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Hill, Samuel approximately 1766-1804

Works: 150 works in 568 publications in 2 languages and 8,948 library holdings
Genres: History  Harmonies  Portraits  Paraphrases  Poetry  Gazetteers  Dictionaries  Juvenile works  Genealogy  Fiction 
Roles: Engineer, Engraver
Classifications: KD660, 220.520432
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The history of the destruction of the Helvetic union and liberty by Mallet du Pan ( )
12 editions published in 1799 in English and held by 356 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Seneca's morals, by way of abstract. To which is added, a discourse, under the title of an after thought. Adorned with cuts. By Sir Roger L'Estrange, Knt by Lucius Annaeus Seneca ( )
14 editions published between 1792 and 1800 in English and held by 280 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The Holy Bible : containing the Old and New Testaments with the Apocryphal/Deuterocanonical books : New Revised Standard Version by Bible ( )
13 editions published in 1791 in English and held by 229 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The New Revised Standard Version has been recognized by millions of people as the new standard in contemporary Bible translations. Accurate, yet accessible, the NRSV has been authorized for use by numerous Christian denominations throughout the world. This text edition features the complete NRSV translators' notes and a variety of informative charts and timelines. The NRSV Apocrypha contains the most complete collection of Apocryphal and Deuterocanonical books in any English-language Bible
Essays on physiognomy for the promotion of the knowledge and the love of mankind by Johann Caspar Lavater ( )
7 editions published in 1794 in English and held by 205 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
"Physiognomy, whether understood in its most extensive or confined signification, is the origin of all human decisions, efforts, actions, expectations, fears, and hopes; of all pleasing and unpleasing sensations, which are occasioned by external objects, nor is there a man to he found who is not daily influenced by Physiognomy; not a man who has not figured to himself a countenance exceedingly lovely, or exceedingly hateful; not a man who does not more or less, the first time he encounters a stranger, observe, estimate, compare, and judge him, according to appearances, although he might hitherto have been a stranger to the science of Physiognomy; it is, therefore, a manifest truth, that whether or not sensible of it, all men are daily influenced by Physiognomy; and as Sultzer has affirmed, every man, consciously or unconsciously, understands something of Physiognomy. The most simple and inanimate object has its characteristic exterior, by which it is not only distinguished as a species, but individually; and shall the first, noblest, best harmonized, and most beauteous of beings, be denied all characteristic? But whatever may be opposed to the truth and certainty of the science of Physiognomy, it must be admitted that there is no object, thus considered, more important, more worthy of observation, more interesting than man, nor any occupation superior to that of disclosing the beauties and perfections of human nature"--Book. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved)
Botanical harmony delineated: or, Applications of some general laws of nature to plants. Illustrated with plates. by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre ( )
7 editions published in 1797 in English and held by 195 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The pleasures of memory. In two parts. : With some other poems by Samuel Rogers ( )
4 editions published in 1795 in English and held by 191 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Commentaries on the laws of England by William Blackstone ( )
12 editions published between 1790 and 1799 in English and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Vol. 5, "Appendix ... ", contains the following: Priestley's remarks on some paragraphs in the fourth volume of Blackstone's Commentaries, relating to the dissenters. Blackstone's reply to Priestley's remarks. Priestley's answer to Blackstone's reply. The case of the late election of the County of Middlesex considered on the principles of the Constitution and the authorities of law. Furneaux's letters to the Hon. Mr. Justice Blackstone concerning his exposition of the Act of Toleration, and some positions relative to religious liberty, in his celebrated Commentaries on the Laws of England. Authentic copies of the argument of the late Hon. Mr. Justice Foster in the Court of Judges Delegates, and of the speech of the Right Hon. Lord Mansfield in the House of Lords, in the cause between the City of London and the dissenters
Sketches from nature taken, and coloured, in a journey to Margate. Published from the original designs. By George Keate, Esq by George Keate ( )
10 editions published between 1790 and 1793 in English and held by 185 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Ouâbi, or, The virtues of nature an Indian tale in four cantos by Sarah Wentworth Morton ( )
6 editions published in 1790 in English and held by 181 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Contemporary manuscript copy of the poetical work "Ouâbi : or the virtues of nature. An Indian tale. In four cantos." By Sarah Wentworth Morton; published in Boston in 1790 by I. Thomas and E.T. Andrews. Bound in red morocco with the initials of Elizabeth M. Townsend on the upper right hand corner of the title page
A vindication of divine providence derived from a philosophic and moral survey of nature and of man. by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre ( )
8 editions published in 1797 in English and held by 171 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
Paul et Virginie. Histoire Indienne. by Bernardin de Saint-Pierre ( )
8 editions published in 1796 in French and held by 169 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The busy body a comedy. by Susanna Centlivre ( )
6 editions published in 1794 in English and held by 169 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The new Robinson Crusoe an instructive and entertaining history. For the use of children of both sexes. Translated from the French by Joachim Heinrich Campe ( )
7 editions published in 1790 in English and held by 168 WorldCat member libraries worldwide
The adventures of a castaway as related in a dialogue between father and children
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Alternative Names
Hill, S. 1766?-1804
Hill, S. (Samuel), 1766?-1804
Hill, Sam
Hill, Saml 1766?-1804
Hill, Saml. (Samuel), 1766?-1804
Hill, Samuel 1766?-1804
Hill, Samuel fl. 1789-1803
English (198)
French (8)