Medical advice to the inhabitants of warm climates, on the domestic treatment of all the diseases incidental therein : with a few useful hints to new settlers, for the preservation of health, and the prevention of sickness / by Robert Thomas (late of Nevis) surgeon : to the work are prefixed, some observations on the proper management of new Negroes, and the general condition of slaves in the sugar colonies : also are annexed, a list of medicines recommended in the treatment of the diseases, and an explantory table of the weights used by apothecaries.
- Thomas, Robert, 1753-1835.
- MDCCXCIV 
The compleat psalmodist: or the organist's, parish-clerk's and psalm-singer's companion. Containing I. A new and compleat introduction to the grounds of music, both Theoretical and Practical, ... Also the Art of Composition, made easy by plain and practical Rules, ... To which is added a new musical Dictionary, properly digested in alphabetical Order, explaining, almost to the meanest Capacity, all such Terms and Characters as generally occur in Music, derived from various Languages. II. A set of services, commonly called Chanting-Tunes; ... III. A set of grave and solemn psalm-tunes, both ancient and modern, containing near one Hundred different Tunes, ... with a great many new Tunes, composed by some of the most eminent Masters that ever existed. IV. A set of divine hymns, suited to the Feasts and Fasts of the Church of England; with several Canons of two, three, and four Parts in one. The Whole composed, according to the most authentic Rules, for one, two, three, four, and five Voices, and set in Score, in their proper Cliffs and Concert-Keys, with the Trillo's marked, and the Basses figured for the Organ: Principally published for the Use of all Churches and Chapels, in Cities and Towns corporate as well as in Country Villages and Parishes, throughout his Majesty's Dominions of Great Britain, Ireland, and Plantations abroad. The fifth edition, corrected, with large additions. By John Arnold, Philo-Musicae, Author of the Essex Harmony and Leicestershire Harmony.
- Arnold, John, approximately 1720-1792.