MISCELLANEOUS -- A collection of 15 tracts in one volume, including:
WALKER, George. A True Account of the Siege of London-Derry. London: Robert Clavel and Ralph Simpson, 1689. 4° (227 x 159mm). 48, 41-59, pp. FIRST EDITION. Wing W-350.
A letter from General Fielding to Sir C.D. [London, c. 1690?]. 4° (209 x 160mm), broadside. (Cropped at foredge.) A ribald reply on behalf of the Duchess of Cleveland, supposedly by Robert Fielding, who later married her. NOT IN WING.
[HALIFAX, George Savile, marquis of (1633-95).] A Letter to a Dissenter. London: G.H., 1687. 4° (196 x 131mm), [ii], 10pp. (Cut close with loss of one catch-word.) Second issue. Wing H-312.
GEORGE I, King of England (1660-1727). His Majesty's commission for the Royal Hospital for seamen at Greenwich. [London: 1715] 4° (207 x 155mm). 27pp.
BELLERS, John. Proposals for raising a college of industry of all useful trades and husbandry. London: T. Sowle, 1696. 4° (182 x 140mm). [iv], 28pp. Second edition. Kress 1932; Wing B-1830.
[PUCKLE, James (1667?-1724).] England's path to wealth and honour. London: Sam. Crouch, 1700. 8° in 4's (163 x 90mm). [viii], 40pp. Second edition. Kress 2253; Wing P-4161.
WHISTON, James. Englands calamities discover'd, with the proper remedy to restore her ancient grandeur and policy. London: for the author, 1696. 4° (207 x 160mm). 40pp. FIRST EDITION. Kress 2011; Wing W-1686; together with 15 other titles in the one volume, contemporary panelled calf (rubbed). Provenance: Lord Lilford (bookplate).