The history of the reign of Queen Anne, digested into annals. Year the ninth. Containing A Full, Exact, and Impartial Account of all Affairs, Civil and Military, both at Home and Abroad, during the Year 1710. Particularly the Negotiations towards a Peace at Gertruydenberg; The Campaign in the Netherlands, with the Sieges of Douay, Bethune, St. Venant, and Aire; The Three Battles in Spain; The Descent on Languedoc; The Measures to secure the Neutrality in the Empire; The Rupture between the Ottoman Port and the Czar of Muscovy; The Seizure of Mr. Masucr and of the Grand Prior of France thereupon; The Consequences of Dr. Sacheverell's Tryal; Remarkable Addresses on both Sides; Reason for and against the late Changes in the Ministry, and Calling a New Parliament; Full Account of the Proceedings of the latter; And the Remarkable Occurrences of the Year 1710.
- Boyer, Abel, 1667-1729.
Discourses on public occasions in America. By William Smith, D. D. Provost of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. The second edition. Containing, I. Sundry discourses during the ravages of the French and Indians, preached with a View to the explaining the Importance of the Protestant Cause in the British Colonies, and promoting a general Zeal for their Defence. II. A Thanksgiving-Discourse from Exod. xv. 1. on the Reduction of Louisbourg, and Success of the Campaign 1758. III. * A Discourse in two Parts, from Ps. ii. 8. concerning the Conversion of the Heathen-Americans, and final Propagation of Christianity and the Sciences to the Ends of the Earth. Part I. Preached before a voluntary Convention of Episcopal Clergy at Philadelphia, May 2d, 1760. Part II. Preached at the first anniversary Commencement in the College there. IV. * A Discourse from 1 Kings, viii. 13, 27, 57, 60. at the Opening of St. Peter's Church, Philadelphia, Sept. 4th, 1761. V. Two Funeral Discourses. With an appendix containing, I. *A letter to a clergyman on the Frontiers of Pennsylvania, on Braddock's defeat; concerning the Duty of Protestant Ministers in Times of Public Danger. II. An Address to the Colonies, on opening the Campaign, 1758. III. * A General Idea of the College of Mirania, and the Method of teaching Religion and Science therein; first published as a plan for a College in New-York, in the Year 1753. IV. An Account of the College and Academy of Philadelphia. V. A Charge to the first Graduates in the said College. VI. A Philosophical Meditation and Address to the Supreme Being.
- Smith, William, 1727-1803.
- M.DCC.LXII.