The family New Year's gift: or, A present for a son or a daughter; consisting of discourses on the duties of parents to children, husbands to wives, masters to servants; and children to parents, wives to husbands, servants to masters. With prayers proper for each discourse. By an eminent divine lately deceased.
- Fleetwood, William, 1656-1723.
Essays, relating to the conduct of life: upon the following subjects. Viz. On self government in general. Choice of a Wife. Choice of a Husband. Circumstances of Husband and Wife. Education of Children. The Station of Life eligible. The Friend and Pretended Friend. The Honest Man. Women and their Vices, with Instructions for their Behaviour. Beauty, and Beauties of the Mind. Single Life and Matrimony. Fortune and Chance. Prosperity and Adversity. Hope and Fear. Courage and Cowardise. Passion, and its Consequences. Slander, and its chief Causes. Thought. Flattery, and its Designs. Gentility. Virtue. The Man truly Great.
- Jacob, Giles, 1686-1744.
Andrew Savage of Portaferry, in the kingdom of Ireland, esq; and Patrick Savage his eldest son, a minor, by the said Andrew his father and next Friend, appellants. Godfrey Echlin, gentleman, administrator of Anne Echlin, otherwise Savage, deceas'd, his late wife, John Magill, gentleman, and Margaret his wife, executrix of Hugh Savage, her first husband, and executrix of Michael Benson, her second husband, and John Trotter, gentleman, respondents. The respondents case.
- Echlin, Godfrey.