Publications of John Hill

Note: The following printer, bookseller, or publisher lists are works in progress. They are generated from title page imprints and may reproduce false and misleading attributions or contain errors.

What does "printed by" mean? How to read the roles ascribed to people in the imprints.

In terms of the book trades, the lists below are sorted into up to four groups where: the person is designated in the imprint as having a single role:

  1. "printed by x"; or
  2. "sold by x"; or
  3. "printed for x" or "published by x"; or

as having multiple roles in combination (which suggests a likelihood that the person is a trade publisher):

  1. "printed and sold by x"; "printed for and sold by x"; or "printed by and for x" and so on.

Printers (owners of the type and printing presses, and possibly owners of the copyright) may be identified by the words printed by, but printed by does not universally designate a person who is a printer by trade. Booksellers may be identified by the words sold by, but sold by encompasses a number of roles. Booksellers or individuals who owned the copyright are generally identified by the words printed for, but nothing should be concluded in this regard without further evidence, especially since "printed for" could signify that the named person was a distributor rather than a copyright holder. Trade publishers, who distributed books and pamphlets but did not own the copyright or employ a printer—and were not printers themselves—might be identified by the words printed and sold by. Furthermore, works from this period often display false imprints, whether to evade copyright restrictions, to conceal the name of the copyright holders, or to dupe unwitting customers. Ultimately, one must proceed with caution in using the following lists: designations in the imprints may not reliably reflect the actual trades or roles of the people named, and the formulas used in imprints do not consistently mean the same thing.

David Foxon discussed the "meaning of the imprint" in his Lyell Lecture delivered at Oxford in March 1976, with particular attention to "publishers" in the eighteenth-century context:

The fullest form of an imprint is one which names three people, or groups of people:
     London: printed by X (the printer), for Y (the bookseller who owned the copyright), and sold by Z.
In the eighteenth century the printer's name is rarely given, at least in works printed in London, and the form is more commonly:
     London: printed for Y, and sold by Z.
Very often in this period, and particularly for pamphlets, it is further abbreviated to:
     London: printed and sold by Z.
It is this last form which is my present concern. Z is usually what the eighteenth century called 'a publisher', or one who distributes books and pamphlets without having any other responsibility—he does not own the copyright or employ a printer, or even know the author.

D. F. McKenzie coined the term "trade publisher" for these publishers in his Sandars Lectures, also in 1976, on the grounds that their principal role was to publish on behalf of other members of the book trade (Treadwell 100).

Michael Treadwell cautions that "In this period the imprint 'London: Printed and sold by A.B.' normally means 'Printed at London, and sold by A.B.' and must not be taken to mean that A.B. is a printer in the absence of other evidence." Further, "The imprint 'published by' occurs only rarely in Wing and is almost always associated with the name of a trade publisher" (104). While there are exceptions to the rule, it is "certain," he explains, "that anyone who made a speciality of distributing works for others will show a far higher proportion than normal of imprints in one of the 'sold by' forms" (116), which appear in the imprint as "sold by," "printed and sold by," or "published by" (104). Treadwell gives Walter Kettilby as an example of "a fairly typical copyright-owning bookseller" (106)—his role is almost always designated by the phrase "printed for" on imprints.

A final caution: publisher is a word that should be used with some deliberation. Samuel Johnson defines it simply as "One who puts out a book into the world," but "published by" rarely appears on the imprint until later in the eighteenth century, and then primarily associated with newspapers and pamphlets. Treadwell observes that John Dunton names only five publishers among the 200 binders and booksellers in his autobiographical Life and Errors (1705) wherein he undertakes "to draw the Character of the most Eminent [Stationers] in the Three Kingdoms" (100). Treadwell also remarks, however, that "in law, anyone who offered a work for sale 'published' it. In this sense every work had one or more 'publishers', and every bookseller, mercury, and hawker was a 'publisher'" (114).


See:

  • Terry Belanger, "From Bookseller to Publisher: Changes in the London Book Trade, 1750–1850," in Book Selling and Book Buying. Aspects of the Nineteenth-Century British and North American Book Trade, ed. Richard G. Landon (Chicago: American Library Association, 1978).
  • Bricker, Andrew Benjamin. "Who was 'A. Moore'? The Attribution of Eighteenth-Century Publications with False and Misleading Imprints," in The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 110.2 (2016).
  • John Dunton, The Life and Errors of John Dunton (London: Printed for S. Malthus, 1705).
  • John Feather, "The Commerce of Letters: The Study of the Eighteenth-Century Book Trade," Eighteenth-Century Studies 17 (1984).
  • David Foxon, Pope and the Early Eighteenth-Century Book Trade, ed. James McLaverty (Oxford University Press, 1991).
  • Samuel Johnson, Dictionary of the English Language, (printed for J. and P. Knapton; T. and T. Longman; C. Hitch and L. Hawes; A. Millar; and R. and J. Dodsley, 1755).
  • D.F. McKenzie, The London Book Trade in the Later Seventeenth Century (Sandars lectures in bibliography, 1977).
  • Michael Treadwell, "London Trade Publishers 1675–1750," The Library sixth series, vol. 4, no. 2 (1982).

Printed for John Hill

  • Gale, Theophilus. The court of the gentiles. Part IV. Of reformed philosophie. Book III. Of divine predetermination. Wherein the nature of divine predetermination is fully explicated and demonstrated, both in the general, as also more particularly, as to the substrate mater [sic], or entitative act of sin. With a vindication of Calvinists and others from that blasphemous imputation of making God the author of sin. By Theophilus Gale. London: printed for John Hill at the Black Lyon in Fleet-street, and Samuel Tidmarsh at the Kings-Head in Cornhill, 1678. ESTC No. R16919. Grub Street ID 64726.

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  • Hill, John. Virtues of British herbs. With their history, and figures, and an account of the diseases they will cure; ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; J. Nourse; Dilly; T. Becket [and 11 others in London], 1772. ESTC No. T50937. Grub Street ID 278475.
  • Hill, John. Eden: or, a compleat body of gardening. Containing plain and familiar directions for raising the several useful products of a garden, fruits, roots, and herbage; From the Practice of the most successful Gardeners, and The Result of a Long Experience. Together with The Culture of all Kinds of Flowers, according to the Methods of the English, French, and Dutch Florists. And The Knowledge of Curious Plants, after the System of Linnaeus. With Figures and Descriptions of the Flowers and Plants proper for a Garden, including The Care and Culture of the Pleasure-Garden. The Business of the seminary for every Week in the Year. Catalogues and accurate Descriptions of the fruits as they come into Season; and New and Practical Directions for the Management of fruit-trees. With the best Methods of Culture for The several Articles of the Kitchen-Garden: and the Compleat Management of the Ground for raising them, in the Natural and Artificial Manner. Compiled and digested from the papers of the late. London: printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's Inn; T. Trye, near Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn; S. Crowder and Co. on London Bridge; and H. Woodgate, at the Golden Ball in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLVII. [1757] [1756-57]. ESTC No. T32413. Grub Street ID 263127.
  • Hill, John. An answer to the many plain and notorious lyes advanc'd by Mr. John Rich, Harlequin; And contain'd in a Pamphlet, which he vainly and foolishly calls, an answer to Mr. Hill's preface to Orpheus. By Mr. John Hill. London: printed for J. Clarke, at Homer's Head, the Corner of Essex-Street in the Strand, [illegible] [1740]. ESTC No. T22069. Grub Street ID 244240.
  • Hill, John. Orpheus: an English opera. By Mr. John Hill. With a preface, appealing to the publick for justice, and laying before them a fair and impartial account of the quarrel between the author and Mr. Rich, who intends in a few Weeks to perform such an Entertainment without his Concurrence. London: printed for John Clarke, at Homer's Head, the Corner of Essex-Street in the Strand, MDCCXL. [1740]. ESTC No. T11009. Grub Street ID 162677.
  • Hill, John. A general natural history: or, new and accurate descriptions of the animals, vegetables, and minerals, of the different parts of the world; ... With a great number of figures, elegantly engraved. By John Hill. London: printed for Thomas Osborne, 1748-52. ESTC No. T40566. Grub Street ID 269605.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. Lettre addressée à la Societé Royale de Londres. Dans laquelle il est pleinement demontré par des preuves tirées de la théorie & de la pratique qu'une femme peut concevoir & enfanter sans le commerce de l'homme. A Londres: chez J. Wilcox, [1750]. ESTC No. T119644. Grub Street ID 171027.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, ... that a women may conceive and be brought to bed, without any commerce with man. London: printed and sold by M. Cooper, 1750. ESTC No. T12621. Grub Street ID 176232.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society ; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from Reason and Practice, that a Woman may conceive and be brought to Bed without any Commerce with Man. that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. London: printed; and sold by M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1750. ESTC No. T124780. Grub Street ID 174953.
  • Hill, John. The actor: a treatise on the art of playing. Interspersed with theatrical anecdotes, critical remarks on plays, and occasional observations on audiences. London: printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCL. [1750]. ESTC No. T84927. Grub Street ID 305261.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick; for Preserving a good Constitution, and preventing Disorders in a bad one. London: printed for M. Cooper, in Paternoster-Row. And J. Jolliffe, in St. James's-Street, [1750?]. ESTC No. T42171. Grub Street ID 270976.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from Reason and Practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. London: printed; and sold by M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1750. ESTC No. N5534. Grub Street ID 38854.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from Reason and Practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. London: printed; and sold by M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, [1750]. ESTC No. N5535. Grub Street ID 38864.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, drawn from Reason and Practice, that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. Dublin: printed by R. James, at Newton's Head, in Dame-Street, 1750. ESTC No. T170375. Grub Street ID 208081.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. A letter humbly address'd to the Royal Society; in which is proved by most incontestible evidence, ... that a woman may conceive and be brought to bed without any commerce with man. London: printed; and sold by M. Cooper, 1750. ESTC No. N5536. Grub Street ID 38869.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of ***. Dublin: printed by and for J. Exshaw, and J. Edsall, R. James, and M. Williamson, 1750. ESTC No. T82515. Grub Street ID 303089.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick; ... London: printed for M Cooper. And J. Jolliffe, [1750?]. ESTC No. N41550. Grub Street ID 27895.
  • Hill, John. A dissertation on Royal Societies. In three letters from a nobleman on his travels, to a person of distinction in Sclavonia. Containing an account of an assembly of a Royal Academy of Sciences at Paris, a description of a meeting of a Royal Society in London, and A Coffee-House Conversation. With Explanatory Notes. London: printed for John Doughty, near St Paul's, [1750]. ESTC No. T66572. Grub Street ID 291319.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contained the original of the first part, and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for M. Cooper, 1751. ESTC No. N67653. Grub Street ID 49211.
  • Hill, John. The adventures of Mr George Edwards, a Creole. London: printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's-Inn, MDCCLI. [1751]. ESTC No. T10613. Grub Street ID 159309.
  • Hill, John. The adventures of Mr George Edwards, a Creole. London: printed for T. Osborne, 1751. ESTC No. N4258. Grub Street ID 28770.
  • Hill, John. The adventures of Mr. George Edwards, a Creole. Dublin: printed for P. Wilson, 1751. ESTC No. N4259. Grub Street ID 28771.
  • Hill, John. A history of the materia medica. Containing descriptions of all the substances used in medicine; their Origin, their Characters when in Perfection, the Signs of their Decay, their Chymical Analysis, and an Account of their Virtues, and of the several Preparations from them now used in the Shops. By John Hill, M. D. Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences at Bourdeaux. London: printed for T. Longman, C.Hitch and L.Hawes, in Pater-Noster Row; A. Millar, opposite Catharine-Street in the Strand; and J. and J. Rivington, in St. Paul's Church-Yard, MDCCLI. [1751]. ESTC No. T10617. Grub Street ID 159343.
  • Hill, John. The history of a woman of quality: or, the adventures of Lady Frail. By an impartial hand. London: printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row, and G. Woodfall, at the King's Arms, the Corner of Craig's-Court, Charing-Cross, 1751. ESTC No. T12622. Grub Street ID 176239.
  • Hill, John. The adventures of Mr George Edwards, a Creole. London: printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's-Inn, MDCCLI. [1751]. ESTC No. T127180. Grub Street ID 177008.
  • Hill, John. A review of the works of the Royal Society of London; containing animadversions on such of the papers as deserve particular observation. In eight parts: ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for R. Griffiths, 1751. ESTC No. T10619. Grub Street ID 159359.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. To which is added, an appendix to the true oeconomy of human life. Dedicated to the Earl of Chesterfield. Dublin: printed for J. Exshaw and J. Esdall; and R. James and M. Williamson, 1751. ESTC No. N68800. Grub Street ID 50111.
  • Hill, John. The inspector. Containing a collection of essays and letters lately published in a new daily-paper, called, The London daily advertiser, and literary gazette. London: printed for W. Shropshire, in New-Bond-Street; S. Baker, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; L. Davis, in Fleet-Street; J. Ward, in Cornhill; R. Griffiths, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Fletcher, in Oxford; and T. Merrill, in Cambridge, MDCCLI. [1751]. ESTC No. T37280. Grub Street ID 266991.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for M. Cooper, 1751. ESTC No. T82516. Grub Street ID 303090.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for M. Cooper, 1751. ESTC No. T82517. Grub Street ID 303091.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing in China, to the Earl of C****. To which is annexed, an Appendix to the first and second part of The oeconomy of human life. In a letter to the Earl of Chesterfield. Waterford: printed by Jer. Calwell, at the Bible, in Broad-Street, [1751?]. ESTC No. T82518. Grub Street ID 303092.
  • Hill, John. Letters to a lady, with her genuine answers. Both printed verbatim from the originals. Dublin: re-printed for P. Wilson, and R. James, Booksellers, in Dame-Street, 1752. ESTC No. T110290. Grub Street ID 162830.
  • Hill, John. Essays in natural history and philosophy. Containing a series of discoveries, by the assistance of microscopes. By John Hill,... London: printed for J. Whiston and B. White; P. Vaillant; and L. Davis, 1752. ESTC No. T10615. Grub Street ID 159324.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***[.]. [Philadelphia]: London, printed: Philadelphia, re-printed, and sold by B. Franklin, and D. Hall, at the new-printing-office, MDCCLII. [1752]. ESTC No. W35285. Grub Street ID 345984.
  • Hill, John. A letter to Mr. Woodward, on his Triumph over the Inspector. By Sampson Edwards, The Merry Cobler of the Hay-Market. London: printed for C. Corbett. in Fleet-Street, [1752?]. ESTC No. T38181. Grub Street ID 267674.
  • Hill, John. Letters from the inspector to a lady, with the Genuine Answers. Both printed verbatim from the Originals. London: printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLII. [1752]. ESTC No. T38491. Grub Street ID 267958.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. Lettre adressée à la Societé Royale de Londres. Dans laquelle il est pleinement démontré, par des preuves tirées de la théorie & de la pratique, qu'une femme peut concevoir & enfanter sans le commerce de l'homme. A Londres [i.e. Amsterdam?]: chez J. Wilcox, [1752]. ESTC No. N5533. Grub Street ID 38845.
  • Hill, John. The story of Elizabeth Canning considered by Dr. Hill. With remarks on what has been called, A clear state of her case, by Mr. Fielding; and answers to the several arguments and suppositions of that writer. Dublin: printed by George Faulkner in Essex-Street, 1753. ESTC No. N24213. Grub Street ID 13568.
  • Hill, John. Observations on the Greek and Roman classics. In a series of letters to a young nobleman. Now published for the use of gentlemen at the university, and those who may have Occasion to speak in Public. To which are added, Remarks on the Italian language and writers. In a letter from M. Joseph Baretti to an English Gentleman at Turin, written in the Year 1751. London: printed for Dan. Browne, without Temple-Bar; J. Whiston and B. White, in Fleet-Street; S. Baker, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; and Lockyer Davis, in Fleet-Street, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T41803. Grub Street ID 270618.
  • Hill, John. The conduct of a married life. Laid down in a series of letters, written by the Honourable Juliana-Susannah Seymour, to a young lady, her relation, lately married. Dublin: printed for G. Faulkner, J. Smith, and R. James, Booksellers, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T153303. Grub Street ID 197697.
  • Hill, John. The story of Elizabeth Canning considered by Dr. Hill. With remarks on what has been called, A clear state of her case, by Mr. Fielding; and answers to the several arguments and suppositions of that writer. London: printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row, [1753]. ESTC No. T48704. Grub Street ID 276548.
  • Hill, John. The inspector. Volume the First. London: printed for R. Griffiths, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; J. Whiston and B. White, in Fleet-Street; S. Baker, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; W. Shropshire, in New Bond-Street; L. Davis, in Fleet-Street; and J. Ward, in Cornhill, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T11885. Grub Street ID 170334.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ****. [Boston]: London: printed, Boston: re-printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen-Street, [1753]. ESTC No. W21371. Grub Street ID 331129.
  • Hill, John. The smartiad, a satire. Occasioned by an epic poem, intitled The Hilliad. London: printed and sold by D. Job, at the Spread-Eagle in King street, Covent-Garden, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T127192. Grub Street ID 177017.
  • Hill, John. The conduct of a married life. Laid down in a series of letters, written by the Honourable Juliana-Susannah Seymour, to a young lady, her relation, lately married. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLIII. [1753]. ESTC No. T119297. Grub Street ID 170718.
  • Hill, John. The Inspector. London [England]: printed for R. Griffiths, in St. Paul's Church-yard; J. Whiston and B. White, in Fleet-street; S. Baker, in Russel-street, Covent-garden; W. Shropshire, in New Bond-street; L. Davis, in Fleet-street; and J. Ward, in Cornhill, M DCC LIII. [1753]. ESTC No. P2665. Grub Street ID 56296.
  • Hill, John. The conduct of a married life: laid down in a series of letters, written by the Honourable Juliana-Susannah Seymour, to a young lady, her relation, lately married. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T109323. Grub Street ID 162124.
  • Hill, John. The useful family herbal. Or, an account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues: And of the Drugs, which are produced by Vegetables of other Countries. With their Descriptions, and their Uses, as proved by Experience. Illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants. With an introduction; containing, I. Directions for the gathering and preserving Roots, Herbs, Flowers, and Seeds. II. The various Methods of prepareing these Simples for present Use. III. Receipts for making from them distilled Waters, Conserves, Syrups, and other Forms proper to be in Readiness, and for keeping all the Year. IV. The Ways of making up Electuaries, Juleps, Draughts, and the other common Forms of Remedies; together with Cautions in the giving them. And an appendix; Containing, a Proposal for the farther seeking into the Virtues of English Herbs, and the Manner of doing it with Ease and Safety. The Whole intended for the Use of Families, And for the Instruction of those. London: printed for W. Johnston, in St. Paul's-Church-Yard, and W. Owen, near Temple-Bar, M.DCC.LIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T62620. Grub Street ID 288088.
  • Hill, John. Urania: or, a compleat view of the heavens; containing the antient and modern astronomy, in form of a dictionary: illustrated with a great number of figures, comprising All the Constellations, with the Stars laid down according to their exact Situations and Magnitudes, from repeated and accurate Observations. In which, Beside Explanations of all the Terms used in that Science, by the early as well as late Authors, and in the Arabian, as well as the Egyptian and Grecian Astronomy, the Science is traced from its Origin to the present Period, and, the Improvements made, from Time to Time, are laid down in a plain and familiar Manner. The Sun, Stars, Planets, and Comets are described; and their Theory explained according to the received Opinions of the present Time; the several Systems of the Universe are delivered; and the Constellations are described at large, with the Number, Magnitude, and Situation of the Stars that compose them; their Origin explained according to the Egyptian Hierog. London: printed for T. Gardner, at Cowley's Head, in the Strand; and sold by all the booksellers in Great Britain and Ireland, M.DCC.LIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T11008. Grub Street ID 162667.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contain'd the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for W. Owen, at Homer's-Head near Temple-Bar, MDCCLIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T181128. Grub Street ID 217720.
  • Hill, John. On the management and education of children, a series of letters written to a neice; by the Honourable Juliana-Susannah Seymour. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T111443. Grub Street ID 163745.
  • Hill, John. The conduct of a married life: laid down in a series of letters, written by the Honourable Juliana-Susannah Seymour, to a young lady, her relation, lately married. Vol. I. Of the Means of obtaining Happiness in the Married State. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLIV. [1754]. ESTC No. T70299. Grub Street ID 294059.
  • Hill, John. The actor: or, a treatise on the art of playing. A new work, written by the author of the former, and adapted to the present state of the theatres. Containing impartial observations on the performance, manner, perfections, and defects of Mr. Garrick, Mr. Barry, Mr. Woodward, Mr. Foot, Mr. Havard, Mr. Palmer, Mr. Ryan, Mr. Berry, &c. Mrs. Cibber, Mrs. Pritchard, Miss. Nossiter, Mrs. Gregory, Mrs. Woffington, Mrs. Clive, Mrs. Green, Miss Bellamy, &c. In their several Capital Parts. London: printed for R. Griffiths, at the Dunciad, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLV. [1755]. ESTC No. T84928. Grub Street ID 305262.
  • Hill, John. Thoughts concerning God and nature. In answer to Lord Bolingbroke's Philosophy. By John Hill. London: printed for the author; and to be had at his house, 1755. ESTC No. T149800. Grub Street ID 195730.
  • Hill, John. The useful family herbal. Or, an account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues: and of the drugs, which are produced by vegetables of other countries. With their Descriptions, and their Uses, as proved by Experience. Illustrated with Figures of the most useful English Plants. With an introduction; containing, I. Directions for the gathering and preserving Roots, Herbs, Flowers, and Seeds. II. The various Methods of preparing these Simples for present Use. III. Receipts for making from them distilled Waters, Conserves, Syrups, and other Forms proper to be in Readiness, and for keeping all the Year. IV. The Ways of making up Electuaries, Juleps, Draughts, and the other common Forms of Remedies; together with Cautions in the giving them. And an appendix; Containing, a Proposal for the farther seeking into the Virtues of English Herbs, and the Manner of doing it with Ease and Safety. The Whole intended for the Use of Families, And for the Instruction of those . London: printed for W. Johnston, in St. Paul's-Church-Yard, and W. Owen, in Fleet-Street near Temple-Bar, M.DCC.LV. [1755]. ESTC No. T50632. Grub Street ID 278184.
  • Hill, John. The British herbal: an history of plants and trees, natives of Britain, cultivated for use, or raised for beauty. By John Hill, M.D. London: printed for T. Osborne and J. Shipton, in Gray's-Inn; J. Hodges, near London-Bridge; J. Newbery, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; B. Collins; and S. Crowder and H. Woodgate, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLVI. [1756]. ESTC No. T29713. Grub Street ID 261051.
  • Hill, John. The sleep of plants, and cause of motion in the sensitive plant, explain'd. By J. Hill. In a letter to C. Linnæus, ... London: printed for R Baldwin, 1757. ESTC No. T48443. Grub Street ID 276338.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, with the virtues of burdock root, first us'd in the author's own case, and since in many other successful instances. By J. Hill, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. N4421. Grub Street ID 29707.
  • Hill, John. An account of a stone, in the possession of the Right Honourable the Earl of Stafford; which on being watered produces excellent mushrooms. With the history of the iolithos, or violet-stone of the Germans. By John Hill, M. D. Illustrated with Figures. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. N1660. Grub Street ID 6171.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, by a physician, from his own case. With the virtues of an English plant bardana, not regarded in the present practice; ... George Crine, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1758. ESTC No. N65233. Grub Street ID 47139.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, by a physician from his own case. With the virtues of an English plant bardana, not regarded in the present practice; but safe and effectual in alleviating that Disease. By George Crine, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. N65234. Grub Street ID 47140.
  • Hill, John. Valerian. Or, the virtues of that root in nervous disorders; and the characters which distinguish the true from the false. By John Hill, M. D. Illustrated with Figures. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T177108. Grub Street ID 214069.
  • Hill, John. An idea of a botanical garden, in England: with lectures on the science. Without expence to the public, or to the students. By Dr. J. Hill, [sic]. London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1758. ESTC No. T191674. Grub Street ID 226436.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick; ... London: printed for M. Cooper; and J. Jolliffe, [1758]. ESTC No. T213108. Grub Street ID 240028.
  • Hill, John. The construction of the nerves, and causes of nervous disorders: with a regimen and medicines which have proved successful. By J. Hill, ... London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1758. ESTC No. T165429. Grub Street ID 203684.
  • Hill, John. The rout. A farce of two acts as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for Mary Cooper, in Paternoster-Row; and J. Jackson, in St. James's-Street, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T45245. Grub Street ID 273575.
  • Hill, John. Valerian. Or, the virtues of that root in nervous disorders; and the characters which distinguish the true from the false. By John Hill, M. D. Illustrated with Figures. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T50645. Grub Street ID 278197.
  • Hill, John. The gardener's new kalendar, divided according to the twelve months of the year, And under each Month into the separate Weeks. Illustrated with elegant and useful figures. Containing The whole Practice of Gardening, under the four general Heads, 1. The Pleasure Garden, 2. The Kitchen Ground, 3. The Seminary, 4. The Fruit Garden, and Orchard. And Directing What is to be done every Week; and the Manner of doing it: With the general Culture of hardy, Greenhouse, and Stove Plants; the raising tender Annuals, and the Management of Flowers. The system of Linnæus is also explained in this Work, and illustrated with Figures; Exhibiting The Characters of all the Classes. And the method of designing, and laying out a garden in the modern taste; With a Copper Plate Figure, elegantly engraved, from a Drawing of Mr. Wale, After a Design laid down in the Compleat Body of Gardening. London: printed for T. Osborne, in Gray's-Inn; T. Trye, near Gray's Inn Gate, Holborn; and S. Crowder and Co. on London Bridge, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T40424. Grub Street ID 269499.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, by a physician from his own case. With the virtues of an English plant bardana, Not regarded in the Present Practice; but safe and effectual in alleviating that Disease. By George Crine, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. N12497. Grub Street ID 2495.
  • Hill, John. The rout. A farce of two acts as it is perform'd at the Theatre-Royal in Drury-Lane. London: printed for Mary Cooper; and J. Jackson, 1758. ESTC No. T126366. Grub Street ID 176319.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of wild valerian in nervous disorders. With directions for gathering and preserving the root; ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1758. ESTC No. T50945. Grub Street ID 278483.
  • Hill, John. Outlines of a system of vegetable generation. By Dr. J. Hill. Illustrated with figures. London: printed for the author; and to be had of R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; T. Osborn, in Grays-Inn; G. Seyffert, in Dean-Street, Soho; and R. Watkins, Optician, at Charing-Cross, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T43511. Grub Street ID 272092.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, by a physician from his own case. With the virtues of an English plant bardana, not regarded in the present practice; but safe and effectual in alleviating that Disease. George Crine, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, 1758. ESTC No. T119882. Grub Street ID 171229.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, by a physician from his own case. With The Virtues of an English Plant Bardana, Not regarded in the Present Practice; but safe and effectual in alleviating that Disease. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758]. ESTC No. T171508. Grub Street ID 209126.
  • Hill, John. The fabrick of the eye, and the several disorders which injure or destroy the sight; explained in a clear and useful manner, for the service of those whose eyes are weak or impaired. ... With a plain account of all the disorders of the eyes, ... London: printed for J. Waugh; and M. Cooper, 1758. ESTC No. N9637. Grub Street ID 54515.
  • Hill, John. The distinct symptoms of the gravel and stone, explained to the patient; in all their stages and circumstances. With the conduct of life necessary to prevent the encrease of the complaint; the most proper management in the fits and during the intervals. And Safe and effectual Medicines, easily prepared at Home, for the several States of the Disorder: Particularly The Use of Sparry Waters, the greatest of all Remedies, hitherto not rightly understood. London: printed for J. Davis, in Piccadilly; and M. Cooper, in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.LIX. [1759]. ESTC No. T34699. Grub Street ID 264964.
  • Hill, John. A method of producing double flowers from single, by a regular course of culture. Illustrated with figures. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLVIII. [1758] [1759]. ESTC No. T39310. Grub Street ID 268592.
  • Hill, John. A method of producing double flowers from single, by a regular course of culture. Illustrated with figures. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Paternoster-Row, MDCCLIX. [1759]. ESTC No. T39311. Grub Street ID 268593.
  • Hill, John. Flora Britanica: sive, synopsis methodica stirpium Britanicarum. ... Auctore Johanne Hill, ... Londini: impensis Jacobi Waugh, 1759. ESTC No. N31653. Grub Street ID 20538.
  • Hill, John. Exotic botany illustrated, in thirty-five figures of curious and elegant plants: explaining the sexual system; and tending to give some new lights into the vegetable philosophy. By John Hill, M.D. London: printed at the expence of the author., 1759. ESTC No. T33804. Grub Street ID 264296.
  • Hill, John. To David Garrick, Esq; the petition of I. In behalf of herself and her sisters. London: printed for M. Cooper, at the Globe, in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Jackson, St. James's-Street, MDCCLIX. [1759]. ESTC No. T10026. Grub Street ID 154232.
  • Hill, John. The origin and production of proliferous flowers. With the culture at large for raising double from single, and proliferous from the double. Illustrated with figures. By J. Hill, M.D. London: printed for the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, and J. Jackson, 1759. ESTC No. T43422. Grub Street ID 272001.
  • Hill, John. The usefulness of a knowledge of plants: illustrated in various instances, relating to medicine, husbandry, arts, and commerce. With the easy means of information. By J. Hill, M.D. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Jackson, in St. James's-Street, M.DCC.LIX. [1759]. ESTC No. T50634. Grub Street ID 278186.
  • Hill, John. A new anatomy of plants: or, a series of experiments, and observations, tending to explain the internal structure, and life of plants; ... By John Hill, ... London: printed at the expence of the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, 1759. ESTC No. N51768. Grub Street ID 35760.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, a series of experiments, and observations tending to explain the internal structure, and the life of plants; ... Including a new anatomy of plants. The whole from nature only. By John Hill, M.D. London: printed at the expence of the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, 1759-62. ESTC No. T201308. Grub Street ID 232645.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, a series of experiments, and observations tending to explain the internal structure, and the life of plants; their Growth, and Propagation; The number, proportion, and disposition of their constituent parts; with the true course of their Juices; The formation of the embryo, the construction of the Seed, and the encrease from that State to perfection. Including a new anatomy of plants. The whole from nature only. By John Hill, M.D. London: printed at the expence of the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, MDCCLIX. [1759]. ESTC No. T50668. Grub Street ID 278218.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of honey in preventing many of the worst disorders; and in the certain cure of several others: particulary the gravel, asthmas, coughs, hoarseness, and a tough morning phlegm. With A particular Direction of the Manner of taking it for the Cure of Consumptions. To which is prefix'd An Account of the Origin and Nature of Honey; Its various Kinds, English and Foreign; and the Marks which distinguish them: also a Method to obtain Honey as fine in England as from any Part of the World; and the best Ways of taking it. With The Genuine Receipt for the Syrup of Capillaire as made in Italy; and for the celebrated Aristaean Confection. London: printed for J. Davis, in Piccadilly; and M. Cooper, in Pater Noster-Row, [1759]. ESTC No. T50941. Grub Street ID 278480.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick. For Preserving a good Constitution, and preventing Disorders in a bad one. By William Townsend, Esq; Printed from the fourth edition. Dublin: printed by James Hoey, junior, MDCCLX. [1760]. ESTC No. T213324. Grub Street ID 240211.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of honey in preventing many of the worst disorders; and in the certain cure of several others: particularly the gravel, asthmas, coughs, ... London: printed for J. Davis; M. Cooper and R. Baldwin, and J. Jackson, 1760. ESTC No. T50939. Grub Street ID 278477.
  • Hill, John. The distinct symptoms of the gravel and stone. Explained to the patient; in all their stages and circumstances: with the conduct of life necessary to prevent the encrease of the complaint; the most proper management in the fits, and during the intervals: and Safe and effectual Medicines, easily prepared at Home, for the several States of the Disorder; particularly, The Use of Sparry Waters, the greatest of all Remedies, hitherto not rightly understood. By John Hill M.D. To which is added, an appendix; Containing the Opinions of the most eminent Physicians on the Disorders of the Gravel and Stone, &c. With a full Account of the Medicines of Mrs. Joanna Stephens, &c. and other Remedies, extracted from the best Physical Treatises extant. Dublin: printed by James Hoey, jun., 1760. ESTC No. N3261. Grub Street ID 21212.
  • Hill, John. Flora Britanica: sive, synopsis methodica stirpium Britanicarum. Sistens, Arbores et Herbas, indigenas et in agris cultas in Classes et Ordines, Genera et Species redactas Secundum Systema Sexuale: Additis nonnullis noviter detectis. cum classium, ordinum, et generum characteristicis, Specierum descriptionibus, et virium Epitome. tabulis aeneis illustrata. Post tertiam Editionem Synopseos Raianae, opere Dillenii concinnatam, nunc primum ad celeberrimi Caroli Linnaei methodum disposita. Auctore Johanne Hill, M. D. Societatis regiae Burdigalensis, &c. Soc. Londini: impensis Jacobi Waugh, in vico dicto Lombard Street, M.DCC.LX. [1760]. ESTC No. T35615. Grub Street ID 265711.
  • Hill, John. Some projects recommended to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Mamufactures [sic], and Commerce. By the Inspector, ... London: printed for R. Stevens, 1761. ESTC No. T12620. Grub Street ID 176225.
  • Hill, John. Cautions against the immoderate use of snuff. Founded on the known qualities of the tobacco plant; And the Effects it must produce when this Way taken into the Body: and enforced by instances of persons who have perished miserably of diseases, occasioned, or rendered incurable by its use. By Dr. J. Hill. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster Row, and J. Jackson in St. Jame's-Street, MDCCLXI. [1761]. ESTC No. T28955. Grub Street ID 260454.
  • Hill, John. Cautions against the immoderate use of snuff. Founded on the known qualities of the tobacco plant; ... and enforced by instances of persons who have perished miserably of diseases, occasioned, ... by its use. By Dr. J. Hill. London: printed for R. Baldwin, and J. Jackson, 1761. ESTC No. T162865. Grub Street ID 201575.
  • Hill, John. Some projects recommended to the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. By the Inspector, ... London: printed for R. Stevens, 1761. ESTC No. T195290. Grub Street ID 229005.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, a series of experiments and observations tending to explain the internal structure, and the life of plants; ... Including, a new anatomy of plants. ... By John Hill, M.D. London: printed at the expence of the author, and sold by R. Baldwin, 1761-64. ESTC No. T50667. Grub Street ID 278217.
  • Hill, John. Botanical tracts, by Dr. Hill, Viz. 1. Usefulness of a Knowledge of Plants. 2. Outlines of a System of Vegetable Generation. 3. The Origin of Double Flowers. 4. The Origin of Proliferous Flowers. 5. The Sleep of Plants. 6. The History and Virtues of Valerian. 7. An Account of the Mushroom Stone. To which are added 1. The Method of Propagating Trees by their Parts, by Mr. T. Barnes, a Correspondent, 2. The Practice of Gardening, by Mr. T. Perfect, a Pupil of Dr. Hill. Publish'd at various Times. Now first Collected together. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, 1762. ESTC No. T29561. Grub Street ID 260923.
  • Hill, John. The sleep of plants, and cause of motion in the sensitive plant, explained. By J. Hill, M.D. In a letter to Linnæus. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row, M.DCC.LXII. [1762]. ESTC No. T48444. Grub Street ID 276339.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of sage, in lengthening human life, with rules to attain old age in health and cheerfulness. By Dr. Hill. London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin, and J. Ridley, [1763?]. ESTC No. T179089. Grub Street ID 215891.
  • Hill, John. The gardener's new kalendar: divided according to the twelve months of the year. ... Containing the practice of gardening, ... Adapted to the climate of Ireland. To which are added, directions for managing auriculas. By an eminent gardener. Dublin: printed for J. Exshaw, and H. Saunders, 1763. ESTC No. T185021. Grub Street ID 221270.
  • Hill, John. On the virtues of sage, in lengthening human life. With rules to attain old age in health and cheerfulness. By Dr. Hill. London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin, and J. Ridley, [1763]. ESTC No. T43271. Grub Street ID 271852.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contained the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for N. Owen, 1763. ESTC No. T82519. Grub Street ID 303093.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physick, for Preserving a good Constitution, and preventing Disorders in a bad one. By Dr. Hill. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Ridley in St. James's-Street, 1764. ESTC No. T11884. Grub Street ID 170323.
  • Hill, John. Cautions against the immoderate use of snuff. Founded on the known qualities of the tobacco plant; ... and enforced by instances of persons who have perished miserably of diseases, occasioned ... by its use. By Dr. J. Hill. Dublin: printed by J. Potts, 1764. ESTC No. T162866. Grub Street ID 201576.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of sage, in lengthening human life. With rules to attain old age in health and cheerfulness. By Dr. Hill. London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Ridley in St. James's-Street, MDCCLXV. [1765]. ESTC No. T128039. Grub Street ID 177677.
  • Hill, John. Centaury, the great stomachic: its preference to all other bitters; in that it gives an appetite and good digestion, and neither heats nor binds the body. With An Account of the Plant, and the Method of gathering, and preparing it; And a few Rules for such as have weak Stomachs. By J. Hill, MD. Member of the Imperial Academy. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street, MDCCLXV. [1765]. ESTC No. N16098. Grub Street ID 5787.
  • Hill, John. The power of water-dock against the scurvy, whether in the plain root or essence. With marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life for those afflicted with it. By J. Hill, M. D. Member of the Imperial Academy. London: printed for R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster-Row, and J. Ridley in St. James's-Street, MDCCLXV. [1765]. ESTC No. N20859. Grub Street ID 10239.
  • Hill, John. Hypochondriasis. A practical treatise on the nature and cure of that disorder; commonly called the hyp and hypo. By J. Hill, M.D. London: printed for the author; and sold at all booksellers, 1766. ESTC No. T6137. Grub Street ID 287072.
  • Hill, John. Trees, shrubs, and plants, cultivated in Britain: any of which Dr. Hill offers to foreigners, in exchange for others of equal value not here mentioned. London: printed for the author in Arlington-street, 1766. ESTC No. T180823. Grub Street ID 217458.
  • Hill, John. A new astronomical dictionary or, a compleat view of the heavens; containing the antient and modern astronomy, illustrated with a great number of figures, comprising all the constellations, ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for T. Gardner, 1768. ESTC No. T133480. Grub Street ID 182289.
  • Hill, John. Hortus Kewensis. Sistens herbas exoticas, indigenasque rariores, in area botanica, Hortorum Augustissimae Principissae Cambriae Dotissae, apud Kew, in Comitatu Surreiano, cultas; Methodo florali nova dispositas. Auctore Johanne Hill, Medicinae Doctore, Academiae imperialis naturae curiosorum Dioscoride quarto, &c. &c. &c. Londini: prostant apud Ricardum Baldwin in vico Pater-Noster-Row, et Johannem Ridley in vico St. James's Street, Bibliopolas, M.DCC.LXVIII. [1768]. ESTC No. T36688. Grub Street ID 266584.
  • Hill, John. A method of curing the jaundice and other disorders of the liver, by the herb agrimony, taken in the manner of tea. London: printed for R. Baldwin, 1768. ESTC No. N34853. Grub Street ID 23144.
  • Hill, John. A method of curing the jaundice and other disorders of the liver, by the herb agrimony, taken in the manner of tea. The second edition. By Dr. Hill. With a figure of the plant engraved from nature. London: printed for R. Baldwin, and J. Ridley, 1768. ESTC No. T9555. Grub Street ID 315059.
  • Hill, John. Polypody. The ancient doctrine of the virtues of that herb, tried and confirmed. By John Hill, M.D. London: printed for the author: and sold by R. Baldwin; and J. Ridley, 1768. ESTC No. T9556. Grub Street ID 315070.
  • Hill, John. Hortus Kewensis. Sistens herbas exoticas, indigenasque rariores, in area botanica, ... Auctore Johanne Hill, ... Londini: prostant apud Ricardum Baldwin, et Johannem Ridley, 1769. ESTC No. T36689. Grub Street ID 266585.
  • Hill, John. Herbarium Britannicum exhibens plantas Britanniæ indigenas secundum methodum floralem novam digestas. ... Auctore Johanne Hill, ... Londini: sumptibus auctoris. Prostant apud Baldwin, Ridley, Nourse, Becket, Davies, Cambell, Elmsly, 1769-1770. ESTC No. T36138. Grub Street ID 266106.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contained the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of ***. London: printed for W. Owen, 1769. ESTC No. N42009. Grub Street ID 28362.
  • Hill, John. The family practice of physic: or, a Plain, intelligible, and easy Method of curing diseases With the Plants of our own Country. The Asthma with Bittersweet. The Gravel with Uva Ursi. The Dropsy with Bark of Elder. Bleedings with Juice of Nettles. And other disorders With simple Medicines prepared from such Plants: Which are safe, and effectual in any Hands: to be had at a small Price in all Places in Town or Country; and accompanied with such Directions that any Person may use them successfully for himself or Family: saving to all, the Danger of rough Medicines; and to the Poor, the Expence of Physicians and Apothecaries. By J. Hill, M. D. With Figures of the Plants engraved from Nature. London: printed for the author in St. James's Street: and sold by R. Baldwin in Pater-Noster Row; J. Ridley in St. James's Street; J. Cambell in the Strand; and J. Tilly at the Bridge-Foot, M.DCC.LXIX. [1769]. ESTC No. T35311. Grub Street ID 265465.
  • Hill, John. The construction of timber, from its early growth; explained by the microscope, ... in five books. ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell; and T. Davies, 1770. ESTC No. T31654. Grub Street ID 262450.
  • Hill, John. Les vertus du centaurée; le stomachique préférable à touts les amers. ... Avec un détail de cette plante, et la faon de la cu'illir, et de la préparer. Et quelque peu de regles pour ceux qui ont un estomac foible. Par Jean Hill, médecin, ... Traduit de l'anglois. Londres: Imprimépour R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; Davis; & Nourse, Becket, Elmsley, & Bell, 1770. ESTC No. T7118. Grub Street ID 294763.
  • Hill, John. The construction of timber, from its early growth; explained by the microscope, and proved from experiments, in a great variety of kinds: in five books. On the Parts of Trees; their Vessels; and their Encrease by Growth: And on the different Disposition of those Parts in various Kinds; and the Particularities in their Vessels. With Figures Of Their various Appearances; of the Instrument for cutting them; and of the Microscope thro' which they were viewed. By John Hill, M. D. Member of the Imperial Academy. London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell, in the Strand; and T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, M.DCC.LXX. [1770]. ESTC No. T133661. Grub Street ID 182406.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, the internal structure and the life of plants; their parts, and nourishment, explained; their classes, orders, genera, and species, ascertained, and described; in a method altogether new: comprehending an artificial index, and a natural system. ... By John Hill, M.D. London: printed for the author: sold also by R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Cambell; and T. Davis, 1770-75. ESTC No. T26372. Grub Street ID 258451.
  • Hill, John. Virtues of British herbs. With the history, description, and figures, of the several kinds; an account of the diseases they will cure; the method of giving them; and management of the patients in each disease: ... Number II. To be continued occasionally, ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for R. Baldwin, J. Ridley, J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell, and J. Bell, 1770. ESTC No. T149801. Grub Street ID 195731.
  • Hill, John. Virtues of British herbs. With the history, description, and figures of the several kinds; An Account of the Diseases they will cure; The Method of giving them; and Management of the Patients in each Disease: Containing Cures of Head-Achs by Feverfew Tea, with Two Singular Instances. Cures of Consumptions by Coltsfoot Tea, Hectic Fevers by the Daisy, Colics by Leaves of Chamomile, And Agues by its Flowers. A Recommendation of the Bidens Cernua to supply the Place of the Ceylon Acmella, so celebrated in the Gravel; but not to be had with us. And a Case, with all its Circumstances and Symptoms, of the Hooping - Cough, cured by a Tea of the fresh Root of Elecampane. The Whole illustrating that important Truth, That the Plants of our own Country will cure all its Diseases. To which are added, Cautions against the Two Othonnas, destructive of Sheep. A Work intended to be useful to the Sick, and to their Friends; to private Families; and to the Charitable, who would help their Neighbours. No. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell, in the Strand; and T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, M.DCC.LXX. [1770]. ESTC No. T86082. Grub Street ID 306343.
  • Hill, John. Virtues of British herbs. With the history, description, and figures, of the several kinds; ... No. 1. - To be continued occasionally, ... By John Hill, ... London: printed for R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell; and T. Davies, 1770. ESTC No. T196492. Grub Street ID 229868.
  • Hill, John. The useful family herbal: or, an account of all those English plants, which are remarkable for their virtues: and of the drugs which are produced by vegetables of other countries. ... Illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants. With an introduction, ... And an appendix, ...By John Hill, ... London: printed for W. Owen, 1770. ESTC No. N36079. Grub Street ID 24060.
  • Hill, John. The management of the gout, in diet, exercise, and temper; with the virtues of burdock root, taken in the manner of tea: First us'd in the Year 1760; in the Author's own Case; And since in many other successful Instances, to the present Time. By J. Hill, M. D. Member of the Imperial Academy. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; P. Elmsley, and J. Bell, in the Strand; Robson, in Bond-Street; Richardson and Urquhart, at the Royal Exchange; Taylor, in Holborn; and Dilly, in the Poultry, 1771. ESTC No. T38924. Grub Street ID 268312.
  • Hill, John. Fossils arranged according to their obvious characters; with their history and description; Under The Articles Of Form, Hardness, Weight, Surface, Colour, And Qualities; The Place of their Production, Their Uses, And Distinctive English, and Classical Latin Names. By J. Hill, M. D. Member Of The Imperial Academy. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster Row; and P. Elmsly, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXXI. [1771]. ESTC No. T10616. Grub Street ID 159334.
  • Hill, John. Cautions against the use of violent medicines in fevers: and instances of the virtue of petasite root, so far as have yet come to the author's knowledge. By J. Hill, ... London: printed for E. and C. Dilly, 1771. ESTC No. T28956. Grub Street ID 260455.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physic; ... By J. Hill, ... London: printed for E. and C. Dilly, 1771. ESTC No. T42170. Grub Street ID 270975.
  • Hill, John. Virtues of British herbs. With the history, description, and figures, of the several kinds; an account of the diseases they will cure; the family methods of giving them; and the management of the patients in each disease: containing, Cures of Head-Achs by Feverfew Tea, with Two Singular Instances. Cures of Consumptions by Coltsfoot Tea, Of Hectic Fevers by the Daisy, Colics by Leaves of Chamomile, And Agues by its Flowers. A Recommendation of the Bidens Cernua to supply the Place of the Ceylon Acmella, so celebrated in the Gravel; but not to be had with us. And a Case, with all its Circumstances and Symptoms, of the Hooping-Cough, cured by a Tea of the fresh Root of Elecampane. The Whole illustrating that important Truth, That the Plants of our own Country will cure all its Diseases. To which are added, Cautions against the Two Othonnas, destructive of Sheep. A work intended to be useful to the Sick, and to their Friends; to private Families; and to the Charitable, who would help their. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; J. Nourse, T. Becket, P. Elmsly, J. Campbell, in the Strand; T. Davis, in Piccadilly; T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden; Robson, in Bond-Street; White, in Fleet-Street; Pearch, in Cheapside; Riley, in Curzon-Street; and Richardson and Urquhart, at the Royal Exchange, M.DCC.LXXI. [1771]. ESTC No. T50936. Grub Street ID 278474.
  • Hill, John. Medical and botanical tracts. I. Virtues of British herbs, ... II. Virtues of polypody, ... III. Virtues of sage. IV. Vitures of valerian, ... V. Virtues of centaury, ... VI. Management of the gout. VII. Old man's guide to health. First published separately at different times. By J. Hill, M.D. ... Now first collected into a volume; corrected and revised. London: printed for the author, and sold by R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; and E. and C. Dilly, 1772. ESTC No. N11317. Grub Street ID 1317.
  • Hill, John. Exotic botany illustrated, in thirty-five figures of elegant Chinese and American shrubs and plants, ... The second edition. By John Hill, ... London: printed for the author; and sold by R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; Elmsly; and Richardson and Urquhart, 1772. ESTC No. T33805. Grub Street ID 264297.
  • Hill, John. Spatogenesia. The origin and nature of spar; its qualities and uses: with a description and history of eighty-nine species; arranged, 1. In an Artificial and 2. In a Natural Method. A specimen of a general distribution of fossils. By J. Hill, M. D. member of the Imperial Academy. London: printed for P. Elmsly, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXXII. [1772]. ESTC No. T149799. Grub Street ID 195728.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of wild valerian in nervous disorders; and the manner of taking it, against vapours and melancholy, as tea; against fits and hysteric complaints, in the powder; and against confused thoughts, and paralytic complaints, in the tincture. ... The twelfth edition. By J. Hill, M.D. ... London: printed for R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; and E. and C. Dilly, 1772. ESTC No. T50944. Grub Street ID 278482.
  • Hill, John. Plain and useful directions for those who are afflicted with cancers. By which they may save themselves a great deal of pain and danger; ... With an account of the Vienna hemlock; ... By Sir John Hill, ... London: printed for T. Trueman, [1773?]. ESTC No. N11544. Grub Street ID 1548.
  • Hill, John. Plain and useful directions for those who are afflicted with cancers. By which they may save themselves a great deal of pain and danger; Pass every Hour of their Lives more comfortably; And see all that is to be performed toward a cure. With an account of the Vienna hemlock; With which Dr. Stork did so great good in Cancers. And A History of some absolute Cures performed by the English Herb Cleavers; communicated to the Author by a Lady of Quality; and authenticated by the Testimony of a Clergyman, who saw them. By Dr. Hill, member of the Imperial Academy, &c. London: printed for R. Baldwin, in Pater-Noster-Row; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; and R. Parker, in Cornhill, M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773]. ESTC No. T42343. Grub Street ID 271136.
  • Hill, John. Eden: or, a compleat body of gardening, both in knowledge and practice ; directing the gardener in his work, for every distinct week in the year, In the Kitchen-Ground, Flower-Garden, and Nursery; And Shewing the Proprietor those Shrubs, Plants, and Flowers, which are most usually cultivated in Gardens; or most worthy to be so; With the History, Description, and Figure of every Kind; and their true Culture and Management; The raising of Flowers according to English, French, and Dutch Florists. The Management of Fruit Trees in the present improved Method: with a Catalogue of Fruits as they come in Season. The Culture of the Kitchen Ground; the making of Hot Beds, &c. And The raising of the Products, in the natural, and artificial Manner. Illustrated with figures of about four hundred of the finest shrubs, flowers, and plants. By J. Hill, M. D. Member Of At The Imperial Academy. Enlarged with the addition of twenty folio plates of new plants, now first raised in the Royal Gardens at Kew. London: printed for the author in St. James's Street; and sold by all the booksellers, M.DCC.LXXIII. [1773]. ESTC No. T117432. Grub Street ID 169025.
  • Hill, John. A general natural history: or, new and accurate descriptions of the animals, vegetables, and minerals of the various parts of the world; ... With a great number of figures, elegantly engraved. By John Hill, ... London: printed for the author, 1773. ESTC No. N67410. Grub Street ID 48992.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, the internal structure and the life of plants; their parts, and nourishment, explained; their classes, orders, genera, and species, ascertained, and described; in a method altogether new: comprehending an artificial index, and a natural system. ... By John Hill, ... The second edition: corrected by the author; ... Vol. 1. ... London: printed for the author: and sold by R. Baldwin; J. Ridley; B. White; L. Davis; J. Robson; P. Elmsly, and J. Cambell; and J. Balfour, at Edinburgh, 1773. ESTC No. T109111. Grub Street ID 161926.
  • Hill, John. A decade of curious and elegant trees and plants: drawn after specimens received from the East Indies, and America, in the year 1772; ... By J. Hill, ... London: printed for the author, 1773. ESTC No. T32176. Grub Street ID 262909.
  • Hill, John. A decade of curious insects: some of them not describ'd before: shewn in their natural size; and as they appear enlarg'd before the Lucernal microscope; ... on ten quarto plates, ... By J. Hill, ... London: printed for the author. And sold by B. White; P. Elmsly; Parker; Baldwin; Ridley; and J. Balfour, Edinburgh, 1773. ESTC No. T32177. Grub Street ID 262910.
  • Hill, John. Cures performed by the pectoral balsam of honey; invented by Sir John Hill: and sold by [blank] also by Mr. Baldwin, Pater-noster Row; Mr. Ridley, ... Containing, ... some directions for private familes [sic], ... London: printed for the author, 1774. ESTC No. T196182. Grub Street ID 229633.
  • Hill, John. An idea of an artificial arrangement of fossils, according to unalterable characters, and superadded qualities: ... By Sir John Hill. London: printed for the author, 1774. ESTC No. T36972. Grub Street ID 266785.
  • Hill, John. The construction of timber, from its early growth; explained by the microscope, and proved from experiments, in a great variety of kinds. In five books. 1. On the Parts of Trees. 2. Their Vessels. 3. Their Encrease by Growth. 4. The different Disposition of their Parts in various Kinds. 5. The Particularities in their Vessels. With Figures Of Their Various Appearances, Of an Instrument invented for cutting Slices of extreme Thinness, And Of a Microscope of a new Construction, through which they were viewed. By John Hill, M. D. Member Of The Imperial Academy. London: printed for the author; and sold by B. White, in Fleet-Street; L. Davis, in Holborn; J. Robson, in Bond-Street; J. Ridley, in St. James's-Street; P. Elmsly, in the Strand; and T. Davies, in Russel-Street, Covent-Garden, MDCC.LXXIV. [1774]. ESTC No. T133662. Grub Street ID 182407.
  • Hill, John. Observations on the new-discovered Swedish acid: and on the stone from which it is extracted. By J. Hill, M.D. London: printed for the author: and sold by B. White, and J. Robson, 1774. ESTC No. N41951. Grub Street ID 28304.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Part the second. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contained the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of Chesterfield. London: printed for W. Owen, 1774. ESTC No. N69569. Grub Street ID 50590.
  • Hill, John. A catalogue of curious and valuable foreign books, which have been received, in the course of the year 1773, by Dr. Hill, in exchange for The vegetable system; and his other works; and are to be sold at his house in Saint James's Street; at the annexed prices: to which are added, a catalogue of English books; ... London: Catalogues may be had gratis at Dr. Hill's, in St. James's Street; of Mr. White, in Fleet-Street; Mr. Robson, in Bond Street; Mr. Elmsly, in the Strand; Mr. Baldwin, in Pater-noster Row; Mr. Ridley, in St. James's Street; Mr. Davies, in Russel Street; Mr. Davis, i Holborn; Mr. Dodsley, in Pall Mall; J. and T. Fletcher, in the Turl, Oxford; and Mr. Woodyer, at Cambridge. By any of whom, orders for the books are also received, 1774. ESTC No. N43718. Grub Street ID 29417.
  • Hill, John. The vegetable system. Or, the internal structure and the life of herbs; their parts, and nourishment, explained; their classes, orders, genera, and species, ascertained, and described; in a method altogether new: comprehending an artificial index, and a natural system. ... By Sir John Hill. ... Vol. II. ... London: printed for the author: and sold by T. Trueman, 1775. ESTC No. T167879. Grub Street ID 205885.
  • Hill, John. The old man's guide to health and longer life: with rules for diet, exercise, and physic; for preserving a good constitution, and preventing disorders in a bad one. By J. Hill, M.D. Member of the Imperial Academy. [Philadelphia]: London, printed; Philadelphia: re-printed by John Dunlap, in Market-Street, M,DCC,LXXV. [1775]. ESTC No. W11958. Grub Street ID 321194.
  • Hill, John. Enquiries into the nature of a new mineral acid, discovered in Sweden; and Of the Stone from which it is obtained. To which is annexed, An Idea of an Artificial Arrangement, and of a Natural Method of Fossils; with Examples in the Crystals, Spars, and Earths. By Sir John Hill. London: printed for T. Trueman, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXXV. [1775]. ESTC No. T32720. Grub Street ID 263395.
  • Hill, John. Circumstances which preceded the letters to the Earl of -; and may tend to a discovery of the author. London: printed for T. Evans, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXXV. [1775]. ESTC No. T30769. Grub Street ID 261613.
  • Hill, John. Hypochondriasis. A practical treatise on the nature and cure of that disorder; commonly called the hyp and hypo. By Sir John Hill. London: printed for T. Trueman, in the Strand, M.DCC.LXXV. [1775]. ESTC No. N670. Grub Street ID 48631.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. Lettre adresse'e a la Société Royale de Londres, dans laquelle il est pleinement démontré, par des preuves tirées de la théorie & de la pratique, qu'une femme peut concevoir & enfanter sans le commerce de l'homme. Londres [i.e. Amsterdam?]: chez J. Wilcox, 1776. ESTC No. N19081. Grub Street ID 8506.
  • Hill, John. The power of water-dock against the scurvy: with marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life for those afflicted with it. By the late Sir John Hil,... London: printed for Lady Hill, and to be had at her house: also of Mr. Baldwin; Mr. Newbery; Mr. Joliffe; Mr. Jackson; Mr. Crutwell, Bath; and Mr. G. Reid, Edinburgh, 1777. ESTC No. T10618. Grub Street ID 159352.
  • Hill, John. The power of water-dock against the scurvy, whether in the plain root, or essence. With marks to know that disease in all its states; instances of its being mistaken for other disorders; and rules of life for those afflicted with it. By Sir J. Hill, ... London: printed for W. Bacon, and sold by most booksellers, [1780?]. ESTC No. T173882. Grub Street ID 211061.
  • Hill, John. A review of the works of the Royal Society of London; containing animadversions on such of the papers as deserve particular observation. In eight parts: Under the several Heads of Arts, Antiquities, Medicine, Miracles, Zoophytes, Animals, Vegetables, Minerals. By Sir John Hill, M. D. Acad. Reg. Scient. Burd. &c. Soc. London: printed for the Honourable Lady Hill, in St. James's Place; and, by her appointment, sold by J. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall, M.DCC.LXXX. [1780]. ESTC No. T10620. Grub Street ID 159370.
  • Hill, John. The oeconomy of human life. Translated from an Indian manuscript, found soon after that which contained the original of the first part; and written by the same hand. In a second letter from an English gentleman residing at China, to the Earl of Chesterfield. Volume II. London: printed for W. Owen, 1780. ESTC No. N68128. Grub Street ID 49616.
  • Hill, John. The virtues of honey, in preventing many of the worst disorders; and in the certain cure of several others; particularly The Gravel, Asthmas, Coughs, Hoarseness, and a tough Morning Phlegm: with A particular Direction of the Manner of taking it for the Cure of Consumptions. To which is prefixed An Account of the Origin and Nature of Honey; its various Kinds, English and Foreign, and the Marks which distinguish them; also a Method to obtain Honey as fine in England as from any Part of the World; and the best ways of taking it. With The Genuine Receipt for the Syrup of Capillaire as made in Italy; and for the celebrated Aristaean Confection; also for making the Spirit and Essence of Honey, &c. &c. London: printed for J. Murray, No. 32, Fleet-Street, opposite St. Dunstan's-Church, MDCCLXXXIV. [1784]. ESTC No. T50940. Grub Street ID 278479.
  • Hill, John. La femme comme on n'en connoit point, ou primauté de la femme sur l'homme. Londres [i.e. Paris]: chez Gabriel Goldt. Et chez les meilleurs libraires de l'Europe, 1786. ESTC No. N6466. Grub Street ID 46645.
  • Hill, John. Lucina sine concubitu. Lettre adressée a la Société Royale de Londres, dans laquelle il est pleinement démontré, par des preuves tirées de la théorie & de la pratique, qu'une femme peut concevoir & enfanter sans le commerce de l'homme. Londres [i.e. Amsterdam?]: chez J. Wilcox, 1786. ESTC No. N64081. Grub Street ID 46143.
  • Hill, John. The adventures of Mr. George Edwards, a Creole. By Sir John Hill. London: printed for Harrison and Co. No 18, Paternoster Row, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]. ESTC No. T10614. Grub Street ID 159315.
  • Hill, John. The useful family-herbal; or, an account of all those English plants which are remarkable for their virtues, and of the drugs which are produced by vegetables of other countries; ... Illustrated with figures of the most useful English plants. With an introduction; ... An an appendix; ... By Sir John Hill, ... London: printed for A. Millar, W. Law, and R. Cater; and for Wilson and Spence, York, 1789. ESTC No. N36077. Grub Street ID 24058.