Booksellers And Bookselling English Early Works To 1800 : The inestimabl [sic] profit, and benefit, which may accrue unto all learners : to read or write our English tongue, by publishing of an English abcedary (the greatest and chiefest part whereof, its) in a manuscript made for that purpose.; Brookbank, Joseph,
Booksellers And Bookselling Ireland : The Dublin scuffle : being a challenge sent by John Dunton, citizen of London, to Patrick Campbel, bookseller in Dublin : together with small skirmishes of bills and advertisements : to which is added the billet doux sent him by a citizens wife in Dublin, tempting him to lewdness, with his answers to her : also some account of his conversation in Ireland, intermixt with particular characters of the most eminent persons he convers'd with in that kingdom ... : in several letters to the spectators of this scuffle, with a poem on the whole encounter.; Dunton, John,
Booksellers And Bookselling Ireland Early Works To 1800 : Sir, I have received the third part of No Protestant plot which you were pleased to send me out of England : and I cou'd have wished the two preceding parts had accompanied it, which I don't find are to be met with in this kingdom ...
Booksellers And Bookselling Massachusetts Boston : Advertisement : it has been thought proper to certify ... that Mr. Richard Wilkins ... has ... taken care to furnish himself with such a variety of books on all subjects both old & new as is not to be found in any other part of America ...; Wilkins, Richard,
Booksellers And Bookselling Scotland Edinburgh Early Works To 1800 : A catalogue of books to be sold on Munday the  day of February 1713. in the second story of the second house in the Bishops-Closs. [sic] : The sale is to continue till advertisement be given that it's done. The books may be seen a week before the sale of them. The time of sale is from 10 to 12, and from 3 to 5 a clock. Catalogues are to be had at S. R. S's. house in the said Closs. [sic] ... The subjects of the books are philology in Greek and Latine, history, civil and natural, memoirs of statesmen, philosophy experimental, and theology, medicine and law, &c. Printed by the most famous printers, and the best editions, as the books will shew.
Boone Daniel : How the West was lost : the transformation of Kentucky from Daniel Boone to Henry Clay.; Aron, Stephen.
Boone Family : To the Kings most Excellent Majesty. The humble petition of Christopher Boone Sonne & Legatary named in the Will & Testament of Thomas Boone late of Mountboone in the County of Devon Eng. deceased.; Boone, Christopher.
Booth Elizabeth : The case of the Lady Elizabeth, eldest daughter, and of Langham and Henry Boothe, the two younger sons of Henry late Earl of Warrington. : Upon their petition to the Lords in Parliament, in relation to their brother Geore [sic] Earl of Warrington.
Booth George : The case of George Booth, Esq; : To be considered before the Committee of Elections, the 22th. of November 1689.
Booth George Earl Of Warrington : The case of the Lady Elizabeth, eldest daughter, and of Langham and Henry Boothe, the two younger sons of Henry late Earl of Warrington. : Upon their petition to the Lords in Parliament, in relation to their brother Geore [sic] Earl of Warrington.
Booth James : The examiner : James Booth and the origins of common examinations.; Foden, Frank.
Booth John Active 17th Century : The horrid sin of man-catching. The second part : or, Further discoveries and arguments to prove, that there is no Protestant-plot, and that the design of casting a plot upon them, by the suborned man-catchers, was antecedent to the first discovery of the Popish Plot : together with some further discoveries concerning M. Booth : humbly dedicated to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Shaftsbury.; T. S.