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    Typographia: An ode, on printing.

    Typographia: An ode, on printing: Inscrib'd to the Honourable William Gooch, Esq; His Majesty's lieutenant-governor, and commander in chief of the colony of Virginia.

    Session Laws (May 1730).

    All the publick acts, made at a session of the assembly, begun and held at the city of Williamsburg, in Virginia, on Thursday the twenty-first day of May, 1730.

    New Virginia Tobacco-Law.

    The new Virginia tobacco-law, made at the last session of assembly.

    Charge to the Grand Jury.

    Charge to the Grand Jury: At a General Court held at the capitol of the city of Williamsburg, in Virginia, on Monday the 19th of October, 1730. By the Honourable William Gooch, Esq; governour of Virginia. : Publish'd at the request of several gentlemen.

    Virginia and Maryland Almanack [1732]

    The Virginia and Maryland Almanack. Shewing the time of sun rising and setting, length of days, new and full moon, eclipses, fixt and moveable feasts, seven stars rising and setting, weather, days of the several courts, &c. For the year of our Lord Christ, 1732

    Virginia Miscellany

    The Virginia Miscellany, consisting of new poems, essays, and translations, on various subjects; by several gentlemen in this country.

    The Complete Mariner

    The Complete mariner: or A treatise of navigation trigonometrically, by logarithmetical numbers, and the geometrical construction by scale and compass. Also the orthographic projection of the sphere astronomically.

    Dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented…

    A dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented, William Oronoco, planters, both men of good understanding, and Justice Love-Country, who can speak for himself, recommended to the reading of the planters. By a sincere lover of Virginia.

    Dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented…

    A dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented, William Oronoco, planters, both men of good understanding, and Justice Love-Country, who can speak for himself, recommended to the reading of the planters. By a sincere lover of Virginia.

    Dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented…

    A dialogue between Thomas Sweet-Scented, William Oronoco, planters, both men of good understanding, and Justice Love-Country, who can speak for himself, recommended to the reading of the planters. By a sincere lover of Virginia.

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