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- [London] : J. Pitts, 6, Great St. Andrew Street, [between 1802 and 1819]
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Biggle sheep book [microform] : something practical about sheep, all wool and a yard wide, mutton chops cooked to suit the taste of the most fastidious / by Jacob Biggle.
- Philadelphia : W. Atkinson Co., 1912.
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Item details Access Status Call Number Location Request in advance Request *ZV-1006 Offsite Request in advance Request VPR (Biggle, J. Biggle sheep book) [Text] Offsite
The works of Mr. Henry Ward, comedian. [electronic resource] : Consisting of dramatick pieces, poems, prologues, epilogues, epigrams, epitaphs, songs, tales, &c. Particularly The Happy Lovers; or, The Beau Metamorphos'd. A Ballad Farce. The Petticoat - Plotter; or, More Ways than one for a Wife. A Farce. The Widow's Wish; or, An Equipage of Lovers. A Farce. The Lucky Thought; or, The Child laid to the wrong Father. Advice to an aspiring young Lady. Miss Giggle's Wish. The Mock Lover. Love and a Mutton Chop. A Receipt to make Love. The Peevish Quadriller. Broken Courtship; or, The Couple pleas'd. On being Expell'd a Lady's Company. On two young Ladies Ironing their Linnen. A Ploughman's Ditty to a Country Curate. An humourous Epistle, from Miss Polly Wou'd-be, to Miss Betty Forward. A short (but true) Description of London. Great Noses and little Mouths, &c. &c. &c.
- London : printed for the author, by T. Gardner, at Cowley's Head, opposite St. Clement's Church in the Strand, M,DCC,XLVI. 
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- Mixed material
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Item details Access Status Call Number Location Permit needed Available Pforz MS Schwarzman Building - Pforzheimer Collection Room 319