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1720, D. A Biographical Peerage of the Empire of Great Britain and Ireland : containing Memoirs and Characters of the most celebrated persons of each Family. With the Arms engraved on Wood. 4 vols. London, 1808-1817.

1436, D. The Royal Kalendar, and Court and City Register for 1758, 1775, 1807 and 1818. 4 vols. London.

1204, O. The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1815. Edinburgh, 1817. 1274, O. Domesday Book. London.

1431, D. A Description of England and Wales. Containing a particular account of each County, with its Antiquities, Curiosities, Climate, Rivers, Fossils, Agriculture, Cities, &c. and the Lives of its Illustrious Men, &c. 240 Plates, &c.

10 vols. London, 1775.

730, Q. A Chronicle of London, from 1089 to 1483; written in the fifteenth century; to which are added, numerous contemporary illustrations. London, 1827.

1041, Q. The Microcosm of London; or, London in Miniature. 3 vols. London, 1808-1810.

1848, D. 2. Historical Description of Westminster-Abbey, its Monuments, Curiosities, &c. London, 1761.

1848, D. 3. Historical Description of the Tower of London, and its Curiosities, &c. London, 1764.

1848, D. 4. Dimensions and Curiosities of St. Paul's Cathedral. London, 1761.

1908, O. 5. Historical Account of making New Forest in Hampshire. London, 1757.

868, Q. 3. Considerations touching the late Treaty for a Peace, held at Uxbridge, 1645. London, 1645.

M.

868, Q. 4. England's Confusion; or, a true and impartial Relation of the late Traverses of State, in England; with the Counsels leading thereto. Together with a description of the present power ruling there by the name of a Parliament, under the mask of the Good Old Cause. London, 1659. M.

868, Q. 5. The True Informer, who in the following Discours, or Colloquy, discovereth unto the World the chiefe causes of the sad Distempers in Great Brittany and Ireland. Deduced from their originals. Oxford, 1643. M.

843, 1. & 868, Q. 6. The Copie of a Letter sent out of England to an Ambassadour in France, for the King of Spaine, declaring the State of England contrary to the opinion of Don Bernardin, and of all his partizans, Spaniards and others. London, 1641. M.

317, F. 10. The spirit of Popery speaking out of the mouths of phanatical Protestants; or the last speeches of John Kid and John King, who were executed for high treason, at Edinburgh, August 14, 1679; with a narrative of the murder of James Archbishop of St. Andrews, &c. London, 1680. L.

554, O. 1. Solomon against Welton; or, a defence of the resistance made to the late king James by the church of England, at the revolution in 1688. London. L.

554, 2082, 2087, O. 6. & 1922, D. 7. The impartial secret history of Arlus Fortunatus and Odolphus, ministers of state to the Empress of Grand Insvla. London, 1710.

L.

2081, O. 3. Comparison between the Addresses to King James & Queen Ann. London, 1710.

2082, O. 3. Priestcraft in Perfection. London, 1710.

2082, O. 4. Tom Bogg's Letter to the Canon of Windsor. London, 1710. 2082, O. 5. A Letter to the Examiner. London, 1710.

2082, O. 6. Letter to Monsieur Petticum. London, 1710.
2082, O. 7. Answer to the Whigs' 19 Queries. London, 1710.
2082, O. 9. Reasons against the Pretender. London, 1710.
2082, O. 10. Now or Never. London, 1710.

2082, O. 12. Proceedings in Parliament, about occasional conformity. London, 1710.

2083, O. 2. True English Revolutionist. London, 1710.

2083, O. 3. Account of the death of Tom Whigg. London, 1710. 2083, O. 4. Animadversions on Dr. West's Sermons. London, 1710. 2083, O. 5. Judgment of King James and King Charles I. about resistance. London, 1710.

London, 1710.

Mr. Le Clerc's account of Clarendon's History. London, 1710.
Seldom Comes a Better. London, 1710.
London, 1710.

Essay on Public Credit.

2083, O. 6. A Letter from St. Germains. London, 1710.
2083, O. 7. The reasons of the absenting clergy. London, 1710.
2084, O. 1. Caveat against the Whigs. London, 1701.
2084, O. 2. Plunder and Bribery Discovered. London, 1710.
2084, O. 3. A letter concerning a printed memorial.
2086, O. 2.
2086, O. 3.
2086, O. 4.
2086, O. 5.
2086, O. 6.
2087, O. 3.
2087, O. 4. The Roasting of a Parson. London, 1710.
2087, O. 5. Supplement to faults on both sides. London, 1710.
2087, O. 6. Sir Thomas Double. London, 1710.
2087, O. 8. Remarks on the London Clergy's Address.
2088, O. 2. Letters from Scotland, about the Clergy.
2088, O. 3. Letter to a member of the October Club.
2088, O. 4. Management of the War to a tory member. London, 1711.
2088, O. 5. Report of Committee on Public Accounts. London, 1711.

Divine Right of the Nation Vindicated. London, 1710.
The fears of all true Britons.
Letter Concerning Allegiance.

London, 1710.

London, 1710.

2087, 7. & 2089, O. 1. Letter to Sir J-B. concerning the late minehead doctrine. London, 1711.

London, 1710.
London, 1711.
London, 1711.

2089, O. 2. New Journey to Paris. London, 1711.

2089, O. 3. An Essay on the History of Parties, and Persecution. London, 1710.

2089, O. 4. Observations on the birth of the Prince of Wales.

2089, O. 5. Remarks on London Clergy's Address to the Queen. 1711.

London, 1711.
London,

2090, O. 1. Memorials on both sides from 1687. London, 1711.
2090, O. 2. The Quaker's Sermon. London, 1711.

2090, O. 3. Remarks on the negotiations of peace. London, 1711.
2090, O. 4. The old French way of managing Treaties. London, 1711.
2090, O. 5. Obligations of Holland to Great Britain. London, 1711.
2090, O. 3 & 8. A vindication of the present ministry. London, 1710.
2091, O. 1. Sacheverell against Sacheverell. London, 1711.
2091, O. 2. Character of T. E. W. London, 1711.

2091, O. 3. History of the October Club. London, 1711.

2091, O. 4. Parliamentary right to the crown asserted. London, 1711. 2091, O. 5. Essay on Loans. London, 1711.

2091, O. 6. Old Stories which were the forerunners of the Revolution. London, 1711.

2091, O. 7. The Gertrydenburgh Treaty. 1922, D. 5. Answer to Facts on both sides.

London, 1711.

London, 1711.

1922, D. 6. Character and principles of the principal Whigs, 1711.

554, O. 10. The balance of Europe; or, an enquiry into the respective dangers of giving the Spanish monarchy to the Emperor as well as to King Philip. London, 1711. E.

554, O. 2. Reasons why this nation ought to put a speedy end to this expensive war. Second edition. London, 1711. L.

554, O. 3. The history of ingratitude; or a second part of ancient prece

dents for modern facts. In answer to a letter from a noble lord. London, 1712. L.

554, O. 9. All at stake-Hanover or Perkin; in a letter to a country clergyLondon, 1712. L.

man.

2027, O. 3. The character of a Popish Successor.

London, 1712.

2027, O. 4. The French King's promises to the pretender. London, 1712. 2027, O. 7. The British Academy. London, 1712. 2027, O. 12. The Ancient Amity Restored. London, 1712. 2087, O. 1. Proposals for printing the Art of Political Lying. 1712.

Project for the Peace of Europe. London, 1712.
Comment on Tom Thumb. London, 1712.

2092, O. 1. The Gertrydenburgh Negotiation. London, 1712.
2092, O. 2. Conduct of Parties. London, 1712.
2092, O. 3. French Plenipotentiary's Letter. London, 1712.
2092, O. 4. Peace or Poverty. London, 1712.

2092, O. 5. Proceedings of Parliament. London, 1712.
2093, O. 1. No Queen or no General. London, 1712.
2093, O. 2. Conduct of the Allies. London, 1712.
2093, O. 3. Plain English. London, 1712.
2093, O. 4. Tory Annals. London, 1712.
2093, O. 5.
2093, O. 6.
2094, O. 2.
2094, O. 3.
2094, O. 4.
2094, O. 5. No Punishment no Government. London, 1712.

Remarks on the Barrier Treaty. London, 1712.
The Dutch Barrier ours. London, 1712.
Sense of Parliament about Dissenters.

2094, O. 6. Letter from a Tory. London, 1712.

2094, 7. & 2095, O. 5. The Representation of the Loyal Subjects of Albania. London, 1712.

2094, O. 8. Scrutiny of Broad Street Ward.
2094, O. 9. Vindication of Oliver Cromwell.
2094, O. 10. Oliver's Pocket Looking Glass.
2094, O. 11. Tunbridge Miscellany. London, 1712.
2094, O. 12. Mohock's Catechism. London, 1712.

London, 1712.
London, 1712.

London, 1712.

2097, O. 2. Toby's Character of Mr. Steele. London, 1713.

2097, O. 3. Letter to the Bailiff of Stockbridge. London, 1713.

2097, O. 4. Importance of Dunkirk. London, 1713.

2097, O. 5. Dunkirk or Dover.

London, 1713.

London,

2095, O. 1. Fable of the Oak and her three Provinces. London, 1712.

2095, O. 2. Law is a Bottomless Pit. London, 1712.

London, 1712.

2095, O. 3. St. Albans' Ghost. London, 1712. 2095, O. 4. Key to, Law is a Bottomless Pit. London, 1712. 2096, O. 3. Letter about Duke Hamilton. London, 1712. 2096, O. 4. Observations on Baron de Bothmar's Memorial. 2096, O. 5. Certain Information of Certain Discourses. London, 1712. 2096, O. 6. Letter of Thanks to the Bishop of St. Asaph. London, 1712. 2096, O. 7. A new way of selling places at Court. London, 1712. 2096, O. 8. Justice of a War with Holland. London, 1712.

1922, D. 2. Necessity of Queen Anne displacing the Duke of Marlborough. London, 1712.

2027 & 2097, O. I. The Dutch better friends than the French. London, 1713.

2097, O. 6. The Treaty of Commerce with France, London, 1713.
2097, O. 7. Parliament Rejecting the Treaty. London, 1713.
2097, O. 8. Remarks on a Letter to a Member.

London, 1713.

2098, O. 1. Reasons against the Hanover Succession. London, 1713.
2098, O. 2. Neck or Nothing.
2098, O. 3. Groans of Europe.

London, 1713.
London, 1713.

2098, O. 4. Short History of the Parliament. London, 1713.
Faults on both Sides. London, 1713.

2099, O. 1.
2099, O. 2. Remarks on the "State of the Nation." London, 1713.
2099, O. 3. Mr. Molesworth's Preface. London, 1713.
2100, O. 2. Memoirs of Count Tariff. London, 1713.

2101, O. 1. Misosarum's Preface to the Bishop's Introduction. London, 1713.

2101, O. 2. Reasons for demolishing Dunkirk. London, 1713.

2101, O. 3. Letter, relating to the Bill on Commerce.
2101, O. 4. List of the Parliament. London, 1713.
2101, O. 6. Cameronian Whigs no Patriots. London, 1713.
2101, O. 7. Letter from a Whig to R. Steele. London, 1713.
2101, O. 8. John Bull's Family. London, 1713.

1922, D. 1. Account of Parson Paul and Justice Hall-hanged 1713, for Rebellion. London, 1713.

2027, O. 5. The False Steps of the Ministry after the Revolution. London, 1714.

London, 1713.

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2027, O. 6. Peace without Union. London, 1714.

2027, O. 8. A Letter to the Examiner. London, 1714.

2027, O. 10. A Letter on the Commerce with France. London, 1713. 2027, O. 13. The Assiento Contract Considered. London, 1714.

2027, O. 14. The Lord Bishop of Salisbury's new Preface considered. London, 1714.

2027, O. 18. Considerations on the Treaty with France. London, 1714. 2102, O. 1. Characters of the Court of Hanover. London, 1714.

Reasons for the Duke of Cambridge coming. London, 1714.
State of the Nation. London, 1714.

Secret History of one Year, London, 1714.

Letter to the Whigs on their Present Conduct. London, 1714.
The Hudibrastic Brewer. London, 1714.

2102, O. 2.
2102, O. 3.
2102, O. 4.
2102, O. 5.
2102, O. 6.
2102, O. 7.
2102, O. 8.
2103, O. 1.
2103, O. 2.
2103, O. 3.
2103, O. 4.

Dr. Tripe's Letter to Nestor Ironside. London, 1714,
News from the Dead. London, 1714.

Reasons for the Law against Schism. London, 1714.
Vindication of the Earl of Nottingham. London, 1714.
Letter to the Examiner. London, 1714.

Letters from and to Hanover. London, 1714.

2103, O. 5. Acts of Parliament no security to bad Peace Makers London, 1714.

2103, O. 6. Advantages of the South Sea Trade. London, 1714.

2103, O. 7. Miscarriages of the four last years' Reign. London, 1714.

2103, O. 8. Present Ministry vindicated. London, 1714.

Four last years' Reign vindicated. London, 1714.
Dream at Harwich. London, 1714.
The French Favourites. London, 1714.
Dream of the Solan Goose. London, 1714.

2103, O. 9.
2104, O. 3.
2104, O. 4.
2104, O. 5.
2104, O. 6. New High Church against Presbyterian. London, 1714.
2104, O. 7. Canary Birds Naturalized. London, 1714.
2104, O. 8. The best Answer ever was made. London, 1714.
2105, O. 5. Hannibal not at our Gates. London, 1714.
2105, O. 6. Conduct of the Purse of Ireland. London, 1714.
2105, O. 7. The Resolutions of the Commons of Ireland. London, 1714.
2106, O. 1. The Secret History of the White Staff. London, 1714.
2106, O. 2. History of the Mitre and Purse. London, 1714.

2106, O. 3. Considerations upon the Mitre and Purse. London, 1714.

2106, O. 4. Detection of its Sophistry. London, 1714. 2107, O. 3. Dialogue between the Staff, Mitre and Purse. 2107, O. 4. Supplement to the Secret History of the Staff.

London, 1714.
London, 1714.

2107, O. 5. A Reproof to Thomas Bradbury. London, 1714. 2108, O. 1. Memoirs of the Conduct of the late Ministry. London, 1714. 2108, O. 2. Letter from a Country Whig. London, 1714.

2108, O. 3. The Candidate. London, 1714.

2109, O. 1. Considerations on the Secret History of the White Staff. London, 1714.

2109, O. 2. Hue and Cry after Dr. Swift. London, 1715.

2109, O. 3. Inquiry into the Reasons of the Joy expressed on the news of the Queen's Death. London, 1715.

2027, O. 1. The Pretender's Declaration.

London, 1715.

2027, O. 9. Remarks on the Pretender's Declaration, dated at Plombiers. London, 1715.

2109, O. 5. Observations on Jones's Trial.

2109, O. 6. The Slip. A farce. London, 1715. 2109, O. 8. 2109, O. 9. 1715.

London, 1718.

Answer to the Arguments against the Schism Bill. London, 1715.
New Proofs of the Pretender's being James the Third.

London,

Reasons for a War with France.

2109, O. 7.
2026, O. 1.
2026, O. 6.
2026, O. 4.
2026, O. 7.

London, 1715.
Essay on the Public Debts. London, 1726.
Clodius and Cicero. London, 1727.

An Epistle to W. S. Esq. London, 1728.

A Letter concerning Mr. Budgell. London, 1730.

2026, O. 8. A Dialogue between a Lieutenant and a Captain upon half pay. London, 1730.

2026, O. 3. A Letter to Eustace Budgell. London, 1730.

2022, O. 8. The conduct of the Opposition. London, 1731.

2026, O. 12. The British Patriot. London, 1731.

2022, O. 5. Thoughts on the Temper of the Nation. London, 1733. 2022, O. 1. Opposition no proof of Patriotism.

2022, O. 4. The previous Question in Politics.

2022, O. 2. don, 1735.

London, 1735.
London, 1735.

A Review of our Foreign Negotiations and Transactions. Lon

2016, O. 2. Some Thoughts on the Land Forces kept in this Kingdom. London, 1739.

2026, O. 2. Observations on the Tories, the Whigs and the Dissenters. London, 1739.

2026, O. 11. Considerations upon the present State of Affairs. London, 1739. 2022, O. 3. An Impartial Inquiry into the conduct of the Administration. London, 1741.

2026, O. 10. A Letter on the publication of Thurlow's State Papers. London, 1742.

751, O. 1. The Plain Reasoner, wherein the present state of affairs are set in a new and obvious light, and the important question determined, whether England be best defended by an Army or a Navy. London, 1742.

751, O. 4. Warning to the Whigs and well affected Tories.

London, 1744.

1832, O. 1. The Spirit and Principles of the Whigs and Jacobites compared. London, 1746.

1832, O. 2. Account of the situation of the Young Pretender in Scotland, after his defeat near Inverness. Partly by himself, &c. London, 1746. 1832, O. 3. Ascanius: or the Young Adventurer, (the Pretender.) London, 1746.

2021, O. 1. An Apology for the conduct of the late Minister. London, 1746. 2021, O. 6. A Letter upon the many libels lately published. London, 1743. 2022, O. 10. The Miserable Effects of Grasping at Riches. London, 1747. 1832, 4. & 743, O. 5. Britain's Remembrancer; containing some thoughts on the proper improvement of the present juncture; the character of the nation;

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