The something wrong developed

printed text

  • Title: The something wrong developed; or, Free remarks on Mrs. H. More’s conventicles, &c. : seasonably addressed to the Blagdon controvertists; and inscribed to the Bishop of Bath and Wells.
  • Publication: Bristol : Printed by Harris and Bryan, 52, Corn-Street. Sold by Cadell and Davies, Strand; Rivington, St. Paul’s Church-Yard; and Hatchard, Piccadilly, London; also by S. Hazard, Bath; Evill, Wells; and by all the Booksellers in Bristol, 1801.

Catalog Record

53 M813 So696

Acquired April 2021

A fragment of the history of John Bull

book, printed text

  • Author: Ettrick, William, 1756 or 1757-1847.
  • Title: A fragment of the history of John Bull : with the birth, parentage, education, and humours of Jack Radical : with incidental remards upon ancient and modern radicalism / by Horace Hombergh, Esq. of the Middle Temple, London [i.e. William Ettrick].
  • Publication: London : Printed for Thomas Wilkie, 57, Paternoster-Row; and sold by Akenhead, Charnley, and Finlay, Newcastle upon Tyne; Renney, Sunderland; and Andrews, Durham, 1820.
  • Manufacture: London : T. Davison, Lombard Street, Whitefriars, [1820]

Catalog Record

63 820 Et85

Acquired April 2021

A true and minute account of the destruction of the Bastile

title page

  • Author: Calet, Jean Jacques.
  • Title: A true and minute account of the destruction of the Bastile [sic] / by Jean Jacques Calet, a French protestant : who had been a prisoner there upwards of twenty years, and who recovered his liberty on, and who assisted at the demolition of that infamous prison ; translated from the French by an English gentleman.
  • Published: London : Printed by W. Browne and J. Warren, 22, Poppins Court, and sold for the author, by C. Stalker, Stationers-Court, Ludgate-Street ; J. Walter, Piccadilly ; and all the Booksellers in town and country, 1789.

Catalog Record

82 789C

Acquired January 2021

To the women of England

printed broadside

  • Author: English Woman (Author of To the women of England), author.
  • Title: To the women of England.
  • Publication: [London] : Printed for John Ginger, no. 169, Piccadilly, [1803]
  • Manufacture: W. Flint, printer, Old Bailey

Catalog Record

File 63 803 En58++

Acquired January 2021

Peace in India, or, The conquest of Seringapatnam

description belowTen hand-colored engravings, depicting scenes from the Battle of Seringapatnam, form the border of a writing sheet, one each along the upper and lower edges and four on either side. Illustrations include, at the top, a battle scene; portraits of the British generals, Harris and Stuart; Tippoo Saib discovered among the slain, Tippoo’s sons surrender; A sepoy upon a charge, An Indian soldier; Tippoo Sultan, Tippoo Sultan’s wife; a design with flags, drums, cannons, swords and bugles. The battle scene and the image with the two sons include images of elephants.

 

  • Title: Peace in India, or, The conquest of Seringapatnam [picture].
  • Published: London : Published … by Laurie & Whittle, 53, Fleet Street, 18th Novr. 1799.

Catalog RecordĀ 

799.11.18.03+

Acquired December 2020

Instructive rambles extended in London

title page

  • Author: Helme, Elizabeth, -1814?, author.
  • Title: Instructive rambles extended in London, and the adjacent villages : designed to amuse the mind and improve the understanding of youth / by Elizabeth Helme … ; in two volumes.
  • Published: London : Printed by and for Sampson Low, Bewick-street, Soho : And sold by E. Newbery, St. Paul’s Church-yard, 1800.

Catalog Record

659 800H

Acquired July 2020

Analysis of the London ball-room

title page

  • Title: Analysis of the London ball-room : in which is comprised, The history of the polite art, from the earliest period, interspersed with characteristic observations on each of its popular divisions of country dances, which contain a selection of the most fashionable and popular; quadrilles, including Paine’s first set, and a selection from the operas of La gazza ladra, Il don Giovanni, Der freischutz, Pietro l’Eremita, and Il Tancredi; and waltzes: the whole, with the figures annexed to each, calculated for the use of domestic assemblies, and arranged for the piano-forte.
  • Publication: London : Printed for Thomas Tegg, 73, Cheapside, and R. Griffin and Co. Glasgow, 1825.

Catalog Record

74 825 An532

Acquired March 2020

Democratic principles, illustrated by example

title page

  • Author: Cobbett, William, 1763-1835, author.
  • Uniform Title: [Bone to gnaw, for the Democrats. Pt. 2. Selections]
  • Title: Democratic principles, illustrated by example, part the first : part the second, containing an instructive essay, tracing all the horrors of the French Revolution to their real causes; the licentious politics, and infidel philosophy of the present age / by Peter Porcupine.
  • Edition: Fifth edition.
  • Publication: Dublin : Printed for J. Milliken, No. 32, Grafton-Street, 1797 [i.e. 1798]

Catalog Record

82 798Co

Acquired April 2020