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THE OBSERVANCE OF SUNDAY Wollstonecraft, Mary, 1759-1797 Education of Daughters Pickering & Chatto 1989
Observations Forster, Johann Reinhold, 1729-1798 Pickering & Chatto 2001
Observations Made During a Voyage Round the World, on Physical Geography, Natural History, and Ethic Philosophy (London, 1778) Forster, Johann Reinhold, 1729-1798 Pickering & Chatto 1999
Observations on Atmospherical Electricity Ronayne, Thomas, 1730–1800 Pickering & Chatto 2003
Observations on Birds: OBSERVATIONS ON BIRDS White, Gilbert, 1720-1793 Observations on Birds Pickering & Chatto 2004
[OBSERVATIONS ON DIET]: No. 7 – Observations on Diet, by J. A. Paris, M. D. 8vo. London, 1827 De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 OBSERVATIONS ON DIET Pickering & Chatto 2000
Observations on Mount Vesuvius Hamilton, William, 1730-1803 Pickering & Chatto 2003
Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the Several Addresses Delivered to Him on His Arrival at New York (1794): OBSERVATIONS, &c: Cobbett, William, 1763-1835 Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the Several Addresses Delivered to Him on His Arrival at New York (1794) Pickering & Chatto 1998
Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the Several Addresses Delivered to Him on His Arrival at New York (1794): THE SHORT BUT COMPREHENSIVE STORY OF A FARMER'S BULL Cobbett, William, 1763-1835 Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley, and on the Several Addresses Delivered to Him on His Arrival at New York (1794) Pickering & Chatto 1998
Observations on the Project for Abolishing the Slave Trade and on the reasonableness of attempting some practicable mode of relieving the Negroes: (London, 1790) Holroyd, John Baker Holroyd, 1st Earl of Sheffield, 1735–1821 The Abolition Debate, Part II: Pro-Slave Trade Pickering & Chatto 1999
Observations on the Reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, on the Revolution in France (1790): OBSERVATIONS ON THE REFLECTIONS Macaulay, Catharine Sawbridge, 1731-1791 Observations on the Reflections of the Right Hon. Edmund Burke, on the Revolution in France (1790) Pickering & Chatto 1995
Observations on the Right Hon. Edmund Burke's Pamphlet on the French Revolution Bousfield, Benjamin, -1818 Pickering & Chatto 1995
Of Religion Godwin, William, 1756-1836 Of Religion Pickering & Chatto 1993
Of the causes which have produced the diversities of the human species, Researches into the Physical History of Man (London, 1813) Prichard, James Cowles, 1786-1848 Pickering & Chatto 1999
Of the Sick, Practical Rules for the Management and Medical Treatment of Negro Slaves in the Sugar Colonies (London, 1803) Collins, David, 1756-1810 Pickering & Chatto 1999
The Old World and the New, or, A Journal of Reflections and Observations Made on a Tour of Europe, by the Rev. Orville Dewey, Late of New Bedford, U.S., 2 vols (London and New York, 1836): [Front Matter] Dewey, Orville, 1794-1882 The Old World and the New, or, A Journal of Reflections and Observations Made on a Tour of Europe, by the Rev. Orville Dewey, Late of New Bedford, U.S., 2 vols (London and New York, 1836) Pickering & Chatto 1996
The Old World and the New, or, A Journal of Reflections and Observations Made on a Tour of Europe, by the Rev. Orville Dewey, Late of New Bedford, U.S., 2 vols (London and New York, 1836): [The Old World and the New] Dewey, Orville, 1794-1882 The Old World and the New, or, A Journal of Reflections and Observations Made on a Tour of Europe, by the Rev. Orville Dewey, Late of New Bedford, U.S., 2 vols (London and New York, 1836) Pickering & Chatto 1996
OMITTED PASSAGES FROM THE REVIEW OF BENNETT'S CEYLON De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 Pickering & Chatto 2003
On a Sun-Dial Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On Cant and Hypocrisy: A Fragment Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
ON HOGARTH'S FUNERAL IN THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS AS NOTED BY LAMB: [On Hogarth's Funeral in the Harlot's Progress as Noted by Lamb] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 Manuscript Addenda: ON HOGARTH'S FUNERAL IN THE HARLOT'S PROGRESS AS NOTED BY LAMB Pickering & Chatto 2003
[ON HUMAN PROGRESS]: [On Human Progress] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 In the Wordsworth Library, Grasmere: [ON HUMAN PROGRESS] Pickering & Chatto 2003
ON PAGAN SACRIFICES De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 Pickering & Chatto 2003
On Parliamentary reform Hume, Joseph, 1777-1855 Pickering & Chatto 2000
ON POETRY: ON POETRY Wollstonecraft, Mary, 1759-1797 ON POETRY Pickering & Chatto 1989
On Reading New Books Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
ON REFORM AS AFFECTING THE HABITS OF PRIVATE LIFE: IN A SECOND LETTER TO A FRIEND: [Manuscript Transcript] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 ON REFORM AS AFFECTING THE HABITS OF PRIVATE LIFE: IN A SECOND LETTER TO A FRIEND: [Manuscript Transcript] Pickering & Chatto 2001
On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences Whewell, William, 1794-1866 Pickering & Chatto 2003
On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures: CHAP. IV Babbage, Charles, 1792-1871 On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures Pickering & Chatto 2004
On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures: CHAP. VII Babbage, Charles, 1792-1871 On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures Pickering & Chatto 2004
On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures: CHAP. XIX Babbage, Charles, 1792-1871 On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures Pickering & Chatto 2004
On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures: CHAPTER XVIII Babbage, Charles, 1792-1871 On the Economy of Machinery and Manufactures Pickering & Chatto 2004
On the Elgin Marbles: The Ilissus Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On the Feeling of Immortality in Youth Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER I: ON THE CONNECTION OF RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLES WITH PUBLIC ORDER Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER II: THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED: A PARALLEL BETWEEN THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLES, AND OF LAWS AND OPINIONS Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER III: AN OBJECTION DRAWN FROM OUR NATURAL DISPOSITIONS TO GOODNESS Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER IV: AN OBJECTION DRAWN FROM THE GOOD CONDUCT OF MANY IRRELIGIOUS MEN Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER IX: ANOTHER OBJECTION EXAMINED THE SABBATH Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER V: THE INFLUENCE OF RELIGIOUS PRINCIPLES ON OUR HAPPINESS Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER VI: THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED: THE INFLUENCE OF VIRTUE ON HAPPINESS Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER VII: ON RELIGIOUS OPINIONS, IN THEIR RELATION WITH SOVEREIGNS Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER VIII: AN OBJECTION DRAWN FROM THE WARS AND FROM THE COMMOTIONS WHICH RELIGION HAS GIVEN RISE TO Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER X: AN OBSERVATION ON A PARTICULAR CIRCUMSTANCE OF PUBLIC WORSHIP Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XI: THAT THE SINGLE IDEA OF A GOD IS A SUFFICIENT SUPPORT OF MORALITY Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XII: THAT THERE IS A GOD Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XIII: THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XIV: THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XV: ON THE RESPECT THAT IS DUE FROM TRUE PHILOSOPHY TO RELIGION Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XVI: THE SAME SUBJECT CONTINUED REFLECTIONS ON INTOLERANCE Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XVII: REFLECTIONS ON THE MORALITY OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION: CHAPTER XVIII: CONCLUSION Necker, Jacques, 1732-1804 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGIOUS OPINION Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE MISFORTUNE OF FLUCTUATING PRINCIPLES Wollstonecraft, Mary, 1759-1797 Education of Daughters Pickering & Chatto 1989
ON THE MODIFICATIONS OF CLOUDS, AND ON THE PRINCIPLES OF THEIR PRODUCTION, SUSPENSION, AND DESTRUCTION Howard, Luke, 1772–1864 Pickering & Chatto 2003
On the Natural Variety of Mankind, in The Anthropological Treatises of Johann Friedrich Blumenbach (London, 1865) Blumenbach, Johann Friedrich, 1752-1840 Pickering & Chatto 1999
On the Opera Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On the Origin and Families of Nations, Discourses delivered before the Asiatic Society ... By Sir William Jones (London, 1821) Jones, Sir William, 1746-1794 Pickering & Chatto 1999
On the Punishment of Death (c. 1812, edited from MS) Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On the Punishment of Death (edited from Fraser's Magazine, 1831) Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On the Question whether Pope was a Poet Hazlitt, William H., 1778-1830 Pickering & Chatto 1998
On the Slave Trade: (Bristol, 1796) Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 1772-1834 The Abolition Debate, Part I: Anti-Slave Trade Pickering & Chatto 1999
[ON THE SUBJECT OF EMIGRATION]: [On the Subject of Emigration] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 ON THE SUBJECT OF EMIGRATION Pickering & Chatto 2000
ON THE TREATMENT OF SERVANTS Wollstonecraft, Mary, 1759-1797 Education of Daughters Pickering & Chatto 1989
On the Vicissitudes of Keats's Fame, Atlantic Monthly (April 1863) Severn, Joseph, 1793-1879 Pickering & Chatto 1997
On the Working of Australian Institutions: VIII: ON THE WORKING OF AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTIONS Pearson, Charles Henry, 1830-1894 On the Working of Australian Institutions Pickering & Chatto 2000
ON THE WORKING POPULATION OF GREAT BRITAIN IN RELATION TO THE POLITICAL PROSPECTS OF THE LAND: [On the Working Population of Great Britain in Relation to the Political Prospects of the Land] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 Manuscript Addenda: ON THE WORKING POPULATION OF GREAT BRITAIN IN RELATION TO THE POLITICAL PROSPECTS OF THE LAND Pickering & Chatto 2003
Orang-Outang, sive Homo Sylvestris Tyson, Edward, 1651-1708 Pickering & Chatto 2004
An Oration on the Death of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 2nd edition (London, 1834) Heraud, John A., 1799-1887 Pickering & Chatto 1997
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP I. The miserable Case of Mankinde Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. II. Materialls to be used as Remedies for severall occasions following Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. III We cannot live without daily food and from that food there ariseth not only our nourishment, but also several superfluous matters, following, which are the principall causes of all diseases: which cannot be absolutely helped, although much mitigated by any temperate diet Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. IV. In the stomach undigested meat, Fleagm and evill humors, from whence proceeds Choler and Melancholy, &c and by consequence the Stone, and many other infirmities Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. V. In the stomach Wind, from whence commeth the Wind-collick and Vapours, which disturb the head, and breed Head-aches, &c. Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. VI In the Guts stoppages of wind, and of digested excrements, which disturb the whole Body Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. VII. In the uritory passages, stoppages of wind, and all moist things, wheremith we nourish nature, which breeds the Stone and the Strangurie. &c, Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: CHAP. VIII. In the Veins, and other parts of the body, are corrupt humors, which Nature draweth, with the Quint-essence of our food for maintenance of the several parts of the body: from whence commeth the Gout, and Infirmities in the Eyes, and other parts of the body: which when strength of nature cannot expell outwardly, then the same return upon the inward noble parts to destroy Man Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: The Answer of Sir HENRY BLOUNT knight, to the preceding Letter of his worthy Friend Judge RUMSEY Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: To his highly esteemed Friend and Compatriot Judge Rumsey, upon his Provang, or rare pectorall Instrument, and his rare experiments of Cophie, and Tobacco Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: TO My Worshipfull and much Honored Friend, Sir HENRY BLOUNT Knight Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health: To the right honourable, HENRY, Lord Marquess of Dorchester, &c. Rumsey, Walter, 1584-1660 Organon Salutis. AN INSTRUMENT to cleanse the Stomach, As also divers new Experiments of the virtue of TOBACCO and COFFEE: How much they conduce to preserve humane health Pickering & Chatto 2006
Origin and Progress of Language: CHAP. XIV.: That Articulation is not natural to Man Burnett, James, Lord Monboddo, 1714-1799 Origin and Progress of Language Pickering & Chatto 2004
The origin of government, compatible with, and founded on the rights of man, with a few words on the constitutional object of the Corresponding Society: The whole addressed to the common sense of every Englishman (1797) Perry, Sampson, 1747-1823 Pickering & Chatto 2002
An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe: LETTER THE FOURTH Wright, Thomas, 1711-1786 An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe Pickering & Chatto 2004
An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe: LETTER THE SEVENTH Wright, Thomas, 1711-1786 An Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe Pickering & Chatto 2004
Ottobah Cugoano, Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species (London, 1787): Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species Cugoano, Ottobah, 1757-1791 Ottobah Cugoano, Thoughts and Sentiments on the Evil and Wicked Traffic of the Slavery and Commerce of the Human Species (London, 1787) Pickering & Chatto 1999
OWEN OF LANARK: [Owen of Lanark] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 OWEN OF LANARK Pickering & Chatto 2000
[OWEN OF LANARK: AN EDITOR'S APOLOGY]: [Owen of Lanark: An Editor's Apology] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 OWEN OF LANARK: AN EDITOR'S APOLOGY Pickering & Chatto 2000
[Oxford Latin Exercise, c. 1803–8]: [Oxford Latin Exercise, c. 1803-8] De Quincey, Thomas, 1785-1859 Oxford Latin Exercise, c. 1803–8 Pickering & Chatto 2000
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