An electrophysiological and scanning electron microscopic investigation of intercellular communication between normal and between cancer cells in tissue culture.
O'Lague, Paul Harris.
1969.. v, 190 \U+fffd\..
¬An¬ electrophysiological investigation into the action od DDT, Dieldrin and Allethrin in the clawed toad, Xenophus laevis
Bercken, Jozef M. ¬van den¬
1972. 15 S..
¬An¬ electrophysiological investigation into the action of DDT, Dieldrin and Allethrin in the clawed toad, xenopus laevis
Bercken, Jozef M.
1972. getr. Zaehlung.
An electrophysiological investigation into the action of some neuropeptides on synaptic transmission
1979.. 81 p..
<<An>> electrophysiological investigation into the action ofR 23.00, sfr 46.00
An electrophysiological investigation of the ventral eye of the horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus.
Lisman, John Elliott.
1971.. xv, 295 leaves.
An electrophysiological model of gap-junction mediated cortical spreading depression including osmotic volume changes
Shapiro, Bruce Edward.
2000.. xx, 406 leaves.
¬An¬ electrophysiological Study of the synapses between optic nerve fibres and tectal neurons of Rana temporaria
Ter Keurs, Hendrik Evert Dirk Johannes
Leiden. 1970. VII, 45 S. : Ill. ; 8-o.
AN ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE SYNAPSES BETWEEN OPTIC NERVE FIBRES AND TECTAL NEURONS OF RANA TEMPORARIA. DOOR HENDRIK EVERT DIRK JOHANNES TER KEURS. LEIDEN 1970. 45 S. LEIDEN, MED. DISS. 1970
TERKEURS, HENDRIK E.
An electrostatic barrier scrape-off layer as a technique to reduce impurity sources from plasma bombardment of RF antenna structures
Cambridge, Mass.. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Plasma Fusion Center,. 1989.. 27 p..
¬An¬ electrostatic Explanation of the chemical bonding
An electrostatic particle-in-cell model for a lower hybrid grill
[Espoo]. Helsinki University of Technology,. 1998. ii, 107,  s..
¬An electrostatic¬ precipitator backup for sampling systems
Bush, P. V. ; Smith, Wallace B.
Washington, DC. US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development. 1978. IV, 33 S. : graph. Darst.. Research reporting series / United States, Environmental Protection : Interagency Energy-Environment Research and Development.
An electrostatic spectrometer for neutrino mass measurements using frozen molecular tritium.
Cox, Lawrence James.
[Davis, Calif.] . 1993.. 162 leaves,.
An electrostatic strong-focusing lens for electron beams
Berkowitz, David Abraham,
. 21, 6 leaves.
An electrostatic technique to improve flow rates through semi-permeable membranes
Cooper, William Wailes.
. 59 leaves.
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature
Culverwell, Nathaniel ; Greene, Robert A. ; MacCallum, Hugh
Indianapolis, IN. Liberty Fund. 2002. XXI, 252 p.. Natural law and enlightenment classics.
¬An¬ elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature: with severall other treatises, viz. [brace] The schisme, The act of oblivion, The childs returne, The panting soul, Mount Ebal, The white stone, Spiritual opticks, The worth of souls
Culverwel, Nathanael ; Dillingham, William
Oxford. Printed for Tho. Williams, and are to be sold by Henry Dymock. 1669.
An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature with other treatises: including Spiritual opticks
Repr. of the ed. ... London, 1652. New York. Garland. 1978. Getr. Zählung. British philosophers and theologians of the 17th & 18th centuries ; .
¬An¬ elegant art: fashion & fantasy in the 18. century ; Los Angeles County Museum of Art Collection of Costumes and Textiles
Maeder, Edward ¬[Hrsg.]¬
New York. Abrams. 1983. 255 S. : zahlr. Ill..
¬An¬ elegant composition concerning Relief after adversity: Transl. from the Arabic, with introd. and notes
Nissîm <Ben-Ya"aqov> ; Brinner, William M.
New Haven. Yale Univ. Pr.. 1977. XXXIII, 196 S.. Yale Judaica series. ; 20..
¬An¬ elegant composition concerning relief after adversity
Niss^m Ben-Yaaqov ; Brinner, William M. ¬[Übers.]¬
LONDON. GRAHAM & TROTMAN FOR THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES. 1982. IX, 160 S. : ILL., GRAPH. DARST., KT.. Yale JudINNIE & PARTNERS, LONDON.
An elegant irrelevance: the anti-ballistic missile treaty in the new world disorder
An elegant Lambert algorithm for multiple revolution orbits
Loechler, Laura Ann.
c1988.. 48 leaves.
¬An¬ Elegiacal poem humbly suffered tm Ital. übers.
An elegiac and historical poem, sacred to the memory and virtues of the honourable Sir William Jones.: Containing a retrospective survey of the progress of science, and the Mohammedan conquests in Asia.
London:. Printed for the author, and sold by himself ...,. 1795.. 39,  p. ;.
An elegiack verse, on the death of the pious and profound grammarian and rhetorician, Mr. Elijah Corlet, school-master of Cambridge, who deceased anno aetatis 77. Feb. 24. 1687
[Boston?. s.n.,. 1687?]. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ elegiac poem in memory of that truly worthy and loyal gentleman, William Whitmore, Esquire: late of Balmes in the county of Middlesex, who being wounded by the casual discharge of his own pistol, departed this life July the 31th, 1684
Whitmore, F. N.
London. Printed for L. Curtis. 1684. 1 sheet( p.).
An elegiac poem, on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the late Reverend, and learned George Whitefield: chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c. who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Lord's-Day, 30th of September, 1770 when he was seiz'd with a fit of the asthma, at Newbury-Port, near Boston, New-England : in which is a condolatory address to his truly noble benefactress the worty and pious Lady Huntingdon; and the orphan-children of Georgia, who, with many thousands are left, by the death of this great man, to lament the loss of a father, friend, and benefactor
[Boston]. Sold by Ezekiel Russell and John Boyles,. . 8 p..
An elegiac poem, on the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the late reverend, and pious George Whitefield,: Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c. : Who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Lord's-Day, 30th of September, 1770, when he was seiz'd with a fit of the asthma, at Newbury-Port, near Boston, in New-England. : In which is a condolatory address to his truly noble benefactress the worthy and pious Lady Huntingdon;-- and the orphan-children in Georgia; who, with many thousands are left, by the death of this great man, to lament the loss of a father, friend, and benefactor.
[Boston]. Sold by Ezekiel Russell, in Queen-Street, and John Boyles, in Marlboro'-Street.,. . 1 sheet ( p.).
An elegiac poem. On the death of that celebrated divine, and eminent servant of Jesus Christ, the reverend and learned George Whitefield,: Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon, &c. &c. : Who made his exit from this transitory state, to dwell in the celestial realms of bliss, on Sunday, 30th of September 1770, when he was seized with a fit of the asthma, at Newbury-Port, near Boston, New-England. : In which is a condolatory address to his truly noble benefactress the worthy and pious Lady Hundingdon; and the orphan children in Georgia, who, with many thousands are left, by the death of this great man, to lament the loss of a father, friend and benefactor.
[Newport, R.I.]. Boston, printed: Newport, Rhode-Island, re-printed and sold by S. Southwick, in Queen-Street.,. [1770?]. 8 p..
An elegie and eitaph on that glorious saint, and blessed martyr, King Charles I. the best of kings since Christ, but murther'd by the worst of men since the creation.: Written a day or two after his martyrdom, and occasioned by an arbitrary and tyrannous proclamation that made it treason for any man to speak or write against the barbarous murther. Now published to shew the world the unparallel'd patience and piety of the dead murther'd king; and the matchlesse impudence and impiety of his past and present living murtherers. For the suspition of which, and many other things, the author lay almost two years in the Gate-house, defying all the insolent and illagal [!] usurpation, and power at Westminster and White-Hall. Saying alwayes then, and ever since, and ever will, God bless King Charles the Second.
London, . Printed for J. Williams .... 1661.. 14 p..
¬An¬ elegie offer'd up to the memory of His Excellencie Robert Earle of Essex and Ewe, Viscount Hereford, Lord Ferrers of Chartley, Bourchier and Lovaine, late generall of the Parliaments forces
London. Printed for William Ley at his shop. . 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegie offered up to the memory o [sic] that late faithfull servant of God, Mr. Jeremiah Bvrruvghs, minister of the Word at Giles Cripplegate and Stepney
London. Printed by B.A. 1646. 1 sheet( p.).
¬An¬ elegie on Coronel Blood
London. J. S.. 1680. 1 S..
An elegie on James Usher
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An Elegie on the Earl of Essex: who cut his own throat in the Tower, July 13, 1683
London. Printed for J. Smith,. 1683. 1 broadside.
An Elegie on the meekest of men, the most glorious of princes, the most constant of martyrs, Charles the I. &c.
[London. s.n.],. 1649.. , 14 p..
An Elegie on the Right Worshipful Sir Edmund-Berry Godfrey, Knight, one of His Majesties justices of the peace: who was found murtherd on Thursday the 17th of this instant October, 1678, in a ditch on the south-side of Primrose-Hill near Hampstead
London. Printed for Ben Harris ...,. 1678. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ elegie on the right worshipful Sir Edmund-Bury Godfrey
London. Harris. 1678.
¬An¬ elegie sacred to the immortall memory of Margaret Lady Smith
¬An¬ elegie sacred to the memory of Sir Edmund-bury Godfrey Knight: whose body was lately found barbarously murthered, and since honourably interr'd, the 31th of October, 1678
London. printed for Langley Curtis in Goat-Court on Ludgate hill. 1678. 1 sheet( p.).
¬An¬ Elegie to the indeared memory of that learned and reverend minister of the gospel Dr Lazarus Seaman: who died on Friday the 3d. of September 1675, and was carried from Drapers Hall to be interred, with a numerous train of Christian Friends bewailing his death
2. Aufl.. Offenburg. Mildenberger. 1998. Getr. Zählung : Ill., graph. Darst..
An Elegie upon Edward Fitz-Harris: executed at Tyburn for high-treason upon Friday, July 1, 1681.
London. Printed for Thomas Snowden ...,. 1681.. 1 broadside..
¬An¬ elegie upon my deare brother, Mr. J. Wheeler
London. Alsop u.a.. 1637.
¬An¬ elegie upon the death Elizabeth
London. Deane. 1603.
¬An¬ elegie upon the death of King Charles
[London]. [1649?]. 1 S..
An elegie upon the death of Sir Wolstenholme
London. Alsop. 1640.
¬An¬ elegie upon the most deplorable death of prince Henry eldest sonne of the king of Bohemia: [In verse]
London. Roystore. 1629. 1 S..
An Elegie upon the most eminently famous and no lesse stupendious patterne of constant loyalty, the right honourable Thomas, late Earl of Cleveland, Baron of Nettlesteed, Lord Lievtenant of the County of Bedford, Captain of His Majesties royall band of pensioners &c.
London. Printed by S.G.,. 1667. 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegi upon the death of Gustavus Adolphus
Alexandria, VA.. Chadwyck-Healey Inc.,. 1996.
An elegy.: On the death of Capt. Annanias Valentine, Thomas Pinckney, Isaac Elliot, Jocamiah Cropsey, and Leonard Merrit, all respectable citizens of the town of Marlborough, who were unfortunately drowned on the flatts, in front of the town, in attempting to go on shore, on Friday morning, the 12th of December, 1800, in a violent storm of wind and rain
[Kingston, N.Y.?. Printed by Samuel S. Freer?,. 1800?]. 1 sheet ( p.).
<<An>> elegy: to pace upon a plain: poetry
Ardmore, Pennsylvania . Dorrance. cop. 1981. 75 S..
An elegy composed on the death of Elder Josiah Shepard,: who died in Gilmanton, of a scald and burn, which he received by the overflowing of the copper, in the distillery, on the night of 21st of April, 1814, and expired after twenty six hours ... aged 32 years.
[Gilmanton, N. Y.? . 1814?]. broadside..
An elegy, composed on the death of Vincent Adams and Lucinda Adams: who were drowned in the river ... October 22, A.D. 1806 ...
[United States. s.n.,. 1806]. 1 broadside..
An elegy, composed on the sudden deaths of Lydia Page Sanborn ... and Rebecca Sanborn ... daughters of Jonathan Sanborn, of Gilmanton, N.H.
Paige, John. ; Badger, Joseph.
Gilmanton [N.H.]. Pait,. . 1 broadside..
<<An>> elegy for the galosherman: new & selected poems
Newcastle upon Tyne . Bloodaxe Books. 1990. 128 S..
¬An¬ Elegy humbly offered to the memory of the Reverend Father in God Doctor Humphry Henchman: late Bishop of London, who departed this life the 8th of October 1675
S.l.. s.n. . 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegy in commemoration of the right honourable James Earl of Salisbury
London. Curtis. 1683.
An Elegy, occasion'd by the death of Major-General Joseph Warren,: who fell fighting in defence of the glorious cause of his country, at Charlestown, in New-England, on the memorable 17th day of June, 1775
[Watertown, Mass.]. Printed and sold [by Benjamin Edes] in Watertown, near the bridge.,. 1775. 1 sheet ( p.).
An elegy, occasion'd by the death of Mrs. Ruth Edson,: wife to Mr. Josiah Edson, Junr. of Bridgewater [Mass.]; who deceas'd May 31st 1743, in the 34th year of her age; and sent to him upon this sorrowful dispensation of Providence,
N. J. S.
[Boston. s.n.,. 1743]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An elegy occasioned by the death of the much lamented Doct. Thomas Hastings, of Hatfield, who died April 14th, 1728, aged 48 years
[United States. s.n.,. 18--?]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An Elegy occasioned by the sudden and awful death of Mr. Nathanael Baker of Dedham: a young man just upon the point of marriage. And son to Lieutenant John Baker. He fell from his horse on Monday night the 7th of May, 1733. and died the Wednesday following. Ætat 27.
[Boston. s.n.,. 1733].. 1 sheet ( p.).
An Elegy on Captain William Harman: late commander of His Majesties ship Guernsey : occasioned by a former copy of verses on the same subject
London printed. [s.n.].. 1678. 1 broadside.
An elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth Duchess of Ormond
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
¬An¬ elegy on Her Grace Elizabeth, Duchess of Ormond, who died July the 21st, 1684
In the Savoy. Printed by Tho. Newcomb. 1684.
¬An¬ elegy on Marie Antoinette: of Austria, ci-devant Queen of France: with a poem on the last interview between the King of Poland and Loraski. Written by Ann Yearsley
S.l.. Printed (by J. Rudhall,) for and sold by the author, at her library, Hotwells: and by the principal booksellers in Bristol, Bath. [1796?]. 15,p.
An Elegy on Mrs. Alicia Lisle: which for high-treason was beheaded at Winchester September the 2[n]d 1685
London. Printed for J.M. and are to be sold by Randal Taylor,. . 1 broadside.
An Elegy on that famous sea-commander Michael De Ruyter: lieutenant admiral of the United Netherlands, &c., vvho lately died of his wounds, received in the engagement between the Dutch and French fleets near Sicily.
London. Printed for William Whitwood,. 1676.. 1 broadside..
¬An¬ elegy on that grand example of loyalty, ... Sir Edward Spragg
London. Brooksby. 1673. 4 S..
An elegy on that grand example of loyalty, valour, and conduct, Sir Edward Spragg: unfortunately drowned (after incomparable proof of heroick gallantry) in the late engagement with the Dutch, August the 11th, 1673.
London. Printed for Phillip Brooksby,. 1673..  p..
An elegy on that grand example of loyalty, valour, and conduct, Sir Edward Spragg, unfortunately drowned (after incomparable proof of heroick gallantry) in the late engagement with the Dutch. August the 11th. 1673.
W. S. ; S. W.
London. Printed for Phillip Brooksby ...,. 1673..  p..
An elegy on that illustrious and high-born Prince Rupert
London. Curtis. 1682. 1 S..
An Elegy on that worthy and famous actor, Mr. Charles Hart: who departed this life Thursday, August the 18th, 1683.
[London]. Printed by Nath. Thompson ...,. 1683.. 1 broadside..
An Elegy on the death of Algernon Sidney, Esq.: who was found guilty of high-treason, and beheaded at Tower-Hill on Friday the 7th of December, 1683
London. Printed by George Croom ...,. 1683. 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegy on the death of an amiable young lady. With an epistle from Menalcas to Lycidas. To which are prefixed, three critical recommendatory letters
Edinburgh. printed by A. Donaldson and J. Reid. For Alex. Donaldson. 1761. 24p.
An elegy on the death of a virtuous young lady, Miss Betsy Waterman,: daughter of Capt. Andrew Waterman, and Miss Margeret his wife residing in the town of Smithfield, in the county of Providence state of Rhode Island. Miss Betsy Waterman was in the twenty sixth year of her age; she expired September the 12th 1793 .
[Providence?. s.n.] Printed for the author B. Fowler.,. 1794. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ elegy on the death of Denzil Ld Holles
[London?]. . 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of Dr. Sanderson
London. Gilbertson. 1663. 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of Dr. Thomas Saffold
London. Turner. 1691. 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of Henry the Seventh
London. de Worde. .
¬An¬ elegy on the death of her late sacred Majesty Mary
York. Hildyard. 1695. 12 S..
An Elegy on the death of Her Royal Highness, the Princess Charlotte,: sympathetically addressed to the two chief mourners.
J., C. [from old catalog]
London, . Printed by G. Hayden,. 1817.. 13 p..
¬An¬ Elegy on the death of His Sacred Majesty King Charles the II of blessed memory
London. Printed by J. Millet for W. Thackeray. [MDCLXXXV . 1 broadside.
An elegy on the death of John Norcot
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
An elegy, on the death of Mr. Buckingham St. John,: tutor of Yale College, who was drowned in his passage from New-Haven to Norwalk, May the 5th, 1771
[New Haven. Printed by Thomas and Samuel Green,. 1771]. 1 sheet ( p.).
¬An¬ elegy on the death of ... Mr. James Fitton
[London]. . 1 S..
An elegy, on the death of Mrs. Anne Belding, late wife of the Reverend Mr. Joshua Belding [i.e., Belden], of Newington;: who died October 29, 1773.
Youth of his parish. ; Belden, Joshua,
Hartford:. Printed by Eben. Watson,,. 1774. 8 p. ;.
¬An¬ elegy on the death of Sir Edmond Saunders
London. Norris. 1683. 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of that learned and famous physician Dr. Richard Lower
London. Reyner. 1691. 1 S..
An elegy on the death of the Honourable Sir William Jones
Cambridge [England]. Chadwyck-Healey,. 1992.
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the old East-India Company
London. 1699. 16 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the plot
London. E. P.. 1681. 2 S..
An elegy on the death of the Rev. Caleb Evans: D.D. who departed this life, August 9, 1791, in the fifty-fourth year of his age. By Benjamin Francis
The third edition. Bristol. printed by William Pine, and sold by T. Knott, and R. Bishop, London; and by W. Browne. [1791?]. 12 p..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the reverend and pious Mr. Thomas Wadsworth
[London]. Newman. . 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the Reverend Doctor John Goad: late master of Merchant-taylors-school, London, who departed this life the 28th. of October, 1689
London printed. [s.n.]. 1689. 1 broadside.
An elegy on the death of the Reverend John Ogilvie, D.D.: Who departed this life the 26th of November, 1774.
Young gentleman of this city.
[New York?. s.n.,. 1774?]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.
An Elegy on the death of the reverend, learned, and pious William Bell, D.D.: Vicar of S. Sepulchres, who died July the 19th, 1683
London. Printed by T. Moore & J. Ashburne for Joseph Roberts ...,. 1683. 1 broadside.
An Elegy on the death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefield,: who died at Newbury-Port, on Sunday the 30th of September, 1770. AEtat 56.
[New York. Printed by John Holt,. 1770]. 1 sheet ( p.).
An elegy on the death of the Rev. Mr. John Wesley,: who departed this life March 2, 1791, in the eighty-eighth year of his age. : [One line of quotation]
Philadelphia:. Printed by Johnston & Justice, at Franklin's Head, no. 41, Chesnut-Street.,. M.DCC.XCII. . 11,  p.
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the right honourable Heneage Lord Finch
[London]. Deacon. 1682. 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the right honourable John Earl of Radnor, Viscount Bodmin, and Baron of Truro
London. Mallet. 1685. 1 S..
¬An¬ elegy on the death of the Right Honourable Spencer, Earle of Northampton, who died a conquerour at the battaile of Hopton-heath
S.l.. s.n. .
An Elegy on the death of the right noble prince, Henry Howard, Duke of Norfolk: who departed this life the 13th. day of this instant January, 1684
[London]. Printed for I. Deacon ...,. 1684. 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegy on the death of William and Mary, Earl and Countess of Sutherland
London. printed for J. Dodsley. 1766. 12p.
An elegy on the death of William late Viscount Stafford: who was beheaded on Tower-Hill on Wednesday, December 29th, 1680
Person of quality.
London. Printed for William Miller ...,. 1681.. 1 broadside..
An Elegy on the death of William Lord Russel: who was beheaded for high-treason in Lincoln-Inn-Fields, July the 21st, 1683
[London]. Prined [sic] for Nath. Thompson ...,. 1683. 1 broadside.
An elegy on the late Honorable Titus Hosmer, Esq;: one of the counsellors of the state of Connecticut, a member of Congress, and a judge of the maritime court of appeals for the United States of America
Hartford:. Printed by Hudson & Goodwin.,. . 15,  p. ;.
An elegy on the late learned and reverend Mr. Ralph Erskine: minister of the gospel to the Associate Congregation in Dunfermline: who died November 6th 1752
Glasgow. printed by Archibald McLean, for the author. 1753. 26[i.e.16]p.
An Elegy on the learned and zealous minister of the Gospel, Mr. Christopher Fowler: who departed this life on Monday the 15th of January, 1676/7 [i.e. 1677]
London printed. [s.n.],. 1677. 1 broadside.
An Elegy on the Lord Viscount Stafford: beheaded this 29th day of December, 1680, on Tower-Hill
London. Printed for T. Benskin ...,. . 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegy on the much lamented death of Harry Gambol: who dy'd of a pleuresy, Aug. 31
S.l.. Printed by John Nichols. . 1 sheet.
¬An¬ elegy on the much lamented death of His Grace, the Duke of Beauford
London. Wilkins. 1700. 1 S..
An elegy on the much lamented death of his pious and learned parent the Reverend Doctor Ezerell Tonge: an eminent and indefatigable instrument in promoting the discovery of the horrid popish plot
London. Printed for C.W.,. 1681. 1 broadside.
¬An¬ elegy on the much lamented death of John Hamilton Lord Balhaven, &c. who departed this life, at London, June 21. 1708
Edinburgh. printed by John Reid. 1708. 1 sheet.
An Elegy on the much lamented death of Sarah Wanton, deceased late wife of Joseph Wanton of Tiverton,: who departed this life, on the 10th day, of the fifth month, called July. Anno 1737. Aetat. 70 years
[Newport, R.I.?. Printed by Ann Franklin?,. 1737?]. 1 sheet () p. ;.
¬An¬ elegy on the much-lamented death of the Reverend Father in God, Dr. Thaddeus Mc. Dermot, priest of St. Francis's Chappel: who departed this transitory life, on Monday the 12th of this inst. April, 1725, ...
[Dublin]. 1725. 1 sheet.
An Elegy on the much lamented death of the Reverend Mr. George Whitefield,: who died at New-berry-port in New-England, on the 1st day of October, 1770
[United States?. s.n.,. 1770]. 1 sheet ( p.) ;.