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The East-India gazetteer; containing particular descriptions of the empires, kingdoms, principalities, provinces, cities, towns, districts, fortresses, harbours, rivers, lakes, &c. of Hindostan, and the adjacent countries, India beyond the Ganges, and the eastern archipelago; together with sketches of the manners, customs, institutions, agriculture, commerce, manufactures, revenues, population, castes, religion, history, &c. of their various inhabitants
- Hamilton, Walter, M.R.A.S.
Index to records called, the originalia and memoranda on the Lord Treasurer's Remembrancer's side of the Exchequer: extracted from the records, and from the manuscripts of Mr. Tayleur, Mr. Madox and Mr. Chapman. Formerly officers in that office. Containing all the grants of abbey lands, and other property, granted by the crown, from the beginning of the reign of Henry VIII. to the end of Queen Ann. Also, inrollments of charters, grants, and patents to several religious houses; and to cities, brooughs, towns, companies, colleges, and other public institutions from the earliest period. Together with pleadings and proceedings relative to the tenures and estates of the nobility and gentry; commissions to survey manors, lands and tenements; [etc.] ...
- Jones, Edward, active 1771-1831.
The great historical, geographical, genealogical and poetical dictionary; being a curious miscellany of sacred and prophane history. Containing, in short, the lives and most remarkable actions of the patriarchs, judges, and kings of the Jews; of the apostles, fathers, and doctors of the church; of popes, cardinals, bishops, &c. ... Together with the establishment and progress both of religious and military orders, and the lives of their founders. As also, the fabulous history of the heathen gods and heroes. The description of empires, kingdoms, commonwealths, provinces, cities, towns, islands, mountains ... The whole being full of remarks and curious enquiries, for the illustration of several difficulties in theology, history, chronology and geography. Collected from the best historians, chronologers, and lexicographers ... but more especially out of Lewis Morery, D.D. his eighth edition corrected and enlarged by Monsieur Le Clerc; in two volumes in folio. To which are added, by way of
- Moréri, Louis, 1643-1680.
The sanitary condition of the City of London: being a letter to the Lord Ashley from the City Remembrancer, on the statements of the Sub-Committee of the Health of Towns Association; with the Sub-Committee's reply and Lord Ashley's letter [T. Beggs, secretary].
- Health of Towns Association (London, England)
Archaeologiae Atticae libri septem. Seaven books of the Attick antiquities. Containing the discription of the cities glory, government, division of the people, and townes within the Athenian territories, their religion, superstition, sacrifices,account of their year, a full relation of their judicatories
- Rous, Francis, 1615-
[On the "Observations" of Dr Hope, Medical Officer of Health for the City of Liverpool, upon the Report of their Inspector, Dr Reece, on "Smallpox and smallpox hospitals in Liverpool", and also on Dr Hope's previous report on smallpox in Liverpool, dated 31st December, 1903 / W.E. Knollys, Assistant Secretary, Local Government Board, Whitehall, 11 Aug. 1905. Addressed to the Town Clerk, Liverpool.].
- Knollys, William Edward.
The ancient and modern history of Nice : comprehending an account of the foundation of Marseilles : to which are prefixed descriptive observations on the nature, produce, and climate of the territory of the former city, and its adjoining towns : with an introduction, containing hints of advice to invalids, who, with the hope of arresting the progress of the disease, seek the renovating influuence of the salubrious climes / by I. B. Davis.
- Davis, John Bunnell, 1780-1824.
The history of Edinburgh : from its foundation to the present time. Containing a faithful relation of the publick transactions of the citizens; accounts of the several parishes; its governments, civil, ecclesiastical, and military; incorporations of trades and manufactures; courts of justice; state of learning; charitable foundations, &c. With the several accounts of the parishes of the Canongate, St. Cuthbert, and other districts within the suburbs of Edinburgh. Together with the antient and present state of the town of Leith, and a perambulation of divers miles round the city. With an alphabetical index. In nine books
- Maitland, William, 1693?-1757.
A geographical historie of Africa, written in Arabicke and Italian by Iohn Leo a More, borne in Granada, and brought vp in Barbarie. Wherein he hath at large described, not onely the qualities, situations, and true distances of the regions, cities, townes, mountaines, riuers, and other places throughout all the north and principall partes of Africa; but also the descents and families of their kings ... gathered partly out of his owne diligent obseruations, and partly out of the ancient records and chronicles of the Arabians and Mores. Before which, out of the best ancient and moderne writers, is prefixed a generall description of Africa, and also a particular treatise of all the maine lands and isles vndescribed by Iohn Leo. ... Translated and collected by Iohn Pory, lately of Goneuill and Caius College in Cambridge.
- Leo, Africanus, approximately 1492-approximately 1550.