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A Sermon preached at the Consecration of the Parish Church of Werrington, by William Hole, M. A. 8vo.
Oxford. 1743. An Exmoor Scolding; in the Propriety and Decency of Exmoor Language, &c. 4to.
Eron. 1746. Exmoor Courtship, or a suitoring Discourse in the Devonshire Dialect and Mode near the Forest of Exmoor. 4to.
Exon. 1746. 25 An Exmoor Scolding, and an Exmoor Courtship, &c. with a Translation.
Exeter. 1795. Some Reflections on the Causes and Circumstances that
retard or prevent the Putrefaction of dead Bodies, occasioned by an Account of a Body found entire and imputrid at Staverton, &c. by J. Kirkpatrick, M. D. 8vo.
London. 1751. 24 An Answer to a short Essay on the Scheme of Lighting and keeping clean the Streets of the City of Exeter. 8vo.
Exon. 1755. 20 The History of Devonshire. 4to. (from “ Magna Britannia.") The Case of the County of Devon, with respect to the Consequences of
the new Excise Duty on Cyder and Perry. 4to. London. 1763. Proposals for publishing a new and accurate Map of the County of De
von, by Benjamin Donn. 1764. Queries for the County, published by Dean Milles. 1775. A complete History of all the Religious Houses in the Counties of De
von and Cornwall before the Dissolution, by the Rev. William Jones, A. B. 12mo.
London. 1779. 21 Thesaurus Ecclesiasticus Provincialis, or a Survey of the Diocese of Exeter. 4to. interleaved, and with MSS. notes.
Exeter. 1782. 25 A Translation of a Charter granted to the Inhabitants of the City of Exeter by King Charles the First, &c. 4to.
1785. 19 Historical Memoirs of the Town and Parish of Tiverton, by Martin Dunsford. 4to.
Exeter. 1790. 17 Collections towards a Description of the County of Devon, by Sir Wm. Pole, Knt. 4to.
London. 1791. 20 A Statement of Facts, relative to Plymouth-Dock Aqueduct. 1792.
Inscription to the Memory of General Lawrence at Pen-Hill. 27 An Essay towards a History of Bideford, by John Watkins. 8vo.
Exeter. 1792. 20 Mr. Polwhele's Prospectus of his History of Devonshire. 4to. 1793. 147 The History of Devonshire, by the Rev. Richard Polwhele. Vol. 1 and 2. 15 folio.
Exeter. 1797 - 1793.
Historical Views of Devonshire by Mr. Polwhele. Vol. 1st. 4to. Exeter.
1793. 25 General View of the County of Devon, by Robert Fraser, A. M. drawn up for the Consideration of the Board of Agriculture. 4to. London.
1794. A Description of the Watering Places on the South-East Coast of Devon, by W. Hyett. 12mo.
Exeter. 26 Essays by a Society of Gentlemen at Exeter. 8vo. Exeter. 1796. A Letter to a College Friend, relative to some late Transactions of a literary Society at Exeter. 8vo.
London. 1798. 20 William Holmes' Tract on County Rates, &c. 8vo.
Exeter. 1799. 23 A Walk through some of the Western Counties of England, by the Rev. Richard Warner. 8vo.
Bath. 1800. The History and Description of Exeter and its Environs, ancient and mo
dern, civiland ecclesiastical, by Alexander Jenkins. 8vo. Exeter. 1806.
Some Account of the Cathedral Church of Exeter (among “ Gough's
London. 1797 Maps and Plans, &c. No. 62.”) folio.
For Maps of this County see “Gough's Maps, &c. No. 2, 8, 9, and 87."
with the Citty of and County of Exeter, contayning Matter of
Domesday for this County. 2 The Liger or Rentall Booke of all the Maners, Landes, Rents, Reve
newes, and yerely issues perteyninge to the Citie of Excester ac-
“ British Topography,” Vol. I. p. 299.)
dell, Esq. in the Counties of Devonshire and Cornwall, A. D. 1740.
9 A True Relation of the taking of Sherburne Castle. 4to. London. 1643. An exact and true Relation in relieving the resolute Garrison of Lyme by Robert Earle of Warwicke. 4to.
Women, (at the Siege of Lyme,) by Ja. Strong, Batchelour, &c.
1645. The same reprinted with Additions. 4to.
1674. A Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions, sent from London to the Men of Shaftsbury. 4to.
London. 1676. A second Pacquet of Advices, &c. 4to.
London. 1677. Advice to the Men of Shaftesbury, or a Letter to a Friend concerning the horrid Popish Plot. folio.
London, 1681. 12 A Pacquet of Advices, &c. to Shaftsbury, (a different edition from No. 9.) 4to.
London. 1676. A second Pacquet, &c. 4to.
London. 1677. 9 An Answer to a Letter of Mr. John England's of Sherborne, by James Lacy, Vicar. 12mo.
London. 1704. Of the Roman Amphitheater at Dorchester, by Dr. Stukeley. 4to. (2 copies.)
which happend at Corne Abbas, Oct. 30. (“ Philos. Trans. No.
1731. The genuine Proceedings between the Hon. Mrs. Weld and her Husband, &c. 8vo.
London, 1732. 7 A Survey of Dorsetshire, containing the Antiquities and Natural His
tory of that County, by the Rev. Mr. Coker. folio. London. 1732. 8 Another copy, with MSS. Notes by Mr. Hutchins. 5 Another copy, with' MSS. Additions and Drawings by Ames and
6 Another copy, with MSS. notes, and Browne Willis' History of, and
E. Steele's Miscellaneous Collections for, the County, MSS. 13 A brief Account of the dreadful Fire at Blandford-Forum, June 4, 1731.
with a Sermon on the Occasion, by Malachi Blake. 12mo. (See also No. 9.)
London. 1735. 9 Two Sermons preached at Blandford upon occasion of the late dreadful Fire, by Edward Warren. 8vo.
London. 1735. Dorchester : a Poem, by William Gawler. folio.
London. 1743. Barvicea Villa, seu Golloppianum, a Paulo Jallangio, S. P. D. 4to.
Londini. 1753. Pomery-Hill: a Poem. 8vo.
London. 1754. Conjectures relative to some human Bones found under a Barrow be
tween Wareham and Corfe Castle. (“ London Chronicle.” 1767.) A View of the principal Towns, Seats, Antiquities, &c. in Dorset, compiled from Mr. Hutchins' History of that County. 4to. London.
1773. An Account of the Parish of Stalbridge, from the same History. 4to. 3, 4 The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, by John Hutchins, M. A. 2 Vol. folio, with MSS. additions.
London. 1774. 1, 2 The second edition. Vol. 1 and 2. folio.
London. 1796, 1803. 10 A List of the Divisions, Boroughs, Hundreds, Liberties, Parishes, and Tythings in the County. 4to.
Sherborne. 1775. 9 A Description of the Library at Merly, with Proposals for publishing
a series of Prints, &c. from Designs in Stucco at that place. 1785. 10 Lewesdon Hill: a Poem, (by the Rev. Wm. Crowe, L. L. B.) 4to.
Oxford. 1788. The History of the Town and County of Poole; compiled from Hutchins' “ History of Dorset.” 8vo.
London. 1788. A true Translation of the Charter granted by Queen Elizabeth, 1568, to the Town and County of Poole. 8vo.
1791. 10 An authentic Account of a late Negotiation for the purpose of obtain
ing the Disfranchisement of Cranbourne Chase. 4to. 1791. A Letter &c. in which the whole Negotiation with Lord Rivers for the
Disfranchisement of Cranbourne Chase is fully and impartially stated, by Anthony Chapman. 8vo.
1791. An experimental Inquiry into the constituent Principles of the Sul
phureous Water at Nottington, near Weymouth, by Robert Graves, M. D. 8vo.
10 General View of the Agriculture in the County of Dorset, by John Cla
ridge, drawn up for the consideration of the Board of Agriculture. 4to.
London. 1793. 11 The civil Division of the County, methodically digested and arranged ;
with a complete Nomina Villarum, in four parts, by Edward Boswell. 8vo.
Sherborne. 1795. 10 An authentic Account of the Loss of the Earl of Abergavenny East Indiaman off Portland. 8vo.
London. 1805. 11 The Poll taken at the Election of two Knights for the County, by George Frampton. 8vo.
Dorchester. 1807. 9 Swanwich Quarries in Purbeck. (a single sheet.) The Weymouth Guide, &c.
Weymouth. 14 The second edition of the New Waymouth Guide. 12mo. Waymouth.
1790. The new Weymouth Guide. 12mo.
Weymouth. 1798. 11 The new Weymouth Guide. 3d edition. 8vo.
Weymouth. 10 A new Weymouth Guide. 8vo.
Dorchester. 11 Harvey's improved Weymouth Guide. 8vo.
For Maps of this County, see Gough's “ Maps, &c. No. 2, 9, 103."
MR. HUTCHINS' original Collections for a County History, in ten
Volumes, with an Index. folio. 12 Extracts from various Authors relating to this County, by Mr. Hut
chins. folio. 13 Tenuræ et Inquisitiones in Com. Dorset. 14 The Accompts of Mr. Richard Burn Treasurer for the County of Dor
sett, from August 1642, to Lady Day 1648. As alsoe the Accompt of Mr. Samuell Bull Treasurer from Lady Day 1648, to Michael
mas 1649. folio. 15 Curiæ Manerii de Yetminster, 10. Eliz.