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A. B. Impartial enquiry into the value of South-Sea stock: with some thoughts of the occasion of the present decay of trade and credit: and some means proposed for restoring the same: in a letter to Sir Richard Steele Knt. (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720).


Abstract of the Supplement to The reports of the Committee of Secrecy: which compleats the abridgment of the said Reports, by a further addition to the list of all the names mention'd therein (London: Printed for J. Lapworth, next the Rose Tavern without Temple-Bar; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1721).


Account of money paid in on the first & third money subscriptions to the South Sea Company with the profit and loss thereon.


Account of the publick debts at the Exchequer, as they now stand: distinguishing what the funds are: when granted; how long since granted; what term remains; how much the original principal money was; how much has been since paid off (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Account of the subscriptions of the South-Sea Company ([London: s.n.], printed in the year 1722).


Account of what was done by a great man from the beginning of the year, 1720, to the end of the year, 1721: relating to the undoing of the South-Sea directors (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1742).


Accot. containing the amount of the sales of ye. real & personal estates of the late South Sea directors &ca. with the debts and effects got in & payments thereout to the 1st of February 1724 inclusive.


Accot. containing the amount of the sales of the real and personal estates of the late South Sea directors &ca. with the debts & effects got in and payments thereout to the 31st of December 1726.


Advantages which have accrued to the publick, and to the South-Sea Company, by the execution of the South-Sea scheme ([London: s.n.], printed in the year 1726).


Advantages which have accrued to the publick, and to the South-Sea Company, by the execution of the South-Sea scheme ([London: s.n.], printed in the year 1728).


Ainsworth, William Harrison, 1805-1882. South Sea bubble: holograph, [not after 1868] / W. Harrison Ainsworth.


Aislabie, John, 1670-1742, Case of the Right Hon_b_l_e John Aislabie, Esq. ([London]: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane ..., [1721?]).


Aislabie, John, 1670-1742. Mr. Aislabie's second speech on his defence in the House of Lords on Thursday, July 20, 1721 (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and J. Graves ..., [1721]).


Aislabie, John, 1670-1742. Speech of the Right Honourable John Aislabie, Esq. upon his defence made in the House of Lords, against the bill for raising money upon the estates of the South-Sea directors, on Wednesday the 19th of July 1721 (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane, 1721).


Aislabie, John, 1670-1742. Speech of the Right Honourable John Aislabie, Esq. upon his defence made in the House of lords, against the bill for raising money upon the estates of the South-Sea directors, on Wednesday the 19th of July 1721 (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane, 1721). Second edition.


Aislabie, John, 1670-1742. Speech of the Right Honourable John Aislabie, Esq. upon his defence made in the House of Lords, against the bill for raising money upon the estates of the South-Sea directors, on Wednesday the 19th of July 1721 (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane, 1721). Third edition.


Alarm to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company and other publick securities, or, Reasons to prove that the support of the question recommended by the directors is of the utmost importance to all creditors of the government ([London: s.n., 1721?]).


Amhurst, N. (Nicholas), 1697-1742. Epistle (with a petition in it) to Sir John Blount, Bart., one of the directors of the South-Sea Company. / by N. Amhurst (London: Printed for R. Francklin ..., 1720).


Argument proving that the South-Sea Company are able to make a dividend of 38 per cent. for 12 years: fitted to the meanest capacities (London: Printed for W. Boreham at the Angel in Pater-Noster Row, 1720).


Argument to shew the disadvantage that would accrue to the publick, from obliging the South-Sea Company to fix what capital stock they will give for the annuities (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Armour, James, fl. 1702-1722. Proposals for restoring credit: for making the Bank of England more useful and profitable, for relieving the sufferers of the South-Sea Company, for the benefit of that of the East-India, and for raising the value of the land-interest of Great Britain (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Arundell, Mr. Directors: a poem addressed to Mr. Stanhope, occasioned by his epistle to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales / by Mr. Arundell (London: Printed for E. Curll, over against Catherine-Street in the Strand, M.DCC.XX [1720]).


Barnard, John, Sir, 1685-1764. Proposal towards lowering the interest of all the redeemable national debts, to 3 per cent. per annum.: and thereby to enable the Parliament to give immediate ease to his Majesty's subjects ... ([London: s.n., 1737]).


Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764. Case of the sinking fund, and the right of the publick creditors to it considered at large: with some farther observations on the national debts, the civil list, the bank contract, votes of credit, and other extraordinary grants of money (London: Printed by H. Haines, at R. Francklin's in Russel-street, Covent-Garden, 1735).


Bath, William Pulteney, Earl of, 1684-1764. Some considerations on the national debts, the sinking fund, and the state of publick credit: in a letter to a friend in the country (London: Printed for R. Franklin, under Tom's Coffee-house, Covent-Garden, 1729).


Benjamin, Lewis Saul, 1874-1932. South Sea bubble / by Lewis Melville [pseud.] (Boston: Small, Maynard, 1923).


Blunt, John, Sir, 1665-1733. True state of the South-Sea-scheme, as it was first form'd, &c.: with the several alterations made in it, before the act of Parliament pass'd: and an examination of the conduct of the directors in the execution of that act (London: Printed and sold by J. Peele, at Lock's Head in Pater-noster-Row, 1722).


Blunt, John, Sir, 1665-1733. True state of the South-Sea-scheme, as it was first form'd, &c.: with the several alterations made in it before the act of Parliament pass'd: and an examination of the conduct of the directors in the execution of that act (London: Printed and sold by J. Peele, at the Lock's head in Amen-Corner, 1732).


Bockett, Elias, 1695-1735. Yea and nay stock-jobbers, or, The 'Change-Alley Quakers anatomiz'd: in a burlesque epistle to a friend at sea (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and J. Billingsly under the Royal-Exchange, 1720).


Bond, William, d. 1735. Case stated, in a letter to Archibald Hutcheson, Esq.: wherein is contained, a recantation, which he is desired to sign, or to give his reasons for refusing it / by Mr. Stanhope (London: Printed for T. Payne near Stationers-Hall, 1723).


Bond, William, d. 1735. Epistle to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, occasion'd by the state of the nation: presented on his birth-day / by Mr. Stanhope (London: Printed for E. Curll ..., 1720).


Bond, William, d. 1735. Governour: a poem on the present posture of affairs / presented to the king, by Mr. Stanhope (London: Printed for E. Curll ..., 1720).


Bowles, Thomas. The South-Sea House in Bishops-gate Street ([London]: Publish'd according to Act of Parliament, for Stowe's Survey, 1754).


British chronologist: comprehending every material occurrence, ecclesiastical, civil, or military, relative to England and Wales, from the invasion of the Romans to the present time ... (London: Printed for G. Kearsley, no. 46, in Fleet-street, 1775).


Broken stock-jobbers: or, Work for the bailiffs: a new farce: as it was lately acted in Exchange-Alley (London: Printed for T. Jauncy without Temple-Bar, 1720).


Bubblers medley, or A sketch of the times: being Europes memorial for the year 1720 ... [no. 1, later state] (London: Printed for Carington Bowles, no. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, [1720]).


Bubblers medley, or A sketch of the times: being Europe's memorial for the year 1720 ... [no. 2, first state] (London: Printed for Tho: Bowles, print & map seller next ye Chapter House in St. Paul's Ch. Yard ..., [1720]).


Bubblers medley, or A sketch of the times: being Europe's memorial for the year 1720 ... [no. 2, later state] (London: Printed for Carington Bowles, no. 69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, [1720]).


Bubblers mirrour: or Englands folley [sic] (London: Printed for & sold by Tho: Bowles next ye Chapter House in St. Paul's Chu: Yard, [1720]).


Bubblers mirrour: or Englands folly [second state] (London: Printed for Bowles & Carver, 69, St. Paul's Church Yd, [1720]).


Bubblers mirrour: or Englands folly [third state] (London: Printed for Carington Bowles next ye Chapter House in St. Pauls Ch. Yard, [1720]).


Bublers medley, or, The D--l will have his own ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Budgell, Eustace, 1686-1737. Case of the annuitants and proprietors of the redeemable debts: in a letter to the author of the several calculations on South-Sea stock / by Eustace Budgell, Esq. (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Budgell, Eustace, 1686-1737. Letter to a friend in the country: occasion'd by a report that there is a design still forming by the late directors of the South-Sea Company, their agents and associates, to issue the receipts of the third and fourth subscriptions (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arm in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Calculation of the new scheme for the disposing of the South Sea property: wherein is shewn what dividend the South-Sea Company can make on the old foot…(London: Printed by S. Palmer, for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-lane, A. Dodd, without Temple-bar, T. Griffith, at Charing-Cross, and J. Billingsley, at the printing-press under the piazza of the Royal-Exchange, [1721?]).


Capital of the South-Sea Company at Midsummer 1720 is computed as followeth ... ([London: s.n., 1720]).


Carter, James. The South Sea Bubble ([London]: Printed by H. Wilkinson, [18--]).


Case of contracts for the third and fourth subscriptions to the South-Sea Company, consider'd: in a letter to a member of Parliament (London: Printed for J. Roberts ..., 1720).


Case of Sir Theodore Janssen: one of the late directors of the South-Sea Company (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Case of the annuitants, and of the several interests of the South-Sea proprietors, compared and examined (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Case of the annuitants stated, and compar'd with other creditors of the government: with some remarks on a late pamphlet, intitled, An argument to shew the disadvantage that would accrue to the publick from obliging the South-Sea company (London: Printed by H.W. and sold by J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Case of the borrowers on the South-sea loans, stated ([London?: s.n., 1721?]).


Case of the present possessors of the French lands in the island of St. Christophers: humbly offered to the consideration of His Majesty, and both houses of Parliament (London: Printed for the author, 1721).


Caswall, George, Sir, d. 1742. Sir George Caswall, knight, Jacob Sawbridge, Esq; Robinson Knight, Esq; and Sir Henry Blunt, baronet, appellants. Thomas Houghton, Esq; respondent: the respondent's case ([London?: s.n., 1739?]).


Caswall, George, Sir, d. 1742. Sir George Caswall, knt. Jacob Sawbridge, Esq; Robinson Knight and Sir Henry Blunt, bart. formerly Henry Blunt, appellants. Thomas Houghton, respondent: the case of the appellants ([London?: s.n., 1739?]).


Chamberlen, Mr. News from hell, or, A match for the directors: a satire humbly inscribed to the honourable members of the Secret Committee: with a dedication to the emperour of the moon / by Mr. Chamberlen (London: Printed for the author, and sold by J. Roberts at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Chaplin, Robert, Sir. Case of Sir Robert Chaplin, Bart. one of the late directors of the South-Sea Company (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Clerke, George. Dealers in stock's assistant, or, A calculation of the value of any parcel of stock from 10000 9. to 1 9. at the rate of 1/6 of a pound per cent. to 200 9. per cent (London: Printed for the author by J. Read; and sold by E. Symons, at the corner of Pope's-Head-Alley near the Royal-Exchange, Cornhill, [1725?]).


Cole, Arthur Harrison. The great mirror of folly (Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid) an economic-bibliographical study (Boston: Baker Library, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration [c1949]). Kress Library Publication No. 6.


Cole, Benjamin. The South Sea House in Threadneedle Street : Ironmonger's Hall in Fenchurch Street London ([England? : s.n., 17--?]).


Computations, shewing the disproportion of South-Sea stock allowed to the redeemable proprietors and the other new proprietors, and the gains thereby arising to the old proprietors ([London?: s.n., 1720?]).


Congreve, William, 1670-1729. [Power of attorney, 1716 August 14, to Moses Beranger from Wm. Congreve].


Coningsby, Thomas Coningsby, Earl, 1656?-1729. First part of Earl Coningsby's case, relating to the vicaridge of Lempster in Herefordshire: wherein is contain'd a full account of all the tricks which the lawyers, ecclesiastical and temporal, have made use of (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Considerable stock-holder. Enquiry into the misconduct and frauds committed by several of the factors, super-cargoes, and others, employed by the late and present directors of the South-Sea Company: shewing the abuses and breaches of trust of the company's agents (London: Printed and sold by R. Walker, next the White-Horse-Inn, Fleet-street, and at Shakespear's Head in Exchange-Alley, Cornhill; as also by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1736).


Considerations occasioned by the bill for enabling the South-Sea Company to increase their capital stock, &c.: with observations of Mr. Law, comptroller general of the finances of France (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Considerations on the American trade: before and since the establishment of the South-Sea Company ... (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane, 1739).


Considerations on the present state of the nation, as to publick credit, stocks, the landed and trading interests. With a proposal for the speedy lessening the publick debts, and restoring credit, in a manner consistent with parliamentary engagements (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and A. Dodd ..., 1720).


Considerations recommending to the proprietors of South-Sea stock, the proposals for ingrafting part of that company's funds into the stock of the bank, and East-India Companies (London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's, 1722).


Conversations moral and entertaining, between an English gentleman and a Knight of Malta: containing a lively picture of the heart of man, his passions and sources of action: interspersed with real, curious, and secret histories (London: Printed for Jacob Robinson, at the Golden-Lion in Ludgate-street, 1743).


Cook, Thomas. Emblematic print on the South Sea (London: Published by G.G. & J. Robinson, Paternoster Row, August 1, 1800).


Cook, Thomas. Emblematical print of the South Sea ([London]: Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, August 1, 1809).


Coope, Richard. Letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea Company: with a dedication to George Heathcote, Esq., member of Parliament for the Borough of Southwark, and Alderman of the City of London / by Richard Coope, one of the late South-Sea directors (London: Printed for A. Dodd, at the Peacock without Temple-Bar; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1739).


Cotton, John Hynde, Sir, 1686-1752. [Power of attorney, 1714 September 23, from Sir John Hynde Cotton of Cambridge to William Cleeve of the South Sea House (London)].


Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Chimera: or, The French way of paying national debts, laid open. Being an impartial account of the proceedings in France, for raising a paper credit, and settling the Mississippi stock (London: Printed for T. Warner, 1720).


Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Essay on the South-Sea trade: with an enquiry into the grounds and reasons of the present dislike and complaint against the settlement of a South-Sea company / by the author of the Review (London: Printed for J. Baker, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1712 [i.e. 1711]).


Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. True account of the design, and advantages of the South-Sea trade: with answers to all the objections rais'd against it: a list of the commodities proper for that trade: and the progress of the subscription towards the South-Sea company (London: Printed, and sold by J. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1711).


Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. True state of the case between the government and the creditors of the navy, &c. as it relates to the South-Sea-trade: and the justice of the transactions on either side impartially enquired into (London: Printed, and sold by J. Baker at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1711).


Defoe, Daniel, 1661?-1731. Villainy of stock-jobbers detected, and the causes of the late run upon the bank and bankers discovered and considered (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1701).


Detection of the whole management of the South-Sea Company: from the first rise of their stock to its present declension (London: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Done, Thomas, fl. 1720-1729. Thomas Done, Esq; appellant. Walker Weldon, David Polhill, Esqrs. respondents: the respondent Walker Weldon's case ([London?: s.n., 1729?]).


Done, Thomas, fl. 1720-1729. Thomas Done, Esquire, appellant. Walker Weldon, Esq; and David Polhill, Esq; respondents: the appellant's case ([S.l.: s.n., 1729?]).


D'Urfey, Thomas, 1653-1723. Hubble bubbles: a ballad to the tune of O'er the hills and far a way / by Mr. Duffey ([London?: s.n., 1720]).


Ellis. Sense of the people concerning the present state of affairs: with remarks upon some passages of our own and the Roman history: in a letter to a member of Parliament (London: Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head, in Pater-Noster-Row, [1721?]).


Essay for discharging the debts of the nation by equivalents: in a letter to the Right Honubulue Charles, Earl of Sunderland: and The South-Sea scheme consider'd: in a letter to the Right Honubulue Robert Walpole, Esq. (London: Printed for J. Noon ... J. Roberts ... A. Dodd, 1720).


Essay for establishing a new Parliament money: with some thoughts for the service of the South-Sea Company (London: Printed for E. Morphew near Stationers-Hall, 1720).


Essay in praise of knavery: whether it be in c---ers, politicians, or lawyers; priests, p---lates, or church dignitaries; l---ds, merchants, or stock-jobbers; national plunderers, or pick-pockets; thieves, highway-men, or thief-takers (London: Printed for Sam. Briscoe, at the Bell Savage on Ludgate-Hill; and at the Sun against John's Coffee-House in Swithin's Alley, in Cornhil, 1723).


Examination and explanation of the South-Sea Company's scheme, for taking in the publick debts; shewing, that it is not encouraging to those who shall become proprietors of the engrafted stock, to join with the present proprietors of the company (London: Printed and sold by J. Roberts, 1720). First edition.


Examination and explanation of the South-Sea Company's scheme, for taking in the publick debts: shewing, that it is not encouraging to those who shall become proprietors of the engrafted stock, to join with the present proprietors of the company (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1720). Second edition.


Exchange-alley, or, The stock-jobber turn'd gentleman: with the humours of our modern projectors: a tragi-comical farce: humbly inscrib'd to the gentlemen daily attending at Jonathan's Coffee-house (London: Printed for T. Bickerton, at the Crown in Pater-noster row, 1720).


Faithful subject of the best of kings. Essay towards restoring of publick credit: humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Honourable House of Commons: wherein certain propositions are laid down, advantageous to the proprietors of the annuities and redeemable debts (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-lane, 1721).


Farther examination and explanation of the South-Sea Company's scheme: shewing, that it is not the interest of the South-Sea Company to offer the annuitants such terms as may induce them to come in… (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Flying-post, or, Post-master, from Thursday April 7, to Saturday April 9, 1720 (London: Printed by Robert Tookey, in St. Christopher's-Court, behind the Royal Exchange, [1720]).


For directors of the South-Sea Company ([London?: s.n., 1720]).


Foxton, Thomas, 1697-1769. Jesina: or, Delusive gold: a pastoral lamenting the misfortunes of a young lady of quality, ruined by South-Sea stock / by Mr. Foxton ... (London: Printed for E. Curll, at the Dial and Bible, over-against Catherine-street, in the Strand, 1721).


Freeholder of Great-Britain. Epistle to Archibald Hutcheson, Esq; / by a freeholder of Great-Britain (London: Printed for T. Payne, at the Crown in Pater-Noster-Row, 1722).


Full confutation of the subscribers pretensions to receipts for the first payment, made upon the third and fourth subscriptions: wherein the true case of the sellers of those subscriptions is examined and answered: in a letter to a noble l--d (London: Printed for T. Bickerton, at the Crown in Pater-Noster-Row, [1720]).


Gay, John, 1685-1732. Panegyrical epistle to Mr. Thomas Snow, goldsmith, near Temple-Barr: occasion'd by his buying and selling of the third subscriptions, taken in by the directors of the South-Sea Company, at a thousand per cent (London: Printed for Bernard Lintot, at the Cross-Keys between the two Temple-Gates, 1721).


Gooddalle, Thomas. South-Sea scheme, as it now stands, consider'd: and some proposals whereby to raise their stock to 400 l. per cent / by a true lover of his country, and an hearty promoter of trade at home, and commerce abroad (London: Printed for T. Bickerton, at the Crown in Pater-noster-Row, 1720).


Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750. Compleat history of the late septennial Parliament: wherein all their proceedings are particularly enquir'd into, and faithfully related: with proper remarks, and many secret memoirs interspers'd, concerning the late times  (London: Printed for J. Peele at Locke's-Head in Pater-noster-Row, 1722).


Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750. Conspirators; or, the case of Catiline, as collected from the best historians, impartially examin'd; with respect to his declared and covert abettors; and the artifices used to skreen the conspirators from punishment (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750. Conspirators, or, the case of Catiline. Part II / by the author of the first part (London: Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750. Essay on the practice of stock-jobbing, and some remarks on the right use, and regular improvement of money: in a letter to a gentleman, and a proprieter of South-sea stock (London: Printed for J. Peele, at the Lock's-head in Pater-noster Row, 1724).


Gordon, Thomas, d. 1750. Francis, Lord Bacon: or, the case of private and national corruption, and bribery, impartially consider'd: address'd to all South-Sea directors, members of Parliament, ministers of state, and church-dignitaries / by a true-born Englishman (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Gould, Nathaniel, Sir. Essay on the publick debts of this kingdom: wherein the importance of discharging them is considered, the provisions for that purpose by the sinking fund and the progress therein hitherto made are stated and explained (London: Printed for J. Peele, at the Lock's-Head in Pater-noster-Row, 1726).


Great Britain. Abstract of the several acts of Parliament, commission for taking subscriptions, charter and by-laws of the honourable South Sea Company ([London]:Collected and printed by Richard Mount ..., 1718).


Great Britain. Act for better securing the monies and effects of the suitors of the Court of Chancery; and to prevent the counterfeiting of East-India bonds, and indorsements thereon; as likewise indorsements on South-Sea bonds (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty; and Thomas Morris, assignee to George Hills, 1726).


Great Britain. Act for enabling His Majesty to borrow any sum or sums of money not exceeding six hundred thousand pounds, to be charged upon the surplusses, excesses, or overplus monies, commonly called the sinking fund, redeemable by Parliament (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1736).


Great Britain. Act for enlarging the times for hearing and determining claims by the trustees for raising money upon the estates of the late directors of the South-Sea Company, and others (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent majesty, and by the assigns of Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1724).


Great Britain. Act for enlarging the times for hearing and determining claims by the trustees for raising money upon the estates of the late directors of the South Sea Company, and others; and for relief of the creditors of Robert Knight esq. (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent majesty, and Tho. Norris, assignee to George Hills, 1727).


Great Britain. Act for further enlarging the times for entring, hearing, and determining claims on the estates vested in the trustees of the South-Sea Company, and for obliging persons to claim stock by the time therein mentioned for money subscriptions (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1723).


Great Britain. Act for laying additional duties on hides and skins, vellom and parchment, and new duties on starch, coffee, tea, drugs, gilt and silver ware, and policies of insurance (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Queens most excellent Majesty, and the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1712).


Great Britain. Act for laying additional duties on sope, and paper, and upon certain linens, silks, callicoes, and stuffs, and upon starch, and exported coles, and upon stampt vellum, parchment, and paper (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Queens most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1714).


Great Britain. Act for laying several duties upon all sope and paper made in Great Britain, or imported into the same; and upon chequered and striped linens imported; and upon certain silks, callicoes, linens, and stuffs printed, painted, or stained (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Queens most Excellent Majesty, and the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1712).


Great Britain. Act for making forth new exchequer bills, not exceeding one million, at a certain interest; and for lending the same to the South-Sea Company at an higher interest, upon security of repaying the same and such high interest into the Exchequer (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1720).


Great Britain. Act for making good deficiencies, and satisfying the publick debts; and for erecting a corporation to carry on a trade to the South-Seas; and for the encouragement of the fishery; and for liberty to trade in unwrought iron with the subjects of Spain (London: Printed by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, printers to the Queens most Excellent Majesty, 1711).


Great Britain. Act for Making Several Provisions to Restore the Publick Credit Which Suffers by the Frauds and Mismanagements of the Late Directors of the South-Sea Company and Others... (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1721).


Great Britain. Act for paying off and cancelling one million of exchequer bills, and to give ease to the South-Sea Company, in respect of its present obligation, to circulate or contribute towards circulating exchequer bills (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1722).


Great Britain. Act [sic] for prolonging the times for hearing and determining claims before the trustees, in whom the estates of the late South-Sea directors, and of John Aislabie esq; and likewise of James Craggs esq; deceased (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1722).


Great Britain. Act for redeeming the fund appropriated for payment of the lottery tickets which were made forth for the service of the year one thousand seven hundred and ten, by a voluntary subscription of the proprietors into the capital stock of the South-Sea Company (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1719).


Great Britain. Act for redeeming the yearly fund of the South-Sea Company (being after the rate of six pounds per centum per annum) and settling on the said Company a yearly fund after the rate of five pounds per centum per annum, redeemable by Parliament (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1717).


Great Britain. Act for restraining the sub-governor, deputy-governor, directors, treasurer or cashire, deputy-cashire, and accountant of the South-Sea Company, from going out of this Kingdom for the space of one year (London: Printed by J. Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceasd, 1721).


Great Britain. Act for restraining the sub-governor, directors, treasurer or cashire, deputy-cashire, and accountant of the South-Sea Company, from going out of this Kingdom for the space of one year (London: Printed by John Baskett ... and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1721).


Great Britain. Act for reviving and adding two millions to the capital stock of the South-Sea Company, and for reviving a proportional part of the yearly fund payable at the Exchequer, and for dividing their whole capital (after such division made) into two equal parts (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1723).


Great Britain. Act for the converting a further part of the capital stock of the South Sea Company into annuities redeemable by Parliament, and for settling the remaining part of the said stock in the said Company (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, 1733).


Great Britain. Act for the further application of the sinking fund, by paying off one million of South Sea annuities (London: Printed by the assigns of His Majesty's printer, and of Henry Hills deceas'd, 1731).


Great Britain. Act for the further application of the sinking fund, by paying off one million of South Sea stock; and for appropriating the supplies granted in this session of Parliament (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most Excellent Majesty, 1732).


Great Britain. Act to disable the present sub-governor, deputy-governor, and directors of the South-Sea Company, at, from, and after the respective times for electing a sub-governor, deputy-governor, and new directors of the said Company (London: Printed by J. Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1721).


Great Britain. Act to discharge the trustees appointed (by an act of the seventh year of His late Majesty's reign, for raising money upon the estates of the late directors of the South Sea Company, and others) of their trust  (London: Printed by the assigns of His Majesty's printer, and of Henry Hills deceased, 1729).


Great Britain. Act to enable the South-Sea Company to ingraft part of their capital stock and fund into the stock and fund of the Bank of England, and another part thereof into the stock and fund of the East-India Company (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1721).


Great Britain. Act to enable the South Sea Company, with the licence and consent of the East India Company, to take in negroes within their limits of trade, and to deliver the same at Buenos Ayres (London: Printed by John Baskett ... and Thomas Norris, assignee to George Hills, 1727).


Great Britain. Act to explain an act passed in the last session of Parliament, intituled, An act for the converting a further part of the capital stock of the South Sea Company into annuities redeemable by Parliament (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, 1734).


Great Britain. Act to prevent the mischiefs by forging powers to transfer such stocks, or to receive such annuities or dividends as are therein mentioned, or by fraudulently personating the true owners thereof (London: Printed by John Baskett, printer to the Kings most excellent Majesty, and by the assigns of Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, deceas'd, 1722).


Great Britain. [Acts, by-laws, etc., relating to the South Sea Company] ([London?: s.n., 1722?]).


Great Britain. Parliament. Bill to explain an act passed in the last session of Parliament, intituled, An act for the converting a further part of the capital stock of the South-Sea Company into annuities redeemable by Parliament  ([England?: s.n., 1734?]).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Votes of the House of Commons, in the 6th session of the 5th Parliament of Great Britain, appointed to meet ... March 1714 [i.e. 1715]: and ... continued by several prorogations to the 8th ... December, in the Seventh year of ... King George, A.D. 1720 ( (London Printed for J. Tonson in the Strand, T. Goodwin and B. Linton in Fleet-street, and W. Taylor in Pater-noster-Row, [1720-1721]).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee of Secrecy. Reports of the honourable the Committee of Secrecy in relation to the late directors of the South-Sea Company: with the examination of Sir Theodore Janssen, taken the 20th and 26th of January, 1720  (London: Printed for G. Bateman, near St. Paul's, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, [1721]).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee of Secrecy. Several reports of the Committee of Secrecy to the honourable House of Commons, relating to the late South-Sea directors, &c. (London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's, 1721).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee of Secrecy. Supplement to the reports of the Committee of Secrecy (London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's, 1721).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Committee of Secrecy to Enquire into the State of the East India Company. Reports of the Committee of Secrecy to the honourable House of Commons, relating to the late South-Sea directors, &c. (London: Printed for Cato, near the Royal-Exchange, 1721).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Proceedings of the House of Lords in relation to the late directors of the South-Sea Company and others: with the report of their Lordships on the said proceedings: to which is added, the conference with the Commons (London: Printed for E. Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1722).


Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Proceedings of the House of Lords in relation to the late directors of the South-Sea Company, and others: with the report of their Lordships on the said proceedings: to which is added, the conference with the Commons (London: Printed for Zachariah Stokey, near St. Pauls, 1721).


Great Britain. Sovereign (1714-1727: George I). [Assignment, 1724 April 28, from the trustees of the South Sea Company to Edward Gibbon, Esq.].


Great Britain. Sovereign (1714-1727: George I). [Assignment, 1725 April 28, of several debts and effects to Edward Gibbon, Esq. from the trustees].


Grigsby, John. Case of John Grigsby, late accomptant to the South-Sea Company ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Groote tafereel der dwaasheid ([Amsterdam?: s.n.], 1720).


Guide to the electors of Great Britain: being lists of all those members in the last Parliament who voted for and against such bills as were of the greatest importance, either to the prerogatives of the Crown, or to the privileges of the people (London: Printed for S. Popping at the Black Raven in Pater-noster Row, 1722).


Hammond, Anthony, 1668-1738. Modest apology, occasion'd by the late unhappy turn of affairs, with relation to publick credit / by a gentleman (London: Printed and sold by J. Peele, at Lock's-Head in Pater-noster-Row, 1721).


Hammond, Anthony, 1668-1738. National debt as it stood at Michaelmas 1730: stated and explained (London: Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Amen-Corner, Pater-noster-Row, 1731).


Hawes, Francis. Case of Francis Hawes, one of the late directors of the South-Sea Company ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Hearty well-wisher to publick credit. South-Sea scheme examin'd: and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated / by a hearty well-wisher to publick credit (London: Printed for John Roberts, 1720).


History of the rise and fall of South-Sea stock: with a method humbly proposed for the relief of the sufferers of all sorts: in a letter to a friend (London: Printed for Richard Tookey, for the author, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick Lane, [1721]).


Houstoun, James, b. ca. 1690. Works of James Houstoun, M.D.: containing memoirs of his life and travels in Asia, Africa, America, and most parts of Europe, from the year 1690, to the present time (London: Printed for the author; and sold by S. Blandon, at the Paper Mill, in Pater-noster Row, 1753).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Abstract of all the publick debts remaining due at Michaelmas, 1722: and an estimate of the annual sinking fund towards the discharge of the same; made from the accounts thereof delivered into Parliament (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1723).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Abstract shewing the loss to the new subscribers to the South-Sea stock, at the several prices following: and the yearly profits on trade necessary to make good the said loss, on the ingraftment of all the redeemable debts ([London: s.n., 1720?]).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Collection of treatises relating to the national debts & funds: the first of them dated April the 11th, 1717, and the last October the 30th, 1719: and also a collection of treatises relating to the South-Sea stock and scheme (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Computation of the value of South-Sea stock, on the foot of the scheme as it now subsists: made from the facts as they are stated by the directors of the South-Sea Company, in the accounts and papers by them laid before the House of Commons (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720 [i.e. 1721]).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Estimate of the value of South-Sea stock: with some remarks relating thereto / by a member of the House of Commons (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Letter to the author of the calculations in the White-hall evening-post, relating to South-Sea stock: shewing the mistakes in the said calculations; and, these being rectified, what the present value of South-Sea stock is…  (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Some calculations relating to the proposals made by the South-Sea Company, and the Bank of England, to the House of Commons: shewing, the loss to the new subscribers, at the several rates in the said computations mentioned (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Some computations and remarks relating to the money subscribers and the proprietors of the publick debts: and a letter relating thereto to the sub-governor, deputy-governor, and the directors of the South-Sea Company (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720 [i.e. 1721]).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Some computations relating to the proposed transferring of eighteen millions of the fund of the South Sea Company, to the Bank and East-India Company: shewing how the same will come out on two different suppositions (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720 [i.e. 1721]).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Some paragraphs of Mr. Hutcheson's treatises on the South-Sea subject; which relate to the relief of the unhappy traders in South-Sea stock, and to publick credit: and the reason of his reprinting them at this time (London: Printed for T. Payne, near Stationers-Hall, 1723).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Some seasonable considerations for those who are desirous, by subscription, or purchase, to become proprietors of South-Sea stock: with remarks on the surprizing method of valuing South-Sea stock, publish'd in the Flying-post of Saturday, April the 9th (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1720).


Hutcheson, Archibald, ca. 1659-1740. Two last treatises published by Mr. Hutcheson: the first of them published the 17th of January, 1722, the other dated the first of March and deliver'd to the House of Commons on Monday the fourth of March, 1722, and since published (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1723).


Hymn to the chair: or, Lucubrations, serious and comical, on the use of chairs, benches, forms, joint-stools, three-legged stools, and ducking-stools: the hint taken from the Craftsman of the 6th instant (London: Printed for B. Dickinson ...; Tho. Corbet ...; and R. Montague ... , 1732).


Index to the Report of the secret committee: by which, in a short view, the reader is presented with the substance of it: in a letter to a friend (London: Printed for S. Popping in Pater-noster-Row, 1715).


J. B., Gent. Poem occasion'd by the rise and fall of South-Sea stock: humbly dedicated to the merchant-adventurers trading in the South-Seas (London: Printed and sold by Samuel Chapman, at the Angel and Crown in Pall-Mall; and John Williams, at the Bible and Crown in New Bond-street, 1720).


Knight, Robert, cashier to the South Sea Company. True and exact copy of Mr. Robert K----t's letter to the S---- S-- D------rs: dated Sunday January the 22d, 1720 (Westminster: Printed for Jo. Pope, [1720]).


Lambert, John, Sir, d. 1722 or 3. Sir John Lambert, bart., appellant, Sir Daniel O'Carrol, respondent: the appellant's case ([England?: s.n., 1731?]).


Lambert, John, Sir, d. 1722 or 3. Sir John Lambert, bart., appellant, Sir Daniel O'Carroll, Kt., respondent: the respondent's case ([England: s.n., 1731?]).


Laws, ex post facto, or, The annulling of legal bargains, inconsistent with the British constitution, and the privileges of a free people ([London?: s.n., 1721?]).


Letter from a merchant in Amsterdam to a friend in London, about the South sea trade (London: Printed and sold by John Baker, at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCXII [1712]).


Letter from an exchange broker to a country gentleman concerning peace and South-sea stock (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1711).


Letter to a conscientious man: concerning the use and the abuse of riches, and the right and the wrong ways of acquiring them: shewing that stock-jobbing is an unfair way of dealing (London: Printed for W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster Row, 1720).


Letter to a leading great man, concerning the rights of the people to petition, and the reasonableness of complying with such petitions (London: Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head, in Pater-Noster-Row, [1721]).


Letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the South-sea company's scheme for reducing the publick debts (London: Printed and sold by J. Roberts, 1720).


Letter to a member of Parliament, occasion'd by the South-Sea Company's scheme for reducing the publick debts (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Letter to a member of Parliament; wherein the unreasonableness and improbability of binding down the redeemables, is fully demonstrated (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Letter to Sir John Eyles, occasioned by the proceedings at the last general court: with some quaeries relating to the ingraftment, &c. ([S.l.: s.n., 1720?]).


Letter to the author of the London journal: containing objections against the present scheme, to empower the three great companies to take in part of the publick debts (London: Printed and sold by A. Dodd, without Temple-Bar, 1721).


Letter to the proprietors of the South-Sea stock: shewing what will be the most easy and effectual method to discharge their present bond debt, without prejudice to their capital stock (London: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane; and E. Nutt, at the Royal Exchange, 1732).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Appellants 15th interrogatory, and the respondents answer and examination thereto ([London?: s.n., 1738]).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Percival Lewis, appellant. Elias Turner, Sir George Caswall, Knt. Jacob Sawbridge, Robinson Knight, and Sir Henry Blunt bart. formerly Henry Blunt. respondents: the respondents case ([London?: s.n., 1734?]).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Percival Lewis, Esq; appellant, Elias Turner, Jacob Sawbridge, Sir George Caswall, Robinson Knight, and Sir Henry Blunt, bart, respondents: the appellant's case ([England?: s.n., 1734]).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Percival Lewis, Esq; appellant. Jacob Sawbridge, Esq; Sir George Caswall, knt. Robinson Knight, and Sir Henry Blunt, bart., formerly Henry Blunt, respondents: the respondents case ([London? s.n., 1737?]).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Percival Lewis, Esq; appellant. Jacob Sawbridge, Sir George Caswall, Robinson Knight, and Sir Henry Blunt, baronet, respondents: the appellant's case ([London?: s.n., 1737]).


Lewis, Percival, Esq. Percival Lewis, Esq; appellant. Sir Henry Blunt, bart. and Robinson Knight; and the said Sir Henry Blunt, Michael Impey, Esq; and John Fremantle, Esq; assignees of the estate and effects of the said Robinson Knight, under a commission of bankrupt awarded ([London: s.n., 1755]).


Lintcarius Londinensis. Letter to the Honourable Spencer Compton, Esq.: speaker of the Honourable House of Commons (London: Prinsed [sic] and sold by W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster-Row, and A. Dod, at the Peacock, without Temple-Bar, 1720).


Lover of his country. South-Sea scheme detected, and the management thereof enquir'd into: with the case of the subscribing annuitants, and a remedy offer'd for our present grievances: in answer to a pamphlet entitled, The South-Sea scheme examin'd, &c. (London: Printed for J. Roberts ..., 1720).


Lucipher's new row-barge: [no. 2] ([London?: s.n., 1721]).


M. C. Dialogue: or, A familiar discourse, concerning Sir Humphry Mackworth's Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt taxes (London: Printed, and sold by T. Warner at the Black-Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1720).


Mackay, Charles, 1814-1889. Memoirs of extraordinary popular delusions / by Charles Mackay (London: Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. Publisher in Ordinary to her Majesty, 1841).


Mackenzie, Roderick, fl. 1706-1725. Now or never, or, A familiar discourse concerning the two schemes for restoring national credit: either by the united interest of the three great companies, or by making the government-securities current in all payments (London: Printed and sold by W. Boreham at the Angel in Pater-noster Row, 1721).


Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. Answer to several queries relating to the proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt-taxes / by Sir Humphrey Mackworth (London: Printed for W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster Row, 1720).


Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. Proposal for payment of the publick debts,: for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt taxes.: Founded on the nature and excellency of the constitution of the government of Great Britain (London: Printed for W. Boreham ..., [1720]). Third edition revised.


Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt taxes: founded on the nature and excellency of the Constitution of the government of Great Britain / by Sir Humphrey Mackworth (London: Printed for W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster Row, [1720]).


Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. Proposal for payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt taxes: founded on the nature and excellency of the Constitution of the Government of Great Britain / by Sir Humphrey Mackworth (London: Printed for W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster Row, 1720). Fifth edition.


Mackworth, Humphrey, Sir, 1657-1727. Sir Humphry Mackworth's proposal: being a new scheme offer'd for the payment of the publick debts, for relief of the South-Sea Company, and for easing the nation of the land and malt tax (London: Printed for W. Barenheim near Pater Noster Row, [1720]).


Maynwaring, Arthur, 1668-1712. South Sea whim: to the tune of ------ To you fair ladies now at land, &c. ([London?: s.n.], printed in the year 1711).


Memorial of the contractants with Mr. Aislabie: in a letter to Licinius Stolo (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Meres, John, Sir, d. 1736. Equity of Parliaments, and publick faith, vindicated: in answer to The crisis of property, and address'd to the annuitants / by Sir John Meres (London: Printed for Chr. Coningsby ..., 1720).


Midriff, John, Sir. Observations on the spleen and vapours: containing remarkable cases of persons of both sexes, and all ranks, from the aspiring director to the humble bubbler, who have been miserably afflicted with those melancholy disorders since the fall of South-Sea (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane, 1721).


Milner, James, d. 1721. Letter to a friend, concerning the proposals for the payment of the nation's debts (London Printed for J. Roberts ... and A. Dodd ..., 1720).


Milner, James, d. 1721. Three letters, relating to the South-Sea Company and the Bank: the first written in March 1719-20, the second in April 1720, the third in Septem. 1720, now first publish'd / by James Milner, Esq. (London: Printed for J. Roberts ... and A. Dodd ..., 1720).


Milner, James, d. 1721. Visit to the South-Sea Company and the Bank: in a letter to a friend, concerning the late proposals for the payment of the nation's debts (London: Printed for J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, and A. Dodd without Temple-bar, 1720).


Ministry and government of Great-Britain vindicated: in answer to a book entituled, An enquiry into the conduct of our domestick affairs, &c.: in a letter to the author (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1734).


Morley, William. Case of William Morley, merchant, one of the late directors of the South-Sea Company ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Mortimer, Thomas, 1730-1810. Grammar illustrating the principles and practice of trade and commerce: for the use of young persons intended for business / by Thomas Mortimer ... (London: Printed for Richard Phillips, and to be had of all booksellers, 1810).


Nation preserved; or, The plot discover'd: containing an impartial account of the secret policy of some of the South-Sea directors; with copies of their letters to each other, and the substance of their debates in several of their private conferences (Dublin: Reprinted by C. Carter, 1721).


Neville, Grey, 1681-1723. Speech upon the consolidated bill ([London: s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Newball, John, fl. 1730-1748. Some occasional letters, on national affairs (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1731).


Orphan annuitant. Pangs of credit: or, An argument to shew where it is most reasonable to bestow the two millions: in a plain view of the circumstances of the redeemable annuitants under the two acts of Parliament, commonly called the Scheme-act, and the Credit-act (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane, 1722).


Page, Samuel. Representation of Dr. Samuel Page to the South-Sea-Company: shewing, that the author of a late pamphlet, entituled, The trade granted to the South-Sea-Company considered, with relation to Jamaica, had advanced nothing material and practical therein, ... (London: [s.n.], 1714).


Particulars and inventories of the estates of the late sub-governor, deputy-governor, and directors of the South-Sea Company: and of Robert Surman late deputy-cashier, and of John Grigsby late accomptant of the said company (London: Printed for Jacob Tonson, Bernard Lintot, and William Taylor, 1721).


Particulars of the enquiry into Mr. Benjamin Wooley's conduct: and his being stationed by the Court of Directors of the South-Sea Company, first factor at Porto Bello and Panama (London: Printed for A. Dodd at the Peacock without Temple-Bar, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1735).


Passionate lover of his country. Naked and undisguis'd truth, plainly and faithfully told: what was the unhappy rise, which were the fatal causes, and who the wicked authors, of Great Britain's and Ireland's present dreadful (and before unheard of) calamities  (London: Printed for J. Moore, near St. Paul's, 1721).


Paterson, Thomas. Thomas Paterson, Esq; appellant. Richard Graham, merchant, respondent: the appellants case ([London?: s.n., 1732?]).


Paterson, Thomas. Thomas Paterson of London, Esq; appellant. Richard Graham of Glasgow, merchant, respondent: the respondent's case ([England?: s.n., 1733?]).


Pittis, William, 1674-1724. History of the present Parliament, and convocation. With the debates ... relating to the conduct of the war abroad ... (London: Printed for John Baker ..., 1711).


Postlethwayt, Malachy, 1707?-1767. Considerations on the revival of the Royal-British assiento: between His Catholick-Majesty, and the honourable the South Sea Company: with an humble attempt to unite the African-trade to that of the South Sea Company, by act of Parliament (London: Printed for John and Paul Knapton, at the Crown in Ludgate-street, 1749).


[Powers of attorney, 1711-1752].


[Powers of attorney and dividend warrants, 1702-1763].


Proprietor of South-Sea stock. To the author of the Case stated between the publick and the South-Sea-Company ([London?: s.n., 1721?]).


Proprietor of the said company. Address to the proprietors of the South-Sea capital: containing, a discovery of the illicit trade, carry'd on in the West-Indies; and shewing the great detriment thereof to the publick; and the necessity of discouraging it with rigour (London: Printed for Stephen Austen at the Angel and Bible in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1732).


Proposal for granting relief to the several proprietors of the long and short annuities, redeemable debts, and money subscribers (commonly call'd the new or additional capital of the South-Sea Company): by returning them a proportion of the 13,301,480 l ([London?: s.n., 1721]).


Pullen, John. Original plan, progress, and present state of the South-Sea-Company: or, Some occasional thoughts upon the state of the British trade in the West-Indies, more especially the South-Seas (London: Printed for T. Warner, at the Black Boy in Pater-noster-Row, 1732).


Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758. Poem on the south-sea / by Mr. Alexander Ramsay [i.e. Allan Ramsay]; to which is prefix'd, A familiar epistle to Anthony Hammond Esq., by a friend [i.e. G. Sewell] (London: Printed for T. Jauncy ..., 1720).


Ramsay, Allan, 1686-1758. Poems (Edinburgh: Printed for the author ... , 1720).


Reasons for making void and annulling those fraudulent and usurious contracts: into which multitudes of unhappy persons have been drawn, to the utter ruin of themselves and families, by the late directors of the South-Sea Company (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Reasons for the proprietors agreeing with the resolution of the court of directors ([London: s.n., 1721]).


[Receipt, 1717 March 11].


Redewisseling, en consideratien over den staet en rykdom der Zuid-Zee-Compagnie: voor zo veel ze haar capitaal verkrygt door vernieuwde en verhoogde inscriptien ([Amsterdam: By Pieter Visser, Boekverkooper op de Lely-gragt, Anno. 1720]).


Reflexions sur l'avertissement inserae, le 13 de mai, dans le Bost-Boy, & dans le Journal de mist, concernant les emprunts, les dettes rachetables, & les souscriptions en argent ([S.l.: s.n., 1721?]).


Remarks on the celebrated calculations of the value of South-Sea stock, in the Flying-post of the 9th of April, 1720, paragraph by paragraph: in order to remove the aspersions thereby cast on the present contract with that company (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Remarks on the occurrences of the years 1720 and 1721: relating to the execution of the South-Sea scheme (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick Lane, 1732).


Remarks upon several pamphlets writ in opposition to the South-Sea scheme: particularly, An examination and explanation of the South-Sea scheme, &c. and A farther examination and explanation, &c. and A letter of thanks from the author of the comparison (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Restitution: a law of the land in relation to the third and fourth money subscriptions into the South-Sea Company ([London?: s.n., 1721]).


Rich, Edward-Pickering. Original poems on several occasions. / By Mr. Edward-Pickering Rich ... (London: Printed for J. Roberts ..., 1720).


Richwould, Mrs. (Mary). South Sea fortune; or, The chaplain advanced to the saddle: containing the genuine private memoirs of a worthy family in Gloucestershire, from the fatal year 1720, to the year 1748 / written by Mrs. Richwould [pseud.] ... (London: Printed for J. Wren, at the Bible and Crown, opposite the New Exchange Buildings, in the Strand, 1758).


Right Honble. Spencer Lord Wilmington's account of intrest [sic] & dividends &c. exclusive of the South Sea account.


Rise of the stocks the ruin of the people: plainly demonstrated, in three letters to a member of Parliament: wherein is contained a short scheme for the real reducing of the publick debts, on occasion of His Majesties speech for that purpose (London: Printed for W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-Noster-Row, 1721).


S. D. Letter to Sr. John Eyles, Bart. sub-governour of the South-Sea Company: occasioned by the debates at the last general court (London: Printed for John Brotherton, at the Bible, next the Fleece-Tavern in Cornhill, 1732).


Salus populi suprema lex; shew'd in the behaviour of British Parliaments towards parricides, &c., illustrated by precedents in almost every reign, from the time of Edward II, or, Reasons for inflicting the highest punishments on the authors (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms, in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Sawbridge, Jacob. Mr. Sawbridge his case ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Scandal no argument: an Oxford annuitant's letter to Sir Richard Steele, in answer to The crisis of honesty: with reasons why guardians should not expose their wards to sale, and pay their own debts out of their estates (London: Printed for W. Boreham ..., 1720).


Schemes of the South-Sea Company and the Bank of England, as propos'd to the Parliament for the reducing of the national debts (London: Printed for W. Castle, at the Royal Exchange, 1720). First edition.


Schemes of the South-Sea Company and the Bank of England, as propos'd to the Parliament for the reducing of the national debts (London: Printed for W. Castle, at the Royal Exchange, 1720). Second edition.


Shemajah, Elizaphan. Letter to the patriots of Change-Alley: offering some considerations to prove stockjobbing to be a great security and advantage both to church and state / by Elizaphan Shemajah ... (London: Printed for J. Roberts ..., 1720).


Shippen, William, 1673-1743. Mr. Aislabie's two speeches considered: with his tryal at large in both houses of Parliament: wherein the learned speeches for and against him, in several debates, are faithfully inserted: to which are added, remarks upon a scandalous libel (London: Printed for A. Moore, near St. Paul's, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1721).


Sir H. Mackworth's proposal in miniature: as it has been put in practice in New-York, in America (London: Printed for W. Boreham ..., 1720).


Skreen removed: in a list of all the names mention'd in the report of the committee of secrecy: with the sums wherewith they are charged, in relation to South-Sea stock, as well on account of loans, as otherwise (London: Printed for J. Lapworth, next the Rose Tavern without Temple-Bar; and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, 1721).


Snake in the grass discover'd, or, Observations on a late pamphlet, intituled, Considerations on the present state of the nation, as to publick credit, stocks, the landed and trading interests: with a proposal for the speedy lessening the publick debts (London: Printed and sold by W. Boreham, at the Angel in Pater-noster-Row, and A. Dod, at the Peacock, without Temple-Bar, 1720).


Some considerations on the late mismanagement of the South-Sea stock; on the new scheme propos'd for redress; and likewise on trade: in a letter to a friend (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, [1721]).


Some considerations relating to the management of the affairs of the South-Sea Company (London: Printed for John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1716).


Some observations upon a late pamphlet: intitled, A modest representation of the past and present state of Great Britain, occasion'd by the late change in the administration / by Eubulus [sic] (London: Printed for A. Baldwin near Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1711).


Some observations upon the bill now depending in Parliament, for relief of the unhappy sufferers in the South-Sea Company / in a letter from a Gentleman of the law to a member of Parliament ([London: s.n., 1721]).


Some proposals humbly offer'd to the Parliament of Great Britain, for easing the nation of the old navy-debt, (now the South-Sea-debt) of ten millions sterling, principal money: for greatly increasing our money (which is now sinking every day) (London: Printed for R. Robinson, at the Golden Lyon, in St. Paul's Church-yard, 1716).


Some remarks and observations relating to the transactions of the year 1720 (London: Printed for J. Roberts near the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1724).


South Sea ballad / set by a lady ([Edinburgh?: s.n., 1720?]).


South Sea bubble ([London: Printed for T. Tegg, 1826?]).


South Sea Bubble, and the numerous fraudulent projects to which it gave rise in 1720: historically detailed as a beacon to the unwary against modern schemes (enumerated in an appendix) equally visionary and nefarious (London: For Thomas Boys, Ludgate Hill, 1825).


[South Sea bubble playing cards] ([London: Carington Bowles, 1721]).


South Sea Company. Abstract of the charter of the governour and company of merchants of Great Britain, trading to the South-Seas, and other parts of America, and for encouraging the fishery ([London?: Printed by John Barber, printer to the Honourable the South-Seas Company, 1711]).


South Sea Company. Committee Appointed to Inspect and Examine the Several Accompts. Report of the Committee Appointed to Inspect and Examine the Several Accompts of the South-Sea Company: laid before the general court of the said company the 16th of June, 1732; and added to the special committee for law-suits (London: Printed by W. Wilkins in Lombard-street, 1733).


South Sea Company. Copy of the papers which were prepared by the Court of Directors, and read in a general court of the South Sea Company: on Wednesday the 17th day of February, 1713, and by the said general court ordered to be printed (London: Printed by John Barber, printer to the Honourable South-Sea Company, [1714]).


South Sea Company. [Dividend warrant, 25 February 1724, issued by the South Sea Company to Frans. Oldfield].


South Sea Company. List of the names of foreigners in ... South Sea annuities remaining unsubscribed, 1750 June 6 [manuscript].


South Sea Company. List of the names of His Majesty's subjects in ... South Sea annuities unsubscribed, 1750 June 6 [manuscript].


South Sea Company. Proceedings of the directors of the South-Sea Company, from the first proposal of that company, for taking in the publick debts, February 1, 1719, to the choice of new directors, February 2, 1720 (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


South Sea Company. Proceedings of the late directors of the South-Sea Company, from their proposal for taking in the publick debts, to the choice of new directors: containing a particular account of the debates in the General-Courts of the said company (London: Printed for A. Dodd, at the Peacock, without Temple-Bar; and J. Billingsley, at the Printing-Press, under the Royal Exchange, [1721?]).


South Sea Company. South-Sea House, October 15, 1720: by virtue and in pursuance of a late act of Parliament, entituled, An act for enabling the South-Sea Company to increase their present capital stock and fund ... ([London: s.n., 1720]).


South-Sea Company and Bank proposals, as they were delivered to the Honourable House of Commons, stated and compared ([London: s.n., 1720?]).


South Sea House in Threadneedle Street ([England?: s.n., 17--?]).


South-Sea scheme examin'd: and the reasonableness thereof demonstrated / by a hearty well-wisher to publick credit (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1720).


Spain. Sovereign (1700-1746: Philip V). King of Spain's protest, relating to the South-Sea Company, not printed with the convention treaty ([London?: s.n., 1739]).


Speech intended to have been spoken by Mr. ---- ---- at the general court of the South-Sea Company, held the 16th of January, 1750, but prevented by other gentlemen taking up so great a part of the time of the said court (London: Printed and sold by Charles Say, in Newgate-Street, 1751).


Sperling, John G. South Sea Company: an historical essay and bibliographical finding list (Boston: Baker Library, Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 1962). Kress Library Publication No. 17.


State of the case between the South-Sea Company, and the proprietors of the redeemable debts ([London: s.n., 1721]).


State of the coin and credit of the kingdom ([London?: s.n., 1718?]).


Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain but by compact with the legislature are exempt from any new direction relating to the said estates (London: Printed for W. Chetwood ... J. Roberts ... and Charles Lillie ..., 1720).


Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain, but by compact with the legislature are exempt, from any new direction relating to the said estates (London: Printed for W. Chetwood ... J. Roberts ... J. Brotherton ... and Charles Lillie ..., 1720).


Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Crisis of property: an argument proving that the annuitants for ninety-nine years, as such, are not in the condition of other subjects of Great Britain, but by compact with the legislature are exempt from any new direction relating to the said estates (London Printed for W. Chetwood ... J. Roberts ... J. Brotherton ... and Charles Lillie ..., 1720). Second edition.


Steele, Richard, Sir, 1672-1729. Nation a family: being the sequel of The crisis of property: or, A plan for the improvement of the South-Sea proposal. By Sir Richard Steele ... (London: Printed for W. Chetwood ... J. Roberts ... J. Brotherton ... and Charles Lillie ... , 1720).


Stiptick for a bleeding nation, or, A safe and speedy way to restore publick credit, and pay the national debts (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Stock-jobbing ladies ([S.l.: s.n., 1720?]).


Supplement to the London journal of March 25, 1721: being The state of the case relating to the surrender of Mr. Knight, farther considered (London: Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Pater-Noster Row, 1721).


Swift, Jonathan, 1667-1745. Swearer's-bank, or, Parliamentary security for establishing a new bank in Ireland: wherein the medicinal use of oaths is considered: (with The best in Christendom. A tale.) ...: to which is prefixed, an essay upon English bubbles (Dublin: Printed by Thomas Hume, next door to the Walsh's-Head in Smock-Alley, 1720).


Tate, Robert, 18th cent. A practical treatise upon several different and useful subjects. (London: Printed by W.S. and sold by J. Wilford, behind the Chapter-House in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCXXXII [1732])


Telltruth, Timothy. Matter of fact, or, The arraignment and tryal of the Di-----------rs of the S---- S-- Company: with the pleadings of the counsel on both sides (London: Printed for John Applebee ... W. Boreham ... A. Dodd ... , 1720).


Templeman, Daniel. Impartial enquiry into the transactions of the late directors of the South-Sea Company: more especially during the time that Sir John Eyles was sub-governor ...: to which is added, the secret history of the South-Sea directors (London: Printed for the Author, and sold at Shakespear's Head, Exchange-Alley, Cornhill, 1735).


Templeman, Daniel. Secret history of the late directors of the South-Sea-Company: containing a particular account of their conduct, with regard to the Assiento commerce and other transactions highly injurious to the proprietors, and prejudicial to the King of Spain (London: Printed for the author, and sold by the book-seellers [sic] of London and Westminster, 1735).


Temple-mills. The Quaker's dialogue ([London?: s.n., 1720?]).


Thomson, Henry. Report of a case argued and adjudged in the Court of Exchequer and affirm'd in the House of Lords, relating to a contract about South-Sea stock: term. Sanct. Mich. anno ix, Georgii Regis, inter / Harcourt & Thomson (London: Printed for J. Roberts, at the Oxford Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1724).


To Charles Joye, Esq., deputy-governour of the Royal South-Sea Company of England, a plan, and the following papers belonging to the Hospital of the Incurables of Paris, are humbly dedicated. / by Michael Bermingham ... ([London: s.n., 1720]).


To the Honourable the Commons of Great Britain in Parliament assembled, is humbly offer'd, a state of South-Sea stock, and a means to restore credit ([London?: s.n., 1720?]).


Toland, John, 1670-1722. Collection of several pieces of Mr. John Toland: now first publish'd from his original manuscripts: with some memoirs of his life and writings (London: Printed for J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Pater-noster Row, 1726).


Tolson, Francis, d. 1745 or 6. Poem on His Majesty's passing the South-Sea bill / by Mr. Tolson (London: Sold by John Morphew, near Stationers-Hall, 1720).


Tradesman of the city. Nature of contracts consider'd, as they relate to the third and fourth subscriptions, taken in by the South Sea Company: in a letter to a friend: with a postscript, concerning the meeting at Salters-Hall, the 18th instant (London: Printed for J. Roberts, in Warwick-Lane; J. Harrison, by the Royal Exchange; and A. Dodd, without Temple-Bar, 1720).


Trenchard, John, 1662-1723. Comparison between the proposals of the Bank and the South-Sea Company (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts..., 1720).


Trenchard, John, 1662-1723. Letter of thanks from the author of the Comparison between the proposals of the Bank and the South-Sea, &c, to the author of the Argument, shewing the disadvantage which will accrue to the publick (London: Printed, and sold by J. Roberts ..., [1720?]).


Trifler, T., Esq., of the Middle Temple. Elogy of nothing, dedicated to Nobody; with a postface / by T. Trifler, Esq; of the Middle Temple (London: Sold by T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-noster-Row, 1742).


True and exact schemes of the South-Sea Company and the Bank of England, as propos'd to the Parliament, for the reducing of the national debts (London: Printed for W. Castle, near the Royal-Exchange, 1721).


True and impartial account of the rise and progress of the South Sea Company: wherein the Assiento contract is particularly considered: proving the great advantages that would have accrued to England by a faithful observance of it on the part of Spain (London: Printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-noster-Row, 1743).


True lover of his country. Letter to the sub-governor, deputy-governor, & directors of the South-Sea Company ([London?: s.n., 1721]).


True state of the contracts relating to the third money-subscription taken by the South-Sea Company (London: Printed for J. Roberts, near Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane, 1721).


Trustees for Raising Money on the Estates of the Late Directors of the South Sea Company (Great Britain). Report of the trustees in whom the estates of the late South-Sea directors, and of John Aislabie Esq. and of James Craggs Sen. Esq. are vested: presented the 6th of February 1721: publish'd by order of the House of Commons (London: Printed for Robert Knaplock, Jacob Tonson, John Pemberton, and Richard Williamson, 1728).


Two letters printed in June and September, 1728, giving an account of the rise and progress of the sinking fund (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1729).


View of the South Sea House ([England? : s.n., 17--?]).


Vindication of E----ce B-g--l, Esq. from the imputation of his being the author of a printed speech: said to be spoken at a general court of the South-Sea Company in Merchant-Taylor's Hall, on Friday, Sept. 30, 1720  (London: Printed for W. Boreham at the Angel in Pater-noster-row, 1720).


Vindication of the honour and justice of Parliament against a most scandalous libel, entituled, The speech of John A----, Esq. (London: Printed for A. More, near St. Paul's, and sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster, [1721]).


Voyage to Cacklogallinia: with a description of the religion, policy, customs and manners of that country / by Captain Samuel Brunt; reproduced from the original edition, 1727, with an introduction by Marjorie Nicolson (New York: Pub. for the Facsimile text society by Columbia University Press, 1940).


Walpole, Robert, Earl of Orford, 1676-1745. Brief account of the debts provided for by the South-Sea Act, and the times when they were incur'd: with some short observations ([S.l.: s.n.], printed in the year 1712).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Dancing devils, or, The roaring dragon: a dumb farce, as it was lately acted at both houses, but particularly at one, with unaccountable success (London: Printed and sold by A. Bettesworth ... J. Bately ... J. Brotherton ... , 1724).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Delights of the bottle, or, The compleat vintner: with the humours of bubble upstarts, stingy wranglers, dinner spungers, jill tiplers, beef beggers, cook teasers, pan soppers, plate twirlers, table whitlers, drawer biters, spoon pinchers (London: Printed by W. Downing ..., 1720).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. [Lo]oking-glass for England: or, The [ ]ess of stock-jobbing explain'd / w[ritt]en by a true-born Englishman, and recommended to the serious consideration of his loving countrymen (Bristol: Reprinted by S. Farley, 1720).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Merry travellers, or, A trip upon ten-toes from Moorfields to Bromley: an humorous poem, intended as the Wandering spy. Part I / by the author of the Cavalcade (London: Printed for the author, and sold by A. Bettesworth ..., 1724).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Northern cuckold, or, The gardenhouse intrigue (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Parish gutt'lers: or, The humours of a select vestry (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1722).


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. South-Sea ballad: or, Merry remarks upon Exchange-Alley bubbles: to a new tune, call'd The grand elixir, or The philosopher's stone discover'd ([Edinburgh: s.n., 1720]). Foxon W178.


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. South-Sea ballad, or, Merry remarks upon Exchange-Alley bubbles: to a new tune, call'd, The grand elixir, or The philosoper's stone discover'd ([S.l.: s.n., 1720]). Foxon W179.


Ward, Edward, 1667-1731. Wand'ring spy, or, The merry travellers. Part II: to which is added, The contending candidates, or, The broom-staff battles, dirty skirmishes, and other comical humours of the Southwark election / by the author of the Cavalcade (London: Printed, and are to be sold by A. Bettesworth and J. Batley ... J. Hook ... S. Briscoe ... M. Hotham ..., 1722).


Well-wisher of his country. Letter to a member of Parliament, concerning the South-Sea company: with proposals for settling a certain annual dividend / by a Well-wisher of his country (London: [s.n.], 1720).


Well-wisher to publick credit and the national interest. Further reasons offer'd and fresh occasions given for making void and annulling fraudulent and usurious contracts, especially those time-contracts: for putting or refusal of stock (London: [s.n.], printed in the year 1721).


Welsted, Mr. (Leonard), 1688-1747. Epistles, odes, &c. written on several subjects: with a translation of Longinus's Treatise on the sublime / by Mr. Welsted; to which is prefix'd, a dissertation concerning the perfection of the English language, the state of poetry, &c. (London: Printed for J. Walthoe, over-against the Royal Exchange in Cornhill; and J. Peele, at Locke's Head in Pater-noster Row, 1724).