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A defence of the courage, honour, and loyalty of the Irish-nation. In answer to the scandalous reflections in the Free-Briton and others. With some extraordinary particulars relating to the battles of the Boyne and Aghrim, and the two sieges of Limerick, not to be met with in the histories of those times. Also of the bravery of the Irish at Benhurb, Cremona, Spires, Dettingen, Fontenay, &c. By Charles Forman, Esq;
- Forman, Charles, active 1728.
- MDCCLIV. 
A defence of the courage, honour and loyalty of the Irish-Nation. In answer to the scandalous reflections in the Free-Briton, and others. With Some extraordinary Particulars relating to the Battles of the Boyne and Aghrim, and the two Sieges of Limerick, not to be met with in the Histories of those Times. Also of The Bravery of the Irish at Benburb, Cremona, Spires, Dettingen, Fontenay, &c. By Charles Forman, Esq;
- Forman, Charles, active 1728.
- MDCCLXVII. 
The carpenter's pocket directory; containing, the best methods of framing timber buildings of all figures and dimensions, with their several parts, as floors; roofs in ledgment, their Lengths and Backings; trussed roofs, spires, and domes; Trussing-Girders, Partitions, and Bridges, with Abutments; Centering for Arches, Vaults, &c. cutting Stone Ceilings, Groins, &c. with their Moulds; Centers for drawing Gothic Arches, Ellipses, &c. &c. With the plan and sections of a barn. Engraved on twenty-four plates, with explanations, forming the most complete and useful Work of the Kind yet published. By William Pain, Architect and Carpenter, Author of the Practical Builder, and the Carpenter's and Joiner's Repository.
- Pain, William, 1730?-1790?.
- MDCCLXXXI. 
A young student's library or, A catalogue of books belonging to the late Mr. Lusher, of Pembroke Coll.Oxon. Consisting of 500 articles, in Greek, Latin, Italian, Spanish, French, and English. Being a collection of the most approv'd modern authors, in divinity, history, poetry, physick, voyages, travels, and other polite literature. With some very good editions of the classicks, and several very curious manuscripts. The whole to be sold by auction, in five nights, by Edmund Curll, bookseller, at his literatory, the two green spires, next door to Will's-Coffee-House, in Bow-street, Covent-Garden. The sale from 5 to 8 in the Evening; to being on Thursday next the 18th instant. Those ladies and gentlemen who cannot be present, shall have their commissions faithfully executed. Catalogues are deliver'd gratis, and the books and manuscripts may be view'd till the time of sale.
- Curll, Edmund, 1675-1747.
The Hibernian mirror. Containing I. A defence of the courage, honour, and loyalty of the Irish nation. In answer to the scandalous reflections in the Free-Briton and others. With some extraordinary particulars relating to the battles of the Boyne and Aghrim, the two sieges of Limerick, not to be met with in the histories of those times. Also of the bravery of the Irish at Benburb, Cremona, Spires, Dettingen, &c. II. The acts of that short session of Parliament held in Dublin, May 7, 1689, under K. James II. To which is prefix'd, the speech of the late King James at the opening of the said session. III. An appendix to the late King James Acts: containing an exact list of the lords spiritual and temporal and commons, who fate in the Parliament held in Dublin, in 1689. Also the preamble to the act for restoring the old proprietors to their estates, &c. as it passed the House of Commons. IV. A scheme, humbly offered to the consideration of the Parliament of Ireland, to make the inhabitants of that kingdom a happy and flourishing people, without interferring with any thing that might affect the people of England.
The present state of Germany. In two volumes. ... Giving an Account of, I. The Emperor and Electors, the Secular Princes, the Bishops, Abbots, &c. II. Memoir of the Family and Estates of the Prince of Orange. III. Memoir of the House of Saxe-Gotha. IV. Memoir of Holstein-Gottorp. V. Memoir of the Succession of Juliers and Berg. ... Giving an Account of, I. The Superior Nobility of the Empire, and of the Imperial and Free Cines. II. The Natural History of Germany, compared with That of other Countries, such as the Constitution, &c. of the People, the Extent, Climate, Soil, Commodities, Medicinal Springs and Baths, Mines and Pits, Coins, Precious Stones, Forests, Game, Rivers and Lakes of Germany. III. The Civil and Political State of the Empire; such as the Nature and Form of Government in the respective States, and Free Cities, Titles of Honour, the Laws of the Empire, the Diet thereof, the Supreme Chamber of Spires, &c. IV. The Moral State of the Empire, compar'd with that of other Countries; such as regards the Dispositions and Manners of the Germans; their Customs, Diversions, Virtues, Vices, Diseases, &c. In which is given the Character, Family, Court, Ministers, Interest and Alliances of every particular Prince; his Dominions, Forces, Revenues, Pretensions, Arms, Titles, Religion and Universities; with a List of the most Eminent Writers of each Country. The whole brought down to the present year 1738, and interspersed with political remarks, &c.
- M.DCC.XXXVIII. 
Memoirs of the late Marquis de Feuquieres, Lieutenant-General of the French army. Written for the instruction of his son. Being an account of all the wars in Europe, from the year 1672, to the year 1710. In which is given a Curious Relation of the Sieges undertaken, and Battles fought, in that Period of Time. Particularly of the Battles and Encounters of Woerden in 1672. Seneffe 1674. Zintzheim 1674. Hinsheim 1674. Mulchausen 1674. Colmar 1674. Altenheim 1675. Consarbrick 1675. Cassell 1677. St. Dennis in 1678. Walcourt 1689. Flerus 1690. Stafarda 1690. Leuse 1691. Steenkirk 1692. Spireback 1692. Landen, or Narwinden 1693. Marsaglia in 1693. Carpi 1701. Chiari 1701. Crostolo 1702. Luzara 1702. Fridlinguen 1702. Spires 1703. Donawert 1704. Hochstet 1704. Eckeren in 1705. Calcinato 1706. Cassano 1706. Turin 1706. Ramillies 1706. Castiglione 1706. Almanza 1707. Oudenard 1708. Malplaquet 1709. With historical and critical observations on every great Transaction; highly useful to all who would understand the Art of War. Pointing out, in several particular instances, the errors and misconduct of Louis XIV. the Duke of Savoy, the Prince of Orange, Count de Montecuculi, the Marshals de Crequi, Humieres, Catinat, Villeroy, Boufflers, Tallard, Marsin, Villars, the Dukes of Vendome and Feuillade, &c. With the Characters, Enterprizes, and Military Conduct of the said Generals; as also of the Marshal de Turenne, the Prince of Conde, the Duke of Luxemburgh, Prince Eugene, and the Duke of Marlborough. And likewise the Intrigues, Views and Characters of M. Colbert, M. Louvois, M. Pomponne, and M. Chamillard, Ministers of State to Louis XIV. Comprizing useful Reflections on the Views, Politicks and Interests of the several Potentates of Europe; together with a brief Character of each of the Sovereign Princes who reigned in that Space of Time. Translated from the French. ...
- Feuquières, Antoine de Pas, marquis de, 1648-1711.
- MDCCXXXVII. 
The young man's companion: or, Arithmetick made easie: With plain directions for a young man to attain to read and write true English, and short-hand. Likewise, easy rules for the measuring of board and timber, by the carpenter's plain-rule, and by fractions; with tables for such as have not learned arithmetick: and to compute the charge of building a house, or any part thereof. Also directions for measuring and plotting ... land, by Gunter's chain; and taking heights and distances by the quadrant, and triangle. The use of Gunter's line in measuring globes, bullets, walls, cones, spire-steeples, and barrels: with the art of dialling, and colouring w... within and without doors. Directions for dying stuffs: and the seven liberal arts explain'd. Together with a map of the globe of the earth and water, and Copernicus's description of the visible world. Also a map of England, and to know which are cities, and their distance from London. Choice monthly observations for gardening, planting, grafting, innoculating fruit-trees, and the best time to prune them; and the making wine of fruit: with experienced medicines for the poor. Inditing of letters to friends; and making bills, bonds, wills, and some other forms of law. Copies in verse, for a writing-school. Written by W. Mather, in a plain and easie stile, that a young man may attain the same without a tutor.
- Mather, W. active 1695.
The young man's companion: or, arithmetick made easy with plain directions for a young man to attain to read and write true English, with Copies in Verse for a Writing School, Indicting of Letters to Friends, Forms for making Bills, Bonds, Releaser, Wills, &c. Likewise, Easy Rules for the Measuring of Board and Timber, by the Carpenter's Plain-Rule, and by Fractions; with Tables for such as have not learned Arithmetick: And to compute the Charge of Building a House, or any Part thereof. Also Directions for Measuring, Guaging, and Plotting of Land by Gunter's Chain; and taking heights and distances by the Quadrant and Triangle. The Use of Gunter's Line in Measuring Globes, Bullets, Walls, Cones, Spire Steeples, and Barrels: With the Art of Dialling, and Colouring of Work within and without Doors. Directions for Dying of Stuffs, &c. Together with a Map of the Globe of the Earth and Water; and Copernicus's Description of the visible World. Also a Map of England; and to know which are Cities, and their Distance from London. Choice Monthly Observations for Gardening Planting, Grafting, Inoculating Fruit-Trees, and the best Time to Prune them; and the making Wine of Fruit: With experienc'd Medicines for the Poor. An Account of Curiosities in London and Westminster. Written by W. Mather, in a plain an easy Stile, that a a young Man may attain the same without a Tutor.
- Mather, W. active 1695.