Books with Devon imprints: a handlist to 1800. 1791-1792
1791. ALCOCK, Thomas. An apology for Esau. A sermon preached in the parish church of St. Andrew, Plymouth, at the Archdeacon's visitation, May 21, 1790, by Thomas Alcock, A.M. vicar of Runcorn in Cheshire. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by M.Haydon and Son printers and booksellers to His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence. Sold also by Law, Faulder, Lowndes, and Deighton, London; Trewman, Exeter; and Goadby, Sherborne. ... , 1791. - ,62,p ; 4°. - On verso of title: The Plymouth printer had no greek or Hebrew types. The learned reader is requested therefore to insert with his pen, the original words in their proper places. - *Dredge p.117 (British Museum); ESTC t086064; AUC 1879L13.
1791. BARNSTAPLE BANK. The public are respectfully informed that a bank is opened in High-Street, under the firm of Cutcliffe, Roch, Gribble, and Company: ... - Barnstaple : Murch, printer , . - 1 sheet. - Dated: November the 11th 1791. - Dredge p.90.
1791. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Liturgies. A liturgy compiled from the Book of Common Prayer reformed, according to the plan of ... Samuel Clarke; together with a collection of psalms and hymns, for public worship. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by M.Haydon and Son; sold also by P.F.Maurice, Plymouth-Dock; and J.Johnson. London , 1791. - ,106,,213,,viiip ; 12°. - The Collection of psalms has a separate titlepage (See 1790 Collection). - *ESTC.
1791. DOWNMAN, Hugh. Poems to Thespia. To which are added, sonnets, &c. - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , 1791. - ,210p ; 8°. - Errata slip. - *WSL; Dredge p.32 (D. & E.I.); Davidson supp. p55n; ESTC t092238; DUL 21770.
1791. EXETER. Quarter Sessions. At the general quarter sessions of the peace of our Lord the King held by adjournment in the castle of Exon, in and for the county aforesaid, the tenth day of June, in the thirty-first year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Third, ... - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , . - 1 sheet ; 1°. - On wool industry. - *ESTC t001349.
1791. EXETER. Quarter Sessions. At the general quarter sessions of the peace of our Lord the King, held by adjournment at the Guildhall, in and for the city and county of the city of Exeter, the sixteenth day of May, in the thirty-first year of the reign of our sovereign Lord George the Third, ... - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , . - 1 sheet ; 1°. - On wool industry. - *ESTC t001350.
1791. EXETER. Weavers. To all whom it may concern, and to the public in general. We, the weavers in general of the city and neighbourhood of Exeter, being charged by our masters with raising our wages, and the contrary being the case, we shall lay before the public the following facts ... - [Exeter] : [s.n.] , . - 1/4°. - Verso blank. - Dated at foot: Exeter, February 22, 1791. - *WSL.
1791. FIVE minutes advice to prayerless persons and families. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by P.Nettleton, no. 52, Market-Street; sold also by Messrs. Deighton, Terry, Trapp, Dilly, and Mathews, London; Hazard, Bath; J.Cottle, Bristol; and by various other booksellers , [1791?]. - 48p ; 4°. - *WSL.
1791. HALLARAN, Laurence Hynes. Ode on the proposed visit of their Majesties to the city of Exeter. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1791. - 4°. - Davidson p.129 (WB).
1791. HALLARAN, Laurence Hynes. Poems on various occasions, by Laurence Hynes Halloran, ... - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , 1791. ,ii,98p ; 4°. - Errata slip. - *ESTC t129109.
1791. KENDALL, William. Poems. W.Kendall. - [Exeter] : [R.Trewman and Son] , 1791. -42p ; 8°. - Printer Trewman on evidence of ornaments. - *WSL; ESTC t134101.
1791. KENRICK, Timothy. The spirit of persecutors exemplified; and the conduct to be observed towards their descendants. A sermon delivered at George's Meeting-House, Exeter, November 5th, 1791. To which are prefixed, some observations upon the causes of the late riots at Birmingham. By T.Kenrick. - Exeter ; Printed by T.Brice; and sold by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London , . xvi,30p ; 8°. *DRO 4404addD/97; Bodl. G.Pamph 1016 (10); Plymouth Athenaeum p.94.
1791. LYNE, Richard. Isagoge sive Janua Tusculana, for the use of grammar schools. By the Rev. R.Lyne. A new edition. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by M.Haydon and Son, printers, booksellers and stationers to His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence , 1791. - ,57,p ; 8°. - Titlepage in red and black. - *Dredge p.55 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); ESTC t106439: Plymouth Public Library L2874.
1791. MANNING, James. A sketch of the life and writings of the Revd. Micaiah Towgood, by James Manning. ... - Exeter : Printed for the author, by E.Grigg; and sold by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Churchyard, London; J.Lloyd and H.Brown, Bristol; and E.Grigg, S.Woolmer, and G.Dyer, Exeter , 1791. - *Dredge p.32 (D&EI); Davidson p.201 (Secktor Lib.): DUL 46310.
1791. MENDS, Herbert. Compassion for the children of the poor recommended and enforced. In a sermon preached at Plymouth, on Lord's day, October 31st, 1790, for the benefit of the Plymouth Benevolent Institution for educating the children of the poor, to which is annexed a state of the school from its first establishment to the present time. By Herbert Mends. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1791. - Davidson supp. p.16n (Secktor Lib.); Plymouth Institution p.81.
1791. MORGAN, Samuel. A common-prayer-book according to the plan of the Church of England, with suitable services. ... - Exeter :Printed by T.Brice; and sold by J.Johnson, no. 72, St. Paul's Church-yard, London , 1791. - ,xvi,379p ; 12°. - *Dredge p.109.
1791. PRESTON, Richard. An elementary treatise, by way of an essay, on the quantity of estates, &c. By Richard Preston of Ashburton. ... - Exeter : Printed for the author, by Messrs. Trewman and Son , 1791. - viii,674,p ; 8°. Errata leaf. - - *Dredge p.109 (British Museum); ESTC t066124; WSL (incomplete).
1791. READ, W. Sermon preached May 27, 1791, in Morris's-Square Chapel, Plymouth Dock. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1791. - 8°. - Burnet Morris; AUC 462R1 (Cambridge UL).
1791. REPORTS of three committees appointed by the Guardians of the Poor's portion to investigate the accounts of the Plymouth workhouse. - Plymouth : [s.n.] , 1791. - Davidson p.41 (Upcott's bibliographical collections).
1791. SHARLAND, George. To be let for a term of fourteen years, from Lady-Day next, all that capital tillage and grazing barton or farm called Withegate ... - Southmolton : Printed by J.Huxtable , 1791. - Verso blank. - *DRO 1148M/Add 33/9.
1791. TOULMIN, Joshua. Paul's defence before Felix, considered and applied in a sermon preached April 27th, 1791, at the opening of the new chapel in George-Street, Plymouth-Dock. By Joshua Toulmin, A.M. - Taunton : Printed by T.Norris, and sold by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Churchyard, London; J.Toulmin, Taunton; S.Woolmer, Exeter; M.Haydon, Plymouth; and P.Maurice, Plymouth Dock , . - 35,p ; 8°. - Dedication dated: May 12, 1791. - *Dredge p.87 (Plymouth Free lib.); Davidson p.41 (Upcott's bibliographical collections); ESTC t009250.
1791. TUNNICLIFF, William. A topographical survey of the counties of Hants, Wilts, Dorset, Somerset, Devon, and Cornwall, commonly called the Western Circuit ... By William Tunnicliff, land-surveyor. - Salisbury : Printed for the author, by B.C.Collins, and sold by him; also by S.Crowder, Pater-noster-Row, London; Messers. Trueman and Son, Exeter; and all other booksellers , 1791.- xi,,256p, plates : folded maps, coats of arms ; 8°. - *WSL; ESTC t135324; DUL 73330.
1791. WEATHERDON'S SCHOOL, Newton Abbot. On Monday evening, December 6th, 1791. Will be performed, by the young gentlemen of Mr. Westherdon's school; (by way of amusement, as well as for their improvement in speaking;) the dramatic poem of Caractacus. - [Newton Abbot?] : [s.n.] , . - 1/2°. - *WSL.
1791. WINSOR'S ROOM, Ipplepen. For one night only. On Tuesday evening, June 28th, 1791. At Mr. Winsor's room in Ipplepen, will be presented a new species of entertainment, in five parts, called Fashionable variety. - [s.l.] : [s.n.] , . - 1 sheet. - *WSL.
1792. ASSOCIATION for the Maintenance and Support of the British Constitution. At a numerous and respectable meeting of gentlemen, clergy, freeholders, and others ... - Newton Abbot : Printed by J.Weatherdon , 1792. - 1/2°. - Verso blank. - Dated at top: Newton-Abbot: Dec. 19, 1792. - *WSL.
1792. ASSOCIATION for the Maintenance and Support of the British Constitution. At a numerous and respectable meeting of gentlemen, clergy, merchants, and freeholders ... on Monday the 17th of December, 1792, Mr. Thomas Arscott, in the chair. ... - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , . - At head of page: Teingmouth [sic], Devon. - *ESTC.
1792. ASSOCIATION for the Maintenance and Support of the British Constitution. At a numerous and respectable meeting of the inhabitants of this town and neighbourhood, held this day, at the Golden Lion Inn, in this town, to support the King and constitution, as now established, ... - [Honiton?] : [s.n.] , . - 2 leaves ; 1/2°. - Dated at top: Honiton, Devon, December 13th, 1792. - Versos of leaves blank. - *ESTC t022340.
1792. DEVONSHIRE Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture and Industry. South Devon Division. Rules, orders, and premiums, of the South Devon Division of the Devonshire Society for the Encouragement of Agriculture and Industry: with a list of the subscribers ... - Plymouth : Printed by B.Haydon , 1792. - ,42p ; 8°. - Errata slip. - *ESTC t107272; Plymouth Public Library L3682..
1792. DOWNMAN, Hugh. Poems to Thespia. To which are added, sonnets &c. - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , 1792. - ,210p ; 8°. - *ESTC t134362.
1792. DOWNMAN, Hugh. Tragedies, by Hugh Downman, M.D. - Exeter : Printed by E.Grigg, for G.G.J. and J.Robinson, G. and T.Wilkie, and G.Kearsley, London; and J.Bell, Edinburgh , 1792. - ,iv,322p ; 8°. - Errata slip. - Contents: Lucius Junius Brutus (2nd edition), Editha (2nd edition), Belisarius. - *WSL; Dredge p.32 (D&EI); ESTC t051528; Plymouth Public Library L1426; DUL 21780.
1792. EXETER gazette, or universal advertiser for the West of England. - Exeter : S.Woolmer , 1792. - First surviving issue of newspaper dated January 12, 1792, first numbered issue: 1025, June 28, 1792. - Numbering probably started at 1000. - *Dredge p52 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia, date 1782), p.76-7 (A.Wallis).
1792. EXETER. Post Office. Mail robbery, Post-Office, Exeter, Oct. 19, 1792. - [Exeter] : Executed by S.Woolmer, printer of the Exeter Gazette , . - 1/4°. - Verso blank.
1792. FILANGIERI, Gaetano. The science of legislation. Translated from the Italian of the Chevalier Filangieri, by William Kendall. ... - [s.l.] : Printed for G.G. and J.Robinson, London; and R.Trewman and Son, Exeter , . - viii,210p ; 8°. - Translation of: Scienzia della legislazione. - *D&EI; Dredge p.32 (D&EI): D&EI app. p.28.
1792. INCLEDON, Benjamin. Donations of Peter Blundell [founder] and other benefactors to the free grammar school at Tiverton. - Exeter : E.Grigg, typ. , . - ,64,lxv,p, folded genealogical table ; 8°. - *WSL; ESTC t108367; DUL 5180; Davidson p.55.
1792. MANNING, James. A sketch of the life and writings of the Rev. Micaiah Towgood, by James Manning. - Exeter : Printed for the author, by E.Grigg; and sold by J.Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; J.Lloyd, and H.Brown, Bristol; and E.Grigg, S.Woolmer, and G.Dyer, Exeter , 1792. - ,191,p ; 8°. - *WSL; ESTC t100800; Plymouth Institution p.75; Plymouth Public Library L3821; D&EI p.148.
1792. MAY, William. Essay on pulmonary consumptions, including the histories of several remarkable instances of recovery from the most alarming stages of the disorder, by an improved method of treatment. By William May, M.D. - Plymouth : Printed and sold by B.Haydon; sold also by Cadell, Law, Evans, Faulder, Lowndes, and Deighton, London , . - ,xxxii,107,p ; 8°. - Date at end of dedication: March 1, 1792. - *Dredge p.36 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); ESTC t008044; Plymouth Public Library L2613.
1792. METHODIST CHURCH. Liturgies. A liturgy for the use of the Mint-Meeting in Exeter. - Exeter : Printed by R.Trewman and Son , 1792. - ,166p ; 4°. - Compiled by Joseph Bretland. - *WSL; DRO 64/2/27/1; ESTC t123153; DUL 47980.
1792. NEWPORT, William. Miscellaneous trifles, in verse. Attempted by William Newport, ... - Exeter : Printed for the author, by T.Brice , 1792. - 108,ivp. - *ESTC t018579.
1792. The PLYMOUTH Dock guide, &c. or, an authentic account of the rise and progress of that town, with the dock yard; containing a description of the fortifications, churches, government, markets, play-house, assembly rooms, prospects, pleasant rides, buildings, &c. With a description of whatever is worthy of notice in the towns and villages surrounding it, as Plymouth and Garrison, Plympton, Saltram, Tavistock, Mount Edgecomb, Cawsand, Millbrook, St. Germans, Port Eliot, &c. Also the times of going and coming in of the mail coaches, diligences, waggons; rates of porters, chairmen, &c. &c. To which are added, distances of roads from Plymouth-Dock to several of the principal cities and towns in England, especially such as are west of London. - Plymouth Dock : Printed by and for E.Hoxland, bookseller and stationer, near the Fountain Tavern, Fore-Street, and sold by G.G.J. & J.Robinson, Paternoster Row, London, and all other booksllers , 1792. - 64p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.60-1 (R.W.Cotton); DUL 57570.
1792. RULES for the conduct of a society at the Globe Tavern, Exeter, to which is added an address from the president. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1792. - 5p ; 8°. - Davidson supp. p.6 (Yarde Lib.).
1792. SOCIETY of Unitarian Christians. Society of Unitarian Christians, established in the West of England. - [Exeter ?] : [s.n.] , . - 8p ; 8°. - Gives aims and reports of meetings of May 11 1792 and 6 September 1792 with list of members. - *ESTC t009229.
1792. TOULMIN, Joshua. The promise of Christ's presence with his disciples, explained and applied in a sermon, preached at the opening of Bridewell Chapel, near Uffculme, Devon, on Wednesday the 4th of January, 1792. By Joshua Toulmin, A.M. To which is prefixed an address, delivered on the same occasion by John Williams. - Taunton : Printed by T.Norris. Sold by J.Johnson, London; S.Woomer, Exeter; and Mrs. Toulmin, Taunton , . - ,49,p ; 8°. - Dedication dated: Feb. 18, 1792. - *ESTC t009243.
1792. TOZER, Charles. Plan of the city & suburbs of Exeter surveyed by C.Tozer. Engraved by Thos. Yeakell. - [Exeter] : Publish´d by C.Tozer , April 20th 1792. - 1 sheet ; 1/2°. - *WSL.
1792. WATKINS, John. An essay towards a history of Bideford, in the county of Devon. - Exeter : Printed by E.Grigg , 1792. - xii,276p ; 8°. - List of subscribers. - *WSL; Dredge p.32 (D&EI); Davidson p.16; ESTC t145377; Plymouth Public Library L168; DUL 75910.
1792. WEATHERDON'S SCHOOL, Newton Abbot. On Thursday evening, December 6th. Will be performed, by the young gentlemen of Mr. Weatherdon's school; (by way of amusement, as well as for their improvement in speaking) the play Timon of Athens, (as altered from Shakespeare, by R.Cumberland Esq.). - [Newton Abbot?] : [s.n.] , . - 1 sheet ; 1/4°. - *WSL.
1792. WOOLLCOMBE, William. The ground and nature of the christian ministry in the Church of England. A sermon preached at Tiverton, May 7th, 1792, at the visitation of the Right Rev. the Archdeacon of Exeter, together with an appendix, containing notes addressed to both clergy and laity. By William Woollcombe, M.A., Prebendary of Exeter. - Exeter : [s.n.] , 1792. - Plymouth Institution p.56.