Special Subject Units from Sex Research Reel Listing Acton, William, 1813-1875



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Knowlton, Charles, 1800-1850.

Fruits of philosophy.

(London?: s.n.). (1832?)

Reel: 113, No. 897
Koran. English.

The Koran, commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed.

London: Printed for Thomas Tegg. 1825

translated into English immediately from the original Arabic, with explanatory notes, taken from the most approved commentators, to which is prefixed a preliminary discourse by George Sale. -- A new ed. with a memoir of the Translator.



Reel: 113, No. 898
Lancaster, Nathaniel, 1701-1775.

The pretty gentleman; or, Softness of manners vindicated from the false ridicule exhibited under the character of William Fribble, Esq.

London, Printed for M. Cooper. 1747

Reel: 114, No. 899
Le Roux, Philibert Joseph.

Dictionnaire comique, satyrique, critique, burlesque, libre et proverbial.

Lion, Chez les Heritiers de Beringos Fratres. 1752

Avec une explication tres-fidele de toutes les maniéres de parler burlesques, comiques, libres, satyriques, critiques & proverbiales, qui peuvent se rencontrer dans les meilleurs auteurs, tant anciens que modernes. Nouvelle ed., revue & corriagée.



Reel: 114, No. 900
Limborch, Philippus van, 1633-1712.

The history of the Inquisition as it has subsisted in France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Venice, Sicily, Sardinia, Milan, Poland, &c. &c.

London, Simpkin and Marshall. 1816

with a particular description of its secret prisons, modes of torture, style of accusation, trials, &c. &c., abridged from the elaborate work of Philip Limborch, professor of divinity at Amsterdam; Introduced by an historical survey of the Christian Church, and illustrated by extracts from various writers, and original manuscript. Interesting particulars of persons who have suffered the terrors of that dark and sanguinary tribunal, and political reflections on its revival in Spain, by the decree of Ferdinand VII.



Reel: 114, No. 901
López Cancelada, Juan, b. 1765.

Discreto de Napoleon emperado de los Franceses, sobre los Judios residentes en Francia, y deliberaciones que tomaron éstos en su cumplimiento, con un resúmen de otros sucesos interesantes.

Mexico, de Zúniga y Ontiveros. 1807

Reel: 114, No. 902
Low-Life; or, One half of the world, knows not how the other half live.

London, Printed for John Lever. 1764

being a critical account of what is transacted by people of almost all religions, nations, circumstances, and sizes of understanding, in the twenty-four hours, between Saturday-night and Monday-morning.

Reel: 114, No. 903
Luiken, Jan, 1649-1712.

(Plates from European volumes on martyrs).

(n.p.). (n.d.)

Reel: 114, No. 904
Luiken, Jan, 1649-1712.

Schouwtooneel der martelaren, geëtst door Jan Luiken.

(Holland?), M. Schagen. 1738

Theatre des martyrs, ... Schau-bühne der Martyrer, gezeichnet und in kuppfer gestochen von Johann Luiken.



Reel: 114, No. 905
Magen, Hippolyte, 1814-1886.

Lessdeux cours et les nuits de St.-Cloud: moeurs, débauches et crimes de la familie Bonaparte.

Londres: Jeffs. 1852

Reel: 115, No. 906
Manuel, Pierre Louis, 1751-1794.

Anecdotes recorded by the police of Paris, of all the affairs of gallantry which have occurred in that metropolis for several years past.

London, Printed for J. Dawson. (1792?)

With biographical sketches of the Parisian woman of pleasure.



Reel: 115, No. 907
Martel, C.

A dictionary of love.

London: Milner and Sowerby. (1850?)

Reel: 115, No. 908
Mason, George Henry.

The punishments of China.

London, Printed for William Miller. 1801

illustrated by twenty-two engravings: with explanations in English and French.



Reel: 115, No. 909
Meiners, Christoph, 1747-1810.

Geschichte des Luxus der Athenienser vonder ältesten Zeiten an bis auf den Tod Philipp von Makedonien.

Lemgo, Meyer. 1782

Reel: 115, No. 910
Meiners, Christoph, 1747-1810.

History of the female sex; comprising a view of the habits manners, and influence of women, among all nations, from the earliest ages to the present time.

London, Printed for Henry Colburn. 1808

Translated from the Germa of C. Meiners ... by Frederic Shoberl.



Reel: 115, No. 911
Bonaparte, Lucien, prince de Canino, 1775-1840.

Mémoires secrets sur la vie privée, politique et littéraire de Lucien Buonaparte, prince de Canino; rédigés sur sa correspondance et sur des pièces authentiques et inedites.

Leipsic, Brockhaus. 1819

Reel: 115, No. 912
The Metropolis of England displayed: or, A pilot thro' London.

London: C. Smeeton. (1850?)

giving an accurate description of all the cheats and villanies daily practised therein, adapted as a companion to the stranger, countryman, or frequenter, of that vast emporium of splendour and misery.

Reel: 116, No. 913
Mills, Charles, 1788-1826.

The history of chivalry: or, Knighthood and its times.

Philadelphia: H. C. Carey and I. Lea. 1826

Reel: 116, No. 914
Muralt, Béat Louis de, 1665-1749.

Lettres sur les anglois et les francois et sur les voiages.

(n.p.). 1725

Reel: 116, No. 915
Le Musée galant du dix-huitième siècle; chefs-d'oeuvre de Baudouin ... facsimilés d'estampes originales en noir et en couleurs.

Paris, G. Charpentier & e. Fasquelle. (n.d.)



Reel: 116, No. 916
Gamiani: ou, Une nuit d'excès.

Bruxelles: (s.n.). 1883



Reel: 116, No. 917
Mutinelli, Fabio.

Annali urbani di Venezia dall'anno 810 al 12 maggio 1797.

Venezia: Tipografia di G. B. Merlo. 1841

Reel: 116, No. 918
A New canting dictionary.

London, Printed; And sold by the booksellers of London and Westminster. 1725

comprehending all the terms, antient and modern, used in the several tribes of gypsies, beggars, shoplifters, highwaymen, foot-pads, and all other clans of cheats and villains.

Reel: 116, No. 919
Papekost, opgedist in geuse schotelen, handelende van de pausselyke opkomst, afgodery, en beelden-dienst, mis, mitsgaders hun val ein einde, in nederduitsche dichtkonst gebraght.

Blokziel, op kosten van den uitgever. 1720



Reel: 116, No. 920
Arnold, Samuel.

An astonishing affair: the Rev. Samuel Arnold cast and tried for his cruelty, though his cause was advocated in a masterly manner, by the Right Hon. Joseph Almon Clark Pray, the most able and accomplished attorney, who "was dead and is alive again, was lost and is found".

Concord: Printed by Luther Roby. 1830

by Philandros.



Reel: 117, No. 921
Pierrugues, Pierre.

Glossarium eroticum linguae latinae.

Parisiis: Aug.-Fr. et Pr. Dondey-Dupre. 1826

sive, Theogoniae, legum et morum nuptialium apud Romanos explanatio nova ex interpretatione propria et impropria et differentiis in significatu fere duorum millium sermonum, ad intelligentiam poetarum et ethologorum tam antiquae quam integrae infimaeque latinitatis.



Reel: 117, No. 922
Pierrugues, Pierre.

Thesaurus eroticus linguae latinae.

Stuttgartiae: Typis Hasselbrinkianis. 1833

sive, Theogoniae, legum et morum nuptialium apud Romanos explanatio nova: ex interpretatione propria et impropria et differentiis in significatu fere duorum millium sermonum … edidit Carolus Rambach.



Reel: 117, No. 923
Puigblanch, Antonio, 1775-1840.

The inquisition unmasked.

London, Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1816

being an historical and philosophical account of that tremendous tribunal, founded on authentic documents; and exhibiting the necessity of its suppression, as a means of reform and regeneration.



Reel: 117, No. 924
Reason against coition; a discourse deliver'd to a private congregation, by the Reverend Stephen M. *****.

London, Printed for H. Hook, in Fleet-street and sold by the Booksellers in London and Westminister. 1732

To which is added, a proposal for making religion and the clergy useful.

Reel: 117, No. 925
Reed, Rebecca Theresa, b. ca.1813.

Six months in a convent: or, The narrative of Rebecca Theresa Reed, who was under the influence of the Roman Catholics about two years, and an inmate of the Ursuline convent on Mount Benedict, Charlestown, Mass., nearly six months in the years 1831-2.

Boston: Russell, Odiorne & Metcalf. 1835

Reel: 117, No. 926
The Stage condemn'd and the encouragement given to the immoralities and profaneness of the theatre.

London, Printed for John Salusbury. 1698



Reel: 118, No. 927
Rolle, Pierre Nicolas, 1770-1855.

Recherches sur le culte de Bacchus, symbole de la force reproductive de la nature: considere sous ses rapports generaux dans les mysteres d'Eleusis, et sous ses rapports particuliers dans les Dionysiaques et les Trieteriques.

Paris: J. S. Merlin. 1824

Reel: 118, No. 928
Ryan, Michael.

The philosophy of marriage, in its social, moral, and physical relations.

London: H. Bailliere. 1839

with an account of the diseases of the genitourinary organs; 3d. Ed.



Reel: 118, No. 929
Saint-Edme, Edme Théodore Bourg, known as, 1785-1852.

Dictionnaire de la penalite dans toutes les parties du monde connu: tableau historique, chronologique et descriptif des supplices, tortures ou questions ordinaires et extraordinaires.

Paris: Rousselon. 1828

Reel: 118, No. 930
Sawyer, Frederick William, 1810-1875.

Life made happy: or, Innocent amusements.

Boston: Higgings, Bradley, and Dayton. (1857)

Reel: 119, No. 931
Segur, Alexandre Joseph Pierre, vicomte de, 1756-1805.

Les femmes: leur condition et leur influence dans l'ordre social chez differens peuples anciens et modernes.

Paris: Raymond. 1820

Reel: 119, No. 932
Shadow.

Midnight scenes and social photographs.

Glasgow: T. Murray. 1858

being sketches of life in the streets, wynds, and dens of the city of Glasgow.



Reel: 120, No. 933
Bibliotheca Stanleiana.

London, Printed by W. Bulmer. 1813

A splendid selection of rare and fine books, from the distinguished library of Colonel Stan Stanley.

Reel: 120, No. 934
Sukenobu, Nishikawa, 1675-1751.

(Four orig. wood block prints in partial light color, taken from books, w/ legends. Genroku period (1688-1704).).

(1750?)

(Prints in bad condition loosely mounted on paper & bd. in modern cardboard folder, 1750?).



Reel: 120, No. 935
Sumner, Charles, 1811-1874.

White slavery in the Barbary states.

Boston: J.P. Jewett.

Reel: 120, No. 936
Taylor, Thomas, 1758-1835.

A dissertation on The Eleusinian and Bacchic mysteries.

Amsterdam, J. Weitstein. (1719?)

(1st ed.?).



Reel: 120, No. 937
True relations of the most wonderful crimes and cruelties: authenticated in the history of human nature, exemplified in original and impressive accoun-s of the most dreadful and barbarous, including the atrocities of the late and present Irish rebellions.

London: Blunt. 1822



Reel: 120, No. 938
Vie privee amoureuse secrete et authentique de Napoleon Bonaparte et des princes et princesses de sa familie.

Paris: Terry. 1836



Reel: 120, No. 939
Walker, Alexander, physiologist.

Beauty.


London: H.G. Bohn. 1852

illustrated by an analysis and classification of beauty in woman, with a critical view of the hypotheses of Hume, Hogarth, Burke, Knight, Alison, etc., and of the hypotheses of beauty in sculpture and painting, by Leonardo da Vinci, Winckelmann, Mengs, Bossi, etc. illustrated by drawings from life by Henry Howard.



Reel: 120, No. 940
Witherspoon, John, 1723-1794.

A serious enquiry into the nature and effects of the stage.

Glasgow, Printed by J. Bryce and D. Paterson. 1757

Being an attempt to show, that contributing to the support of a public theatre, is inconsistent with the character of a Christian.



Reel: 120, No. 941
Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft, 1759-1797.

A vindication of the rights of woman, with strictures on political and moral subjects.



New York: G. Vale. 1845

Reel: 120, No. 942








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