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33. Title: An essay on the government of children, under three general heads : health, manners and education. / by James Nelson
Publisher: Dublin : Williamson, William, 1744.
Library: Church of Ireland College of Education
34. Title: The farther adventures of Robinson Crusoe : being the second and last part of his life, and of the strange surprising account of his travels round three parts of the globe /written by himself
Author: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
Publisher: Dublin: printed for George Golding, in High-Street; and Isaac Jackson, in Meath-Street, booksellers, 1745
Library: Dublin City Library & Archive
35. Title: An introduction to the making of Latin : comprising the substance of the Latin syntax with proper English examples To which is subjoin'd a succinct account of antient Greece and Rome.
Author: Clarke, John, 1687-1734.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by A. Reilly, for G. Risk, G. and A. Ewing, and W. Smith, Book-sellers, 1745.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
36. Title: A new method of learning with greater facility the Greek tongue : Translated from the French of the Messieurs de Port Royal. / [By Claude Lancelot].
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by and for George Faulkner, 1747.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
38. Title: An appendix to A letter from a clergyman to his friend in Dublin relating the conduct of the Bishop of Cork in the depradation of Mr. Dallas. / published by Jemmett, Lord Bishop of Cork and Ross.
Author: Brown, Jemmett, 1703?-1782, Archbishop of Tuam.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for G. and A. Ewing, 1750. Price three pence.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
40. Title: Youth's general director, or : Hoey's new instructor; containing, a compendious English grammar, with the definition and etymology of all the terms made use of in that science. - The Hibernian penman, or a new and easy introduction to the art of writing. - Select familiar letters on several occasions. - Instructions for addressing persons of all distinctions. - Art's glory, or the ready accomptant; being a new and compendious system of practical arithmetick. - Questions for the exercise of arithmetick. - Price of any commodity, by the tun, hundred, pound, ounce, yard, &c. - Directions to merchants how to keep their accounts. - A perpetual almanack of daily use to all traders. - Directions relating to the purchasing and measuring of land. - Directions for the well managing trade. - Directions to young shop-keepers and other tradesmen. - Book-keeping after the Italian manner, &c. - A short system of book-keeping for shop-keepers. - Bills of exchange, with variety of examples of inland and foreign bills; likewise useful remarks and observations on bills and promissary notes. - A method of book-keeping for gentlemen of landed estate, factors, or stewards. - A short, but comprehensive account of all arts and sciences. - Variety of letters on business and mercantile affairs. - An account of the commodities of all countries. N.B. Not one of the above particulars were ever publish'd before in this kingdom. / Revised by W. Richards, accomptant.
Author: Richards, William, fl. 1730-1763.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by James Hoey, 1751.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin