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22 December 2006

Devon 1787-1789

Exeter Working Papers in British Book Trade History; 6
Books with Devon imprints: a handlist to 1800. 1787-1789

1787. ACLAND, John. A bill for the more effectual relief of the poor and ascertaining the settlement of bastard children. To which are added, by John Acland, clerk, such explanations, answers, and amendments, as the objections which have hitherto come to his knowledge appear to require. - Exeter : Printed and sold by E.Thorn. Sold also by G.G.J. and J.Robinson, Paternoster-Row, Messrs. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church Yard, and T.Cadell, in the Strand, London; and by all other booksellers , 1787. - 8°. - *Dredge p.73 (Penzance Lib.).

1787. BRETLAND, Joseph. A second appendix to a sermon preached before an assembly of Protestant dissenting ministers in Exeter: occasioned by the Rev. William Lamport's sermons on preaching Christ crucified, and addressed to the ministers, before whom he preached the substance of them. By Joseph Bretland. ... - Exeter : Printed for the author; sold by J.Johnson, no. 72, in St. Paul's Church-yard, London, and R.Trewman and the author, in Exeter , 1787. - 18p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.74 (Plymouth Free Lib.).

1787. CHARACTER and dying behaviour of William Fitzgerald executed at Maudlin-gallows Exeter January 24. 1787. - Exeter : Printed by T.Brice opposite the Elephant Inn, North Street , [1787]. - 1 sheet. - *Burnet Morris (W.H.Stone collection).

1787. EXETER. Diocese. Supplement to Thesaurus ecclesiasticus provincialis; or a survey of the diocese of Exeter;. presented to the purchasers of that work. - Exeter : Printed by R.Thorn , 1787. - 7,[1]p ; 4°. - *WSL.

1787. The EXETER pocket journal; or, West-Country gentleman and tradesman's memorandum book. For the year of our Lord, 1788. - Exeter : Printed and sold by E.Thorn, in Fore-Street. Sold also by all other booksellers , [1787]. - viii,54,[28]p ; 8°. - *WSL.

1787. INSTRUCTIONS for merchants, ship-owners, ship-masters &c. Extracted and digested from the navigation, the manifest, Newfoundland and wine acts of Parliament, passed last year, and from the smuggling act, passed 1784. By a merchant. Second edition. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by M.Haydon and Son; sold also by R.Trewman, Exeter; R.Goadby and Co., Sherborne; T.Lockett, Dorchester; B.Law, Ave-Maria-Lane, R.Faulder, New Bond-Street, and Mount and Page, Tower-Hill, London , 1787. - [2],21,[3]p ; 4°. - *Dredge p.116 (British Museum); ESTC t066569.

1787. MIGNOT, Vincent. The history of the Turkish, or Ottoman Empire, from its foundation in 1300, to the peace of Belgrade in 1740. Translated from the French of Mignot, by A.Hawkins. - Exeter : Printed and sold by R.Thorn. Sold also by J.Stockdale, and Messrs. Scatcherd and Whitaker, London , 1787. - 4 vol ; 8°. - Translation of: Histoire de l'Empire Ottoman. - *ESTC t116399.

1787. MOORE, William. Grace abounding, exemplified in a narrative, of some part of the life, christian experience, and ... of Mrs Joan Moore, deceased Sept., 1786. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1787. - 8°. - *Burnet Morris.

1787. ROSKILL, Thomas. A sermon preached on the establishment of a Sunday School in the parishes of Awliscombe and Buckerel. By Thomas Roskill, A.B., vicar of Awliscombe. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1787. - Davidson supp. p.57n (Secktor Lib); Plymouth Institution p.13.

1787. SIMCOE, John Graves. Journal of the Queen's Rangers ... 1777. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1787. - 4°.

1787. SPRY, Edward. The holy and sacred masonic service, &c; for St. John's ... festival (in the year of masonry, 5787; of Christ 1787.) By Edward Spry, ... - Plymouth-Dock : Printed and sold by E.Hoxland , [1787]. - 16p ; 8°. - *ESTC t007268.

1787. TOWGOOD, Micaiah. A dissent from the Church of England fully justified, and proved to be the genuine and just consequence of the allegiance which is due to Jesus Christ. ... The sixth edition, with corrections and additions. By Micaiah Towgood. To which are added, the opinions of three eminent lawyers, on the question, whether an action can be maintained, against a clergyman, for refusing to admit a notorious evil-liver to the sacrament. ... - London : Printed, by J.Galabin, for J.Buckland; J.Johnson; C.Dilly; and S.Woolmer, Exeter , 1787. - xv,[1],366p ; 8°. - *ESTC t102424.

1787. TROUGHTON, Thomas. Barbarian cruelty; or, an accurate and impartial narrarive of the unparalleled sufferings and almost incredible hardships of the British captives, belonging to the Inspector privateer, Capt. Rd. Veale, during their slavery under Muley Abdallah, ... Originally published by T.Troughton, of London; now republished by Timothy Le Beau, of Exeter, his fellow-sufferer, in that dreadful captivity. - Exeter : Printed and sold (for the editor) by T.Brice opposite the Elephant-Inn, North-Street , 1787. - 260p ; 8°. - *WSL.

1787. The VERY becoming and exemplary behaviour of William Patrick, from the time of his receiving sentence to the instant of his execution, at Heavitree last Monday, ... - Exeter : Printed by T.Brice, in North-Street , [1787]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Dated at top: Exeter, April 12, 1787. - *WSL.

1788. EASTCOTT, Richard. Poetical essays by the Rev. Richard Eastcott of Exeter. - Exeter : Printed (and sold) for the author by R.Trewman, sold also by G. and T.Wilkie, London; Hazard and Cruttwell, Bath; M.Haydon and Son, Plymouth; and all other booksellers , [1788]. - iv,28p ; 4°. - Preface dated: Exeter, November 1788. - *Bod. Vet. A5 d.855.

1788. The EXETER pocket journal: or, West Country gentleman and tradesman's memorandum book [for 1789]. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1788. - *Burnet Morris.

1788. An EXMOOR scolding, in the propriety and decency of Exmoor language between two sisters: Wilmot Moreman and Thomasin Moreman; as they were spinning. Also an Exmoor courtship. The 10th edition : ... - Exeter : Printed by E.Grigg; and sold by W.Grigg , [1788]. - 47,[1]p ; 8°. - *ESTC t102778; Davidson supp. p.1; Plymouth Institution p.53.

1788. A GENUINE account of the trial of William Smith and John Richards, &c., for the murder of Philip Smith at Stoke, on the 21 July, 1787 &c. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1788. - 20,000 copies were sold around the gallows near Stoke Church. - Davidson p. 96 (N.L., P.).

1788. KENRICK, Timothy. An inquiry into the best method of communicating religious knowledge to young men. A sermon preached at Exeter, before the assembly of Protestant dissenting ministers, May 7, 1788, by Timothy Kenrick. - Exeter : Printed by E.Grigg; and sold by J.Johnson, no. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; and W.Grigg, Exeter , [1788]. - 32p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.108-9; Plymouth Institution p.62; ESTC t104382.

1788. MARSHALL, John. A sermon preached in the mayor's chapel, in Exeter, September 17th, 1788, before a society of gentlemen educated at the grammar free-school in that city. By John Marshall, M.A. - Exeter : Printed and sold by R.Trewman. Sold also by G. and T.Wilkie, London; R.Cruttwell, Bath; M.Haydon and Son, Plymouth , [1788]. - [4],iv,19,[1]p ; 4°. - *ESTC t093382; Plymouth Institution p.50.

1788. REEVE, Joseph. Practical discourses upon the perfections and wonderful works of God. By the Rev. Joseph Reeve. - Exeter : Printed and sold by E.Thorn. And at London: by J.P.Coghlan, no. 37. Duke-Street, near Grosvenor Square , 1788. - [2],v,[1],336p ; 8°. - *WSL; ESTC t109765.

1788. ROWLES, Samuel. A defence of the harmony of satisfaction and free grace in the salvation of sinners. Being a reply to the Rev. Mr. Isaac's gospel doctrine of free grace maintained. By Samuel Rowles. - Crewkerne : Printed and sold by S.Jolliffe: sold also by S.Woolmer, Exeter; and W.Ash London , [1788]. - 96p ; 8°. - Preface dated: Chard, 16 August, 1788. - *ESTC t083344.

1788. TOULMIN, Joshua. The design of the gospel history considered and improved, in a sermon. Preached at the chapel in Essex-Street, Strand, London, May 11; and at Chowbent, in Lancashire, on May 25, 1788. By Joshua Toulmin. ... - London : Printed for J.Johnson; Mr. Toulmin, Taunton; Mr. Woolmer, Exeter; and Mr. Lloyd, Bristol , 1788. - 21,[3]p ; 8°. - *ESTC t009296.

1788. TROUGHTON, Thomas. Barbarian cruelty; or, a narrative of the sufferings of British captives belonging to the Inspector privateer during their slavery under Muley Abdallah, Emperor of Fez and Morocco; from January, 1746, to their deliverance in December, 1750. With an historical account of the country, from the earliest periods. Originally published by Thomas Troughton, now republished by Timothy Le Beau. To which is subjoined, a relation of the hardships endured by the crew of the Litchfield man of war, shipwrecked on the coast of Barbary in the year 1758. - Exeter : Printed for the editor, and sold by W.Lowndes, no. 77, Fleet-street, London , 1788. - [2],285,[1]p ; 8°. - First published: London , 1751. - The Relation of the hardships written by James Southerland. - *Dredge p.74; ESTC t115061.

1788. WESTON, Stephen. An attempt to translate and explain the difficult passages in the Song of Deborah, with the assistance of Kennicott's collations, Rossi's versions, and critical conjecture. By the Rev. Stephen Weston, ... - Exeter : Printed and sold by Payne and Son, Faulder, Edwards [London] and Thorn [Exeter] , 1788. - [2],iv,5,15p ; 4°. - Cf 1785. - *ESTC t080372.

1789. BAMPFYLDE, Charles Warwick. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: Charles Warwick Bampfylde. Exeter, Oct. 30, 1789. - *D&EI: Elections p.13.

1789. BAMPFYLDE, Charles Warwick. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: Charles Warwick Bampfylde. Bampfylde-House, November 10, 1789. - Watermark: T.Chorluck. - *D&EI: Elections, p.14.

1789. BARING, John. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: John Baring. Exeter, October 30, 1789. - *D&EI: Elections, p.1.

1789. BARING, John. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: John Baring. Exeter, Saturday evening, November 7, 1789. - *D&EI: Elections, p.2.

1789. BENT, George. A sermon preached at the Mayor's chapel, in Exeter, Sept. 10th, 1789. By the Rev. George Bent. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1789. - Plymouth Institution p. 94.

1789. BENT, George. A sermon preached in the cathedral church of St. Peter, Exon, before the governors of the Devon and Exeter Hospital for the sick and lame, at their anniversary meeting, on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 1789. By the Rev. George Bent, M.A. - Exeter : [s.n.] , [1789]. - Plymouth Institution p.52.

1789. BIDLAKE, John. Slave-trade. A sermon, preached at Stonehouse Chapel, on Sunday, December 28, 1788. By John Bidlake, A.B. of Chrst Church, Oxford ... Second edition. - Plymouth : Printed by M.Haydon and Son, printers and booksellers to His Royal Highness Prince William Henry, and sold by Law, Faulder, Lowndes, and Deighton, London; Trewman, Exeter; and Goadby, Sherborne , 1789. - 22+p ; 4°. *WSL?

1789. BULLER, James. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: James Buller. Exeter, October 29, 1789. - Watermark: R.L.C. - *D&EI: Elections, p.23.

1789. BULLER, James. To the gentlemen, clergy, freemen, and freeholders of the city of Exeter. - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - Signed at end: James Buller. Exeter, November 7th, 1789. - *D&EI: Elections, p.24.

1789. DAVIS, Richard. Richard Davis, mercer, woollen-draper, and undertaker of funerals, at the Golden-Ball, near the Fish-Market, Exeter, sells, wholesale and retail, the following articles, ... - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son, Fore-street , [1789?]. - 1 sheet ; 1/4°. - *DRO Receiver's vouchers box 134.

1789. The EXETER and West-Country traders' memorandum-book, for the year 1790. - Exeter : Printed and sold by W.Grigg and Son; sold also by Mr. Barnikel, Plymouth; Mr. Cleave, Totnes; Mr. Barrett, Barnstaple; Mr. Eyre, Launceston; Mrs. Elliott, Falmouth; Miss Kirkup, Honiton; Mr. Griffiths, Bideford; Mr. Handford, Ashburton; Mr. Huxtable, Southmolton; and may be had of all other booksellers , [1789]. - New Exeter journal 10 Dec. 1789 etc.

1789. HALLORAN, Lawrence Hynes. An ode (attempted in Sapphic verse) occasioned by the proposed visit of Their Majesties to the city of Exeter, by Lawrence Hynes Halloran. Master of Alphington Academy, near Exeter, and author of a collection of poems now publishing by subscription. - Exeter : Printed by T.Brice , [1789]. - 16p ; 4°. - Preface dated: Wed. morning 12th August 1789. - *Bodl. 280 d.461.

1789. EXETER. Theatre. For six nights only. Fifth night. New Theatre, Circus, Exeter. On Friday, September the 11th, 1789, will be presented a tragedy, called The Grecian daughter ... to which will be added a farce, called The lying valet. - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , [1789]. - 1 sheet. - *WSL.

1789. HAYMAN, John. Proposals for publishing by subscription, A plan and directory of Exeter. ... - [Exeter?] : [s.n.] , 1789. - Dated: Exeter, Nov. 20, 1789. - Dredge p.109.

1789. MENDS, Herbert. The injustice and cruelty of the slave trade considered, in a sermon preached in Plymouth on Lord's day, February 22nd, 1789. By Herbert Mends. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1789. - Davidson supp. p.16n (Secktor Lib.); Plymouth Institution p.62.

1789. NATION, William. The dramatic pieces, and poetry, of William Nation, jun., including, The school for diffidence, Miscellanies, A collection of songs, &c., &c. ... - Plymouth : Printed for the author. Sold by Mess. Law, Faulder, Lowndes, and Deighton, London - R.Goadby, Sherborne - R.Trewman, Exeter - and M.Haydon and Son, Plymouth. ... , 1789. - 144p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.116-7; ESTC t054276.

1789. NEW Exeter journal, or general advertiser for Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, and Somerset. - [Exeter] : Printed and published by W.Grigg and Son, nearly opposite Broad-Gate, in Fore-Street, Exeter. - Volume I. Number II. Thursday January 1, 1788 [i.e. 1789]. - *Issue in D&EI, first issue, presumably December 1788, not preserved; DUL 31570.

1789. PENROSE, Francis. Letters, philosophical and astronomical in which the following operations of nature are treated of and explained, in the most simple and natural manner, according to Sir Isaac Newton's opinions, ... the creation; the deluge; ... together with the exact number of days ... since the creation ... to which is added, a solar and lunar diagram for A.D.1786. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by M.Haydon and Son, printers, booksellers, and stationers to His Royal Highness Prince William Henry; sold also by R.Trewman, printer, Exeter; B.Law, R.Faulder, and W.Lowndes, booksellers, London; Messrs. Prince and Cooke, Oxford; and W.Lunn, Cambridge , 1789. - [42],406,[2]p, 2 folded plates ; 8°. - *WSL; ESTC t132556; DUL 52840.

1789. A SELECTION of prose and poetic lessons, on the most sublime and interesting subjects, proper to be impressed on the minds of youth. - Exeter : Printed for the compiler, and sold by G. and T.Wilkie, London; also R.Trewman and Son; and S.Woolmer, Exeter , [1789]. - xii,108p ; 12°. - Preface dated: Dec. 10, 1789. Compiled by B.West. - *WSL.

1789. TAPRELL, Richard. Serious advice to young people. With suitable prayers. By Richard Taprell. - South Molton : Printed by I.Huxtable; and sold by W.Richardson, London; W.Browne, Bristol; Mrs. Toulmin, Taunton; W.Grigg, Exeter; and I.Gander, Sherborne , 1789. - [2],48p ; 12°. - *ESTC t017830.

1789. TREMENHEERE, William. A sermon preached in the parish-church of Madron, in the county of Cornwall, on the twenty-third of April 1789, being the day appointed for a general thanksgiving for the recovery of the King from illness. By the Rev. William Tremenheere, A.B. - Exeter : Printed and sold by R.Trewman; sold also by G. and T.Wilkie, London; R.Cruttwell, Bath; M.Haydon and Son, Plymouth , [1789]. - 10p ;4°. - *Dredge p.33 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); ESTC t104157.

1789. WEATHERDON'S SCHOOL, Newton Abbot. On Thursday evening, December 3, 1789. Will be perform'd, by the young gentlemen of Mr Weatherdon's School; (by way of amusement, as well as for their improvement in speaking;) the tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark. - [Newton Abbot?] : [s.n.] , [1789]. - 1 sheet ; 1/4°. - *WSL.