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Thu Oct 16 18:00:41 2014 UTClccn-nr930434300.00The laboratory : or, School of arts : in which are faithfully exhibited, and fully explained ... with a great number of other scarce and valuable secrets0.711.00The book of knowledge : treating of the wisdom of the ancients : in four parts : I. Sshewing [sic] the various and wonderful operations of the signs and planets, and other celestial constellations, on the bodies of men, &c. ... IV. The farmer's kalendar, containing 1. Perpetual prognostications for weather 2. The whole mystery of husbandry 3. The compleat and experienced farrier and cowleech, &c. /4807734nr 930434303487195Woodgate, H. -1766Woodgate, Henry d. 1766lccn-nr92035018Crowder, Stanley-1798lccn-nr92010174Hitch, Charles-1764lccn-nr91017140Caslon, Thomas-1783lccn-nr91019158Lowndes, Thomas1719-1784lccn-nr93010256Knapton, John1696-1770lccn-n83148859Adams, Maude1872-1953lccn-nr97003999J. and R. Tonsonlccn-n89622997Varick, Richard1753-1831nc-maude adams estateMaude Adams Estatelccn-n81114005Centlivre, Susanna1667?-1723Woodgate, Henry-1766HistoryPortraitsSourcesPomfret, John,English dramaGreat BritainMedicineEnglish poetryHeraldryScotlandNobilityCommercial policyAnglo-French War (1755-1763)EconomicsDiplomatic relationsInternational relationsColoniesMedalsBooksellers' catalogsCentlivre, Susanna,DramaPolitical scienceSteele, Richard,--Sir,English literatureReligious poetryCommerceColonies--CommercePoets, English--Early modernPhysiologyEnglandEngravingFormulas, recipes, etcIndustrial artsSongs, EnglishTechnologyTheaterWatermarksVeterinary medicineHandbooks, vade-mecums, etcNew York (State)--New YorkMenteur (Corneille, Pierre)Cooking, EnglishForms (Law)Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (London, England)England--LondonKings and rulersMedicine, PopularDreamsLiquors--Gaging and testingCookingFortune-tellingCovent Garden TheatreTraditional medicine1720176617561757175817591760176117653081823942AC41913ocn510676800file17600.66Woodgate, HenryNew editions of the following entertaining histories, (Price only one shilling each, adorned with cuts)932ocn005150569book0.82Centlivre, SusannaThe works of the celebrated Mrs. Centlivre ... : containing, Perjur'd husband ... ; with a new account of her lifePortraits42ocn278240678book17610.74Steele, RichardThe dramatick works of Sir Richard Steele. Containing, The conscious lovers. The funeral. The tender husband. The lying loverPortraits31ocn016110655book17560.82Reflections on the welfare and prosperity of Great Britain in the present crisis21ocn039920781book17590.92The vocal companion, or, Songster's delight : being a choice collection of all the celebrated new songs sung at the public gardens and theatresHistorySources22ocn813718263book17590.77Pomfret, JohnPoems upon several occasions21ocn194626629book1756Smith, GodfreyThe laboratory : or, School of arts : in which are faithfully exhibited, and fully explained ... with a great number of other scarce and valuable secrets11ocn644151563book17580.47Burton, JohnA new and complete system of midwifry. : Theoretical and practical. Together with the descriptions, causes, and methods of removing, or relieving the disorders ... The second edition. In four parts11ocn828599290book1765Woodgate, HenryNew editions of the following entertaining histories ... written by W.H. Dilworth ... are just published by Henry Woodgate, at the Golden Ball, in St. Paul's Church-yard.11ocn726653837book17591.00Jackson, SarahThe director: or, Young woman's best companion. : Being the plainest and cheapest of the kind ever published: The whole makes a complete family cook and physician. Containing above three hundred easy receipts in cookery, pastry, preserving, candying, pickling, collaring, physick, and surgery. ; To which are added, plain and easy instructions for chusing beef, mutton, veal, fish, fowl, and other eatables. Directions for carving, and to make wines. Likewise bills of fare for every month in the year. ...11ocn870527215book17570.84Dell, HenryThe Frenchified lady never in Paris11ocn863442159book17560.74Nichols, FrancisThe Scots compendium, or rudiments of honour containing the succession of Scots kings ... Also the nobility of Scotland ... Likewise their coats of arms ... To which is added, a list of the Scots baronets, and ... peers11ocn057212637book17581.00Erra PaterThe book of knowledge : treating of the wisdom of the ancients : in four parts : I. Sshewing [sic] the various and wonderful operations of the signs and planets, and other celestial constellations, on the bodies of men, &c. ... IV. The farmer's kalendar, containing 1. Perpetual prognostications for weather 2. The whole mystery of husbandry 3. The compleat and experienced farrier and cowleech, &c.11ocn055028412book17561.00Defoe, DanielThe wonderful life, and most surprizing adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, mariner : containing a full and particular account ... faithfully epitomized from the three volumes, and adorn'd with cuts suited to the most remarkable stories11ocn644284882book17570.77Boerhaave, HermanDr. Boerhaave's academical lectures on the theory of physic. Being a genuine translation of his institutes and explanatory comment, collated and adjusted to each other, as they were dictated to his students at the University of Leyden. Vol. IV. Containing the oeconomy of the external and internal senses, sleep, and respiration11ocn640352466book17590.47Fisher, GeorgeThe instructor: or, Young man's best companion. : Containing, spelling, reading, writing, arithmetick, in an easier way than any yet published ; and how to qualify any person for business, without the help of a Master. Instructions to write variety of hands, with copies both in prose and verse. How to write letters on business or friendship. Forms of indentures, bonds, bills of sale, receipts, wills, leases, releases, &c. Also merchants accompts, and a short and easy method of shop and book-keeping ; with a description of the product, counties and market-towns in England and Wales. Together with the carpenter's plain and exact rule: shewing how to measure carpenters, joyners, sawyers, bricklayers, plaisterers, plumbers, masons, glasiers and painters work. How to undertake each work, and at what price ; the rates of each commodity, and the common wages of journeymen ; with Gunter's line, and Coggeshal's description of the sliding-rule. Likewise the practical gauger made easy ; the art of dialling, and how to erect and fix any dial ; with instructions for dying, colouring, and making colours ; with some general observations for gardening every month in the year. To which is added, the family's best companion: with instructions for marking on linnen ; how to pickle and preserve ; to make divers sorts of wine ; and many excellent plaisters, and medicines, necessary in all families: and also, a compleat treatise of farriery ; or, good advice to gentlemen and farmers ; with a choice collection of remedies, very fit for all farriers and grooms.11ocn476510443book0.77Rapin de ThoyrasThe history of EnglandHistory11ocn863550524book17600.47Leadbetter, CharlesThe royal gauger; : or, gauging made perfectly easy, as it is actually practised by the officers of his Majesty's Revenue of Excise. In two parts. Part I. Containing the practical methods of finding the areas and contents of such superficies and solids, as are the foundation of gauging. Also the established rules for finding the contents of all sorts of cisterns, coppers, backs, coolers, tuns, stills and casks, when full, or part empty: the examples being performed here both by the pen and sliding rule: and this not in ale, beer, wine and malt only; but in made-wines, soap, starch, candles, hops, coffee, tea, chocolate, all sorts of leather, paper &c. which have been very considerable branches of the revenue, as well as of every excise officer's duty for above forty years past, though yet never treated of by any author. With the officer's duty in the distillery and glass-house: freed from the obscurities and errors of other writers. Part II. Shewing all the necessary steps to be taken for obtaining employment in the excise, with authentic forms of such certificates, petitions, oaths, &c. as are requisite for that purpose. Together with such directions for the officer's conduct, as are necessary for ascertaining and securing the duties, to which the respective traders are subject; and very advantageous to those traders, who are desirous to ascertain the amount of their respective duties, without entirely depending upon the skill and integrity of the King's officer. To which is added cask-gauging, &c. as practised in the port of London. The whole illustrated with many new copper-plates adapted to the subject.Thu Oct 16 15:38:56 EDT 2014batch13972