The Annual Catalogue: Numb. II. (1738)
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Annual Catalogue:


Or, A new and compleat LIST of



New Editions of BOOKS,



In History, Divinity, Law, Poetry, Plays, Novels, Painting, Architecture, and all other Sciences, from January the First, 1737, to January the First, 1738. Giving an Account of the Prices they sell for, also a List of the Names and Places of Abode of the several Booksellers, &c. whom printed by.

Useful to all who delight in Reading, but more especially to Gentlemen, Ladies, and Booksellers in the Country; not only to let them know what Books are published, but their exact Prices.


Printed for J. Worrall, in Bell-Yard, near Lincoln's-Inn; C. Corbett, against St Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street; Mess. Ward and Chandler, without Temple-Bar, 1738 [Price Six-Pence.]



In the Preface to the First Number of this Catalogue, I mentioned that the Design of it was Principally intended to inform Gentlemen, Ladies, &c. who live remote from London, (at a small Expence), what Books, Pamphlets, Prints, &c. were published in the Preceeding Year; with their exact Prices, and whom printed for. And to make this Annual Catalogue more Compleat and Useful, I have added an Alphabetical LIST of the Booksellers Names, and Places of Abode, it being very proper when an Order is sent for Books, &c. to mention who they are printed for, and where they live.


BOOKS lately publish'd, Sold by J. WORRALL, C. CORBETT, Mess. WARD and CHANDLER.

Manby's Law and Practice of Fines and Recoveries, from the Praecipe to the Final Issue. Containing not only the Method of passing them in the Common Form, but where they vary, as in London, Chester, Lancaster, the great Sessions of Wales, &c. 8vo. 5s.

Law Quibbles, Tricks, Turns, and Evasions in the Law, 4th Edition, with the Addition of a Second Part, containing Precedents of Conveyances in Extraordinary Cases, and Law Notes thereon, 8vo. 4s. 6d.

History and Practice of the Common Pleas, by a late Learned Hand, 8vo. 4s.

Customs and Privileges of Stepney and Hackney, in the County of Middlesex. Of Tenants Neglect, Admission, By-Laws, &c. with an Act of Parliament for the perpetual Establishment of the said Customs, 12mo. 1s. 6d.


Annual CATALOGUE NO II. for the Year 1737.

Abridgment and Review of a Discourse, concerning the Law of Inheritance in Fee, 8vo. F. Gyles, 6d.

Abstract of all the Acts passed in the 10th Year of K. George 2d, J. Basket, 3s. 6d.

Account of the Burning the City of London, J. Stone, 6d.

Account of the Proceedings, &c. on the Tythe-Bill, J. Roberts, 6d.

Account of Two Rebellions at Constantinople, in 1730, and 1731, Translated from the French, G. Smith, 1s. 6d.

Act, Declaration, &c. for the Doctrine, &c. of the Church of Scotland, J. Davidson, 1s.

Acts of Parliament, passed in the 10th Year of the Reign of K. George the 2d, J. Basket, 1l. 3s.

Addison's Maxims, &c. 2d Edit. E. Curl, 3s.

Address to the Batchelors of Great Britain, 3d Edit. J. Wilford, 1s.

Advice to Servants, J. Roberts, 4d.

Albania: A Poem, T. Cooper, 1s.

Allen's (Math.) Farrier's Assist. E. Symon, 2s. 6d.

Amintas: A Dramatick Pastoral, W. Lewis, J. Whiston, 2s.

Anatomy epitomized, in 17 large Fol. Copper Plates, J. Noon, 6s.

Anderson's (J.) Sermon in the Old-Baily, R. Ford, 6d.

Annual Catalogue of all the new Books, new Editions of Books, Pamphlets, &c. publish'd from Jan. 1, 1736, to Jan. 1, 1737 J. Worrall, C. Corbett, Mess. Ward and Chandler, and W. Warner, 12mo. 6d.

Apostolical Rule concerning the Ordination of Ministers, &c. J. Davidson, 6d.

Arbuthnot's (John) Essay concerning the Nature of Aliments and the Choice of them, &c. 8vo. 3d Edit. Mess. Tonson, 5s.

Armstrong's (J.) Synopsis of the History and Cure of Venereal Diseases, 8vo. A. Millar, 6s.

Arnold's (R.) Visit. Sermon at Leicester, 22d April, T. Payne, 6d.

Arrowsmith's (Edw.) Sermon before the Ld. Mayor Jan. 31, 1737, E. Comyns, 6d.

Artless (The) Muse; Six Poetical Essays, D. Farmer, 1s.

Art of Life, Mess. Gilliver and Clarke, 6d.

Astrue's Treatise of the Venereal Disease, with a View of the Writings upon this Head, translated into English, 2 Vols. Innys, 8vo, &c. 10s.

Atkinson's (B. A.) Four Discourses, with an Appendix in relation to the Moral Philosopher, D. Farmer, 1s. 6d.


Bacchus and Venus: Or, A Collection of near 200 Songs and Sketches in Love and Gallantry, 12mo. R. Montagu, 1s.

Bailey's Universal English Dictionary, a new Edit. D. Midwinter, 7s.

Baker's Medulla Poetarum Romanorum: Or, The most beautiful Passages of the Roman Poets, 2 Vol. Mess. Pemberton, &c. 12s.

Batchelor of Salamanca: Or, Memoirs of Don Cherubim de la Ronda, 3 Parts, 12mo. C. Hitch, G. Hawkins, 3s.

Bayne's (D.) Essay on the Nerves, &c. Innys. 2s. 6d.

Bearcroft's Historical Account of Tho. Sutton, Esq; and of his Foundation in the Charter-House, Mess. Knapton and Birt, 5s.

Beauties (The) of the English Stage: Consisting of Passages, Soliloquies, Similies, Descriptions, and other Poetical Beauties, in the English Plays, Ancient and Modern, 2 Vols. 12mo. C. Corbett, &c. 5s.

Bellamy's (Dan.) Christian School-Master: Or, Abstract of Scripture History, 2 Parts, S. Birt, J. Hodges, 1s.

Berriman's (Dr.) Sermon before the Sons of the Clergy, 21 April, 1737 C. Rivington, 6d.

Bickham's Musical Entertainer, J. Harper, each No 6d.

Biographia Britannica: Or, Select Lives of Eminent Men, 5 Vols. E. Curt, 1l. 10s.

Blackwell's (Mrs.) Herbal, Vol. 1. S. Harding {no price}

Boerhave's Elements of Chymistry abridg'd, with the Cuts and Explanations contained in the Original, 8vo. C. Rivington, 6s.

Bolder's Help to Devotion, R. Hett, 1s. 6d.

Boston's (Tho.) Sermons on the Wisdom of God, 3s.

Bourn's (Sam.) Christian Family Prayer Book, 12mo. R. Ford, 2s.

Boyd's (Mrs.) Female Page. A Novel, O. Payne, 4s.

Boyer's French Grammar, a new Edit. D. Midwinter, 2s.

Bracken's (Hen.) Midwife's Companion: Or, A Treatise of Midwifry, &c. J. Clark and J. Shugburgh, 2s. 6d.

Bracken's Farriery improv'd: A Compleat Treatise of the Art, with an Account of the Drugs, &c. used therein, J. Shugburgh, 6s.

Bracken's Gentleman's Pocket Farrier, with Addit. and Remarks, T. Astley, 1s.

Breval's (John) Remarks on Sicily, Naples, Rome, &c. 2 Vols, H. Lintott, 2l. 12s. 6d.

Breval's Rape of Helen: A Mock Opera, J. Wilford, 1s.

Bridges of Divine Wisdom and Providence, 2d Edit. J. Roberts, 1s.

Brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, T. Sowle, 2s.

British Librarian, T. Osborne, each No. 1s.

Broome's (W.) Sermon at the Assizes in Norwich, August 8 1737, S. Birt, 6d.

Broughton's (Tho.) Bibliotheca Historica Sacra: Or, An Historical Library, of Religion antient and modern, Vol. 1. S. Austen, 1l. 10s.

Broughton's Christian Soldier: Or, Duties of a Christian Life recommended to the Army. A Sermon preach'd in the Tower Chapel, C. Rivington, 6d.

Browne's (Will.) Benefit and Comfort of Christian Revelation, a Sermon at Edinburgh, J. Davidson, {no price}

Buchanani (G.) Scoti Poetarum, J. Davidson. {no price}

Buchanani de Medi Templo Logica; in Usum Juventutis Philosophiam, Studentis, T. Waller, 2s.

Buchanani Psalmorum Paraphrasis nova Editio cum Variorum notis, J. Davidson, 7s. 6d.

Bundy's (Rich.) Roman History, with Notes Historical, &c. Illustrated with Maps, Copper Plates, Medals, &c. Vol. 6th, A. Millar, 1l. 10s.

Bunyan's Works, Vol. 2d, Folio, A. Ward, &c. {no price}

Burnet's (Tho.) Scripture Doctrine of the Redemption of the World, &c. C. Hitch, 1s. 6d.

Burnet's (Gilb.) Defence of Natural and Revealed Religion: Being an Abridgment of the Sermons, at Boyle's Lecture, with a General Index, 4 Vols. Mess. Bettesworth and Hitch, 1l. 4s.

Burnet's Travels, a new Edit. G. Anderson, 3s.

Burroughs's (Jos.) Sermon on New-Year's-Day, J. Noon, 6d.

Bysshe's (Edw.) Art of English Poetry, 2 Vols. 11th Edit. 12mo. 5s.


Carleton's (Geo.) Sermons at the Royal Chapel of White-hall, 8vo. W. Parker, 5s.

Cases adjudged in the Court of King's Bench and C. Pleas, from the Second, to the End of the Reign of K. Will. the 3d, H. Lintott, 1l. 10s.

Catcott's Answer to the Observations on a Sermon at Bristol, Mess. Knapton, 1s.

Calliope: A Collection of Favourite Songs, engrav'd, J. Roberts, each No. 4d.

Chamberlayne's Present State of Great Britain, 33d Edit. 6s.

Champion's Practical Arithmetick, 4s.

Chapman's (Edm.) Reply to Mr Douglass's Account of Midwifry, T. Cooper, 1s.

Characters and Properties of true Charity display'd, translated from the original French, 8vo. C. Davis, 3s. 6d.

Charge delivered to the Clergy of Litchfield and Coventry, in 1735, 1736. By the Bishop of that Diocese, Mess. Knapton, {no price}

Chubb's Equity and Reasonableness of the Divine Conduct, in pardoning Sinners upon their Repentance, &c. T. Cox, 1s. 6d.

Church of England's Complaints to the Parliament and Clergy, &c. J. Torbuck, 1s.

Church of England turned Dissenter, T. Cooper, 1s.

City Charters of Bristol, Knapton, 9s.

City Farce, J. Roberts, 1s.

City Liberties, 2d Edit. Mess. Fox, 3s. 6d.

Clare's (M.) Youth's Introduction to Trade and Business, {no price}

Clark's (Dr.) Sermon at Winchester, 2d Edit. J. Pemberton, 6d.

Clergy's Plea for Quakers Tithes, examined, T. Cooper, 1s.

Clergy's Plea for a settled Maintenance, examined by Philalethes, T. Cooper, 1s.

Clerk's Associate: Containing an Account of the High Court of Chancery, R. Gosling, E. Littleton, J. Worrall, 2s.

Codex no Christian, N. Lloyd, 6d.

Coke's (Ld.) Commentary on Littleton, 12th Edit. R. Gosling, H. Lintott, J. Worrall, 1l. 10s.

Collection of Forms of Prayer, 3d Edit. J. Hutton, 6d.

Collection of Welsh Travels, J. Torbuck, 1s. 6d.

Collection of Protests, from 1641, to 1737, W. Webb, 6s.

Collection of Novels, T. Cooper, 2s. 6d.

Collection of 300 French Songs, Roycaroll, 3s.

Colliber's Known God: Or, The Author of Nature unveil'd, &c. R. Robinson, 1s.

Collyer's (J.) English Spelling Book, 5th Edit. S. Birt, 1s.

Compendious History of the Reformation in France, Vol. 1. H. Chapel, 5s.

Compendious History of the Indian Wars, 12mo. T. Cooper, 2s. 6d.

Compendium Syntaxis Erasmianae, 6th Edit. Mess. Bonwicke, 6d.

Compleat Attorney's Practice in English, in the Court of King's Bench and Common Pleas, 2 Vols. 8vo. F. Clay, H. Lintott, J. Worrall, 10s. 6d.

Compleat English Tradesman, 4th Edit. C. Rivington, 5s.

Compleat Collection of old and new English and Scotch Songs, 4 Pocket Vols. 12mo. J. Clarke, 4s.

Compleat Family Piece, &c. 2d Edit. A. Bettesworth, &c. 3s. 6d.

Conscientious Nonconformity considered and defended, J. Noon, 1s.

Considerations upon lowering Interest, (being for the Reduction), J. Purser, 6d.

Considerations upon lowering Interest, (being against the Reduction), J. Roberts, 6d.

Contrast: (The) Or, The Man of Honour, J. Morgan, 1s.

Cooke's (John) Sermons publish'd from the Original MSS. 2 Vols. 8vo. C. Cave, 10s.

Country Magazine, 8vo. publish'd monthly, J. Read, each 6d.

Country Parson's Advice to his Parishioners, B. Motte, 1s. 6d.

Cowper's (Will.) Anatomy of human Bodies, with curious Figures drawn after the Life, Fol. Mess. Innys and Manby, 5l. 5s.

Cowper on the Muscles, T. Cox, 4l. 4s.

Craftsman, 7 Additional Vols. 12mo. R. Franklyn, 1l. 1s.

Craig's (Jam.) Sermons on several Occasions, at Edinburgh, J. Davidson {no price}

Crimen Peculatus: Or, The Pseudo-Patriots, Wilford, 1s.

Crosby's (Tho.) History of the English Baptists, Vol. 1. A Ward, 5s.

Cruden's (Alex.) Concordance to the Holy Scriptures, R. Hett, 18s.

Cur and the Lap Dog. A Poem, J. Brindley, 6d.

Cure of Deism, 2 Vols. 2d Edit. 8vo. Innys, 10s.


Dale (S.) Pharmacologia, 3d Edit. 4to. Innys, 12s.

Dangerous Consequences of Luxury, &c. T. Cooper, 1s.

Daniel's Poetical Paraphrase upon some select Psalms, &c. J. Fisher, 2s.

D'Anois's Tales of the Fairies, 3 Vols. 3d Edit. R. Ware, 7s. 6d.

D'Anvers's Abridgment, Fol. Vol. 3d, T. Waller, J. Worrall, 16s.

Davis's (John) Essay on the Art of Decyphering, with Dr Wallis's Discourse on that Subject, Mess. Gilliver and J. Clarke, 1s. 6d.

Deering's improved Method of treating the Small Pox, C. Rivington, {no price}

De la Garde's (M.) Adventures of 300 Years between Prince Friolo and Princess Clelia, C. Corbett, 1s.

Denne's (John) Sermon before the H. of Commons, 11th of June, 1737, Mess. Pemberton, 6d.

Description of China, E. Cave, each No. 1s.

Dialogue between a Baptist and a Church-man, 6d.

Directory for the Year 1737, H. Kent, 6d.

Diseases of the Bath. A Satire, Folio, J. Roberts, 1s.

Dissertation on the Liberty of the Subject in Great Britain, J. Roberts, 1s.

Defence of the Moral Philosopher, J. Roberts, 6d.

Defoe's Plan of English Commerce, 2d Edit. C. Rivington, 5s.

Defence of M. Chauvelin, late Keeper of the Seals in France, J. Roberts, 6d.

Distress'd Fair: Or, The Happy Unfortunate, T. Cooper, 1s.

Distress'd Poet represented; a Print by Mr Hogarth, T. Bakewell, 3s. 6d.

Divine Recreations, C. Rivington, each Part, 6d.

Doctor Codex, no Christian, Lloyd, 1s.

Doddridge's Sermon at Northampton, on the Death of Children, R. Hett, 6d.

Doddridge's Ordination Sermon, R. Hett, 1s.

Dodsley's (R.) King and the Miller of Mansfield, a Dramatick Tale, 8vo. T. Cooper, R. Dodsley, 1s.

Domat's Civil Law in its natural Order, by Dr Strahan, 2 Vol. 2d Edition with Additions (the Additions sold alone.) G. Strahan, 2l. 5s.

Dougharty's (John) General Gauger, 5th Edit. Knapton, 2s. 6d.

Douglass's (John) Dissertation on the Venereal Disease, sold by the Author in Lad Lane, 1s.

Douglass's Dissert. on the Venereal Disease, Part 2d, sold by the Author, 1s. 6d.

Dragon of Wantley. A Burlesque Opera. J. Shugburgh, 6d.

Drayton's (Mich.) England's Heroical Epistles, 2d Edit. J. Hazard, 3s.

Drury's Rival Milliners, a Pastoral, 8vo. G. Spavan, 1s.

Duck's (Steph.) Vision. A Poem, on the Death of Q. Caroline, J. Roberts, 6d.

Dudgeon's (Will.) Letters to the Rev. Mr Jackson, Mess. Knapton, 1s.

Dyche's (Tho.) Guide to the English Tongue, R. Ware, 1s.

Dyche's Spelling Dict. enlarged, R. Ware, 1s. 6d.


Earle's (Jab.) Sermon at Merchants Lecture, at Salters-hall, December 28, 1736, R. Ford, 6d.

Elwall's true and sure Way to remove Hirelings out of the Church, J. Noon 1s.

England's black Tribunal, 6th Edit. C. Rivington, 5s.

England's (Geo.) Enquiry into the Morals of the Antients, Mess. Bettesworth and Hitch, 9s.

English Gentleman's Guide: A Book of Maps, P. Overton {no price}

English Memorial to obtain Right and Property, 6d.

Enquiries concerning the Angelick Worlds, R. Hett, 4s.

Enquiry into the Law of Nature and Revelation, &c. J. Noon, 1s. 6d.

Enquiry into the Meaning of Demoniacks in the New Testament, J. Roberts, 1s.

Enquiry (A farther) J. Roberts, 1s. 6d.

Enquiry into the Right of Mankind, to Debate freely, concerning Religion, C. Davis, G. Hawkins, 5s.

Epigrams on the A. Bp. of Canterbury, &c. G. Strahan, 6d.

Epistle to Mr Pope, J. Brindley, C. Corbett, 1s.

Epistle, &c. with the Character of three great Quacks, M——p, T——r, and W——d, J. Jones, 6d.

Epistle to Mr Pope, from S. Carolina, 1s.

Essay on Christ's Fear of Death, &c. J. Roberts, 6d.

Essay on Conversation, L. Gilliver, 1s.

Essay on Parties and a Free Government, in the Character of an antient Trimmer, W. Warner, 1s.

Essay on Religion, 2d Edit. J. Roberts, 1s. 6d.

Essay on the Sinking Fund, 2d Edit. J. Peele, 1s. 6d.

Essay to Ascertain the Value of Leases, Annuities, &c. S. Birt, 5s.

Essay on Happiness, J. Walthoe, 1s.

Essay towards vindicating the Literal Sense of Demoniacks in the N. Test. J. Bettenham, 1s. 6d.

Essay on the Vicious Bent of the Times, J. Roberts, 1s.

Every Man his own Lawyer, 2d Edit. enlarged, C. Corbett, 5s.

Eugenio: A Poem inscrib'd to Mr Pope, R. Dodsley, 1s.

Eunuch: Or, The Darby Captain. A Farce, J. Applebee, 1s.

Examination of a Book lately Printed by the Quakers, entituled, A brief Account of many of the Prosecutions of the People called Quakers, J. Roberts, 1s. 6d.

Exercises performed, at a Visitation of the Grammar School of Bristol, 1s. 6d.


Faithful Narrative of the surprizing Conversion of many Hundred Souls in New England, 1s.

False P—-t's Confession: Or, B———ke's Address to Ambition, R. Charlton, 6d.

Family Companion for Health: Or, Easy Rules, which being followed, will keep Families from Diseases, &c. C. Rivington, 5s.

Fatal Consequences of domestick Divisions in the Families or Princes, W. Lloyd, 1s.

Felton's (Hen.) Scripture Doctrine of the Resurrection, in Two Sermons at Oxford, July 25, and Nov. 21, 1736, B. Motte, 1s.

Female Gaper, a Print, 6d.

Female Fumbler. A Tale, with a curious Frontispiece, G. Foster, 6d.

Fenton's Translation of Placete's Death of the Righteous, 2 Vols. 12mo. E. Littleton, 5s.

Fenwick's (Geo.) Sermon at Hallaton, on Occasion of the Small Pox, T. Longman, 6d.

Fenwick's Help for the Sincere, in plain Meditations, &c. T. Longman, 2s. 6d.

Fisher's (Geo.) Instructor: Or, Young Man's best Companion, 4th Edition much enlarged, Bettesworth, 2s. 6d.

Fleetwood's (Bp.) Sermons, Tracts, &c. Fol. 1l. 5s.

Folly. A Poem, T. Cooper, 1s.

Form of the Ceremonial, at the Interment of Q. Caroline, J. Roberts, 3d.

Fortescue de Laudibus Legum Anglia, translated into English, with Mr Selden's Notes, Fol. R. Gosling, J. Worrall, 15s.

Foster's (Sam.) Answer to Dr Stebbing's true State of the Controversy with Mr. Foster, J. Noon, 6d.

Foster's Sermons, Vol. 2d, J. Noon, 5s.

Fothergill's (Geo.) Sermon at Oxford, Jan 3, 1737, J. Roberts, 6d.

Fra. Cipolla, alias, Father Onion, a Tale in Boccace, T. Read, 1s.

Fritch's Art of Painting, No. I. J. Huggonson, 1s.


Gallantries of the Spaw in Germany, 2 Vols. 2d Edition, with or without Cuts, Ward and Chandler, 5s. 6s.

Gardener's Survey, improv'd, Bettesworth, 2s. 6d.

Gay's Poems, 2 Vols. a new Edition, H. Lintott, 5s.

General Dictionary, each No. 3s. 6d.

General Index to the Law, F. Clay, J. Worrall, 12s.

Gentleman's and Builder's Repository: Or, Architecture display'd, J. Hodges, 10s.

Gentleman's Magazine, publish'd Monthly, E. Cave, each Month, 6d.

Gentleman's Magazine: Or, Monthly Oracle, J. Hodges, each Month, 6d.

Genuine Dialogue; facetious and pathetic, by the Author of the Curious Maid, J. Roberts, 1s.

Genuine Epistles of the Apostolical Fathers, by Will. L. Archbishop of Canterbury, 4th Edit. Hitch, Innys, Longman, 6s.

Geography for Children, E. Littleton, J. Hawkins, 1s. 6d.

Gill's (John), Answer to the Bromingham Dialogue Writer, A. Ward, 6d.

Glover's Leonidas. A Poem, 4to R. Dodsley, 10s. 6d.

Godfrey's (Boyle) Miscellaneous Experiment on Various Subjects, J. Robinson, 2s.

Golden (The) Fleece, 3d Edit. J. Roberts, 1s.

Goodwin's (Peter) Sermon on the Death of the Reverend Mr Samuel Bruce, M. A., J. Oswald, 6d.

Gordon's Tacitus, 4 Vols. 8vo. T. Woodward, 1l. 4s.

Gordon's Two Essays, explaining the Hieroglyphical Figures belonging to the Mummy of Capt. Letbieullier and Dr Mead, J. Millar, 4s.

Gould's Innocence distress'd: Or, The Royal Penitents: A Tragedy, T. Longman, 1s. 6d.

Greaves's Miscellaneous Works, 2 Vols. 8vo. publish'd by Tho. Birch, J. Brindley, C. Corbett, 12s.

Green's (Mat.) Spleen. A Poem, A. Dodd, 1s.

Green's (John) Unreasonableness of going on in Sins, &c. J. Buckland, 4d.

Greenwood's Royal English Grammar, 12mo. J. Nourse, 2s.

Grey's (R.) Method of Artificial Memory, 2d Edit. 3s. 6d.

Grey's new Method of Learning Hebrew without Points, J. Stagg, 6s.

Grove's (Hen.) Letter to the Rev. Mr John Ball, on his late Pamphlet, entituled, Some Remarks on a new Way of Preaching, J. Gray, 4d.

Grove's Sermon on the Death of the Rev. Mr Robert Darch, J. Gray 6d.

Guarini's Pastor Fido. To which is added, La Idropica, a Comedy, adorned with above 20 Cuts, H. Chapelle, {no price}


Hadfield's (Dr.) Sermon at an Ordination, J. Davidson 6d.

Happiness. A Poem, J. Wilford, 1s.

Harrington's Oceana, and other Works, a new Edit. A. Millar, 1l. 1s.

Harris's (W.) Nature of the Lord's Supper considered, in 4 Discourses at Salter's-hall, J. Noon, and R. Ford, {no price}

Harris's Sermon, Aug. 1, 1737, R. Ford, 6d.

Harte's (Walt.) Sermon before the University at Oxford, 27 Feb. Gilliver, 6d.

Hartly's Two Discourses recommending Prayer and Charity, Mess. Gyles and Whiston 1s.

Hawksmoor's Proposals, for a Bridge at Westm. {no price}

Heads of the most illustrious Persons of Great Britain, Knapton, each, 1s.

Health. A Poem: Shewing how to Procure, Preserve and restore it, 5th Edit. J. Roberts, 1s.

Henley's (J.) Select Orations on Various Subjects, A. Dodd, 1s.

Hermes Romanus, 6th Edit. augm. R. Ware, 1s.

Heroditus's Egyptian and Graecian History, translated from the Greek, by Isaac Littleton, 3d Edit. 2 Vols. 10s.

Hewit's Tutor for the Beaus, Chandler, 1s. 6d.

High-flown, Episcopal, and Priestly Claims, freely Examined, J. Noon, 6d.

Hint: (The) Or, A Free Thought or Two, T. Cooper, 4d.

Historical Register of all the Transactions, foreign and domestick, publish'd Quarterly, T. Cooper, each, 1s.

Historical View of the Court of Exchequer, by a late Learned Hand, T. Waller, 3s. 6d.

Historical Register: Or, Eurydice hiss'd. A Dramatick Satire, J. Roberts, 1s. 6d.

Histori-Geographical Description of the North and Eastern Parts of Europe and Asia, Innys, 15s.

History of Clorana the Beautiful Arcadian, T. Cooper, 2s. 6d.

History of the Incarnation, Life, Doctrine, &c. of our Saviour Jesus Christ, &c. with 33 Copper Plates, Bettesworth and Hitch, 1l. 5s.

History of Marshal Turenne, 2 Vols. 8vo. T. Woodward, 12s.

History and Practice of the Court of Common Pleas, by a late Learned Judge, Mess. Ward and Chandler, J. Worrall, 4s.

History of the Works of the Learned, publish'd Monthly, T. Cooper, each, 1s. 6d.

Hoadley's (Sam.) Accidence, in Question and Answer, 9th Edit. T. Astley, 1s. 6d.

Hodgson on Fluxions, W. Mount. {no price}

Honest Country Quaker's Plea for Non-payment of Tithes, J. Roberts, 4d.

Hoppus's (E.) Gentleman's and Builder's Repository: Or, Architecture display'd, 4to. J. Hodges, 10s.

Hoppus's Practical Measuring made easy, 2d Edit. improved, E. Wicksteed, M. Steen, 2s.

Hoppus's Country Builder's Estimator: Or, Architect's Companion, J. Hodges, 1s. 6d.

Howell's (Jam.) Familiar Letters, 10th Edit. 5s.

Hull's Description of a new Machine for carrying Ships out of, or into any Harbour against Wind and Tide, &c. T. Boreman, 6d.

Hume's (Jam.) Scripture History of the Jews, 2 Vols. 8vo. J. Davidson, 8s.

I. J.

Jacob's (H.) Donna Clara to her Daughter Teresa; an Epistle, W. Lewis, 6d.

Jacob's (Giles) Gentleman's Law, 2d Edit. T. Waller, 4s. 6d.

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Whitefield's (G.) Sermon preached at Bristol, C. Rivington, 6d.

Whitefield's Nature and Necessity of Religious Society, 6d.

Whitefield's Sermon on Self-Denial, J. Hutton, 6d.

Wilkin's (a Dav.) Concilia Magnae Britanniae, & Hiberniae: A Synodo Verolamiensi, A. D. 446, ad Londinensem A. D. 1717. Accedunt Constitutionis, &c. 4 Vol. Folio, R. Gosling, F. Gyles, T. Woodward, C. Davis, 7l.

Wilkinson's (Geo.) Sermon, December 13, 1736, at the Charter-house Chapel, on Commemoration of the Founder, T. Cooper, 6d.

Wingfield's (Tho.) Defence of the Plain Account of the Lord's Supper, E. Comins, 1s. 6d.

Woodcock's (John) Measuring compleated, by a new Set of Decimal Tables, J. Oswald, J. Brindley, 2s. 6d.

Worth of Liberty considered in a Letter to a Member of the House of Commons, upon a Question, how far the late Acts against Spirituous Liquors may effect the Properties of all the People, J. Wilford, 6d.

Wright's (Dr.) Serm. in the Old Jewry, R. Hett, 6d.

Wyld's (S.) Practical Surveyor, 2d Edition, H. Lintott, 2s. 6d.



Yae—-ough, a Print that inclines Persons to the same Disposition, T. Bakewell, 6d.

Year of Wonders, by S——n D——k, 6d.

Young's (Dr.) Love of Fame, the universal Passion, 3d Edition, C. Hitch, 3s. 6d.


Zenger's (J. P.) Tryal, who was acquitted for Printing and Publishing a libel against the Government, J. Wilford, 1s.





NAMES and Places of Abode, of the several Booksellers, Printsellers, &c. mentioned in this CATALOGUE.


Amey, Charing Cross.

Applebee, Boult Court, Fleet Street.

Astley, St Paul's Church Yard.

Austen, St Paul's Church Yard.


Bakewell, Fleet Street, seeing White Fryars.

Basket, King's Printer, Black Fryars.

Bathurst, see Motte.

Bettenham, St John's Lane, near Hicks's-Hall.

Bettesworth and Hitch, in Pater-Noster-Row.

Birt, in Ave-Maria-Lane, Ludgate Street.

Bonwick, St Paul's Church Yard.

Boreman, near Child's Coffee House, St Paul's.

Brindley, New Bond Street.

Buckland, Pater-Noster-Row, near St Paul's.


Cave, St John's Gate, near Clerkenwell.

Chappelle, near Grosvenor-square.

Charlton, Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange.

Chrichley, Charing Cross, near Scotland Yard.

Clark (J.) under the Royal Exchange.

Clark (J.) Duck Lane, Smithfield.

Clark, see Gilliver.

Clay, without Temple Bar, near Devereux Court.

Cogan, Middle-Temple-Gate, Fleet Street.

Comins, under the Royal Exchange.

Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row.

Corbett, facing St Dunstan's Church, Fleet Street.

Cox, under the Royal Exchange.

Cruden, under the Royal Exchange.

Curl, Rose Street, Covent Garden.

Chandler, see Ward.


Davidson, Poultry, near Stock's Market.

Davis, Pater-Noster-Row.

Dickenson, Fleet Street, near Shoe Lane.

Dodd, without Temple Bar.

Dodsley, Pall-Mall, near St James's Street.

Downing, Bartholomew Close, Little Britain.


Farmer, in St Paul's Church Yard, near Cheapside.

Fisher, Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange.

Ford, Poultry, near Stock's Market.

Foster, St Paul's Church Yard.

Fox, Westminster Hall.

Franklyn, Russel Street, Covent Garden.


Garnet, at Sheffield.

Gibbons, near the Temple Church.

Gilliver and Clark, facing St Dunstan's Church in Fleet Street, and Westminster-Hall.

Gosling, Fleet Street, facing Fetter Lane.

Gray, Poultry, near Stock's Market.

Gyles, Holbourn, facing Gray's Inn.


Haines, Bow Street, Covent Garden.

Harding, St Martin's Lane, near Long Acre.

Harper, Fleet Street.

Hawkins (G.) between the Temple Gates, Fleet Street, and at Tunbridge Wells.

Hazard, facing Stationers Hall, Ludgate Street.

Hett, in the Poultry.

Hill, {no address}

Hitch, see Bettesworth.

Hodges, London Bridge.

Huggenson, Chancery Lane, facing Serjeant's Inn.

Hutton, without Temple Bar.


Jephson, Smithfield, near Hosier Lane.

Innys and Manby, Ludgate Street, near St Paul's.


Kent, in Finch Lane.

Knapton, Ludgate Street.


Leak, at Bath.

Lewis (J.) Bartholomew Close.

Lewis (W.) Russel Street, Covent Garden.

Lidiard, Smith's Square, Westminster.

Lintott, Fleet Street, facing St Dunstan's Church.

Littleton, Fleet Street, facing Clifford's Inn Lane.

Lloyd, Chancery Lane, near Fleet Street.

Longman, Pater-Noster-Row, near St Paul's.


Manby, see Innys.

Meadows, in Cornhill, near Birching Lane.

Mears, Ludgate Hill.

Mechell, Fleet Street.

Midwinter, St Paul's Church Yard.

Millan, Charing Cross, facing the Admiralty.

Millar, facing St Clement's Church in the Strand.

Montagu, Wild Street, near Drury Lane.

Morgan, {no address}

Moseley, Fleet Street, near Serjeant's Inn.

Motte, and Bathurst, Middle Temple Gate.

Mount, Tower Hill.


Noon, near Mercer's Chapel, Cheapside.

Nourse, without Temple Bar.


Osborne (Tho.) Gray's Inn, Holbourn.

Oswald, Poultry, near Stock's Market.

Overton, Fleet Street, facing Fetter Lane.


Parker (Edm.) in Lombard Street, near Stock's Market.

Parker (Will.) St Paul's Church Yard.

Payne (Olive) in New Round Court in the Strand.

Payne (T.) Bishopsgate's Street within.

Pemberton, facing St Dunstan's Church, Fleet Street.

Purser, White Fryars, Fleet Street.

Purser, in Bartholomew Close.


Read, White Fryars, Fleet Street.

Rivington, North Side of St Paul's Church Yard.

Roberts, Warwick Lane, Newgate Street.

Robinson (R.) St Paul's Church Yard, near Cheapside.

Robinson (J.) Tavistock Street, near Covent Garden.

Robinson (Jacob) next the one Tun in the Strand.


Shugburgh, Fleet Street, facing Chancery Lane.

Smith (G.) {no address}

Smith (W.) Lincoln's Inn Gate, Carey Street.

Sowle, George Yard, Lombard Street.

Stagg, Westminster Hall.

Steen, Inner Temple Lane.

Stone, Bedford Row.

Strahan, Cornhill, facing the Royal Exchange.

Symon, facing the Royal Exchange.


Tomson, facing Catherine Street in the Strand.

Torbuck, Clare Court, Drury Lane.

Trye, Holbourn, near Gray's Inn Gate.


Vincent, Ludgate Street, near St Paul's.


Waller, Temple Cloysters.

Walthoe, Cornhill, facing the Royal Exchange.

Ward and Chandler, without Temple Bar, at Scarborough, and York.

Ward (Aaron) Little Britain.

Ward (T.) {no address}

Ware, Amen Corner, near St Paul's.

Watts, Wild Court, near Lincoln's Inn Fields.

Webb, (i. e. T. C.) Pater-Noster-Row.

Whiston, Fleet Street, near Water Lane.

Wicksteed, Newgate Street, near Warwick Lane.

Wilford, behind the Chapter House, St Paul's Church Yard.

Wilmot, Oxford.

Woodward, Fleet Street, between the Temple Gates.

Worrall (John) in Bell Yard, near Lincoln's Inn.

Worrall (Tho.) Fleet Street, facing the Temple.

Wotton, Fleet Street, facing St Dunstan's Church.

Just published, in 2 neat Pocket Volumes, Price 6s. with Cuts, or 5s. without.

Les Amusemens de Spa: Or, the Gallantries of the Spaw in Germany. Containing the Nature of the several Springs, with the singular Virtues and Uses: The Reasons (besides that of drinking the Waters) why they are frequented by the People of the first Quality: The various Diversions and Amusements of the Place: Many secret Histories and Adventures of the Principal Persons resorting to it: Intermix'd with innumerable Strokes of the most refin'd Wit, Humour, Gaiety, &c. The Whole adorned with Thirteen Copper Plates finely engraved, representing the Town of Spaw, with the several Fountains, Cascades, Walks, and Avenues in the Neighbourhood of that celebrated Village. Translated from the Original French, Printed for Ward and Chandler.

{Transcriber's notes:

Several publishers of listed books do not appear in the list of publishers. The following list may be incomplete:

Book Publisher

Collection of 300 French Songs Roycaroll

Drury's Rival Milliners, a Pastoral G. Spavan

Essay on the Sinking Fund J. Peele

Steele's (Sir Rich.) Englishman W. Feales

Succinct History of Priesthood H. Goreham

Traveller's Guide: Or, Pocket Companion T. Millward

Spellings are not always consistent. In particular, the following variations in publishers' names have been noted:

Comyns/Comins, Huggonson/Huggenson, Lediard/Lidiard, Mechell/Mitchell, Shugburgh/Shuckburgh.

A few typographical errors have been corrected as follows:

"Budd's (Say.) Sermon in Snow Fields Meeting House" corrected to "Rudd's (Say.) Sermon in Snow Fields Meeting House"

"Tull's (Jeth.) Supplement to the Essay on Horse-hoing" corrected to "Tull's (Jeth.) Supplement to the Essay on Horse-shoing"

"Wyld's (S.) Practical Surveryor" corrected to "Wyld's (S.) Practical Surveyor"

"Waller, Temple Cloystlers" corrected to "Waller, Temple Cloysters"

"Webb, (i. e. T. C.) Paster-Noster-Row." corrected to "Webb, (i. e. T. C.) Pater-Noster-Row."



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