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The description and use of a new astronomical instrument, for taking altitudes of the sun and stars at sea, without an horizon; together with an easy and sure method of observing the eclipses of Jupiter's satellites, or any other phoenomenon of the like kind, on ship-board; In order to determine the Difference of Meridians at Sea. To which are added, tables for computing the Times when the Eclipses of the First Satellite of Jupiter happen under the Meridian of London.
- Ward, William, active 1735.
A review of the military operations in North-America; from the commencement of the French hostilities on the frontiers of Virginia in 1753, to the Surrender of Oswego, on the 14th of August, 1756. Interspersed With various Observations, Characters, and Anecdotes; necessary to give Light into the Conduct of American Transactions in general; and more especially into the political Management of Affairs in New York. In a letter to a nobleman.
- Smith, William, 1728-1793.
- M.DCC.LVII. 
A review of the military operations in North-America, from the commencement of the French hostilities on the frontiers of Virginia in 1753, to the surrender of Oswego, on the 14th of August, 1756. Interspersed with various observations, characters, and anecdotes; necessary to give light into the conduct of American transactions in general; and more especially into the political management of affairs in New York. In a letter to a nobleman.
- Smith, William, 1728-1793.
- in the year. M,DCC,LVIII. 
The remarkable life of James Smith, a famous young highwayman, who was executed at Surbiton-Common, near Kingston upon Thames, on Thursday, the 9th day of September, 1756, for a robbery in Surrey. Containing a true and faithful narrative of all the robberies that he has, within a few years, committed in London, and in the Country, amounting to One Hundred and Six in Number, although he was not Twenty-Two Years of Age when he suffered. Written by himself, whilst under Sentence of Death in the Gaol at Kingston: And delivered to Mr. John Hammett, Keeper of the Country Gaol of Surry. Together with his Serious Reflections on a Future State; and several Letters, particularly One from a Methodist Teacher, &c. And to this paper is annex'd the dying words of John Lauder, Esq; who was executed at Pennenden-Heath, near Maidstone, in the County of Kent, on Monday, the 16th of August, 1756, for the Murder of William Brown, a Post-Boy.
- Smith, James, -1756.
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. By Adam Smith, L. L. D. and F. R. S. of London and Edinburgh: One of the Commissioners of His Majesty's Customs in Scotland; and Formerly Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Glasgow.
- Smith, Adam, 1723-1790.
- M.DCC.XCIII. 
Universities and their sons : history, influence and characteristics of American universities, with biographical sketches and portraits of alumni and recipients of honorary degrees / editor-in-chief, General Joshua L. Chamberlain ; introduction by W.T. Harris.
- Chamberlain, Joshua Lawrence, 1828-1914.