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2. Title: A friendly letter to all young men, who are desirous to live Godly lives, and are true members of the Church of England, and not unuseful for others also. : Licensed Feb. 18 1694.
Publisher: Dublin : re-printed for Jacob Milner, and are to be sold at his shop in Essex-street, 1695.
Library: National Library of Ireland
3. Title: A short introduction of grammar : Compiled for all those that intend to attain to the knowledge of the Latin tongue. / [By William Lily].
Publisher: Dublin : Printed & sold by A. C. Printer to his Majesty: likewise sold by W. N. E. D. P. C. and J. M. Booksellers, 1696.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
4. Title: A new history of England : for the instruction of youth
Publisher: Dublin : Walsh, Geo, [17--?].
Library: Church of Ireland College of Education
6. Title: Nomenclator classicus : sive Dictionariolum A classical nomenclator, with the gender and declension of each word. / By J. Ray To which are added, paradigmata proverbs and jests in English and Latin.
Author: Ray, John, 1627-1705.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by A. Rhames, for Eliphal Dobson, 1715.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
7. Title: Emmanuelis Alvari Prosodia : sive, Institutionum linguae Latinae. Liber quartus. In usum studiosorum.
Author: Alvarez, Emmanuel, 1526-1583.
Publisher: Dublinii [Dublin] : Typis Eduard Waters, 1716.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
8. Title: English exercises for school-boys to translate into Latin, : comprizing all the rules of grammar, and other necessary observations ascending gradually from the meanest to higher capacities. / By J. Garretson, eminent school-master in London
Author: Garretson, John.
Publisher: Dublin : re-printed by Samuel Fairbrother bookseller in Skinner-Row, opposite the Tholsel and are to be sold by the booksellers, 1716
Library: National Library of Ireland
9. Title: The church catechism explain'd and prov'd by apt texts of scripture : Divided into XXVI parts. Recommended by his Grace Narcissus, late lord Arch-bishop of Dublin, for the use of that diocese.
Author: Church of England.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by Samuel Fairbrother, book-seller, and are to be sold at his shop, 1719.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
10. Title: A legacy for children : being some of the last expressions and dying sayings of Hannah Hill, Junr. of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pensilvania, in America: aged eleven years, and near three months.
Author: Hill, Hannah, 1703-1714.
Publisher: Dublin : re-printed by Sam. Fairbrother, 1719.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
11. Title: A short history of a long travel, from Babylon to Bethel : Written in the ninth month, 1691.
Author: Crisp, Stephen, 1628-1692.
Publisher: Dublin : re-printed by Samuel Fairbrother and are to be sold by Samuel Fuller, 1720.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
12. Title: The Christian's manual : In two parts. I. The catechumen II. An introduction to the sacrament. / By L. Addison.
Author: Addison, Lancelot, 1632-1703.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by Aaron Rhames, for J. Hyde, R. Gunne, R. Owen, and E. Dobson, 1724.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
13. Title: The lady's New-Year's gift : or, Advice to a daughter. / By the most noble George Lord Saville, late Marquis and Earl of Halifax.
Author: Savile, George, 1633-1695, 1st Marquis of Halifax.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by A. Rhames, and are to be sold by the booksellers, 1724.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
14. Title: The elements of Euclid : with select theorems out of Archimedes. / By Andrew Tacquet. To which are added practical corollaries, shewing the uses of many of the propositions. By William Whiston.
Author: Euclid.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by and for S. Fuller and sold by the Booksellers, 1728.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
15. Title: The satyrs of Persius : Translated into English by Thomas Sheridan, D.D.
Author: Persius.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by George Grierson, 1728.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
16. Title: The Countess of Moreton's daily exercise : or, A books of prayers and rules how to spend the time in the service and pleasure of almighty God.
Author: Morton, Anne Douglas, Countess of, d. 1700.
Publisher: Dublin : printed by Samuel Fairbrother, and are to be sold at his shop, 1730.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
17. Title: The young mathematician's guide : Being a plain and easie introduction to the mathematicks. In five parts. Viz. I. Arithmetick II. Algebra III Geometry IV. Conic-sections V Infinities With an appendix of practical gaging.
Author: Ward, John, fl.1695-1728.
Publisher: London: printed: and Dublin reprinted : by and for Samuel Fuller, 1731.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
18. Title: The church-catechism, broke into short questions : to which is added, an explanation of some words, for the easier understanding of it.
Publisher: Dublin : re-printed by and for S. Hyde bookseller, 1732.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
19. Title: A new history of England, by question and answer : Extracted from the most celebrated English historians, particularly M. de Rapin Thoyras. / [By John Lockman].
Publisher: London:printed. Dublin : re-printed by and for G. Faulkner, 1733.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
20. Title: The honour of chivalry : or, The famous and delectable history of Don Bellianis of Greece, containing the valiant exploits of that magnanimous and heroick prince; son unto the Emperor Don Bellaneo of Greece. Wherein are described, the strange and dangerous adventures that befel him: with his love toward the Princess Florisbella daughter to the Soldan of Babylon. Translated out of Italian.
Author: Fernández, Jerónimo.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by and for Luke Dillon, at the Bible in High-street. Where merchants and others may be furnish'd with all sorts of school-books and histories at reasonable rates, [after 1734].
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
27. Title: The London vocabulary : English and Latin: put into a new method, proper to acquaint the learner with things, as well as pure Latin words. For the use of schools.
Author: Greenwood, James, d.1737.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed by S. Powell, for J. Leathley Bookseller, 1742.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
28. Title: Plain instructions for the young & ignorant : Comprised in a short and easy exposition of the church catechism, adapted to the understanding and memory of those of the meanest capacity. / [by Edward Synge].
Author: Synge, Edward, 1659-1741.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for R. Owen, M,DCC,XLIII. [1743].
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
29. Title: The club: or, a grey-cap for a green head : Containing maxims, advice, and cautions. Being a dialogue between a father and son.
Author: Puckle, James, 1667?-1724.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for Peter Wilson, bookseller 1743.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
30. Title: The whole life and strange surprising adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, mariner : who lived eight and twenty years all alone in an uninhabited island, on the coast of America, near the mouth of the great river of Oroonoque; having been cast on shor
Author: Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731.
Publisher: Dublin: printed for George Golding, in High-Street; and Isaac Jackson, in Meath-Street, booksellers, 1744
Library: Dublin City Library & Archive
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
42. Title: The Doway catechism, in English and Irish : for the use of children and ignorant people.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed for Ignatius Kelly, bookseller ... , 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
43. Title: Rhetoric made familiar and easy to young gentlemen and ladies : and illustrated with several beautiful orations from Demosthenes, Cicero, Sallust, Homer, Shakespeare, Milton, &c. Being the third volume of the Circle of the sciences.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, J. Esdall, M. Williamson, and H. Saunders, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
44. Title: Arithmetic made familiar and easy to young gentlemen and ladies : Being the second volume of the Circle of the sciences, &c.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, J. Esdall, M. Williamson, and H. Saunders, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
45. Title: Chronology made familiar and easy to young gentlemen and ladies : To which is added, a table of the most memorable events from the beginning of the world to the present time. Being the seventh volume of The circle of the sciences.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, J. Esdall, M. Williamson, and H. Saunders, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
46. Title: The contraction of Lily's Syntaxis : grammatically construed.
Author: Lily, William, 1468?-1522.
Publisher: Dublin : Printed for J. Exshaw, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
47. Title: Grammar made familiar and easy to young gentlemen, ladies, and foreigners : Being the first part of the first volume of the Circle of sciences. Published by the King's authority.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, J. Esdall, M. Williamson, and H. Saunders, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin
50. Title: Logic made familiar and easy to young gentlemen and ladies : To which is added, a compendious system of metaphysics, or ontology. Being the fifth volume of the Circle of sciences, &c. Published by the King's authority.
Publisher: Dublin : printed for P. Wilson, J. Exshaw, J. Esdall, M. Williamson, and H. Saunders, 1752.
Library: Trinity College Library Dublin