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We have found 10 book/s in category Miscellaneous - C18th

Author Title Price Purchase
(GOLDSMITH, Oliver Editor). (LADY'S MAGAZINE. Or polite companion for the fair sex. Vols IV & V). £ 100.00

(London. J. Wilkie). (1763). pp. 273 -377; 278 -556; 545 -592; 585 - 728. 1 plate only. 8vo. Full calf, later spine rubbed. Lacks pp 357 - 360; 395 - 400; 405/406; 549/550; 673/674; & 721/722. Contains all issues for 1763 but no title page. The pagination is odd. ESTC P3407

Reference: 104540


(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

CHAPMAN, Edmund. A TREATISE ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF MIDWIFERY; chiefly with regard to the Operation. To which are Added, Fifty-seven Cases, selected from upwards of Twenty-seven Years Practice. The Third Edition; with Large Additions. £ 180.00

London. L. David & C. Reymers. 1769. pp. (ii), 264. 2 plates with 3 figures. 8vo. Full calf, new spine and endpapers. A very good copy.

Reference: 70190

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

FENTON, Elijah. THE POETICAL WORKS OF ELIJAH FENTON. With the Life of the Author. £ 25.00

Edinburgh. The Apollo Press. 1779. pp.168. Engraved title, stained. 12mo. Full calf, hinges cracked but firm. Bell's Edition The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill. With the bookplate of James Urmston. ESTC T139891

Reference: 9379

HERVEY, Baron John. MISCELLANEOUS THOUGHTS on the Present Posture both of our Foreign and Domestic Affairs. Humbly offer'd to the Consideration of the Parliament and the People. £ 150.00

London. J. Roberts. 1742. pp. 80. 8vo. Stitched as issued. 1st edition. Title, last leaf and edges dusty, internally clean. ESTC T39435

Reference: 111270

LYTTELTON, George Lord. THE POETICAL WORKS containing Miscellanies, Epistles, Songs, Epitaphs, Inscriptions, Imitations etc, etc, etc. £ 40.00

Edinburgh. The Apollo Press. 1781. pp. 124. Frontis, engraved title. Additional title page.12mo. Contemporary marble wrapper (original?), remains of spine label. Bell's Edition The Poets of Great Britain Complete from Chaucer to Churchill. ESTC T139865

Reference: 7594

PRICE, Uvedale. A LETTER TO H. REPTON. ESQ on the application of the practice as well as the principle of Landscape-Painting to Landscape-Gardening: intended as A Supplement to the Essay on the Picturesque. To which is prefixed, Mr Repton's Letter to Mr Price. £ 350.00

London. J. Robson. 1795. pp. xii, 163, errata. 8vo. Full calf, spine skilfuly relaid. Minor foxing especially on the endpapers. 1st edition.

Reference: 96112

VALOIS, Jane de St. Remy de. THE LIFE OF JANE DE S. REMY DE VALOIS, heretofore Countess de la Motte. £ 300.00

Containing A Circumstantial and exact Detail of the many extraordinary Events which have attended this unfortunate Lady from her Birthm and contributed to raise her to the Dignity of Confidant and Favorite of the Queen of France. Some farther Particulars relative to the mysterious Transaction of The Diamond Necklace. Her Trial, Condemnation, and Imprisonment in the Salpetriere; her almost miraculous Escape from thence: with many curious and interesting Particulars of her Journey through several Provinces of France, under different Disguises. Also An Address to the National Assembly, supplicating a new trial. Written by Herself. London. J. Bew. 1791. 2 vols. pp. xvi, 451; (iv), 424, 63 of appendix. Frontis - Vol I; 2 plates in Vol II. Original boards, later cloth spines. Very slight, faint damp stains in foredge margin of Vol I. ESTC T142583

Reference: 72306

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