A circumstantial journal of the long and tedious blockade

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  • Author: Ancell, Samuel, -1802, author.
  • Title: A circumstantial journal of the long and tedious blockade and siege of Gibraltar : from the 12th of September, 1779 (the day the garrison opened their batteries against the Spaniards) to the 23d day of February, 1783 : containing an authentic account of the most remarkable transactions, in which the enemy’s motions, works approaches, firings, &c. are particularly described : in a series of letters, from the author to his brother / by S. Ancell, of the 58th Regiment.
  • Publication: Liverpool : Printed by Charles Wosencroft, MDCCLXXXIV [1784]

Catalog Record

63 784 An538

Acquired June 2020

A second letter from Major Scott to Mr. Fox

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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

 

Les archives du scandale

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  • Title: Les archives du scandale : recueil d’aventures galantes, escroqueries célèbres, procès scandaleux, viols, enlèvemens, bigamies, etc., etc., / par M. R***.
  • Published: Paris : Chez Plancher, Libraire de Mercure de France, rue Poupée, no. 7, 1819.

Catalog Record

82 819Ar

Acquired July 2019

 

The Macaroni and theatrical magazine

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Articles on fashion and manners, satirizing extremes; includes theater news and anecdotes, crime news, poetry, and a monthly register of foreign and domestic occurences, with lists of bankrupts, preferments, marriages, births and deaths. Most plates are satirical illustrations of extreme fashions and their wearers.

  • Title: The Macaroni and theatrical magazine, or Monthly register, of the fashions and diversions of the times. Conducted upon a much more elegant and liberal plan, than any other work of the kind hitherto published.
  • Published: London : Printed for the authors, and sold by John Williams, next the Mitre Tavern, Fleet Street, MDCCLXXII. [1772, i.e. 1773]

Catalog Record 

61 M115

Acquired October 2018