An account of the signals made use of at Bambrough Castle

description below

Broadside, with engravings of Bamburgh Castle at head, and caption title

 

  • Author: Lord Crewe’s Charity.
  • Title: An account of the signals made use of at Bambrough Castle in the county of Northumberland in case ships or vessels are perceived in distress, and of the charitable institutions established there for their assistance and relief, now published by the direction of the Trustees of Nathanael late Lord Crewe, with the approbation of the Master, pilots, and seamen of the Trinity-house, in Newcastle upon Tyne.
  • Published: Newcastle upon Tyne : Printed and sold by T. Saint ; and sold by J. Wheble … London, [1771?]

Catalog Record

File 63 771 Ac172++

Acquired September 2020

His Majesty’s warrant, granting an allowance in lieu of small beer

title page

  • Creator: Great Britain. Army.
  • Title: His Majesty’s warrant, granting an allowance in lieu of small beer to the troops serving at home : and containing further regulations on various matters directed by His Majesty’s warrants of the 25th May, 1797, “For encreasing and regulating the pay and allowance of non commissioned officers and private men of corps of cavalry and infantry serving at home”.
  • Publication: [London] : Printed by G. Roberts, Angel Court, Charing Cross, [1800]

Catalog Record

652 H673 800

Acquired January 2020

A second letter from Major Scott to Mr. Fox

description below

A defense of Warren Hastings.

 

  • Author: Scott, Major (John), 1747-1819, author.
  • Title: A second letter from Major Scott to Mr. Fox : containing the final decision of the Governor General and council of Bengal on the charges brought against Rajah Deby Singh.
  • Publication: London : Printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-house, Piccadilly, MDCCLXXXIX [1789]

Catalog Record

53 H27 Sco425b

Acquired April 2020

 

Admirable satire on the death, dissection… of Mr. Pitt

title page

  • Title: Admirable satire on the death, dissection, funeral procession, & epitaph of Mr. Pitt. : (Copied from the Telegraph of the 20th, 21st, and 24th August, 1795).
  • Publication: London : Printed for the booksellers, and sold by C. Smith, [1795]

Catalog Record 

53 P681 Ad238

Acquired November 2019

 

The life, history and tryal of Harry Smythee, Esq.

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  • Author: Clark, Jeremiah, active 1741.
  • Title: The life, history and tryal of Harry Smythee, Esq. : who was try’d at the Lent Assizes held for the county of Dorset, 1741; and convicted for the murder of his sweet-heart Jane Mew, that was with child by him; whom he had deluded under the pretences of courtship, and promises of marriage. Containing, I. How he was entertain’d at her father’s house … VII. His tryal … IX. His last dying speech … XII. With the reverend Mr. Clark’s remarks on the whole. … This book is recommended by the Rev. Jeremiah Clark, D.D. to the perusal of young people, and more particularly the fair sex …
  • Publication: London: : Printed by H. Goreham in Fleet-Street; and sold by T. Cooper in Paternoster-Row, [1741?]

Catalog Record

523 Sm64 741

Acquired December 2019

 

Mustapha’s adoration of the sublime Sultan Pittander

printed textA satire on Pitt, part 1 of 3

  • Author: Mustapha.
  • Uniform Title: [Mustapha’s adoration of the sublime Sultan Pittander omnipotent. Part 1]
  • Title: Mustapha’s adoration of the sublime Sultan Pittander omnipotent Part I.
  • Publication: [London] : Printed for G. Riebau, No. 439, Strand; and sold by all newsmen …, [1795]

Catalog Record 

File 763 795 M991 pt. 1++

Acquired June 2019

For the benefit of Mr. Clarke, at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden

  • Author: Covent Garden Theatre.
  • Title: For the benefit of Mr. Clarke, at the Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, on Thursday next, being the 29th of April, will be reviv’d a tragedy, call’d Alzira. : Zamor by Mr. Clarke, … Alvarez by Mr. Sparks, Carlos by Mr. Dyer … To which will be added a farce (not acted these ten years) called Duke and no Duke. …
  • Publication: [London] : [The Theatre], [1756]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P69B C838 1756 4/29

Acquired June 2019

 

Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this present Thursday

  • Author: Covent Garden Theatre.
  • Title: Theatre Royal in Covent-Garden, this present Thursday, being the 24th of April, will be presented a comedy, call’d Love for love : Valentine by Mr. Smith … To which will be added a burlesque opera, call’d The dragon of Wantley. The part of Moore of Moore-hall by Mr. Lowe …
  • Publication: [London] : [The Theatre], [1755]

Catalog Record 

File 767 P69B C838 1755 4/24

Acquired June 2019

 

To be sold by private contract

Three separate handbills on a single sheet, as printed. The top and bottom handbills with the same imprint: Printed for the proprietor by J. Catnach, Alnwick. The middle handbill has no imprint but last line reads: Alwick, April 28th, 1802.

  • Title: To be sold by private contract. A messuage, or dwelling house, and back buildings thereto belonging, situate in Narrowgate Street, in Alnwick … The said Mr. Leithard … applying to Mr. Annett, of Alnwick.
  • Publication: Alnwick [England] : Printed for the proprietor by J. Catnach, [1802]

Catalog Record 

File 66 802 T627+

Acquired June 2019