A companion to Mr. Bullock's Museum. Containing a brief description of upwards of seven thousand natural and foreign curiosities, antiquities, and productions of the fine arts, collected principally at Liverpool, during several years of arduous research, and at an expence of upwards of twenty-two thousand pounds, and now open for public inspection, in the Great Room, no. 22, Piccadilly, London ... / [W. Bullock].
- Bullock, W. active 1808-1828.
The reasoning of Christ and his Apostles vindicated: in two parts. I. Being a defence of the argument from miracles, proving the Argument from Prophecy not necessary to a rational Defence of our Religion. II. Being a defence of the argument from prophecy, proving the Christian Scheme to have a rational Foundation upon the Prophecies of the Old Testament. In answer to a book intitled, The scheme of literal prophecy considered. By Thomas Bullock, M. A. Rector of North-Creak in Norfolk.
- Bullock, Thomas, 1693 or 1694-1760.