The account book kept by Assheton Curzon recording personal expenditure and management of his joint executorship, with his father Sir Nathaniel Curzon, of the affairs of his aunt Eleanor Curzon, 1754 December-1758 April.
Author: Curzon, Assheton, 1739-1820.
Title: Account book, 1754 December 23-1758 April 19.
Frontispiece portrait of Mrs. Jordan, with ten additional portraits: one each of William IV and their children together.
Title: Public and private life of that celebrated actress, Miss Bland, otherwise Mrs. Ford, or, Mrs. Jordan : late mistress of H.R.H. the D. of Clarence; now King William IV., founder of the Fitzclarence family … Accompanied by numerous remarks and anecdotes of illustrious and fashionable characters / by a confidential friend of the departed ; embellished by portraits of the Fizclarence family.
Published: London : Published by J. Duncombe, 19, Little Queen Street, Holburn; and sold by all booksellers in the Kingdom, [1832?]
An engraving showing the head of Louis XV in the image of the coast of France with the ports of Dunkirk and Boulogne shown. From his mouth come the words: “O! O! O! me d’ Pompedour.” The French navy is shown towing small forts across the Channel towards England. Flanking the French fleet are three British ships. Two on the left labelled Anson and one on the right labelled Hawk.
Title: The French King’s scheme for an invasion
Published: [London] : Sold in May’s Buildings, colour’d 1756
A collection of 140 bills and invoices made out to attorney Charles Wren or his wife Mary, dated 1793-1797, issued primarily by businesses in London and Newcastle; they document the personal and household expenses of a prosperous provincial lawyer and his household.
A personal account book in a single hand, Henry Boyle’s, of Edgcott, Buckinghamshire beginning January 1745 and ending October 1755, a decade of expenses including travel to France and Spain in March 1748, trips to London, Warwick, and Surrey among other places; wages to servants, payments to tradesmen for wine, clothing, tea, coffee, snuff, venison, medicines, etc.; record bank balances and notes about settling his mother’s estate. He also records receipt of payment for taxes and rents owed him. He includes details about the books he purchases and from whom as well as the occasional philosophical musings, an original song composed in Madrid, and an “infallable cure for the bite of a mad dog”.
Author: Boyle, Henry, d. 1756.
Title: Account book : Edgcott, Buckinghamshire, 1745-1755.
Contents: A journal of a late three day tour into France — Anecdotes and critical remarks — A modest defence of my late translations of Horace, against the opinions of the editors of the British critic, and The critical review — Imitations and translations — Original pieces.
Uncut in contemporary paper-backed boards, spine with original printed label.
Author: Clubbe, William, 1745-1814.
Title: The omnium : containing the journal of a late three days tour into France, curious and extraordinary anecdotes, critical remarks, and other miscellaneous pieces in prose and verse / by William Clubbe, L.L.B., Vicar of Brandeston, Suffolk.
Published: Ipswich : Printed and sold by George Jermyn : sold also by F. and C. Rivington … London, 1798.
Printed on only one side with engraving above and letterpress text below.
Various printmakers and artists. Plates signed: T. Atkins, I, Basire, W. Jett, T. Bowles, Jos. Nicholls, Parr, W. Pritchard, and Toms.
Title: Twenty six beautiful folio prints, design’d by able masters, and curiously engrav’d : representing the most remarkable transactions of twenty six celebrated malefactors, either highwaymen, pyrates, murderers, shop-lifters, street-robbers, or pick-pockets. Together with an entertaining account, under each print, of the life and fortune of its particular hero or heroine, more especially of the action therein represented.
Published: London : Sold by J. Janeway, printer, in White-Friars; and Tho. Bakewell, printseller, in Fleet-Street; and by most booksellers in the country, MDCCXXXVI 
With original front and back wrappers from part one and front wrapper from Second Part bound in. Some pencil notations.
“Introductory observations on the utility of the art of engraving; the general instruction and entertainment afforded by prints; and some remarks on the difference and variety in impressions”–Signed Thomas Dodd, pp. vii-x.
Author: Dodd, Thomas, 1771-1850.
Title: A catalogue of the extensive and truly magnificent collection of prints : forming altogether an unusual display of the most rare and superior productions of the French, Flemish, German and English engravers … : and upwards of 1500 pieces by the hand of Wenceslaus Hollar … : and a capital and rich collection of portraits by and after Sir Anthony Vandyke … which will be sold by a auction, by Mr. Thos. Dodd … on Tuesday, the 6th day of February, 1810.
Published: [London : Dodd, 1810] ([London] : Printed by J. & W. Smith, King Street, Seven Dials)