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Admiral's lamentation, or, An epistle to his friend Billy, on a visit to his Mamma in Somersetshire.

[London] : [s.n.], [1788?]
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The adventures of young Whipstitch : : a tale.
Pindar, Peter, 1738-1819
[London?] : [s.n.], [1800?]
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As musing all alone Timotheus fate.

[London] : Printed and sold in Bow Church Yard, London, [17--?]
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A soldier and a sailor, a tinker and a taylor.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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A pleasant ballad of King Henry II, and the miller of Mansfield : : shewing how he was entertain'd and lodg'd at the miller's house.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4 Aldermary Church Yard, [17--?]
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An excellent ballad of George Barnwell : : who was undone by a strumpet, who caused him to rob his master and murder his uncle.

[London] : Printed and sold at no. 4, Aldermary Church Yard, [1775?]
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Batt upon Batt : : to the laud and praise of Bartholomew Kempster, clerk, poet, cutler, of Holy-Roods in Southampton.
Speed, John, 1628-1711
[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The Berkshire tragedy, or, The Wittam miller : : being an account of his murdering his sweetheart, &c.

[London] : [s.n.], [1800?]
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The Breath of Life. Being an account of a young man that went to sea, thinking it a pleasant life; but soon found his mistake. Prettily expressed in sea terms.

[Canterbury?] : [s.n.], [1780?]
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The bunter's wedding.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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Caroline of Dartmouth / (written by Mr. Upton,) sung by Mr. Dignum, at the Anacreontic Society and by Mr. Necks in imitation, in his Effusions of fancy.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1790?]
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A choice pennyworth of wit.

[London] : Printed and sold in Bow-Church Yard, London, [between 1760 and 1795?]
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A choice pennyworth of wit.

[London] : Printed and sold by J. Evans and Co. 41 Long-lane West-Smithfield, [between 1791 and 1803?]
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A country lady's journal, inthe days of Q. Elizabeth, contrasted with one of a modern fine lady of the present year.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The cruel knight and the fortunate farmer's daughter.

[London] : Sold at No. 42 Long Lane, [between 1792 and 1839?]
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A curious piece of antiquity, on the crucifixion of our Saviour and the two thieves.

[London] : Printed and sold by W. Bailey, at No. 28 Great Tower-street, London, [1765?]
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Curious poetical shop bill.

[London] : Printed by J. Hammond, (at his office) St. Martin's Lane, five doors below the church, [179-?]
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Whereas most people are subject to the piles, just published, A dissertation on our latter end.

[London?] : [s.n.], [between 1782 and 1784]
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The doublet of grey : : a tale / by Mrs. Robinson.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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On the return of his Royal Highness the Duke of Cumberland, after supressing the rebellion : : performed at Vaux-Hall Gardens, and set to music by Mr. Arne.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1746?]
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Epilogue to the new comedy of speculation / spoken by Mr. Lewis.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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An excellent sonnet of the unfortunate loves of Hero and Leander.

[London] : Printed by G. Lee in Blue-Maid-Alley near the Marshalsea, Southwark, [1700?]
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Explanation of the device.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The garland of trials.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1795?]
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The Gloucestershire tragedy; or, The true lovers' downfal.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard, [between 1790 and 1795?]
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The Gloucestershire tragedy, or, The lover's farewel [sic] to the world.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The gift of the gods.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1795?]
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The golden bull, or, The garland of love's craftiness : : in four parts.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 4, Aldermary church yard, [between 1750 and 1795]
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The golden bull, or, The garland of love's craftiness : : in four parts.

London : Printed and sold at the printing office in Bow-Church-Yard, [172-?]
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Gold-finch and the wrenne.

[London] : [s.n.], Printed in the yeare 1641.
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The Guernsey garland : : in three parts.

[London] : Printed and sold at the Printing offices, Stonecutter Street, Fleet Market, [between 1750 and 1790?]
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Horrible! shocking! : : particulars of the most shocking discovery made on Sunday evening last, at a house known by the sign of the Queen of Bohemia, at the end of Wychstreet; where a vast number of mangled human bodies were discovered, some in tubs, as i

[London] : Davenport, Printer, George's Court, [17--?]
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The humorous effects of cross-reading the news papers.

[London] : [s.n.], [1775?]
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A continuation of the humorous effects of cross-reading the news-papers.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1770?]
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The whimsical effect of reading the news paper crossways.

[London] : Printed and sold at the little a, No. 41 Leadenhall-Street, London, [1800?]
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Divine dialogue between Mr. John Williams, a poor but godly person near the city of Gloucester, and Squire Wright, a covetous wealthy gentleman of the same place : : together with a dialogue between his soul and body after death, as it was represented in

[London] : Printed and sold in Bow Church-yard, London, [between 1741 and 1799?]
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[Ipswich j]ournal.

[Ipswich] : [s.n.], 1759.
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Jacob's return from London, or, His ramble to Bath / written, and delivered by Mr. Knight, at the Theatre, Bath.
Knight, T. d. 1820.
[Bath?] : [s.n.], [between 1705 and 1795]
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The Kentish tragedy, or, A warning-piece to all perjured young men : : in three parts.

[London] : Printed and soldin Aldermary Church-Yard, London, [between 1784 and 1807]
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The king and the tinker. An old ballad.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1795?]
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The lady's garland.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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The last dying words of the retail shopkeepers, : : who departed this life, on the 13th of June, 1785.

[Salisbury?] : [s.n.], [1785]
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The last speech, confession, and dying words of a Queen Ann's guinea : : who was tried and condemned on a late Act of Parliament, for being too light and executed by the unmerciful hands of a butcher in, Salisbury market.

[Salisbury?] : [s.n.], [1774?]
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Liberty Hall.

[Salisbury?] : [s.n.], [1785?]
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The little hoop, an epistle : : from a lass in the country, to her aunt in London, occasioned by her sending a fashionable hoop, for the use of the author's mother.

[London] : Printed by J. Delahoy at his New Oddity Shop, No. 36, Waterlane, Black-Friars, [17--?]
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The London sportsmen, or, The cockney's journey on the 1st of September.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The loyal lovers: or, Carmarthen tragedy.

London : printed and sold at Sympson's warehouse, [1765?]
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Maria : : the unfortunate fair.

[London] : Printed and sold by J. Davenport, 6 George's-court, St. Johns-lane, West-Smithfield, London, [1795?]
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The miraculous farmer, or, No cock like the west-country cock,.

[London] : Printed and sold in Aldermary Church-yard, Bow-Lane, London, [1760?]
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Monsieur Kaniferstane : : a tale.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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Monsieur Kaniferstane : : a tale.

[England] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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Monsieur Tonson : : a tale / written by J. Taylor, Esq. and spoken by Mr. Fawcett.
Taylor, John, 1757-1832.
[London?] : [s.n.], [1795?]
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The Negotiators. : Or, Don Diego brought to reason. An excellent new ballad. Tune of Packington's pound.

London : Printed for R. Thompson, MDCCXXXVIII [1738]
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A new song : : to the tune of-- the Vicar of Bray. Wrote on observing a Westminster magistrate assuming a consequential authority on the Hustings.

[London?] : [s.n.], [17--?]
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The north countryman's description of Christ Church, Dublin : : in a letter from a gentleman in Ireland, to his friend in London.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1790?]
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The Northamptonshire tragedy.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1760?]
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The northern lord.

[London] : Printed and sold at no. 4, Aldermary church yard, [1775?]
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A curious letter from Oliver Puzzle-cause.

[London?] : [s.n.], [between 1775 and 1790?]
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The Oxfordshire garland.

[London] : Sold by J. Evans, London, [1800?]
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The Oxfordshire tragedy: : or, the virgin's advice.

[London] : Sold at no.42, long lane, [1750?]
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The Oxfordshire tragedy; or, The death of four lovers.

[London] : Printed and sold in Bow-Church-Yard, [1760?]
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Particulars of an obstinate battle, fought in Egypt, by the English and French troops : : in which Sir Ralph Abercromby unfortunately received a mortal wounds, of which he died.

[London] : Davenport, Printer, George's-court, [between 1798 and 1801?]
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Philander's answer to Celinda's dream.

London : Printed for C. Stevenson, under St. Peters Church in Gracechurch-Street near Cornhill, [1780?]
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A poem upon the transactions between a landlord and his tenant Day, who privately departed from him by night. By a Gent. of Lincoln's-Inne.

[London] : [Norris], [1684]
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The politick lovers, or, The Windsor miser outwitted.

London : Printed and sold at Sympson's Warehouse, in Stonecutter Street, Fleet-Market, [between 1795 and 1800]
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The pretty green -coat boy's garland.

[London] : Sold at No. 42, Long Lane, [between 1750 and 1790]
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The prodigal daughter: or, the disobedient lady reclaimed.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1775?]
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Proposals for opening a Scotch eating house, or, North country ordinary and Scotch chocolate house, in the neighborhood of St. James's.
M'Mufty, Robert.
[London] : Sold wholesale and retail at No. 32, Marybone Street, Golden Square. Printed by R. Bassam, St. John's Street, West Smithfield, [1799?]
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Provisions contrasted : : from the year 1775, to the year 1795.

[London] : Printed for citizen Shaw (shaver to the swineish multitude) at the blooming tree of liberty, No. 4 Cranbourn Alley, Leicester Fields, [1795?]
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The quack-doctor's speech to the credulous mob : : supposed to be spoke by the famous Lord Rochester.

[London] : Printed at No. 41 ... Leadenhall-Street, the little a, London, [between 1780 and 1800?]
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The rake's progress : : copied from the originals of Mr. William Hogarth, according to Act of Parliament, by Thomas Bakewell, printseller, next Johnson's Court in Fleet-Street, London, August 1735, where all ofther printsellers, booksellers, &c. may b

[London] : [Thomas Bakewell?], [1735?]
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The rakish husband's garland.

London : Printed and sold at Sympson's warehouse, in Stonecutter-Street, Fleet Market, [1765?]
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Sweet William of Plymouth.

[London] : Printed and sold by J. Evans, No. 41, Long-lane, West-Smithfield, London, [between 1790 and 1800?]
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The turkey factor.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1750?]
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The wandering young gentlewoman, or, Cat-skin.

[London] : Printed and sold at No. 41 Long-Lane, West-Smithfield, London, [between 1791 and 1803?]
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To Mr. Robert Watkinson, on the death of his wife Mrs. Elizabeth Watkinson : : who departed this life of a malignant fever, November 11, 1741 in the 21st year of her age.

[England] : [s.n.], [1741?]
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The weeping Christian, or, The righteous man's godly sorrow for the capital sins of his life.

[London] : Printed and sold at the Printing-Office in Bow-Church-Yard, [1790?]
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The Yarmouth tragedy, or, The constant lovers.

[London?] : [s.n.], [1775?]
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An ode, to His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince Regent, &c. after the battle of Gladsmuir.

[Edinburgh?] : Printed in the year, MDCCXLV [1745]
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The New Way of Whirry Whigs awa'

[Edinburgh?] : [s.n.], [between 1750 and 1800?]
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