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2. The danger of neglecting the great sacrifice. A sermon, preached at the Assizes at Cambridge, August 22, 1797. By the Rev. Charles Simeon, M.A. Fellow of King's College, Cambridge

9. Days of chivalry A romance. ...

26. The debates at the East India House At two general courts, held on Thursday the 29th. of June, & Tuesday the 11th. of July, 1797 for the purpose of further considering a bill for regulating the trade to be carried on with India, by the ships nations at amity with His Majesty; and also on the Madras and Bombay judicature bill. Reported by William Woodfall

27. The debates at the East India House, at two general courts, held on Wednesday the 21st. & Tuesday the 27th. of June, 1797 For the purpose of considering a bill for regulating the trade to be carried on with India, by the ships of nations at amity with His Majesty; and also on the Madrass and Bengal judicature bills. Reported by William Woodfall

29. Debates of the House of Lords, on the evidence delivered in the trial of Warren Hastings, Esquire proceedings of the East India Company in consequence of his acquittal, and testimonials of the British and native inhabitants of India, relative to his character and conduct whilst he was Governor General of Fort William in Bengal

30. The deceitfulness of pleasure; or, some account of my Lady Blithe

37. Dedicated, by permission, to His Majesty. Mr. Alderm. Boydell, and Mr. Jos. Boydell, propose to publish by subscription, the picturesque views and scenery of the Thames and the Severn, the Forth and the Clyde. From their sources to the sea; drawn by J. Farington, R.A. and intended to illustrate an original history of those rivers, including all that adorns, dignifies, or enriches, them and their vicinities; whether of art or nature

41. A defence of the constitutions of government of the United States of America against the attack of M. Turgot in his letter to Dr. Price, dated the twenty-second day of March, 1778. By John Adams, LL.D. president of the United States. [One line from Pope] In three volumes. Vol. I [-III].

44. A defence of the Old Testament in a series of letters addressed to Thomas Paine, author of a book entitled, The age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and fabulous theology. By David Levi, author of Letters to Dr. Priestley, in answer to his to the Jews, &c. &c. &c. [Two lines of Scripture texts].

45. A defence of the people denominated Methodists, : ¿b being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster Forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question: "Ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts, and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind?" / ¿c By J.H. Prince ... Ý.

46. A defence of the people denominated Methodists, being the substance of an oration, delivered at the Westminster forum, on Monday evening, the 24th of April, 1797, on the discussion of the following question: "Ought the people denominated Methodists, to be considered as artful hypocrites, gloomy enthusiasts, and contracted bigots, or men of genuine piety, who have revived the great work of religion among mankind?" By J. H. Prince

65. Description and use of the pocket case of mathematical instruments Wherein are particularly explained the nature and use of all the lines contained on the plain scale, the sector, the gunter, and proportional compasses: also their practical application, exemplified in a variety of mathematical problems; the whole illustrated with copper-plate figures, By B. Martin. A new edition, with corrections, &c. &c. By William Jones, mathematical instrument maker

68. Description of a plantation, situated at Petit St. Louis, near Port-de-Paix, in the northern part of Hispaniola with all the buildings, belonging to the same and necessary to carry on the cultivation of such plantation : now offered to be exchanged, by J.B. & L. Samoual, proprietors, for goods, principally East-India, and partly public papers on St. Domingo, properly certified and signed by the public functionaries, and approved by the general in chief, Toussaint

79. A description of the university, town, and county of Cambridge : containing an account of the colleges, churches, and public buildings, their founders, benefactors, eminent men, libraries, pictures and curiosities : a list of the heads of colleges, professors, university officers, annual prizes, college livings, terms, and other useful tables : a description of the seats, rivers, &c. in the county, with a list of members, militia officers, and quarter sessions: directions concerning the posts, roads, stage coaches, waggons, &c. to and from Cambridge : illustrated with neat views of the public buildings

80. Description topographique, physique, civile, politique et historique de la partie française de l'isle Saint-Domingue : avec des observations générales sur la population, sur le caractère & les moeurs de ses divers habitans, sur son climat, sa culture, ses productions, son administration, &c. &c.

81. Description topographique, physique, civile, politique et historique de la partie francaise de l'isle Saint-Domingue Avec des observations généales sur sa population, sur le caractère & les moeurs de ses divers habitans; sur son climat, sa culture ses productions, son administration, &c. &c. Accompagnées des détails les plus propres à faire connaître l'état de cette colonie à l'époque du 18 Octobre 1789; et d'une nouvelle carte de la totalité de l'isle. Par M.L.E. Moreau de Saint-Méry. Tome premier[-second]. Comprenant, outre les objets généraux, la description des vingt & une Paroisses de la partie du nord & de l'Isle la Tortue. [One line of quotation].

82. Description topographique, physique, civile, politique et historique de la partie française de l'isle Saint-Domingue avec des observations générales sur sa population, sur le caractère & les moeurs de ses divers habitans, sur son climat, sa culture, ses productions, son administration, &c. &c. : accompagnées des détails les plus propres à faire connaître l'état de cette colonie à l'époque du 18 Octobre 1789 : et d'une nouvelle carte de la totalité de l'isle

89. A dialogue between a blind man and death