A manuscript in the hand of the ship’s master Nehemiah Holland recording the details of two trips from Jamaica to Liverpool. The first is titled ‘Journal of a voyage in the ship Pole (24 guns) Nehemiah Holland, Master, from Jamaica to Liverpool’ beginning with entry dated 26 July  Kingston; the ship’s log records the route, weather, ship’s position, and other news learned along the way. The second portion is titled ‘Journal of a passage in the ship Sara Goulburn (26 guns). Nehemiah Holland, Master, from Bluefields in Jamaica to Liverpool’ beginning with an entry dated Thursday 30th April 1778; the account is filled with news of other ships in the convey of HMS Winchelsea, reports of mail exchange and the news about the war in the colonies and orders to sink all French men of war found in America. It also recounts the death of the ship’s cooper.
Author: Holland, Nehemiah.
Title: Journal of two voyages made by Captain Nehemiah Holland from Jamaica to Liverpool, 1774 and 1778.
Etchings after works by: And. Mantegna, Benvenuto da Garofalo, Raffael d’Urb. Polodoro da Caravaggio, Gio. da Udine, Fran. Parmeggiano, Papin, Campagniola, Luca Cangiasio, Aug. Carracci, Ann. Carracci, Guercino, Nic. Poussin, Claudio Gillee, Rembrandt, G.F. Bolognese, Romanelle, Giacomo Cortesi detto il Borgognone, Salvator Rosa, W. Vander Veld, Carlo Marratti, and G.P. Panini.
Creator: Pond, Arthur, 1701-1758, printmaker.
Title: Soixante et dix estampes qui imitent les desseins / gravees par Mess. Pond et Knapton d’apres les tableaux originaux des maitres cy-dessous denommes.
Published:[London] : Publie par Jean Boydell, graveur, rue de Cheapside, a Londres, [between 1734 and 1747?]
Title: The danger and immodesty of the present too general custom of unnecessarily employing men-midwives : being the letters which lately appeared / under the signature of a man-midwife : with an introduction, a treatise on the milk, and an appendix with corrections, by the author.
Published: London : Printed for J. Wilkie … and F. Blyth …, 1772.
Bound in contemporary calf with red spine label ‘Isle of Thanet’ and black spine label ‘Town of Margate.’
Author: T. G.
Title: A description of the Isle of Thanet : and particularly of the town of Margate ; with an account of the accommodations provided there for strangers ; … with a description of Sandwich, Deal, Dover, Canterbury, Rochester, Chatham … The whole illustrated with a correct map of the island … and a representation of the machines for bathing.
Published: London : Printed for J. Newbery and W. Bristow in St. Paul’s Church Yard, 1763.
Title: The trial of Andrew Robinson Bowes, Esq. for adultery and cruelty : first heard in the Arches Court of Doctors Commons, and, in consequence of an appeal, determined in a Court of Delegates on the 2d of this instant, when the Right Honourable the Countess of Strathmore obtained a divorce.
Published: London : Printed for R. Randall …, 1789.