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Fri Mar 21 17:14:18 2014 UTClccn-no960402500.00Books of architecture, perspective, &c. printed for and sold by I. Taylor, : at his original shop (late Webley's) the Bible and Crown, in Holborn, near Chancery-Lane, viz0.770.93The plays of William Shakspeare : accurately printed from the text of the corrected copy left by the late George Steevens : with a series of engravings, from original designs of Henry Fuseli ... and a selection of explanatory and historical notes, from the most eminent commentators, a history of the stage, a life of Shakspeare, &c. /71748605Isaac_Taylor_(engraver)no 960402504137915Isaac I TaylorIsaac Taylor, ITaylor, I., 1730-1807Taylor IsaacTaylor, Isaac ITaylor, Isaac the elder 1730-1807lccn-n79121384Goldsmith, Oliver1730?-1774lccn-n83016624Churchill, Charles1731-1764lccn-no96046221Flexney, William-1808bslnp-churchill, john$active 1765 1774Churchill, Johnactive 1765-1774bsllccn-n85827844Taylor, Isaac1759-1829illlccn-nr93034902Sewell, John1733 or 1734-1802lccn-no96045877Bull, Lewislccn-n85159133Long, J.(John)Indian traderlccn-n85067301Robson, James1733-1806lccn-n83040006Debrett, John-1822Taylor, Isaac1730-1807PoetryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcHistoryBiographyPortraitsSermonsPeriodicalsDesigns and plansBibliographyPersonal narrativesOperas--LibrettosVillagesZoologyBattle of the frogs and micePhysical geographyEnglish poetryCanadaIndians of North America--LanguagesFur tradeGarrick, David,Ojibwa languageEngland--Warkworth (Northumberland)Indians of North AmericaEngland--LondonTheaterExtinct citiesActorsEnglandTravelEnglish lettersGreat BritainIndians of North America--Social life and customsSavage, Richard,ArchitectureIreland--DublinManners and customsOperas--ExcerptsDramatists, EnglishCentlivre, Susanna,Parnell, Thomas,Long, J.--(John),--Indian traderNorth AmericaBillings, Hammatt,Natural historyLettersPlaybillsPortraits, BritishHeraldic bookplatesLord's prayerPhilosophyGoldsmith, Oliver,MathematicsPoetryPalladio, Andrea,HomerEnglish essaysCaliforniaArchitecture, DomesticArchitecture, ModernGift books173018071750175417571759176117621763176417651766176717691770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811783178417851786179017911792179517961799180018041805181018121815182318251828183018321839184718531868188618891933195119621969200120081475134194821.6AC4ocn656610960ocn000597615ocn010820697ocn566100643ocn000236737ocn006979232ocn010922870ocn024368115ocn015607626ocn0826019761932ocn656610960file17740.86Churchill, CharlesThe works of C. Churchill in four volumesSermons1414ocn000905559book17910.66Long, JVoyages and travels of an Indian interpreter and trader describing the manners and customs of the North American Indians, with an account of the posts situated on the river Saint Laurence, lake Ontario, & c., to which is added a vocabulary of the Chippeway language ... a list of words in the Iroquois, Mehegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux tongues, and a table, shewing the analogy between the Algonkin and the Chippeway languagesHistoryGlossaries, vocabularies, etcPersonal narrativesFacsimile reprint of 1791 edition. With an account of the posts situated on the River Saint Lawrence, Lake Ontario, etc. To which is added a vocabulary of the Chippeway language. Names of furs and skins, in English and French. A list of words in the Iroquois, Mohegan, Shawanee, and Esquimeaux tongues, and a table, showing analogy between the Algonkin and Chippeway languages1045ocn000597615book17750.79Savage, RichardThe works of Richard Savage, Esq., son of the Earl Rivers : with An account of the life and writings of the author955ocn017379984book17700.66Goldsmith, OliverThe deserted villageHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyBibliographyPoetryTextbooksIllustrations932ocn005150569book0.81Centlivre, SusannaThe works of the celebrated Mrs. Centlivre ... : containing, Perjur'd husband ... ; with a new account of her lifePortraits763ocn508356499file0.66The Eclipses, or Luminaries involved in darkness an universal repository for enigmatical, critical, philosophical, and mathematical questionsPeriodicals664ocn003227170book17790.81Goldsmith, OliverA history of the earth, and animated natureHistoryJuvenile worksMiscellaneaIllustrationsPictorial worksSources"Natural History, considered in its utmost extent, comprehends two objects. First, that of discovering, ascertaining, and naming all the various productions of Nature. Secondly, that of describing the properties, manners, and relations which they bear to us, and to each other. The first, which is the most difficult part of this science, is systematical, dry, mechanical, and incomplete. The second is more amusing, exhibits new pictures to the imagination, and improves our relish for existence, by widening the prospect of Nature around us. Natural history at present, is carried on in two distinct and separate channels, the one serving to lead us to the thing, the other conveying the history of the thing, as supposing it already known. The following Natural History is written with only such an attention to system as serves to remove the reader's embarrassments, and allow him to proceed. It can make no pretensions in directing him to the name of every object he meets with; that belongs to works of a very different kind, and written with very different aims. It will fully answer my design, if the reader, being already possessed of the name of any animal, shall find here a short, though satisfactory history of its habitudes, its subsistence, its manners, its friendships, and hostilities. My aim has been to carry on just as much method as was sufficient to shorten my description, by generalizing them, and never to follow order where the art of writing, which is but another name for good sense, informed me that it would only contribute to the reader's embarrassment. Still, however, the reader will perceive, that I have formed a kind of system in the history of every part of Animated Nature, directing myself by the great obvious distinctions that she herself seems to have made; which, though too few to point exactly to the name, are yet sufficient to illuminate the subject, and remove the reader's perplexity. It will be my chief pride, therefore, if this work may be found an innocent amusement for those who have nothing else to employ them, or who require a relaxation from labour."641ocn691456104com17800.79Pool, RobertViews of the most remarkable public buildings, monuments and other edifices in the city of DublinPictorial works454ocn001382711book18050.93Shakespeare, WilliamThe plays of William Shakspeare : accurately printed from the text of the corrected copy left by the late George Steevens : with a series of engravings, from original designs of Henry Fuseli ... and a selection of explanatory and historical notes, from the most eminent commentators, a history of the stage, a life of Shakspeare, &c.4213ocn021160285book17670.92Crunden, JohnConvenient and ornamental architecture consisting of original designs for plans, elevations, and sections, beginning with the farm house, and regularly ascending to the most grand and magnificent villa ...Designs and plans421ocn013432979book17800.81Davies, ThomasMemoirs of the life of David Garrick, Esq Interspersed with characters and anecdotes of his theatrical contemporaries. The whole forming a history of the stage, which includes a period of thirty-six years. By Thomas DaviesHistoryBiography391ocn000236737book17660.86Goldsmith, OliverEssays362ocn012359225book17710.81Percy, ThomasThe hermit of Warkworth a Northumberland ballad. In three fits or cantosPoetry344ocn006979232book18860.81Richardson, SamuelSir Charles Grandison281ocn010820697book17750.76Parnell, ThomasPoems on several occasions By Mr. John Gay.253ocn023900835book17630.84Pain, WilliamThe builder's pocket-treasure or, Palladio delineated and explained, in such a manner as to render that most excellent author plain and intelligible ... By William Pain. Engraved by Isaac TaylorDesigns and plansHandbooks, manuals, etc181ocn010922870book17670.76Bickerstaff, IsaacLove in a village. A comic opera By Isaac Bickerstaff. Adapted for theatrical representation, as performed at the Theatre-Royal, Covent-Garden. Regulated from the prompt-bookHistorySongs171ocn053874730visu17850.86Webber, JohnA boxing match, in HapaeePictorial works161ocn006134312book17990.07Kendall, Edward AugustusThe crested wrenJuvenile worksFictionAdventures and world travels of a wren, written from the bird's point of view. Includes a chapter on the natural history of wrens151ocn005722819book17640.73Langhorne, JohnThe letters that passed between Theodosius and Constantia after she had taken the veilBibliography11ocn042520976book1771Taylor, IsaacBooks of architecture, perspective, &c. printed for and sold by I. Taylor, : at his original shop (late Webley's) the Bible and Crown, in Holborn, near Chancery-Lane, vizCatalogsBibliographyFri Mar 21 15:46:35 EDT 2014batch19683