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Britons! Your country needs you / Printed by Saunders & Cullingham, 2 & 3 Burgon Street, Carter Lane, London, E.C.

The Birth fygures

[Diagram from the Art of shooting in great ordnaunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

[Title page from the Art of shooting in great ordnaunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

[Page from The Art of shooting in great ordnaunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

[Page 9 from The Art of shooting in great ordnaunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

[Page 26 from the Art of shooting in great ordnaunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

[Page showing two numbered diagrams from the Art of shooting in great ordanunce... written by William Bourne. Imprinted at London for Thomas Woodcocke, 1587]

Orlando fvrioso : in English heroical verse, / by Iohn Haringto[n].Imprinted at London : By Richard Field ..., 1591.[18], 423, [11] p. : ill. ; 31 cm. (fol. in 6s)

Title page showing enormous serpent, "The Boas", with man in its mouth, in Edward Tobsell, The historie of serpents, London, William Jaggard, 1608

Actes and monvments of matters most special and memorable, happening in the Church, with an universall historie of the same ...London, The Company of Stationers, 1610.p. cm.

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Haklvytvs posthumus, or, Pvrchas his Pilgrimes : contayning a history of the world, in sea voyages, & lande-trauells /

Title page, with no illus., in William Wood, Nevv Englands prospect, London, by T. Cotes for J. Bellamie, 1634

[Illus. title page of The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes. Gathered by John Gerarde, London, 1636 - shows composite of scenes including figures of Ceres and Pomona, full-length portraits of Theophrastus (d. 287? B.C.) and Pedanius Discordies; also bust portrait (of the author?)]

[Title page of The Holy Bible (printed at London by Robert Barker, 1637) bordered by symbols of the 12 Tribes of Israel, oval portraits of the 12 Apostles, and of the 4 Evangelists & their symbolic attributes]

Title page of John Underhill, Newes from America, London, J.D. for Peter Cole, 1638

The whole book of Psalmes. London, Imprinted for the Company of Stationers, 1641.[1], 173, [18] l. 85 cm.

The true maner [sic] of the execution of Thomas Earle of Strafford, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, upon Towerhill, the 12th of May 1641 / W.H.

The Capitall lawes of New-England, as they stand now in force in the Commonwealth. By the Court, in the years 1641. 1642 ... Printed first in New-England, and reprinted in London for Ben Allen in Popes-head Allen. 1643.

[Alchemist and assistant in laboratory, with surrounding border of birds, flowers, and insects]

A parallel of the antient architecture with the modern, in a collection of ten principal authors who have written upon the five orders ... To which is added An account of architects and architecture, in an ... explanation of certain tearms ... affected by architects. With Leon Baptista Alberti's treatise Of statues. Made English for the benefit of builders by John Evelyn.London, Printed by T. Roycroft for J. Place, 1664.156 (i. e. 159) p. illus., port. 35 cm.

[Cellular structure of cork plant and cells of a honeycomb, with cork plant branch below]

[Microscopic view of blue fly and fly wing at right]

[Plant tissue, drawn from microscope view, including, at lower right, an oleander leaf]

[Microscope studies of structure of different types of seeds: tulip, stramonium, anagallis, coded arsmart, and azarum]

A Garden bean in one lobe of wch. the seminal root is layed bare, the radical cut transversly, [and] a piece of ye true skin

The London Gazette: Published by authority. From Thursday February 5th to Monday February 9th 1684 … Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy 1684. And Reprinted at Boston in New-England by Samuel Green, 1685.

Axiomata sive leges motus

To the King and Queen's most excellent majesties. The humble address and petition of the Governour, council, and convention of representatives of the people of your majesties collony of the Massachusets, in New-England [Regarding general restora

[Title page of John Locke, Two Treatises of Government (London, 1690)]

Animalium tabula generalis

A prospect of Bridge Town in Barbados 1695 by Samuel Copen / I. Kip fecit London.

London, Septemb. 27, Yesterday morning arrived three Holland mails, which bring the following advices ... London, Printed by J. Dawks, Re-printed at Boston in N. E. by B. Green & J. Allen, 1697.

New river water

Oh--You shall see, vat you shall see

Page 1 of The Spectator, (London, 1712-17), no. 81; Sat., June 2, 1711

From the London Gazette published by authority. From Tuesday November 23. To Saturday November 27, 1714. By the King, a proclamation. Declaring His Majesty’s pleasure for continuing the officers in His Majesty’s plantations, till His Majesty’s p

Map (of county divisions in the Margravate of Azilia), Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina, London, 1717

Title page, Robert Mountgomery, A discourse concerning ... establishment of a new colony to the South of Carolina ..., London, 1717

Lycopersicon, apples of love

General view of Covent Garden looking north, circa 1720, from an engraving by Sutton Nicholls

Some meditations concerning our honourable gentlemen and fellow-souldiers, in pursuit of those barbarous natives in the Narragansit-Country; and their service there. By an unfeigned friend. Re-printed at N. London, April 4, 1721.

Africa : corrected from the observations of the Royal Society at London and Paris. /

A young crocodile drawn from the life in London, October 1739

[Three trees undergoing plant physiology experiments, including demonstration that suction of roots can overcome the force of gravity] / S.G.

A sober reply in Christian love to a paragraph in Jonathan Edwards's discourse, delivered at New Haven, Sept. 10th, 1741. [New London, Printed by Timothy Green, 1741?].

An apology to the town, for himself and the bottle, by J.* Nick-all, Bedford Coffee-House, Covent Garden, Feb. the 6th

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753

The case of the German Protestant Churches settled in the Province of Pensylvania, and in North America. [Philadelphia: Printed by B. Franklin and D. Hall, 1753].

London &c. actually surveyed,

English credulity, or the invisible ghost

A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / / by H. Howard.

Glorious news. Boston. Friday 11 o’clock, 16th May 1766 This instant arrived here the Brig. Harrison, belonging to John Hancock, Esq; Captain Shubael Coffin, in 6 weeks and 2 days from London, with important news, as follows: From the London Gaz

Glorious news. Boston. Friday 11 o’clock, 16th May 1766 This instant arrived here the Brig Harrison, belonging to John Hancock, Esq; Captain Shubael Coffin, in 6 weeks and 2 days from London, with important news, as follows: From the London Gaze

Illus. of the Rectifier, in Andrew Wakeley, The Mariner's compass rectified, London, J. Mount and T. Page, 1766

In the year 1766 the settlers upon the New Hampshire Grants on the west side of the Green Mountains, appointed Samuel Robinson, Esq. of Bennington their agent to state to the King and Council of Great Britain the illegal and unjust proceedings o

[Title page of The dreadful visitation in a short account of the progress and effects of the plague]

A Plan for rebuilding the City of London after the Great Fire in 1666; Designed by that Great Architect Dr. Chris'r Wren & approved by King & Parliament but unhappily defeated by Faction

Beginning of text, illus. with royal seal, in Gt. Brit. Laws, statues, etc., 1760-1820 (George III), Anno regni Georgii III...At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the nineteenth day of May, 1761..., London, M. Baskett, 1767

New York, September 18, 1769. Advertisement. We are sorry to acquaint the public, that Thomas Richardson, jeweller, lately from London now living in the House of Mr. Thomas Grigg, Cabinet maker, has knowingly and wilfully, subjected himself to t

The conference

The city carriers

Sketch for the statue ordered to be erected to the memory of the late Wm. Beckford Esqr. by the Court of Common Council

The Lord Mayor's speech and the city petition about excise [on tobacco. Speech with illus. of meeting of the Common-Council of London]

Boston, December 1, 1773. Gentlemen, The Committee of correspondence for this Town had just prepared their letter covering the proceedings of the town at their two late meetings of the 5th and 18th ultimo, when a ship arrived from London with pa

[Frontis.: portrait of Phyllis Wheatley, and title p. of Wheatley, Poems on Various Subjects..., London, 1773]

New-York. July 25, 1774. Extract of a letter from London, by way of Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City. "the unhappy disputes which at present subsist between Great Britain and America, fill our minds with melancholy reflections, as the m

To the public. New York, October 27, 1774. Whereas Thomas Charles Williams, lately arrived in this city, from London, has in a most daring manner, insulted the inhabitants of British America, by purhasing and shipping 17 packages of tea, and say

A list of the addresses to the late Gov. Hutchinson, Taken from the London Gazetteer, and New Daily advertiser, on Saturday, September 24th, 1774. To the printer of the Gazetteer. The 8th of June last, a most servile, fallacious and adulatory ad

To the publick. The ship Lady Gage being arrived from London, with a considerable cargo of goods, many of which, it is proable were ordered (after the whole continent had declared for a non-importation) with a view of taking advantage of the pub

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

The plot discovered, communicated by letter from a worthy American patriot in London, to his friends in this Country, dated March 15, 1775. [New York? 1775].

Late advices from London. London. Proceedings in the Lower house of assembly. February 20, 1775 … Boston: Printed by Thomas & John Fleet. [1775].

A genuine letter from a well-known patriot at St. James’s to his friend in Boston, relative to the present distracted state of American affairs. Dated London, November 28, 1774. [Boston? 1775].

Boston, January 31, 1775. Yesterday a vessel arriv’d at Marblehead from Falmouth, in which, London papers were brought to the 12th of December, which were immediately sent to the Committee of correspondence of this town, containing. The King’s s

Ecce homo / B-b-y.

The address of the Lords and Commons to his Majesty, on the present state of America, &c. From the London Gazettee, of February 11. ... [Philadelphia] Printed by John Dunlap [1775].

New-York, September 8, 1775. The Ship Samson, Capt. Coupar, arrived here this morning in 8 weeks from London, by whom we are favoured with the following petition, which was to have been delivered to His Majesty the 14th of July, by the Lord Mayo

Dr. Auchmuty’s letter to Capt. Montresor, chief engineer, at Boston. New York, April 19, 1775. My dear Sir. Yesterday Capt. Coupar arrived from London; Rivington I conclude will have all the news in his paper, but for fear you should not get his

To the King's most excellent majesty, this view of the royal dock yard at Deptford [...] / painted by R. Paton, the figures by J. Mortimer ; engraved by W. Woollett.

The address, petition, and remonstrance of the city of London, to the King, in favour of the Americans, and their resolves, presented to his Majesty, July 5, 1775.

New York, July 1, 1776. By the arrival of Capt. Williams, at Philadelphia from St. Eustatia, we have the following letter, which was received in this City yesterday evening. London, April 9, 1776. It will no doubt be entertaining to you to know

Plan of Amelia Island in East Florida, north point of Amelia Island lyes in 30:55 north latitude 80:23 w. longitude from London, taken from De Brahm's Map of South Caroline & Georgia. A chart of the entrance into St. Mary's River,

Europe, Asia, Africa and America bringing intelligence to the genius of the London Magazine / desd. drawn and engraved by Bonnor.

DCM 0405: Potter Flute in C

[Title page of Experiments upon vegetables]

State of Vermont. In Council. Windsor, 7th June, 1779. Resolved, that the Captain-General's orders of the 6th of May last, to Colonel Ethan Allen, together with an extract of the proceedings of the adjourned Superior Court, held at Westminster,

Westminster election 1780 / E--g inv.

The encampment in Hyde Park MDCCLXXX / P. Sandby fecit.

The only booth in the fair - Portland & Co., late Shelburne / I. Boyne invt & exct, London.

Connecticut General Assembly, 1783, Newspaper Clippings of Resolution Designating New London and New Haven as Free Ports

New-York, November 26, Last Sunday night arrived the Lord Hyde Packet in 47 days from Falmouth. From the English papers brought we have extracted the following important advices. London. September 30. The definitive treaty, between Great-Britain

The encampment in St. James's Park MDCCLXXX