A dialogue upon colouring

  • AuthorPiles, Roger de, 1635-1709.
  • TitleA dialogue upon colouring : Translated from the original French of Monsieur du Pile [sic], printed at Paris : Necessary for all limners and painters / by Mr. Ozell.
  • PublishedLondon : Printed for Daniel Brown at the Black Swan without Temple-Bar, and Bernard Lintott, at the Cross-Keys between the two Temple-Gates in Fleetstreet, 1711.

Catalog Record 

72 711P

Acquired October 2017

A tour from Northamptonshire to London

  • AuthorLee, John, of Daventry.
  • TitleA tour from Northamptonshire to London : down the River Thames to the Isle of Thanet, from thence to Dover and the coast of France; interspersed with anecdote and sentiment; and an agricultural review of both countries, with observations on the cattle and the management of the soil / by John Lee.
  • PublicationLondon : Published by R. Carlile, Fleet Street, 1827.

Catalog Record 

63 827 L47

Acquired November 2017

The case of the Joyners Company…

  • AuthorJoyners Company (London, England)
  • TitleThe case of the Joyners Company against the importation of manufactured cabinet-work from the East-Indies.
  • Published[London] : [publisher not identified], [1710?]

Catalog Record 

File 63 710 J89+

Acquired June 2017

The monkey and the hounds : a fable

British Library suggests that this is a political satire on Sir Robert Walpole.

  • TitleThe monkey and the hounds : a fable.
  • Published[London?] : [publisher not identified], [1730s?]

Catalog Record

763 730 M74

Acquired October 2017

The Universal magazine of knowledge and pleasure

V.86:no.600

  • Uniform TitleUniversal magazine of knowledge and pleasure (London, England : Monthly)
  • TitleThe Universal magazine of knowledge and pleasure: for …
  • Published[London] : Printed by and for M. Brown, in Windmill Court, near West-Smithfield, and for W. Bent, at the Kings Arms, Pater-noster Row, [1747]-[1803]

Catalog Record 

61 Un4

Acquired June 2017

George, &c. Whereas it is humbly meant and complained…..

Indicting Morton, Anderson and Craig for proposing the toast: “George the Third and last, and damnation to all crowned heads.”

  • AuthorScotland. Lord Advocate (Dundas : 1789-1801)
  • TitleGeorge, &c. Whereas it is humbly meant and complained to us by our right trusty Robert Dundas : Esq ; of Arniston, our advocate, for our interest, upon John Morton apprentice to Stewart, Ruthven, and Company, printers in Edinburgh, James Anderson journeyman printer with Mundell and Son printers in Edinburgh, and Malcolm Craig, also journeyman printer with the said Mundell and Son …
  • Published[Edinburgh], [1793]

Catalog Record 

File 523 M88 793

Acquired June 2017

Judas Macchabaeus : a sacred drama

  • AuthorMorell, Thomas, 1703-1784, librettist.
  • TitleJudas Macchabaeus : a sacred drama. As it is performed at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden. The musick composed by Mr. Handel.
  • PublicationLondon : Printed for the administrator of J. Watts; and sold by T. Lowndes, in Fleet-Street, [1768?]

Catalog Record

Quarto 768 M84 768

Acquired August 2017