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The Fatal falsehood: a tragedy. as it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, In Covent-Garden. By The Author Of Percy. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1779 
Call No: [B.159] 
The Good militia man, or, the man that's worth a host. Being, a new song, by honest Dan, the ploughboy, now turned soldier. 
Year: 1790 
Call No: [B.186] 
The Grand assizes; or, general goal delivery. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.186] 
The Hackney coachman; or, the way to get a good fare. To the tune of "I wish I was a fisherman." &c. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.186] 
The Hampshire tragedy: shewing how a servant maid first robbed her master, and was afterwards struck dead for telling a lie. A true story. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.186] 
The Happy waterman. To which is added a hymn of praise for an abundant harvest. 
Edition: New ed. 
Year: 1830 
Call No: Writers' Sequence MOR 
The History of Mr. Bragwell; or, the two wealthy farmers. Part III. 
Year: 1796 
Call No: [B.186] 
The History of Mr. Fantom, the new fashioned philosopher and his man William. 
Year: 1797 
Call No: [B.186] 
The History of Tom White, the postilion. 
Year: 1795 
Call No: [B.186] 
The History of Tom White, the postillion. 
Year: 1795 
Call No: [B.186]