A dialogue between the proud horse, the tame lion, and Crab the master's cudgel, as they lay together one night in a stable near Mentz in Germany: with some historical particulars. Written by the lion himself, and printed in the Westminster Journal of November the 5th, 1743.
Gun. Lost this morning a gun, silver-mounted, gold pan and touch-hole, maker's name "Jover, Long-Acre;" it is a half-stock gun with I B in a cypher, and a whalebone ram-rod. Whoever will bring it to Mr. Willmot Duckett's farm, or Mr. Bannister, Red Lion, Tottenham, shall have one guinea reward.
- Duckett, Willmot.
An authentic account of an embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of China; including cursory observations made, and information obtained in travelling through that ancient empire, and a small part of Chinese Tartary / Together with a relation of the voyage undertaken on the occasion of His Majesty's ship the Lion, and the ship Hindostan, in the East India company's service, to the Yellow Sea and Gulf of Pekin; as well as of their return to Europe. Taken chiefly from the papers of His Excellency the Earl of Macartney ... Sir Erasmus Gower ... and of other gentlemen. In the several departments of the embassy. By Sir George Staunton.
- Staunton, George, Sir, 1737-1801.