OLDHAM, John. Satyrs upon the Jesuits, Dublin: J. Watts, 1725. 8°, title with woodcut vignette [bound with:] Eliza HAYWOOD. The Tea-Table: or a conversation between some polite persons of both sexes, at a lady's visiting day, London: by William Wilmot for Edward Hamilton, 1725. 8°, woodcut headpieces and initials [and:] John WALDRON. A Satyr against Tea, Dublin: Sylvanus Pepyat, 1733. 8° [and:] Caleb D'ANVERS. The Craftsman's Poems on Several Occasions, Dublin: James Hoey, 1732. 8°, woodcut head pieces and initials [and:] A Poem on the Nuptials of Anne, Princess-Royal of Great Britain, with his Highness Frederick, Prince of Orange, Dublin: S. Powell for Edward Exshaw, 1733. 8° [and:] The Case Truly Stated Between S[wift] and B[elsworth] [n.p., n.p.], 1736. 8° [and:] An Essay on Preferment, Dublin: [n.p.], 1736. 8° [and:] The Genuine Tryal of Samuel Goodere, Matthew Mahony and Charles White ... for the murder of Sir John Dinely Goodere ... London: and reprinted in Dublin by Edward Waters, [ca. 1741]. 8° [and:] The Dublin Magazine: or, the Gentleman's new miscellany, Dublin: James Hoey, 1733. 8° [and:] A Modest Enquiry address'd to the Bishop of Cloyne, Dublin: [n.p.], 1736. 8°, woodcut headpiece [and:] The Old Welch-Maiden Quaker, discovered in three cantos, A Satyr, Dublin: [n.p.], 1736. 8° [and:] An Authentick Account of the Life of Charles Drew Esq; lately executed for the murder of his own father Charles-John Drew Esq; at Long Melford in the county of Suffolk, Dublin: Sam. Dalton, 1740. 8° [and:] The History of the Deaths, Elections and Coronations of the Popes, London: for John Sharp, 1759. 8°, woodcut headpiece 13 works bound in one volume (occasional light spotting, a few marginal tears), contemporary calf, front endpaper with 2 early pen-and-ink and watercolour studies of costumed figures laid down, manuscript list of contents at end, signature of Thomas Middleton on front pastedown.
[MUNDAY, Anthony. The English Romaine lyfe, London: 1582] (lacking all before Aii including title) STC 18272 [bound with:] [Robert ASHLEY] A Comparison of the English and Spanish Nation, London: 1589 STC 842 [and:] Caius Julius SOLINUS. The excellent and pleasant worke, London: 1587 STC 22896 [and:] Thomas CHURCHYARD. A lamentable and pitifull description of the wofull warres in Flaunders, [London: 1578], 4 works bound in one volume, small 4°, old calf (worn).
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