Catelogs, Book -- Early works to 1800. : A catalogue of books selected from the libraries of several persons deceased [electronic resource] : Amongst which are the following: Dugdale's Baronage, 2 vol. -Hist. of St. Pauls, best Edit. Stevens's Continuat. of Dugdale's Monast. Clarendon's Hist. 3 vol. Thoresby's Antiquities of Leeds. Plott's Antiquities of Staffordsh. - of Oxfordshire Wright's Antiq. of Rutlandshire. Guillim's Heraldry. Millar's Gardiners Dictionary. Gibson's Camden, 2 vol. Burnet's own Times, 2 vol. Rapin's Hist. of England, 2 vol. Jenkins's 8 Cent. of Reports. Wood's Instit. of the Laws of Eng. Patrick, Louth, and Whitby, 6 vol. Poli Synopsis, 5 vol. Hammond on the New Test. Poole's Annotations, 2 vol. Nichols on the Common Prayer. Cypriani Op. a Fell. Millii Nov. Test. Gr. Baxter's Works, 4 vol. Tillotson's Sermons. Flavell's Works, 2 vol. Raleigh's Hist. of the World. Book of Martyrs, 3 vol. Stanley's Lives of the Philosoph. D'anvers's Abridgment, 2 vol. Abridgment of Cases in Equity. Bridgman's Conveyancer. Which, with a great Variety of other Books, will begin to be Sold very Cheap, the lowest Price b
Cater, Samuel, d. 1711 -- Early works to 1800. : The liberty of an apostate conscience discovered: [electronic resource] : being a plain narrative of the controversie long depending between Francis Bugg, and officious agent in William Rogerss [sic] behalf and quarrel, on the one part: and Samuel Cater a[n]d George Smith, prisoners for the testimony of Jesus in Ely goal, on the other part[.] With their answer to his painted harlot, &c. Whereby F.B's liberty of conscience is proved an injurious bondage. Published for the information of all friends of truth, and others concerned: and for caution to all such agents as have promoted or spread the late books of Fr. Bugg and W. Rogers.