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A sermon preached in Lambeth-Chapel, at the consecration of the Right Reverend Fathers in God, Edward Lord Bishop of Chichester, and William Lord Bishop of Bristol, on Sunday, October the 18th, 1724. By James Hargraves, M. A. Rector of East-Hoadly in the County of Sussex, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty. Publish'd by Order of His Grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury.
- Hargraves, James, -1741.
This day was published, number 1. A new edition, (being the fourth) of A complete collection of state-trials, And Proceedings For High Treason, And Other Crimes And Misdemeanours: Commencing With The Eleventh Year of the Reign of King Richard II. And Ending With The Sixteenth Year of the Reign of King George III. To which is prefixed, a new preface, by Francis Hargrave, Esq. London, printed by T. Wright: for J. and F. Rivington, L. Davis, T. Longman, W. Owen, T. Cadell, M. Folingsby, T. Lowndes, B. Law, J. Wilkie, R. Horsfield, M. Hingeston, S. Bladon, T. Carnan, and the rest of the Proprietors: and sold by G. Kearsly; also by all the booksellers in town and country. Conditions. I. This Work will be printed in a handsome Manner on a Demy Paper; and will be comprised in Two Hundred and Ten Numbers, making Six Volumes in Folio. If it should exceed that Quantity, the Overplus will be given Gratis. II. Each Number containing Six Sheets, Price One Shilling, will be published Weekly. III. As it is proposed to print a List of the Subscribers in the last Number, it is requested that those who intend to become Purchasers, will send their Names and Address to Mr. Kearsly, in Fleet-Street, London; Mr. Fletcher, at Oxford; Mess. Fletcher and Hodson, at Cambridge; Mr. Cadell, in Bristol; Mrs. Lynch, in Dublin; or their respective Booksellers. *** Great Part of the Work being already printed, the Purchasers may depend upon the Regularity of its Publication. When the Whole is finished, the Price will be considerably raised to Non-Subscribers.