Box 3

Additional memorial for Jean Mercer, relict of Mark Wood merchant in Perth, and Alexander Wood her son, defenders, against Alexander Stuart musician in Edinburgh, and his trustee, pursuers
Additional memorial for Jean Mercer, relict of Mark Wood merchant in Perth, and Alexander Wood her son, defenders, against Alexander Stuart musician in Edinburgh, and his trustee, pursuers
Signed at end by: Ja. Ferguson., Dated at head of drop-head title: December 5. 1754., Quoted note at end "State of the rents of William Mercer's lands possessed by William Bryce, as at the time of the agreement, anno 1741."
Adventures of a hackney coach
Adventures of a hackney coach
Advertisement: page [1] at end., Final page is blank., Attributed in Halkett and Laing to Dorothy Kilner.
Advice to Sappho
Advice to Sappho
by a gentlewoman., In verse., An attack on Lady Mary Montagu, author of the Verses, and a defence of Alexander Pope. Cf. J.V. Guerinot., Final page blank., Ornamental device on t.p.; tail-piece.
Cato
Cato
By Mr. Addison., Final page blank., In two columns., Head- and tail-pieces., Known to exist in two editions with the same imprint. In this edition, p. 6, col. 1 ends with "into it?" and p. 16, col. 1 ends with "above us, ". In the other edition, p. 6, col. 1 ends with "its force?" and p. 16, col. 1 ends with "cries aloud."
Indian's petition: or, Black Jack's pawawing to Don Pluto, Lord of the dark regions. Done from his Spanish notes
Indian's petition: or, Black Jack's pawawing to Don Pluto, Lord of the dark regions. Done from his Spanish notes
by Adam Addlestaff, gent. Near kinsman to the Bickerstaffs., Adam Addlestaff is a pseudonym.
address
address
Caption title., A political satire in verse, ascribed to Defoe in J.R. Moore. Checklist of the writings of Daniel Defoe, no. 77., ESTC Address t006747., Foxon A49., Ascribed to Defoe. Cf. Moore (2nd ed.) 77., Drop-head title., Imprint from colophon., Text begins: "Ye men of might, and muckle power".
address to Hibernia
address to Hibernia
Patriot Freeman is a pseudonym., With a half-title.
address to friends and foes
address to friends and foes
Also issued as part of: 'The patriot miscellany' vol. 2, nos. 19-20. Dublin, 1756.
address to the Roman catholics of Ireland, on the conduct they should pursue at the present crisis ; on the subject of an union. By an old friend
address to the Roman catholics of Ireland, on the conduct they should pursue at the present crisis ; on the subject of an union. By an old friend
Dated at the end: December 20th, 1798. - Also issued as part of: 'Tracts on the subject of an union', vol. 2, Dublin, 1799., Also available on microfilm. - Woodbridge, CT : Research Publications, Inc., 1986. - 1 reel ; 35mm. - (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 1415, no. 47) [For microfilm ask in Rare Books Room]., Dated at the end: December 20th, 1798., Also issued as part of: 'Tracts on the subject of an union', vol.2, Dublin, 1799.
campaign
campaign
By Mr. Addison., With a half-title., Also issued as part of: 'A collection of poems, occasionally written', London, 1708.
campaign
campaign
By Mr. Addison., With a half-title., Also issued as part of: 'A collection of poems, occasionally written', London, 1708.
old Whig. Numb. II
old Whig. Numb. II
With a half-title., Anonymous. By Joseph Addison.