Collier, George -- Trials, litigation, etc. : Report of the important case of George Collier, for himself, as well as for Our Sovereign Lord the King versus the Cutter Dispatch [electronic resource] : tried in the Admiralty Court of Fort William, on Tuesday the 4th of February, 1817.
Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726. And ecclesiastical history of Great Britain. : More news from Salisbury. [electronic resource] : Viz. I. An examination of some parts of the Bishop of Sarum's sermon, and charge at his late triennial visitation. II. A Vindication of Mr. Collier, from his Lordship's Aspersions on Account of the Second Volume of his Ecclesiastical History. III. A View of the Present State of the Church of England; Submitted to the Clergy of the Diocese of Sarum. By the author of three letters to the Bishop of Salisbury.
Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726 -- Caricatures and cartoons. : The stage-Beaux toss'd in a blanket [electronic resource] : or, hypocrisie alamode; expos'd in a true picture of Jerry ----- a pretending scourge to the English stage. A comedy. With a prologue on occasional conformity; being a full Explanation of the Poussin Doctor's Book; and an Epilogue on the Reformers. Spoken at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane.
Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726 -- Church history. : A specimen of the gross errors in the second volume of Mr. Collier's Ecclesiastical history: being a vindication of the Right Reverend and Learned Dr. Gilbert Burnet, late Bishop of Sarum, from the several reflections made on him and his history of the Reformation; in the several places of it noted in a late advertisement in the Evening post, No 2254 [electronic resource].
Collier, Jeremy, 1650-1726. Disswasive from the play-house. : The person of quality's answer to Mr. Collier's letter, [electronic resource] : Being a Disswasive from the Play-House. In which are Inserted the Apologies of a Young Lady, and Young Gentleman, in behalf of the Ladies and Gentlemen who frequent the Play-House.