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   Part I contains:

  • More than 26 million pages of text
  • 136,291 titles
  • 155,010 volumes
  • 136,209 MARC records
 

   Part II contains:

  • More than 6 million pages of text
  • 46,607 new titles of previously unavailable or inaccessible materials
  • 50,629 volumes
 

   Part I and II combined contain:

  • More than 32 million pages of text
  • 182,898 titles
  • 205,639 volumes
  • 7 major subject areas covered

GEOGRAPHY COVERED:

TIME PERIOD: 1701–1800

 

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A sample of the titles found in Eighteenth Century Collections Online, Part II are listed below. You may also download a title list using the link above.

Author Full Title ECCO
Subject Area
Young, Edward The revenge. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre Royal in Drury-Lane. By His Majestye's servants. By E. Young, LL. D. Literature and Language
Chetwood, W. R. (William Rufus) The voyages dangerous adventures and imminent escapes of Capt. Rich. Falconer. Containing the laws, customs, and manners of the Indians in America; his shipwrecks; his marrying an Indian wife; his narrow escape from the island of Dominico, &c. Intermix'd  Social Sciences
Blair, Hugh Sermons, by Hugh Blair, D.D. F.R.S. Ed. one of the ministers of the High Church, and professor of rhetoric and belles lettres [sic] in the University, of Edinburgh. In four volumes. Vol. IV. Religion and Philosophy
Ambrose, Isaac Looking unto Jesus: a view of the everlasting Gospel; or, The soul's eying of Jesus, as carrying on the great work of man's salvation, from first to last. By Isaac Ambrose, minister of the Gospel. Religion and Philosophy
Darcy, Mr. (James) Love and ambition. A tragedy. As it is acted at the Theatre-Royal, by His Majesty's servants. By Mr. Darcy. Fine Arts
Defoe, Daniel The high-church legeon: or, The memorial examin'd. Being, a new test of moderation. As tis recommended to all that love the Church of England, and the constitution. Literature and Language
  The Blasted laurel. A poem. Literature and Language
Colman, George Blue-beard; a female curiosity! A dramatic romance, first represented at the Theatre Royal Drury-Lane. Written by George Colman, the younger. Literature and Language
Cave, William Primitive Christianity: or, The religion of the antient Christians, In the first ages of the Gospel. In three parts. By William Cave, D.D. Religion and Philosophy