Record of prize mares that have gained honours in hunters' classes at shows in the United Kingdom, and of hunter brood mares and fillies approved by Editing Committee, with their produce to the year 1889, and all that is known of their antecedents, report of the London Show, 1889, with the awards of the premiums and honours to hunter brood mares & fillies, and a list of the thoroughbred stallions that gianed the premiums and gold medals offered by the Royal Agricultural Society of England, and the "Queen's premiums" offered by the Royal Commission on Horse Breeding, and at the Spring Show of the Royal Dublin Society. Vol. 3 / the Hunters' Improvement Society.
- Hunters' Improvement Society.
Hell upon earth: or the town in an uproar. Occasion'd by the late horrible scenes of forgery, perjury, street-robbery, murder, sodomy, and other shocking impieties. Of the Encrease of the Hempen Manufactory and the Decrease of the Woollen Manufactory; shewing that Goals and Gibbets are become as useful as Guards and Garisons, and Pillories as necessary as P-ns. Of Peoples being almost under the Necessity of carrying Pistols instead of Prayer-Books to their Parish Churches. A surprizing Account of the Numbers of People who Live by preparing and vending Liquors, and of those that Die by drinking them: With the vast plenty of Diseases and Doctors, and the great Scarcity of Physicians. An Account of Fox-Hunters, Peace-Hunters, Money Hunters, Men-Hunters, Whore-Hunters, Death-Hunters, Levee-Hunters, News-Hunters. Of the Subscribing Coffee-Mens pretty Project for printing their Customers Prittle Prattle. Of Lady B-is Necessary House being broke open and robb'd, as published in the Coffee-Mens Paper, with the strange Effect it had on a Scotch Subscribing Coffee-Man's Wife, who refunded her Breakfast upon reading the Relation.