Reeve, S, fl. 1847. : The marriage offering, or, A series of letters addressed to a young married lady [microform] : embodying hints on the performance of household duties, and on the management of children / by a widow.
Reeve, S. (Samuel), 1737 or 8-1789. / Author. : To the Reverend the Master, the President, and Mr. Story. Gentlemen, as the period is arrived, when it is more agreeable to deliver our sentiments in writing, than by a personal attendance, we communicate to you the result of the journey to Weston [electronic resource].
Reeve, Thomas, 1700-1780. : A cure for the epidemical madness of drinking tar water, [electronic resource] : lately imported from Ireland by a certain R-t R-d Doctor. In a letter to his L-p. By T. R. M.D.
Reeve, W. D. (William Day), 1844-1925. : The Gospel of St. Luke translated into the Slavé language for Indians of North-West America : in the syllabic character / [by Bishop William Carpenter Bompas and Archdeacon W. D. Reeve].
Reeve, W. (William), d. 1759. : The gamester, a true story [electronic resource] : on which the Tragedy of that Name, Now acting at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane, Is Founded. Translated from the Italian.