1
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1753
printed for A. Linde, Stationer to His Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand, and sold by J. Robinson in Ludgate-Street, and Mrs. Cook at the Royal-Exchange, and J. Barnes opposite the Haymarket, and at his Shop in the Court of Requests

2
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1755
printed for A. Linde, Bookseller to Her Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales, in Catherine-Street, in the Strand

3
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1754
printed for J. Robinson in Ludgate-Street ; M. Cook at the Royal-Exchange ; M. Keith in Grace-Church Street, and J. Jolliff in St. James's-Street

4
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1754
printed for A. Linde, Stationer to his Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand

5
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1754
printed for A. Linde, Stationer to his Majesty and to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; and Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street in the Strand

6
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1750
printed for the author, by J. Haberkorn, and to be had at E. Comyns's, at the Royal Exchange; D. Wilson's, at Plato's-Head, near Round-Court in the Strand; H. Dunoyer's, at the Bible in the Hay-Market; and J. Ferrand's, Teacher of the French Tongue, in Coventry-Court, Hay-Market

7
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1757
printed for A Linde, Bookseller to her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, in Catherine-Street, in the Strand ; and sold by J. Robinson, in Ludgate-Street, and by J. Cook, under the Royal Exchange

8
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1753
Printed for, and sold by the booksellers of Leicester, Nottingham, and Derby

9
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1753
London, printed: Philadelphia, re-printed and sold by William Bradford, at the Sign of the Bible, in Second-Street

10
by Rimius, Henry
Published 1753
Printed for A. Linde in Catherine-street in the Strand: and sold by J. Robinson in Ludgate-street, Mrs. Cook at the Royal Exchange, and J. Barnes opposite the Haymarket, and at his shop in the Court of Requests