Becket, Thomas, 17..-1817?
Becket, Thomas fl. 1760-1815
Becket, Thomas, fl. 1760-1798
Becket, Thomas (?-1815)
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|The child of nature, improved by chance : A philosophical novel|
|The Companion to the play-house: or an Historical account of all the dramatic writers (and their works) that have appeared in Great Britain and Ireland, from the commencement of our theatrical exhibitions, down to the present year 1764. Composed in the form of a dictionary.|
|comparative statement of the two bills, for the better government of the British possessions in India, brought into Parliament by Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt. With explanatory observations. By R. B. Sheridan, Esq. The fourth edition.|
|Concise vocabulary of the language of Otahitee|
|Critical observations on the art of dancing : to which is added, A collection of cotillons or French dances|
|A descriptive plan of the new opera house with the names of the subscribers to each box taken from the theatre itself by a lady of fashion.|
|Dialogues between a pupil of the late John Hunter and Jessé Foot, including passages in Darwin's zoonomia|
|A dict. of the printers and booksellers ... 1726 to 1775, 1932:|
|Eloisa : or, a series of original letters collected and published by J. J. Rousseau. Translated from the French. Volume I [-IV]. The third edition..|
|espion d'une nouvelle espèce, tant en France qu'en Angleterre|
|The fair Quaker: or : the humours of the navy. Formerly written by Mr. Charles Shadwell, and now alter'd with great additions and a new character|
|Festivous notes on the history and adventures of the renowned Don Quixote. First published by Edmund Gayton, esq; in the year 1654. Revised, with corrections, alterations, and additions ; and adpted to the modern translations of that celebrated work. To which is added, a copious index, by the editor..|
|Fingal, an ancient epic poem, in six books : together with several other poems, composed by Ossian the son of Fingal. Translated from the Galic language by James Macpherson. The second edition.|
|Le guide du tapissier, de l'ébéniste, et de tous ceux qui travaillent en meubles ; comme aussi celui des honnêtes-gens qui en font faire : ouvrage qui consiste en un ample recueil de desseins des meubles les plus utiles & les plus élégans, dans le gout gothique, chinois & moderne [...] Par Thomas Chippendale, tapissier & ebeniste, dans St. Martin's Lane. Troisième édition. Revue & considérablement augmentée par l'Auteur..|
|An historical and critical account of the life of Oliver Cromwell... After the manner of Mr. Bayle. Drawn from original writers and state-papers. To which is added an appendix of original papers. The second edition. By William Harris..|
|The history of English poetry, from the close of the eleventh to the commencement of the eighteenth century. To which are prefixed two dissertations. I. On the origin of romantic fiction in Europe. II. On the introduction of learning into England... Vol. I.-[III.] By Thomas Warton,....|
|history of the British dominions in North America: from the first discovery of that vast continent by Sebastian Cabot in 1497, to its present glorious establishment as confirmed by the late treaty of peace in 1763. In fourteen books|
|L'espion chinois: ou l'envoye secret de la cour de Pekin, pour examiner l'etat présent de l'Europe. Traduit du chinois. Tome premier [-sixieme].|
|Letters of the Right Honourable Lady M---y W----y M-----e : written during her travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa, to persons of distinction, men of letters, &c. in different parts of Europe : which contain among other curious relations, accounts of the policy and manners of the Turks : drawn from sources that have been inaccessible to other travellers.|
|<The >life of John Hunter|
|The London book trades, 1775-1800, 1977:|
|Love and innocence : a pastoral serenata as performed at Marybone-Gardens|
|The man of business, a comedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. By George Colman..|
|Mémoires littéraires de la Grande Bretagne, pour l'an 1767.|
|[Neck or nothing : A Farce, in two acts. As it is performed at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane].|
|Note of hand|
|Observations on the nature, causes, and cure of those disorders which have been commonly called nervous, hypochondriac, or hysteric to which are prefixed some remarks on the sympathy of the nerves|
|Oeconomical and Medical Observations, In Two Parts. From the Year 1758 to the Year 1763, inclusive : Tending To The Improvement of Military Hospitals, And To The Cure of Camp Diseases, incident to Soldiers ; To which is subjoined, An Appendix, Containing A curious Account of the Climate and Diseases in Africa, upon the Great River Senegal, and farther up than the Island of Senegal. In a Letter from Mr. Boone ... to Dr. Brocklesby. By Richard Brocklesby, Physician to the Army, Fellow of the College of Physicians, and of the Royal Society at London.|
|Pharmacopoeia Medici auctore Joanne Berkenhout, M.D.|
|The pleadings of the counsel before the House of Lords, in the great cause concerning literary property : together with the opinions of the learned judges on the common law copy right of authors and booksellers : to which are added, the speeches of the noble lords, who spoke for and against reversing the decree of the Court of Chancery.|
|A political survey of Britain : being a series of reflections on the situation, lands, inhabitants, revenues, colonies, and commerce of this island : intended to shew that we have not as yet approached near the summit of improvement, but that it will afford employment to many generations before they push to their utmost extent the natural advantages of Great Britain. In two volumes. By John Campbell, L. L. D. Vol. I [-II]..|
|Present State of Great Britain and North America, with regard to agriculture, population, trade, and manufactures, impartially considered: containing a particular account of the dearth and scarcity of the necessaries of life in England...|
|present state of music in Germany, the Netherland and United Provinces . Or, the Journal of a tour through those countries, undertaken to collect materials for a general history of music. By Charles Burney... In two volumes. Vol. I [-Vol. II]. The second edition, corrected|
|Recruiting officer. A comedy. Written by Mr. Farquhar. Marked with the variations in the manager's book, at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane|
|The rise, progress and present state of the northern governments, viz. the United Provinces, Denmark, Sweden, Russia and Poland : or observations on the nature, constitution, religion, laws, policy, customs and commerce of each government, the manners and dispositions of the people, their military forces by land and sea, the revenues and resources of each power and on the circumstances and conjunctures which have contributed to produce the various revolutions which have happened in them, the whole digested from the most authentic records and histories and from the reflections and remarks made during a tour of five years through these nations|
|A sentimental journey through France and Italy|
|Thesaurus dissertationum, programmatum, aliorumque opusculorum selectissimorum, ad omnem medicinæ ambitum pertinentium. Collegit, edidit, et necessarios indices adjunxit Eduardus Sandifort, medicinæ doctor ... volumen primum [-tertium] cum tabulis æneis.|
|Three essays or Discourses on the following subjects a defence or vindication of the women, church music : a comparison between antient and modern music|
|Traité anatomique de la chenille, qui ronge le bois de saule|
|Travels through Portugal and Spain in 1772 and 1773|
|A treatise on the disorders and deformities of the teeth and gums : explaining the most rational methods of treating their diseases. Illustrated with cases and experiments. By Thomas Berdmore, Member of the Surgeons Company, and Dentist in Ordinary to his Majesty. A new edition with additions..|
|Trip to Newmarket|
|The trip to Portsmouth : a comic sketch of one act, with songs.|
|Virtuosa o sia Il carnovale di Venezia|
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