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A complete history and development of all the extraordinary circumstances and events connected with the murder of Mr. Weare : together with the trial at large, including speeches of counsel, examination of evidence, defence, &c. &c. : a faithful picture of all the fashionable "modern hells" and "black-legs" of the metropolis with sketches of the principal individuals who frequent them, whether in the character of "Greeks" or "pigeons" : an exposition of the frauds practised, the immense sums won and lost, and the calamitous events to which this system of nefarious villany has in many instances led : comprising most curious and highly interesting details, furnished from original and authentic sources, with a view to deter the young and unwary novice from this vortex of vice and misery : the whole forming a genuine series of gambling biography.
- Great Britain. Assizes (Hertford)
Dissertatio medica inauguralis, de morbo glandulari Barbadensi, quam, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate vice-cancellarii Archibaldi Davidson, S.S.T.P.P. et collegii Glasg. Praefecti ; nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto ; pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus ac privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis, in comitiis universitatis Glasguensis
- Caddell, Walter, 1738-1797.
Mysteries of medical life, or, Doctors and their doings : being a sketch of medical men generally, their manners, habits, virtues, vices, loves, hatreds, jealousies, eccentricities, successes, failures, vexations, and disappointments : with a description of their treatment and ill-treatment by the pill-taking public
- Allarton, George.
An enquiry whether a general practice of virtue tends to the wealth or poverty, benefit or disadvantage of a people? : In which the pleas offered by the author of The fable of bees, or private vices publick benefits, for the usefulness of vice and roguery are considered. With some thoughts concerning a toleration of publick stews.
- Blewitt, George.
Part the first, of an address to the public, from the Society for the Suppression of Vice, instituted, in London, 1802, setting forth, with a list of the members, the utility and necessity of such an institution, and its claim to public support.
- Society for the Suppression of Vice (London, England)
Letters on the English and French nations; containing curious and useful observations on their constitutions natural and political; nervous and humorous descriptions of the virtues, vices, ridicules and foibles of the inhabitants; critical remarks on their writers; together with moral reflections interspersed throughout the work ...
- Le Blanc, Jean-Bernard, 1707-1781.
Tentamen medicum inaugurale de rheumatismo acuto: : quod, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate dignissimi vice-cancellarii, Archibaldi Davidson, S.S.T.P.P. et Collegii Glasg. praefecti; nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu. Et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto; pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus et privilegiis rite ac legitime consequendis; in comitiis Universitatis Glasguensis,
- Lord, Johannes.
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