A second part of a catalogue for the year 1763. The books will continue selling to 1st Jan. 1764, Volume 30

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Page 16 - A General Natural History: or New and Accurate Descriptions of the Animals, Vegetables, and Minerals of the Different Parts of the World...
Page 19 - New General Atlas. Containing a Geographical and Historical Account of all the Empires, Kingdoms, and other Dominions of the World. With the Natural History and Trade of each Country, taken from the best Authors.
Page 34 - Pleadings and arguments with other proceedings in the court of king's bench upon the Quo Warranto, touching the charter of the city of London, with the judgment entered...
Page 18 - Historie and Lives of the Kings of England; from William the Conqueror unto the End of the Raigne of King Henrie the Eight.
Page 20 - REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE to whom the Petition of the Deputies of the United Moravian Churches, in behalf of themselves and their United Brethren, was referred. Together with some Extracts of the most Material Vouchers and Papers contained in the Appendix to the said Report.
Page 92 - ... such a subject. The Letters themselves are not inserted; but the objections contained in them appear to be fully and fairly stated in the Answers. Dr. Clarke's Answer to the seventh of these Letters gave occasion to Mr. Gretton's larger and more elaborate treatise, printed in 1726, and entitled, A Review of the Argument a priori, in relation to the Being and Attributes of God : in reply to Dr. Clarke's Answer to a seventh Letter concerning that Argument.
Page 61 - An inquiry into the power of dispensing with Penal Statutes. Together with some animadversions upon a book writ by sir Edward Herbert, lord chief justice of the court of common pleas, entitled, A short account of the Authorities in law upon which judgment was given in sir Edward Hale's case.
Page 59 - Entretiens fur les vies & fur les ouvrages des plus excellens peintres, anciens & modernes, par André Félibien de l'Académie Royale des fciences.
Page 63 - Arguments upon the Writ of Habeas Corpus in the Court of King's Bench, whereunto is annexed the Petition of Sir John Elliot Knt., in behalf of the Liberty of the Subject.
Page 91 - Dilcourfes, it was with a view of mewing the Ufe and Intent of Prophecy in the feveral Ages of the World, and the manifeft connection between the prophecies of every age.

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