Douglass, William, ca. 1700-1752. : A Letter to Doctor Zabdiel Boylston; occasion'd by a late dissertation concerning inoculation, printed at Boston. [electronic resource] : [Three lines in Latin from Lucan]
Bryant, Jacob, 1715-1804. : Remarks on some passages in Mr. Bryant's publications : respecting the war of Troy. By the editor of the voyage of Hanno.
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 1646-1716. : Die mathematischen Studien von G. W. Leibniz zur Kombinatorik : auf Grund fast ausschliesslich handschriftlicher Aufzeichnungen / dargelegt und kommentiert von Eberhard Knobloch.
Pirie, Alex. (Alexander). : An exposition of the one, only, true and efficacious baptism of Christ : addressed more particularly to the inhabitants of Scotland, for their information concerning the doctrine of the people called Quakers, in Relation to the Subject: Wherein the objections advanced against it by Alexander Pirie in his Dissertatio on baptism are examined and answered. By George Bewley.
Pirie, Alexander, 1737-1804. : An exposition of the one, only, true and efficacious baptism of Christ : addressed more particularly to the inhabitants of Scotland, for their information concerning the doctrine of the people called Quakers, in Relation to the Subject: Wherein the objections advanced against it by Alexander Pirie in his Dissertatio on baptism are examined and answered. By George Bewley.
Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809. : The decline and fall of the English system of finance. [electronic resource] / By Thomas Paine, author of Common sense, Rights of man, Age of reason, &c.
Churchman, John, 1753-1805. : Proposals for publishing, by John Churchman, author of The magnetic atlas, a dissertation on gravitation: containing conjectures concerning the cause of the several kinds of attraction [electronic resource].
Ridgley, Thomas, 1667?-1734. : Infant-Baptism no institution of Christ; and the rejection of it justified from scripture and antiquity. In answer to Mr. Fowler Walker's book, entituled, A defence of infant-baptism, &c. To which are annex'd, animadversions on the Reverend Dr. Thomas Ridgley's Dissertation on Infant-Baptism. By David Rees.
Weston, William, : Another dissertation on the mutual support of trade and civil liberty. : Addressed to the author of the former.
Bell, William, 1731-1816. : A vindication of commerce and the arts : proving that they are the source of the greatness, power, riches and populousness of a state. Being an examination of Mr. Bell's Dissertation upon populousness, read in the Schools, and honoured with the Lord Viscount Townshend's Prize, by the University of Cambridge. Wherein Mr. Bell's Calumnies on Trade are answered, his Arguments refuted, his System exploded, and the principal causes of Populosity assigned. With a large appendix, Containing Remarks on that part of the Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times, which relates to Trade and Commerce. By I---- B----, M.D.
Bartholomew, Andrew, 1714-1776. : A letter to the Reverend Mr. Bartholomew of Harwinton: [electronic resource] : containing a few remarks, upon some of his arguments and divinity, which he has lately published to the world, in a pamphlet, entitled, A dissertation on the qualifications necessary to a lawful profession and enjoying special ordinances, &c. / By Israel Holly, Pastor of a Congregational church in Suffield. ; [Six lines from Bartholomew]
Winchester, Thomas, 1713?-1780. : A gross imposition upon the public detected : or, Archbishop Cranmer vindicated from the charge of Pelagianism. Being a brief answer to a pamphlet entitled "A dissertation on the Seventeenth Article of the Church of England: Wherein the "sentiments of the Compilers, and other "contemporary Reformers, on the Subject "of the divine Decrees are fully deduced "from their own Writings. " In a letter to the dissertator. By the author of Pietas Oxoniensis, and of Goliath slain.
Reynolds, George. : A letter to a lady : wherein The Canonical Authority of St. Matthew's Gospel is defended; The Bishop of London's Third Pastoral Letter vindicated; and The Misrepresentations and Forgeries contain'd in a late Pamphlet, entitled, A Dissertation or Enquiry concerning the Canonical Authority of the Gospel according to St. Matthew, and the Reasons upon which it hath been anciently rejected by Hereticks, are laid open to the meanest Capacity.
Reynolds, George. : A second defence of the Dissertation or inquiry concerning the Gospel according to Matthew. : Occasioned by the Bishop of London's third pastoral letter. Being a full answer to all the Reverend Mr. Twells hath offer'd in Three Tracts, wrote in Vindication of the said Gospel. By a Layman.
Le Courayer, Pierre François, 1681-1776. : A defence of the Dissertation on the validity of the English ordinations. : Against the several answers made to it... In two volumes. .. By the author of the Dissertation..
Le Courayer, Pierre François, 1681-1776. : Remarks upon F. Le Courayer's book in defence of the English ordinations. Wherein all his arguments are fully answered, and the invalidity of the English ordinations ... proved. By Clerophilus Alethes.
Pernety, Antoine-Joseph, 1716-1801. : Recherches philosophiques sur les Aḿericains : ou ḿemoires int́eressants pour servir ̀a l'histoire de l'espece humaine. Par Mr. De P***. Avec une dissertation sur L'Aḿerique & les Aḿericains, par Don Pernety. Tome I.
Linguet, Simon Nicolas Henri, 1736-1794. : Letters and papers on agriculture, planting, &c. selected from the correspondence-book of the Society instituted at Bath, for the encouragement of agriculture, arts, manufactures, and commerce, within the Counties of Somerset, Wilts, Glocester, and Dorset, and the City and County of Bristol. To which is added, an appendix; containing, a proposal for the further improvement of agriculture; By a Member of the Society; and a translation of Mons. Hirzel's letter to Dr. Tissot, in Answer to Mons. Linguet's Treatise on Bread-Corn and Bread. By another Member of the Society.
Kennedy, John, -1760. : Some conjectures relative to a very antient piece of money lately found at Eltham in Kent : Endeavouring to Restore it to the Place it merits in the Cimeliarch of English Coins, and to prove it a Coin of Richard the First King of England of that Name. To which are added some remarks on a dissertation (lately published) on Oriuna the supposed wife of Carausius, and on the Roman Coins there mentioned. By Charles Clarke, Late of Baliol College, Oxford.
Dissertation upon the constitution of the Roman Senate, by a gentleman. : Observations : on I. The answer of M. L'Abb́e de Vertot to the late Earl Stanhope's Inquiry, concerning the senate of ancient Rome: Dated December 1719. II. A dissertation upon the constitution of the Roman senate, by a gentleman: Published in 1743. III. A treatise on the Roman senate, by Dr. Conyers Middleton: Published in 1747. IV. An essay on the Roman senate, by Dr. Thomas Chapman: Published in 1750. By Mr. Hooke.