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1748. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Session Laws.

[192] ANNO REGNI GEORGII II, REGIS Magna Britannia, Francia, & Hibernia, VICESSIMO SECUNDO. AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BEGUX AND HELD AT THE College, IX Williamsburg, on Thurs-day, THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF October, IN THE TWENTY SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF OUR SOVER EIGN LORD GEORGE II. BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF Great-Britain, France, AND Ireland, King, DEFENDER OF THE FAITII, &c. AND IN THE YEAR OF QUE LORD 1748. [Williamsburg: William Parks.)

Caption Title. 40 pp. 43.5x21 cm. There are only 40 pp. remaining of this copy. Hening, Statutes at Large, Vol. V. 1738-48, pp. 408-588 and Vol. VI, 1748-1755, pp. 9-215. gives LXXVII acts, for this session of the Assembly. The copy of “Acts” (from which this entry is made) in the State Law Library of Virginia contains only XX acts and half of the XXI, the remaining pages having been lost.

Reprinted: Hening, Statutes at Large ... of Virginia, V, 408-558, and VI, 9-215.

State Law Library of Virginia. 1748. HOUSE OF BURGESSES. Journal.

[193] THE / JOURNAL 1:1/ OF THE / HOUSE OF BURGESSES. / AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BEGUN AND / HELD AT THE COLLEGE, IN WILLIAMSBURG, ON/ THURSDAY, THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF / OCTOBER, IX THE TWENTY SECOND YEAR OF / TILE REIGN OF Our SOVEREIGN LORD GEORGE / II. BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF GREAT BRITAIN, / FRANCE, AND IRELAND, King, DEFENDER OF THE / FAITH, &C. AND IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD / 1748. / WILLIAMSBURG: / PRINTED BY WILLIAM PARKS, M.DCC.XLVIII. /

Text [2], 4, [2], 5-181 pp. 35x22.5 cm. (Oct. 27, 1748-May 11, 1749.) References: Annual Report of the Library of Congress; (Defective, lack

American Historical Association, ing pp. 89-181.)

1897, p. 435; Evans, 2, No. 6435. 1749. THOMSON, JOHN.

[194] AN / EXPLICATION / OF THE ! Shorter Catechism. / COMPOSED BY THE ASSEMBLY OF DIVINES, / COMMONLY CALLED, THE / Westminster ASSEMBLY. / WHEREIN / THE SEVERAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS OF THE SAID Shorter Catechism, ARE RESOLVED, DIVIDED, AND TAKEN APART INTO / SEVERAL UNDER-QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS; IN ORDER TO RENDER THE WHOLE MORE PLAIN AND EASY TO BE UNDERSTOOD, NOT ONLY / BY THE YOUNG ARISING GENERATION, BUT ALSO, BY THE MORE / WEAK AND IGNORANT, OF MORE ADVANCED YEARS; THAT THEY / ALL MAY BE HELPED FORWARD IN THEIR GROWTH IN KNOWLEDGE, / AND ACQUAINTANCE WITH THE DOCTRINES OF FAITH, AND PRIN- / CIPLES OF OUR HOLY PROTESTANT REFORMED CHRISTIAN RELIGION. / BY JOHN THOMSON, M. A. & V. D. M. / IN THE COUNTY OF A MELIA. / ... Williamsburg: / PRINTED BY WILLIAM Parks, MDCCXLIX. /

Title page. "To the Reader," pp. iii-vii. "The Dedication," pp. viii. xiv. Text, 190 pp. 17.5x11.5 cm. Second Title:

AN / APPENDIX, / CONTAINING THE / ARTICLES / OF, THE / CHURCII OF England, / AGREED UPON IN A CONVOCATION AT London, In / THE YEAR 1552. IN TIE REIGN OF Edward VI, AND AFTER- / WARDS CONFIRMED, PROMULGATED, AND RATIFIED, IN THE REIGNS / OF QUEEN Elizabeth, King James I, AND

King Charles I. / AND WHICH, EVER SINCE, HAVE BEEN HELD AND ACKNOWL-
EDGED / TO CONTAIN AND EXPRESS THE ARTICLES OF FAITH OR DOCTRINES /
OF THE CHRISTIAN RELIGION, AS PROFESSED AND TAUGHT IN THAT / CHURCH:/
AND WHICH ARE HERE REDUCED INTO FORM OF A Catechism; / EVERY ARTI-
CLE HAVING A SUITABLE QUESTION PREFIXED, UNTO / WHICH THE ARTICLE
FOLLOWING GIVES AN ANSWER. / TOGETHER WITH NIXE ASSERTIONS OF Lam-
beth, COMPOSED IN THE / YEAR 1595. BY THE ARCHBISHOPS AND BISHOPS, &c
OF THE / CHURCH. / AND ALSO, AN EXTRACT OF THE ARTICLES OF THE
CHURCH OF / IRELAND, (i, e. CHURCH OF England in Ireland,) AGREED /
U PON BY THE PRINCIPAL CLERGY OF THAT KINGDOM, IN THE / YEAR 1615, IN
Dublin. / Williamsburg: PRINTED BY W. PARKS, / M.DCC.XLIX. /
Title page. “To the Reader," vi pp. Text, 14 pp. 17.5x11.5 cm.

Virginia Historical Society. 1749.

[1951 VIRGINIA ALMANAC FOR THE YEAR, 1750. (1749.] 16 leaves. 15x19 cm. Title page and leaves 2 and 3 are missing.

Library of Congress. 1750.

11961 THE / VIRGINIA / ALMANACK / FOR THE YEAR OF OU'R / LORD GOD 1751. / BEING THE THIRD AFTER / BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP-YEAR. / WHEREIN ARE CONTAINED, / THE LUNATIOxs, CoxJIGATIONS, ECLIPSES; / THE INCREASE, DECREASE, AND LENGTII OF TIIE / DAYS AND NIGHTS, THE SUN AND Moon's / RISING AND SETTING; THE Rising, SETTING, AND / SOUTHING OF THE HEAVENLY Bodies; COURT / Days, &c. / CALCULATED ACCORDING TO ART; / AND REFERRED TO THE HORIZON OF THIRTY / EIGIIT DEGREES NORTH LATITUDE, AND A MERIDIAN / OF FIVE HOURS WEST FROM THE CITY OF LONDOX; / FITTING VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, NORTII- / CAROLINA, &c. WILLIAMSBURG: Printed and Sold by William Hunter. (1750.) 16 leaves. 15x9 cm.

Library of Congress; Virginia Historical

Society (title page mutilated). 1751. DAVIES, Reverend SAMUEL (1723-1761.)

[197] MISCELLANEOUS / POEMS, / CHIEFLY ON / DIVINE SUBJECTS. / In / Two Books. / PUBLISHED FOR THE RELIGIOUS ENTERTAINMENT OF CHRISTIANS IN GENERAL, / By SAMUEL DAVIES, V. D. M. IN Hanover, / Virginia. / ... Williamsburg: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY WILLIAM HUNTER, M.DCC,LI. /

Title page. "The Preface,” iii-xiii; “Errata," [1] p. Text, 136 pp. "The Index", [2] pp. 17.5x11 cm. Reference: Evans, 3, No. 6834.

Boston Public Library. 1751. DAVIES, Reverend SAMUEL (1723-1701.)

(198) THE / State of Religion / AMONG / THE PROTESTANT DISSENTERS / IN / Virginia: / IX A LETTER / TO TIE Rev. MR. Joseph Bellamy, / OF Bethlem ix New England ; / FROM THE REVEREND / MR. SAMUEL DAVIES, V. D. M., / IN Hanover County, Virginia. / ... Boston, N. E.: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY S. KNEELAND. IN QUEEN-STREET. / OPPOSITE THIE Prison. M DCCLI. /

Title page. Text, pp. 3-44. 17x10.5 cm. Reference: Evans, 3, No. 6657.

Boston Public Library: American Anti

quarian Society; Boston Athenæm. 1751.

(199) THE / VIRGINIA / ALMANACK, / FOR THE YEAR OF OUR / LORD God 1752./ BEING / BISSEXTILE, OR LEAY-YEAR, / WHEREIN ARE CONTAINED, / THE LUNATIONS, CONJUGATIONS, ECLIPSES; / THE INCREASE, DECREASE, AND LENGTH OF THE/DAYS AND NIGHTS, THE SUN AND Moon's / RISING AND SETTING; THE RISING, SETTING AND / SOUTHING OF THE HEAVENLY BODIES. / Days, WEATHER, CURE OF FATAL DISEASE, / DIRECTIONS TO PLANTERS, &c. &c. / CALCULATED ACCORDING TO ART; / AND REFERRED TO THE HORIZON OF T'HIRTY / EIGHT DEGREES NORTH LATITUDE, AND A MERIDIAN / OF FIVE HOURS WEST FROM THE CITY OF LONDON; / FITTING VIRGINIA, MARYLAND, NORTH CAROLINA, &c. /... Williamsburg: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY WILLIAM HUNTER. / [1751.)

16 leaves. 15x9 cm. On pages 4-5 is “Some account of the Act of Parliament for regulating the commencement of the year, and correcting the Calendar."

Virginia Historical Society; Lenox

Library; Library of Congress. 1751.

[200] THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE. WITH THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC. [COLOPHON:) WILLIAMSBURG: PRINTED BY WILLIAM HUNTER, AT THE Post-OFFICE; BY WHOM PERSONS MAY BE SUPPLIED WITH THIS PAPER. ADVERTISEMENTS OF A MODERATE LENGTH ARE INSERTED FOR THREE SHILLINGS THE FIRST WEEK, AND T'wo SHILLINGS EACII WEEK AFTER.

The Lenox Library, New York, has file of this Gazette, from February 28, 1750 / 1 (Number 9) to December 27, 1751 (Number 52) inclusive. 1752. SMITH, E.

[201] THE COMPLEAT HOUSEWIFE; OR, ACCOMPLISH'D GENTLEWOMAN's conPANION: BEING A COLLECTION OF SEVERAL HUNDRED OF THE MOST APPROVED RECEIPTS, IN COOKERY, PASTRY, CONFECTIONARY, PRESERVING, PICKLES, CAKES. CREAMS, JELLIES, MADE WINES, CORDIALS. AND ALSO PILLS OF FARE FOR EVERY MONTH IN THE YEAR. TO WHICH IS ADDED, A COLLECTION OF NEAB TWO HUNDRED RECEIPTS OF MEDICINES, VIZ. DRINKS, SYRUPS, SALVES, OINTMENTS, AND MANY OTHER THINGS OF SOVEREIGN AND APPROVED EFFICACY IN MOST DISTEMPERS, PAINS, ACHES, WOUNDS, SORES, &C. NEVER BEFORE MADE PUBLICK IN THESE PARTS: FIT EITHER FOR PRIVATE FAMILIES, OR SI'CH PUBLICK SPIRITED GENTLEWOMEN AS WOULD BE BENEFICENT TO THEIR POOR NEIGHBOURS . . . COLLECTED FROM THE SIXTH EDITION. WILLIAMSBURG: PRINTED AND SOLD BY WILLIAM HUNTER. 1752.

This is from Evans' American Bibliography, 3, No. 6934. 1752. STITH, Reverend WILLIAM (1689-1755.)

[202] The Sinfulness and pernicious Nature of / Gaming. / A / SERMON / PREACHED BEFORE THE / General Assembly / oF / Virginia: / AT WILLIAMSBURG, March 1st 1752. / By WILLIAM STITH, A. M./ Rector of HENRICO Parish. / Publish'd at the Request of the House of Burgesses. / Williamsburg: / PRINTED AND SOLD BY WILLIAM HUNTER, 1752. /

Title page, verso, “Abstract from the Journal of the House of Burgesses," requesting the printing of the sermon. Dedication, “To the Hon. ourable Robert Dinwiddie, Esq.”, pp. 3-4. Text, pp. 5-27. Text, Exodus XX, part of v. 17, “Thou shalt not covet.” 16.5x10.2 cm.

Boston Athenæum.

1752.

[203] THE / Virginia / ALMANACK, / FOR THE YEAR OF OUR / LORD God, 1753./ BEING THE FIRST AFTER / BISSEXTILE, OR LEAP-YEAR. / WHEREIN ARE CONTAINED, / THE LUNATIONS, CONJUNCTIONS, ECLIPSES; / THE INCREASE DECREASE, AND LENGTH OF THE DAYS / AND NIGHTS; THE SUN AND Moon's RISING AND / SETTING; THE RISING, SETTING, AND SOUTHING OF / THE HEAVENLY BODIES; WEATHER; COURT / DAYS, THE METHOD OF MAKING WINE; CURE OF / A FATAL DISEASE; METHOD OF MAKING INDIGO; / CURE OF Poisons &c. / CALCULATED ACCORDING TO ART; / AND REFERRED TO THE HORIZON OF 38 DEGREES / North LATITUDE, AND A MERIDIAN OF FIVE HOURS West / FROM THE CITY OF London, FITTING Virginia, Maryland, / North Carolina, &c. / Williamsburg: PRINTED AND SOLD BY WILLIAM HUNTER. I [1752.] 16 leaves. 15x9 cm.

Library of Congress; Lenox Library. 1752,

[204] THE VIRGINIA GAZETTE. WITII THE FRESHEST ADVICES, FOREIGN ANB DOMESTIC. [COLOPHON:] WILLIAMSBURG: PRINTED BY WILLIAM HUNTER, AT THE Post-OFFICE; BY WHOM PERSONS MAY BE SUPPLIED WITH THIS PAPER. ADVERTISEMENTS OF A MODERATE LENGTH ARE INSERTED FOR THREE SHILLINGS THE FIRST WEEK, AND Two SHILLINGS EACH WEEK AFTER.

The Lenox Library, New York, has file of this Gazette from January 2, 1752 (Number 53), to December 22, 1752 (Number 102), inclusive. 1752. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Revisal of Laws.

[205] THE / Acts / OF / ASSEMBLY, / Now IN FORCE, IN THE COLONY OF / VIRGINIA. / WITH THE / TITLES OF SUCH AS ARE EXPIRED, OR REPEALED; ! NOTES IN THE MARGIN, SHEWING HOW, AND AT / WHAT TIME THEY WERE REPEALED: / AND / AN EXACT TABLE TO THE WHOLE. / Publish'd pursuant to an Order of the GENERAL ASSEMBLY. / (VIGNETTE: SEAL OF COLONY.) Williamsburg: / PRINTED BY WILLIAM HUNTER. MDCCLII. /

Title page. "A Catalogue of all the Public Acts of Assembly, In Force and Use, June 11, 1751,” vi pp. “The Acts,” pp. 1-411. “Errata," [1] p. "Index," pp. 413-455. 36x22.5 cm.

Note: Some copies of this publication contain "A List of the Subscribers," (4) pp., immediately following the title. In some copies the page of "Errata" follows the "Index" instead of preceding it.

This was the second revisal of the laws of Virginia printed in the colony. References: Bryan, p. 67; Evans, Virginia State Library; State Law Li3, No. 6941.

brary of Virginia; Virginia Historical Society; New York Historical Society; Association of the Bar of the City of New York; American Antiquarian Society; New York State Library; Massachusetts State Library; Library of Congress;

Lenox Library. 1752. GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Session Laws. (First Session.) [206]

ANNO REGNI GEORGII II, REGIS Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, vi CESSIMO QUINTO. AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY, BEGUN AND HELD

AT THE COLLEGE, IN Williamsburg, ON Thursday THE TWENTY SEVENTH
DAY OF February, IN TIIE TWENTY FIFTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF So-
VEREIGN LORD GEORGE II. BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF Great-Britain, France,
AND Ireland, King, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH, &C. AND IN THE YEAR OF OUR
LORD, 1752. [Williamsburg: William Hunter.)

Caption Title. 47 pp. [1] p. 34.5x23.5 cm.
Reprinted: Hening, Statutes at Large ... of Virginia, VI, 217-324.
Reference: Evans, 3, No. 6942.

State Law Library of Virginia; Li-
brary of Congress; Historical So-
ciety of Pennsylvania; New York
Historical Society; American Anti-
quarian Society; Association of the
Bar of the City of New York; Lenox

Library. 1752. HOUSE OF BURGESSES Journal. (FIRST SESSION.)

[207] TUE / JOURNAL / OF THE / HOUSE OF BURGESSES. / AT A GENERAL ASSEMBLY BEGUN / AND HELD AT THE COLLEGE IN Williamsburg, / On Thursday THE TWENTY SEVENTH DAY OF / February, IN THE TWENTY FIFTH YEAR OF THE / REIGN OF OUR SOVEREIGN LORD GEORGE II. / BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF Great-Britain, / France, AND Ireland, KING, DEFENDER OF/TIE FAITH, &c., AND IN TIIE YEAR OF OUR LORD/1752./ (VIGNETTE: THE SEAL OF THE COLOxy.) Williamsburg: / PRINTED BY WILLIAM HUNTER, MDCCLII./

Title page. 124 pp. 27.5x18 cm. (27 February, 1752-20 April, 1752.) Reprinted: Mcllwaine, Journals of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, 1752-1758 (Richmond, 1909.) pp. 3-100. References: Annual Report of the Virginia State Library; Library of

American Historical Associa Congress; New York State Library. tion, 1897, p. 435; Evans, 3, No. 6943.

1753. DAVIES, Reverend SAMUEL, (1723-1761.)

[208] A SERMON, PREACHED BEFORE THE REVEREND PRESBYTERY OF NEW-CasTLE, OCTOBER 11, 1752. By S. DAVIES, V. D. M. IN HANOVER, VIRGINIA. PUBLISHED AT THE DESIRE OF THE PRESBYTERY AND CONGREGATION. PHILADELPIIIA: PRINTED BY B. FRANKLIN, AND D. HALL AT THE NEW PRINTING

OFFICE, IN MARKET-STREET. M, DCLIII. pp. V, 38. 8vo. References: Evans, 3, No. 6987; Library of Congress.

Sabin, V, 245. 1753. STITH, Reverend WILLIAM (1689-1755.)

[209] THE / HISTORY OF THE / FIRST DISCOVERY / AND / SETTLEMENT / OF/ Virginia. / ... By William Stith, A. M. / PRESIDENT OF THE COLLEGE OF William AND Mary / IN VIRGINIA. / ... Virginia, PRINTED: London, REPRINTED FOR S. BERT / IN Ave-Mary-Lane. / M.DCC.LII. /

Title page. Preface, viii pp. Text, 331 pp. 19.8x12.5 cm.

Second Title: AN / APPENDIX / TO THE / FIRST PART OF THE / HISTORY | OF / VIRGINIA: / CONTAINING / A COLLECTION OF SUCH ANCIENT CHARTERS / OR LETTERS PATENT, AS RELATE TO THAT PERIOD / OF TIME, AND ARE STILL

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