6 vols.: Reprints of books and articles originally published 1713-1825: v. 1. Animal language, animal passions and animal morals -- v. 2. An essay on the future life of brutes, introduced with observation upon evil, its nature and origin / Richard Dean -- v. 3. A dissertation on the duty of mercy and sin of cruelty to brute animals / Humphry Primatt -- v. 4. The chain of being and The cry of nature -- v. 5. An essay on humanity to animals / Thomas Young -- v. 6. Lord Monboddo, orangutans and the origins of human nature.
4 vols. "Programmatically, The Enlightenment in America appears caught somewhere between personal "collection," in the author's term, and general "anthology." The collective aspects, the materials selected for inclusion, offer great range, but the choices themselves seem idiosyncratic, tending toward the esoteric and obscure rather than the canonical, with little or no justification given to selections made or not made." (From the Eighteenth Century Studies review by Robert A. Ferguson)
10 vols. "Covers the key period in the history of actuarial science from the mid-17th century to the early 19th century. There are reprints of the most important treatises, pamphlets, tables and writings which trace the development of the actuarial industry."
8 vols.: Pt. 1: 1650-1750. Vol. 1. 1650-1673 / edited by Paul Seaver ; with a general introduction by Mark Robson.-- Vol. 2. 1674-1699 / edited by Paul Seaver.-- Vol. 3. 1700-1716 / edited by Kelly McGuire.-- Vol. 4. 1717-1750 / edited by Kelly McGuire.-- Pt. 2: 1750-1850.-- Vol. 5. 1750-1799: Sermons, discourses, essays and treatises / edited by Jeffrey Merrick.-- Vol. 6. 1750-1799: Legal, medical, literary and miscellaneous texts, and newspapers and magazines / edited by Jeffrey Merrick.-- Vol. 7. 1800-1850: Legal contexts, religious writings and medical writers / edited by Darryl Lee.-- Vol. 8. 1800-1850: Medical writers (continued), statistical inquiries, social criticism, poetic and popular representations and cases / edited by Darryl Lee.
5 vols.: v. 1. Appeal to common sense in behalf of religion (1766-1772) / James Oswald -- v. 2. Essay on the nature and immutability of truth (1770) / Beattie -- v. 3-4. Early responses to Reid, Oswald, Beattie and Stewart -- v. 5. Bibliography of Scottish common sense philosophy.