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03 March 2014

Devon imprints. Exeter: Spencer

The Devon book trades : imprint registers.
Exeter : Spencer, John.

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Exeter. Spencer, John. 1760 - 1769. Printer.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1760. Printer. The EXETER chronicle or universal register. - Exeter : John Spencer. - No. 1, 15 Sep[?] 1760-Jan. 1764-? Details from no. 32, 10 Apr. 1761, the only surviving issue. - Wiles 54.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1761. Printer. ANDREW, John. Falsehood & defamation detected and confuted, being a full answer to all the slander and calumny thrown on Dr. Andrew's character, by Mr. Pitfield and his witnesses. - Exeter : Printed by John Spencer , 1761. - 68p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.49 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); Davidson supp. p.43n; Plymouth Institution p.54; ESTC t027063.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1761. Printer. ANDREW, John. I find I have given great offence by the following assertion, viz. "Pitfield and all his witnesses are infamous liars." ... - [Exeter] : Printed by J.Spencer, in Gandy's-Lane , [1761]. - 2p ; 2°. - Half sheet, printed on both sides with letter dated at top: Exeter, July 3, 1761 and signed at end: John Andrew. Held by: Devon Heritage Centre: LE 1761-07-03. No watermark detected.

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Exeter. Spencer, John. 1761. Printer. ANDREW, John. A short reply to the falsehood and slander published against Dr. Andrew, by Mr. Pitfield and his witnesses ... - Exeter : Printed by J.Spencer, in Gandy's Lane , 1761. - 44p ; 8°. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre. - Dredge p.49 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); Davidson p.185 (Secktor Lib); Plymouth Institution p.54; ESTC t027065.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1762. Printer. ANDREW, John. A reply to a pamphlet, intituled, a state of the dispute between Dr. Andrew & Mr. Pitfield. Wherein Mr. Tremlett's great candour, genteel behaviour, and most conscientious regard for truth, is fully and freely displayed, and exhibited to the public. By John Andrew M.D. - Exeter : Printed by John Spencer, in Gandy's lane , 1762. - 67,[1]p ; 8°. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre. - Dredge p.49 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); Davidson p.186 (Secktor Lib.); ESTC t027064; DUL 1160.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1762. Printer. SLEECH, John. Mr. Pitfield's reason for charging Dr. Andrew with a design to cheat him in the purchase of his estate, examined and disproved: with the writer's motives for meddling in this dispute. To which is added a postscript, in answer to a paper dated June 30, and published under the names of William Chapple and William Pitfield. By J.S., A. C. ... - Exeter : Printed by J.Spencer in Gandy's lane , 1762. - 57,[1]p ; 8°. - J.S.A.C. = John Sleech, Archdeacon of Cornwall. - *Dredge p.27 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); Davidson p.186 (Secktor Lib.); Plymouth Athenaeum p.54; ESTC t027530.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1763. Printer. ANDREW, John. A confutation of the principal facts, published by Mr. Tremlett, in his letter to Archdeacon Sleech, by the testimony of Counsellor Jeffery, Messrs. Pitfield and Chapple, as also of Mr. Tremlett himself. - Exeter : Printed by John Spencer , 1763. - [2],ii,47,[1]p ; 8°. - Anonymous. - *Dredge p.49 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); ESTC t027062.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1763. Printer. ANDREW, John. Remarks on Mr. Tremlett's letter to Archdeacon Sleech. By John Andrew, M.D. - Exeter : Printed by J.Spencer in Gandy's Lane , 1763. - 36p ; 8°. - *Bodl. G.Pamph 2744(7); AUC 1160A10.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1765. Printer. ANDREW, John. The practice of inoculation impartially considered; its signal advantages fully proved; and the popular objections against it, confuted; in a letter to Sir Edward Wilmot, bart. By John Andrew, M.D. To which are added the sentiments of Dr. Huxham and several other very eminent physicians relative to the said practice, as communicated to the author. - Exeter : Printed and sold by John Spencer; and sold also by the booksellers in Exeter; and by Messrs. Wilson and Fell, London , [1765]. - [2],x,71,[1]p ; 8°. - Dated at end: June 17, 1765. - *Dredge p.50 (Bibliotheca Cornubiensia); Davidson supp. p.21 (Secktor Lib.); Plymouth Institution p.87; ESTC t009239.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1765. Printer. BASTARD, Thomas. A monody to the memory of my much endeared brother in Christ, the reverend and pious Mr. John Cennick, who fell asleep in Jesus, on Friday the 4th of July, 1755. By Mr. Thomas Bastard, ... - Exeter : Printed by John Spencer , 1765. - 8p ; 8°. - *ESTC t089357.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1765. Printer. HARRISON, Richard. The wisdom and righteousness of the divine providence illustrated from the character of Job. In a sermon preached at Honiton, the 25th. day of August, 1765. Being the first Sunday after the late dreadful fire. By Richard Harrison. - Exeter : Printed and sold by John Spencer, in Fore Street; sold also by E.Score, B.Thorn, A.Tozer, and W.Grigg, in Exeter; A.Brown, in Honiton; M.Anderton, in Taunton; and J.Buckland, in Pater-noster-Row, London , [1765]. [2],21,[1]p ; 8°. - *Dredge p.50 (D&EI); ESTC t052584; DUL 33285.

Exeter. Spencer, John. 1769. Printer. WILSON, Samuel. A scripture-manual: or a plain representation of the ordinances of baptism; designed for the use of all, who would answer with a good conscience towards God, and give a reason of their faith and practice, with meekness and fear. By the Rev. Samuel Wilson. - The third edition. To which are added An account of the Rev. Rutherford's convictions and exercises of mind respecting the invalidity of infant-baptism and the testimonies of learned paedobaptists. - Exeter : Printed by John Spencer in Fore-Street , 1769. - vi,42p ; 8°. - Bodl. G.Pamph. 1086 (5); AUC 2541W18.

>Exeter. Spencer, Robert. 1830. Printer. Five minutes' advice on entering the House of God.-- Exeter Spencer [18--]. - Held by: University of Exeter Libraries.

>Exeter. Spencer, Robert. 1831. Printer. John Bell, aged 14, executed at Rochester, July 29, 1831, for the wilful murder of Richard Taylor, aged 13 : "The love of money is the root of all evil." ...-- [Exeter] Spencer, Printer, St. Sidwell's, Exeter [1831]. - Held by: British Library.

>Exeter. Spencer, Robert. 1835. Printer. Darby, John. Gospel poems... / composed by John Darby, St Sidwell's, Exeter. - Exeter : Printed by R. Spencer, 110, St Sidwell's Street, Exeter , 1835. - 32p ; 23cm. - Held by: Devon Heritage Centre : s245/GEN/DAR. - Subjects: Devon. Exeter. Writers. Darby, John. Works. Poetry.

>Exeter. Spencer, Robert. 1842. Publisher. A Sermon on Daily Prayer and Frequent Communion, preached on Sunday, the 23rd of October, 1842. - Exeter R. Spencer [1842]. - 16 p. ; 8º. - Held by: British Library.

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