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We have found 7 book/s in category Miscellaneous - C18th

       
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(ANDREE, John). AN ACCOUNT OF THE TILBURY WATER. £ 175.00

London. M. Jenour. 1737. pp. (iv), 38, blank leaf. 8vo. Disbound. 1st edition. John Andree was a physician. He is best known for his connection with the London Hospital, originally the London Infirmary. He was the first, and for some time, the only physician. He resigned this office in 1764.

Reference: 7999

 
ANON. A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY OF PERCIVAL. £ 60.00

(London?). (1738?). pp. 32. 16mo. Drop head title. Later blind stamped full calf. A nice little thing. ESTC T113840.

Reference: 103200

 
ANON. THE DYING SPEECHES AND BEHAVIOUR OF THE SEVERAL STATE PRISONERS THAT HAVE BEEN EXECUTED THE LAST 300 YEARS. With Their Several Characters from the best Historians, as Cambden, Spotswood, Clarendon, Sprat, Burnet etc. And A Table shewing how the respective Sentences were Executed, and which of them were Mitigated, or Pardon'd. Being a proper Supplement to the State-Tryals. £ 350.00

London. J. Brotherton and W. Meadows; F. Clay; C. Rivington; & J. Graves. 1720. pp. (xx), 495, (i) of ads, include additional pp 483* - 486*. 8vo. Full contemporary calf somewhat rubbed, Hinges showing signs of cracking. Text block edges beginning to brown. A good copy. ESTC T11590

Reference: 13983

 
EYRE, Henry. AN ACCOUNT OF THE MINERAL WATERS OF SPA, commonly called the German Spaw: being a Collection of Observations from the most Eminent Authors who have wrote on that Subject. £ 340.00

London. J. Roberts. 1733. pp.xi, 36. Frontis, 3 plates (the frontis & 2 of the plates are folded).12mo. Quarter cloth, contemporary style boards. from the library of Eric Quayle with his bookplate. Henry Eyre is billed as Purveyor for Mineral Waters to Her Majesty.

Reference: 7005

 
GOLBORNE, John. THE REPORT OF JOHN GOLBOURNE, Engineer, concerning The Drainage of the North Level of the Fens, and the Outfal of the Wisbeach River. £ 65.00

N.P. (1769). pp.11. Map, folded. 4to Wrappers.

Reference: 78360

 
GROSE, Francis. MILITARY ANTIQUITIES respecrting A History of the English Army from the Conquest to the Present Time. £ 700.00

London. S. Hooper. 1786 - 1788. 2 vols. pp. iii - vi, 434; 352, 40, 40, vi, (viii), (ii). 2 engraved titles, 2 frontis's, 78 plates, mostly with tissue guards. 4to. Full calf, spines relaid with 2 labels each. Some foxing and off setting of some of the plates. Lacking the printed titles. With the bookseller, Frank Murray of Derby's, ticket and with a bookplate stating 'From the Library of H.R.H. the Late Duke of Cambridge December 1904'. This Duke of Cambridge was the grandson of George III. A good copy. ESTC T83275

Reference: 89966

 
SMEATON, john. THE REPORT OF JOHN SMEATON, Engineer, concerning The Drainage of the North Level of the Fens, and The Outfall of the Wisbech River. £ 45.00

N.P. (1768). pp. 24. A Chart, folded. (A chain & scale of the levels along Wisbeach River from Peterborough Bridge down to the Eye at Sea). 4to. Wrapper. Without map.

Reference: 2416798

 
 
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