Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. : The tryal and condemnation of Don Prefatio D'Asaven' : for endeavouring to resist, subvert, and totally destroy the doctrines of passive-obedience, indefeasible hereditary-right, and a---y power: with his speech at the place of execution, in which are some remarks upon Jack Ketch's being lately turn'd Tory, and the letter pretended to be written by the Lord W-n to the B--p of St. A--h.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. -- Bibliography -- Bibliography. : Contributions towards a bibliography of Gulliver's travels, to establish the number and order of issue of the Motte editions of 1726 and 1727, their relative accuracy and the source of the changes made in the Faulkner edition of 1735, with a list of editions in a private collection.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745 -- Library -- Catalogs. : A Catalogue of books belonging to Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Aug. 19, 1715 : a facsimile of Swift's autograph with an introduction and alphabetic catalogue / by William LeFanu.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. : [The] Revd. Dr. S---- answer to the di[s]tress'd maids petition, [blank] being a state of the case, setting forth the plaintiffs condition. Ditto, in imitation of Frances Harris's petition.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. : Merlinus liberatus : being an almanack for the year of our blessed Saviour's incarnation 1708. And from the Creation of the World, according to the best of Prophane History, 5657. But by the Account of Holy Scripture, 5670. It being the Bissextile or Leap-Year. And the Nineteenth of our Deliverance by K. William from Popery and Arbitrary Government: But the Twelfth from the Horrid Popish Jacobite Plot In which is contained Things fitting for such a Work: As the Diurnal Motion of the Planets, Conjunctions, Lunations, Eclipses, Astrological Observations on the Twelve Months, and the Four Quarters of the Year. A Nativity of a violent Death. An Offer about the Division of the Heavens, proving this in general Use false and groundless; and desiring they that Use it would Amend it. Also a merry Story of a Conjurer at Addgate, that alters Constitutions, &c. Calculated and referr'd to the Meridian of London, Whose Longitude Latitude is 24 51 degr. 20 32 Minutes. By John Partridge, Student in Physick and Astrology, at the Blue Bull in Salisbury-Street in the Strand, Lon.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. : A defence of English commodities. : Being an answer to the Proposal for the universal use of Irish manufactures, and Utterly rejecting and renouncing every Thing that is Wearable that comes from England. Frangimur si Collidimur. To which is annexed, An elegy upon the much lamented death of Mr. Demar, the famous Rich Man, who Died at Dublin the 6th Day of July, 1720. Written by Dean Swift.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. : The scots nation and union vindicated : from the reflections cast on them, in an infamous libel, entitl'd, The publick spirit of the Whigs, &c. In which the most Scandalous Paragraphs contain'd therein are fairly Quoted, and fully Answer'd.
Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. -- Early works to 1800. : By the Queen, a proclamation, for discovering the author of a false, malicious, and factious libel, intituled, The publick spirit of the whigs, set forth in their generous encouragement of the author of the Crisis, with some observations on the seasonableness, candor, erudition, and style of that treatise..