The antient constitutions of the free and accepted masons, neatly engrav'd on copper plates. With a speech deliver'd at the Grand Lodge at York. Also a Speech of Edward Oakley, Architect, M. M. late Senior Grand Warden in Carmarthen, South Wales. Likewise A Prologue spoken by Mr. Mills, and an Epilogue spoken by a Mason's Wife, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane, on Friday the 27th Day of December, 1728. when was acted the Second Part of King Henry IV. To which is added, a curious collection of the most celebrated songs Celebrated Songs in Honour of Masonry, as they are Sung at all the Regular Lodges of the Antient and Honourable Fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons in Great Britain and Principality of Wales, &c.
- Drake, Francis, 1696-1771. Speech deliver'd to the worshipful and ancient society of free and accepted masons.
- M.DCC.XXXI. [-1734]
The grounds of a holy life: or The way by which many who were heathens, came to be renowned Christians; and such as are now sinners, may come to be numbered with saints; by little preaching. To which is added, Paul's speech to the Bishop of Cretia. As also, a true touch-stone or trial of Christianity. By Hugh Turford.
- Turford, Hugh, -1713.
- MDCCLXXXVIII. 
Observations on the dispute between the United States & France. Addressed by Robert Goodloe Harper, of South-Carolina, to his constituents, in May, 1797. To which is annexed, his speech, in Congress, on the foreign intercourse bill, in reply to Mr. Nicholas, Mr. Gallatin, and others. Delivered March 2, 1798.
- Harper, Robert Goodloe, 1765-1825.
- April, 1798
Columbia's legacy or, Washington's farewell address to his fellow-citizens on his retiring from the presidency of the United States. To which is added, his last speech in Congress, and his letter to the president, accepting the appointment of lieutenant-general of the armies of the United States.
- Washington, George, 1732-1799.
- M,DCCC.