, and late Fellow of St. Peter's Colledge in Cambridge.
193886: ---. - The Voyage of the Wandering Knight, shewing the whole course of a Man's Life, how apt he is to follow Vanitie, and how hard it is for him to attaine to Virtue: devised by John Carthemy, a Frenchman, and translated out of French into English.
193887: ---. - Chamberlayne's Love's Victory: a Tragi-Comedy.
193888: ---. - The Felicitie of Man, or, his Summum Bonum.
193889: ---. - Satyrical Characters and handsome Descriptions in Letters, written to several Persons of Quality. Translated from the French, by a person of Honor.
193890: ---. - On Mystical Devotion.
193891: ---. - The Works of Mr. John Dennis, in Two Volumes, consisting of Plays and Poems. Original Letters, Familiar and Critical, in Two Volumes.
193892: ---. - Hieronymi Osorii, Lusitani, de Gloria, Libri V. ad Joannem tertium Lusitaniae Regem.
193893: ---. - Chester Mysteries MS in the Harleian Collection, British Museum. Coventry Plays, MS in the Cottonian Library, British Museum. Hawkin's Origin of the English Drama. Dodsley's select Collection of old Plays.
193856: ---. - Shrines and Pilgrimages.
193857: ---. - Biographical Memoirs of Sir William Saint Loe, Captain of The Guard to Queen Elizabeth; with Original Letters.
193858: ---. - Early English Poetry. The Latter part of the Thirteenth century.
193859: ---. - Ionian order of St Michael and St George.
193860: ---. - Society of Antiquaries.
193861: ---. - More's Life of Sir Thomas More.
193862: ---. - Le Combat de Trente Bretons contre Trente Anglois. Publie d'apres le Manuscript de la Bibliotheque du Roi.
193863: ---. - The Refined Courtier; or a Correction of several Indecencies crept into Civil Conversation. London, printed for R. Royston, Bookseller to the King's most excellent Majesty; and are to be sold by Matthew Gilliflower and William Hensman.
193864: ---. - Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modern, with an Historical Introduction and Notes.
193865: ---. - Ulloa's Voyage to South America.
193866: ---. - Archbishop of Spalato, his shiftings in Religion.
193867: ---. - Bristol in The Fifteenth Century.
193868: ---. - Oeconomia Rokebeiorum.
193834: ---. - Biographical Memoirs of Sir James Croft. Privy Counsellor and Comptroller of The House Hold of Queen Elizabeth.
193835: ---. - Early Poetry. Lydgate's Verses on The Foundation of The University of Cambridge.
193836: ---. - Original Letters. Three Royal Letters, which two are addressed to Cardinal Wolsey, then in the Plenitude of his Power are copied from the autographs in a private collection. The other to the Lord Admiral, is from the original in a public Library.
193837: ---. - Barony of Leigh. As a claim to this dignity is now pending before the House of Lords, a short analysis of the Case may be acceptable.
193838: ---. - Society of Antiquaries.
193839: ---. - A Pleasant Comedie called Summer's last Will and Testament. The Countrie Girle.
193840: ---. - Cabala, Sive Scrinia Sacra. Mysteries of State and Government in Letters of illustrations Persons and great Ministers of State, as well foreign as domestick in the Reigns of King Henry the Eighth, Queen Elizabeth, King James, and King Charles.
193841: ---. - The Life and Adventures of Matthew Bishop, of Deddington in Oxfordshire, containing an Account of Several Actions by Sea Battles and Sieges by Land, in which he was present from 1701-1711.
193842: ---. - The Dramatic Works of Thomas Shadwell.
193843: ---. - The Letters which Johan Ashwell, Priour of Newnham Abbey sent secretly to the Bishop of Lincolne, wherein the said Priour accuseth George Joye of four opinions, with the Answere of the said George unto the same Opinions.
193844: ---. - John Gower, The Poet.
193853: ---. - The Itineraries of Simon Simeon and William Worcestre, with a Treatise upon Leonine verse.
193854: ---. - Memoirs of Zehir-ed din Muhammed Baber, Emperor of Hindustan, written by himself in the Jaghatai Turki, and translated partly by the late John Leyden.Notes and a Geographical and Historical Introduction: Map of the Countries Oxus and Jaxartes.
193855: ---. - Fourth Peerage Report.
193819: ---. - Journal of Robert Earl of Leicester.
193820: ---. - Public Libraries.
193821: ---. - Original Letters from Charles the First and his son James Duke of York.
193822: ---. - Baronies by Writ.
193823: ---. - Badges, Crests, and Supporters.
193824: ---. - Spanish Armoury in The Tower.
193825: ---. - St Saviour's Southwark.
193826: ---. - The Works of Mr Abraham Cowley, consisting of those which were formerly printed, and those which he designed for the Press.
193829: ---. - Vita Illustrissimae Dom. Vice-Comitissae Montisacuti.
193830: ---. - Anecdotes of Painting in England with some Account of the principal Artists, and incidental Notes on other Arts.
193831: ---. - A Collection of State Papers relating to Affairs in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, from the Year 1570 to 1596 transcribed from original Papers, and other authentic Memorials, never before published.
193832: ---. - Order of The Bath.
193833: ---. - Travelling Expenses in The Thirteenth Century. The accompts of Philip De Castro of The Daily Expenses of a Person of Rank in The Reign of King Edward I. On a Journey from Oxford to Canterbury, and During his Sojourn in London A.D. 1289.
193811: ---. - Heraldry.
193812: ---. - Early English Poetry.
193813: ---. - Commission for The Publication of Documents in The State Paper Office.
193814: ---. - A Treatise in Old English, to Young Ladies and Women, how to govern themselves, by following Virtue and eschewing Vice; made by a Knight for the use of his three Daughters.
193815: ---. - Notices relative to The Early History of the Town and Port of Hull, compiled from original Records and unpublished Manuscripts, and illustrated with Engravings, Etchings, and Vignettes.
193816: ---. - A Collection of State Papers relating to Affairs in the Reigns of King Henry VIII, King Edward VI, Queen Mary, and Queen Elizabeth, 1542-1570.
193818: ---. - Voyages de Francois Bernier.
193802: ---. - A Collection of Letters from the Original Manuscripts of many Princes, Great Personages, and Statesmen.
193803: ---. - The Poetry contained in the Novels, Tales, and Romances of the Author of Waverley.
193804: ---. - Wallstein, traduite de l'Allemand par M. Benjamin Constant de Rebecque.
193805: ---. - The Parliamentary Writs, and Writs of Military Summons, together with the Records and Muniments relating to the Suit and Service due and performed to the King's High Court of Parliament and the Councils of the Realm.
193806: ---. - No es comida para puercos Mi Fruto, ca perlas son y aunque paraezeo Carrasco soy mas, pues soy Carrascon. De las Cortes, y, Midrano en Cintrueniyo, por Maria Sanchez No driza.
193807: ---. - On The Banners used in The English Army from The Conquest to The Reign of Henry The Eighth.
193808: ---. - Original Letters. from King Edward the third, to William le Zouche, Archbishop of York. Robert Lord Willoughby of Eresby. Peter Cooke, Rector of Sutton Upon Derwent in Yorkshire. The death of Mary Queen of Scots.
193809: ---. - Furniture in The Palaces of King Henry The Eighth.
193810: ---. - Genealogy.
192355: ---. - Encyclopaedia Britannica; or, A Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Complied Upon a New Plan. In Which The Different Sciences and Arts are Digested into Different Treatises or Systems. 3 Volume Facsmile Set of the 1771 1st Edition.
192683: ---. - The Limerick Area : Proceedings of the 142nd Summer Meeting of the Royal Archaeological Institute, 1996. Irish archaeology, etc.
192330: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
192312: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
192294: ---. - Statistics affecting British Agricultural interests.
192295: ---. - The Weather during The Agricultural Year, 1901-1902.
192286: ---. - The Identity of Human and Bovine Tuberculosis.
192154: ---. - The Catholicon.
189219: ---. - State and Prospects of the Country.
189184: ---. - Canals and Railroads; their economic impact.
189186: ---. - Rebecca; the Chartist movement in South Wales.
189188: ---. - A Fifth Chapter of Turkish History. The Wars with the Mamlukes, No. 2 - The Conquest of Egypt.
189189: ---. - The World of London.
189182: ---. - British Mount Everest Expedition, 1953. WITH Award of Coronation Medals to Everest Sherpas.
189026: [GENERAL CUSTER]. - Custer's Last Stand Commemorative Envelope. 85th Anniversary of Custer's Last Stand 25th June, 1876. Postmarked Garryowen, Montana, June 26, 1961.
188974: ---. - Space-Age Fire Engine.
188976: ---. - The Swordfishers of Sicily.
188951: ---. - Flying on Water.
188952: ---. - Millionaire's Zoo.
188777: ---. - Manhunt in Green Hell. - Struggle for Survival.
188746: ---. - Manhunt in Green Hell.
188736: ---. - Beauty of Sail.
188712: ---. - Killer of Cobras.
188706: ---. - Jungle Takes the Air.
188668: ---. - Dance of the Pygmies.
188678: ---. - The World's Smallest Chapel.
188619: ---. - Machines Replace a Romantic Figure.
188608: N. A. R. - Diamond Cut Diamond.
188547: A. H. B. - Diamond Cut Diamond.
188457: ---. - Candlemaking and Christianity. Price's historic Candle Manufacture. A brief account.
188452: ---. - Advertisements; the revenue they supply to newspapers, with numerous examples of actual adverts, and a discussion of their contents, etc.
188456: ---. - Hours with the Mystics [by A. R. Vaughan]
188443: ---. - Murdin's State Papers. Relating to Affairs in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, from the year 1570 to 1596, transcribed from original papers, etc.
188446: ---. - Life of the Rt. Hon. William Pitt.
188447: ---. - Oxford and Dr. Hampden.
188448: ---. - A Summary of the Times In Nursery Rhymes.
188442: ---. - Shrines and Pilgrimages.
188424: ---. - Ireland. The nineteenth Century State of the Country. A summary of four works with textual excerpts.
188400: ---. - Reports respecting the Bank of England Resuming Cash Payments. Communicated by The Lords 12th May 1819.
188369: ---. - W. Faux; Memorable Days in America, being a Journal of a Tour to the United States, principally undertaken to ascertain by positive evidence, the Condition and probable Prospects of British Emigrants, etc.
188370: ---. - Ecclesiastical Revenues ; the Church of England Clergy, their Services, Rights and Revenues; also a comparison with the income of the Church of Scotland clergy.
188371: ---. - Timothy Dwight; Travels in New England and New York.
188375: ---. - Richard A. Cruise ; Journal of a Ten Months' Residence in New Zealand.
188377: ---. - On Agriculture and Rent; the application of Capital to Land.
188378: ---. - Substitution of Savings' Banks for Poor Laws; the practicability or otherwise of compulsory economy for the labouring classes.
188379: ---. - Condition of the Labouring Classes; Wiltshire Emigrants to Canada.
188382: ---. - Rebecca; the Chartist movement in South Wales.
188383: ---. - Cattle and Sheep. Animal husbandry, its problems and the low prices realized by the sale of meat, etc.
188384: ---. - Facts in Figures; a Quarterly Digest of Statistics, abstracted chiefly from the Official Returns, with Professional Deductions. The United Kingdom economy in 1849.
188385: ---. - American Currency and Banking. A summary, based on the pamphlet by Albert Gallatin.
188386: ---. - Guineas an unnecessary and expensive Incumbrance on Commerce, or, the Impolity of repealing the Bank Restriction Bill considered. A review.
188390: ---. - Guineas an unnecessary and expensive Incumbrance on Commerce, or, the Impolity of repealing the Bank Restriction Bill considered. A review.
188363: ---. - Notes on the Cape of Good Hope, made during an Excursion in that Colony in the year 1820. A review.
188364: ---. - Report on the State of Agriculture; the application of Capital to Land and observations on the restriction on Importation of Corn, etc.
188365: ---. - British Colonial Policy; the commercial aspects of colonialism, as found in the various Parliamentary Reports.
188366: ---. - Views, Visits, and Tours in North America ; a review of various publications.
188367: ---. - The Indian Archipelago; the origins of the inhabitants, their history, etc.
188368: ---. - Navigation Laws; their history, their development and reform.
188358: ---. - Spain and her Colonies. A review with textual excerpts.
188359: ---. - On the Means of Improving the People; the need for radical improvement in the Poor Laws.
188360: ---. - State of Society, etc. In Germany; based on experiences and observations of various travellers.
188361: ---. - Wentworth and Oxley; New South Wales. Its advantages for Emigrants and descriptions of Native Wildlife, etc.
188362: ---. - Freedom of Commerce; the effects on British foreign trade of removal of restrictions, etc.
188352: ---. - On Improving the Condition of the Poor. Friendly Societies, etc.
188353: ---. - Colquhoun's Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resource of the British Empire, in every Quarter of the World, including the East Indies. A review.
188354: ---. - Mendicity. Minutes of Evidence taken before the House of Commons Committee enquiry into the State of Mendicity and Vagrancy in London and its neighbourhood.
188356: ---. - Parliamentary Reform; its History in Britain and Europe, and the contemporary demand for it to be carried out in Britain.
188347: ---. - Resolutions of the London Ship Owners; the future fate of the Indian Built ships now admitted to the British Shipping Registry.
188349: ---. - Resolutions of the London Ship Owners; the future fate of the Indian Built ships now admitted to the British Shipping Registry.
188342: ---. - America Orders in Council, and the American Embargo; an examination of the American attitude towards Great Britain.
187598: ---. - The Chinese Classics; The Mission Press. Publications by the London Missionary Society of Chinese Classical Texts in translation; including Confucius Analects, etc.
187603: ---. - Egon Friedell. A Cultural History of the Modern Age.
187593: ---. - Geological Instructions, prepared by M. Elie de Beaumont for the French Scientific Expedition to the North of Europe. Geology of Scandinavia, Spitzbergen, Glaciers, etc.
187595: ---. - The Reform Bill, and the Irish Election Laws.
186879: ---. - Report of Magnetical Observations at Falmouth Observatory for the Year 1897. Latitude 50 [degrees] 9' 0 N., Longitude 5 [degrees] 4' 35 W: height, 167 feet above mean sea-level.
186880: ---. - Report of Magnetical Observations at Falmouth Observatory for the Year 1898. Latitude 50 [degrees] 9' 0 N., Longitude 5 [degrees] 4' 35 W: height, 167 feet above mean sea-level.
186881: ---. - Report of Magnetical Observations at Falmouth Observatory for the Year 1899. Latitude 50 [degrees] 9' 0 N., Longitude 5 [degrees] 4' 35 W: height, 167 feet above mean sea-level.
186611: ---. - Summary of Professor Edgeworth David's Preliminary Report on the Results of the Boring in the Atoll of Funafuti.
186087: ---. - Report of the Committee on Colour-Vision.
185602: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.111. FEATURING: Mr. Perkins' Steam Rocket Engine; Chimney Sweeping; On Naval Improvement by Colonel Beaufoy; New Telescope Stand, Constructed by Mr. W. Shires, etc.
185603: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.112. FEATURING: New Patent Steam-Coach, Invented by Messrs. Timothy Burstall & John Hill; The Single-Wheel Clock; Results of a Meteorological Journal for Sept. 1825.
185596: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.105. FEATURING: Machine To Lower Coffins; Gold Mine Pump; Percussion Cannons & Grenades, etc.
185597: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.106. FEATURING: Machine for Cutting Trellis-Work; Remarks on Mr. Palmer's Suspension Railways; New Application of the Lever Power by Mr. Dixon Vallance, etc.
185598: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.107. FEATURING: Sir Sydney Smith's Newly-Invented Six Wheeled Carriage; Shawl Manufacture; Increasing Strength of Gun Powder, etc.
185599: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.108. FEATURING: Improvement on the High Pressure Steam-Engine by Mr. John Pattison; Submarine Forest ( Isle of Man); Simple Alarum; Education of the People, etc.
185600: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.109. FEATURING: The Semaphore, Now In Use Between London and Portsmouth; Street and Road Pavement; Watch-Glass Microscope; etc.
185601: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.110. FEATURING: Account of the Trigonometer, a New Instrument, Invented by Mr. M. P. Moyley; Mode of Regulating Heat of Hot-Houses; Lighting Steeple Clocks, etc.
185591: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.100. FEATURING: Naval Architecture; Hints for Preventing the Exposion of Foul Air in Coal Mines; Light, Heat, Electricity & Magnetism, etc.
185593: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.102. FEATURING: Apparatus For Raising Water; Pneumatic Telegraph; Sir H. Davy's Method of Protecting the Copper of Ships; Kater's Pendulum, etc.
185594: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.103. FEATURING: An Air Balloon, Invented in the 17th Century; Prize Chronometers; Working Steam Twice, Brewing, Ozzanam's Pump; Case of the Shipwrights, etc.
185595: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.104. FEATURING: New Method of Regulating the Movement of Steam Vessels, Invented by J. & C. Carmichael. Communicated by Capt. Basil Hall; Air & Water Engine, etc.
185582: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.91. FEATURING: A Quadrant And Practical Navigator; New Rule For Measuring Round Timber; New Metal-Jointing Instrument; Importance of the Barometer, etc.
185583: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.92. FEATURING: Plan for the Preservation of Shipwrecked Seamen by Capt. G. W. Manby; On Protracted Labour in Cotton Factories; Brief Account of Geometry by James Elmes, etc.
185584: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.93. FEATURING: Perpetual Pump; On The Sliding Rule; On Flint & Detonating Locks; Plan of a Simple Steam-Wheel; Railway Waggon, etc.
185585: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.94. FEATURING: Machine for the Preservation of Persons in Danger of Shipwreck, Particularly on a Lee-Shore, Invented by Francis Higginson; Kneading Mill, etc.
185586: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.95. FEATURING: Russell's Improved Printing Press; Marine Cravats; Improved Pug-Mill; On The Line Of Draught In Carriages, etc.
185587: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.96. FEATURING: Description of a Water-Horse, by T. H. Bell of Alnwick; Electrical Telegraphs; Plan for Morring Ships in Roadsteads; New Diving Apparatus, etc.
185588: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.97. FEATURING: Plan of Heating and Cooling Liquids, by Mr. H. C. Jennings; Bell's Marine Cravats; Plan of a Steam Vessel Without Paddles, Cylinder, Piston, etc. Safety of the Mails.
185589: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.98. FEATURING: Improvement on the Lathe; The New Diving Apparatus. Prize Chronometers; Construction of Bee-Hives, etc.
185590: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.99. FEATURING: Plan of Extinguishing Fires on Board Ship; Naval Architecture.
185577: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.86. FEATURING: Washing Machine; Brown's Gas Vacuum Engine; State of Science in Our Dockyards; Plans for Saving Lives From Shipwreck; Fraunhoffe's Refracting Telescope, etc.
185578: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.87. FEATURING: Boring Apparatus by M. Monnom; Description of the Danaide, A Machine Accelerated by Friction; Bell-Hanging; Opening Oysters, Steam Washing Box, etc.
185579: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.88. FEATURING: Single-Barrel Hydraulic Pump, with Double Action; Shop-Door Alarm Bolt; Carmarthen Guns, High Price of Beer; Cure For Toothache; Pin-Grinders Safety Apparatus, etc.
185580: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.89. FEATURING: Plan Of A Steam-Boat, With One Wheel In Its Centre, Proper For Canal, River Or Sea Navigation; Property of the Balance, etc.
185581: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.89. FEATURING: Vessel To Sail Against The Wind; The Balance Question; State of Civil Architecture; Carmarthan Guns Surpassed; Metallic Roofing; Chinese Sheet Lead, etc.
185576: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.85. FEATURING: Warping Vessels Up Rapids; On The Hydrostatical Paradox, Weight Of The Atmosphere, The Centre Of Gravity And the Syphon; Fire Proof and Plank Floors, etc.
185565: ---. - An Account of the remarkable Effects of artificial cold in the Congelation of Mercury, experienced by several Members of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Petersburg.
185566: ---. - Memoirs of the Life of Sir Thomas More, with his history of Utopia, translated into English by Ferdinand Warner.A review.
185569: ---. - Account of the Yellow Fever, with a successful Method of Cure, by James Brice, Surgeon, late of the Busbridge East Indiaman. A review of the 1st edition, 1796.
185570: ---. - Two Letters, addressed to a British Merchant, a short time before the Meeting of the new Parliament, in 1796, by John Bowles. A review of the 4th edition, 1796.
185512: ---. - Some Irish Realities: An Historical Chapter.The irish Republican Brotherhood.
185488: ---. - The Journals of Caroline Fox, a daughter of the Cornish Quaker family. A Review with excerpts.
185489: ---. - The Journals of Caroline Fox, a daughter of the Cornish Quaker family. A Review with excerpts.
185475: [BREWSTER, DAVID]. - Recent History of Astronomy; including Observations by J. F.W. Herschel and James South of the Apparent Distances and Positions of Double and Triple Stars
185460: ---. - Botany Bay. Statistics, History and Politics of the South Wales Colony, and the advantages it offers to Emigrants.
185461: ---. - Botany Bay. Statistics, History and Politics of the South Wales Colony, and the advantages it offers to Emigrants.
185462: ---. - Collins' Account of the English Colony of New South Wales. Aborigines, Settlers, Trade, etc.
185464: ---. - Collins' Account of the English Colony of New South Wales. Aborigines, Settlers, Trade, etc.
185466: ---. - J.F.W. Herschel and Fresnel on Light. Theories of Light. A summary.
185472: ---. - Charles Babbage on Life Assurance Societies; a review.
185455: ---. - The Life and Letters of Charles Darwin, including an Autobiographical Chapter; edited by his son, Francis Darwin. A summary and review. Dublin Review, 1888.
185420: ---. - A Form of Prayer to be used in all Churches and Chapels throughout that Part of Great Britain called England, Dominion of Wales, and Town of Berwick upon Tweed...
185388: ---. - Earl Mulgrave In Ireland. A defence of his administration.
185384: ---. - Primitive Man in the Somme Valley.Geological investigations and their results.
185385: ---. - Afghanistan
184557: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.78. FEATURING: Steam and Water Wheel; Chlorine; n a Modification of Dr. Brewster's Protractor, by Mr. Davis, etc.
184558: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.79. FEATURING: Spencer's Patent Forge; Beetroot Sugar; Railways; Combination Lock Security, etc.
184559: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.80. FEATURING: Dr. John's Apparatus for Decomposing Potassium; Equalization of Weights an Measures; Flavouring Brandy; Fire Damp, the Davy Ventilation, etc.
184560: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.81. FEATURING: Boat With Wings, Invented by Mr. Dixon Vallance of Libberton, Scotland; Apparatus for Clearing Beer; Guard for a Key-Hole of a Lock; Steam Engine without Boiler, etc.
184561: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.82. FEATURING: Ivory Profile Portraits; Pressure of the Ocean; Square and Cube Roots; Mr. Jenning's Gas-Burner; Brown's Gas Engine, etc.
184562: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.83. FEATURING: Proposed Application of Human Strength to the Greatest Possible Advantage; Ramage's Telescope; Air and Water Engine, etc.
184563: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.84. FEATURING: New Tallow Lamp; Fallacy of Mr. Robert's Experiments on Railways; The Balance of Friction on Railways; The Prismatic Compass; High Price of Beer, etc.
184553: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.74. FEATURING: Sand Clock; To Improve Gunpowder for Blasting; Galvanism; Artificial Stone; Diagram of Primitive Colours by Charles Hayter, etc.
184554: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.75. FEATURING: Improvement on Hadley's Quadrant; Some Account of the Late M. Guinand, and of the Important Discovery Made by Him in the Manufacture of Flint Glass for Large Telescope
184555: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.76. FEATURING: Beckwith's Percussion Gun; Railways and the Universal Standard; Public Reading-Rooms and Libraries; Woolaston's Patent Night-Bolt, Coke-Damp, etc.
184556: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.77. FEATURING: Design for a Cottage; Improvement in Stage-Coaches; Self-Regulating Pendulum; New London Bridge; Naval Architecture. etc.
184549: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.69. FEATURING: Plan for a Triple Pump; Steam Navigation; Tunnelling; Art of Weaving, etc.
184550: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.71. FEATURING: Plan for Ascending Rapids in Rivers; Warming and Ventilation in Buildings; Railways, Continued; Oil and Coal Gas, etc.
184551: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.72. FEATURING: New Cycloidal Chuck; An Animal Clock; Railways, Continued; Mechanical Effect of Electricty; Sir Humphry Davy's Copper Sheathing, etc.
184552: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.73. FEATURING: Improved Potato-Washer; Gas Exposion; Memoir of Simpson, The Mathematician; East Indian Lapidary's Wheel; Natural Standard of Lineal Measure, etc.
184546: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.66. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint Continued; New Voltic-Mechanic Agent; On Wightman's Percussion Gun; Practical Geometry by T. S. Davis Continued.
184547: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.67. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint Continued; Steam Navigation; Portable Hand-Mill; Safety of the Dead. etc.
184548: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.68. FEATURING: Improvement on Brown's Pneumatic Engine; Bell's Invention for Saving Lives from Shipwreck; Napier's Bones, etc.
184541: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.61. FEATURING: Cameron's Soda Water Apparatus; Practical Geometry by T. S. Davis; Impregnating Fixed Oils with Essential Aramatic Oils, etc.
184542: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.62. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint; Chronometers; Pump Irons; Hints to Coal Pruchasers; London Yeast, etc.
184543: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.63. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint, Continued; Projectile and Gravitational Forces; Metropolitan Water-Clock Company; On the Construction of steam vessels, etc.
184544: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.64. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint, Continued; On the Verification of the Work in Extracting Roots; Mechanical Geometry, Continued, etc.
184545: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.65. FEATURING: Process of Coining at the Royal Mint Continued; Vallance's Cross-Cutting Saw; Durnal Motions of the Barometer; Practical Geometry Part II by T. S. Davis, etc.
184537: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.57. FEATURING: New Pit-Saw; Ideal of an Air Engine; The Art of Turning; Cheap Process for Making the Schweinfurt Green Dye; Ellington's Patent Lock, etc.
184538: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.58. FEATURING: Lord Worcester's Century of Inventions; Plan for the Speedy Extinction of Fires by Capt. Manby.
184539: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.59. FEATURING: Lord Worcester's Steam-Engine; Wool-Combing Steam Chest - Plan for a Pump Wanted; Poisonous Nature of African Timber; Remarks on The Idea of an Air Engine' etc.
184540: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.60. FEATURING: Yetts' Patent Apparatus for Securing Ships' Windlasses; American Capillary Steam Engine; Cast Iron Colonnades, etc.
184532: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.52. FEATURING: Descriptive History of the Steam-Engine Contined, by Robert Stuart; Devonshire Colic - How to Make Good Cider; Elgin Marbles, etc.
184533: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.53. FEATURING: Brown's Pneumatic Engine; Descriptive History of the Steam-Engine Continued by Robert Stuart; Plan for Extinguishing Fire at Sea; Another Magical Clock, etc.
184535: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.55. FEATURING: Wie Gauge; Suart's Descriptive History of the Steam-Engine; Cutting Hard Steel by Soft Iron, etc.
184536: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.56. FEATURING: The Largest Ship Ever Built [Columbus]; Mode of Constructing Mont-Golfier Balloons; Boat for Passing Up Rapids, etc.
184528: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.48. FEATURING: Statue of Mr. Watt; Jordan's Panmetron or Universal Measure; Improvements on Axles and Springs of Carriages; Improved Clocks; Advantages of Canals, etc.
184529: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.49. FEATURING: Improved Method of Warming and Ventilation; Light and Vision; Steam Engine Rules; Steam Soldering Machine; Preservation of Copper on Ships' Bottoms, etc.
184530: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.50. FEATURING: Mode of Sweeping Engine Chimneys; On the Corrosion of Copper Sheeting etc. by Sir Humphry Davy 9from the Phil. Trans for 1824 Part I); Coco-Nut Tree Wood, etc.
184531: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.51. FEATURING: Descriptive History of the Steam Engine by Robert Stuart; Drawing Circular Arcs and Ellipses by Nails; Land Steam Conveyance; Gunter's Line; French Polish etc.
184524: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.44 . FEATURING: Improvement on the Lathe; Monument to the Late James Watt; Parkes & Sons Smoke Consuming Apparatus; Pickering's Steam-Boiler etc.
184525: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.45. FEATURING: Carey's Improvement in Ship Building; Wynn's Improvement in Church and Turret Clocks; Clock Lamp. Ballooning; Dry Rot, etc.
184526: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.46. FEATURING: Steam-Soldering Machine; Light and Colours No. I. Refraction; Lock Security; Velocity of Soud by Dr. Olinthus Gregory; Baltimore Flour Mill, etc..
184527: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.47. FEATURING: Horizontal Cylinder and Piston; Water-proof Cloth; Silk-Twisting Machinery; The Panmetron or Universal Measure Invented by James Jordan.
184520: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.40 . FEATURING: Improved Family Oil-Gas Apparatus; Experiments on Light and Colours; Westmoreland Peasantry; Teeth of Wheels etc.
184521: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.41 . FEATURING: Description of a New Self-Regulating Lamp; Steam Artillery; Iron Ships; Prevention of Dry-Rot, Mr Lukin's Experiments; Iron and Steel etc.
184522: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.42 . FEATURING: Rise and Fall of the Barometer within the Tropics; Mechanical Geometry; Balloonong; Plan of an Improved Line of Subways by which a Smooth and Desirable Street etc.
184523: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.43 . FEATURING: Audible Sand Glass; Steam Navigation; Economy of High Pressure Steam; Balloonong; Steam Artillery; Shoemaking Machines etc.
184515: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.35. FEATURING: On the Preparation of Oak timber for Ship-Building; Enormous Tax on Tea; Improved Syringe for Watering Plants and for Extinguishing Fires in Houses;
184516: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.36. FEATURING: The Dove-Tail Joint; Mr Pickering in Vindication of His Steam-Engine Boiler; Standing Shoe-Making Machines; Kedging, or A New Mode of Sailing etc.
184517: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.37. FEATURING: Plan to prevent corrosion of the working parts of steam Engines; The shoe-makers' self-acting lamp; Jamieson's Carriage etc.
184518: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.38 . FEATURING: Carriage Wheels; Felling and Seasoning Oak Timer; The Cube-Root etc.
184519: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.39 . FEATURING: Improvements on Pickering's Steam Boiler; Air-Weighing Machine; Extraordinary Bed-Ridden Mechanic {James Sandy] An Innoxious Fuel; Stingless Bees etc.
184512: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.32. FEATURING: New Cross-Cutting Saw; Effects of Improvements in Machinery on the Working Classes; Adulteration of Flour; New Post-Bag Conveyance etc.
184513: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.33. FEATURING: Description of an Instrument for Securing Door and Other Locks; Isometrical Drawing by Prof. Farish; On Brickmaking by James Elmes; Effect of Music on Animals etc.
184514: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.34. FEATURING: Pedomotive Carriage; Dry-Rot in Timber; Self-Regulating Lamps; Music and Light; Account of the Odometer and the Inventor, Hohlfeld etc.
184506: ---. - Mechanics Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal and Gazette. Issue No.26. FEATURING Family Oil-Gas Apparatus, Mr George's Clock-Wakener and lighter, Curing of Herrings, Temporary Rudder for Ships in Distress, Steam Vessel Navigation, etc.

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