Until Pickering’s edition of the statutes, the majority of the eighteenth century collections of the laws were published by the Baskett family: first John, then his sons Thomas and Robert, lastly his grandson Mark. They are worth noting, as Pickering’s series omits many expired acts, and abbreviates others, and recourse to these works can fill the gaps.
However, their utility is limited by the gothic script in which the majority of the text is printed, difficult both to read and to OCR. (And given that Baskett’s notorious ‘Vinegar Bible‘ may have led to the term ‘Basket case’, I also wonder how accurate the text is.) Further, just a few volumes are freely available, and I am not sure many more reside in commercial archives. At any rate, they are of occasional use, hence this listing.
1711: 10 Anne: Hathi Trust.
1713: 12 Anne: Google.
1753/4: 27 George 2: Google.
1788: 28 George 3: Google (partial).