Min year: 1734, Max year: 1768, Max count: 13
Locations over time
(number of mentions in parentheses)
- 1735: A catalogue of the library of the learned and Reverend Edmund Chishull, ... Which will be sold ... on Tuesday March 25, 1735. By John Whiston, ...
- 1736: A catalogue of the libraries of Charles Mein of Stoke-Newington ... and of the very learned Moses du Soul ... Which will be sold ... on Tuesday March 23, 1735-6. By John Whiston, ...
- 1737: A catalogue of the libraries of William Butler ... Robert Stephens ... and of Jezreel Jones ... Which will be sold ... on Tuesday February 1. 1736-7. By John Whiston, ...
- 1738: A catalogue of several thousand volumes; among which is the library of John Newey, ... Which will be sold ... on Thursday the 16th of November 1738. By John Whiston, ...
- 1738: A catalogue of above six thousand volumes, among which is the entire library of William Trimnell, ... Which will be sold cheap ... on Thursday, February the 2d. 1737-8. By John Whiston, ...
- 1739: A catalogue of many thousand volumes, including the library of the very learned Joseph Wasse, ... which will be sold ... on Monday, November 26, 1739. By John Whiston, ...
- 1739: A catalogue of valuable manuscripts in Greek, Latin, English, French, Italian, and Spanish
- 1746: A catalogue of the valuable library of the Rev. and learned William Stuart
- 1746: Bibliotheca elegans. A catalogue of the curious and valuable library of the Reverend and learned Joseph Roper, D.D
- 1751: A catalogue of the entire library of the Reverend Conyers Middleton
- 1754: A catalogue of above twelve thousand volumes, lately purchased
- 1755: A catalogue of above twelve thousand volumes
- 1767: A catalogue of several valuable libraries, lately purchased; particularly those of John Wills, D. D. Prebendary of Sarum, and of a commissioner of the excise, Both lately Deceased
- 1768: A catalogue of many thousand volumes of curious and valuable books
- 1734: Remarks on Spenser's poems.
- 1740: The important doctrines of original sin
- 1746: A sermon preached at the cathedral church of Salisbury
- 1748: The tryal of the witnesses of the resurrection of Jesus
- 1748: Historical memoirs of the life and writings of Dr. Samuel Clarke
- 1750: A letter from the Lord Bishop of London
- 1750: A sermon
- 1750: A letter from the Lord Bishop of London, to the clergy and people of London and Westminster; on occasion of the late earthquakes
- 1751: An inquiry concerning virtue and happiness
- 1751: A dissertation upon Oriuna
- 1751: A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy
- 1751: The right method of maintaining security in person and property to all the subjects of Great-Britain
- 1752: The eternity of hell-torments considered
- 1752: Hippocrates upon air
- 1753: The tryal of John Barbot
- 1754: A treatise of the extraordinary virtues and effects of asses milk, in the cure of various diseases, particularly the gout, scurvy, and nervous disorders
- 1755: The tryal of the witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus
- 1756: A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, on Friday, January 30, 1756; Being appointed to be observed as the Day of the Martyrdom of King Charles I. By Philip Yonge, D. D. Chaplain in Ordinary to his Majesty
- 1758: A sermon preached before the Sons of the Clergy
- 1758: A sermon preached before the House of Lords
- 1758: A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the Lord-Mayor
- 1761: A sermon preached before the Lords
- 1765: The tryal of the witnesses of the Resurrection of Jesus
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