|results||search [or]||| 1 hits|
0000 0000 4811 5668
Longman, Thomas (I)
Thomas Longman (English publisher)
Hitch, Charles (170.?-1764))
Innys, William (16..-17.. libraire)
Osborn, John (17..-1775)
Rivington, John (1720-1792))
Shewell, Thomas (actiu 1744-1748)
All the histories and novels written by the late ingenious Mrs. Behn, intire in two volumes. Published by Mr. Charles Gildon. The ninth edition, corrected...
appendix to the fourth edition of the anatomy of the human body, An : Printed separately for the use of those who have the former editions. By W. Cheselden, surgeon to Her Majesty, F.R.S. and surgeon to St. Thomas's-Hospital.
attempt towards a natural history of the fossils of England, An ; in a catalogue of the English fossils in the collection of J. Woodward, M.D. Containing a description and historical account of each ; with observations and experiments, made in order to discover, as well the origin and nature of them, as their medicinal, mechanical, and other uses. Part I. [-Part II.] Tome I. [-Tome II.].
clergyman's companion in visiting the sick. Being a collection of the following particulars for that purpose; ... To which are annex'd. The offices of publick and private baptism. The 5th ed., improv'd and corrected.., The
Collection of astronomical tables
collection of tracts, relating to the right of private judgment, A : the sufficiency of scripture, and the terms of church-communion; upon Christian principles: occasion'd by the late Trinitarian controversy. And now revised and published all together; with a preface: by the author, Thomas Morgan.
dictionary of the English language, A : in which the words are deduced from their originals and illustrated in their different significations by examples from the best writers. To which are prefixed a history of the language and an English grammar
essay on the nature and conduct of the passions and affections, An
Grecian history, from the earliest state to the death of Alexander the Great. By Dr. Goldsmith. Vol. I. [-II.]., The
history of Ireland from the invasion of Henry II, The
Institutiones et experimenta chemiae.
Introduction to natural philosophy, or Philosophical lectures read in the University of Oxford, anno dom. 1700, An : to which are added the demonstrations of Monsieur Huygens's theorems concerning the centrifugal force and circular motion
Mathematical elements of natural philosophy, confirm'd by experiments: or, an introduction to Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy. Written in Latin by the late W. James 's Gravesande, LL.D. professsor of mathematicks at Leyden, and F. R. S. Translated into english by the late J. T. Desaguliers, LL.D. F.R.S. And published by his son J. T. Desaguliers. The sixth edition greatly improved by the author, and illustrated with 127 copper plates all new engraven. In two volumes. Vol. I (-II).
new method of chemistry, A : including the history, theory, and practice of the art translated from the original Latin of Dr. Boerhaave's Elementa chemiæ, as published by himself. To which are added, notes; and an appendix, showing the necessity and utility of enlarging the bounds of chemistry. With sculptures. By Peter Shaw, M.D. The second edition..
P. Ovidii Nasonis Opera tribus tomis comprehensa.
Pharmacopoeia collegii regalis medicorum Londinensis
Physices elementa mathematica, experimentis confirmata.
plan of a dictionary of the English language; addressed to the Right Honourable Philip Dormer, Earl of Chesterfield., The
Present state of Europe, explaining the interests, connections, political and commercial views of its several powers, The : comprehending also a clear concise history of each country so far as to shew the nature of their present constitutions
Recueil de tables astronomiques
religion of nature delineated., The
revolutions of Persia: containing the reign of Shah Sultan Hussein; the invasion of the Afghans and the reigns of Sultan Mir Maghmud and his successor Sultan Ashreef; with the history of the celebrated usurper Nadir Kouli, from his birth in 1687, 'til his death in 1747; and some particulars of the unfortunate reign of his successor Adil Shah. To which is prefixed; a chronological abridgment of the Persian monarchy from its first foundation. The second edition, revised and corrected. Vol. II. By Jonas Hanway, merchant, The
Ronguman shi daini puraima hitoriannai.
Rongumansu infanto rīdoru hitoriannai
Rongumansu shi daisan dokuhon
rule of faith. Or, an answer to the treatise of Mr. J. S. entitled, Sure-footing, &c. By the grace John late lord archbishop of Canterbury. The twelfth edition corrected., The
Seisoku rongumansu daiichi puraimā dokugaku jizai
treatise of all sorts of foods, both animal and vegetable, also of drinkables, A : giving and account how to chuse the best sort of all kinds, of the good and bad effects they produce, the principles they abound with, the time, age and constitution they ara adapted to : wherein their nature and use is explain'd according to the sentiments of the most eminent physicians and naturalists ancient and modern : the whole divided into one hundred seventy-six chapters, with remarks upon each
works of the most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson, late lord archbishop of Canterbury. Volume the second [-third]. Containing... published from the originals by Ralph Barker, D.D. chaplain to his Grace... The fourth edition.., The