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BIBLIOTHÈQUE UNIVERSITAIRE DE POITIERS
SERVICE DES FONDS ANCIENS
FONDS DUBOIS
OUVRAGES EN LANGUE ANGLAISE,
TRADUITS DE L'ANGLAIS
OU PUBLIÉS EN GRANDE-BRETAGNE,
16e-19e SIÈCLES
AVRIL 2008
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La bibliothèque de travail léguée en 1936 à l'Université de Poitiers par Auguste
Dubois comprend plus de huit cents ouvrages de langue ou d'origine britannique ou
irlandaise.
La majeure partie de cet ensemble provient des fonds des libraires et collectionneurs
londoniens, les frères Kashnor, spécialistes en ouvrages de politique et d'économie des
Iles britanniques, exerçant à Londres dans la première moitié du 20e siècle, à l'enseigne
du Museum Book Store.
Ce fonds anglais est très majoritairement économique, ou économico-politique
(questions d'Écosse et d'Irlande, South-Sea Company), constitué principalement de
pamphlets, certains fort rares, publiés au cours de la seconde moitié du 17e s. et
jusqu'aux premières années du 19e.
***
Le répertoire de ces livres proposé ici donne les descriptifs de notre catalogue
informatisé tel que nous en disposons aujourd'hui. La plupart des notices proviennent
d'une copie des fiches manuscrites, soignées, mais sommaires, établies dans les années
1930, époque où beaucoup de données devenues disponibles par les sources COPAC et
ESTC n'existaient pas. La rétroconversion sur la base de descriptifs manuscrits a entraîné
aussi un certain nombre de lapsus inévitables.
On s'est efforcé de rétablir à partir de COPAC les références d'auteurs certains ou
hypothétiques, faisant le choix de conserver ces mentions lors même qu'elles sont
douteuses (cf. pour Daniel Defoe).
Il s'agit donc ici d'un simple outil de repérage, et nom d'un répertoire scientifique.
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A.B.
An impartial enquiry into the value of South-Sea stock : with some thoughts of the occasion of the present
decay of trade and credit : and some means proposed for restoring the same, in a letter to Sir Richard Steele
knt.
– London : printed for J. Roberts, 1720. – 2°.
FD 174
A.D. of Greys-Inn, Esq.
Proposals to supply His Majesty with twelve or fourteen millions of money, or more if requir'd, for the Year
1697, without subscripsions, or advancing the present taxes. By A.D. of Greys-Inn, Esq., and some others
his friends.
– London : P. Parker : J. Waltho : J. Gouge, 1697. – 4°
FD 2425
A.Z, Merchant of London
Some thoughts relating to trade in general and to the East India trade in particular.
– London : R. Baldwin, 1754. – 8°
FD 2396
Act for permitting the free importation...
The act for permitting the free importation of cattle from Ireland.
– London : Rand R. and J. Dodsley, 1760. – 8°
FD 2439
Acts and statutes...
Acts and statutes made in parliament begun at Dublin the twenty first day of september,... 1703, in the second
year of the reign of... Queen Anne, before his grace James Duke of Ormonde,... and from thence
continued... to the tenth of february, 1704, being the second session of this present parliament
– Dublin ; A. Crook, 1705. – 2°
FD 168
ADDISON, Joseph
The late tryal and conviction of Count Tariff : [a political satire]
– London : A. Baldwin, 1713. – 8°
FD 2090
AISLABIE, John
The Case of the Right Honble John Aislabie...
– [London] : J. Roberts, [1721]. – 4°
FD 2128
The speech of the Right Honourable John Aislabie,... upon his defense made in the House of Lords against
the Bill for raising money upon the estates of te South-Sea Directors on Wednesday the 19th of July 1721
– London : J. Roberts, 1721. – 8°
FD 2114
Mr Aislabie's Second Speech on his defence in the House of Lords, on Thursday, July 20, 1721
– London : J. Roberts : J. Graves, [1721]. – 4°
FD 2129
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ALLARDYCE, Alexander, One of the proprietors of the Bank of England
An address to the proprietors of the Bank of England. Third edition, with Additions... By A. Allardyce, esq.
M.P. one of the proprietors of the Bank of England.
–: London : printed for W.J. and J. Richardson, under the Royal Exchange. 1798. – 4 part. en 2 séq. de pag.
(32 ; 156 p.), en 1 tome (sig. A4 a-c4 B-U4 X2) ; 4°
(Signé "Alexander Allardyce" aux p. 13, 32 et 2e séq., 156. – Contient : p. 23-32 (2e p. de t.:) Postscript to
an Address to the proprietors of the Bank of England: with An appendix, and a Continuation of the
Postscript..."; 2e séq., p. 1-138 (titre de départ:) Appendix; p. 139-156 (3e p. de t.:) Continuation of a
Postscript to an Address to the proprietors of the Bank of England [sans adresse, ni date]
FD 251/01
ALLEN, Robert
An essay on the nature and methods of carrying on a trade to the South-Sea. By Robert Allen, who resided
some years in the Kingdom of Peru.
– London : printed, and sold by John Baker, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1712. – [4]-37-[3 bl.]
p. ; 8°
FD 2097
FD Sup 25
Ways and means to raise the value of land : or, the Landlord's companion : with political discourses on the
land-tax, war, and other subjects, occasionally intermixed.
– London : J. Roberts, 1736. – 8°
FD 2204
AMHURST, Nicholas
An Argument against excises, in several essays, lately published in the Craftsman, and now collected
together by Caleb D'Anvers of Gray's-Inn, esq; ... The second edition.
– London: printed by H. Haines, at Mr. Francklin's in Russel-street, Covent-Garden. 1733. – 76 p. (sig. AI4 K2) ; 8°
(Par Amhurst d'après Kress et Goldsmith. – The Kress Library of Business and Economics catalogue, t. 1,
num. 4061. Catalogue of the Goldsmith's Library of Economic Literature, 1, num. 7077)
FD 375
An epistle - with a Petition in it - to Sir John Blunt, Bart., one of the Directors of the South-Sea Company. –
The second edition
– London : R. Francklin, 1720. – 8° (En vers)
FD 2142
The Second part of an Argument against excises, in answer to the objections of several writers; especially
with regard to that part of the subject, which relates to the power and conduct of the commissioners and
officers of excise. With some remarks on the present state of affaires. By Caleb D'Anvers of Gray's-Inn,
esq; ...
– London: printed by H. Haines, at Mr. Francklin's in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, in the year
MDCCXXXIII. – 59, [1], 12 p. ; 8°
FD 376
ANDERSON, James
An enquiry into the nature of the corn-laws with a view to the new corn-bill proposed for Scotland.
– Edinburgh : Mundell, 1777. – 60, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 1930
Observations on the means of exciting a spirit of national industry : chiefly intended to promote the
agriculture, commerce, manufactures, and fisheries, of Scotland in a series of letters to a friend.
– Edinburgh : C. Elliot ; London : T. Cadell, 1777. – XLI, [3], 526 p. ; 4°
FD 254
5
ANDERSON, John Wilson
The barilla question discussed, in a letter to the Right Honourable Lord Althorpe, chancellor of the
exchequer, shewing the effect of the late order in council, reducing the duty on foreign barilla on the
manufacture of kelp and other British alkalies, with observations relative to the manufactures of soap and
window glass
– 1831
FD 1953/07
Answer to a pamphlet...
An answer to a pamphlet entitled "Thoughts on the causes and consequences of the present high price of
provisions..."
– London : [s.n.], 1768. – 2°
(Dans : The London Chronicle. - ; no 1732. From thursday, january 21, to saturday, january 23, 1768)
FD 2474
Ansvver to some queries...
An ansvver to some queries, etc. relative to the Union, in a conference betwixt a coffee-master and a
countrey-farmer
– [Edinburgh ?] : [s.n.], 1706. – 12 p. ; 4°
FD 2057
Answer to two letters...
An answer to two letters, concerning the East-India Company
– [London?] : [s.n], 1676. – 13, [1] p. ; 4°
(Datée à la fin : "Bristoll the 30 june, 1676")
FD 2230
Apology for the business...
An apology for the business of pawn-broking.
– London : [s.n.], 1744. – 8°
FD 2363
Appeal to the common sense...
An appeal to the common sense of scotsmen, especially those of the landed interest, and more especially
freeholders... Together with a proposal of the last importance for saving the country from ruin, and
preventing future insurrections and other dismal consequences of extreme poverty and want ; in answer to the
groans of its wretched inhabitants
– Edinburgh : printed by W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran. 1747. – 10, 66 p. ; 8°
FD 2376
ARBUTHNOT, John
An Inquiry into the connection between the present price of provisions, and the size of farms. With remarks
on population as affected thereby. To which are added, proposals for preventing future scarcity. By a
Farmer.
– London : printed for T. Cadell, 1773. – [8], 146 p. ; 8°
FD 1195
A Sermon preach'd to the People, at the Mercat Cross of Edinburgh on the subject of the Union. Eccles. chap.
10 Ver. 27.
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], 1706. – 4°
FD 2061
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ARCHDALL, N.
A letter to his excellency Henry Boyle,... speaker of the honourable house of common in Ireland. With
remarks on the linen trade and manufactures of this kingdom and some hints for promoting the same.
– Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1753. – 8°
FD 2346
A letter to the linen-manufactures of Ireland, on the subject of protecting duties.
– Dublin : W. Porter, 1784. – 8°
FD 1977
Argument to shew the disadvantage...
An Argument to shew the disadvantage that would accrue to the Publick, from obliging the South-Sea
Company to fix what capital stock they will give for the annuities
– London : J. Roberts, 1720. – 18 p. ; 8°
(Parfois attribué à Defoe)
FD 2143
ARMOUR, James
A premonitor warning or advice, by a true lover of his Country unto all whose hands this may come.
– [S.l. (=? London)] : [s.n.], :[1702]. – 16 p. : 4°
FD 1959
ARNALL, William, 1699 or 1700-1736
The Case of the Bank Contract. In answer to the infamous sourrilities of several libels lately printed in the
Craftsman.
– London : T. Cooper, 1735. – 8°
FD 2176
Arraignment, trial and condemnation...
The arraignment, trial and condemnation of Squire Lottery, alias Royal-Oak Lottery
– London, printed, and sold by A. Baldwin. 1699. – 47 p. ; 8°
FD 2466
ASGILL, John
Several assertions proved, in order to create another species of money, than gold and silver. By Mr Asgill.
The second edition.
– London : printed for E. Curll...,T. Jauncy..., and W. Boreham. 1720. – 46 p. ; 8°
FD 2145
AUCKLAND, William EDEN, baron
Considerations submitted to the people of Ireland on their present condition with regard to trade and
constitution. In answer to a pamphlet, lately published entitled, "Observations on the Mutiny Bill, &c." ...
– Dublin: printed for W. Wilson, no. 6 Dame-Street. MDCCLXXXI. – [2], 72 p. ; 8°
(Par W. Eden, baron Auckland, d'après Goldsmiths'. Réponse aux "Observations on the Mutiny Bill..." de
Henry Grattan, 1781. – [Goldsmiths'] Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' Library of economic literature... vol. 1,
printed books to 1800, num. 12115 (Eden, W., baron Auckland)
FD 1989
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B., J., Gent.
A Poem occasion'd by the rise and fall of South-Sea Stock. Humbly dedicated to the Merchant-Adventurers
trading in the South-Seas. By J.B. Gent.
– London : S. Chapman : J. Williams, 1720. –8°
FD 2138
BABBAGE , Charles
On the Economy of machinery and manufactures.
– London : Ch. Knight, 1832. – 22 cm
FD 823
BACON, Anthony
A short address to the government the merchants, manufacturers, and the colonists in America, and the Sugar
Islands, on the present State of Affairs
– London : G. Robinson, 1775. –8°
FD 1922
BACON, Francis
La politique du Chevalier Bacon,..
– Londres : J. Tonsson, 1740. – 1 vol. en 2 parties ; 12°
FD 455
BACON, Thomas
A compleat system of the revenue of Ireland, in its several branches of import, export, and inland duties...
calculated for the use of all officers, merchants, masters of ships, and others concerned in the revenue or
trade of Ireland
– Dublin : Printed by R. Reilly for the Author, 1737. – 8°
FD 2233
BAKER, John Wynn
An Address to the representatives of the people, upon subjects, important and interesting, to the kingdom of
Ireland.
– Dublin : printed, and sold by the Booksellers, 1771. – 39, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2492
A short description and list : with the prices of the instruments of husbandry, made in the factory at
Laughinstown near Celbridge in the county of Kildare..
– Dublin : S. Powell, 1769. – Third edition. –8°
FD 2470
Bank-Credit...
Bank-Credit : or the usefulness and security of the Bank of Credit examined, in a dialogue between a Country
Gentleman and a London Merchant
– London : J. Gain, 1683. – 4°
FD 2997
8
BANKS, Joseph
Filature, commerce, et prix des laines en Angleterre : ou Correspondance sur ces matières entre MM.
Banks,... Arthur Young, et plusieurs grands propriétaires d'Angleterre
– Paris : Cuchet, 1790. – 8°
FD 584
BARBON, Nicholas
A discourse concerning coining the new money lighter. In answer to Mr Lock's considerations about raising
the value of money
– London : R. Chiswell, 1696. –8°
FD 2314
Barilla
Barilla. Comparative prices of Barilla and Kelp for seven years…
– 4°
FD 1953/03
BARKER, John Wynn
Experiments in agriculture : made under the direction of the... Dublin society, in the year 1766 and now
published at their request.
– Dublin : S. Powell, 1767. – 8°
FD 2479
A short description and list with the prices of the instruments of husbandry, made in the factory at
Laughlinstown, near Celbridge, in the county of Kildare..
– Dublin : S. Powell, 1767. – 8°
FD 2479
BARRINGTON, John Shute
The second part of the Dissuasive from Jacobitism : wherein the interest of the clergy and universities, with
relation to Popery and the Pretender, is consider'd.
– London, printed for John Baker at the Black-Boy in Paternoster-Row. 1713. – 40 p. ; 8°.
(Par Barrington d'après COPAC. 2e part. de: A dissuasive from Jacobitism: shewing in general what the
nation is to expect from a popish king; and in particular from the Pretender...)
FD 374/13
BASTON, Thomas
Observations on trade, and a publick spirit..
– London : O. Payne, 1732. – 8°
FD 2156
Thoughts on trade, and a publick spirit. Consider'd under the following heads, viz...
– London : printed for the Author, 1716. – 8°.
(Comprend : Vol. I, Companies in trade ; Vol. II, Stock-jobbers ; Vol. III, Projectors ; Vol. IV, Corruption
in the law and public offices ; Vol. V, Of a public spirit. Humbly dedicated to all lovers of their country)
FD 2080
BATTIE, John
The merchants remonstrance : published in the time of the late warre, revived and inlarged : wherein is set
forth the inevitable miseries which may suddenly be all this king dome by want of trade and decay of
manufacturs.
– London : W. Hope, 1648. – 4°
FD 2220
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BELLERS, John
An essay towards the improvement of physick, in twelve proposals... with an Essay for imploying the able
poor... Humbly dedicated to the Parliament of Great Britain.
– London : The Assigns of J. Sowle, 1714. –4°
FD 2087
Proposals for raising a College of Industry of all useful Trades and Husbandry, with profit for the rich, a
plentiful living for the poor, and a good education for youth..
– London : T. Sowle, 1696. – 4°
FD 2283
BELLONI, Girolamo
A dissertation on commerce. Clearly demonstrating the true sources of national wealth and power, together
with the most rational measures for acquiring and preserving both. The whole deduced from the nature of
trade, industry, money and exchanges. Translated from the italian of the celebrated marquis Jerome
Belloni, merchant and banker at Rome.
– London: printed for R. Manby, on Ludgate-Hill. MDCCLII. – XX, 108 p. (sig. [ ]2 A4 (a)4 B-04 P2 ; 8°
FD 2349
BERESFORD, John
Observations on a pamphlet entitled a letter to his grace the duke of Portland... so far as the same relates to
the subject of revenue ; in which is considered the state of the distilling trade of Ireland.
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1782. – 8°
FD 1986
BERKELEY, George
The works of George Berkeley, D.D., late of Cloyne in ireland : to which is added, an account of his life, and
several of his letters to Thomas Prior, Exq., Dean Gervais, and Mr Pope, etc. etc. in two volumes.
– Dublin : J. Exshaw, 1784. – 2 vol., portrait gr. en front., dépliant ; 4°
FD 139
An essay towards preventing the ruine of Great Britain
– London : J. Roberts, 1721. –8°
FD 2125
Memoirs of George Berkeley, D.D., late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland : [letters and extracts from letters to
Thomas Prior, letters to Dean Gervais, Mr Pope, Dr Arbuthnot and the Rever, Archdall 1713-1752.
– London : J. Murray : R. Faulder, 1784. – 8°
FD 1976
A miscellany, containing several tracts on various subjects.
– London : J. and R. Tonson : S. Draper, 1752. – 8°
FD 2411
Queries relating to a national bank, extracted from the Querist. Also the letter [signed ; The Querist]
containing a plan or sketch of such bank. Republished with notes.
– Dublin : printed , and sold by George Faulkner... MDCCXXXVII. – 40 p. ; 8°
FD 2203
The Querist, containing several queries, proposed to the consideration of the public : to which is added, by
the same author, a word to the wise : or an exhortation to the roman catholic clergy of Ireland.
– London : W. Innys, 1750. – 8°
FD 2340
The Querist, containing several queries, proposed to the consideration of the public : to which is added, by
the same author, a word to the wise : or an exhortation to the roman catholic clergy of Ireland.
– Dublin ; Glasgow : R. Urie, 1760. – 12°
FD 367
10
BETHEL, Slingsby
The world's Mistake in Oliver Cromwell.
– London : [s.n.], 1668. – 4°
FD 2213
Bill to continue...
A Bill to continue, for a further time, the restriction contained in two acts of the last session of Parliament, on
payments in cash by the Bank; and also to continue and amend the other provisions in the same
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1797?]. – 7, [1]p. (sig. A2 B2) ; 4°
(Titre pris au titre de départ. Présente au verso de la p. 7 un élément impr. perpendiculairement au reste du
document (format 29x9 cm), donnant le même titre et la mention "Ordered to be printed 20th November
1797")
FD 251/04
BINDON, David
An account of the revenue and National Debt of Ireland. With some observations on the late Bill for paying
off the national debt. In which is contained, a speech to the Parliament of Henry Lord Viscount Sidney,
Lord Lieutenant in the year 1692, also an order of Council, and several resolutions of the House of
Commons, extracted from their journals, paralell to the present juncture of affairs in that kingdom.
– London : printed for H. Carpenter, 1754. – 48, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2400
An answer to part of a pamphlet intitled, The Proceeding of the Honourable House of Commons of Ireland,
in rejecting the altered Money Bill, on December, 17, 1753, vindicated. By the author of the Observations,
&c.
– Dublin : printed in the year M DCC LIV. – 29, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2335
A letter from a merchant who has left off trade to a Member of Parliament. In which the case of the British
and Irish Manufacture of linnen, threads, and tapes, is fairly stated, and all the objections against the
encouragement proposed to be given to that Manufacture fully answered.
– London : R. Willock, 1738. – 8°
FD 1982
A scheme for supplying industrious men with money to carry on their trades, and for better providing for the
poor of Ireland.
– Dublin : T. Hume, 1729. – 8°
FD 2164
Some observations relative to the late Bill for paying off the residue of the National delt of Ireland... second
edition, with amendements.
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2391
BLACK, David, writer on commerce
Essay upon industry and trade, shewing the necessity of the one, the coveniency and usefulness of the other,
and the advantages of both.
– Edinburgh : J. Watson, 1706. – 4°
FD 2050
BLACK, William
A short view of our present trade and taxes : compare with what these taxes may amount to after the Union..
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1706]. – 4°
FD 1706
11
BLACKER, Samuel
Property vindicated : or, some remarks upon a late pamphlet, intitled, Property inviolable
– Dublin : printed by S. Powell, for J. Smith... MDCCXXXIX. – 35 p. ; 8°
(Ouvrage attribué à Samuel Blacker d'après le catalogue de la National Library of Ireland)
FD 2199
BLANCH, John
The interest of Great Britain consider'd : in an essay upon wool, tin and leather : proving... that the
misfortunes which attended the Kingdom for above four hundred years last past, has been chiefly
occasion'd by the neglect of our commerce... with some remarks upon the conceptions of Sir Josiah Child
– London : R. and J. Bonwick, 1707. – 8°
FD 2067
BLUNT, John
A True state of the South-Sea-Scheme, as it was first form'd, &c. With the several alterations made in it,
before the act of Parliament pass'd. And an examination of the conduct of the directors in the execution of
that act ; with an enquiry into some of the causes of the losses which have ensued. As also an abstract of
several clauses of the acts of Parliament, made against those directors, and the grounds of them ; with some
remarks on the whole.
– London : printed and sold by J. Peele, 1722 – 56 p. ; 2°
FD 181
A True state of the South-Sea-Scheme, as it was first form'd, &c. With the several alterations made in it
before the act of Parliament pass'd. And an examination of the conduct of the directors in the execution of
that act. With an enquiry into some of the causes of the losses which have ensued. As also an abstract of
several clauses of the acts of Parliament, made against those directors, and the grounds of them ; with some
remarks on the whole.
– London : printed and sold by J. Peele, 1732. – [4], 107 p. ; 8°
FD 2174
BOHUN, Edmund
The proposal for the raising of the silver coin of England from 60 pence in the ounce to 75 pence considered :
with the consequences thereof.
– London : printed for Richard Cumberland, 1696. – 12 p ; In-4
FD 2415
BOOTHBY, Richard, marchand
A True Declaration of the intollerable wrongs done to Richard Boothby, Merchant of India, by two lewd
servants to the honorable East India Company, Richard Wylde, and George Page. As also a remonstrance
of the partiall, ingratefull and unjust proceeds of the India Court at home, against the said Richard
Boothby...
– [London?] : [s.n.], june 10, 1644. –[20], 39 p. ; 4°
FD 2219
BOX, George
Plans for reducing the extraordinary expences of the nation, and gradually paying off the national debit.
– London : [s.n.], 1784. – 8°
FD 1980
BRADSHAW, James
A Scheme to prevent the running of Irish wools to France and Irish Woollen goods to foreign countries by
prohibiting the importation of Spanish Wools into Ireland, and permitting the people of Ireland to send
their woollen goods to England (not for consumption, but re-exportation) under a duty at importation, to be
drawn back on exportation from England to foreign countries.
– London : R. Francklin, [1748]. – 8°
FD 2378
12
BREWSTER, Francis
New essays on trade... By Sir Françis Brewster,...
– London : H. Walwyn, 1702. – [16], 128 p. ; 8°
FD 1961
BRISBANE, Albert
A concise exposition of the doctrine of association, or plan for a re-organization of society, which will recure
to the human race, individually and collectively their Happiness and elevation.
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [s.d.]. – 8°
FD 1122
BRISCOE, John
A Discourse of money, being an essay on that subject, historically and politically handled : With reflection
on the present evil state of the coin of this Kingdom, and proposals of a method for the remedy : In a letter
to a nobleman, etc.
– London : S. Briscoe, 1696. – 8°
FD 2310
A Discourse on the late Funds of the Million-Act, Lottery-Act, and Bank of England, shewing, that they are
injurious to the nobility and gentry, and ruinous to the trade of the nation : Together with proposals for the
supplying their Majesties with money... exempting the nobility, gentry, etc. from taxes... enriching all the
subjects in the Kingdom. – The Second edition, with large additions
– London : R. Baldwin, 1694. –4°
FD 2290
Britania nova
Britania nova : or a seasonable discourse : demonstrating, how we may serve our King and Countrey, by
discouraging prophaness, and immortality... preventing a great deal of robbery, injustice, and oppression...
discharging the Nation's debts... doubling the value, and rents of Land... promoting the Christian Monarchy,
by the English Empire of the Ocean... bringing on the Golden Age.
– London : M. Gilliflower : H. Newman, 1698. – 4°
FD 1051
BRITANNICUS
The Nature and use of the Charitable Corporation, and its relation to trade, consider'd, in a letter to a Member
of Parliament.
– London : A. Millar, 1732. – 4°
FD 2173
BROOKS, John
England's interest : or, free thoughts on the starch auty.
– London : R. Baldwin, 1752. – 8°
FD 2348
BROUGHAM, Henry , Lord , dir.
Great Britain . Parliament . House of Commons . Select Committee appointed to inquire into
the education of the lower orders of the Metropolis
[... Report. Minutes of evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Education of the Lower Orders or
the Metropolis... First, 22... maii, 1816. Henry Brougham... in the Chair; Second... ordered by the House of
Commons, to be printed, 13 june 1816; Third... ordered... to be printed, 19 june 1816; Fourth... together
with an Appendix. Ordered... to be printed; 20 june 1816]
– [London?]. – : [...], 1-306, [...]p. (sig. [...] B-Z2 Aa-Dd2 Ee1, Ff-Tt2 Uu1 XX-Zz2 Aaa-Zzz2 4A1 4B4K2, [...]) ; 2°
(Incomplet du début et de la fin. Mq. le début jusqu'au cahier B, p. 1 et suiv., non compris, et la fin, après
la p. 306, dernière du cah. 4K)
FD 26
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BROUGHTON, John
An essay upon the national credit of England ; introductory to a proposal prepar'd for establishing the Public
credit...
– London : printed by A. R.... and are to be sold by B. Bragg, [1706?]. – [8], 40 p. ; 8°
FD 1947
Remarks upon the Bank of England, with regard more especially to our trade and government. Occasion'd by
the present discourse concerning the intended prolongation of the Bank. Humbly address'd to the
Honourable House of Common.
– London : [s.n.], 1707. – 8°
FD 2072
The Vindication and advancement of our national constitution and credit : attempted in several tracts. 1. An
Introductory Essay... . 2. Remarks upon the Bank of England, with regard more especially to our trade, and
the constitution of the Government. 3. An Essay upon the national credit of Britain. 4. A Letter to a
Member to the Honourable House of Commons... All written by the same Author.
– London : J. Bowyer, 1710. – 8°
FD 2104
BROWN , John
An estimate of the manners and principles of the times. By the author of Essays on the characteristics, &c.
The fourth edition
– London, printed for L. Davis, and C. Reymers. MDCCLVII. – 221 p. ; 8°
FD 853
BROWNE , John; SWIFT , Jonathan
Seasonable remarks on trade. With some reflections on the advantages that might accrue to Great Britain, by
a proper regulation of the trade of Ireland. Wrote in London, but now first publish'd in Dublin, as a preface
to other essays on the trade and manufactures of Ireland
– [S.n.] : [s.l.] Printed in the year, M,DCC,XXIX. –144 p. ; 8°
(Contient : "An essay on trade in general ; and, on that of Ireland in particular" de John Browne (p. 47-105)
. "Considerations on two papers lately publisched. The first call'd, Seasonable remarks, &c. And the other,
An essay on trade in general, and that of Ireland in particular" de Jonathan Swift (p. 107-124) . "An appeal
to the reverend Dean Swift, by way of reply to the observer on seasonable remarks" de John Browne (p.
125-132) . "A letter in answer to a paper intitl'd An appeal to the reverend Dean Swift" de Jonathan Swift
(p. 133-144)
FD 2151
BURKE , Edmund
Observations on a late state of the nation. – Second edition
– London : J. Dodsley, 1769. – 8°
FD 2469
Two letters... to gentlemen in the city of Bristol, on the bills depending in Parliament relative to the trade of
Ireland. – The second edition
– London : J. Dodsley, 1778. – 8°
FD 1931
A vindication of natural society : or a view of the miseries and evils arising to mankind from every species of
artificial society.
– London : M. Cooper, 1756. – 8°
FD 2403
14
C
CALDWELL , James
An Address to the house of commons of Ireland : by a freeholder. The third edition
– [Dublin?] : s.n., 1771. – 41, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 2491
An enquiry how far the restrictions laid upon the trade of Ireland by British acts of Parliament, are a benefit
or disadvantage to the British dominions in general, and to England in particular.
– London : H. Mugg, 1779. – 8°
FD 1935
CAMPBELL , John
A political survey of Britain : being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues,
colonies, and commerce of this island... ;
– London : Richardson and Ursuhart : J. Wilkie : T. Cadell [et al.], 1774. – 2 vol. ; 4°?
FD 2321
The present state of Europe : explaining the interests, connections, political and commercial views of its
several powers : comprehending also, a clear and concise history of each country, so far as is necessary to
shew the nature of their present constitutions.
– London : printed for T. Longman and C. Hitch, 1750. – X, [6], 512 p ; 8°
FD 2321
CANTILLON , Philip
The analysis of trade, commerce, coin, bullion, banks, and foreign exchanges : wherein the true principles of
this useful knowledge are fully but briefly laid down and explained... taken chiefly from a manuscript of a
very ingenious Gentleman deceas'd, and adapted to the present situation of our trade and commerce
– London : Lewis : Goddart : Vaillant, 1759. – 8°
(D'après le British Museum : "based on Richard Cantillon's Essai sur la nature du commerce")
FD 1000
CARBONNEL, Pierre de
Proposals for increase of wealth by subscriptions of money, according to the several particulars herein
mentioned. Second edition...
– London : [s.n.], 1675. – 4°
FD 2234
CARTE, Thomas
An account of the numbers of men able to bear arms in the provinces and towns of France, taken by the
King's orders in 1743, and also of the King of France's revenue and expences in the years 1741, and 1742...
To which is added, a account of the military forces of France.
– London : [s.n.], 1671. – 4°
FD 2361
CARTER , William
Englands interest by trade asserted, shewing the necessity and excellency thereof.
– 1671. – 4°
FD 2269
15
CARY , John
A discourse concerning the trade of Ireland and Scotland, as they stand in competition with the trade of
England, being taken out of an essay on trade.
– London : [s.n.], 1696. – 4°
FD 2420
A discourse on trade, and other matters relative to it. Viz. Of trade in general: of the trade of England: of
husbandry, feeding, tillage, corn, fruit, fish, minerals, trees, manufactures, sheep-wool, cotton-wool, hemp
and flax: glass, earthenware, silk, distilling: the great advantages of a universal national bank
demonstrated: sugar-baking, tobacco, tanning, clock-work, paper-mills, powder-mills: method to improve
our manufactures, by imploying the poor: of courts of merchants, silver coin: an effectual method to
prevent the running of wool: of our trade to the East and West Indies, Africa, the plantations, Iceland, the
Canaries, Spain, Portugal, Turkey, Italy, Holland, Hamburgh, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Denmark, and
Norway, France, South-Sea, &c. What foreign trades are profitable, and what not. An essay on national
credit, and the Irish linnen manufacture, &c. &c. &c. Wrote at the request of several Members of
Parliament. And now published for universal benefit. By John Cary, esq; merchant of Bristol. – [2nd ed.,
with some considerable additions]
– London : printed for T. Osborne in Gray's-Inn. MDCCXLV. – XX, [4], 204 p. ; 8°.
(Augmenté d'un "Appendix" de 5 textes, dont 4 avec p. de t. propres
Contient : p. 127-146: Anno septimo & octavo Gulielmi III. Regis. An act for erecting of hospitals and
work-houses within the City of Bristol, for the better employing and maintaining the poor thereof; p. 147169 [p. de t.]: [John Cary] An account of the proceedings of the corporation of Bristol, in execution of the
act of Parliament for the better employing and maintaining the poor of that city; p. 171-190 [p. de t.]: An
Essay towards settling a national credit. By John Cary, esq; The fifth edition, corrected. London: printed in
the year M.DCC.XLV. ; p. 191-204 [p. de t.]: Some considerations relating to the carrying on the linnen
manufacture in the kingdom of Ireland. By Hoh, Carry, esq: The fifth edition, corrected. London: printed in
the year M.DCC.XLV.)
FD 1049
FD 2372
An essay on the coyn and credit of England : as they stand with respect to its trade
– Bristol : W. Bonny, 1696. – 8°
FD 2316
An essay on the state of England, in relation to its trade, its poor, and its taxes, for carrying on the present
war against France
– Bristol : W. Bonny, 1695. – 12°
FD 384
An essay towards the setlement of a national credit, in the Kingdom of England, humbly presented to the two
Honourable Houses of Parliament.
– London : S. Crouch : E. Whitlock, 1696. – 8°
FD 2312
Case of the annuitants
The Case of the annuitants, and of the several interests of the South-Sea Proprietors, compared and examined
– London : J. Roberts, 1721. – 8°
FD 2118
CHALMERS, George
The arrangements with Ireland considered. Second edition.
– London : printed for John Stockdale. M,DC,LXXXV. – 86 p. ; 8°
FD 1973
An estimate of the comparative strength of Great-Britain, during the present and fair preceding reigns and of
the losses of her trade from every war since the Revolution : a neuw edition corrected and improved with a
dedication to Dr James Currie..
– London : J. Stockdale, 1794. – 8°
FD 1201
16
CHALMERS, George, suite
A short View of the Proposals lately made for the final adjustment of the commercial system between GreatBritain and Ireland.
– [London] : [s.n.], [1785]. – 2°
FD 198
CHAMBERLAYNE , Edward
Englands wants : or several proposals probably beneficial for England.
– London : J. Martyn, 1667. – 4°
FD 2229
Englands wants : or several proposals probably beneficial for England. – Second edition
– London : J. Martyn, 1668. – 4°
FD 2211
Englands wants : several proposals probably beneficial for England, humbly offered to the consideration of
all good patriots in both Houses of Parliament.
– London : R. Taylor, 1685. – 4°
FD 2293
The present state of England . Part III . Part IV , Containing . I , An account of the riches, strength,
magnificence, natural production, manufactures of this Island, with an exact catalogue of the nobility, and
their seats, etc . II , The trade and commerce within in self, and with all countries traded to by the English.
– London : W. Whitwood, 1683. – 2 parties en 1 vol. ; 12°
FD 2303
CHAMBERLEN , Hugh
An answer to a libel entituled, A dialogue between Dr H. C. [i.e. Hugh Chamberlen] and a CountryGentleman.
– London, printed and sold by T. Sowle, 1696. –24 p. ; 4°
FD 2419
A collection of some papers writ upon several occasions, concerning clipt and counterfeit money, and trade,
so far as it relates to the exportation of bullion.
– London : B. Tooke, 1696. – 4°
FD 2263
A description of the office of credit : by the use of whitch, none can possibly sustain loss, but every man may
certainly receive great gain and wealth.
– London : Th. Rooks, 1665. – 4°
FD 2227
A reply to a pamphlet : called Observations on the Bank of England.
– London : J. Whitlock, 1694. – 4°
FD 2268
CHAMBERLEN , Peter
The poore mans advocate, or Englands samaritan.
– London : G. Calvert, [1649]; – 4°
FD 2222
CHAPLIN, Robert, Sir
The Case of Sir Robert Chaplin, Bart., one of the late Directors of the South-Sea Company.
– London : [s.n.], 1721. – 8°
FD 2119
17
CHAPONE, Sarah
The hardships of the English laws in relation to wives : with an explanation of the original curse of subjection
passed upon the woman : in an humble address to the Legislature.
– London ; Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1735. – 12°
FD 2206
CHARPENTIER , François
A Treatise touching the East-Indian trade or, a discourse (turned out of french into English) concerning the
establishment of a French company for the commerce of the East-Indies. To which are annexed the articles,
and conditions, whereupon the said company for the commerce of the East-Indies is established.
– London : printed by Thomas Mabb for Henry Brome, 1664. – [6], 62 p. ; 4°
(Trad. du "Discours d'un fidele sujet du Roy touchant l'establissement d'une Compagnie francoise pour le
commerce des Indes orientales")
FD 2225
CHILD, Josiah
Brief observations concerning trade and interest of money.
– London : E. Calvert, 1668. – 4°
FD 2212
An essay on wool and woollen manufacture for the improvement of trade to the benefict of Landlords,
feeders of sheep, clothiers and merchants.
– London : H. Bonwicke, 1693
FD 2291
The great honour and advantage of the East-India trade to the Kingdom, asserted.
– London : T. Speed, 1697. – 8°
FD 2324
et CULPEPER , Thomas
A new discourse of trade : wherein are recommended several weighty points, relating to Companies of
Merchants ; the Act of Navigation, naturalization of strangers, and our woollen manufactures. The balance
of trade, and nature of plantations..to which is added a short... Treatise of Interest. – Fourth edition
– London : J. Hodges : W. Meadows, C. Corbet, [1740?]. – 12°
FD 368
A Supplement, 1689. to a former Treatise, concerning the East-India trade, printed 1681.
– [S.l. (London ?)] : [s.n.], 1689. – 4°
FD 1192/02
A Treatise wherein is demonstrated I. That the East-India trade is the most national of all foreign trades. II.
That the clamors, aspersions, and objections made against the present East-India Company, are sinister,
selfish, or groundiess. III. That... the dominion of the sea depends much upon the wane or increase of that
trade ... IV. That the trade of the East- Indies cannot be carried on to national advantage, in any other way
than by a general joynt-stock. V. That the East-India trade is more profitable and necessary to the kingdom
of England, than to any other kingdom or nation in Europe. By Philopatris.
– London : printed by J.R. for the honourable the East-India Company, 1681. – [2], 43 p. ; 4°
FD 1192/01
CHOLMONDELEY , Daniel
A proposal for granting annuities to raise a stock for improving the fishery of Great-Britain.
– London : printed by J. Read, 1713. – 17, [1] p ; 4°
FD 2093
18
CLARKE , George
A Treatise of wool and cattel. In a letter written to a friend, occasion'd upon a discourse concerning the great
abatements of rents, and low value of lands. Wherein is shewed how their worth and value may be
advanced by the improvement of the manufacture of our English wool, and the spending of our cattel. And
is farther proved, that cloathing and hospitality tend to the support of the honour, wealth, and strehgth of
our English nation.
– London : printed by J.C. for Will. Crook, 1677. – [2], 33 p. ; 4°
FD 2259
CLARKE , James Stanier
The Political, commercial, and civil, state of Ireland. By the Rev. Dr. Clarke, secretary for the Library and
chaplain to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales. Being an appendix to "Union or separation"...
– London: printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to the Queen, & J. Wright, Piccadilly; Clarke, New Bond
Street; & Revington, St. Pauls Church Yard. 1799. – [2], 80, [2]p ; 8°
(Par James Stanier Clarke d'après la National Library of Ireland, Dublin. Attribué parfois par erreur (cf.
Copac) à Thomas Brooke Clarke (fl. 1757-1809). "Union or separation" est de Josiah Tucker)
FD 2015
CLARKE , Thomas Brooke
et HUME , David
et TUCKER , doyen
Coup d'oeil sur la force et l'opulence de la Grande-Bretagne.
– Paris : Levrault frères, 1802. – 8°
(Lettre de David Hume et réponse du doyen Tucker : pp. 67-75)
FD 583
CLEEVE, Bourchier
A Scheme for preventing a further increase of the national debt, and for reducing the same inscribed to the
Right Honourable Philip Dormer Stanhope, ...
– London : R. and J. Dodsley, 1756. – 4°
FD 186
CLEMENT , Simon
A dialogue between a countrey gentleman and a merchant, concerning the falling of guinea's : wherein the
whole argument relating to our money is discuss'd.
– London, printed by John Astwood for Samuel Crouch, at the corner of Popes-head-Alley in Cornhill,
1696. – 22, [2]p. (sig. A-C4) ; 4°
FD 2414
A Discourse of the general notions of money, trade, & exchanges, as they stand in relation each to other.
Attempted by wy of aphorism : with a Letter to a Minister of State, further explaining the aphorisms, and
applying them to the present circumstances of this Nation... By a merchant [C. Simon].
– London : [s.n.], 1695. – 4°
FD 2273
A Vindication of the Bank of England from the misrepresentations, and groundless suggestions of a late
pamphlet, entituled, Remarks upon the Bank of England [par John Broughton]. To which is added, by way
of Appendix, Essays upon banks, upon credit, and upon plenty and scarcity of money. By a merchant.
– London : printed for R. Parker at the Unicorn under the Royal-Exchange, 1707. – 96 p. (sig. A-M4) ; 8°
FD 2064
CLERK , John
An essay upon the XV. article of the treaty of Union, wherein the difficulties that arise upon the equivalents,
are fully cleared and explained.
– [Edinburgh?] Printed in the year M.DCC.VI. – 28 p. (sig. A-C4 D2) ; 4°
FD 2051
19
CLERKE , George
The dealers in stock's assistant: or, a calculation of the value of any parcel of stock from 10000 l. to 1 l. at the
rate of 1/16 of a pound per cent. to 200 l. per cent. For the ease of the proprietors of the several
transferrable stocks in buying, selling and casting up dividends. By G.Clerke of the South-Sea-House.
– London: printed for the author by J. Read; and sold by E. Symons, at the Corner of Pope's-Head-Alley,
near the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, [1725?]. – 84 p.(sig. A-F4 G3 H-K4 L3) ; 12°
FD 1955
COBDEN , Richard
1793 and 1853, in three letters. By Richard Cobden, esq., M.P. ... – Fifth edition
– London : James Ridgway, 1853. – 140 p. : 21 cm
FD 995
COKE , Roger
A discourse of trade in two parts : the first treats of the reason of the decay of the strength, wealth, and trade
of England : the latter, of the growth and increase of the Dutch trade above the English.
– London : H. Brome, 1670. – 4°
FD 2276
England's improvements : in two parts : In the latter in discoursed how the navigation of England may be
increased, and the soveraignty of the British seas more secured tot he crown of England. Treatise III.
– London : H. Brome, 1675. – 4°
FD 2235
A treatise concerning the regulation of the coyn of England, and how the East-India trade may be preserved
and encreased.
– London : R. Clavel, 1696. – 4°
FD 2402
FD 2416
Treatise wherein is demontrated : that the church and state of England, are in equal danger with the trade of
it.
– London : H. Brome, 1671. – 2 parts ; 4°
FD 2275
COLLINS , John
A plea for the bringing in of Irish cattel, and keeping out of fish caught by foreigners : together with an
humble address to the Honourable Members of Parliament of the Counties of Cornwal and Devon, about
the advancement of tin, fishery and divers manufactures
– London : Langley Curtis, 1680. – 4°
FD 2238
Salt and fishery : a discourse.
– London : A. Godbid and J. Playford, 1682. – 4°
FD 2294
COMBRUNE , Michael
Of Hampstead, brewer Considerations on the present high prises of provisions and the necessaries of life
– London : W. Nicoll, 1764. –4°
FD 2435
20
COMPANY OF MERCHANTS OF ENGLAND TRADING TO THE LEVANT
The allegations of the Turky Company and others against the East-India-Company, relating to the
management of that trade : presented to the Right Honourable the Lords of His Majesties Most Honourable
Privy Council, the 17th. pf August 1681. Together with the Answer of the said East-India Company.
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1681. – 2°
FD 171
The case of the Governor and Company of Merchants of England trading to the Levant Seas [humbly
submitted to the consideration of the legislature]
–– [S.l.] : [s.n.]Description : 3 p. ; 2°
FD 184
COMPANY OF SCOTLAND TRADING TO AFRICA AND THE INDIES
The representation and petition of the Council-General of the Indian and African Company to the Parliament.
[Sign'd at Edinburg the 16th day of May, 1700]
– Edinburg : [s.n.], 1700. – 19 p. ; 8°
FD 2467
Comparative state...
A comparative state of the two refected money bills, in 1692 and 1769. With some observations on Poynings
act, and the Explanatory statute of Philip and Mary
– Dublin : J. Williams, 1770. – 8°
FD 2490
Compleat history...
A compleat history of the late septennial Parliament, wherein all their proceedings are particularly enquir'd
into, and faithfully related ; with proper remarks, and many secret memoirs interspers'd, concerning the late
times. To which is prefix'd, honest advice to the freeholders of Great Britain
– London : J. Peele, 1720. – 8°
FD 2110
CONCANEN, Matthew
Rise and fall of the late projected Excise. impartially consider'd...
– Dublin : G. Ewing, 1733. – 12°
FD 1919
Conduct of Messrs. Daniel Mussenden...
The conduct of Messrs. Daniel Mussenden, James Adair and Thomas Bateron, and the other managers of the
Belfast charitable scheme impartially examined
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1759. – 8°
FD 2441
Consequences of a law...
The Consequences of a law for reducing the dutys upon French wines, brandy, silks and linen, to those of
other Nations. With remarks on the Mercator
– London, printed for W. Brand and J. Kent at the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, and sold by A.
Baldwin in Warwick-Lane. 1713. – 24 p. ; 8°
FD 374/06
Considerable advantages...
The considerable advantages of a South-Sea trade to our English Nation : Humbly offer'd, with other
particulars, to the consideration of this present Parliament, partly from the information of divers French
officers, lately taken by one of Her Majesty's Ships, and who had sailed and traded in those seas
– London : S. Popping, [1713?]. – 8°
FD 2460
21
Considerations on the woollen manufactory
Considerations on the woollen manufactory of Ireland, in a letter addressed to this grace Charles, duke of
Rutland. / by a Friend to Ireland
– Dublin : W. Porter, 1785. – 8°
FD 1967
Considerations on our Corn-laws
Considerations on our Corn-laws, and the bill proposed to amend them
– Aberdeen ; Edinburgh : C. Elliot, 1777. – 12°
FD 1929
Considerations on the policy
Considerations on the policy, commerce and circumstances of the kingdom
– London : J. Almon, 1771. – 8°
FD 2486
COTTON, Robert ,Sir
Cottoni Posthuma : divers choice pieces of the renowned antiquary
– London : C. Harper, 1679. – 8°
(Ed. par James Howel d'après la dédicace. Comprend : "Valour anatomized in a fancie" / by Philip Sidney ;
et "Sir Francis Walsingham's anatomizing of honesty, ambition, and fortitude")
FD 388
COWPER , Thomas
A short essay upon trade in general, but more enlarged on that branch relating to the woollen manufactures of
Great Britain and Ireland : wherein is detected the scandalous exaggerations and calculations of Mess.
Webber, London, and the Traper... Humbly address'd to the Lords Commissioners of Trade and
Plantations.
– London : J. Huggonson, 1741. – 8°
FD 2356
COX, Richard
A letter... to Thomas Prior... shewing, from experience, a sure method to establish the linen-manufacture: and
the beneficial effects, it will immediately produce..
– Dublin : P. Wilson, 1749. –8°
FD 2329
The present state of his majesty's revenue compared with that of some late years.
– Dublin : P. Wilson, 1762. – 8°
FD 2440
The proceeding of the honourable House of Commons of Ireland, in rejecting the altered Money-Bill, on
December 17, 1753, vindicated by authorities taken from the law and usage of Parliament. Wherein are
occasionally exposed the fallacies of two pamphlets, intitled, "Considerations on the late Bill, &c." - and
"Observations relative to the late Bill for paying off the residue of the National Debt."
– Dublin : printed for Peter Wilson, 1754. – 95 p. ; 8°
(Les 2 pamphlets sont respectivement de Christopher Robinson et David Bindon)
FD 2244
CROMARTY, George MACKENZIE, Earl of
Parainesis Pacifica : or a perswasive to the Union of Britain.
– Edinburgh : A. Symson, 1702. – 4°
FD 1963
22
CULPEPER , Thomas
A discourse shewing the many advantages which will accrue to this kingdom by the abatement of usury
together with the absolute necessity of reducing interest of money to the lowest rate it bears in other
countreys, that, at least we may trade with our neighbours upon equal termes.
– London : Th. Leach, 1668. –4°
FD 2215
23
D
DARANDA, Paul
A letter from an English merchant at Amsterdam, to his friend at London, concerning the trade and coin of
England
– London : S. C rouch, 1695. – 4°
FD 2261
DAVANZATI , Bernardo
& TOLAND , John Francis
A discourse upon coins
– London : A. and J. Churchill, 1696. – 4°
FD 2408
DAVENANT , Charles
A discourse upon grants and resumptions. Showing how our ancestors have proceeded with such ministers as
have procured to themselves grants of the crown-revenue ; and that the forfeited estates ought to be applied
towards the payment of the publick debts. By the author of The essay on ways and means
– London : printed for James Knapton. 1700. – [16], 448 p. ; 8°
FD 1914
& MOYLE , Walter. – Discourses on the publick revenues, and on the trade of England : in two parts.
– London : K. Knapton, 1698. – 2 part. ; 8°
(Comprend : Part I, To which is added : "A Discourse upon improving the reveue of the State of Athens... by
Xenophon... now made English from the original, with some historical notes, / by another Hand [Walter
Moyle] ; Part II, To wich is added, the late "Essay on the East-India trade"/ by the same Hand)
FD 2455
FD 2456
An essay on the East-India-Trade
– London : [s.n.], 1696. – 8°
FD 2388
Essay upon I ; The ballance of power ; II ; The right of making war, peace, and alliances ; Universal
monarchy. To which is added, an Appendix containing the Records referr'd to in the second Essay
– London : J. Knapton, 1701. – 2 parties en 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 2445
An essay upon the probable methods of making a People Gainers in the ballance of trade.
– London : J. Knapton, 1699. – plans dépl. h. t ; 8°
FD 2458
FD 2462
An essay upon ways and means of supplying the war
– London : J. Tonson, 1701. – tableau dépl ; 8°
FD 2308
FD 2446
Essays upon Peace at Home, and War Abroad : in two parts : Part I
– London : J. Knapton, 1704. – 8°.
(No more published)
FD 1965
24
DAVENANT , Charles, suite
The political and commercial works of that celebrated writer Charles Davenant, LL.D. relating to the trade
and revenue of England, the plantation trade, the East-India trade, and African trade. Collected and revised
by Sir Charles Whitworth, member of Parliament. To which is annexed a copious Index. In five volumes.
Volume I [-V]
– London : printed for R. Horsfield in Ludgate Street, T. Becket and P.A. De Hondt, and T. Cadelle in the
Strand, and T. Evans in King Street, Covent Garden. MDCCLXXI. – 5 vol. ; 8°
FD 2493
Reflections upon the constitution and management of the trade to Africa, through the whole course and
progress thereof, from the beginning of the last Century, to this time.. : Part II
– London : J. Morphew, 1709. – 2°
FD 197
Remarks upon some wrong computations and conclusions contained in a late trait entitled : Discourses on the
publick revenues, and on the trade of England
– London : W. Keblewhite, 1698. – 8°
FD 2457
A report of the Honourable the Commissioners for putting in execution the Act, intitled, An Act, for the
taking, examining, and stating the publick accounts of the Kingdom. Part I [Part II
– London : [s.n.], 1712. – 2 parties en 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 2457
Sir Thomas Double at court, and in high preferments : in two dialogues between Sir Thomas Double and Sir
Richard Comover, alias Mr Wiglove : on the 27th of September 1710
– [London] : J. Morphew, 1710. – 12°
FD 1199
ou GARDINER, Francis
Some reflections on a pamphlet, intituled, England and East-India inconsistent in their manufactures
– London : [s.n.], 1696? – 8°
(COPAC: Attributed to a writer named Gardner. Cf. BM; Halkett & Laing; Wing. Joyce Appleby states
that "Gardner" = Alderman Francis Gardiner of Norwich. Cf. Appleby, Joyce. "The purchasing ethic and
the spirit of capitalism: a review article", Business History Review, Vol. LII., No. 1 (Spring, 1978). Also
atributed to Charles Davenant (NUC pre-1956)
FD 361
The true picture of a modern whig, set forth in a dialogue between Mr Whiglove and Mr Double, two underspur-leathers to the late Ministry
– London : [s.n.], 1701. – 4°
FD 2386
DAVIES , David
The Case of labourers in husbandry stated and considered, in three parts...: with an Appendix containing a
collection of accounts, shewing the earnings and expences of labouring families, in different parts of the
Kingdom
– Bath : G. G. and J. Robinson, 1795. – 4°
FD 88
DECKER , Matthew
An essay on the causes of the decline of the foreign trade, consequently of the value of the lands of Britain,
and the means to restore both
– London : J. Brotherton, 1750. – 12°
(Attribué aussi à William Richardson)
FD 370
Essai sur les causes du déclin du commerce étranger de la Grande-Bretagne
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1757. – 2 vol. ; 12°
(Trad. Jean-Paul de Gua de Malves)
FD 393
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DECKER , Matthew, suite
Serious considerations on the several high duties which the nation in general (as well as it's trade in
particular) labours under : with a proposal for preventing the running of goods, discharging the trader from
any search and raising all the publick supplies by one single tax.
– London : W. Johnston - P. Davey, 1756. – 8°
FD 2401
Defence of the conduct of the People of Ireland
A defence of the conduct of the People of Ireland, in their unanimous refusal of Mr Wood's copper-money
wherein all the arguments advanced in favour of it, are particularly considered
– Dublin : E. Ewing, 1724. – 8°
FD 1917
FD 2160
Defence of the Perthshire resolutions
Defence of the Perthshire resolutions : in answer to a letter upon the distillery by a fereeholder of Perthshire
– Edinburgh : W. Creech, 1784. – 8°
FD 1975
DEFOE , Daniel
A brief case of the distillers, and of the distilling trade in England, shewing how far it is the interest of
England to encourage the said trade... Humbly recommended to the Lords and Commons of Great Britain,
in the present Parliament assembled
– London : T. Warner, 1726. – 8°
FD 2163
The chimera : or, the French way of paying national debts laid open : Being an impartial account of the
proceedings in France, for raising a paper credit, and settling the Mississipi Stock
– London : T. Warner, 1720. – [2], 76 p. ; 8°
FD 4310
The compleat English tradesman . Volume II in two parts. [2e part;]
– London : printed for Charles Rivington, 1727. –8°
FD 855/02
The complete English tradesman directing him in the several parts and progressions of Trade . Vol. 1. – 3rd
ed
– London : printed for C. Rivington, 1732. – 8°
FD 855/01
Considerations on the present state of the Nation, as to publick credit, stocks, the landed and trading interests.
With a proposal for the speedy lessening the publick debts, and restoring credit, in a manner consistent
with parliamentary engagements. In which is shewn, that the applying the seven millions due from the
South-Sea Company towards sinking the national debt, is more for the benefit of the proprietors of the
several funds, and the lasting interest of the Nation, than remitting the same can be. The second edition.
– London : printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and A. Dodd without Temple-Bar. 1721. – VIII, 70 p ;
8° (Attribué à Daniel Defoe par William Peterfield Trent. Attribution non retenue par Philip Nicholas
Furbank & W.R. Owens, A critical bibliography of Daniel Defoe)
FD 2115
An essay at removing national prejudices against a union with Scotland...
– London: printed in the year 1706. [puis (Edinburg) Printed in the year MDCCVI. – 4 parties ([2], 30 ; 32
; 35, [1] ; 44, [1]p.) ; 4°
(Par Daniel Defoe d'après Furbank & Owens. Part. 3 & 4 publ. à Edinburgh d'après les mêmes)
FD 2053
An essay on credit and the Bankrupt Act, with some reflections on the Escape-Act
– London : A. Baldwin, 1707. – 8
FD 2065
26
DEFOE , Daniel, suite
An essay on the South-Sea trade, with an enquiry into the grounds and reasons of the present dislike and
complaint against the settlement of a South-Sea Company. – The second edition corrected
– London : J. Baker, 1712. – 8°
FD 348
An essay on ways and means for the advancement of trade, and for paying off in few years, the debts of the
nation, without laying any additional burden on land
– London : T. Warner, 1726. – 8°
FD 2161
An essay towards restoring of publick credit : humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Honourable House
of Commons... By a Faithful Subject of the Best of Kings ; and a well-wisher to the happiest constitution in
the World
– London : J. Roberts, 1721. – 8°
FD 2116
Essays upon several projects : or effectual ways for advancing the interest of the Nation.
– London : The Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1702. – 8°
FD 345
The evident approach of a war, and something of the necessity of it, in order to establish peace, and preserve
trade... To which is added an exact plan and description of the bay and city of Gibraltar
– London : J. Roberts : A. Dodd, 1727. – 8°
FD 346
Fair payment no spunge : or some considerations on the unreasonableness of refusing to receive back money
lent on publick securities, and the necessity of setting the Nation free from the insupportable burthen of
debt and taxes.
– London : J. Brotherton and W. Meddows : J. Roberts, 1717
FD 2075
A general history of trade, and especially consider'd as it respects the British commerce, as well at Home, as
to all Parts of the World, with essays upon the improvement of our trade in particular
– London : J. Baker, 1713. – 8°
FD 2094
The History of the union between England and Scotland, by Daniel De-Foe: with an appendix of original
papers. To which is now added a Life of the celebrated author, and a copious index
– London: printed for John Stockdale, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly. M.DCC.LXXXVI. – [4],
XXXII, 781, [1]p. : portrait front. ; 4°
(Portr. de Defoe gravé s.c. par W. Skelton. – Contient : p. I-XXIV: The life of DeFoe / George Chalmers)
FD 80
A letter from a Member of the House of Commons to his friend in the country, relating to the Bill of
Commerce. With a true copy of the Bill, and an exact list of all those who voted for and against engrossing
it
– London : printed and sold by J. Baker at the Black-oy in Pater-Noster-Row. 1713. – [2], 46 p. ; 8°.
(Parfois attribué à Defoe. Pas dans Furbank & Owens, A critical bibliography of Daniel Defoe)
FD 374/01
A letter from Mr Reason, to the High and Mighty Prince the Mob : [suivi de] ; The rabbler convicted : or a
friendly advice to all turbulent and factious persons, from one of their own number
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], [1706]. – 4°
(Publié avec : The rabbler convicted : or a friendly advice to all turbulent and factious persons, from one of
their own number)
FD 2056/01
A Letter to the Honourable A----r M----re, Com----ner [Arthur Moore, Commoner] of trade and plantation
– London : J. Roberts, 1714. – 39, [1]p. : tableau dépl ; 8°
FD 2084
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DEFOE , Daniel, suite
A plan of the English commerce : being a compleat prospect of the trade of this Nation, as well the home
trade as the foreign, in three parts... Humbly offered to the consideration of the King and Parliament
– London : Ch. Rivington, 1728. – 8°
FD 2159
A plan of the English commerce, being a complete prospect of the trade of this nation, as well home as
foreign, in three parts. – Second edition
– London : C. Rivington, 1737. – 8°
FD 647
The rise of the stocks, the ruin of the People, plainly demonstrated, in three letters to a Member of
Parliament.
– London : W. Boreham, 1721. – 8°
FD 2121
Some remarks on the first chapter in Dr Davenant's Essays
– London : A. Baldwin, 1704. – 4°
FD 1193
The south-sea scheme examin'd : and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated. – The second edition
– London : J. Roberts, 1720. – 8°
(Probablement par Defoe : New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature)
FD 2134
The state of the excise after the Union, compared with what it is now
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], 1706. – 4°
FD 2068
The trade with France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, considered : with some observations on the Treaty of
Commerce between Great Britain and France
– London, printed for J. Baker, at the Black-Boy in Pater-noster-Row.. M.DCC.XIII.
Description : 23, [1]p. ; In-8°. (Parfois attribué à D. Defoe)
FD 374/05
A true account of the design, and advantages of the South-Sea trade : with answers to all the objections rais'd
against it, a list of the commodities proper for that trade, and the progress of the subscription towards the
South-Sea Company
– London : J. Morphew, 1711. – 8°
FD 2102
The villainy of stock-jobbers detected, and the causes of the late run upon the Bank and bankers discovered
and considered
– London : [s.n.], 1701. – 4°
FD 2385
Ways and means to make South-Sea Stock more intrinsically worth than ready money : by reducing the
interest of money to 3 1. per cent. without an Act of Parliament
– London : T. Bickerton, 1720. – 8°
FD 2144
DENSMORE, Emmet
Sex equality : a solution of the woman problem
– London : S. Sonnenschein, [s.d.]. – 8°
FD 2200
DE VEIL, Thomas, Sir, 1684-1746
Reasons against licensing pawnbrokers humbly offer'd. to the consideration of the legislature ... Wherein the
pamphlet, intitl'd y " An Apology for the business of Pawnbroking", is examined and confuted ...
– London : M. Cooper, 1745. – 8°
FD 2374
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Dialogue between a banker and a merchant
A dialogue between a banker and a merchant of the city of Dublin. Together with a letter to the subscribers of
an address in the Dublin Gazette of Saturday last, March the 9th who call themselves the merchants and
traders of the city of Dublin
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2390
Dialogue between Jest...
A dialogue between Jest : an East-India stock jobber, and Earnest, an honest merchant
– London : [s.n.], 1708. – 16°
FD 2103
Dispassionate remonstrance...
A dispassionate remonstrance of the nature and tendency of the laws now in force for the reduction of
interest,... With a proposal for universal and immediate redress.
– London : J. Robinson, 1751. – 8°
FD 2355
DOBBS , Arthur
An essay on the trade and improvement of Ireland
– Dublin : J. Smith and W. Bruce, 1729-1731. – 2 part. en 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 2149
A history of Irish affairs, from the 12th. of October 1779, to the 15th. september 1782 : the day of Lord
Temple's arrival
– Dublin : M. Mille, 1782. – 12°
FD 1985
DOUBLEDAY , Thomas
The true law of population shewn to be connected with the food of the people. – Third and enlarged edition,
with a postscript
– London : Smith : Elder & Co, 1853. – 23 cm
FD 577
DOWNSHIRE , Wills HILL , marquis of
A proposal for uniting the kingdoms of Great Britain and Ireland
– London : printed for A. Millar, 1751. – 60 p ; 8° (Attribué également à Philip Francis)
FD 2354
DOYLE , William
A letter to every well-wisher of trade and navigation, containi[n]g a relation of the Author's discoveries on
the Nymph-Fishing-Bank, near the South Coast of Ireland.
– Dublin : R. Reilly, 1739. – carte dépl. h.t ; 8°
FD 2194
Two Letters wherein the sovereignty of the British Seas... is asserted and maintained : with remarks on the
foreign fisheries, and the means of rendring our own successful : the Author's discoveries on the NymphFishing-Bank. – Second edition, to which is annexed a Third Letter
– London : J. Brett [et al.], 1739. – Carte dépl. h.t ; 8°
FD 2193
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DRAKE, James
An Essay concerning the necessity of equal taxes.. Some considerations on the present posture of affairs at
Home and Abroad, and the influence which the death of His late Majesty may probably have thereupon
– London : R. Gibson : T. Hodgson : J. Nut, 1702. (Publié avec : Some considerations on the present posture
of affairs at Home and Abroad, and the influence which the death of His late Majesty may probably have
thereupon)
FD 1960
DRUMMOND, Henry
Cheap corn best for farmers, proved in a Letter to George Holme Sumner, esq. M.P. for the county of Surrey.
By One of his constituents [Henry Drummond]. Second edition
– London : James Ridgway, 169, Piccadilly. 1826. (Green, printer, Leicester-st. Leicester-sq.), 1826. – IV,
37, [1]p. : 22 cm
FD 576/05
Duke of Anjou's succession...
The duke of Anjou's succession considered, as to its legality and consequences ; with reflections on the
French King's Memorial to the Dutch, and on what may be the interest of the several Princes and States of
Christendom, with respect to the present conjuncture ; The duke of Anjou's succession further consider'd,
as to the danger that may arise from it to Europe in general, but more particularly to England, and the
several branches of our trade : Part II
– London : A. Baldwin, 1701. – 2 parties en 1 vol ; 4°
FD 2383
DURBAN , J. B. Bertrand
Essais sur les principes des finances
– Londres : [s.n.], 1769. – 8°
FD 495
DUTTON , Matthew
The law of Masters and Servants in Ireland
– Dublin : E. Dobson, 1723. – XVI-408 p. : portrait gr. en front ; 8°
FD 2120
DYER , George
The Complaints of the people of England ... 2e edition
– London : J. Ridgway, 1793. – 8°
FD 2007
30
E
E. H.
Decus & Tutamen : or, our new money as now coined, in full weight and fineness, proved to be for the
honour, safety, and advantage of England. Written by way of answer to Sir Richard Temple and Dr
Barbon. To which is added, an essay to preserve our new money from being hoarded, melted down,
transported or counterfeited
– London : [s.n.], 1696. – 8°
FD 2322
EAST INDIA COMPANY
A dialogue between a Director of the new East-India Company, and one of the Committee for preparing byLaws for the said Company. In which those for a rotation of Directors, and the preventing of bribes are
particularly debated
– London : A. Bell, 1694. –4°
FD 2384
EATON , Richard
A Book of rates, inwards and outwards : with the neat duties and drawbacks payable on importation and
exportation of all sorts of merchandize... second edition
– Dublin : Boulter Grierson, 1767. – 8°
FD 2480
EDEN , William
A letter to the earl of Carlisle,... on the representations of Ireland respecting a free trade
– Dublin : R. Marchbank, 1779. – 8°
FD 1918
FD 1937
EDGAR, Thomas, lawyer
& THYNNE, Egremont, Sir
The lawes resolutions of womens rights : or, the Lawes provision for woemen. A methodicall collection of
such statutes and customes, with the cases, opinions, arguments and prints of learning in the law, as doe
properly concerne women. Together with a compendious table, etc. [The preface signed: I.L., i.e. Sir
Egremont Thynne?; the epistle to the reader signed: T.E., i.e. Thomas Edgar?]
– London : J. More, 1632. – 4°
FD 2216
ENGLAND . Parliament
BUTEL-DUMONT , Georges-Marie , trad.
Acte du Parlement d'Angleterre connu sous le nom d'Acte de navigation passé en 1660
– Amsterdam ; Paris : A.-Ch. Jombert, 1760. – 12°
FD 1021
Anno Regni Georgii Regis... decimo tertio. At the Parliament begun... the ninth day of October... 1722... [An
Act for better regulation of the Linen and Hempen Manufactures in... Scotland. - An Act for encouraging
and promoting fisheries, and other manufactures... in... Scotland]
– Edinburgh : J. Davidson, 1728. – 32 p. ; 8°
FD 2166
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ENGLAND . Parliament, suite
Anno Regni Georgii II. Regis magnae Britanniae. Franciae Hiberniae vicesimo-quarto. At the Parliament
begun and holden at Westminster. The Tenth day of november. Anno 1747... (Act for the better regulating
the linen and Hempen manufactures in Scotland)
– Edinburgh : R. Freebairn, 1751. – 21 p. ; 8°
FD 2341
A Bill for giving further time to trustees therein named, to execute certain tursts vested in them in and by an
Act of Parliament made in the sixteenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled, An Act for
vesting the remainder in fee of several lands in Ireland in trustees, in order to sell the same to protestant
purchasers [read 3 April 1758?]
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1758?]. – 2°
FD 170
ENGLISH GENTLEMAN ABROAD
Popery and tyranny or the present state of France in relation to its government, trade, manners of the people,
and nature ot the countrey... in a letter from an English gentleman abroad, to his friend in England...
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1679. – 4°
FD 2250
Enquiries into the principal causes...
Enquiries into the principal causes of the general poverty of the common people of Ireland : with remedies
propos'd for removing of them
– Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1725. – 8°
DL 2171
ENSOR, George, 1769-1843
An inquiry concerning the population of nations : containing a refutation of Mr Malthu's : essay on
population
– London : E. Wilson, 1818. – 8°
FD 2020
Essais sur les assemblées provinciales
Essais sur les assemblées provinciales : ou réflexion d'un patriote sur les effets qui en sont résultés. –
Nouvelle édition, revue, corrigée et considérablement augmentée
– Londres : [s.n.], 1789. – 4°
FD 2850
ETHNICUS
Why am I a Socialist ? Or a defence of social principles ; in a letter to a Christian friend. By Ethnicus
– 1841
FD 1594/06
EVELYN , John
Navigation and commerce their original and progress.
– London : B. Tooke, 1674. – 8°
FD 2240
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F
FARNHAM, Barry Maxwell Earl of
An examination into the principles contained in a panphlet : entitled "the speech of Lord Minto : with some
remarks upon a pamphlet, intitled "Observations on the part of the speaker's speech which relates to trade /
Barry
– Dublin : J. Moore, [s.d.]. - 8°
FD 2017
FARRER
Sentiments of a corn-factor, on the present situation of the corn trade
– London : J. Richardson, 1758. –8°
FD 2437
FAUQUIER, Francis, 1704?-1768
An essay on ways and means for raising money for the support of the present war, without increasing the
public debts
– London : Cooper, 1756. – 8°
FD 2406
FENTON , Roger
A treatise of usurie
– London : F. Kyngston, 1611. – 4°
FD 2619
FERGUSON , Adam
Principles of moral and political science : being chiefly a retrospect of lectures delivered in the College of
Edinburgh
– Edinburgh : W. Creech ; London : A. Strahan and T. Cadell, 1792. – 2 vol.
FD 258
Few thoughts on political subjects
A few thoughts on political subjects, submitted to the consideration of the manufacturers and others in the
west of Scotland
– Edinburgh : A. Shirrefs, 1792. – 8°
FD 2005
FIELDING , Henry
An enquiry into causes of the late increase of robbers, etc. with some proposals for remedying this growing
evil.
– London : A. Millar, 1751. – 12°
FD 2333
FILMER , Robert , sir
& TWISDEN , Roger , sir
A discourse wether it may be lawful to take use for money
– London : Will. Crook, 1678. – 12°
FD 2243
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FIRMIN , Thomas
Some proposals for the imployment of the poor. and for the prevention of idleness and the consequence
thereof. begging. A pratice so dishonourable of the nation, and to the christian religion.
– London : J. Grover, 1681. – 4°
FD 2300
FITZGERALD, Maurice
Recantation or, a second letter to the worshipful dean of guild and the merchants and manufacturers of the
city of Glasgow: being a compleat refutation of every thing that has been advanced, or can hereafter be
offered in favour of the Irish bills and exhibiting the ruinous consequences which their passing into laws
would infallibly produce...
– London: printed for Fielding and Walker, Paternoster-Row; G. Kearsley, T. Whieldon and Co. FleetStreet; and W. Flexney, opposite Gray's Inn-Gate, Holborn. MDCCLXXIX. – [2], 8, 36 p. ; 8°
FD 1938
FLEETWOOD , William
Chronicon preciosum : or, an account of English money, the price of corn, and other commodities, for the
last 600 years.
– London : Ch. Harper, 1707. – 8°
FD 2066
A sermon against clipping, preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayer and Court of Aldermen, at
Guild-Hall Chappel, on Decemb. 16. 1694
– London : J. Whitlock, 1694. – 4°
FD 2289
FLETCHER, Andrew
A letter concerning the consequence of an incorporating union in relation to trade
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1706. – 27 p ; 4°
FD 2048
FORBES , William
A Candid review of Mr. Pitt's twenty resolutions. Addressed to the people of Ireland...
– London: printed for J. Debrett, opposite Burlington-House, Piccadilly, MDCCLXXXV. – [4], 79, [1]p. ;
8°. (Éventuellement attribué (cf. National Library of Ireland) à sir William Forbes)
FD 1995
FORSTER, Nathaniel
An enquiry into the causes of the present high price of provisions : in two parts
– London : J. Fletcher, 1767. – 8°. (Comprend : I, Of the general causes of this eire ; II, Of the causes of it
in some particular instances)
FD 2478
FORTREY , Samuel
England's interest and improvement, consider'd in the increase of the trade of this Kingdom... [By Samuel
Fortrey]. The Fourth edition
– London : W. Bickerton, 1744. –8°
FD 1198
Englands interest consider'd, in the [increase of the trade of this Kingdom ... [By Samuel Fortrey]
– London : J. Baker, 1713. – 8°
FD 377
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FOSTER , John
Speech ... delivered in committee on monday the 17th. day of february 1800
– Dublin : J. Moore, 1800. – 8°
FD 2016
Four Letters originally written in French
Four Letters originally written in French, relating to the Kingdom of Ireland, accopanied with remarks ; to
which is added a fifth Letter... containing a computation of the number of inhabitants in all the kingdoms
and chief cities of Europe
– Dublin : E. Exshaw, 1739. – 12°
FD 2195
FRANCE . Conseil de commerce
Memorials presented, by the Deputies of the Council of Trade in France, to the Royal Council in 1701...
concerning the commerce of that Nation to their American Islands, Guinea, the Levant, Spain, England,
Holland, and the North... Now first published. In French and English
– London : J. and P. Knapton : E. Symon : J. Stagg, 1737. – 8°
FD 2188
French excise
French excise : or a compendious of the several exices in France, and the oppressive methods us'd in
collecting them, published for the information of the people of Great-Britain
– London : M. Smith, [1733]. – 8°
FD 2141
FRIEND TO THE PEACE AND PROSPERITY OF IRELAND.
A dialogue between Dean Swift and and Tho. Prior. esq., in the isles of St. Patrick's church, Dublin... October
9th 1753
– Dublin : G. and A. Ewing, 1753. – 8°
FD 2353
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G
GAIRDNER, Andrew
A brief account of the rise, progress, management and state of the Orphan-School, Hospital and Work-House
at Edinburgh, as on the first January 1735
– Edinburgh : T. Lumisden and J. Robertson, 1735. –8° (Attributed to Andrew Gairdner, treasurer of the
hospital)
FD 2177
GALE , Samuel
An essay on the nature and principles of public credit
– London : B. White, 1784. – 8°
FD 1981
GAST , John
A letter to the tradesmen, farmers, and the rest of the good people of Ireland. – Second edition
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2395
GEE , Joshua
The trade and navigation of Great-Britain considered : shewing... an account of the commodities each
country we trade with withtakes from us, and what we take from them. – New edition, with many
interesting notes and additions
– London : J. Almon : S. Bladon, 1767. –12°
FD 366
Considérations sur le commerce et la navigation de la Grande-Brétagne ouvrage traduit de l'anglais, de M.
Joshua-Gee, sur la quatrième édition [par J. B. de Secondat]
– Londres : A. Bettesworth & C. Hitch, S.Birt, 1749. –12°
FD 391
GIBBONS , William
A reply to sir Lucius O'Brien, bart. In which that part of his letter to the author which most particularly
respects the present state of the iron trade between England and Ireland is considered
– Bristol : Cocking and Rudhall, 1785. – 8°
FD 1968
GILBERT , Thomas
A digest of the poor laws, in order to their being reduced into one act, with references to the statutes, and
marginal observations
– London : P. Vriel, 1768. – 8°
FD 2471
GODFREY , Michael
A short account of the Bank of England : heretofore
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1696 ?]. –4°
FD 1945
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GODWIN , William
An enquiry concerning political justice and its influence on general virtue and happiness
– London : G. G. J : J. Robinson, 1793. – 2 vol. ; 4°
FD 145
Caleb Williams..
– London : H. Colburn : R. Bentley, 1831. – 12°
FD 1529
The enquirer : reflections on education manners and literature
– London : G. G. and J. Robinson, 1797. – 481 p ; 8°
FD 1433
Memoirs of the author of a vindication of the rights of woman
– London : J. Johnson, 1798. 12°
FD 1572
Of population : an enquiry concerning the power of increase in the numbers of manking, being an answer to
Mr Malthus's essay on that subject
– London : Longman : Hurst : Rees : Orme : Brown, 1820. – 8°
FD 1436
GORDON , Thomas, pseud. BRITANNICUS
Francis, Lord Bacon : ot the case of private and national corruption, and bribery, impartially consider'd.
Addres'd to all South-Sea Directors, Members of Parliament, Ministers of State, and Church-Dignitaries. –
The second edition
– London : printed for J. Roberts, 1721. – XVI, 62 p ; 8°
FD 2124
GOULD, Nathaniel, Sir
An essay on the publick debts of this kingdom. – Second edition
– London : J. Peele, 1726. – 8°
FD 2167
GOVERNORS OF THE SCHOOLS FOUNDED BY ERASMUS SMITH
The Charter of King Charles II. impowering Erasmus Smith,... to erect grammar schools in the Kingdom of
Ireland... and for several other charitable uses. Together with an act of Parliament for the further
application of the said charity
– Dublin, printed by Samuel Fairbrother, 1724. – 52 p. ; 8°. (Contient : "The charter of King Charles II" (p.
3-32) . "An act for further application of the rents and profits of the lands and tenements..." (p. 35-52)
FD 2108
GRAUNT , John
&PETTY , William
& MORRIS , Corbyn
& POSTLETHWAYT , James
& BIRCH , Thomas
A collection of the yearly bills of mortality, from 1657 to 1758 inclusive : together with several other bills of
an earlier date : to which are subjoined, I ; Natural and political observations on the Bills of mortality
Another essay in political arithmetic, concerning the growth of the City of London III ; Observations on the
past growth and present state of the City of London A comparative view of the diseases and ages, and a
table of the probabilities of life, for the last thirty years
– London : A. Millar, 1759. – 2 part. ; 4°
FD 112
Natural and political abservations mentioned in a following Index, and made upon the Bills of mortality. The
fifth edition, much enlarged / John Graunt
– London : J. Martyn, 1676. – 8°
FD 2260
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GRAY , John
A Commercio-political essay, on the nature of the balance of foreign trade, as it respects a commercial
intercourse between Great-Britain and France, and between Great-Britain and other nations...
– London: printed for John Stockdale, s.d. [1787]. – 52, [4]p. ; 8°
(Anonyme dans Kress, notice B. 1191; Goldsmiths', notice 13390; COPAC. Attribué à John Gray par une
note ms. sur la page de titre de l'exemplaire FD 1946, Bibliothèque universitaire de Poitiers. Datable de
1787 par la liste of "Just published, by John Stockdale" qui annonce le discours de Calonne à l'Assemblée
des notables, 22 février 1787. Un autre titre, anonyme et attribué à John Gray (1724-1811), "A plan for
finally settling the government of Ireland..." a été publié par Stockdale en 1785)
FD 1946
The essential principles of the wealth of nations, illustrated, in opposition to some false notions of Dr. Adam
Smith and others
– London : T. Becket, 1797. – 8°
FD 1050
GREAT BRITAIN. Board of Trade
To guard against misrepresentation. An authentic statement, faithfully extracted from the report of the
Committee of the Privy Council appointed by His Majesty for the consideration of all matters relating to
the intended system of commerce between Great-Britain and Ireland. To which are added, Observations
resulting from the facts, as stated by the Committee. Addressed to the merchants and manufacturers of
Great-Britain
– London : printed for J. Debrett, 1785. – [4],27,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 1971
GREAT BRITAIN. Commissioners and Trustees for Improving Fisheries and Manufactures in
Scotland
Directions for raising flax published by order of the commissions and trustees for fisheries, manufactures,
and inprovements, in Scotland
– Edinburgh : [s.n.], 1763. – 8°
FD 2449
GREAT BRITAIN. Commissioners Appointed to Examine, Take, and State the Public Accounts
of the Kingdom
A report from the Commissioners appointed to take, examine and state the publick accompts of the Kingdom
– [London?] : [s.n.], 1703. – [2], 104 p. ; 8°
FD 2448
GREAT BRITAIN. Parliament
A collection of the acts of Parliament, now in force, relating to the linen manufacture ; with an abstract
thereof under proper heads and an alphabetical index of such words as seem most likely to lead to any
particular article.
– Edinburgh : R. Freebairn, 1751. – 8°
FD 2332
A List of the Lords spiritual and temporal: as also a very exact and correct double list of the Honourable the
Knights and Commissioners of Shires, Citizens and Burgesses, returned to serve in the Parliament of Great
Britain, summoned to meet at Westminster November 12, 1713. and by proclamation prorogued to
December 10. following. Alphabetically digested: viz. I. Of the names of the membres of the present
Parliament, with the county or borough against the same respectively. II. Of the counties, cities, boroughs,
&c. with the names of the late and present Parliament against the same respectively. By which method, if
either the person or place be known, they may both be immediately
– London: printed for Abel Roper, and Samuel Butler, and sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall.
1714. – 32 p. ; In-8
FD 374/14
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GREAT BRITAIN. Parliament.
– House of Commons
The Report of the resolutions of the committer Committee on the affairs of Ireland with the remarks of the
general chamger Chamber of manufacturers of Great-Britain...
– Dublin : P. Cooney, 1785
FD 1974
The Resolutions of England and IrEland relative to a commercial intercourse Getwen the two kingdoms...
– London : J. Stockdale, 1785. – 8°
FD 1970
– House of Commons. Committee to Inquire into the State of Mendicity and Vagrancy in
the Metropolis and its Neighbourhood
Minutes of the evidence taken before the Committee appointed by the House of Commons, to inquire into the
state of mendicity and vagrancy in the Metropolis and its neighbourhood... July 11th, 1815 ; to which is
added, the Second Report... May 28th, 1816
– London : Sherwood Neely and Jones, 1816. –23 cm
FD 1056
Great Britain's Union
Great Britain's Union, and the security of the Hanover succession consider'd. In a letter from Windsor of the
30th of December, 1704, to a Member of Parliament in London / A person of quality
– London : B. Bragg, 1705. – 4°
FD 2042
GRENVILLE , George
[The present State of the Nation]
Mémoire sur l'administration des finances de l'Angleterre, depuis la paix
– Mayence : Impr. des Associés Jean Faust & Jean Guttenberg, 1768. – 2 tomes
(D'après le British Museum l'auteur serait plutôt : William Knox, secrétaire de G. Grenville, ou serait en
fait Thomas Whately, †1772. Trad. fr. Israel Mauduit)
FD 259
FD 2516
GROSSETT, Charles
Hints preparatory to the serious consideration and discussion, of the sundry fisheries of this kingdom. Most
humbly addressed to ... John earl of Buckingham...
– Dublin : J. Exshaw, 1778. – 8°
FD 1932
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H
HAINES , Richard
A breviat of some Proposals prepared to be offered to the great wisdom of the Nation : the King's most
Excellent Majesty, and both House of Parliament, for the speady restoring the woolen manufactures..
– London : Langley Curtis, 1679. – 4°
FD 2246
England's weal & prosperity proposed : or, reasons for erecting publick work-houses in every county, for the
speedy promoting of industry and the woollen manufactory... Humbly... presented to the Honourable
House of Commons
– London : L. Curtis, 1681. – 4°
FD 2248
A model of government of the good of the poor, and the wealth of the Nation... All poor people and their
children for ever... provided for, all idle hands employed, all oppressed parishes eased, all beggars and
vagrants... restrained.
– London : for D.M., 1678. – 4°
HALE , Matthew , Sir
A discourse touching provision for the poor
– London : W. Shrowsber, 1683. – 8°
FD 2288
HALIFAX, George SAVILE, Marquis of, 1633-1695
The anatomy of an Equivalent
– [Edinburg] : [s.n.], [1706]. – 4°
FD 2046
HALL , Richard , hemp and flax dresser, Dublin
Observations made by Richard Hall, of the city of Dublin, hemp and flax dresser; on the methods used in
Holland, in cultivating or raising of hemp and flax. And likewise, his remarks on Mr. Slator's book
– Dublin: printed by Geo. Grierson, at the Two Bibles in Essex-Street. M,DCC,XXIV. – [2], 93, [1]p. : +
papillon d'errata ; in-8
(Répond à l'ouvrage de Lionel Slator, Instructions for the cultivating and raising of flax and hemp, Dublin,
1724)
FD 2109
HANWAY , Jonas
Letters on the importance of the rising generation of the laboring part of our fellow-subjects : being an
account of the miserablestate of the infant parish poor : the great usefulness of the hospit al for exposed and
deserted young children properly restricted : the obligations of parochial officers : and an historical detail
of the whole mortality of London and Westminster, from 1592 to this time.
– London : Printed for A. Millar and T. Cadell : and C. Marse and G. Woodfall, 1767. – 2 vol. ; In-8
FD 2477
HARE , Francis
The Barrier-Treaty [The Hague, 29 oct. 1709] vindicated : [Together with a copy of the Treatyand counterProject]. The third edition
– London : A. Baldwin, 1713. – 8°
FD 2101
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HARLEY , Robert
ou DEFOE , Daniel
An essay upon public credit : being an enquiry how the public credit comes to depend upon the change of
ministry or the dissolutions of parliaments.. : with an argument proving that the public credit may be
upheld and maintained in this nation
– London : Printed for W. Baynes : J. S. Jordan. – 35 p ; 8°
(Généralement attribué à Harley, mais aussi à Defoe (Halkett & Laing)
FD 2011
HARRINGTON , James
TOLAND , John Francis
BIRCH , Thomas, éd.
The Oceana and other works
– London : A. Millar, 1737. – 2°
FD 42
HARRIS , Joseph
An essay on the liberty of the press chiefly as it respects personal slander
– London : printed for J. Raymond, [1755?]. – [4], 47, [1] p ; 8°
(Par Thomas Hayter d'après l'Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, t. 26, p. 77
Dernière p.:"Shortly will be published, written by the same hand, a new Dissertation on parties")
FD 1052/03
An essay upon money and coins. Part I. The theories of commerce, money, and exchanges. [-Part II. Wherein
is shewed, that the established standard of money should not be violated or altered, under any pretence
whatsoever]
– London, [part. 1 :] printed : sold by G. Hawkins at the Middle Temple Gate, Fleet-street. M.DCC.LVII.
[part. 2 :] printed : sold by G. Hawkins ad Milton's Head, by the Middle Temple-Gate, in Fleet-street.
M.DCC.LVIII. – 2 part. (VIII-128 p., XIV-130 p.) ; 8°
FD 1052/01 & 02
FD 2412
HARRIS , Walter
Remarks on the affairs and trade of England and Ireland.
– London : Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, 1691. – [4], 74, [1] p ; 4°
FD 2295
HARTLEY , David
Considerations on the renewal of the bank charter : to which is added, a letter to the Right Honourable the
Lord-Mayor of London. – 2nd ed
– London : Printed for J. Stockdale, 1781. – IV, 38 p ; 8°
FD 1988
HAY , William
Remarks on the laws relating to the poor : with proposals for their better relief and employment
– London : J. Stagg, [1735?]. – 8°
FD 1952
HAY DU CHASTELET , Paul
[Traitté de la politique de France]
The politicks of France
– London : Printed and are to be sold by Thomas Sharpe, 1680. – [8], 196, [6] 99 p ; 12°
FD 2242
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HAYNES , John
Great Britain's glory : or, : an account of the great numbers of poor employ'd in the woollen and silk
manufacturies.. : with the reasons of the decay of these trades.
– London : J. Marshall, 1715. – 8°
FD 2083
A view of the present state of the clothing trade in England : with remarks on the causes and pernicious
consequences of its decay : and a scheme or proper remedies for the recovery of it.
– London : [s.n.], 1706. – 8°
FD 2052
HAZLITT, William, 1778-1830
& MALTHUS , Thomas Robert
A reply to the Essay on population... in a series of letters : to wich are added, extraits from the Essay
– London : Longman, 1807. – 8°
FD 2019
HEALE , William
The great advocate and oratour for women : or the arraignment, tryall and conviction of all such wicked
husbands (or monsters) who hold it lawful to beate their wives... Where : their crafty pleas are fully heard,
and their objections plain'y answered, and confuted.
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1682. – 12°
(Another edition with alterations of "An Apologie for women", by William Heale)
FD 2302
HEATH, C. A.
Considerations against laying any new duty upon sugar : wherein is particularly shewn, that a new imposition
will be ruinous to the sugar colonies... and greatly conductive to the aggrandizement of France : [A
Supplement]
– London : J. Roberts, 1744. –8°
FD 2365
HELY-HUTCHINSON, John
The commercial restraints of Ireland : considered in a series of letters to a noble lord : containing an
historical account of the affairs of that kingdom, so far as they relate to this subject.
– Dublin : W. Hallhead, 1779. – XXII, 240, [1] p : tabl. dépl ; 8°
FD 1194
FD 1936
HERBERT , Claude-Jacques
Essai sur la police générale des grains
– A Londres. M.DCC.LIV. – [2], 53, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 473
HIBERNO BRITANNUS (pseud.)
A letter to a member of parliament from a country gentleman, concerning the growth of the wool, and the
nature of the woollen trade in Ireland : wherein such a method is proposed for preventing the clandestine
exportation of those commodities as will be equally beneficial to both Kingdoms
– [Dublin] ; [London] : [s.n.], 1732. – 12°
FD 2180
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HILL , Joseph
The interest of these United Provinces : being a defence of the Zeelanders choice... together with severall
remarkes upon the present, and conjectures on the future state of affairs in Europe, especially as relating to
this republick
– Middleburg (Pays-Bas) : printed by Thomas Berry according to dutch copie printed at Amsterdam, 1673. –
[120] p ; 4°
FD 2256
HODGES , James
Considerations and proposals for supplying the present scarcity of money and advancing trade
– Edinburgh : Printed and sold at Mrs Ogston's Shop, 1705. – [2] 21 p ; 4°
FD 2043
A letter from Mr. Hodges at London to a member of the Parliament of Scotland
– Edinburgh : printed by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson, 1703. –8 p ; 4°
FD 1964
The present state of England, as to coin and publick charges : in three parts : treating of the necessity of more
money before taxes can be effectual, or trade revived, and of ways and means to procure it.. : most humbly
presented to the King and Parliament
– London : printed for Andr. Bell, 1697. – XXVIII, 340 p ; 8°
FD 2325
HOLLAND , John , governor of the Bank of Scotland
The directors of the Bank of England, enemies to the great interests of the Kingdom ; and also, not just to the
trust reposed in them by the Adventurers, who chose then to do their best endeavours.
– London : The Booksellers of London and Westminster, [1715]. – 4°
FD 2082
The ruine of the Bank of England, and all publick-credit inevitable : and the necessity, in a short time, of
stopping the payments upon the several funds to the Bank, South-Sea Company, Lotteries, etc. if the
Honourable House of Commons will not themselves be judges of the means that may be offer'd to prevent
it
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1715. – 4°
FD 2081
HOLLES , Denzil HOLLES , baron
The grand question concerning the judicature of the House of Peers stated and argued. And the case of
Thomas Skinner merchant, complaining of the East India Company, with the proceedings thereupon, which
gave occasion to that question faithfully related. By a true well-wisher to the peace and good government
of the kingdom, and to the dignity and authority of Parliaments
– London, printed for Richard Chiswel, 1669. – 219 p. ; 8°
FD 2217
Honour retriv'd from faction
Honour retriv'd from faction: in a dialogue between Smith and Johnson
– London: printed for J. Baker, at the Blakc-Boy in Pater-noster-Row. 1713. – 40 p. ; 8°
FD 374/12
HOOKE , Andrew
An essay on the national debt, and national capital : or, the account truly stated, debtor and creditor
– London : printed for W. Owen ; Bristol : sold by B. Hickey and J. Palmer, 1750. – [2], VI, 59 p ; 8°
FD 2331
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HORSLEY , William
Serious Considerations on the high duties examin'd : adress'd to Sir Matthew Decker
– London : R. Wellington : M. Cooper, 1744. – 8°
FD 2367
A treatise on maritime affairs : or a comparison between the commerce and naval power of England and
France
– London : R. Willington, 1744. – 8°
FD 2364
HOUBLON , Peter
The Bank of England, and their present method of paying, defended from the aspersions cast on them in a
late book, entituled, A review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin. With application to
our present circumstances. In a letter to Mr Locke
– London, printed for Thomas Speed, at the Three crowns, near the Royal exchange, in Cornhil, 1697. – 22,
[2]p. (sig. A-C4) ; 8°
(Par P. Houblon d'après Goldsmiths' Library of economic literature, t. 1, n. 3425)
FD 2323
HOUGHTON , John
A collection of Letters for the improvement of husbandry & trade
– London : J. Lawrence, 1681-1683. – 2 tomes ; 4°
FD 2301
Husbandry and trade improv'd : being a collection of many valuable materials relating to corn, cattle, coals,
hops, wool, etc : with a complete catalogue of the several sorts of earths... as also full and exact histories of
trades... communicated by several eminent members of the Royal Society to the collector. – The second
edition
– London : printed for Woodman and Lyon, 1728. – 4 tomes ; 8°
(Les t. 1-3 sont de Houghton, le t. 4 par différents auteurs)
FD 1058
HOUGHTON , Thomas
The alteration of the coyn, with a feasible method to do it : most humbly proposed to both houses of
Parliament, to which is annexed A projection, or scheem of reasonable terms, for establishing a firm and
general peace in Europe
– London : Printed for the authour, 1695. – 50 p. ; 4°
FD 2279
A book of Funds : or, some reasonable projections and proposals for raising Three Millions of money per
Annum, for supplies to... His Majesty... Most humbly offer'd to the consideration of both Houses of
Parliament
– London : R. Baldwin, 1695. – 4°
FD 2282
Europe's glory, or, Peace & plenty to the people thereof : being a projection or a scheam of reasonable terms
for establishing a firm and general peace between the monarch of Great Britain, including all the
confederate princes, and the French King.
– London : [s.n.], 1695. – 31 p ; 4°
FD 2281
HUME , David
Essays and treatises on several subjects
– Dublin : J. Williams, 1779. – 2 vol. ; in 8
(I : Essays, moral, political and literary . II : An enquiry concerning human understanding ; A dissertation
on the passions : an enquiry concerning the principle of morals : and the natural history of religion)
FD 1934
44
HUSTLER , John
The occasion of the dearness of provisions and the distress of the poor.
– London : W. Owen, 1767. – 8°
FD 2481
HUTCHESON , Archibald
An abstract of all the publick debts remaining due at Michaelmas, 1722, and an estimate of the annual
sinking fund towards the discharge of the same... with a method proposed for the more clear stating of the
said publick debets and sinking fund in the accounts
– London : [s.n.], 1723. – 2°
FD 180
An estimate of the value of South-Sea Stock. With some remarks relating thereto. By a Member of the House
of Commons
– London : printed in the year MDCCXX. – 15 p. ; In-folio
FD 178
Some computations relating to the proposed transferring of eighteen millions of the Fund of the South Sea
Company, to the Bank, and East-India Company
– London : [s.n.], 1720. – In-fol.
FD 175
Some seasonable considerations for those who are desirous, by subscription, or purchase, to become
proprietors of South-Sea Stock ... By a Member of the House of Commons
– London : J. Morphew, 1720. –In-fol.
FD 177
HUTCHINSON, Francis, 1661-1739
A letter to a member of Parliament touching the late intended Bank [in Ireland]
– Dublin : The Booksellers, 1721. – 8°
FD 2122
45
I
Important considerations...
Important considerations, upon the act of the thirty-first of George II relative to the assize of bread
– London : printed for G. Woodfall, 1767. – [2], 46 p ; 8°
FD 2483
Interest of money mistaken
Interest of money mistaken, or a treatise, proving, that the abatement of interest is the effect and not the cause
of a nation, and that six per cent : is a proportionable interest to the present condition of this kingdom
– London : [s.n.], 1668. – 4°
FD 2214
IRELAND
The cabinet containing a collection of curious papers, relative to the present political contests in Ireland,
some of which are now first published. Viz. The Earl of K-e's memorial. Barrack Resolutions. Commons
Address to the King in 1752. -to the Lord Lieutenant in 1752. Lord Lieutenant's Answer. Earl of H-Ss's
Letter to the Lord Ch-r. Duke of D-t's Letter to the same. Observations on a Letter from Somebody to
Somebody. Account of an extraordinary Overture made to the Earl of K-e. Parson's Letter to Sir R-d C-x.
The Answer. A letter from the spy to the candid inquirer. Lord Lieutenant's Speech in 1753. Commons
Address to the King in 1753. -Lord Lieutenant in 1753. Ax laid to the Root of the Tree. Letter from the P-y
C-l of England. Money-Bill. Letter to the Author of the Queries to the People of Ireland. Lat--he's Letter to
Lord Ch-d. Dr. B-Tt's Letter to the Bishop of O-y. Considerations on Query-Writing. Constitutional
Queries relating to Ireland. Tobias Wilcox's Letter to Obadiah Oldbottom. Moderation moderated
– London : W. Durham, 1754. – 8°
FD 2342
IRELANDE . HOUSE OF COMMONS . COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO ENQUIRE INTO THE STATE OF
THE GOALS OF THE KINGDOM OF IRELAND
A report from the Committee appointed to enquire into the state of the goals of the Kingdom of Ireland :
relating to newgate and the sheriffs marshalsea. With the resolutions and orders of the House of Commons
of Ireland thereupon
– Dublin : printed by Samuel Fairbrother ; London : re-printed for T. Warner, 1729. – 12 p. ; In-2
FD 182
IRELANDE . HOUSE OF LORDS
The speakers speech to His Grace the Lord Lieutenant in the House of Lords ; at presenting the money bill
for the royal assent : on saturday the 16th day of june, 1705
– Dublin : printed by Francis Dickson, 1705. – 4 p ; 8°
FD 173
IRELANDE. LORDS JUSTICES AND COUNCIL
Irelands excise by the lords, iustices, and councell there. As it was given at His Maiesties castle in Dublin 24.
Iune, 1643
– London : printed by F. Leach for Michaell Sparke Senior and Iunior, 29 VII 1643. – 8 p ; 4°
FD 2209
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J
JANSSEN, Theodore
General maxims in trade, particularly applied to the commerce between Great Britain and France
– London : printed for Sam. Buckley, at the Dolphin in Little-Britain. 1713. – 23, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 374
JEBB, David, fl. 1780
A dissertation on the present Bounty laws, for the encouragement of agriculture in Ireland.
– Dublin : W. Hallhead, 1780. –8°
FD 1941
JEBB, Frederick, pseud. GUATIMOZIN
Considerations on the expediency of a "National circulation bank" at this time in Ireland
– Dublin : R. Marchbank, 1780. – 12°
FD 1943
Guatimozin's letters on the present state of Ireland, and the right of binding it by British acts of parliament.
– London : E. Johnson, 1779. – 8°
FD 1940
JENYNS, Soame
Thoughts on the causes and consequences of the present high price of provisions
– London : J. Dodsley, 1767. – 8°
(Joint à cet ouvrage un article : "An answer to a pamphlet entitled "Thought on the causes and
consequences on the present high price of provisions". Extr. de : The London chronicle. - no 1732 from
January 21 to January 23, 1768)
FD 2474/02
47
K
KAMES , Henry Home
Progress of flax-husbandry in Scotland
– Edinburgh: printed by Sands, Murray, and Cochran. MDCCLXVI. – 31, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 2485
Kelp
Kelp. At a general meeting of the Highland Society of Scotland, held at Edinburgh, the 10th January 1815
– 1815
FD 1953/01
KILLIGREW , William , sir
A proposal, shewing how this Nation may be vast gainers by all the sums of money, given to the Crown,
without lessening the prerogative
– [London] : [s.n.], [16??]. – 4°
FD 1944
KING , Charles
The British Merchant : or commerce preserv'd : 1713-1714
– London : J. Darby, 1721. – 3 t; . 8°
(Bi-hebdomadaire, réédité par Charles King, sous la forme d'un ouvrage)
FD 1057
KNOX , John
A view of the British Empire, more especially Scotland, with some proposals for the improvement of that
country, the extension of its fisheries, and the relief on the people
– London : J. Walter, 1785. – 2 t. ; 8°
FD 1992
KNOX , William
ou GRENVILLE , George
ou WHATELY , Thomas
The Present state of the Nation: particularly with respect to its trade, finances, &c. &c. addressed to the King
and both Houses of Parliament
– London: printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington-House, in Piccadilly. MDCCLXIX. – [4], IV, 9-107,
[1], 8 p. ; 8°
FD 2489/01
An appendix to The Present state of the Nation. Containing a reply to the Observations on that pamphet...
– London : printed for J. Almon, opposite Burlington House, in Piccadilly. MDCCLXIX. – [2], 5-68 p. ; 8°
FD 2489/02
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L
LA COURT , Pieter de
The interest of Holland as to their alliance with France, Spain, England, &c. faithfully extracted out of the
famous Monsieur John de Wit's True Interest and political maxims of the Republick of Holland
– London : printed and sold by John Baker, 1712. – 39, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2099
LAW , John
Money and trade considered : with a proposal for supplying the nation with money
– Edinburgh : the heirs and successors of A. Anderson, 1705. – 4°
FD 2044
Money and trade considered : with a proposal for supplying the nation with money..
– Glasgow : R. and A. Foulis, 1760. – 8°
FD 364
The present state of the french revenues and trade, and of the controversy betwixt the Parliament of Paris, and
Mr Law. Containing the Parliament of Paris's Remonstrance to the King, april 17, 1720. against reducing
annuities to two per cent. A Letter in answer to it, by Mr. Law. A Letter of his, on the new system of the
finances, and particularly on the reimbursment of annuities. His Letter about credit, and its use. An Answer
to those two letters, approving the system. A Letter by Mr. Law, treating further of annuities and credit,
and explaining the use of money, and the advantages of bank bills in particular. A Letter upon the Arret of
the Council of State, dated the 22d of may, 1720
– London: printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane. 1720. – [4], 110, [2 bl.]p. (sig.
A2 B-P4) ; 8°
(Contient : En trad. anglaise: P. 1-19, Remontrance au Roi du Parlement de Paris, 17 avril 1720; et six
lettres de Law: les 4 lettres (lettres 1-3, et "Réponse aux deux lettres sur le Nouveau système des finances"
publ. dans le Mercure de France, février-mai 1720), la Lettre au sujet de l'arrêt du Conseil d'État du 22 mai
1720 (p. 105-110), et la Réponse de Law aux plaintes du Parlement (p. 20-35), dont l'original français
serait inconnu - cf. Paul Harsin, éd. Joh, Law, Oeuvres complètes, 1934, t. 2, p. 98-162)
FD 2130
LAWRENCE , Richard
The interest of Ireland and its trade and wealth stated.
– Dublin : J. Ray for J. Howes, 1682. – 2 part. en 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 2304
LAYTON , Henry
Observations concerning money and coyn and especially those of England
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1697?
FD 1951
LEIGH , Edward
An essay upon credit, being a proposal for the immediate and entire payment of the publick debts, and raising
the credit of the Nation
– London : W. Boreham, 1719. – 8°
FD 2078
Three diatribes or discorses : Firft of travel, or a guide for travellers into forein parts, secondly of money or
cayns, thirdly of measuring of the distance bet wixt place and place
– London : W. Whitwood, 1671. – 8°
FD 2236
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Letter from a gentleman in Ireland
A letter from a gentleman in Ireland to his brother in England, relating to the concerns of Ireland in matter of
trade.
– London : L. Curtiss, 1677. – 4°
FD 2237
Letter from a mid-Lothian gentleman
A letter from a mid-Lothian gentleman, to his friend and correspondent in Edinburg; published for an
admonition to those lawless people, who, of late, have disturbed the peace of this city and of the
neighbourhood
– Edinburgh : M,DCC,LXV. – 8 p. ; 8°
FD 2444
Letter to a conscientious man
A letter to a conscientious man : concerning the use and the abuse of riches, and the right and the wrong
ways of acquiring them : shewing that stock-jobbing is an unfair way of dealing ; and particularly
demonstrating the fallaciousness of the South-Sea Scheme. – The second edition
– London : W. Boreham, 1720. – 8°
FD 2140
Letter to a friend...
A letter to a friend concerning the East-India trade
– London : E. Whitlock, 1696. – 4°
FD 2271
Letter to a member of Parliament concerning clandestine trade
A letter to a member of Parliament concerning clandestine trade. Shewing how far the evil practices at the
Custom-House at London tend to the encouragement of such a trade
– London : A. Baldwin, 1700. – 4°
FD 2421
Letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning manufacture
A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning manufacture and trade
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], 1704. - 4°
FD 2040
Letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the South-Sea Company
A letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the South-Sea Company : with proposals for settling a certain
annual dividend / By a well-wisher of his country
– London : [s.n.], 1720. - 4°
FD 2139
Letter to a member of Parliament, on the present distresses
A letter to a member of Parliament, on the present distresses of the poor
– London : R. Horsfield, 1767. – 8°
FD 2482
Letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons
A letter to a Member of the Honourable House of Commons, in answer to three queries : I. Whether there is
no other cause of our want of bullion and coin, but the clipping of our money, and the expence of the War.
II. Whether it is possible to manage the trade of the Nation without a supply in specie, equal to what we
have lost. III. Whether a forc'd credit can be expedient under our present circumstances
– London : E. Whitlock, 1697. – 8°
FD 2464
50
Letter to a west-country clothier...
A letter to a west-country clothier and freeholder, concerning the Parliament's rejecting the French Treaty of
Commerce, by way of advice, in the ensuing elections. With a List of those that voted for the Bill
– [London], sold by J. Baker at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1713. – 28 p. ; 8°
FD 374/02
Letter to the Lord C-----t
A letter to the Lord C-----t, in answer to some arguments lately advanced in favour of Mr Wood's copper
money / a Member of the Irish Parliament
– Dublin : G. Ewin, 1724. – 8°
FD 2106
Letter to the right honourable J. P.
A letter to the right honourable J. P., speaker of the house of commons in Ireland
– London ; Dublin : [s.n.], 1767. – 8°
FD 2476
LEWIS , Mark
Proposals to increase trade, and to advance His Majesties revenue, without any hazard or charge to any body,
and with apparent profit to every body
– London : Henry Million, 1677. – 8°
FD 2254
Proposals to the King and Parliament : or a large model of a Bank, shewing how a Fund of a Bank may be
made without much charge, or anay hazard, that may give out Bills of Credit to a vast extent, that all Europe
will accept of, rather than mony.
– London : H. Million, 1678. – 4°
FD 2239
Liberties of England asserted
The Liberties of England asserted, in opposition to popery, slavery, and modern innovation
– London: printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-lane. 1714. – 40 p. ; 8°
FD 374
LINDSAY , Patrick
The Interest of Scotland considered, with regard to its police in imploying of the poor, its agriculture, its
trade, its manufactures, and fisheries...
– Edinburgh, printed by R. Fleming and company, and sold by Gavin Hamilton at his shop opposite to the
Parliament-Close. MDCCXXXIII. – [10], XXXV, [11], 229, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 448
The Interest of Scotland considered : with regard to its police... agriculture... trade... manufactures, and
fisheries
– London : T. Woodward : J. Peele, 1736. – 8°
FD 2185
Reasons for encouraging the linnen manufacture of Scotland, and other parts of Great-Britain : Humbly
submitted to Parliament
– London : J. Peele, 1735. – 8°
FD 2184
LITTLETON , Edward
A preservative for our money : or a way proposed, whereby some money may be kept in England which
otherwise will all be gone : or how we may carry on the war against France with vigour, and with much
better effect than hitherto, and yet keep our money
– London : printed by B. Motte : and are to be sold by E. Whitlock, 1696. – 16 p ; 4°
FD 2424
51
LOCH , David
Essay on the trade,commerce, and manufactures of Scotland.
– Edinburgh : [s.n.], 1775. – 8°
FD 1927
Essays on the trade, commerce, manufactures, and fisheries of Scotland
– Edinburgh : Walter and T. Ruddiman, 1778. – 3 tomes ; 12°
FD 1933
FD 2468
LOCKE , John
Several papers relating to money, interest and trade, &c. Writ upon several occasions, and published at
different times. By Mr. John Locke
– London: printed for A. and J. Churchill, 1696. – 3 parties en 1 vol. ([4]-4-192 p.; 24 p.; [16]-111-[1] p.) ; 8°
(Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest, and raising the value of money... The
second edition corrected . Short observations on a printed paper, intituled, For encouraging the coining
silver money in England, and after for keeping it here . Further considerations concerning raising the value
of money... The second edition corrected)
FD 371
Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest, and raising the value of money : In a
letter to a Member of Parliament
– London : A. and J. Churchill, 1692. – 8°
FD 2306
A Treatise of raising our coin, taken out of a book written by Mr. J. Lock, entituled, Some considérations of
the consequences of lowering of interest, and raising the value of money. Printed in the second volume of his
works, in folio
– London : printed for William Churchill, 1718. – 47 p. ; 8
FD 2077
LORDS COMMISSIONERS FOR THE UNION OF THE KINGDOMS OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND
Articles of the treaty of union agreed on by the Commissioners of both Kingdoms, on the 22d of July 1706.
– Printed at Edinburgh by the heirs and successors of Andrew Anderson, printer to the Queen's Most
Excellent Majesty, and reprinted ad London for Andrew Bell, at the Bible and Cross [?]-E[...] near the
Royal-Exchange in Cornhill : and sold by B. Bragg at the Raven in Pater-Noster-Row, [1706]. – 16 p. ; 8°
FD 2063
A LOVER OF COMMERCE
Some thoughts of the interest of England shewing ... how the Nation may be eas'd of all manner of taxes ...
By A lover of commerce
– London : E. Whitlock, 1697. – 8°
FD 2318
LOWNDES, William, 1652-1724
A further essay for the amendment of the gold and silver coins. With the opinion of Mr Gerald de Malynes...
concerning the standard of England
– London, printed by T. Hodgkin, and sold by Richard Baldwin. 1695. – 17 p. ; 4°
FD 2280
A report containing an essay for the amendment of the silver coins
– London : Ch. Bill, 1695. – 8°
FD 453
LYTTELTON , Baron George
Farther considerations on the present state of affairs, at home and abroad, as affected by the late Convention,
in a letter to the Minister with and Appendix, containing a true State of the South-Sea Company's affairs in
1718
– London : T. Cooper, 1739. – 8°
FD 2192
52
M
M. B., drapier
A letter to the People of Ireland
– Dublin : Th. Hume, 1729. – 8°
FD 2150
MACARTNEY, George
& JACKSON, Richard
A comparative state of the two rejected money bills, in 1692 and 1769. With some observations on Poynings
act, and the explanatory statute of Philip and Mary.By a Barrister...
– Dublin: printed for James Williams, at no. 5, in Skinner-Row. M,DCC,LXX. – 91, [1]p. ; 8°
(Également attribué à Richard Power)
FD 2490
MACCULLOCH, John Ramsay
The Literature of political economy : a classified catalogue of select publications... with historical, critical,
and biographical notices
– London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1845. – XIII, 407, 32 p. ; 8°
FD 1174
MACDONALD
To the Honourable the Commitee of Council for trade and plantations, The memorial of the proprietors of
Kelp estates…
– [1831]
FD 1953/06
MACKENZIE , George , earl of CROMARTY
Two Letters concerning the present Union [of Scotland and England] from a Peer in Scotland to a Peer in
England. [From E.C. (i.e. George Mackenzie, Earl of Cromarty), to E.W. (the Earl of Wemyes)]
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1706. – 28 p. ; 4°
FD 2055
MACKIE , William
An address to the landed interest of Great Britain, on the present state of the distillery by the farmers in
Scotland
– Edinburgh : W. Creech, 1786. – 56 p. ; 8°
FD 2001
MACKWORTH , Humphrey
An Answer to several queries relating to the Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the
South-Sea Company, and for easing the Nation of the land and malt-taxes
– London : W. Boreham, 1720. – 8°
FD 2147
England's glory ; or, the great improvement of trade in general, by a royal bank, or office of credit, to be
erected in London... by H.M.
– London, printed by T.W. for Tho. Bever, 1694. – [5], 1 bl., 94 p. ; 8°
FD 1926
A Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the Nation
of the land and malt taxes... – Second edition revised
– London : W. Boreham, [1720]. – 8°
FD 1950
53
MACLEOD, Alex. N.
[Letter] to the Right Hon. Charles Grant, M. P. &c. &c. &c. [upon the manufacture of Kelp]
[1829]
FD 1953/04
MACNAB , Henry Grey
Examen impartial des nouvelles vues de M. Robert Owen et de ses établissemns à New Lanark en Ecosse..
– Paris : Treuttel et Würtz, 1821. – 8°
FD 1729
MADAN , Martin
Thelyphthora : or a treatise on female ruin, in its causes, effects, consequences, prevention, and remedy
– London : printed for J. Dodsley, 1780-1781. – 3 tomes (XXIV, 412 p.) ([4], 432, [20] p.) ( XII, 402, [10] p.) ; 8°
FD 1991
MADDEN , Samuel
A letter to the Dublin-Society on the improving their Funds and the Manufactures Tillage etc. in Ireland
– Dublin : G. Ewing, 1739. – 8°
FD 2198
MADDISON , Ralph
Englands looking in and out..
– London : H. Mosley, 1640. – 4°
FD 2207
Great Britains remembrancer looking in and out tending to the increase of the monies of the commonwealth.
– London : Tho Newcomb, 1655. – 4°
FD 2223
MALTHUS , Thomas Robert
Definitions in political economy, preceded by an inquiry into the rules which ought to guide political
economists in the definition and use of their termes : with remarks on the deviation from these rules in their
writing
– London : J. Murray, 1827. – 12°
FD 350
An essay on the principle of population, as it affects the future improvement of society : with remarks of the
speculations
– London : J. Johnson, 1798. – 8°
FD 2014
MALYNES , Gerard
The center of the circle of commerce or a refutation of a treatise intituled "The Circle of commerce or the
ballance of trade", lately published by E. M.
– London : W. Iones, 1623. – 4°
FD 2620
A treatise of the canker of Englands common wealth
– London : W. Johnes, 1601. – 12°
FD 2617
Man's mistaken
The man's mistaken : who thinks the taxes so grievous as to render the nation unable to maintain a war
– London : J. Swan and J. Woodyer, 1755. –8°
FD 2399
54
MANDEVILLE , Bernard de
An enquiry into the origin of honour, and the usefulness of christianity in war
– London : J. Brotherton, 1732. – 8°
FD 2157
La fable des Abeilles : ou Les fripons devenus honnêtes gens : avec le commentaire, où l'on prouve que les
vices des particuliers tendent à l'avantage du public
– Londres : Aux dépens de la Compagnie, 1740. – 4 tomes ; 8°
FD 1059
MANLEY, Thomas, 1628-1690
Usury at six per cent examined and found injustly charged by sir Th. Culpepper and J. C. with many crimes
and oppressions, whereof'sis altogether innocent.
– London: Th. Ratcliffe and Th. Daniel, 1769. – 4°
FD 2226
MARTIN , Henry
Considerations upon the East-India trade
– London : A. and J. Churchill, 1701. – 8°
FD 2447
MASSIE , Joseph
Brief observations and calculations on the present high prices of provisions. Most humbly submitted to the
consideration of the Parliament and people of Great Britain, by J. Massie
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1765. – 1 f. imprimé recto verso, plié ; In-fol
FD 2434
Brief Observations concerning the management of the war, and the means to prevent the ruin of Great
Britain..
– [London] : [s.n.], 1761. – 2°
FD 194
A supplement to J. Massie's Brief Observations concerning the management of the war, etc
– [London] : [s.n.], 1761. – 4°
FD 196
Calculations of the present taxes yearly paid by a family of each rank, degree or class. – Second edition
– London : T. Payne : W. Gwen : C. Henderson, 1761. – 8°
FD 2438
Facts which shew the necessity of establishing a regular method for the punctual, frequent and certain
payment of seamen employed in the Royal Navy. Most humbly submitted to the consideration of
Parliament
– London : T. Payne, 1758. – 4°
FD 188
Farther observations concerning the Foundling-Hospital : ponting out the ill effects which such an Hospital is
likely to have... ; to which are prefixed, Former Observations concerning the sait Hospital.
– London : T. Payne, 1759. – 4°
FD 191
General Propositions relating to colonies
–[London] : [s.n.], 1761. – 4°
FD 195
A letter to Bourchier Cleeve esq : concerning his calculations of taxes
– London : T. Payne, 1757. – 8°
FD 2451
55
MASSIE , Joseph, suite
Observations concerning the tax upon houses and windows ; wherein the ill consequences of increasing that
tax are considered, and a way of raising two millions of pounds, by other means, is briefly pointed out
[submitted to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1758. – 4°
FD 190
Observations relating to the coin of Great Britain : consisting partly of Extracts from Mr Locke's Treatise
concerning money, but chiefly of such additions thereto, as are thought to be very necessary at this
juncture.. : whereunto is annexed, Sir William Petty's Quantulucunque concerning money, reprinted... and
corrected.
– London : T. Payne, 1760. – 4°
FD 192
Observations upon Mr Fauquier's essay on ways and means for raising money to support the present war
without increasing the public debts, to which is added. An account of several national advantages derived
from the nobility and gentry of the present age living in London a greater part of the year than their
ancestors used to do
– London : T. Payne, 1756. – 8°
FD 2404
A plan for the establishment of Charity-Houses for exposed or deserted women and girls, and for penitent
prostituted ; observations concerning the Foundling-Hospital... ; considerations relating to the poor and the
Poor's-Laws of England... ; also, a new system of policy... for relieving, employing, and ordering the poor
of England
– London : T. Payne, 1758. – 4°
FD 189
The proposal, commonly called Sir Matthew Decker's Scheme, for one general tax upon houses, laid open,
and shewed to be a deep concerted project to... ruin the trade and manufacturies of Great Britain : most
humbly submitted to the consideration of Parliament
– London : J. Shuckburgh, 1757. – 8°
FD 1046
A proposal for making a saving to the public of many thousand pounds a year in the charge of maintaining
His Majesty's Marine Forces, and for the better regulation of them ; to which is annexed eight half-sheet
tables... Humbly submitted to the consideration of the Parliament
– London : T. Payne, 1758. – 4°
FD 187
Reasons humbly offered against laying any further British duties on wrought silks of the manufacture of
Italy, the Kingdom of Naples and Sicily, or Holland..
– London : T. Payne, 1758. – 4°
FD 183
Reasons... offered against laying any farther tax upon malt or beer
– London : T. Payne, 1760. – 4°
FD 2431
A state of the British sugar-colony trade
– London : T. Payne, 1759. – 3 tomes ; 4°
FD 2428
A supplement to the Reasons already offered
– [London] : [s.n.], 1760. – 2°. (With : Extracts from the 10th Chapter of Sir Josiah Child's Discourse on
trade : concerning... planters and British plantations)
FD 193
A representation concerning the knowledge of commerce as a national concern : pointing out the proper
means of promoting such knowledge in this kingdom
– London : T. Payne, 1760. – 4°
FD 2432
56
MAXWELL , George Clerk
Observations on the method of growing of wool in Scotland, and proposals for improving the quality of our
wool. In two letters to the Commissioners and Trustees for improv–ing fisheries and manufactures in
Scotland. Published by order to the said Commissioners and Trustees
– Edinburgh: printed by Sands, Donaldson, Murray, & Cochran, MDCCLVI. – 40 p. (sig. [ ]1 A-D4 E3) ;
8°
FD 2413
MAXWELL , Henry
Reasons offer'd for erecting a Bank in Ireland ; in a letter to Hercules Rowley... – The second edition with
additions
– Dublin : A. Rhames, 1721. – 8°
FD 2126
MELON , Jean-François
A political essay upon commerce : written in French
– Dublin : T. Woodward ; London : T. Cox, 1739. – 8°
FD 329
MELVILL , Thomas
The True Caledonian, addressed to the People of Scotland, containing an examination of the arguments
advanced against the woollen-manufactures of this kingdom, in a late book [by Patrick Lindsay], intituled,
The Interest of Scotland considered, etc... Together with a scheme for promoting our woollen-manufactures
– Edinburgh : P. Matthie, 1734. – 8°
FD 2178
MENDICANT, Benjamin
An essay on the necessity of protecting duties
– Dublin : P. Byrne, [1783]. – 8°
FD 1005
FD 1978
MERCATOR
Mercator's letters on Portugal and its commerce : containing also a faithful relation of the disputes which
have arisen between our Merchants and that court..
– London : C. Say, 1754. – 8°
FD 2394
MISSELDEN, Edward
Free trade or the meanes to make trade Florish.
– London : S. Wakerson, 1622. – 12°
FD 2618
MOLYNEUX, William
The Case of Ireland's being bound by acts of Parliament in England, stated. By William Molyneux, of
Dublin, esq;
– Printed in the year 1719. – [10], 102 p. ; 12°
FD 2079
MORGAN , William
An appeal to the people of Great Britain, on the present alarming state of the public finances, and of public
credit. 3rd ed
– London : J. Debrett, 1797. – 8°
FD 2012
57
MORRES , Hervey Redmond , viscount MOUNTMORRES OF CASTLE MORRES
The Crisis. A collection of essays written in the years 1792 and 1793, upon toleration, public credit, the
elective franchise in Ireland, the emancipation of the Irish catholics, with other interesting and
miscellaneous subjects...
– London: printed for Hookham and Carpenter, New and Old Bond Street. 1794. – VIII, [2], 7-228 p. ; 8°
FD 2009
Impartial reflections upon the question, for equalizing the dures upon the trade, between Great Britain and
Ireland.
– London : J. Almon, 1785. – 8°
FD 1997
MORRIS , Corbyn
A letter balancing the causes of the present scarcity of our silver coin, and the means of immediate remedy,
and future prevention of this evil.
– London : [s.n.], 1757. – 8°
FD 2450
A letter to the Reverend Mr Thomas Carte, author of the Full Answer to the Letter from a Bystander
– London : J. Robinsonn, 1743. – 8°
FD 2357
MORTIMER, Thomas
The elements of commerce, politics and finances, in three treatises
– London : Hooper : Whiston : Paye, 1772. – 4°
FD 252
The elements of commerce, politics and finances, in three preatises on those important subjects
– London : R. Baldwin, 1780. – 4°
FD 253
Lectures on the elements of commerce, politics, and finances : intended as a Companion to "Blackstone's
Commentaries on the laws of England".
– London : T. N. Longman and O. Rees, 1801. – 8°
FD 1004
MOSSE , Miles
The arraignment and conviction of usurie
– London : J. Porter, 1595. – 4°
FD 2616
MUN , Thomas
A Discourse of trade, from England into the East-Indies : answering to diverse objections which are usually
made against the same
– London : N. Okes, 1621. – 4°
FD 2624
The East-India-Trade : a most profitable trade to the kingdon, and best secured and improved in a Company,
and a joint-stock. Represented in a letter written upon the occasion of two letters lately published [i.e.
"Two letters concerning the East-India Company"] insinuating the contrary
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1677. – 27 p. ; 4°
FD 2252
England's benefit and advantage by foreign trade, plainly demonstrated : dedicated to the MerchantAdventures of England
– London : T. Horne, 1698. – 8°
FD 2463
England's treasure by foreign trade : or, the balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure
– London : R. Horne, 1669. – 8°
FD 2218
58
MUN , Thomas, suite
England's treasure by foreign trade : or, the balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure.
– London : J. Morphew, 1723. – 8°
FD 2096
England's treasure by foreign trade : or, the balance of our foreign trade is the rule of our treasure
– Glasgow : R. and A. Foulis, 1755. – 8°
FD 2409
A treatise concerning the East-India-Trade being a most profitable trade to the Kingdon, and best secured and
improved by a Company and a joint-stock wrote [by Robert Ferguson] at the instance of Thomas
Papillon,... and printed in the year 1680
– London : [s.n.], 1696. – 27 p. ; 4°
FD 2270
MURRAY, Alexander
The true interest of Great Britain, Ireland and our plantations... and a new method of husbandry... with
proposals for removing the hurtful parts of the heretable courts and juridictions... in Scotland.
– London : for the Author, 1740. – In-folio
FD 14
MURRAY , Robert
An account of the constitution and security of the General Bank of Credit
– London : J. Gain, 1683. – 4°
FD 2296
Corporation-credit, : or, a Bank of Credit made currant, by common consent in London, more useful and safe
than money
– London : J. Gain, 1682. – 4°
FD 2299
Proposal for a National Bank, consisting of land, or any other valuable securities or depositums : with a
grand cash for returns of money, etc
– London : for the proposer, 1695. – 4°
FD 1949
FD 2265
FD 2266
Reasons humbly offer'd to the Honble house of commons, for translating the duty of excise from maultdrinks to mault, whereby may be advanced to the crown above twenty millions, for carrying on the war
against France
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1696?]. – 4°
FD 2277
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N
NAISMITH , John
Thoughts on various objects of industry pursued in Scotland
– Edinburg : Bell, 1790. – 8°
FD 2004
Naked and undisguis'd Truth
The naked and undisguis'd Truth, plainly and faithfully told : what was the unhappy rise, which were the fatal
causes, and who the wicked authors, of Great Britain's and Ireland's present dreadful (and before unheard
of) calaminties
– London : J. Moore, 1721. –8°
FD 2127
Nation preserved
The nation preserved : or the Plot discovered : Containing an impartial account of the secret policy of some
of the South-Sea Directors... Also a Letter from one of their Agents in France. Adressed to Sir J-B-[i.e. Sir
Jacob Banks]
– London : Mrs James : the Booksellers of London and Westminster, 1720. – 8°
FD 2131
National oeconomy recommended
National oeconomy recommended, as the onley means of retrieving our trade and recuring our liberties;
occasioned by the perusal of the late report of a Committee of the House of Commons relating to the army;
by which, many gross and important abuses appear to have been committed in that article of the publick
expense, for many years past, as proved by abstracts of the said Report. In a Letter to a Member of the said
Committee
– London: printed for M. Cooper, in Paster-noster-Row. MDCCXLVI. – [4], 51, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 2379
NICHOLSON
The state of Ireland
– London : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2393
NORTH, Dudley
Observations and advices oeconomical.
– London : J. Martyn, 1669. – 8°
FD 2241
NORTH, Roger
A discourse of the poor shewing the pernicious tendency of the laws now in force for their maintenance and
settlement, containing likewise, some considerations relating to national improvement in general
– London : Cooper, 1753. – 8°
FD 2345
60
O
O'BEIRNE, Thomas Lewis
A Letter from an Irish gentleman in London to his friend, in Dublin, on the proposed system of commerce
– London : printed for J. Debrett. M DCC LXXXV. – [4], 5, [5] p. ; 8°
FD 3970
O'BRIEN , Lucius Henry
Letters concerning the trade and manufactures of Ireland principally so far as the same relate to the making
iron in this kingdom, and the manufacture and export of iron wares in which certain facts and arguments
set out by Lord Sheffield in his observations on the trade and present state of Ireland are examined
– Dublin ; London : S. Bladon, 1785. – [2], 124, 23 p. ; 8°
FD 1993
Observations on the bankrupts bill
Observations on the bankrupts bill : occasion'd by the many false mis representations, and imjust reflections,
of... Daniel De Foe in his several discourscion that head / by Well-wisher to trade and credit
– London : B. Bragg, 1706. –8°
FD 2039
Observations on the finances
Observations on the finances and trade of Ireland, humbly addressed to the immediate consideration of
gentlemen of landed interest, more particularly to members ot the House of Commons
– Dublin : W. Sleater, 1780. – 8°
FD 1942
Observations upon the linen trade
Observations upon the linen trade
– Belfast : H. and R. Joy, 1763. – 4°
FD 2433
OLDMIXON , John
Remarks on a scandalous libel, entitil'd A letter from a Member of Parliament, &c. relating to the Bill of
commerce. In which the trade with France is consider'd, and the falsities and absurdities of the Mercator
are expos'd. To which is added, A caution to the freeholders of Great Britain in their approaching elections,
and An exact list of this House of Commons, under several distinctions
– London: printed for A. Baldwin, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1713. – [2], 24, [16]p. ; 8
FD 374
FD 2091
Torism and trade can never agree. To which is added, an account and character of the Mercator and his
writings. Particularly his former discourses against the land-interest, and a trade with France. In a Letter to
sir G-H– London : printed and sold by A. Baldwin, [1713]. – [2], 38 p. ; 8°. (Mercator désigne De Foe ou
Davenant selon les sources=
FD 2148
61
Omnia comesta a Belo
Omnia comesta a Belo : or an answer out of the west to a question out of the North.
– S.l : s.n., 1667. – 4°
FD 2231
Omnia comesta a bello : or an answer out of the West, to a question out of the North : wherein the earth is
opened, and the napkin found, in which the trading-talent of the nation hath been tyed up, and lain hid for
some years last past
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1679. – 4°
FD 2249
ONELY , Richard
An account of the care taken in most airlized nations for the relief of the poor, more particularly in times in
scarcity and distrers
– London : G. H. Hawkins, 1758. – 4°
FD 2422
OWEN , Robert
An address delivered to the inhabitants of New Lanark : on the first of january, 1816, at the opening of The
Institution established for The Formation of Character. 4e éd.
– Londres : Longman : Hurst : Rees [etc.], 1819. – 48 p. ; 21 cm
FD 4200
Address of Mr. Owen : to the agriculturists, mechanics, and manufacturers, both masters and operatives, of
Great Britain and Ireland
– Londres : Richard Taylor, [1827]. – 8 p. ; 21 cm
FD 4199
Address on free inquiry. On fear as a motive of action
– 1843
FD 1594/11
Address on the hopes and destinies of the human species
– [1842?]
FD 1594/12
Address on the hopes and destinies of the human species.
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [s.d.]. – 12°
FD 1743
An address on the influence of the clerical profession
– 1842
FD 1594/14
Address to the national association for the promotion of social science, on its second annual meeting. By
Robert Owen, the nominal founder of the science
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1858]. – 15 p. ; 22 cm
FD 4196
– Adresse à l'Assemblée nationale de France. Par Robert Owen, fondateur du système rationnel de société
– [Paris] : [s.n.], [1848]. – [4] p. ; 21 cm
FD 4201
The book of the new moral world, containing the national system of society.
– London : J. Watson, 1849. – 7 parties en un vol. ; In-8
FD 1731
The catechism of the new moral world
– Leeds : J. Hobson, 1838. – 12°
FD 2026
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OWEN , Robert, suite
Courte exposition d'un système social rationnel, par Robert Owen
– [Paris] : impr. de Marc-Aurel, rue Richer, 20, [1848]. – 6 p. ; 33 cm
FD 6480
Darby and Susan. A tale of old England
– 1842
FD 1594/10
Debate on the evidences of christianity : containing an examination of the "Social system" and of all the
systems of scepticism of ancient and modern times
– Bethany Va : A. Campbell, 1829. – 2 tomes en un vol. ; 8°
FD 1728
Dialogue entre la France, le monde et Robert Owen, sur la nécessité d'un changement total dans nos systèmes
d'éducation et de gouvernement
– Paris : N. Chaux, 1848. – 12°
FD 1742
Dialogue entre les membres de la commission exécutive les ambassadeurs d'Angleterre, de Russie,
d'Autriche, de Prusse, de Hollande, des Etats-Unis et Robert Owen
– Paris : Capelle, 1848. – 24 p. ; 19 cm. (La couverture porte en plus : "Deuxième dialogue sur le système
social par Robert Owen"
FD 1741
FD 4202
A dialogue, in three parts, between the founder of "The association of all classes of all nations", and a
stranger desirous of being accurately informed respecting its origin and objects.
– Manchester ; London : Hetherington, 1836. – 12°
FD 2027
7e et 8e discours du citoyen Cabet, sur les élections. Discours de Robert Owen : [séance du 5 avril]
– Paris : Bureau du Populaire, 1848. – 15 p. ; 23 cm
FD 4158
Essays on the formation of the human character
– Manchester : A. Heywood, 1832. – 12°
FD 2028
Galileo and the Inquisition. Effects of missionary labours
– 1841
FD 1594/07
Lectures on an entire New state of society : comprehending an analysis of British society, relative to the
production and distribution of wealth, the formation of character, and government, domestic and foreign
– London : J. Brooks, [1830]. – 8°
FD 1737
A lecture on consistency
– 1842
FD 1594/05
Lectures on the marriages of the priesthood of the old immoral world delivered in the year 1835, before the
passing of the new marriage act... with an appendice containing the marriage system of the new moral
world. Fourth edition
– Leeds : J. Hobson, 1840. – 12°
FD 2030
Lectures on the marriages of the priesthood of the old immoral world delivered in the year 1835, before the
passing of the new marriage act... with an appendice containing the marriage system of the new moral
world
– Leeds : J. Hobson, 1840. – 12°
FD 2060
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OWEN , Robert, suite
Lectures on the national system of society derived solely from nature and experience, as propounded by
Robert Owen, versus socialism, derived from mispresentation, as explained by Lord Bishop of exeter and
others, and versus the present system of society
– London : [s.d.]. – 8°
FD 1736
Le livre du nouveau monde moral, contenant le système social rationnel basé sur les lois de la nature
humaine
– Paris : Paulin, 1847. –19 cm. (Précédé d'une "Notice sur la vie et les travaux de Robert Owen)
FD 564
Manifesto of Robert Owen : the discoverer, founder and promulgator, of the rational system of society, and
of the rational religion
– Londres : The National Institution, 1840. – 63 p. ; 22 cm
FD 4198
The marriage system of the new moral world, with a faint outline of the present very irrational system, as
developed in a course of ten lectures
– Leeds : J. Hobson, 1838. – 12°
FD 2029
Moral physiology, or, a brief and plain treatise on the population question
– London : J. Watson, 1842. – 12°
FD 1594/01
Moral physiologie, or a brief and plain treatise on the population question
London : J. Watson, [s.d.]. – 12°
FD 1591
Neurology. An account of some experiments in cerebral physiology. By Dr. Buchanan of Louisville.
communicated to an American newspaper at Dr. Buchanan's request. By R.D. Owen
– 1842
FD 1594/03
The new religion : or, Religion founded on the immutable Laws of the Universe, contrasted with all
Religions founded on Human Testimony, as developed in a public lecture
– Londres : J. Brooks : C. Strange : J. Watson [etc], 1830. – 11 p. ; 21 cm
FD 4197
A new view of society, or, Essays on the formation of the human character preparatory to the development of
a plan for gradually ameliorating the condition of manking. 4th ed.
– London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown [etc.], 1818. – VIII 176 p. ; 26 cm
FD 237
New view of society : tracts relative to this subject, viz. Proposals for raising a colledge of industry of all
useful trades und Husbandry . Report to the committee of the association for the relief of the manufacturing
and labouring poor. A brief sketch of the religious society of people called shakers. With an account of the
public proceedings connected with the subject, which took place in London in July an August, 1817
– London : Longman, 1818. – 43, 24, 83 p. ; 8°. (Report to the committee of the association for the relief of
the manufacturing and labouring poor. A brief sketch of the religious society of people called shakers.
With an account of the public proceedings connected with the subject, which took place in London in July
an August, 1817)
FD 1733
An outline of the rational system of society, founded on demonstrable facts developing the constitution and
laws of human nature being the only effectual remedy for the eirls experienced by the population of the
world
– Manchester : A. Heywood ; London : Wakelin, [s.d.]. – 12°
FD 1738
Prossimo's experience. On the study of theology . "Safest to believe", or The balance struck
– 1843
FD 1594/04
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Public discussion
FD 1735
Report
FD 1734
Report to the County of Lanark, of a plan for relieving public distress, and removing discontent, by giving
permanent, productive employment, to the poor and working classes.
– Glasgow : Wardlaw & Cunninghame, 1821. – 4°
FD 113
The revolution in the mind and pratice of the human race
– London : E. Wilson, 1849. – XXXII, 171 p. ; 23 cm
FD 1732/01
A sermon on loyalty; a remonstrance to God ; and a sermon on free inquiry
– [184 ?]
FD 1594/13
Situations : lawyers - clergy - physicians - men and women
– 1839
FD 1594/08
Six lectures delivered in Manchester preirously to the discussion between Mr Robert Owen and the rev. J. H.
Roebuck, and an address defivered at the annual congress of the "Association of all classes of all nations".
– Manchester : A. Heywood ; London : H. Hetherington, [s.d.]. – 12°
FD 1592
Six lectures on charity delivered at the institution of New Lanark, upon the thirteenth chapter of the first
epistle to the Corinthians
– London : B. D. Cousins, [s.d.]. – 8°
FD 1739
Socialism misrepresented and truly represented
– Londres : Waterlow & sons. – 16 p. ; 16 cm
FD 4399
A supplement to "the revolution in mind and practice of the human race... Also a copy of the original
memorial (in English, French and German) wich was presented to the sovereigns assembled in congress at
Aix-La-Chapelle, in 1818 by the Lord Castlereagh... to wich is added a discourse delivred to the socialists
of London on the 25th of October 1849
– London : E. Wilson, 1849. – 83 p. ; 8°
FD 1732/02
Tracts on republican government and national education
– 1843
FD 1594/02
Wealth and misery
– London : J. Watson, 1844
FD 1594/09
FD 1740
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PARKER , Henry
Of a free trade. A discourse seriously recommending to auo nation the wonderfull benefits of trade,
aspecially of a rightly governed, and ordered trade. Setting forth also most clearly, the relative nature
degrees, and qualifications of libertie which is ever to be inlarged or restrained according to that good, which
it relates to, as that is more, or lesse ample
– London : R. Bostock, 1648. – 8°
FD 2221
Particulars of the Enquiry...
The Particulars of the Enquiry into Mr Benjamin Wooley's conduct, and his being stationed by the Court of
Directors of the South-Sea Company, First Factor at Porto Bello and Panama. Humbly dedicated to
Thomas Voodford...
– London : A. Dodd, 1735. – 8°
FD 2175
PATERSON , William
The Writings... / edited by Saye Bannister. - Second edition
– London : Judd and Glass, 1859. - 3 vol. : portr. front. ; 8°
FD 2037
An Inquiry into the reasonableness and consequences of an union with Scotland. Containing a brief
deduction of what hath been done, designed, or proposed, in the matter of the union, during the last age. A
scheme of an union, as accommodated to the present circumstances, of the two nations. Also states, of the
respective revenues,debts, weights, measures, taxes and impositions, and of other facts of moment. With
observations thereupon. As communicated to Laurence Philipps, esq; near York
– London: printed and sold by Ben. Bragg, at the Black-Raven in Pater-Noster-Row. 1706. – [16], 156,
[4]p. (sig. A-L8) ; 8°
(Présenté comme les actes d'un fictif Wednesdays Club, décembre 1705-avril 1706, avec une lettre-préf.
signée Lewis Medway)
FD 2054
Proposals and reasons for constituting a Council of trade in Scotland. By the celebrated John Law,... First
published at Edinburgh in the 1700...
– Glasgow, printed and sold by Rob. & And. Foulis MDCCLI. – XX-282 p., [1] f.; 8°
FD 362
PENKETHMAN, John
A collection of several authentick accounts of the history and price of wheak bread malt from the coming in
of William the Conquerour to Michaelmas 1745 ; with some occasional remarks
– London : W Warden, 1748. – 4°
FD 2423
PENN , William
England's present interest discovered with honour to the prince, and safety to the people
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1675. – 4°
FD 2272
PERCEVAL , John
Some observations on the present state of Ireland, particularly with relation to the woollen manufacture. In a
letter to His Excellency the Duke of Dorset. [By John Perceval, afterwards second Earl of Egmont]
– London : J. Roberts, 1731. – 8°
FD 359
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PETTY , William
The Political anatomy of Ireland. With the establishment for that Kingdom when the late Duke of Ormond
was Lord Lieutenant. Taken from the Records. To Which is added Verbum Sapienti, or an account of the
wealth and expences of England ... [Edited by N.Tate]
– London : D. Brown and W. Rogers, 1691. – 8°
FD 378
Political arithmetick, or a discoures concerning, the ... value of lands, people, buildings, husbandry,
manufacture, commerce ...
– London : R. Clavel : H. Mortlock, 1690. – 8°
FD 2418
Political arithmetick, or a discourse concerning, the ... value of lands, people, buildings, husbandry,
manufacture, commerce ...
– London : R. Clavel : H. Mortlock, 1691. – 8°
FD 2307
Political arithmetic...
– Glasgow : R. and A. Foulis, 1751. – 12°
FD 2343/01
Sir William Petty's Political survey of Ireland, with the establishment of that Kingdom, when the late Duke of
Ormond was Lord Lieutenant ... To which is added, an Account of the wealth and expences of England ...
The Second edition, carefully corrected, with additions ...
– London : D. Browne : F. Clay : J. Hooke, 1719. – 8°
FD 379
FD 2074
Several essays in political arithmetick : the titles of which follow in the ensuing pages. By sir William Petty,
late fellow of the Royal Society
– London : Printed for Robert Clavel : Henry Mortlock, 1699. – [2] f., 276 p. ; 8° (Première parution de ce
recueil réimprimé en 1755 Recueil à pagination continue de six publications dont chacune possède sa page
de titre propre.
Contient : An essay concerning the multiplication of mankind : together with another essay in political
arithmetick, concerning the growth of the city of London : with the measures, periods, causes, and
consequences therof. 1682. The third edition revised and enlarged. - London : Clavel and Mortlock, 1698 .
Further observations upon the Dublin bills : or accompts of the houses, hearths, baptisms, and burials in
that city. - The third edition... - London : Clavel and Mortlock, 1698 . Two essays in political arithmetick,
concerning the people, housing, hospitals, &c of London and Paris. - London : Clavel and Mortlock, 1699 .
Observations upon the cities of London and Rome. - The second edition... - London : Clavel and Mortlock,
1699 . Five essays in political arithmetick. VIZ. I. Objections from the city of Rey in Persia, and from
Mons. Auzout, against two former essays, answered, and that London hath as many people as Paris, Rome
and Rouen put together. II. A comparison between London and Paris in 14 particulars. III. Proofs that at
London, within its 134 parishes named in the bills of mortality, there live about 696 thousand people. IV.
An estimate of the people in London, Paris, Amsterdam, Venice, Rome, Dublin, Bristol and Rouen, with
several observations upon the same. V. Concerning Holland and the rest of seven United Provinces. = Cinq
essays sur l'arithmetique politique. I. On répond aux objections tirées de la ville de Rey en Perse, & à celles
de M. Auzout contre les deux premiers essays, & l'on fait voir qu'il-y-a autant de monde à Londres qu'à
Paris, Rome & Rouen pris ensemble. II. Comparaison entre Londres & Paris en 14 choses particulieres. III.
Preuves qu'il demeure dans les 134 paroisses de Londres marquées dans les billets de mortalité, environ
696 mille personnes. IV. Combien l'on estime qu'il-y-a de monde à Londres, Paris, Amsterdam, Venice,
Rome, Dublin, Bristol & Rouen, avec plusieurs remarques sur ce sujet. V. Touchant la Hollande & les
autres VII Provinces Unies. - London : Printed for Clavel and Mortlock, 1699. = A Londre [sic] : imprimé
pour Clavel et Mortlock, 1699 . Political arithmetick or a discourse concerning the extent and value of
lands, people, buildings; husbandry, manufacture, commerce, fishery, artizans, seamen, soldiers; publick
revenues, interest, taxes, superlucration, registries, banks; valuation of men, increasing of seamen, of
militia's, harbours, situation, shipping, power at sea, &c. As the same relates to every country in general,
but more particularly to the territories of His Majesty of Great-Britain, and his neighbours of Holland,
Zealand and France. - London : printed for Clavel and Mortlock, 1699.)
FD 2459
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PETTY , William, suite
Tracts, chiefly relating to Ireland. Containing I. A treatise of taxes and contributions. II Essays in political
arithmetic. III. The political anatomy of Ireland...
– Dublin : B. Grierson, 1769. – 8°
FD 2487
A Treatise of taxes & contributions. Shewing the nature and measures of crown-lands, assesments, customs,
poll-moneys, lotteries, benevolence, penalties, monopolies, offices, tythes, raising of coins, harth-money,
excize, &c. With several intersperst discourses and digressions ..., the same being frequently applied to the
present state and affairs of Ireland
– London : printed for Nath. Brooke, 1667. – [16], 72 p. ; 4°
FD 2228
Xenophon's discourse upon improving the revenue of the state of Athens. Translated from the greek by
Walter Moyle...
– Glasgow : R. and A. Foulis, 1751. – 12°
FD 2343/02
PETYT, William, 1636-1707
Britannia languens, or a discourse of trade : shewing the grounds and reasons of the increase and decay of
land-rents, national wealth and strength. With application to the late and present state and condition of
England, France, and the United Provinces
– London, printed for Tho. Dring and Sam. Crouch. – [5], 1-72, 129-160, 97-164, 161-303, [8] p.
(pagination discontinue, mais sans manques et dans l'ordre) ; 8°
FD 385
PHILIPS , Erasmus
The State of the Nation, in respect to her commerce, debts, and money. [Signed Erasmus Philips]
– London : J. Woodman and D. Lyon, 1725. – 8°
FD 452
PHILOPATRIAE
The Groans of Ireland : in a letter to a member of Parliament
– : printed by and for George Faulkner, 1741. – 28 p. ; 8°
FD 2327
PIE , Thomas
Usuries spright conjured...
– London : M. Bradwood, 1604. –4°
FD 2621
PILKINGTON, Matthew
An Infallible scheme to pay the publick debt of this nation in six months. Humbly offered to the
consideration of the present P------t. ...
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1731. – 16 p. ; 16°. (Également attribué à Jonathan Swift)
FD 2205
PITT , William
Mr Pitt s reply to Mr. Orde, being a correct abstract of the speeches of those two right honourable gentlemen,
as delivered in the different senates of great Britain and Ireland, on the subject of the new commercial
regulations betwen the two contries ; with a defense of both
– London : J. Jarvis, 1785. – 8°
FD 1972
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PLACE, Francis
Illustrations and proofs of the principle of population : including an examination of the proposed remedies of
Mr. Malthus, and a reply to the objections of Mr. Godwin and others / Francis Place
– London : Longman, 1822. - ; 8°
2022
Plain answer...
A Plain answer to a late pamphlet, intitled, The Business of Pawnbroking stated and defended shewing the
false reasoning, and mis-stating of several facts contained in that pamphlet ... By an impartial Hand
– London : G. Woodfall : W. Bickerton, 1745. – 8°
(Il s'agit du pamphlet intitulé : "An Apology for the business of Pawnbroking", voir à ce titre)
FD 2371
PLUMARD de DANGEUL
Renarks on the advantages and disadvantages of France and of Great-Britain with respect to commerce, and
to the other means of encreasing the wealth and power of a state ...
– London : J. Osborne, 1754. – 8°
FD 2398
POLLEXFEN , John
A Discourse of trade, coyn, and paper credit : and of ways and means to gain, and retain riches. [By John
Pollexfen.] To which is added the Argument of a learned Counsel [Sir Henry Pollexfen], upon an Action of
the Case brought by the East-India-Company against Mr Sands, an interloper
– London : B. Aylmer, 169-1697. – 2 part. en 1 vol.
FD 2319
England and East-India inconsistent in their manufactures, being an answer to a treatise intituled "An Essay
on the East-India Trade"...
– London : [s.n.], 1697. – 8°. (Réponse au Traité de Ch. Davenant)
FD 360
FD 2313
Of Trade ... Also, of coyn. Bullion ... By J. P. [John Pollexfen],... to which is annex'd, The Argument of the
late Lord Chief Justice [Henry] Pollexfen, upon an Action of the Case, brought by the East-India Company
against Mr Sands, an interloper
– London : J. Baker, 1700. – 8°. (Réimpr. de : "A Discourse of trade, coyn and paper credit", 1697)
FD 1096
POPE , Simeon
Scarcity of specie no ground for alarm, or British opulence unimpaired... by Simeon Pope, author of "A
Letter to the Right Honourable, &c. Lord Mayor of the City of London, on the national debt andf
resources, &c. &c.
– London : sold by W. Richardson, Cornhill; and S. Conder, stationer, Cheapside. – 50, [2 bl.]p. (sig. A2
B-G4) ; 4°
FD 251/02
POSTLETHWAYT, Malachy
Britain's commercial interest explained and improved ; in a series of dissertations on several important
branches of her trade and police : containing a candid enquiry into the secret causes of the present mis
fortunes of the nation, with proposals for their remedy. Also the great advantages which would accrue to
this kingdom from an union with Ireland
– London : D. Browne, 1757. –2 tomes ; 8°
FD 2453
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POSTLETHWAYT, Malachy, suite
Considerations on the making of bar iron with pitt, or sea coal fire and thereby to save the nation above two
hundred thousand pounds per annum, we at present pay for foreign bar iron in a letter to a member of the
Honourable House of Commons by Mr. Postlethwayt
– London : Printed for J. Roberts, 1747. – 8°
FD 2377
Great-Britain's true System wherein is clearly shown, I. The increase of the public debts and taxes must, in a
few years, prove the ruin of the monied, the trading, and the landed interests. II. The necessity of raising
the supplies to carry on war ... III. That such a design ... is very practicable Great-Britain's true system...
IV. An expedient which will support the public credit... To which is prefixed, an introduction, relative to
the forming a new plan of British politicks, with respect to our foreign affairs, and our connections on the
continent. Humbly submitted ... By Malachy Postlethwayt...
– London : printed for A. Millar ... J. Whiston, and B. White,and W. Sandby ..., 1757. – 8°
FD 854
The Importance of the African expedition considered with copies of the memorials, as drawn up originally,
and presented to the ministry, to induce them to take possession of the French forts and settlements in the
river Senagal, as well as all other on the coast of Africa the whole as planned and designed, by Malachy
Postlethwayt, Esq ... to which are added, observations, illustrating the said memorials, for the peculiar
benefit and advantage of all British African and West-India merchants and British planters, as well as the
kingdom in general with reasons for Great-Britain's keeping possession of the French African settlements,
if possible humbly addressed to the British ministry
– London : Printed by C. Say,and sold by M. Cooper, 1758. – 8°
FD 2436
A Short state of the progress of the French trade and navigation wherein is shewn, the great foundation that
France has laid, by dint of commerce, to increase her maritime strength to a pitch equal, if not superior, to
that of Great-Britain, unless some how checked by the wisdom of His Majesty's councils by Malachy
Postlethwayt
– London : Printed for J. Knapton, 1756. – 8°
FD 2407
The Universal Dictionary of trade and commerce with large additions and improvements ... together with
every thing essential that is contained in Savary's Dictionary also, all the material laws of trade and
navigation... and the customs and usages to which all traders are subject by Malachy Postlethwayt... The
Third edition
– London : H. Woodfall : A. Millar : J. and R. Tonson [et al.], 1766. – 2 tomes ; 2°. (Trad. du Savary)
FD 8
POVEY , Charles
An Inquiry into the miscarriages of the four last years reign ... Presented to the Freeholders of Great Britain,
against the next Election of a new Parliament [by Charles Povey]. The sixth edition
– London : at Mr Robinson's, 1714. – 8°
FD 2086
FD 2088
PRATT , Samuel
The Regulating silver coin, made practicable and easie, to the Government and Subject. Humbly submitted to
the considération of both Houses of Parliament. By a lover of his Country
– London : Henry Bonwick, 1696. – 8°
FD 2315
Prescription sacred
Prescription sacred or, Reasons for opposing the new demand of herbage in Ireland ...
– [Dublin] : [S. Powell] printed in the Year 1736. – 14, [2?] p. ; 8°
FD 2182
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Present condition of France
The Present condition of France in reference to her revenues comparing them with the infinite expences she
is forc'd to be at demonstrating thereby that it is impossible for her to support her self if the war with the
Confederates continues. Done out of French
– London : Printed for Henry Rhodes ... and John Marris, 1692. – [2], 30 p. ; 4°
(Etat present de la France et de ses finances ; ou l'on prouve qu'il lui est impossible de se maintenir, si la
guerre que les Alliez lui font, continue. A Geneve : chez Jean François Giraud, 1692)
FD 2292
Present state of Ireland
The Present state of Ireland consider'd...
– Dublin : printed and ; reprinted at London : for Weaver Bickerton, 1730. – 32 p. ; 8°
FD 2153
PRICE , Richard
Additional observations of the nature and value of civil liberty, and the war with America...
– Dublin : W. Whitestone, 1777. – 12°
FD 1928
PRIOR , Thomas
An Essay to encourage and extend the linen-manufacture in Ireland, by praemiums and other means by
Thomas Prior, ...The Second edition, with a postscript
– Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1749. – 8°
FD 2339
A List of the Absentees of Ireland, and the yearly value of their estates and incomes spent abroad. With
observations on the present state and condition of that Kingdom
– Dublin : R. Gunne, 1729. – 8°
FD 1007
Observations on coin in general. With some proposals for regulating the value of coin in Ireland. By the
author of the List of the Absentees of Ireland
– Dublin : R. Gunne, 1729. – 8°
FD 1055
Pro commodo Regis & Populi
Pro commodo Regis & Populi. Publick funds for publick service, by raising three millions of money, or a
million and a half, with ease and ability, without charge of collecting, or affecting land or trade, or burdening
tax upon tax. With reasons for the same. In an appeal to the impartial and common understanding of all
mankind
– London : printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1744. – 21, [1]p. (sig. [ ]1 B-D4)
; 4°
FD 2369
Property re-asserted
Property re-asserted, in answer to the arguments and exceptions in a late paper, intituled, Property vindicated
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1740. – 8°
FD 2196
Proposal for lessening...
Proposal for lessening the excessive price of bread corn in Ireland
– Dublin : E. Eeshax, 1741. – 12°
FD 2326
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Proposal for the relief of Ireland
A Proposal for the relief of Ireland, by a coinage of monies, of gold, and silver and establishing a National
Bank
– London : J. Worrall, 1733. – 8°
FD 2186
Proposals for establishing
Proposals for establishing a charitable fund in the City of London, by voluntary gifts and loans of mony ...
The second edition of the firs Part
– London : Mr Aylmer, 1706. – 8°
FD 2047
Proposals for raising a million of money
Proposals for raising a million of money out of the forfeited Estates in Ireland together, with the answer of
the Irish to the same, and a reply thereto
– London : T. Goodwin, 1694. – 4°
FD 2285
Proposals for setling the East-India trade
Proposals for setling the East-India trade
– London : E.Whitlook, 1696. – 4°
FD 2426
Proposals to raise ten millions
Proposals to raise ten millions and five hundred thousand pounds a year, to which is added A Proposal
publish'd in the year 1740, to raise four millions, at 3 per cent, or, five hundred and seventy thousand
pounds a year, to pay off the money borrowed on the Post-Act, soap, candles, &c. without any additional
tax. By an Officer of the Stamp-Duties
– London : M. Cooper, 1744. – 4°
FD 2368
Proposed relief to the subscribers...
Proposed relief to the subscribers to the voluntary loan of eighteen millions
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [c.1790-1800?]. – placard ; 265x205 mm
FD 251
PULTENEY, William
Some considerations on the national debts, the Sinking Fund, and the state of publick credit in a letter to a
friend in the country
– London : R. Franklin, 1729. – 8°
FD 2165
A State of the national debt, as it stood December the 24th, 1716. With the payments made towards the
discharge of it out of the Sinking Fund, etc. compared with the debt at Michaelmas, 1725. [A Reply by V.
Pulteney to an "Essay on the publick debts of this Kingdom", by Sir N. Gould.]
– London : R. Francklin, 1727. – 4°
FD 2158
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Q
Question to be considered
A Question to be considered, previous to the rejection of the bill for paying off the National debt, upon
account of inserting to the preamble his majesty's previous consent ...
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2392
R
R. J.
A letter of advice to a friend about the currency of clipt-money. The second edition. To which is annex'd the
"Declaration" publish'd by Queen Elizabeth, upon her reforming the coin
– London : E. Castle, 1696. – 8°
FD 2309
R.L.
A Proposal for supplying His Majesty with twelve hundred thousand pounds, by mending the coin, and yet
preserve the ancient standard of the Kingdom. By a gentleman
– London : J. Whitlock, 1695. – 4°
FD 2278
RALPH , James
A Critical history of the administration of Sr Robert Walpole, now Earl of Orford, collected chiefly from the
Debates in Parliament, and the political writings on both sides... To the whole are prefix'd, some particulars
of Mr Walpole's public life, before the year 1721 by a gentleman of the Middle-Temple [i.e. James Ralph]
– London : J. Hinton, 1743. – 8°
FD 2360
RAMSAY , Andrew
Essay philosophique sur le gouvernement civil, où l'on traite de la nécessité, de l'origine, des droits, des
bornes, & des differentes formes de la souveraineté ; selon les principes de feu M. François de Salignac de
La Motthe-Fenelon... Seconde edition, revûë, corrigée, & augmentée
– A Londres. M. DCC. XXI. – [8], 230 p. ; 12°
FD 3244
RAWLINSON , Christopher
An Inquiry into the management of the poor, and our usual polity respecting the common people with
reasons why they have not hitherto been attended with success, and such alterations offered to the
consideration of the legislature, as may probably introduce a more general spirit of industry and order, and
greatly lessen the publick expence...
– London : printed for Benjamin White, 1767. – [4], 96 p. ; 8°
FD 2473
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Reasons against the brown seals
Reasons against the brown seals, and other late innovations in the linen trade. In a dialogue between two
north country drapers. Attempted in the manner of Hudibras. In two cantos
– Dublin: printed in the year, MDCCLXII. – 16 p. ; 8°
(En vers. Inconnu de ESTC, COPAC, des catalogues de la National Library of Ireland, et de Trinity
College, Dublin)
FD 2443
Reasons for a limited exportation
Reasons for a limited exportation of wooll
– [London ?] : [s.n.], 1677. – 4°
FD 2253
Reasons offer'd against the continuance...
Reasons offer'd against the continuance of the Bank. In a letter to a Member of Parliament
– London : [s.n.], 1707. – 8°
FD 2071
Reflections on the National Debt
Reflections on the National Debt; with reasons for reducing the Legal Interest; and against a Publick Loan.
With some advice to the Electors of Members of Parliament.
– [Dublin ?] : [s.n.], 1731. – 8°
FD 2155
Reflections upon a scandalous libel
Reflections upon a scandalous libel [by Thomas Wagstaffe, the elder], entituled, An Account of the
Proceedings of the House of Gommons, in relation to the re-coyning the clipp'd money, and falling the
price of Guinea's
– London : the Book-sellers of London and Westminster, 1697. – 8°
FD 2317
Reflections upon the tax
Reflections upon the tax of two pennies scots per pint, on all ale and beer first granted anne 1693, by the
parliament of Scotlant to the city of Edinburgh, and since continued to Edinburgh and granted by the
british Parliament to many other towns in Scotland
– Edinburgh : [s.n.], 1761. – 8°
FD 2442
Remarks on the Appendix...
Remarks on the Appendix to The present state of the Nation
– London : R. Davis, 1769. – 8°
FD 2488
Remarks on the English Woollen...
Remarks on the English Woollen Manufactury for exportation, and necessity of preventing the Irish wool
being run. As presented at the door of both Houses of the British Parliament
– London ; Dublin : G. Grierson, 1730. – 8°
FD 2152
Remarks upon several pamphlets
Remarks upon several pamphlets writ in opposition to the Soutb-Sea Scheme. Particularly, An Examination
and. explanation of the South-Sea scheme, etc. ...
– London : J. Roberts, 1720. – 8°
FD 2136
74
Review of the universal remedy
A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin, with application to our present
circumstances . In a letter to Mr Locke
– London : A. and J. Churchill, 1696. – 8°
FD 386
Review of the universal remedy
A Review of the universal remedy for all diseases incident to coin, with application to our present
circumstances . In a letter to Mr Locke
– London : A. and J. Churchill, 1696. – 8°
FD 2311
REYNELL , Carew
The True English Interest or an account of the chief national improvements, in some political observations,
demonstrating an infaillible advance of this nation to infinite wealth and greatness, trade and populacy,
with employment and preferment for all persons by Carew Reynel
– London : M. Widdowes, 1679. –8°
FD 2245
RICARDO , David
An Essay on the influence of a low price of corn on the profits of stock; shewing the inexpediency of
restrictions on importation : with remarks on Mr. Malthus' two last publications: "An Inquiry into the
nature and progress of rent;" and "The Grounds of an opinion on the policy of restricting the importation of
roreign corn." By David Ricardo, esq. Second edition
– London, printed for John Murray, Albemarle street. 1815. (J.F. Dove, printer, St. John's square), 1815. –
[2], 50 p. (sig. [ ]1 B-G4 H1) ; 22 cm
FD 576/01
On protection to agriculture. By David Ricardo, esq., M.P. Fourth edition
– London : John. Murray, Albemarle-street. MDCCCXXII. (London : printed by William Glowes,
Northumberland-court.), 1822. – [4], 94, [2]p. : tableau dépl. ; 22 cm
FD 576/02
On the principles of political economy and taxation. Second edition
– London : J. Murray, 1819. – 8°
FD 1196
Proposals for an economical and secure currency ; With observations on the profits of the bank of England,
as they regard the public and the proprietors of bank stock... 2 edition
– London : J. Murray, 1816. – 8°
FD 2018
RIDPATH , George
Considérations upon the Union of the two kingdoms with an account of the methods taken by ancient and
modern governments, to effect an Union, without endangering the fundamental constitutions of the United
countries
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1706. –8°
FD 2058
The Reducing of Scotland by arms, and annexing it to England as a province considered. With an historical
account of the grievances the Scots complain they have suffer'd in their religion, liberty, and trade, since
the union of the Crowns; which they assign as the cause of their delay to come into the same succession
with England, until they have a previous security against such grievances for time to time...
– London, printed: and sold by Benj: Bragg in Ave-Mary-Lane: and re-printed ad Edinburgh, 1705. – 36 p.
; 4°
FD 2045
Some thoughts concerning the peace, and the thanksgiving appointed by authority to be observed for it. In a
Letter from an elder to a minister of the Church of Scotland...
– [London] printed for Robert Aldsworth near the Change. 1713. – 31, [1]p. ; 8°
FD 374/07
75
ROBERTS, Lewis, 1596-1640
& MARIUS, John
& . MUN, Thomas
The Merchants Map of commerce wherein the universal manner and matter relating to trade and
merchandize, are fully treated of ... By Lewis Roberts, ... The fourth edition, carefully corrected, and
enlarg'd. To which is annexed, Advice concerning Bills of exchange ... [By John Marius]. Together with ...
England's Benefit and advantage by foreign trade demonstrated By Tho. Mun ...
– London : T. Horne, 1700– In-fol.
FD 41
The Treasure of traffike or a discourse of forraigne trade...
– London : N. Bourne, 1641. –4°
FD 2208
ROBINS, Benjamin, 1707-1751
The Merchant's complaint against Spain... To which is added, a letter from Queen Mary in Elysium, to the
Count Gondomar, the Spanich ambassador in the reign of... James I. Who was the principal cause of the
death of the great Sir Walter Raleigh
– London : W. Lloyd, 1738. –8°
FD 2187
ROBINSON, Christopher
An answer to a pamphlet, intitled, The Proceedings of the Honourable House of Commons of Ireland, in
rejecting the altered Money Bill, on December 17, 1753, vindicated, &c. So far, as the same relates to the
argument of a Pamphlet, intitled, Considerations on the late Bill, for payment of the remainder of the
national debt, &c. The second edition
– Dublin : printed by Richard James, 1754. – 32 p. ; 8°
FD 2334
Considerations on the late bill for payment of the remainder of the national debt, in which the occasion of
inserting the clause relative to His Majesty's consent, and the arguments in support of such right in the
Crown, are impartially stated
– Dublin: printed in the year, M.DCC.LIV. – 60 p. ; 8°
FD 998/01
FD 2397/01
Remarks on a pamphlet intitled, Considerations on the late bill for paying the national debt, &c. ... [number I
- IV]
– Dublin printed; and Belfast re-printed in the year MDCCLIV., 1754. – 4 part., 16; 16; 16; 50 p. ; 8°
FD 2397/02 à 05
A Supplement to the remarks on a pamphlet intitled considerations on the late Bill for paying the national
debt
– Dublin ; Belfast : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 2389
ROE , Thomas
Sir Thomas Roe his speech in Parliament Wherein he sheweth the cause of the decay of coyne and trade in
this land especially of merchants trade...
– S.l. : s.n., 1641. – 4°
FD 2210
Sir Thomas Rowe's Speech at the Councel Table about the alteration of the coyn, in July 1640. With some
observations thereon
– London : S. Crouch, 1695. –4°
FD 2267
76
ROSE , George
The Proposed System of trade with Ireland explained
– London : printed by and for John Nichols, 1785. – 58 p. ; 8°
FD 1998
ROSS , Robert
A Collection of papers, relating to a scheme, laid before the Trustees of the Linen Manufacture, for the more
effectual reformation of lappers by Robert Ross
– Dublin : J. Reilly, 1739. – 8°
FD 2191
ROWLEY , Hercules
An Answer to a book intitl'd Reasons offer'd for erecting a bank in Ireland. In a letter to Henry Maxwell, esq
By Hercules Rowley, esq
– Dublin : printed by and for Geo. Grierson, 1721. – 51, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2123
ROYAL BANK OF SCOTLAND
Warrants of charter erecting, confirming and granting new privileges to the Royal Bank of Scotland
– Edinburgh : D. Ramsay, 1789. – 8°
FD 2003
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY (1731-)
The Dublin Society's weekly observations for the advancement of a agriculture and manufactures
– Glasgow : printed and sold by Robert and Andrew Foulis M.DCC.LVI. – [4], 323, [1]p. : 4 pl. dépl. ; 12°.
(Réimpr. de 52 numéros, publ de janv. 1737 à avril 1738)
FD 2410
Essays and observations on the following subjects, viz, on trade husbandry of flax, raising banks againt rides
and floods.
– Dublin ; London : Ch; Corbett, 1740. – 8°
FD 2189
RUGGLES , Thomas
The History of the poor ; their rights, duties, and the laws respecting them. In a series of letters. By Tho.
Ruggles, esq. ...
– London : printed for J. Deighton, 1793-1794. – 2 t. en 1 vol., [2], XXV, [1], 1-112, 121-297, [1] p., [2],
341, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 2006
77
S
SAINT LO,
GeorgeEngland's safety or, a bridle to the French King. Proposing a sure method for encouraging navigation,
and raising qualified seamen... Also an in-sight into the advantages may be made by the herring and other
fisheries... By captain George St. Lo. The second edition with additions
– London : printed for W. Miller, 1693. – [1-14], 15-54, [2] p. : front. ; 4°
FD 2286
SANDERSON , James
Observations and examples to assist magistrates in setting to assize of Bread made of Wheat, under the
statute of the 31st George II...
– S.l. : s.n., [1759?]. – 23 p. ; 8°
FD 1921
SANDYS , Francis
A Letter to the right honourable Henry Grattan, on the state of the labouring poor in Ireland ... With Mr.
Grattan's annsver
– Dublin : B. Dugdale, 1796. – 8°
FD 2010
Scheme for uniting the two kingdoms
Scheme for uniting the two kingdoms of England and Scotland, different from any that has been hitherto laid
down
– [S.l. Edinburgh?] : [s.n.], [1706?]. – 8 p. ; 4°
FD 2062
SCOTLAND.
– Convention of Estates
Act of Parliament, for erecting a Bank in Scotland. [July 17, 1695]
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], [1695]. – 8 p. ; 4°
FD 2284
– Parliament]. [1689]
An account of the affairs of Scotland, in answer to a Letter written upon the occasion of the address lately
presented to His Majesty by some members of the Parliament of that Kingdom
– [London?] : [s.n.], [1689?]. – 45, [1]p. ; 4° (Daté en p. 45: "London Dec. 1. 1689.")
FD 2417
– Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
A proclamation, for regulating and encouraging of trade and manufactories in the Kingdom of Scotland.
Edinburgh, the eleventh day of April, 1681
– Edinburgh : the Heir of A. Anderson, 1681. – In-fol
FD 172
SCOTT , Nehemiah
A Proposal [of Nehemiah Scott, brewer, and Partners] for advancing the revenue of excise, etc. Humbly
offer'd to the Honourable the House of Commons in Parliament assembled
– London : [s.n.], 1707. – 8°
FD 2070
78
Seasonable advice...
Seasonable advice to all smugglers of French Cambricks and French Lawns...
– London : W. Owen, 1751. – 8°
FD 2352
Second report by the Commitee...
Second report by the Commitee of the Highland Society of Scotland, upon the manufacture of Kelp
– [1817]
FD 1953/02
Serious address...
A Serious address to the Proprietors of the publick funds, occasion'd by several late schemes for reducing
their interest, or subjecting them to taxes ... Humbly submitted to the consideration of the members of the
House of Commons
– London : J. Roberts, 1744. – 8°
FD 2362
SETON , William
Scotland's great advantages by an union with England : showen in a letter from the country, to a Member of
Parliament
– [Edinburgh?] Printed in the year MDCCVI. – 12 p. ; 4°
FD 2059
SEYMOUR , Francis
Remarks on the scheme for supplying the City of Dublin with coals from the County of Tyrone: In a letter to
Thomas Burgh esq; His Majesty's engineer and surveyor-general. By Francis Seymour.
– S.l. : s.n., [1729]. – 7 p. ; 8°
FD 2162
SHEBBEARE, John, 1709-1788
A sixth letter to the people of England, on the progress of national ruin...
– London, J. Morgan, 1757
FD 2452
SHEFFIELD , John
Observations on the manufactures, trade, and present state of Ireland... Third edition
– London : J. Debrett, 1785. – 8°
FD 1996
SHERIDAN, Charles Francis, 1750-1806
Free thoughts upon the present crisis, in which are stated the fundamental principles upon which alone
Ireland can or ought to agree to any final settlement with Great Britain
– Dublin : R. Marchbank, 1785. – 8°
FD 1966
79
SHERIDAN, Thomas
A Discourse of the rige & power of Parliaments, of law's, of Courts of Judicature, of liberty, property, and
religion, of the interest of England in reference to the desines of France, of taxes and of trade. In a letter
from a Gentleman in the country [Th. Sheridan] to a Member of Parliament
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1677. – 8°
FD 2251
A Learned Dicourse on various subjects, viz. of the rise and power of Parliaments, of laws, of Courts of
Judicature, of liberty, property, and religion, of taxes, trade and of the interest of England in reference to
France
– London : Sawbridge, 1685. – 8°
FD 2305
Short history...
A Short history of the Charitable Corporation, from the date of their Charter, to their late Petition ...
Addressed to the Publick Companies in Britain
– London : A. Millar, 1732. – 4°
FD 2172
Short observations...
Short observations on the necessity of admitting Dublin to participate in the corn export Bounties in order to
remove a present great discouragement to the agriculture and corn trade of Ireland, particularly addressed
to the landed interest of the kingdom
– Dublin : R. Moncrieffe, 1785. – 8°
FD 1969
SIMON, James, 18th cent.
An Essay towards an historical account of Irish coins, and of the currency of foregin [sic] monies in Ireland ;
with an Appendix containing several statutes, proclamations, patents, acts of state, letters relating to the
same by James Simon
– Dublin : S. Powell, for the Author, 1749. – 4°
FD 169
SIMSON , Matthias
The Present state of Scotland consider'd ; and its declining, and sinking condition charged upon the conduct
of the landed gentlemen, etc...
– Edinburgh : W. and T. Ruddimans, 1745. – 8°
FD 2373
SINCLAIR, Archibald, Sir, 1664-1719
The State of the Nations enquir'd into, shewing the necessity of laying hold of the present opportunity, to
secure our laws and liberties, from English influence, and procure a free trade with that Nation
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], [1700]. – 4°
FD 2387
SMITH , Adam
An inquiry into the nature and causes of the wealth of nations. By Adam Smith... in two volumes. Vol. I [-II]
– London : printed for W. Strahan ; and T. Cadell. MDCCLXXVI. – 2 tomes ([11-1bl.]-510-[2bl.] ; [1-1bl.2]-587-[1] p.) ; 4°
FD 255
SMITH , Charles
Three tracts on the corn-trade and corn-laws ... to which is added, A Supplement ... [by Charles Smith].-The
Second edition, corrected and enlarged
– London : J. Brotherton, 1766. –8°
FD 643
80
SMITH , John , auteur du Chronicon rusticum-commerciale
Chronicon rusticum-commerciale; or, Memoirs of wool, &c. being a collection of history and argument
concerning the woolen manufacture and woolen trade in general; particularly, the rise, progress,
improvements, declensions, revolutions, and the respective causes thereof (with a view of the different
prices of wool, at certain distant periods) in England; as given by a succession of writers, from ancient
down to the present times. Also an account of the several laws, from time to time made, and of many
schemes offered, for preventing the exportation of raw wool; likewise of other expedients for preserving,
and promoting the interest of the Kingdom, in that commodity manufactured: with occasional notes,
dissertations, and reflections upon the whole. By John Smith, L.L. B. In two volumes. [-vol. II.]
– London: printed for T. Osborne at Grays-Inn. MDCCXLVII. – 2 tomes ([8], XVI, XLII, [14], 422; 576
p.) ; 8°
FD 2381
Jan. 16. 1744.-5. Proposal for printing, by subscription, in two volumes octavo, Chronicon rusticumcommerciale; or, Memoirs of wool, &c. being a collection of history and argument concerning the woollen
manufacture and woollen trade in general; particularly, the rise, progress, improvements, declensions,
revolutions, and the respective causes thereof (with a view of the different prices of wool, at certain distant
periods) in England; as given by a succession of writers, from ancient, down to the present times. Also an
account of the several laws, from time to time, made, and of many schemes offered, for preventing the
exportation of raw wool; likewise of other expedients tried, for preserving, and promoting the interest of
the Kingdom, in that commodity manufactured: with occasional notes, dissertations, and reflections upon
the whole. By John Smith, L.L. B.
– [London: printed for T. Osborne at Grays-Inn.], 1745. – 8 p. ; 8° (Prospectus du "Chronicon..." de John
Smith)
FD 1049/02
SMITH, John, fl. 1747
The State of our wool and woollen trade review'd. Wherein some objections to the grasiers advocate, etc. are
consider'd ; and the heads of a new scheme of universal registry offer'd to publick examination ... With the
reasons alledged for importing Irish cattle, and the consequences of a law for that purpose, fairly examin'd
– London : J. Roberts, 1743. – 8°
FD 2358
A Supplement to the state of our wool and woollen trade reviewed, etc. : being a further defence (chiefly
historical) of a schems (which has been bumbly presented to Parliament) for preventing the clandestine
exportation of wool from Great Britain and Ireland both ...
– London : J. Roberts, 1744. – 8°
FD 2370
SMITH , Simon
A Narrative of the Royal fishings of great Britain and Ireland, with busses for pickled herrings and barrelcod, after the manner of the Hollanders...
– London : W. Godbid, 1661. – 4°
FD 2224
Some considerations...
Some considerations humbly offered to the publick, concerning the revenue of the customs : viz. on the
present laws of importation, and exportation, to and from foreign parts, and coastways; setting forth
wherein they are defective, and evaded. Together with some proposals for effectually preventing the frauds
and abuses in that revenue. By providing a few more easy checks, and restraints, suitable to the antient
constitution and genius of the people of these realms
– London : J. Payne and J. Bouquett, 1752. – 8°
FD 2347
81
Some observations on the Assiento Trade
Some observations on the Assiento Trade, as it has been exercised by the South-Sea Company, proving the
damage, which will accrue thereby to the British Commerce and Plantations in America, and particularly to
Jamaica. To which is annexed a sketch of the advantages of that Island to Great Britain ... Addressed to His
Grace the Duke of Newcastle, ... by a person who resided several years at Jamaica. The second edition
– London : H. Whitridge, 1728. – 8°
FD 2168
Some observations on the farmer's three letters...
Some observations on the farmer's three letters to a member of Parliament : and his proposal for preventing
future scarcity. In which a real instance is given of the improvement of Land : and the reasonableness of
abolishing Tyth in kind is fully considered
– London : J. Almon, 1767. – 8°
FD 2472
Some observations upon the Bank of England
Some observations upon the Bank of England
– London : J. Whitlock, 1695. – 4°
FD 2264
Some proposals...
Some proposals humbly offer'd to the Parliament of Great-Britain, for easing the Nation of the old NavyDebt, (now the South-Sea-Debt) of ten millions sterling, principal money. For greatly increasing our
money ... ; securing the ballance of trade ... augmenting the publick revenues ... [Signed : B.]
– London : R. Robinson, 1716. – 2°
FD 15
Some remarks...
Some remarks on a late pamphlet, intituled, "Reflections on the expediency of opening the trade to Turky"
– London : [s.n.], 1753. – 8°
FD 2344
Some remarks on A Report containing an Essay for the amendment of the silver coins, made to the Right
Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesties Treasury, by Mr William Lowndes...
– London : W. Whitlock, 1695. – 4°
FD 2274
Some thoughts...
Some Thoughts on the importance of the linnen-manufacture to Ireland, and how to lessen the expence of it
– Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1739. –8°
FD 2190
SOULIGNÉ , N. de , protestant français réfugié en Angleterre
The desolation of France demonstrated : or evident proofs that one half of the People of that Kindom are
destroyed, two thirds of its Capital Stock consumed..
– London : J. Salusbury, 1697. – 8°
FD 2320
South Sea bubble
South sea bubble.... (The)
– London : T. Boys, 1825. – 12°
FD 2024
82
SOUTH SEA COMPANY
[1720 trois estampes]
London : Carington Bowles, 1720. – 40 cm. (Contient : The Bubblers Mirrour : or Englands Folly . The
Bubblers Medley, or a sketch of the times ...1720 . A Monument dedicated to Posterity in commemoration of
the incredible folly transacted in the year 1720
FD 22
The Case of the borrowers on the South-Sea loans, stated
– [London] : [s.n.], [1721]. –8°
FD 1954
The Schemes of the South-Sea Company and the Bank of England, as propos'd to the Parliament for the
reducing of the national debts . The Second edition
– London : W. Castle, 1720. – In-fol.
FD 176
The South Sea Company's return to the Right Honourable the House of Lords
– (London) : [s.n.], 1733. – In-fol.
FD 16
South-Sea Scheme
The South-Sea Scheme detected, and the management thereof enquir'd into ... in answer to a pamphlet,
entitled, The South-Sea Scheme examin'd, etc. By a lover of this country
– London : B. Boreham, 1720. – 8°
FD 2135
Speech...
A Speech intended to have been spoken by Mr. ----- ------ at the general court of the South-Sea Company,
held the 16th of january, 1750, but prevented by other gentlemen taking up so great a part of the time of the
said court...
– London: printed and sold by Charles Say, in Newgate-Street. MDCCLI. – 35, [1]p. (sig. A-D4 E2) ; 4°
FD 2351
State of the corn trade
The State of the corn trade considered : in answer to all the objections against the bounty granted to
encourage the exportation of Corn and it's influence on the landed and navigation interest clearly and fully
explained
– London : S. Birt, 1753. – 8°
FD 2337
STEELE , Richard
The Importance of Dunkirk consider'd : in defence of the Guardian of august the 7th. in a letter to the bailiff
of Stockbridge [John Snow]. By Mr Steele. The second edition
– London: printed for A. Baldwin in Warwick-lane. 1713. – 40 p. ; 8°
FD 374/10
STEUART DENHAM , James
An Inquiry into the principles of political oeconomy : being an Essay on the science of domestic policy in
free nations... by Sir James Steuart...
– Dublin : J. Williams : R. Moncrieffe, 1770. – 3 tomes ; 8°
FD 821
The Principles of money applied to the present state of the coin of Bengal: being an inquiry into the methods
to be used for correcting the defects of the present currency; for stopping the drains which carry off the coin;
and for extending circulation by the means of paper-credit. The second edition. Composed for the use of the
honourable the East-India Company
– [S.l. (London?)] Printed in the year M.DCC.LXXII. – 107, [1]p. ; 4°
FD 548
83
STEVENS, John, d. 1726
The Royal treasury of England or, an historical account of all taxes, under what denomination soever, from
the conquest to this present year Collected from the best historians
– London : printed for T. Tebb, and J. Wilcox, 1725. – [2],XXXI,[1],372 p. ; 8°
FD 2169
STOCK , Joseph
An account of the life of George Berkeley, D. D. late Bishop of Cloyne in Ireland. With notes, containing
strictures upon his works
– London : printed for J. Murray... M.DCC.LXXVI. – IV, 85 p. ; 8°
FD 997
Strictures...
Strictures on a pamphlet lately published, entitled, "Considerations submitted to the people of Ireland, in
answer to a pamphlet, entitled. Observations on the Mutiny-bill
– Dublin : H. Whitestone, 1781. – 8°
FD 1987
Substance...
The Substance of the arguments for and against the Bill, for prohibiting the exportation of woollen
manufacture from Ireland to Foreign Parts. Deliver'd at the Bar of the House of Lords. Together with some
remarks on a printed paper, entituled, "Some thoughts on the said Bill"
– London : J. Astwood, 1698. – 4°
FD 2380
SWIFT , Jonathan
Dean Swift's Ghost, to the citizens of Dublin. Concluding with a word particularly to the weavers. [By
Jonathan Swift ?]
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1749. –8°
FD 2330
A defence of English commodities. Being an answer to the proposal for the universal use of Irish
manufactures, and utterly rejecting and renouncing every thing that is wearable that comes from England...
to which is annexed, an elegy upon the... death of Mr. Demar... who died at Dublin the 6th day of July,
1720. Written by Dean Swift
– Printed at Dublin : and reprinted at London, by J. Roberts... MDCCXX. – [2], 28 p. ; 8°
FD 2133
The Drapier's Letters to the People of Ireland, concerning Mr Wood's Brass Half-Pence : Letter I-VII.
Written in 1724 by M.B. Drapier, i.e. Jonathan Swift]
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1737. – Pag. 57-207 ; 12°
FD 2202
The Drapier's second letter to the good people of Ireland.
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1745. –8°
FD 2375
Fraud detected : or, the Hibernian Patriot. Conataining, all the Drapier's Letters to the People of Ireland, on
Wood's coinage [by Jonathan Swift], etc. interspers'd with ... particulars ... To which are added, Prometheus,
a poem. Also... songs sung at the Drapier's Club
– Dublin : G. Faulkner, 1725. – 8°
FD 2170
The Hibernian Patriot : being a collection of the Drapier's Letters to the People of Ireland, concerning Mr.
Wood's Brass Half-Pence. Together with Considerations on the attempts made to pass that coin. And
reasons for the People of Ireland's refusing it. To which are added, poems and songs relating to the same
subject...
– Printed ad Dublin. London: reprinted and sold by A. Moor in St. Paul's Church-yard, and the booksellers
of London and Westminster, MDCCXXX. – [8], 264 p. [sig. [ ]1 A3 B-R8 S4) ; 8°
FD 1916
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SWIFT , Jonathan, suite
A Letter to Mr Harding the Printer, upon occasion of a paragraph in his News-Paper of Aug. lst, relating to
Mr Wood's Half-pence. By M.B., Drapier, Author of the Letter to the Shop-Keepers, etc. [i.e. Jonathan
Swiftt]
– Dublin : J. Harding, [1724]. – 8°
FD 2112
A Letter to the Right Honourable the Lord Viscount Molesworth. By M.B. Drapier, Author of the Letter to
the Shop-keepers, etc. [i.e. Jonathan Swift]
– Dublin : J. Harding, [1724]. – 8°
FD 2107
A Letter to the Shop-Keepers, Tradesmen, Farmers, and Common-People of Ireland, concerning the Brass
Half-pence coined by Mr Woods, with a design to have them pass in this Kingdom. Wherein is shewn the
power of the said Patent, the value of the Half-Pence ... By M.B. Drapier [i.e. Jonathan Swift]
– Dublin : J. Harding, [1724]. – 16°
FD 2113
A Letter to the whole People of Ireland. By M.B. Drapier, author of the Letter to the Shop-Keepers, etc. [i.e.
Jonathan Swift]
– Dublin : J. Harding, 1724. –8°
FD 2105
A Modest proposal for preventing the children of poor people from being a burthen to their parents or the
country, and for making them beneficial to the publicks
– Dublin printed ; and reprinted ad London : for Weaver Bickerton, 1730. – 23,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 2154
A Proposal for the universal use of Irish manufacture, in cloaths and furniture of houses, etc... utterly
rejecting and renouncing every thing wearable that comes from England. Written in the year 1720 [by
Jonathan Swift]
– [S.l.] : [s.n.], 1737. –12°
FD 2201
Some observations upon a Paper, call'd, the Report of the Committee of the Most Honourable the PrivyCouncil in England, relating to Wood's Half-pence. By M.B. Drapier, Author of the Letter to the ShopKeepers, etc. [i.e. Jonathan Swift]. The second edition corrected
– Dublin : J. Harding, [1724]. –8°
FD 2111
Swearer's-Bank : or parliamentary security for establishing a new Bank in Ireland. Wherein the medicinal use
of oaths is considered. With the "Best in Christendom", a tale. Written by Dean Swift ... To which is
prefixed an Essay upon English bubbles by Thomas Hope [i.e. Jonathan Swift]...
– Dublin : Th. Hume ; London : R. Roberts, 1720. – 8°
FD 2132
SYMONDS , William
A New-Years-Gift to the Parliament, or, England's Golden Fleece preserv'd, in proposals humbly laid before
this present Parliament. By William Symonds...
– London : [s.n.], 1702. –4°
FD 1962
85
T
T. S.
Profit and loss of the East-India-Trade, stated, and humbly offer'd to the consideration of the present
Parliament. [By T.S.]
– London : [s.n.], 1700. – 8°
FD 2465
TEMPLE , William
An essay upon taxes, calculated for the present juncture of affairs in England
– London : printed for Tim. Goodwin... 1693
FD 1044
THOMAS MORE , saint
Utopia : or the happy republic a philosophical romance, in two books ... Written in latin by sir Thomas More,
lord high chancellor of England. Translated into English by Gilbert Burnet ...
– Glasgow : printed by Robert Foulis and sold by him there ; Edinburgh : by Hamilton and Balfour, 1743.
– XXIII,139 p. : portrait frontispice ; 8°
FD 2359
Utopia, or the happy republic : a philosophical romance, in two books / Written in latin by sir Thomas More ;
Translated into english by Gilbert Burnet, bishop of Sarum
-Glasgow ; printed for D. Macvean... ; M. Ogle...
– Edinburgh : J. Carfrae ; Paisley : J. Lawrence ; Hamilton : James Thompson ; Belfast : H. Greer, 1821. –
168 p. ; 18 cm
FD 2021
THOMPSON , William
Appeal of one half the human race, women, against the pretensions of the other half, men, to retain them in
political, and thence in civil and domestic, slavery ; in reply to a paragraph of Mr. Mill's celebrated "Article
on government"
– London; Longman : Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, 1825. – XVI-224 p. ; 8°
FD 1745
An inquiry into the principles of the distribution of wealth : most conducive to human happiness...
– London : Longman ; London : Hurst ; London : Rees et six autres, 1824. – XXIV-600 p ; 22 cm
FD 1744
Thoughts on the affairs of Ireland
Thoughts on the affairs of Ireland : with the speeches of the lord chancellor, [Thomas] cardinal Wolsey, and
Gerald [Fitzgerald ] earl of Kildare. The second edition. To which is added a preface
– London : printed for W. Owen, 1754. – [8], 27 p. ; 8°
FD 2336
TOLAND , John
Dunkirk or Dover; or, the Queen's Honour, the Nation's safety, the liberties of Europe, and the peace of the
World, all at stake till that fort and port be totally demolish'd by the French. The Second edition
– London, printed for A. Baldwin, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane. 1713. – 40 p. ; 8°
FD 374
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TRANSON , Abel
Charles Fourier's theory of attractive industry and the moral harmony of the passions
– London : published at the Office of the London Phalanx (William Stevens printer), 1841. – [2], 157, [1]
p. ; 20 cm
FD 968
TRENCHARD , John
A Comparison between the proposals of the Bank and the South-Sea Company . Wherein is shewn, that the
proposais of the first are much more adyantageous to the Publick, than those of the latter, if they do not
offer such terms to the Annuitants as they will accept of
– London : J. Roberts, 1720. – 8°
FD 2137
Some considerations upon the state of our publick debts in general, and of the Civil List in particular
– London : J. Roberts, 1720. – 8°
FD 2146
& GORDON , Thomas
A collection of Cato's Political letters in the London journal. [The second and third collection], the second
edition, with a new preface
– London: J. Roberts, 1721. – 3 parties en 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 2117/01
& GORDON , Thomas
The second collection of Cato's political letters in the London Journal, continued to the end of January,
1720
– London : Printed for J. Roberts, 1720. – [52] p ; 8°
FD 2117/02
& GORDON , Thomas
The third collection of Cato's political letters in the London journal, continued to the end of March, 1721
– London : Printed for J. Roberts, 1721. – 64 p ; 8°
FD 2117/03
TRUSTEES FOR RAISING MONEY ON THE ESTATES OF THE LATE DIRECTORS OF THE SOUTH SEA
COMPANY
The report from the Trustees for Raising Money on the Estates of the Late South Sea Directors and others.
Presented March 20, 1723. Published by order of the House of Commons
– London : printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor, 1724. – [4], 5, [1] p. ; 2°
FD 20
The report from the Trustees of the South Sea Company to the honourable House of Commons ; presented
January 25, 1722. Publish'd by order of the House of Commons
– London : printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor, 1724. – [2], 8 p. ; 2°
FD 21
TUCKER , Josiah
A Brief essay on the advantages & disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great Britain, with
regard to trade. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Gloucester
– London : printed for John Stockdale, 1787. – 96 p. ; 8°
(Contient les 4 premières part., p. 3-59, de l'éd. Glasgow, 1756 . suivi, p. 54-96 de : David Hume, Three
essays, I. On the balance of trade . II. On the jealousy of trade . III. On the balance of power
FD 1045
Cui bono ? or, an inquiry, what benefits can arise either to the English or the Americans, the French,
Spaniards, or Dutch, from the greatest victories, or successes, in the present war, being a series of letters,
addressed to monsieur Necker ... Third edition, with an additionnal preface. With a plan for a general
pacification. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– London : printed for T. Cadell ... : sold also by Evans and Hazel, 1782. – XXV,[1],141,[3] p. ; 8°
FD 1984
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TUCKER , Josiah, suite
"Cui bono ?" ou Examen. Quels avantages les Anglois ou les Américains, les François, les Espagnols ou les
Hollandois, retireront-ils des plus grandes victoires ou des plus grands succès dans la guerre actuelle, en
forme de lettres adressées à Monsieur Necker,... par Josias Tucker,... Traduit de l'anglois
– Londres : [s.n.], 1782. – 95, [1 bl.] p. ; 8°
FD 3726
An Essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great Britain, with
regard to trade. With some proposals for removing the principal disadvantages of Great Britain. By Mr.
Josiah Tucker, of Bristol. - The fourth edition
– Glasgow : [s.n.], 1756. – VII,[1],3-194 p. ; 12°
FD 390
Four letters on important national subjects, addressed to the right honourable the earl of Shelburne, His
Majesty's first Lord commissioner of the Treasury. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes for T. Cadel... ; London, 1783. – VII, [1], 119, [1] p. ; 8°
FD 1979
Four tracts on political and commercial subjects. 3th ed.
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes : and sold by T. Cadell... ; London, 1776. – 224 p. ; 8°
FD 1048
Four tracts, together with two sermons, on political and commercial subjects. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. Dean
of Glocester
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes. And sold by J. Rivington... ; London, 1774. – [2], XV, [1], 9-216 ;
35,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 996
An Humble address and earnest appeal to those respectable personages in Great-Britain and Ireland, who, by
their great and permanent interest in landed property, their liberal education, elevated rank, and enlarged
views, are the ablest to judge, and the fittest to decide, whether a connection with, or a separation from the
continental colonies of America, be most for the national advantage, and the lasting benefit of these
kingdoms... Second edition, corrected. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes : and sold by T. Cadell... ; London, 1775. – 93, [3] p. : tableau dépl. ; 8°
FD 1047
An Impartial inquiry into the benefits and damages arising to the nation from the present very great use of
low-priced spirituous liquors : with proper estimates thereupon, and some considerations humbly offered
for preventing the introduction of foreign spirits not paying the duties. By J[osiah] T[ucker] of Bristol.
Author of the Brief essay on the advantages and disadvantages which respectively attend France and Great
Britain, with regard to trade
– London : printed for T. Trye, 1751. – [6],33,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 2350
The Important question concerning invasions, a sea-war, raising the militia and paying subsidies for foreign
troops : fairly and impartially stated on both sides and humbly referred to the judgment of the public ;Being a new edition of the papers first published in the Evening advertiser ..
– London : printed for R. Griffiths, 1755. – [2],64 p. ; 8°
FD 2405
Instructions for travellers. By Josiah Tucker, M.A. Rector ofSt. Stephen's in Bristol, and chaplain to the right
reverend the lord Bishop of Bristol. Author of A briefessay on the advantages and disadvantages which
respectively attend France and Great Britain, with regard to trade
– Dublin : printed for William Watson, 1758. – 96 p. ; 8°
FD 2430
A Letter to Edmund Burke, esq ; member of Parliament for the city of Bristol, and agent for the colony of
New York, &c. in answer to his printed speech, said to be spoken in the House of Commons on the twentysecond of march, 1775. Second edition, corrected. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes : and sold by T. Cadell... ; London, 1775. – 58 p. ; 8°
FD 1923
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TUCKER , Josiah, suite
Questions importantes sur le commerce, a l'occasion des oppositions au dernier bill de naturalisation.
Ouvrage traduit de l'anglois de Josias Tucker ...
– A Londres : chez Fletcher Gyles, 1755. – 153 p. ; 12°
(Trad. par Turgot de la 2e partie de "Reflections on the expediency of a law for the naturalization of
foreign Protestants")
FD 351
Reflections on the expediency of opening the trade to Turkey ...
– London : T. Trye, 1753. – 8°
FD 2338
Reflections on the present low price of coarse wools, its immediate causes, and its probable remedies. By
Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Gloucester ...
– London : printed for T. Cadell, 1782. – 46,[2] p. ; 8°
FD 1983
Reflections on the present matters in dispute between Great Britain and Ireland ; and on the means of
converting these articles into mutual benefits to both kingdoms. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Gloucester
– London : printed for T. Cadell, 1785. – VI,41,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 1999
A Series of answers to certain popular objections against separating from the rebellious colonies, and
discarding them entirely : being the concluding tract of the Dean of Glocester, on the subject of American
affairs
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes : and sold by T. Cadell... ; London, 1776. – XV, [1], [9]-108, [12] p. ; 8°
FD 1925
Tract V. The respective pleas and arguments of the mother country, and of the colonies, distinctly set forth ;
and the impossibility of a compromise of differences, or a mutual concession of rights, plainly
demonstrated. With a prefatory epistle to the plenipotentiaries of the late congress at Philadelphia. By
Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– Glocester : printed by R. Raikes : and sold by T. Cadell ... ; London, 1775. – XVI,9-51,[1] p. ; 8°
FD 1924
A Treatise concerning civil government, in three parts. By Josiah Tucker, D.D. dean of Glocester
– London : printed for T. Cadell, 1781. – [2], V, [5], 428 p. ; 8°
(Commentaire sur John Locke, Essay concerning the true original extent and end of civil government. –
Contient : Part I. The notions of Mr. Locke and his followers, concerning the origin, extent, and end of
civil government, examined and confuted . Part II. The true basis of civil government set forth and
ascertained ; also objections answered ; different forms compared ; and improvements suggested . Part III.
England's former gothic constitution censured and exposed ; cavils refuted ; and authorities produced ; also
the scripture doctrine concerning the obedience due to governors vindicated and illustrated)
FD 383
TURNER , G.
An Inquiry into the revenue, credit and commerce of France. In a letter to a member of this present
Parliament
– London : printed for J. Roberts, 1742. – 64 p. ; 8°
FD 2328
TURNOR , Thomas
The Case of the bankers and their creditors more fully stated and examined ; and a second time printed, with
more then a third part added
– S.l. : [s.n.], 1675. –4°
FD 2257
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TWISS, Travers, Sir
View of the progress of political economy in Europe since the XVIth century : a course of lectures delivered
before the University of Oxford... / by Travers Twiss...
– London : Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans, 1847. - XVI-298 p. ; 8°
FD 2038
Two Letters...
Two Letters to a Member of Parliament, concerning the publick debts ... To which is added, the Present State
of the coin and credit of the Kingdom,... With some short Remarks on the whole
– London : W. Johnson, 1718. – 8°
FD 2076
Two treaties...
The two treaties between Great Britain and France, the former ratified in the reign of Queen Anne 1713, the
latter signed by Mr. Eden, in the year 1786, compared article by article in opposite columns. Together with
the substance of forty-six petitions presented against the former treaty, by the manufacturing interests of
Great Britain, faithfully transcribed from the journals of the House of Commons and likewise a brief
narrative of the reception of the same treaty by the public, and the final decision upon it in parliament
– London : printed for J. Debrett, M,DCC,LXXXVI. – [2], 15, [1] p. ; 2°
FD 4457
90
U
Undersigned Kelp...
The undersigned Kelp proprietors beg leave to state…
–[1823?]
FD 1953/05
UNITED-KINGDOM . Commissioners and Trustees for Improving Fisheries and Manufactures
in Scotland
Plan by the Commissioners and Trustees for Improving Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, for the
application of the funds under their management for three years from Christmas last 1733
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], [1734]. –8°
FD 2179/01
Plan by the Commissioners and Trustees for Improving Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, for the
application of the funds under their management for three years, from Christmas 1736
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], [1737]. –8°
FD 2179/02
Plan by the Commissioners and Trustees for Improving Fisheries and Manufactures in Scotland, for the
application of the funds under their management for three years from Christmas last 1739
– [Edinburgh] : [s.n.], [1740]. –8°
FD 2179/03
UNITED-KINGDOM . Commissioners Appointed to Examine, Take, and State the Public
Accounts of the Kingdom
The second report of the Commissioners for the taking, examining and stating the publick accounts, & c
– Dublin : [s.n.], re-printed in the year 1712. – 32 p ; 12°
FD 2100
UNITED-KINGDOM . House of Commons . Committee of Secrecy
The report of the Committee of Secrecy, appointed to search into the affairs, of the late South Sea directors
– Amsterdam : printed for P. Vanhoogan, 1721. – 58 p. ; In-folio
FD 19
UNITED-KINGDOM . House of Lords . Committee concerning the encouraging of the linnen
manufacture in Ireland
The Report of the Committee of the Lords of England, concerning the encouraging of the linnen manufacture
in Ireland
– Dublin : printed for M. Gunne, 1704. – 15, [1] p ; 8°
FD 2041
UNITED-KINGDOM . House of Lords
Proceedings of the House of Lords in relation to the late directors of the South-Sea Company, and others :
with the Report of their Lordships on the said proceedings : to which is added, the Conference with the
Commons, relating to Mr. Aislabie and Mr. Craggs, with their Lordship's Proceedings thereupon
– London : printed for Zachariah Stokey, 1721. – 26 p ; In-2
FD 179
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UNITED-KINGDOM . Parliament
The most important transactions of the sixth session of the First Parliament of His Majesty King George II.
anno domini, MDCCXXXIII : containing,
I. A true copy of the excise-bill, intitled, A Bill for repealing several subsidies, and an impost now payable
on tobacco of the british plantations, and for granting an inland duty in lieu thereof. II. An exact list of the
members names who voted for the said bill. III. An exact list of the glorious two hundred and four, who
voted against the said bill. IV. The lords protest, may 30, 1733, on the sinking fund. V. The lords protest,
june 2, 1733, upon the House rejecting the motion for enquiring into the affairs of the South-Sea directors.
VI. A true state of the national debt, provided or unprovided for by Parliament, as it stood, dec. 31, 1731,
and dec. 31, 1732. – The second edition
– London : printed for W. James, [1733?]. –32 p : 1 tabl. dépl ; 4°
FD 2181
Use and abuses...
The Use and abuses of money...
– London : C. Harper, 1671. – 4°
FD 2262
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VANSITTART , Nicholas
An Inquiry into the state of the finances of Great Britain, in answer to Mr Morgan's Facts, by Nicholas
Vansittart
– London : J. Owen, 1796. – 8°
FD 372
VAUBAN , Sébastien LE PRESTRE , marquis de
A Project for a royal tythe : or, general tax ; which, by suppressing all the ancient funds and later projects for
raising the publick revenues, and for ever abolishing all exemptions, unequal assessments, and all rigorous
and oppressive distraining on the people, will furnish the government a fixt and certain revenue, sufficient
for all ists exigencies and occasions, without oppressing the subjects. By the famous monsieur Vauban,
marshal of France
– London : printed by John Matthews, for George Strahan ... and R. Burrough, 1708. – [14], XVIII, 176,
[24] p. : 4 tabl. dépl. ; 8°
FD 2073
VAUGHAN , Benjamin
New and old principles of trade compared : or a Treatise on the principles of commerce between nations ...
– London : for J. Johnson and J. Debrett, 1788. –8°
FD 2002
VAUGHAN , Rice
Discourse of coin and coinage : the first invention, use, mater, forms, proportions and differences, ancient &
modern : with the advantages and disavantages of the rise or fall thereof, in our own or neighbouring
nations : and the reasons. Together with a short account of our common law therein. As also tables of the
value of all sorts of pearls, diamonds, gold, silver, and other metals. By Rice Vaughan, late of Grayes-Inn,
esq.
– London : printed by Th. Dawks for Th. Basset, 1675. –[12], 248, [4] p. ; 12°
FD 451
VERNEY, Robert
Englands interest : or the great benefit to trade, by banks or offices of credit in London, etc., as it has been
considered and agreed upon by a Committee of Aldermen and Commons, thereunto appointed, by the
Right Honourable, the Lord Major, Aldermen and Commons, in Common-Council assembled.
– London : J. Gain, 1682. – 4°
FD 2298
VERRI, Pietro
DIGNAN , D. Browne, trad.
Essai sur les principes politiques de l'économie publique
– Londres : A. Grant, 1776. –8°
(An adaptation of the French translation of Meditazioni sulla economia politica by Count Pietro Verri)
FD 454
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VICKARIS , A.
An essay for regulating of the coyn... The second edition : with an additional proposition for the regulating
the coyn. By A.V. merchant
– London: printed for Richard Cumberland... MDCXCVI. – [6], 9-10, 3-30 p. ; 8°
(Catalogue of the Goldsmith's'library of economic literature, n 3357)
FD 2287
An essay, for regulating of the coyn... By A.V.
– London: printed by James O. for Richard Cumberland... MDCXCVI. –[4], 28 p. ; 8°
(Catalogue of the Goldsmiths' library of economic literature, n 3356)
FD 2382
View...
A View of the present state of Ireland ...
– London : R. Faulder, 1780. – 8°
FD 1990
VIVANT de MEZAGUE
A general view of England : respecting its policy, trade, commerce, taxes, debts, produce of lands, colonies,
manners, etc : argumentativelly stated, from the year 1600 to 1762, in a letter to A.M.L.C.D
– London : J. Robson, 1766. –8°
FD 2484
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WADE , Edward
A Proposal for improving and adorning the Island of Great Britain for the maintenance of our navy and
shipping, for the employment and perpetual relief of our poor... by parochial plantations of timber, and
other trees... throughout the Kingdom
– London : R. and J. Dodsley, 1755. – 4°
FD 185
WAGSTAFFE, William, 1685-1725
The State and condition of our taxes, considered or, a proposal for a fax upon funds shewing, the justice,
usefulnese, and necessity, of such a tax, in respect to our trading and landed interest, and especially if we
engage in a new war. With some directions to the freeholders of Great Britain, concerning the choice of the
next Parliament. By a free-holder
– London : J. Morphew, 1714. –8°
FD 2085
WALLACE , Thomas
An Essay on the manufactures of Ireland...
– Dublin : Campbell and Shea, 1798. – 8°
FD 2013
WALPOLE , Robert
A Short history of the Parliament...
– London, printed for T. Warner, near Ludgate, 1713. – [12], 36 p. ; 8°
FD 374/11
Some considerations concerning the publick funds, the publick revenues, and the annual supplies, granted by
Parliament. Occasion'd by a late pamphlet, intitled, An Enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs,
from the year 1721, to Cristmas 1733. The second edition
– London : printed for J. Roberts, 1735. – 110 p. ; 8°
FD 3971
WARNER , Ferdinando
Memoirs of the life of sir Thomas More... to which is added, his History of utopia translated into English...
– London : L. Davis and C. Reymers, 1758. – 8°
FD 2454
Weaver's Letter
The Weaver's Letter to the tradesmen and manufacturers of Ireland [on the subject of the rejection of the Bill
for the payment of the national debt of Ireland]
– Dublin : [s.n.], 1754. – 8°
FD 387
WEBB , Daniel
An essay presented ; or a method humbly proposed, to the consideration of the Honourable the Members of
both Houses of Parliament : by an english woolen manufacturer, to pay the national debts, whitout a new
tax. to inlarge trade in general, by reviving and securing for time to come, the British woolen exportation
trade, and preventing the running of brandy, tea, &c. in ; and to improve all waste uncultivated lands within
his Majesty's British dominions.
– London : printed for J. Robinson, 1744. – 45 p. ; 8°
FD 2366
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WEBBER , Samuel
A Short account of the state of our woollen manufacturies, from the Peace of Ryswick to this time... to which
is added, an effectual scheme to prevent the exportation of our wool, by an universal Registry
– Dublin : E. Jones, 1740. – 12°
FD 2197
WEST , Edward
Price of corn and wages of labour, with observations upon Dr. Smith's, Mr. Ricardo's, and Mr. Malthus's
doctrines upon those subjects; and an attempt at an exposition of the causes of the fluctuation of the price
of corn during the last thirty years. By sir Edward West, late fellow of University College, Oxford, and
author of "An Essay on the application of capital to land."
– London : John Hatchard and son, Piccadilly.1826. – VIII, 150, [2]p. ; 22 cm
FD 576/06
WEYLAND , John
The Principles of population and production, as they are affected by the progress of society : with a view to
moral and political consequences
– London : Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, 1816. –23 cm
FD 1053
WHATELY, Richard
Introductory lectures on political economy...
– London : B. Fellowes, 1831. - 8°
FD 2025
WHATLEY , George
Principles of trade : fredom and protection are its best suport : industry, the only means to render
manufactures cheap : of coins, exchange, and bountys, particularly the bounty on corn by a well-wisher to
his king and country ; with an apendix containing reflections on gold, silver, and paper pasing as mony.
2nd ed. cor. and enl.
– London : Brotherton and Sewell, 1774. – 2 part. in 1 vol. ; 8°
FD 1920
WHISTON , James
England's calamities discover'd : with the proper remedy to restore her ancient grandeur and policy. Humbly
presented by James Whiston
– London : J. Fox : R. Clavel : T. Minton, 1696. – 4°
FD 2427
WHITMORE , William Wolryche
A Letter to the electors of Bridgnorth, upon the corn laws. By W.W. Whitmore, esq. M.P. Second edition
– William Blackwood, Edinburgh: and T. Cadell, Strand, London. M.DCCC.XXVI. (London : printed by
A. & R. Spottiswoode, New-Street-square). – 84 p. ; 22 cm
FD 576/04
A Letter on the present state and future prospects of agriculture. Addressed to the agriculturists of the county
of Salop. By W.W. Whitmore, esq. M.P. The second edition, with some additions
– London: printed for J. Hatchard and son, 187, Piccadilly. 1823. ([S.] Gosnell, printer, Little Queen street,
London). – 111, [1]p. ; 22 cm
FD 576/03
WITHERS , John
The Dutch better friends than the French, to the Monarchy, Church, and Trade of England. In a letter from a
citizen to a country gentleman. [By John Withers.] The Second edition
– London : J. Clark, 1713. – 8°
FD 2089
96
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FD 2095
WOOD, John Philip
Memoirs of the life of John Law of Lauriston, including a detailed account of the rise, progress, and
termination of the Missisippi [sic] system... / by John Philip Wood, esq..
– Edinburgh : printed for Adam Black ; London : and Longman and co., 1824 (printed by A. Balfour and
co.). - [4], 234, [2] p. : portr. front. ; 17 cm
FD 2023
WOOD , William
A Survey of trade. In four parts. I. The great advantages of trade in general, and the particular influence of it
on Great-Britain. II. The marks of a beneficial trade, and the nature of our commerce in its several
branches; with an examination of some notions generally received of the prejudices we suffer by other
nations in trade. III. The great advantages of our colonies and plantations to Great-Britain, and our interest
in preserving and encouraging them; and how they may be further improved. IV. Some considerations on
the disadvantages our trade at present labours under, and for the recovery and enlargement of it. Together
with Considerations on our money and bullion. Its exportation discuss'd. Scarcity of silver coin accounted
for. The means of procuring a plenty and free circulation of both species
– London : printed by W. Wilkins, for W. Hinchliffe, 1718. – XIV, [2], 373, [1] p. ; in-8
FD 380
WOODFALL, William
An Impartial sketch of the debate in the House of commons of Ireland, on a motion made on friday, august
12, 1785, by the Rt. hon. Thomas Orde, secretary to the Rt. hon. Charles Manners, duke of Rutland, lord
lieutenant, for leave to bring in a bill for effectuating the intercourse and commerce between Great Britain
and Ireland, on permanent and equitable principles, for the mutual benefit of both countries. Together with
and impartial sketch of the principal speeches on the subject of the bill... With a copy of the bill... By
William Woodfall
– Dublin : printed for Luke White, [1785]. – [2], II, 200, 24 p. ; in-8
FD 2000
WOODWARD, Richard
An Argument in support of the right of the poor in the kingdom of Ireland, to a national provision; in the
appendix to which, an attempt is made to settle a measure of the contribution due from each man to the poor,
on the footing of justice. By Richard Woodward, L.L.D. dean of Clogher...
– Dublin : printed by and for S. Powell, 1768. – 55, [1] p. ; 8°
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YARRANTON , Andrew
England's improvement by sea and land
– London : printed by R. Everingham for the Author, and are to be sold by T. Parkhurst... and N. Simmons
[puis] to be sold by Tho. Parkhurst, 1677-1698. – 2 vol., [20], 195, [1] ; [4], 212 p. : [8] 7 pl. dépl. gr. s.c. ; 4°
(Contient : The first part.: To out do the Dutch without fighting . The second part. Containing I. An account
of its scituation, and the growths, and manufactures thereof...)
FD 2255
FD 2258
YOUNG , Arthur
Arithmétique politique,... Ouvrage traduit de l'anglois, par M. Freville, tome premier[-second]
– A La Haye ; [Paris ?] : chez Pierre-Frederic Gosse, 1775. – 2 vol., [10], 464 ; [2], 519, [1] p. ; in-8. (Trad.
par Anne François Joachim Fréville. – Contient : Titres complets 1 : Arithmétique politique, addressée aux
sociétés oeconomiques établies en Europe, par M. Young, ouvrage traduit de l'anglois . Tome 2 :
Arithmétique politique, contenant un Traité sur l'utilité des grandes fermes & des riches fermiers, & l'état
présent de l'agriculture des Isles britanniques [par John Arbuthnot, of Mitcham]. Ouvrage traduit de
l'anglois... - Ce dernier texte est suivi de l'Essai sur l'état présent de l'agriculture des Isles britanniques qui
est le 3e des Political essays concerning the present state of the British empire, de Young. - Ed. à Paris
selon Copac)
FD 1029
Le Cultivateur anglois, ou Oeuvres choisies d'agriculture, et d'économie rurale et politique, d'Arthur Young ;
traduit de l'anglois par les CC. Lamarre, Benoist et Billecocq ; avec des notes par le citoyen Delalauze,
coopérateur du Cours d'agriculture de l'abbé Rozier. Avec des planches en taille douce. Tome premier[-dixhuitième]
– A Paris, chez Maradan, libraire, rue Pavée Saint-André-des-Arcs, n. 16. IX. 1800 [-1801]. – 18 tomes ;
in-8. (Trad. par Pierre Vincent, comte Benoist, Jean-Baptiste Louis Billecocq et Pierre Bernard de La Mare
; notes par l'abbé C.F.A de La Lauze. - Pl. gr. signées "P.F. [= Antoine François] Tardieu", sauf les 2 cartes
du t. 17, non signées)
FD 554
Political arithmetic. Containing observations, on the present state of Great ; Britain and the principles of her
policy in the encouragement of agriculture. Addressed to the oeconomical societies established in Europe.
To which is added, a Memoir on the corn trade : drawn up and laid before the commissioners of the
Treasury. By Governor Pownall. By Arthur Young, Esq. F.R.S. Author of the Tours through England...
– London : printed for W. Nicoll, 1774. – XII, [4], 366, [2] p. ; in-8. (Le texte de Thomas Pownall, Memoir
on the corn trade, est aux p. 303-311)
FD 1915
Political arithmetick. Part II. Containing considerations on the means of raising the supplies within the year.
Occasioned by Mr. Pulteney's Pamphlet on that subject. By Arthur Young, esq. F.R.S.
– London : printed for T. Cadell, 1779. –[2], 78, [2] p. ; 8°
FD 1939
Voyages en France, pendant les années 1787-88-89 et 90, entrepris plus particulièrement pour s'assurer de
l'état de l'agriculture, des richesses, des ressources et de la prospérité de cette nation ; par Arthur Young,
écuyer F.R.S... Traduit de l'anglais par F.S. Avec des notes et observations par M. de Casaux, et des cartes
géographiques de la navigation et du climat. Tome premier[-troisième]
– A Paris : chez Buisson, 1793, l'an second de la République. –3 vol., 16, VIII, 468 ; [4], 498 ; [4], 416 p. :
2 cartes dépl. ; in-8. (Trad. par François Soulès ; annoté par Charles, marquis de Casaux ; un avis du
libraire, t. 3, p. 391 indique que Casaux, malade, n'a pas donné les annot. annoncées)
FD 550
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YOUNG , Arthur, suite
Voyage en Irlande, par Arthur Young ; contenant des observations sur l'étendue de ce pays, le sol, le climat,
les productions, les différentes classes d'habitans, les moeurs, la religion, le commerce, les manufactures, la
population, les revenus, les taxes, le gouvernement, etc. etc. etc. etc. Traduit de l'anglais, par C. Millon... et
suivi de Recherches sur l'Irlande par le traducteur. Avec gravures. Tome premier[-second]
– A Paris : chez Moutardier : Cerioux, [an VIII (1799-1800)]. – 2 vol. ; [2], 368 ; [2], 561 [i.e. 366] p. : [2]
pl. gr. s. c. [dans le t. 1] ; in-8. (Trad. par Charles Millon, professeur de philosophie à la Faculté des lettres
de Paris. Les Recherches sur l'Irlande de Millon sont aux p. 83-354 du t. 2. Pl. gravées par Jean-Baptiste
Bigant)
FD 549
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