Description of the Grand National Jubilee

Letterpress broadside with a description of the Grand National Jubilee of 1814 surrounded by eight woodcut views (clockwise from top): The Temple; The Pagoda on Fire; The Jubilee Balloon; The Enemy on Fire; Sham Fight on the Serpentine; Boarding an American; The Royal Booth; The Castle.

  • TitleDescription of the Grand National Jubilee, held in St. James’s, Hyde, and the Green Parks, on Monday 1st August, 1814.
  • PublicationLondon : Printed and published by John Fairburn, Jun. Fountain Court, Minories, [ca. 1 August 1814]

Catalog Record

814.08.01.04+

Acquired March 2017

The history and lives of all the most notorious pirates and their crews

An abridgment and adaptation of ‘A general history of the robberies and murders of the most notorious pyrates’.

  • AuthorJohnson, Charles, active 1724-1731, author.
  • TitleThe history and lives of all the most notorious pirates and their crews : from Captain John Avery, who first settled at Madagascar, to Captain John Gow, and James Williams, his Lieutenant, &c., … and in this edition continued down to the year 1735. Giving a more full and true account than any yet published, of all their murders, piracies, maroonings, places of refuge, and way of living. To which is perfixed an abstract of the laws against piracy. Adorned with nineteen beautiful cuts, being the representation of each pirate.
  • EditionThe eleventh edition.
  • PublicationGlasgow : Printed by Robert and Thomas Duncan, MDCCLXXXIII [1783]

Catalog Record

52 J63 783

Acquired January 2017