Thomas Cooper (17..-1743)

Land : Grande-Bretagne
Geschlecht : masculin
Geburt : 17..
Tod : 1743
Geschäftsbetrieb : Imprimeur libraire
Anmerkung :
Imprimeur-libraire. - En apprentissage de mai 1720 à juillet 1731. Sa veuve Mary Cooper lui succède dès 1743
Andere Namen : John Cooper (17..-1743)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 3600 4768

Activities of Thomas Cooper (17..-1743) (26)

Imprimeur-libraire (26)

Christianity not founded on argument
The Case of the Hanover forces in the pay of Great-Britain, impartially and freely examined
[The Case of the Hanover forces in the pay of Great-Britain, impartially and freely examined
A Demonstration of the will of God by the light of nature
The Conduct of the late administration, with regard to foreign affairs, from 1722 to 1742
The Conduct of the late and present m-------ry compared
A Defence of the rights of the House of Austria
Yes, they are
Are these things so
Britain's mistakes in the commencement and conduct of the present war
The Consequences of trade, as to the wealth and strength of any nation
A Discourse concerning the currencies of the British plantations in America
The Draper confuted; or, a Candid and impartial, but full answer to the Consequences of trade
A full examination, and impartial account of all relating to Mrs. Stephens's cures, and medicine for the stone and gravel
The universal pocket-book
Considerations upon the present state of our affairs, at home and abroad
Characters # an epistle to Alexander Pope Esq; and Mr. Whitehead
A Catechism founded upon experience and reason
Farther considerations on the present state of affairs, at home and abroad
Considerations upon the present state of our affairs, at home and abroad
An Appeal to the unprejudiced, concerning the present discontents occasioned by the late convention with Spain
The Church yard
The Beasts confession to the priest, on observing how most men mistake their own talents
A treatise concerning the dignities, titles, offices, pre-eminencies, and yearly revenues, whici have been granted by the several kings of England, after the conquest, for the power and maintenance of the princes, their eldests sons...
A Dialogue between a gentleman and a broker, concerning the funds
The Case of the bank contract

See also (3)