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Benjamin White (Publisher of the Natural History of Selborne)
White, Benjamin (I.)
B. White and son (London) Affiliation (see also from)
B. White and sons (London) Affiliation (see also from)
Elmsley, Peter (1736-1802))
Gale, Samuel (1747-1826))
Millar, Andrew (1707-1768))
Payne, Thomas (1752-1831))
Rivington, John (1720-1792))
Robson, James (1733-1806))
Whiston and White (London) Affiliation (see also from)
Whiston, John (1711-1780; Beziehung beruflich; see also from)
Whiston, John (1711-1780)
Whiston, John (co-author)
White, Benjamin (I, Londen)
White, Benjamin (libraire; co-author)
White, John (Beziehung familiaer; see also from)
British zoology... 4 th ed..
catalogue of a large and elegant collection of books, including the libraries of the late learned and rev. Dr. Hutchinson, editor of Xenophon ; the rev. Mr. Mudge, of Plymouth ; and several other curious libraries lately purchased... The sale will begin on tuesday, the 13th of February, 1770, and continue till all the books are sold, by Benjamin White, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London., A
catalogue of a large and valuable collection of books ; consisting of the libraries of several gentlemen lately deceased. The whole forming a great variety of the most capital and useful books in the ancient and modern languages ; and in every branch of literature... the books will begin to be sold on tuesday the 17th of February, 1778. By Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-Street, London., A
catalogue of a large and valuable collection of books in all languages, and in every branch of literature ; including the libraries of the following gentlemen deceased : Edmund Bott, esq. of Christ-church, Hamshire, Robert Adair, esq. inspector-general of all his majesty's military hospitals, &c. and the books in natural history of John Blake, esq. of Parliament-street... The sale will begin on tuesday, the 25th of January, 1791, by Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of a valuable and extensive collection of books, containing many rare and curious articles in the finest preservation and most splendid bindings ; also a large assortment in every branch of scientific and polite literature ; including the entire libraries of Francis William Skipwith, esq; late of Warwickshire, and of several other gentlemen deceased... The sale will begin on tuesday, February I, 1785, by Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of a valuable collection of books, 1766:, A
catalogue of a very large and valuable collection of books, including the libraries of the right rev. Edward Willes, D. D. lord bishop of Bath and Wells ; the rev. mr. Thomlinson, of Rochford in Essex ; the rev. Mr. Herring, of Chevening in Kent ; and the law-books of the hon[ora]ble Robert Harley, esq; of Lincoln's-Inn. Which will begin to be sold... by Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-street, London, on wednesday the 1st of February 1775, and continue till all the books are sold..., A
catalogue of an extensive and curious collection of books in every language, and class of literature ; containing two entire valuable libraries, and many costly articles of natural history ; with a good collection of law books... The sale will begin on monday, the 13th of February, 1792, by Benjamin White and sons, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of many thousand volumes lately purchased, including the valuable libraries of the rev. Tho. Maningham, D. D. and prebendary of Westminster ; Thomas Gordon, esquire... and Geo. C[he]selden, M. D. all lately deceased... which will be sold very cheap (the prices printed in the catalogue) on monday February 11, 1750-51, and continue till Midsummer next. By John Whiston, and Benjamin White, booksellers, at Mr. Boyle's Head in Fleetstreet..., A
catalogue of many thousand volumes of curious and valuable books in various languages, and in all arts and sciences, among which are the libraries of, sir Peter Gleane, Bart. / John Cheale, esq; Norroy King of Arms. / the rev. Thomas Fairfax, M. A. and a scotch person of distinction ; all lately purchased... which will be sold very cheap, (the prices printed in the catalogue) on thursday, jan. 23d, 1752. and continue selling till August. By John Whiston and Benj. White, booksellers in Fleetstreet..., A
catalogue of several libraries and parcels of books now on sale. Containing a very large and valuable assortment in every branch of literature, with many articles particularly elegant in the bindings... the sale will begin on tuesday, August 6, 1782, by Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-Street, London., A
catalogue of several valuable collections of books, lately purchased ; including the libraries of Dr. Thomas Lawrence, late of Essex-street, deceased ; and Mr. John Waring, late surgeon of St.Thomas's hospital, and F. S. A... The sale will begin on tuesday, August, 5, 1783. By Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of several valuable libraries, lately purchased, including the books of natural history, philosophy, and physick, of M. Maty, M. D. F. R. S. late principal librarian of the British Museum, and secretary to the Royal Society. The whole forming a capital collection of books in every branch of literature... The books will begin to be sold on thursday the 7th of August, 1777. By Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-street, London., A
catalogue of several valuable libraries, lately purchased ; particularly of the following gentlemen deceased, the rev. Mr. Lye, author of the Saxon dictionary, the rev. Mr. Delafaye, of Canterbury, and of Thomas King, esq; of Farnham in Surry. The whole forming a large and curious collection of books, in most languages, ancient and modern, and in every branch of literature... Which will begin selling in February, 1773... by Benjamin White, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-street, London., A
catalogue of several valuable libraries lately purchased ; which together comprise a great variety of the most curious books in all branches of literature... The books will begin to be sold on monday the 26th of February, 1776. By Benjamin White, bookseller, at Horace's Head, in Fleet-street, London., A
catalogue of the entire library of the rev. Ellis Jones, M. A. late of christ. church, Oxford, and vicar of Staverton, Northamptonshire. And of several other valuable collections of books ; the whole forming a curious assortment in every branch of literature, and containing many articles in superb bindings... The sale will begin on wednesday, February I, 1786. By Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of the genuine library of the late sir Richard Jebb, bart. F. R. S. physician in ordinary to his majesty ; and of several other valuable collections of books, lately purchased : among them are the following curious and costly article... The sale will begin on friday, February I, 1788, by Benjamin White, and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of the library of the rev. John Bowle, M.A.F.S.A. late of Idmiston, near Salisbury, and editor of Don Quixote in spanish, with notes and various readings : with several other collections, containing the most valuable books in every language and class of learning... The sale will begin on tuesday, January 19, 1790. By Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
catalogue of the valuable libraries of the late Chester Moor Hall, of Sutton-Hall, in Essex, esq ; the rev. Mr. Thomas Clarke, esq, rector of Kirbly-Heaton, and master of the school at Wakefield, in Yorkshire. And of several other curious parcels of books lately purchased, particularly a large collection of the best law books... the sale begins in February, 1772. By Benjamin White, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London., A
Collection de différents traités sur des instruments d'astronomie, physique, etc
Eduardi Luidii apud Oxonienses cimeliarchæ Ashmoleani Lithophylacii Britannici ichnographia. Sive Lapidum aliorumque fossilium Britannicorum singulari figura insignium, quotquot hactenus vel ipse invenit vel ab amicis accepit, distributio classica : scrinii sui lapidarii repertorium cum locis singulorum natalibus exhibens. Additis rariorum aliquot figuris ære incisis : novis quorundam speciminum iconibus aucta. Subjicitur authoris prælectio de stellis marinis &c.
Essay IV.on the nature and principles of public credit. Containing observations on the system of redemption laid down in the late act of Parliament; and on the means of preserving the sinking fund in its proper line of service: together with a brief account of the rise, progress, and present state, of the public debts. To which is added, an Appendix. Containing tables of the comparative values of annuity stocks bearing different rates of interest; with their explanation, and use.
essay on the nature and cure of the (so called) worm-fever, An : By Samuel Musgrave, M.D. Fellow of the Royal Society, And Corresponding Member of the Academy of Belles Letters at Paris.
essay towards illustrating the ancient history of the Britannic Isles; containing an explanation of the names Belgæ, Scythæ, Celtæ, Britanni, Albanich, Eirinnich, Caledonii, Siluri, &c. &c. Intended as a preface to a work entitled, A vindication of the ancient history of Ireland. By C. V., An
Essays in natural history and philosophy. Containing a series of discoveries
Fables ancient and modern; translated into verse, from Homer, Ovid, Boccace, and Chaucer : with original poems
gardeners kalendar; directing what works are necessary to be performed every month in the kitchen, fruit, and pleasure-gardens, as also in the conservatory and nursery, The : The fifteenth edition : A short introduction to the science of botany
" Genera vermium " of Linnaeus Part 2nd exemplified by various specimens of the animals containd in the orders of the intestina et mollusca Linnaei, drawn from nature by J. Barbut. The genera vermium of Linaeus part 2d Exemplified by several of the rarest and most elegant subject in the ordres of the testaca, lithophyta and zoophyta animalia, acurately drawn from nature by James Barbut. With explanation in english and french., The
Gulstonian lectures : read at the College of Physicians February 15, 16, and 17; by Samuel Musgrave, M. D. Fellow of the College, and of the Royal Society: Containing three lectures, I. On the dyspnoea. II. On the pleurisy and peripneumony. III. On the pulmonary consumption.
Histoire naturelle de la Caroline, de la Floride, et des isles de Bahama...
Historia del famoso cavallero, Don Quixote de la Mancha. Por Miguel de Cervantes Savedra. Primera parte... [-Segunda parte...].
historical account of the Virgin Islands, in the West Indies, An : from their being settled by the English near a century past, to their obtaining a legislature of their own in the year 1773, and the lawless state in which His Majesty's subjects in those islands have remained since that time, to the present
medical works of Richard Mead, m. d. physician to his late Majesty king George II. fellow of the royal colleges of physicians at London and Edinburgh, and of the royal society.., The
method of fluxions applied to a select number of useful problems, The : together with the demonstration of Mr. Cotes's forms of fluents in the second part of his Logometria ; the analysis of the problems in his Scholium generale ; and an explanation of the principal propositions of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy. By Nicholas Saunderson... Illustrated with twelve copper plates..
natural history of Carolina, Florida, and the Bahama Islands, The : containing the figures of birds, beasts, fishes, serpents, insects, and plants : a new and correct map of the countries ; with observations on their natural state, inhabitants, and productions
new catalogue of books, for the year 1787 : including the entire libraries of Joshua Steele, esq. and of the rev. Edward Aubery, late of Wadram College, Oxford, and rector of West-Camel, Somerset, deceased ; and several other valuable collections lately purchased... The sale will begin on thursday, February I, 1787. By Benjamin White and son, booksellers, at Horace's head, in Fleet-street, London..., A
New system, or an Analysis of ancient mythology, A : wherein an attempt is made to divest tradition of fable ; and to reduce the truth to its original purity ... Vol. III. By Jacob Bryant.
One hundred and twenty copper plates of English moths and butterflies, representing their changes into the caterpillar, chrysalis, and fly states, and the plants, flowers, and fruits, whereon they feed. Coloured with great exactness from the subjects themselves. With a natural history of the moths and butterflies, describing the method of managing, preserving, and feeding them. By Benjamin Wilkes.
origin and progress of writing, as well hieroglyphic as elementary, illustrated by engravings taken from marbles, manuscripts and charters, ancient and modern, also some account of the origin and progress of printing., The
Relation ou Notice des derniers jours de mons. Jean Jacques Rousseau : par mons. Le Begue du Presle, docteur en medecine de la faculté de Paris, & censeur royal. Avec une addition relative au meme sujet ; par J. H. de Magellan, gentil-homme portugais, membre de la Societé royale de Londres, de l'Academie royale de Madrid, & correspondant l'Academie royale des sciences de Paris..
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
Speculations and conjectures on the qualities of the nerves by Samuel Musgrave ....
Supplement to A new and general biographical dictionary, 1767:
treatise on the disorders and deformities of the teeth and gums, A : explaining the most rational methods of treating their diseases. Illustrated with cases and experiments. By Thomas Berdmore, Member of the Surgeons Company, and Dentist in Ordinary to his Majesty. A new edition with additions..