[Pamphlet miscellany : Eighteenth century]

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals

GUSN

GUSN-151047

Description

1 v. (various pagings) ; 19 cm.

Details

Descriptive Terms

Educational law and legislation
Textile fabrics.
Politics and government 18th century.

Originator

March, R. A treatise on silk, wool, worsted, cotton, and thread.
Haigh, James. A hint to the dyers, and cloth makers and well worth the notice of the merchant.
Price, Richard, 1723-1791. Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government and the justice and policy of war with America.
Dundonald, Archibald Cochrane, Earl of, 1749?-1831. Account of the qualities and uses of coal tar and coal varnish.
Cox, Richard, Sir, 1702-1766. The case of Edward Lord Bishop of Elphin.
Caldwell, James, Sir, d. 1784. An address to the House of Commons of Ireland.
Long, John, clothier. The golden fleece.

Contents

A treatise on silk, wool, worsted, cotton, and thread : describing their nature, properties and qualities ... to which are added, descriptive remarks on frame-work knitting, knitting with wires, and patent manufacturies / by R. March. London : [s.n., 1779?] -- A hint to the dyers, and cloth-makers : and well worth the notice of the merchant / by James Haigh. London : Printed for Mess. Rivington and Son, R. Baldwin, and T. Cadell ; York : J. Todd, and R. Spence, [1779] -- Observations on the nature of civil liberty, the principles of government, and the justice and policy of the war with America : to which is added, an appendix, containing a state of the national debt ... / by Richard Price. Dublin : Printed for J. Exshaw, S. Price, W. Whitestone, [et al.], 1776.
Genuine receipt for making the famous vernis martin, or, as it is called by the English, Martin's copal varnish ... with the method of laying them on, and polishing them in the highest taste at Paris. Paris : Printed ; Dublin : Reprinted for W. Wilson, 1776 -- Account of the qualities and uses of coal tar and coal varnish. With certificates from shipmasters and others. Edinburgh : Printed by William Smellie, 1784 -- Letters which passed in Great Britain, relative to the absentee tax. Dublin : [s.n., 1773] -- The case of Edward Lord Bishop of Elphin : in relation to money, part of the rents of the Ranelagh Charity, lodged in a public bank in Dublin : with notes, critical and explanatory / by Sir Richard Cox. Dublin : Printed for Peter Wilson, 1760.
The charter of King Charles II. impowering Erasmus Smith esq : to erect grammar schools in the kingdom of Ireland ... and to make further provision for education of children at the university. And for several other charitable uses. Together with an act of Parliament, for the further application of the said charity. Printed by order of the trustees. Dublin : Printed by Samuel Fairbrother, 1724 -- An address to the House of Commons of Ireland / by a freeholder. 2nd ed. [S.l. : s.n.], 1771 -- The golden fleece, or, Some thoughts on the clothing trade of Ireland : with a proposal for its advancement ... / by John Long. Dublin : Printed by T. Dyton, 1762.

Publication

[S.l. : s.n.

Description

1 v. (various pagings) ; 19 cm.

Call Number

Rare DA947.Z9 I7 1800

Places

Ireland.
Ireland

Variant Title

Genuine receipt for making the famous vernis martin.
Letters which passed in Great Britain, relative to the absentee tax.
The charter of King Charles II impowering Erasmus Smith esq to erect grammar schools in the kingdom of Ireland.
Some thoughts on the clothing trade of Ireland.