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20 December 2006

Devon 1705-1709

Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 6

Books with Devon imprints: a handlist to 1800. 1705-1709

1705. FREKE, Francis. A thanksgiving-sermon for the late glorious success in forcing the enemies lines in the Spanish Netherlands, by the arms of Her Majesty and her allies, and for other signal victories granted to Her Majesty, under the command of the Duke of Marlborough, Captain-General of Her Majesties land-forces. Humbly dedicated to His Grace. Preached in the parish-church of Loddeswell, by Francis Freke, M.A., vicar of Loddeswell, in Devon. - Exon : Printed by S.Farley and J.Bliss for Philip Bishop, bookseller, in the High-Street , 1705. - [6],23,[1]p ; 4°. - *WSL; Dredge p.95 (T.N.Brushfield); DUL 27980.

1705. GILLING, Isaac. A sermon preach'd at Lyme Regis in the county of Dorset, at a quarterly lecture, appointed for promoting the reformation of manners ... By Isaac Gilling, ... - Exon : Printed by S.Farley, and to be sold by Philip Bishop, Exon, and John Lawrence, London , 1705. - 44p ; 8°. - *ESTC t121008.

1706. EXETER. Carriers. Sir, The charge of horse-meat on the road being twice as much as heretofore, and hath occasioned almost the ruin of us ... - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , 1706. - 1/4°. - Verso blank. - Dated: Exeter the 4th of Febr. 1705. - Signed: Richard Brookes and six other carriers. - *DRO.

1706. GILLING, Isaac. Drawing near to God. A sermon preaced at the young men's lecture in Exon, January 17th, 1706. Published at the request of the young men. By Isaac Gilling. - Exon : [s.n.] , 1706. - Plymouth Athenaeum p.40.

1706. WALKER, John. Honoured Mr. Archdeacon, This renews the request which I made to you last year, concerning collecting the account of the names and sufferings of the sequestered clergy in the late times of the Great rebellion. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1706]. - [2]p ; 1/2°. - Circular letter signed and dated: John Walker, St. Mary's in Exon, March 1, 1706. - *ESTC 036643; AUC 269W8; Bodl. ms. Rawlinson J 4to 2 fo. 10b (which also includes as fo 11 a subscription appeal for Walker's Collections. Subscriptions to be taken by Bishop, Exeter, Smithurst, Plymouth etc.).

1707. AGATE, John. A reply to a pamphlet, intituled. A true and impartial account of what occurr'd at the late conference in Exon. By John Agate, M.A. ... - Exon : Printed by Sam Farley and Jos. Bliss , 1707. - 80p ; 4°. - ESTC t087550; *Dredge p.64 (James G.Commin); Davidson supp. p.17; Plymouth Athenaeum p.49; Plymouth Public Library L3985.

1707. BOYSE, Christopher. The certainty and necessity of Our Lord's resurrection from the dead: set forth in a sermon preached on Easter-Day, April the 13th 1707. By Christopher Boyse, rector of Sherwell in the county of Devon. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley and Jos. Bliss for Edward Score over against the Guildhall , 1707. - 32p ; 4°. - *Bodl. G.Pamph 2323 (16); Burnet Morris; AUC3379B1.

1707. ELYS, Edmund. The quiet soul : or, the peace and tranquillity of a christian's estate. Set forth in two sermons. - [Exeter] : Printed at Oxford in the year 1659. And reprinted at Exon by Sam. Farley and Jos Bliss , 1707. - [6],18p ; 8°. - *ESTC t009037.

1707. ELYS, Edmund. To the laity-conformists in Exeter. Jan. 23. 1706. - [Exeter?] : [S.Farley?] , [1707]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - On the character of dissenters. - Signed at end: Edmund Elys. - *WSL.

1707. LACY, Benjamin. A sermon preach'd before the Right Worshipped the Mayor, and aldermen of the city of Exon, at St. John's Chapel the 31th [sic] of December, being the day appointed for public thanksgiving, ... By B.Lacy. ... - Exon : Printed by S.Farley and J.Bliss for Charles Yeo , 1707. - [4],26p ; 4°. - *ESTC t011998.

1707. MUSGRAVE, William. De arthritide anomala, sive interna, dissertatio. Auctore Guilhelmo Musgrave, med. doct. inclyti Medicorum Londinensium Collegii, & Regiae Societatis socio. ... - Exoniae : Typis S.Farley, & J.Bliss ; sumptibus Philippi Bishop. Londini quoque veneunt , 1707. - [36],479,[21]p ; 8°. - ESTC; WSL; DUL 49030; *Dredge p.64 (C.Elkin Matthews); Plymouth Public Library L5056.

1707. WALROND, John. The dignity of the ministry. A sermon preached at Exon, May 7, 1707 before an assembly of the United Ministers of Devon and Cornwall. By J.W., minister of the gospel. - London : Printed for Jonathan Robinson at the Golden-Lyon in St. Paul's Church-yard, and are to be sold by Philip Bishop, bookseller in Exon , 1707. - [10],37[i.e.47],[1]p ; 8°. Pages 43-47 misnumbered. - *Dredge p.14 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); ESTC t031857.

1707. WITHERS, John. A defence of the True and impartial account of what occurr'd at the late conference in Exon, and the dissenters vindicated from Mr. Agate's false accusations, in his Reply to the said Account. By John Withers. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley and Jos. Bliss, and sold by the booksellers of the said city , 1707. - [4],128p ; 8°. - ESTC t032287; *WSL; Dredge p.14 (Devon and Exeter Institution); Plymouth Athenaeum p.49.

1707. WITHERS, John. A true and impartial account of what occurred at the late conference in Exon. Publish'd to prevent misrepresentations. By John Withers. - The second edition. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley and Jos. Bliss , 1707. - 22p ; 8°.- *WSL; Dredge p.14 (Devon and Exeter Institution); Davidson supp. p.17; Plymouth Athenaeum p.49.

1708. AGATE, John. An expostulatory letter to Mr. Withers : containing,some previous remarks on his Truth try'd. - Exon : printed by Joseph Bliss, and sold by the booksellers in Exon , 1708. [2],26p ; 8° - *ESTC t033885.

1708. AGATE, John. The plain truth : or, an answer to Mr. Withers his defence. Part I. By John Agate, M.A.. - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss, and sold by the booksellers in Exon , 1708. - [4],144p ; 8°. - ESTC t042384-5; *WSL; DUL 400; Dredge p.15; Plymouth Athenaeum p.49; Term catalogues Easter & Trinity 1708 iii,589 (sold by Benjamin Tooke).

1708. AGATE, John. The plain truth. ... Part II. By John Agate, M.A. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, and sold by the booksellers in Exon , 1708. - [2],pp.145-268 ; 8°. - ESTC; WSL; DUL 400; *Dredge p.15; Term catalogues Michaelmas 1708 & Hilary 1709 iii,604 (sold by Benjamin Tooke).

1708. AGATE, John. The plain truth ... The third and last part. By John Agate, M.A. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, and sold by the booksellers in Exon , 1708. - [2],pp.269-361,[2],24,[8]p ; 8°. - ESTC; *WSL; DUL 400; Dredge p.15; Term catalogues Michaelmas 1708 & Hilary 1709 iii,604 (sold by Benjamin Tooke).

1708. BLACKALL, Offspring. The rules and measures of alms-giving, and the manifold advantages of charity schools. A sermon preach'd at St. Peter's in Exeter, September the 26th, 1708. First preach'd, and now printed, to promote the setting up of charity schools, for the instruction and education of the children of the poor in that city, and other paces in the diocess. By Offspring, Lord Bishop of Exon. To which is added, his letter to the clergy of his diocess, upon the same subject. - Exon : printed by Sam. Farley, for Phil. Bishop , 1708. - 32p ; 4°. - *WSL; Dredge p.42; Plymouth Athenaeum p.50; Plymouth Public Library L2897; DUL 4764; Devon & Exeter Institution, appendix, p. 127.

1708. EDGLEY, Thomas. A sermon on deliverance from invasion. - Exon : Jos. Bliss , 1708. - *Burnet Morris.

1708. GILLING, Isaac. The qualifications and duties of ministers. A sermon preach'd at Taunton, May the 27th, 1708. Before an assembly of the united ministers of Somerset and Devon. Publish'd at the request of the assembly. By Isaac Gilling. ... - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, sold by the booksellers of Exon, and Henry Chalklin in Taunton , 1708. - 36p ; 8°. - ESTC; *WSL; Dredge p.95-6 (Manchester Free Lib.).

1708. HYDE, Michael. A letter to Mr. John Agate, master of arts, touching the mistake of the text, to that discourse, wherein the charg'd the dissenting teachers with taking as much pains to damn souls, as our Saviour did to save them. By Michael Hyde. - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss, at the new printing-house in the Exchange , 1708 - 16p ; 8°. - *WSL; DUL 37850.

1708. SMITH, Humfry. The divine authority, and usefulness, of ecclesiastical censures, asserted. In a sermon, preach'd at Totnes, in Devon, May the 17th, 1708 at the visitation of ... Dr. Francis Atterbury, ... By Humfry Smith, ... - Exon : printed by Sam. Farley, for M. and Philip Yeo , 1708. 35,[1]p ; 4°. - *ESTC t010698; Plymouth Athenaeum p.39; Plymouth Public Library L2928; DUL 66610.

1708. WITHERS, John. Truth try'd : or, Mr. Agate's pretended plain-truth proved an untruth : in which his false stories and unfair quotations are detected; his charges of Jesuitism and Donatism against the dissenters is retorted and their agreement with all foreign Protestants in point of ordination is further manifested. By John Withers. ... - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss in the Exchange, and sold by the booksellers of Exon , 1708. - [4],80p ; 8°. - ESTC t051973; *WSL; DUL 79150; Dredge p.64 (Bodleian); Plymouth Public Library L3670; Term catalogues Michaelmas 1708 & Hilary 1709 iii,610 (Sold by Jonathan Robinson in St. Paul's Churchyard).

1709. AGATE, John. More plain truth, in answer to Mr. Tross's vindication. ... By John Agate, M.A. - Exon : Printed by J.Bliss, for Philip Bishop, bookseller, in the Forestreet , 1709. - 39,[1]p ; 8°. - *WSL; DUL 390; Dredge p.15; DUL 390.

1709. DAGGE, Jonathan. Ad magistratum. A sermon preached at the assizes, held for the county of Cornwall, at Launceston, March the 31st, 1709. By Jonathan Dagge, rector of Endellion. ... - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, for M. and Phil. Yeo, booksellers in the High Street , [1709]. - 22p ; 4°. - ESTC t012024; *Dredge p.15 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia).

1709. EXETER. Diocese. Articles of visitation and enquiry concerning matters ecclesiastical, exhibited by the ministers, churchwardens, and side-men, of every parish, within the diocess of Exeter, at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, Ofspring, by divine permission, Lord Bishop of Exeter. In the year of our Lord 1709. - Exon : printed by Sam. Farley, for Philip Bishop, bookseller in the High Street , 1709. - 19p ; 4°. - *Dredge p.15; Davidson p.98; DUL 4752.

1709. FAIRLOVE, Ichabod. A true plan of the city of Excester Anno Domini MDCCIX. Ichd: Fairlove surveyd Io: Coles sculp: - [Exeter] : Sold by Edward Score bookseller over agst: the Guildhall , [1709]. - 1 sheet ; 1°. - *WSL.

1709. GWIN, T. A faithful and loving warning to all people to turn to the Lord while their day of salvation lasts. Chiefly intended for the inhabitants of the town of Falmouth. By T.Gwin. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, over against the New Inn , 1709. - 8°. - *Dredge p.15 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia).

1709. JOS. BLISS'S Exeter post-boy containing an impartial collection of the most material news, both foreign and domestick. - Exon : Printed by Joseph Bliss, at the Exchange-Coffee-House, in St Peters Churchyard , [1709?]. - Published from April [?] 1709 to at least 1711. Information from issue 211 (4 May 1711). Possibly continued as Protestant mercury. - Wiles 43.

1709. ROBERTS, William. The divine institution of the gospel ministry, and the necessity of episcopal ordination, asserted, in a sermon preach'd at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God Ofspring Lord Bishop of Exon, held at Okehampton, August the 19th,1709. By William Roberts, rector of Jacobstow, in the county of Devon. - Exon : Printed by Sam. Farley, for Philip Bishop, bookseller in the High-street , 1709. - [6],29,[1]p ; 4°. ESTC t014073; *Dredge p.16; DUL 61560.

1709. TROSSE, George. Mr. Trosse's vindication of himself from several aspersions cast upon him. - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss , 1709. - 8°. - *Dredge p.15.

1709. WITHERS, John. An answer to Mr. Agate's expostulatory letter. By John Withers. To which is added, Mr. Tross's vindication of himself, from several aspersions cast upon him in the pamphlet falsly called Plain truth. ... - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss, and sold by the booksellers of Exon , 1709. - 24p ; 4°. - ESTC t102162; *Dredge p.96 (British Museum).

1709. WITHERS, John. Truth try'd : or Mr. Agate's pretended plain-truth proved an untruth : in which, his false stories and unfair quotations are further detected ; the dissenters vindicated from the charge of rebellion and irreligion ; and the first authors of the late war against King Charles, proved, from the Lord Clarendon's history, to be churchmen. Part II. By John Withers. - Exon : Printed by Jos. Bliss in the Exchange, and sold by the booksellers of Exon , 1709. - 87,[1]p ; 8°. - ESTC t051974; *WSL; Dredge p.15 (Devon and Exeter Institution).