Puerilia: or, amusements for the young. Consisting of a collection of songs, adapted to the fancies & capacities of those of tender years, and taken from their usual Diversions and Employments; also on Subjects of a more elevated Nature. Divided into three parts, Viz. I. Songs for Little Misses. II. Songs for Young Masters. III. Songs on Divine Moral, and other, Subjects. The Two First intended to render their common Excercises useful Documents to insinuate Religious and Moral Principles; and the Third. to enlarge their Ideas and improve their Minds in the Knowledge of Divine and Humane Things. By John Marchant, Gent.
- Marchant, John, active 18th century.
- MDCCLI. 
Poems. A description of a shepherd; his going to sea and through various Scenes of Distress; being taken Prisoner and obliged to ransom his Vessel to save the Lives of his Crew. With observations on the town of Liverpool, Coming in from Sea. Description of his remarkable escape from shipwreck in the October gale, 1789, When One Hundred Sail of Shipping were cast away near Yarmouth Roads, and more than One Thousand Men were drowned. by Edward Anderson, many Years Master of the Jemima, in the Lisbon Trade.
- Anderson, Edward, active 18th century.