Devon Booksellers and Printers in the 17th and 18th Centuries

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W.H. Luke, 1885 - 39 pages
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Page 58 - Readers are asked to protect Library books from rain, etc. Any volumes which are lost, defaced with notes, or otherwise damaged, may have to be replaced by the Reader responsible.
Page 65 - The Way to be Wise and Wealthy ; or, the excellency of Industry and Frugality, as the due and regular Exercise thereof is the necessary Means of procuring the Happiness of this Life, and preparing for that of a Better. Recommended in particular to the Gentleman, Scholar, Soldier, Trader, Sailor, Artificer, Husbandman. With a short Preface, perswading all Protestants to lay aside PartyPrejudices, and to Unite and Love one another. By Mr. John Sowter.
Page 58 - Term only (closed in Vacations). The Library is closed for ten days at Christmas and at Easter. on Encaenia Day. and for six weeks in August and September. This book should be returned on or before the latest date below: Readers are asked to protect Library books from rain, etc.
Page 66 - A letter to James Perce, with a word of advice to Him & his Followers. By Obadiah Faithful, a Ministring Friend of the People called Quakers. Exon: Printed by Jos. Bliss, a little without the EastGate. 1719. Price One Penny. 8vo. [Bodl.] A second Letter to Mr Eveleigh in Answer to his Sober Reply, &c.
Page 71 - An EXMOOR SCOLDING; in the propriety and decency of Exmoor language between two sisters, Wilmot Moreman and Thomasin Moreman. As they were spinning, also an Exmoor courtship.
Page 58 - Opening Hours: Monday to Friday: 9.30 am to 7 pm in Full Term. (9.30 am to 1 pm, and 2 pm to 4 pm in Vacations.) Saturday: 9.30 am to 12.30 pm in Full Term only (closed in Vacations). The Library is closed for ten days at Christmas and at Easter, on Encaenia Day, and for six weeks in August and S
Page 72 - An Exmoor Scolding, in the Propriety and Decency of Exmoor Language, between Two Sisters, Wilmot Moreman and Thomasin Moreman, as they were Spinning. Also, an Exmoor Courtship.
Page 76 - September gth, 1790, before a Society of Gentlemen educated at the Grammar Free-School, in that City. By John Churchill, BD Rector of Eggesford and Chawleigh, and Fellow of CCC Oxford. Exeter: Printed and Sold by R. Trewman and Son, and may be had of all other Booksellers. Price One Shilling. [1790.] 410, pp. 20. Text, Psalm ci., 2. [Plymouth Free Library.] R. Trewman &r Son, Fore Street.
Page 78 - An Exmoor Scolding; in the Propriety and Decency of Exmoor Language, between two sisters, Wilmot Moreman and Thomasin Moreman, as they were spinning. 4to. Exeter, 1746. Exmoor Courtship; or a suitoring Discourse in the Devonshire Dialect and mode near the Forest of Exmoor. 4to. Exeter, 1746. This
Page 84 - A Treatise concerning the Lawfulness of Instrumental Musick in Holy Offices. By Henry Dodwell, MA To which is prefixed, a Preface in Vindication of Mr Newte's Sermon, concerning the Lawfulness and Use of Organs in the Christian Church, &c.

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