Genuine anecdotes and amorous adventures of Sir Richard Easy, and Lady Wagtail: containing the History of the Polite World for the last five years; also including the tetes a tetes, intrigues, and connections of the Beaux Garcons and Demireps upon the ton; with their characters, dispositions, and pursuits. By a man of fashion.
- Man of fashion.
The old fashion farmer's motives for leaving the Church of England, and embracing the Roman Catholic faith; And his reasons for adhering to the same: together with an explanation of some particular points, misrepresented by those of a different persuasion; with an appendix, by way of antidote against all upstart new faiths: concluded with asking thirty plain questions.
- Old Fashion Farmer.
- Printed in the year M,DCC,LXXVIII. 
A short catechism: containing the principles of the Christian religion: With The Proofs Thereof, out of the Scriptures, In Words at length. Approved of for use of the charity-school, in Fashion-Street, Spittle-Fields.
- Charity School (Fashion Street, Spitalfields, London, England)
- Printed in the Year M.DCC.XVIII. 
[Sōmatographia anthrōpinē (romanized form)] Or a description of the body of man. With the practise of chirurgery, and the use of three and fifty instruments [by Ambroise Paré]. By artificiall figures representing the members, and fit termes expressing the same. Set forth either to pleasure or to profit those who are addicted to this study / [Alexander Read].
- Read, Alexander, 1586?-1641.