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CATALOGUE 

OF THE 

LIBRARY 

or 

THE COLLEGE OF 
ST. MARGARET AND ST. BERNARD, 

COMMONLY CALLED 

QUEEN'S COLLEGE 

IN THE 

UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, 

METHODICALLY ARRANGED 
BY 

THOMAS HARTWELL HORNR 



VOL. II. 




PRINTED FOR THE *80CIETY OP QUEEN'S COLJJSGB, 

BY S. AND K. BEXTLBY, DOBflKT.STBEET, LOVBOJf. 

. M.DCCC.XX.VII. 



Class III. 



Introduction. 

1. General Treatises on Human Knowledge and 
on the Study of Philosophy. 

SSAY upon Study, more particularly the 
Study of Philosophy. 8vo. London, 
1713. [L. 15. 15.] 

Wower (Joannis a) De Polymathia Trac- 
tatus. 4to. 1603. [G. 15. 4.] 

Alstedii (J. H.) Mathesis Universalis. 
12mo. Herbornee, 1613. [D. 17. 30.] 

Bacon (Francisci) Instauratio magna, sive 
Novum Organum. folio, Londini, 1620. 

[B.4. 8.] 

| Exemplar aliud. 12 mo. Lug. Bat. 

1650. [B. 8. 50.] 

AGRiPPiE (Henrici Cornelii) De Incertitudine etVanitate Omnium Scien- 
tiarum et Artium. 24mo. 1622. [B. 8. .38.] 

Vms (Joannis Ludovici) De Disciplinis Libri XII. 18mo. Lug. Bat. 

1636. [E. 17. 21.] 
Waking (Edward) An Essay on the Principles of Human Knowledge. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1794. [Ff. 6. 14.] 

Palairet (John) A Short Treatise upon Arts and Sciences, in French 
and English. 12mo. London, 1741. [A. 19. 95.] 

Ferguson (James) Tables and Tracts relative to several Arts and Sci- 
ences. 8vo. London, 1771. [Dd. 3. 15.] 
Dossie ( Robert) The Handmaid to the Arts. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1764. 

[D. 22. 16,17.] 

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PHILOSOPHY. 



Lewis (William) Commercium Philosophico-Technicum ; or the Philo- 
sophical Commerce of Arts. 4to. London, 1763. [Gg. 1. 33.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1765. [A. 14. 81.] 

Museum Rusticum et Commercial ; or, Select Papers on Agriculture, 
Commerce, Arts, and Manufactures, drawn from Experience, and com- 
municated by Gentlemen engaged in these Pursuits. 6 vols. Svo. 
London, 1766. [G. 15. 21-26.] 

(joguet (Ant. Yves de) The Origin of Laws, Arts, and Sciences, and 
their Progress amongst the most antient Nations, translated from the 
French [by Dr. Dunn and Mr. Spearman]. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1761. [F. 24. 16-18.] 



2. Encyclopedias, and Dictionaries of Philosophy, 
Arts, and Sciences. 

Vincentii Burgundi (Episcopi Bellovacencis) Speculum Quadruplex, Na- 
turale, Doctrinale, Morale, et Historiale. Opera ac studio Theologo- 
rum Universitatis Duacensis. 4 tomis, folio, Duaci, 1624. [I. 3. 15-18.] 

Harris (John) Lexicon Technicum ; or an English Dictionary of Arts and 
Sciences. 2 vols, folio, London, 1708. [B. 3. 1j,1G.] 

Dictionarium Polygraphicum ; or the Whole Body of Arts digested. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1735. [P. 6. 7,8.] 

Chambers (Ephraim) Cyclopaedia; or an Universal Dictionary of Arts and 

Sciences. 2 vols, folio, London, 1741-43. [O. 3. 28,29.] 
Another Copy. 2 vols, folio, London, 1738. [R. 1. 4,5.] 

Encyclopaedia Britannica ; or a Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and 
Miscellaneous Literature, on a Plan entirely new. 10 volumes, 4to. 
Edinburgh, 1778-1782. [E. 23. 8-17.] 

Encyclopaedia Britannica. Fifth edition. 20 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1S15. 

[Ff. 4. 4G-G5.] 

Supplement to the fourth and fifth Editions of the Encyclopaedia Britan- 
nica. Vols. I. II. and III. Part I. 4to. Edinburgh," 1821. 

[Ff. 4. 06-70.] 

•Supplement to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Vol.111. Part II. and 
Vols. IV.-VI. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824. 

Nicholson (William) The British Encyclopaedia: or Dictionary of Art?, 
and Sciences. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 1800. [Ec. 2. 53-5S.] * 

The Philosophical Dictionary for the Pocket, by a Society of Men of 
Letters. [M. de Voltaire.] 8vo. London, 17(55. [P. .\">7. 

•Encyclopaedia Metropolitana, or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge, 
on an Original Plan; comprising the twofold Advantage of a Philoso- 
phical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with appropriate and entirely 
new Engravings. Parts I.-XX. 4to. London, V. V. 

[Continued.] 



HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY. M5 



Section I. 
Intellectual Philosophy. 



I. History of Philosophy and the Collective Works 
of Philosophers. 

1. The History of Philosophy. 

[The Lives of Philosophers will be found infra, Class V. History. 
Tit I. Section VI. § 2. Antient Biography.] 

Vossn (Gerardi Johannis) De Philosophia et Philosophorum Seeds. 4to. 

Hag. Com. 1648. [C. 9. 27.] 
Jonsii (Joannis) De Scriptoribus Historiae Philosophic® Libri IV. 4to. 

Francofurti, 1659. [E. 15. 22.] 

Stanley (Thomas) A History of Philosophy, containing the Lives, 
Opinions, Actions, and Discourses of the Philosophers of every Sect, 
illustrated with Effigies, folio, London, 1687. [G. 11. 12.] 

Winder (Henry)- A Critical and Chronological History of the Rise, 
Progress, Declension, and Revival of Knowledge, chiefly Religions. 
2 vols, in 1, 4to. London, 1745. [6. 14. 15.] 

Burnetii (Thomas) Archaeologiae Philosdphicae, sive Doctrina Antiqua de 
Rerum Originibus, Libri II. 4to. Londini, 1692. [E. 1. 12.] 

*Enyield (William) The History of Philosophy from the earliest Periods 
to the Beginning of the Eighteenth Century. Drawn up from Brucker's 
Historia Critica Philosophise. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. 

England (George) An Enquiry into the Morals of the Ancients. 4to. 
London, 1735. [R. 17. 11. J 

Jacoti (D.) De Philosophorum Doctrina Libellus, ex Cicerone. 8vo. 
Oxonii, 1769. [P. 269. (1.)] 

Maoiri (Johannis) Physiologic Peripatetics? Libri Sex, cum Commcn- 
tariis. Accesserunt Caspari Bartholini Metaphysica major, et Johannis 
Magiri de Memoria Artificiosa liber singularis. 8vo. Cantabrigia?, 
1642. [K. 20. 34.] 

Gassendi (Petri) Exercitationes Paradoxic® adversus Aristoteleos. 4to. 
Hagss Comitum, 1656. [M. 20. 5.] 

Carpentarii (Jacobi) Platonis cum Aristotele in uni versa Philosophia 
Comparatio. Accedit Alcinoi Institutio ad Doctrinam Platonis. 4to. 
Parisiis, 1573. [F. 9. 34.] 

Parker (Samuel) A Free and Impartial Censure of the Platonick Philo- 
sophic. 4to. Oxford, 1666. [M. 15. 37.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Oxford, 1666. [D. 6. 40.] 

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516 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Platonism Unveil'd, or Plato's Notions concerning the Logos. 4 to. 

1700. [P. 47. (1.)] 
Du Vaix (Monsieur) The Morall Philosophy of the Stoicks, translated 

from the French by C. Catton. 18mo. London, 1664. [B. 8. 5.] 

Foster (Johannis) Enarratio et Comparatio Doctrinarum Moralium Epi- 
cureorum et Stoicorum. 4to. Londini, 1758. [P. 2. (9.)] 

Caussini (Nicolai) De Symbolica iEgyptiorum Sapientia. 12mo. Co- 
loniae, 1631. [H. 8. 29.] 



2. General Treatises on Philosophy, or on several 
Branches thereof. 

Tractationes Philosophies : ') 

1. Mocenici (Philippi) Institutiones ad Hominum '. 

Perfectionem. (rp ^ g , 

2. C^salpini (Andreas) Quaestiones Peripateticae. J 'J 

3. Telesii (Bernardini) De Rerum Natura. | 

folio, Attrebat. 1588. J 

CampanelljE (Thomae) Universalis Philosophia, sen Metaphvsica. Iblio. 
Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 10.] 

Campanellae (Thomae) Physiologia, Ethica, Politica, (Economica cum 
Quaestionibus. folio, Parisiis, 1637. [M. 5. 11.] 

Capivaccei (Hieronymi) Camaeleon sive Homo Sapiens ; Disputatio in 
tres Gradus divisa. 4to. Patavii, 1615. [M. 15. .'34.]) 

Clerici (Joannis) Logica, Onrologia, et Pneumatologia. 8vo. Canta- 
brigiae, 1704. [R. 13. 63.] 

Comenii (Amos Johannis) Pansophia? Proilromus. 12mo. Londini, 1630. 

[A. 7. 10.] 

Hippii (M. Fabrani) Problemata Physica et Logica Peripatetica. 8vo. 
Francofurti, 1603. [I. 8. 12.] 

Keckermanni (Bartholomei) Praccognitorum Philosonhicorum Lilni duo. 
8vo. Hanovia>, 1612. [F. 16. 38.] 

Oviedo (Francisci de) Integer Cursus Philosophicus, ad unmn Corpus 
redactus. folio, Lugduni, 1640. [F. 11. 18.] 

Reischii (Georgii) Margarita Philosoplu'ca ; hoc est, Tlabituum sou Dis- 
ciplinarum omnium perfectissima KYKAOII A1AKIA. 4to. Ua^iUw, 
1623. [C. 14. 24.] 

Scheibleri (Christophori) Philosophia Compendiosa, exliilu'iis I,o<_ir.-i\ 
Metaphysical, Physica?, Geometric, Astronomic, Opnca\ Ethics, Po- 
ll ticae, et (Economicae Compendium Methodietim. 18mo. Oxonia\ 
1639. [H. 17. 2.] 

Stierii (Joannis) Logica, Physica et Metaphvsica. ho. Londini, H>5:.\ 

[II. 7. in.. 

Johnsoki (Thomas) Quaestiones Philosophical. 8vo. Cantabrigian, 1 7 35. 

[P. "32 3. o.r 



WORKS OF ANTIENT PHILOSOPHERS. 517 



3. Collective Works of Philosophers, Antient and 

Modern. 

i. Works of Antient Philosophers, with their Commentators 
and Interpreters. 

(1) Greek Philosophers. 

Hermetis Mercurii Divinus Pymander, cum commentariis Hannibalis 
Rosseli. Accessit ejusdem Textus Graeco-Latinus, industria F. F. Can- 
daillac. folio, Colonise, 1630. [L. 4. 1.] 

Hieroclis in A urea Carmina Commentarius. Graece et Latine. Edidit 
R. W[arren.] 8vo. Londini, 1742. [F. 21. 30.] 

Hieroclis Commentarius in Aurea Carmina, de Providentia et Fato quae 
supers u nt, et Reliqua Fragmenta. Greece et Latine. Recensuit, Notas, 
et Indicem adjecit Petrus Needham. 8vo. Cantabrigise, 1 709. 

[M. 6. 5.] 

jEschinis Socratici Dialogi Tres. Graece et Latine. 8vo. Amstelodami, 
1711. [F. 25. 27.] 

Plato wis Opera Omnia, Graece et Latine, ex nova Joannis Serrani inter- 
pretatione, perpetuis ejusdem notis illustrata. Accedunt Henrici Ste- 
phani de quorumdam locorum interpretatione Judicium, et multorum 
contextus Graeci emendatio. 3 tomis, folio. Excudebat Henricus 
Stephanus, 1578. [F. 12. 10-12.] 

Platonis Philosophi quae extant Graece, ad Editionem Henrici Stephani 
accurate expressa cum Marsilii Ficini interpretatione. Accedit varie- 
tas Lectionis. 12 tomis, 8vo. Biponti, 1781-1787. [H. 21. 13-24.] 

Platonis Dialogi Quinque. Gr. et Lat. Recensuit Notisque i 1 lustra vit 
Nat. Forster. 8vo. Oxonii, 1765. [Aa. 3. 15.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1765. [Aa. 3. 16.] 

Platonis Timaeus, Chalcidio interprete ; item ejusdem in eundem Com- 
mentarius. Cum notis Joannis Meursii. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1617. 

[S. 2. 9.] 

Platonis de Rebus Divinis Dialogi Selecti, Graece et Latine. Edidit Jo. 

North. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1673. [D. 6. 28.] 
Procli in Platonis Theologiam Libri VI. Greece et Latine. folio, Fran- 

cofurti, 1618. [F. 1. 13.] 
Procli in Platonis Timaeum Commentariorum Libri V. Greece, folio, 

Rasileee, 1534. [F. 1. 11.] 
The Works of Plato abridged ; with an Account of his Life, Philosophy, 

Morals and Politics, and a Translation of his choicest Dialogues, from 

the French. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1749. [Ee. 4. 101,102.] 
Crawford (Charles) A Dissertation on the Phaedon of Plato. 8vo. Lori- 

6}on, 1773. [Gg. 5. 32.] 

. Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1773. [P. 307. (1.)] 

Plotini Platonici Operum Omnium Philosophicorum Libri LIV. Graece ; 
cum Latina Marciiii Ficini Interpretatione et Commentariis. [Editio 
Princeps.] folio, Basileae, 1580. [F. 1. 5.] 



518 PHILOSOPHY. 

*Ex Procli Scholiis in Cratylum Platonis Excerpta : e Codicibus edidit J. 
F. Boissonade. Greece. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1820. 

Aristotelis et Tbeophrasti Opera, Greece. [Editio Princeps.] 6 tomis, 
folio, Venetiis apud Aldura, 1495-98. [I. 4. 14-19.] 

Aristotelis Opera Omnia, quae extant, Graece et Latine, Veterum ac Re- 
cent iorum Interpretum, ut Adriani Turnebi, Isaaci Casauboni, Julii 
Pacii, studio emendatissima. Accessit Synopsis Analytica Doctrinac 
Peripateticse, cum Notis Arguraentisque, necnon Indicibus tribus, auc- 
tore Guillelmo Du Val. 2 tomis, folio, Lutetiae Parisiorum, 1G19. 

[F. 12. 8,9.] 

Toleti (Francisci) Commentaria, una cam quaestionibus, in tres libros 
Aristotelis de Anima. 4 to. Colon iae Agrippinse, 1594. [B. 4. 37.] 

Casi (Joh.) Thesaurus (Economise, seu Commentarius in CEconomica 
Aristotelis. 4to. Oxonii, 1597. [D. 14. 2.] 

Thorase Aquinatis in Aristotelis Opera Expositiones. folio, Inter Ope- 
rum Tomos I.-r-V. [H. 12. 9,10.] 

Launoii (Joannis) De varia Aristotelis fortuna in Academia Parisiensi 
Liber. 8vo. Parisiis, 1662. [C. 15. 9.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Hag. Com. 1656. [M. 14. 36.] 

Leonici (Nicolai) Opuscula super Aristotelem et Proclum. folio, Pari- 
siis, 1590. (JD. 1. 16.] 

Baldi (Bernardini) In Mechanica Aristotelis Problemata Excrcitationcs. 
4to. Moguntiae, 1621. [C. 14. 34.] 

A Comparison of Plato and Aristotle, with the Opinion of the Fathers on 
their Doctrine: translated from the French of M. Papin. 12mo. Lon- 
don, 1673. [E. 8. 26.] 

Sexti Empirici Opera Omnia, Graece et Latine. folio, Aurelia?, 16:21. 

[F. 1. 2.] 

Sexti Empirici Opera, Graece et Latinfc, cum Notis Joannis Alberti Fa- 
bricii. folio, Lipsiae, 1718. [A. 4. 18.] 

Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, Graece et Latine. 8vo. Liigduni, KJ.'H. 

Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, ex Interpretatione Daniclis Hcinsii, n cen- 
suit et Notulis illustravit Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Cantabri^ire, i 70;;. 

[C. ->0. 

■ Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigian, 1703. [I. 14. 12:2.1 

Maximi Tyrii Dissertationes, ex Recensione et cum Notis Joannis Davisii. 
Cui accesserunt Jer. Marklandi Dissertationes. Gr. ct Lat. Ito. 
Londini, 1740. [R. 17. 7.] 

Porphyrii de non necandis ad epulandum animantibus Lihri IV. GnecC* 
et Latine, & F. de Fogerolles. 8vo. Lugduni, 1(^0. i S. 2. ;J;j.] 

*Alexandri Aphrodisiensis, Ammonii HeriruV filii, riotini, Bardesani* 
Syri, et Gemistii Plethonis de Fato, qua j snpui^unt. Ad codkum 
Manuscriptorum, Editionum, et Versionum fideni recensuit ; Intc-rpre- 
tationem Latinam Hugonis Grotii et alio rum emend ruion in, Varieta- 
tern Lectionis, et Notas adjecit J. Con. Orellius. Inserts sunt Ani- 
madversiones J. Casp. Orellii. Graece ct Latine. 8\ o. Turici. 18:24. 



WORKS OF ANTIENT PHILOSOPHERS. 619 



Sallusttos Philosophus, de Diis et Mundo ; Demophili, Democratism et 
Secundi, veterum pbilosophorum, Sentential Morales. Greece* et La- 
tine. Cura Leonis Allatii et Lucae Holstenii. 18mo. Lug. Bat. 1639. 

[E. 17. 17.] 



(2) Roman Philosophers. 

Marci Tullii Ciceronis Opera. 4 tomis in 2 vols, folio, Parisiis, apud 
Carol. Stephanum, 15$5. [N. 2. 13,14.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Opera, cum Manucciorum Commentariis. 4 tomis, folio, 
Venetiis, 1583. [F. 3. 16-19.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Opera. 4 tomis in 2 vols, folio. Parisiis, 1655. 

[Aa. 1. 4,5.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Opera cum integris Notis et selectis Variorum, ex recen- 
sione Isaaci Verbtfrgii. 4 tomis, 4to. Arastelodami, 1 724. 

[A. 1. 18-81.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Opera, cum deleetu Commentariorum, studio Jos. Oli- 
ve ti. 9 tomis, 4to. Genevae, 1743-46. [R. 3. 1-9.] 

*M. T. Ciceronis Opera, ex recensione J. A. Ernesti, cum ejusdem Notis 
et Clave Ciceroniana. 8 tomis, 8vo. Oxonii, 1816. 

M. T. Ciceronis Academica. Recensuit, Variorum Notis suas immiscuit, 
et ^adriani Turnebi, Petri Fabri Commentarios adjunxit Joannes 
Davisius. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1725. [I. 7. 26.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Tusculana? Quaestiones, a Francisco Fabricio emendates. 
8vo, Colonise, 1604. [K. 8. 17.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Tusculanae Quaestiones. 12 mo. Lugduni, 1687. 

[G. 8. 12.] 

M. T. Ciceronis Tusculanarum Disputationum Libri V. Cum Commen- 
Urio Joannis Davisii. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1730. [I. 7. 29.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1730. [Ii. 5. 8.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Finibus Bonorum et Malorum. Ex recensione Jo- 
annis Davisii, cum ejusdem Animadversionibus, et Notis integris Petri 
Victorii et aliorum. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1728. [Ii. 5. 9.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1728. [I. 7- 28.] 

Tally's Five Books de Finibus, done into English by S[amuel] P[arker.] 

Revised by J..Collier. 8vo. London, 1702. [D. 7. 27.] 
M. T. Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Libri tres, cum Notis integris Paulli 

Manutii et aliorum. Recensuit, suisque Animadversionibus illustravit 

Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1718. [Ii. 5. 10.] 
M. J\ Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Libri tres. Ex Recensione et cum 

Notis Joannis Davisii. Editio tertia. 8vo. Londini, 1733. [R. 10. 87.] 

*M. Tullii Ciceronis de Natura Deorum Liber quartus. E pervetusto 
Codice MS. primum edidit P. Seraphinus, Bononiae, 1811. 8vo. 
Oxonii, 1813. 

M. T. Ciceronis Libri de Divinatione et de Fato. Recensuit et suis Ani- 
madversionibus illustravit, ac emendav it Joannes Davisius. 8vo. Can- 
tabrigiae, 1721. [1.7.24.] 

Nizolii (Marii) Observationes in Marcura Tullium Ciceronem. Quibus 
omnis vere Latine loquendi Ratio, et quot quibusque modis unaquaeque 



580 PHILOSOPHY. 

•vox distingui variarique possit, per exerapla Ciceronis plane d 
stratur. folio, Venetiis, 1538. [C. 23. 9.] 

Nizolii (Marii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus. folio, Basilese, 1576. 

[F. 1( 

Lexicon Ciceronianum. folio, Basileae, 1613. [Ff. 2. '61.' 

Lexicon Ciceronianum. Accedunt Phrases et Formal t- I 

Latinae, ex commentariis Stephnni Doleti. folio, Patavii, 1 7-'M-. 

thY - - 

Thoughts of Cicero on various Subjects, in Latin and French. v\ 
English Translation and Notes. 12mo. London, 1750. [u. 2* 

Lucii Annsei Seneca Opera Omnia, folio, Basileae, 1557. [V . 2 

L. A. Setu cae Opera Omnia, curante Andrea Schotto. 8vo. C( 

1613. [G. 18. 38.] 
L. A. Senecae Opera, quae extant, cum Notis Variorum, et J. F. Gr 

3 tomis. 8vo Amstelodami, 1672. [C. 6. 24-26.] 

Seneca's Morals, translated into English by Sir Roger L* Estrange. 
London, 1718. [D. 22. 4.] 

•C. Musojui Rufi, Philosophi Stoici, Reliquiae et Apophthegmata. 
Annotatione edidit J. Venhuizen Peerlkamp. 8vo. 1 Iarlemi, 18 

Anicii Manlii Torquati Severini Boethh Opera Omnia, folio, B 
1570 [F. 1. 24.] 

De Consolatione Philosophia! Libri V. curA Joliannis Bei 

8vo. Antverpiae, 1607. [R. 13. 30.] 

De Consolatione Philosophise Libri V. 18mo. Amstel 

1653. [H. 17. 56.] 

De Consolatione Philosophiae Libri V. cum Notis Vallini. 

Lug. Bat. 1656. [F. 17. 3.] 

Boetius. — Of the Consolation of Philosophy, made English by R 
Lord Viscount Preston. 8vo. London, 1695. [F. 18. 43. ] 



ii. Works of Modem Philosophers. 

Baconi (Rogeri) Opus Majus. Edidit 8. Jebb. folio. Londini, 1 

A. 

Cardani (Hieronymi) Opera Omnia. 10 tomis, folio, Lugduni. 10 

[1.-2. 

Gassendi (Petri) Opera Omnia. 6 tomis in 4 vols, folio. Lu^dum. 

F. 11. 1 

Des Cartes (Renati) Opera Philosopliica. 4to. Amstelodami, 

F.e. 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Amstelodami. 1(57 1. I F,<-. i . 3 1 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Amstelodami, 1(577. I I.e. 1. 35.] 

Bacon (Francis, Baron of Verulam) Woiks. 1 \<>N. folio, L< 
1730. [N. 2. 23-26.] 

Baconiana : or Certain Genuine Remains of Sir Fn m is Bacon. 
London, 1679. [L. 15. 31.] 

Bacon (Francis) Philosophical Works methodized and mad.* I'ngl 
Peter Shaw. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1737. (_R. 1 3. 1.1 1.^ 



WORKS OF MODERN PHILOSOPHERS. 521 

Houses (Thomas) Moral and Political Works, folio, London, 1750. 

[Ff. 2. 9.] 

Boyle (Hon. Robert) Works. 5 vols, folio, London, 1 744. [O. 4. 25-29.] 
Locke (John) Works. 3 vols, folio, London, 1714. [A. 5. 4-6.] 
Locke (John) Works, with his Life. [Edited by Edmund Law, Bishop 
of Carlisle ] 4 vols. 4to. London, 1777. [Q. 3. 11-14 ] 

Franklin (Benjamin) Complete Works in Philosophy, Morals, and Po- 
litics. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1806. [Ee. 2. 66-68.] 

Franklin (Benjamin) Posthumous Works, edited by W. T. Franklin. 4to. 
London, 1818. [Gg. 1. 10.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. [Ee. 2. 73,74.] 

Smith (Adam) Works, with an Account of his Life and Writings by Du- 
gald Stewart. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. [Gg. 3. 33-37.] 

Montesquieu (Jean Secondat, Baron de) Oeuvres. 3 tomes, 4to. Am- 
sterdam, 1758. [L. 14. 18-20.] 



II. Metaphysics. 
1. Antient Metaphysicians and their Commentators. 

Aiistotelis Opera Metaphysica, Greece et Latine. folio. Inter Ope rum 
Tom. I. et 11. [F. 12. 8, 9.] 

Syllabus. 

De Anima Libri tres. 

De Memoria et Reminiscentia Liber unus. 

De Divinatione per Somnum Liber unus. 

De lnsomniis Liber unus. ' 
Physiognomonicorum Liber unus. 
Metaphysicorum Libri quatuordecim. 

Simplicii Commentarii in tres Libros Aristotelis de Anima, Latine. folio, 

Venetiis, 1587. [F. 1. 21.] 
Alexandri Aphrodisiensis Libri duo de Anima, et de Fato Liber unus. 

Grace, folio, Venetiis, 1533. [F. 1. 17.] 



2. Modern Metaphysical Writers. 
i. General Treatises and Systems of Metaphysics. 

Cudworth (Ralph) The True Intellectual System of the . Universe : 
wherein all the Reason and Philosophy of Atheism is confuted, and its 
impossibility demonstrated. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1 743. [R. 3. 25, 26.] 

Cudworth (Ralph) Intellectual System, folio, London, 1678. [C. 5. 13.] 

Balli (Josephi) De Foecunditate Dei circa Productiones ad Extra. 4tO. 
Patavii, 1635. [L. 20. 22.] 

Barlow (Thomae) Exercitationes Metaphysicae de Deo. 4to. Oxonii, 
1658. [M. 20. 29.] 

Baronii (Robert i, Cardinalis) Metaphysica Generalis. 12mo. Lon- 
dini, 1658. [E. 8. 24.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1658. [H. 8. 44.] 



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BuftGEftSiHcn (Franc) Institutiooes Metaphysics. 1 2 mo. Ix>&cLr_ 

;b 5. 

Gassekdi (Petri) Disqnisitio Metaphysica, seu Dubitationes e: luaiu 
adversus Renatii Cartesii Metaphysicam et Responsa. 4:o. A=^^> 
dami, 1644. [G. 7. 39».] 

Gocleni (Rodolphi) Dflacidatiooes Canonum Philosopaicorum. * 
Lichae, 1604. [I. 8. 2.] 

Mori (Henrici) Enchiridion Metapbysicum. 4to. Loodini, 1 6 7 1 . 

H . — 

Neuhush (Edonis) Theatram Ingenii Hamani : sive de cozt.:-:zlL 
Hominum Indole et secretis Animi Moribus. 8vo. Arr.sielodarz 

M. " . 

Ritschel (Georgii) Contempiationes Metaphysics, ex Natnra r_~ r. 
rectae Rationis lumine deducts. 12 mo. Oxonii, 104S. [£. 8. 35." 

Stierii (Joanois) Praecepta Metaphysica. 4to. Londini. 10 5 2. 

:h. r. i; 

Suarez (Francisci) Metaphysics Disputationes. C tomi>. folio. GtaeraE, 
1614. [G. 12. 19.] 

Temples! (Clementis) Metaphysica? Systema Methodicum. 1 2mo. Lichs. 
1604. [M. 7. 34.] 

Beteeoticii (Joh.) Epistolica Questio de Viue termino fatali, an rr.obiii 
com Doctorum Re*ponsis. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1636. ~F. 15. 



ii. Treatises on Man, and on the Xature, Faculties, and 
Sensations of the Soul. 

(1) On the Nature and Faculties of iul Soil generally. 
Sandii (C. C.) Tractatus de Origine Animae. ^vo. Cosmopoli, 16 71. 

;r. u. : ;.; 

■ Exemplar aliud. [R. 14. 51.] 

Hogelande (Cornelii ab) Cogitationes de Dei Lxistemia ct Anima Spiri- 
tualitate ; necnon Brevis Historia Oecononme Corporis Ar:i::.a! >. 
18roo. Amstelodami, 1646. [H. 17. 3.] 

Hill (William) The Infancy of the Soul, or the Soul of an I: :< which 
sheweth the infusion thereof whiles that the infant n in ;h. 

Womb : the time when, with the manner how. (iathen <1 trom tho bo- 
som of Truth, begun in Love, and finished in the deaiie t > pi uii: others. 
4to. London, 1605. [N. 8. 38.] 

Charleton (Gualteri) Dissertatio Epistolica de ortu Anini;e Iln;:ii\'c. 
18mo. Londini, 1660. [Hh. 17. 27.] 

Dioby (Sir Kenelme) Two Treatises, on the Natmv of Uo-.lics and on 
the Nature of Man's Soul. 4to. London, 1 66."*. [I . l .j. 

Lowde (Ja.) A Discourse concerning the Nature of Man. with an Lxamin- 
ationofsome of Mr. Hobbs' Opinions. 8vo. London, 16') 1. I). 7. 18/ 

Perron et (Vincent) Some Enquiries chiefly relating to Spiritual l>ein^s, 
in which the Opinions of Mr. Hobbes with regard to Sensation, Imma- 
terial Substance, and the Attributes of the Deity, arc taken notice of, 
&c. 8vo. London, 1740. [G.26. 19.] 

Flavel (John) Pneumatologia : a Treatise of the Soul of Man. Svo. 
London, 1789. [Ff. 6. 32.] 



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Vutdictjb Mentis : An Essay of the Being and Nature of Mind. 8vou 
London, 1702. [£. 19. 12.] 

Blukdbll (Sir George) Remarks on a Tract intituled " A Treatise on 
Human Reason." 24mo. London, 1683. [B. 8. 9.] 

Locks (John) An Essay on the Human Understanding. 8vo. 2 vols. 
London, 1768. [Gg. 7. 50,51.] 

— — Another Copy, folio, London, 1690. £E. 9. 3.]] 

Locke (John) Letter to Edward [Stillingfleet] Lord Bishop of Worces- 
ter, concerning some passages relating to Mr. Locke's Essay of Hu- 
mane Understanding, in his Lordship's Discourse of the Trinity. 8vo. 
London, 1697. [L. 15. 12.] 

Tie Bishop of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Letter. 4 to. London, 
1697. [L. 15. 12.] 

Tie Bis&op of Worcester's Answer to Mr. Locke's Second Letter. 8va 
London, 1698. [L. 15. 13.] 

Locke (John) Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his Second 
Letter. 8vo. London, 1699. [L. 15. 11.] 

Lme (Henry) Anti Scepticism, or Notes upon each Chapter of Mr. Locke's 
Essay concerning Humane Understanding, folio, London, 1 702, 

[C. 12. 20.] 

Perronet (Vincent) A Vindication of Mr. Locke from the Charge of giving 
Encouragement to Scepticism and Infidelity, and several other Mis- 
takes and Objections. In Six Dialogues. 8vo. London, 1736. 

[P. 129. (20.)] 

Perronet (Vincent) A Second Vindication of Mr. Locke : wherein his 
Sentiments relating to Personal Identity are cleared up from some 
Mistakes of the Rev. Dr. Butler. 8vo. 1738. [G. 21. 2.] 

An Essay on Personal Identity. In two Parts. 8vo. London, 1769. 

[P. 259. (3.)] 

A Defence of Mr. Locke's Opinion concerning Personal Identity. In 
Answer to a late Essay on that subject. 8vo. Cambridge, 1 769. 

[P. 259. (4,)] 

■■ Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1769. [Hh. 3. 26.] 

Synopsis Librorum Hugonis Grotii de Jure Belli et Pacis, Samuelis 
Clarkii de Dei Ex is ten ti a et Attributis, et Joannis Lockii de Intellec- 
tu Humano. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1751. [P. 226. (6.)] 
Mairbranch (Nicholas) A Search after Truth : or a Treatise of the 
Nature of the Human Mind, translated from the French. 8 vo* Lon- 
don, 1694. [R. 13. 35.] 

Coward (William) The Grand Essay ; or a Vindication of Reason and 
Religion against the Impostures of Philosophy. 8vo. London, 1704. ' 

[M. 19. 20.] 

Coward (William) The Just Scrutiny ; or an Enquiry into the Modern 

Notions of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1709. [R. 13. 65.] 
Baxter (Andrew) An Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1737. [A. 18. 96,97.] 
Baxter (Andrew) An Appendix to the First Part of the Enquiry into the 

Nature of the Human Soul London, 1750. [P. 258. (3.)] 
Jackson (John) A Dissertation on Matter and Spirit. With Remarks on 

An Enquiry into the Human Soul. 8ro. London, 1735. [P. 253. 5.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1735. [P. 202. (4.)] 



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Branch (Thomas) Thoughts on Dreaming ; occasioned by a Zk> * 
u Am Enquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul." 8vo. Lncum. 

"P. 

A Letter to the Author of " An Enquiry into the Nature of the S.u.." svo. 
London, 1741. [P. 97. (6.)] 

Fleming (Caleb) A Surrey of the Search after Sou/a. hi- Dr. i „;r :> 
Dr. S.Clarke, Mr. Baxter, Dr. Sykcs, Dr. L<ru; Mr. /V vlz 
others. Wherein the principal Arguments for and a ga m si t ne M ;!rr::ui: 
of the Soul are collected. 8vo. Linden, 1758. [P. 258. ;l 

— — A Defence of the Conscious Scheme again st that of t >t M \ >r, 

occasioned bu Mr. Peckartfs Observations on Mr. Fleming's Su'vt- . Sr:. 
8vo. London, 1759. [P. 258. (2.)] 

Free Thoughts concerning Souls, in Four Essays. To i.hnh is a. '.'.tic. 
Essay on Creation, Sfc 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 208. 4. )] 

Huet (Peter Daniel) An Essay on the Weakness of the Human Under- 
standing, translated from the French. 8vo. London, I 7 J J . 

p. io6. (i. • 

Law (Edmund) An Enquiry into the Ideas of Space, rime, Immen>i:y. 
and Eternity. 8vo. Cambridge, 1734. [P. 259. y\.y 

WaTERLAND (Daniel) A Dissertation upon the Argument u prion for 
proving the Existence of a First Cause. In a Litter to Mr. Lav. Svo. 
London, 1734. [P. 259. (2.;] 

Hume (David) Essays on several Subjects. 2 vols. Svo. London. 1 764. 

[G<r. 7. 46.47/ 

Hume (David) Essays and Dissertations, Moral, Political, and Philoso- 
phical. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1748-50-57. [F. 27. 9-1 1.] 

Hume (David) A Treatise of Human Nature. 2 vols. Svo. London. 
1817. [Gg. 5, 44,45.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1739. [Dd. 21. 12.] 

Hume (David) Essays on Suicide and the Immortality of the Soul. 

12mo. London, 1783. [Hh. 4. 33.] 
Brown (Thomas) Obserxations on the Xaturcand 7\ //•!< a .■// >>f ' lih Doc trim 
of Mr. Hume, concerning the Relation of' Cause ami L'int. Svo. Edin- 
burgh, 1806. [Gg. 6. 36.] 

Maclauchak (Daniel) A Philosophical Dissertation upon iV.sth. com- 
posed for the Consolation of the Unhappy. Svo. London. 1 75 2. 

i\ 05. (k r >/j 

Voltaire (M. de) The Metaphysics of Sir I. Newton, or ;i Comparison 
between the Opinions of Sir I. Newton and Mr. Leibnitz. Translated 
from the French by David Erskine Baker. Svo. London. 1 ; 17. 

[I 1 . -;<•].. u.rj 

Hartley (David) Observations on Man, his frame, his Duty, and his 
Expectations. 8vo. London, 1741). [D. L 1 . ' I , . . .j 

Hartley's Theory of the Human Mind, on the principle ol'tlie Associa- 
tion of Ideas. With Essays relating to the subject of it hy Joseph 
Priestley. 8vo. London, 1775. [Gg. .j. \ |. ; 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 17s5. ;"G. .' J. i.j 

Watts (Isaac) Philosophical Essays on various Subjects. Svo. London, 
1734. [R. 19. 27.] 

Hamilton (Hugh) Philosophical Essays, D'mo. Dublin, 1707. 



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525 



Tucker (Abraham) Man in quest of Himself : Or a Defence of the Indi- 
viduality of the Human Mind or Self. 8vo. London, 1763. 

[P. 313. (2.)] 

The Light of Nature pursued. By Edward Search [Abraham Tuckbr.] 
S vols. 8vo. London, 1768. [D. 25. 7-9.] 

Church (Thomas) An Analysis of the Philosophical Works of Lord Bo- 
lingbroke. 8vo. London, 1765. [P. 245. 2.)] 

Heathcote (Ralph) A Sketch of Lord Bolingbroke's Philosophy. 8vo. 
London, 1765. [P. 245. 3.] 

Bulklky (Charles) Notes on the Philosophical Works of Lord Boling- 
broke. 8vo. London, 1765. QP. 245. (4.)] 

Bbattie (James) An Essay on the Nature and Immutability of Truth. 
8vo. Edinburgh, 1770. [D. 26. 6.] 

Rbid (Thomas) Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man. 4to. Edin- 
burgh, 1785. [C. 21. 23.] 

Reid (Thomas) An Inquiry into the Human Mind, upon the Principles 
of Common Sense. 8vo. London, 1801. [Gg. 7. 52.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1818. [Gg. 5. 56.] 

Priestley (Joseph) An Examination of Dr. Reidts Inquiry into the Human 
Mind on the Principles of Common Sense ; Dr. Be at tie's Essay on the 
Nature and Immutability of Truth ; and Dr. Oswald's Appeal to Com- 
mon Sense in behalf of Religion. 8vo. London, 1784. [G. 25. 11.] 

Berkeley (George, Bishop of Cloyne) Treatise concerning the Princi- 
ples of Human Knowledge : with Remarks on each Section, in which 
his Doctrines are candidly examined, and shewn to be repugnant to 
facts, his principles incompatible with the Constitution of Human Na- 
ture and the Reason and Fitness of Things. To which are added his 
Dialogues between Hylas and Philonous; and a Philosophical Dis- 
course on the Nature of Human Being, containing a Defence of Mr. 
Locke's Principles, and some Remarks on Dr. Beattie's Essay on 
Truth — Letters on Materialism and Hartley's Theory of the Human 
Mind. Addressed to Dr. Priestley. 8vo. London, 1786, 1776. 

[G. 24. 2.] 

Stewart (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind. 
Vol. I. 8vo. London, 1811. [Gg. 5. 57.] 

•Stewart (Dugald) Elements of the Philosophy of the Human Mind. 
Vol. II. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1814. 

Stewart (Dugald) Philosophical Essays. 4to. Edinburgh, 1810. 

[Gg. 3. 2§.] 



(2) Treatises on the Natural Mortality or Immortality 
op the Soul— the Dodwellian Controversy on this 
Subject. 

Mah's Mortallitie ; a Treatise wherein it is proved that Man is a com- 
pound wholly mortal], contrary to the common distinction of Soul 
and Body. 4to. Amsterdam, 1643. [L. 15. 21.] 

The Prerogative of Man : or his Soul's Immortality and high Per- 
fection defended. 4to. 1645. [M. 15. 37.] 



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Lex OwmtAMM: or an Enquiry into the Opinion of the Eastern Si^ 
concefing the Pnt-exivtenre of Souls. 12 mo. London. lt> 62. 

;g. s. ::/ 

Dodwxix (Heary) A Discourse proving from the Scriptures and ds* 
first Fathers that the Soul is a principle naturally mortal, bu: immor- 
talised actually, by the Pleasure of God to Punishment, or. to Reward 
by its Union with the Divine Baptismal Spirit. Svo. London. 1706. 

]r. io. 3/ 

Thoughts concerning the Human Soul: demonstrating the Notion o' :\e Hu- 
man Soul as believed to be a Spiritual Immortal Suh.stance u> r J ::. j 
Human Body, to be a Heathenish Intention. Svo. London, 1 7" J. 

]R. 10. 34/ 

Smith (Thomas) The Immortality of the Human Soul v roved fr^m Sen:- 
ture and Reason. 8vo. London, 1703. [M. 19. 41. j 

TUBXER ( John ) Justice done to Human Souls, in a Shoit fie-u: of Mr. 
DodmeWs Epistolary Discourse. 8vo. London, 1706. ]M. 19. 39.] 

Turner (John) A Brief Vindication of the Separate Existence and Immor- 
tality of the Soul, in Reply to Mr. DodwelF s Second Thoughts. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1702. [N. 8. 30.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702-3. [P. 38. (18,19.)] 

Ch 18 BULL (Edmund) A Charge of Heresy maintained against Mr. Dod- 
welTs Epistolary Discourse concerning the Mortality of the Soul. Svo. 
London, 1706. [N. 7. 44.] 

Pitts (John) A Defence of the Animadversions on Mr. Chishull's Charge 
of Heresie against Mr. Dodwell's Epistolary Discourse on the Immor- 
tality of the Soul. 8vo. London, 1708. [M. 19. 17.] 

Chdskull (Edmund) Some Testimonies of Justin Martyr set in a true light ; 
as they relate to Mr. DodzcelLs Question concerning the Immurtaiitv u f ' 
the Soul. 8vo. London, 1708. [M. 19. 26.] 

■ ■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [X. 9. 3 ] 
Clarke (Samuel) A Letter to Mr.Dodxcell, in Reply (<> his Epi<t-,hini Dis- 
course, proving the Natural Immortality of the Soul. Svo. Low'^-n, I 706. 

x. 9. o.] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [L. 17. 2o. 

■ Three Defences of an Argument made u.>>e of, in a Litter to Mr. 
DodwelL to prove the Immateriality and Natural Immortality of the Soul. 
8vo. London, 1707-8. [M. 19. 31.] 

Fourth Defence. Svo. London, 1808. [M. 19. 17.] 

i Four Defences. Svo. London, 1707-8. [X. 9. J ] 

Clarke (Samuel) Letter to Mr. Dodncll, with tin Four Dt facts of it, $c. 
folio, Works, Vol. III. [N. 3. 33.] 

MlLLES (Thomas) The Natural Immortal/ f u of the S ml, ) t< <t an i 
proved from the Scriptures and first Fatlnrs ; m ()p]>o*d ion t<> Mr. Dad- 
welT s Epistolary Discourse. Svo. London, 1707. M. (J. 1] 

Collins (Antony) A Reply to Mr. Clarlt'* [l'"^t \ F)< !>//< > <,f ///.> Letter 
to Mr.Dodwell; with a Postscript relating to Mr. Mi!U*'.s Answer (o 
Mr. Dodwelts Epistolary Discourse. Svo. Lou dou, 1 7 07. 1 X. 9. 3.] 

Immortality preternatural to Human Souls : the Gift of Jesus Christ, 
collated by the Holy Spirit in Baptism ; proved to be a Catholiek Doc- 



TREATISES ON THE SOUL. 687 



taat by die universal consent of the Holy Fathers during the first four 
centimes. Being a Vindication of Mr. Dodwell against that part of 
Mr. Clark's Answer, which concerns the Fathers. 8vo. London, 1708. 

[M. 16. 28.] 

Gbote (Henry) An Essay towards a Demonstration of the Soul's Imma- 
teriality. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 156. (4.)] 

An Essay towards demonstrating the Immateriality and Free Agency of 
the Soul. 8vo. London, 1 740. [P. 96. (5.)] 

The Grand Question debated ; or an Essay to prove that the Soul is not, 
neither can it be, immortal. 8vo. Dublin, 1751. [P. 263. (£.)] 



(8) Phrenology. 

*Sfubxhkdx (J. G.) Phrenology ; or the Doctrine of the Mind, and the 
Relation between its Manifestations and the Body. Third Edition. 
•to. London, 1825. 

Spurzheim (J. G.) The Physiognomical System of Drs. Gall and Spurs* 
heixn, founded on Anatomical and Physiological Examinations of the 
Nervous System in general, and of the Brain in particular, and indi- 
cating the Dispositions and Manifestations of the Mind, royal 8vo. 
London, 1815. [Ee. 1. 88.] 

Spurzheim (J. G.) An Examination of the Objections made in Great Bri- 
tain against the Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1817. [Gg. 7. 7.] 

*Sponheim (J. G.) Phrenology in connection with the Study of Physio- 
gnomy. Two Parts, royal 8vo. London, 1826. 

•Combe (George) A System of Phrenology. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1826. 

•Transactions of the Phrenological Society. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1824. 



(4) Treatises on the Freedom of the Will, and on Philo- 
sophical Liberty and Necessity. 

A Discourse of Natural and Moral Impotency. 8vo. London, 1671. 

[M. 18. 12.] 

Hobbe8 (Thomas) Of Liberty and Necessity. 12mo. London, 1684. 

[R. 13. 78.] 

Hobbes (Thomas) A Letter to William, Duke of Newcastle, concerning 
the Controversy he had with Bishop Laney, about Liberty and Neces- 
sity. 12mo. London, 1670. [M. 18. 26.] 

Collins (Anthony) A Philosophical Inquiry concerning Human Liberty. 
8*6. London, 1717. [P. 156. (3.)] 

Collins (Anthony) A Dissertation on Necessity and Liberty ; wherein the 
Process of Ideas, from their first Entrance into the Soul, until the Pro- 
duction of Action, is delineated. 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 65. (12.)] 

Jackson ( John) A Vindication of Human Liberty, in Answer to Mr. Collins' 
" Dissertation. 9 ' 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 65. (13.)] 

Jackson ( John) A Defense of Human Liberty, in Answer to the principal 
Arguments which have been alledged against it. 8vo. London, 1725. 

[D. 24. 16.] 



fHILOMjPHV 

Letter* fcftsm Jfr. Pw^a u*l Zumsmr- :m-»Ta.7 / 

r«» «f .• .V • r tr^ttmrtc 7 tti /~ ; r--.. 

nmt *9arW4*( $%*n*s-Ai»< * u- . . ,r / / / *\ ^ :i - • / . , • 

1/ Jkl?*m ; f UiXt'.ELtlM - t.i ^/,; ■/.,;;';••, - r - ;■ 

I W £ - < H'-r-'t 1 I";.:—;-:-;" ; - ; : - 

fro Lrurt'.i :'i-K i: :. ' 

Amsutr tit M* Fum j^r t Li.w. i . *t : L. i ^^t . \ ~ i .- - : " 

Atunver io Mr. Fern: .n *?. jr>. ;•.*/ 1 " . - 
Faaoowt {S*Hrot-i WLii »iL« zt^*: :»e . 3 r ^ : ,- - tf 

Controvertr. Ix» a Letier to Mr. J:ii N ; i- - . : m _ r- ;*;■... 

y. - . 4.; 

Bl.19* ( Amtkfimy j A i't*c*cu:^t . •' G / I v - ■ - , - , _ - _ 

tAe PrmrtfJe* of fi'crj* : 7. *r : v ' - ' . jr , " M ,- t 
Londtm^ 1 7 SO. ' [P. 3."" 

Norma* (John) An A; :*?*: : * ; ly-- • 7v - • .V- i : s 

Vindication of G<xli Fo - < • - - - ^ . - ^ 

AnimadxtT*uj*k wpon hu L<- •• A _ . . - 
$vo. homdun, 1750. . '1 ~ 

Fancottrt (Samuel; The Apc-!ozy '-■ I - • * - ::;r r ::r:r :r.f v >;;i ? \ 
Progress, and Importance of t:.e ire 5 C;n:rover>v. ^ v ; . 
17S0. [P. 60. (7.jI 

Fancourt (Samuel; Appendix to a Lev.vr : • Mr. Ncrmir.. . 
1730. [P. 60. (8.f 

The Free-Agency of Accountable Creritures exirr. .. i v . C.-.: : 
being a Reply to Objections urzed a^i'r.-: .:. ; . L::. ; ~ ' \ 

:r. ' . - 

The certain Futurity of free Activv* ( • ( 
/fd'g'^ of Ezent-s not i neon* i*t tut i*!!.'t H - . I . / 

sioned by a Pamjihlet entitled *' Frtt-.l^r , - • . 

amined." 8vo. London, 1733. TP. 00. !• 

An FAsay on the Freedom of /('/// in do; /<''•• • . 

connected therewith. 8vo. London, 17 J J. P. » . 

BvnROUGHES (Joseph) God's Foreknow '■ ' i~- , 
ttiM Human Liberty. 8vo. London. 17 ;. P. ^ 

Strut (Samuel) A Philosophical Enquiry ■ *!; P:r. ^1 1 Sj-rin^ i>! 
Human Actions and the immediate Cau^ <»[ I k ;; , . L.»nJon 

1738. [P. 65. (14.)] 

CoRRlK ( ) Reflections on Liberty : \\ ■< 4 \ . \ . Lor.ilon 

1761. [P. 263. (1.)] 

Free-Will, Foreknowledge, and Fate, a l i uiu in. I v aid Search. 
[Abraham Tucker.] 8vo. London. 17' P. -1 ; 1. 

An Essay concerning Divine Prescience; or .1 M<> !. -t I.iujm i\. Whether 
all things, that should be in time con<id» i < •<! in.\(}^ >ra:f. were cer- 
tainly foreknown to God from Eternity; and tlx ,\n;li<'r'> Reasons for 
the Affirmative, humbly proposed. 8vo. Dubim. 17' ^. P. J(>J. V .;. 



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BowAJtas (Jonathan) An Inquiry into the modern Notions of that Free- 
dom of Will which is supposed to be essential to Moral Agency, Virtue, 

• •< and Vice. 8vo. London, 1768. [D. 21. 11.] 

* * Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1768. [Ff. 7. 110.] 

— — — Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1775. [Ff. 6. 73.] 

L . ■ ■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1816. [Ff. 5. 29.] 

*" Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1790. [E. 25. 30.] 

Toplady (Augustus Montague) The Scheme of Christian and Philoso- 
phical Necessity asserted. With a Dissertation concerning the sensible 
^ Qualities of Matter and the Doctrine of Colour in particular. 8vo. 
^ London, 1775. [D. 25. 2.] 

r Dawson (John) The Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity briefly inva- 
l lidated. 12mo. London, 1803. [Hh. 7. 38.] 



iii. Occult Philosophy. 

Aoaippf (Henrici Cornelii) De Occulta Philosophia Libri IV. 8vo. 
Lugduni. [H. 20. 30.] 

Gassendi (Petri) Epistolica Exercitatio, in qua Principia Philosophise R. 
Fluddi reteguntur. 8vo. Parisiis, 1630. [D. 18. 4.] 



(1) Treatises on the Cabala and on Magic. 

AmcHANGELi de Burgo-Novo Apologia pro defensione Doctrinae Cabalae 
contra Petrum Garziam Episcopum Ussellensem. 8vo. Basilea?, 1600. 

[M. 16. 14.] 

Artis Cabalistic*, hoc est, Reconditae Theologiae Scriptores. Tom. I. 
folio, Basilea, 1527. [K. 11. 10.] 

Syllabus. 

1. Pauli Riccii de Ccelesti Agriculture Libri III, 

2. Ejusdem Tractatus Varii. 

3. Rabbi Josephi Castiliensis de Porta Lucis Tractatus. 

4. Leonis Hebraei de Amore Dialogi tres. 

5. Joannis Reuchlini de Arte Cabalistica Libri III. 

6. Ejusdem de Verbo Magnifico Libri III. 

7. Archangeli Burgonovensis Interpretationes in Selectiora Obscu- 

rioraque Cabalistarum Dogmata. 

8. Abrahami Sepher Iezira, sive de Creatione Liber, Hebraice. 

Rabbi Josephi Castiliensis Shaar Orah, sive Porta Lucis ; Compendium 
Philosophise Cabalisticae, Hebraice. 4to. [K. 9. 9.] 

Liber Jezirah, qui Abrahamo Patriarch® adscribitur, cum com men tar io 
Rabbi Abraham, F. D. super 32 seraitis Sapientiae a quibus Liber Je- 
zirah incipit ; Latine reddidit no risque illustravit Joannes Stephanus 
Rittangelius. 4to. Amst. 1642. [K. 14. 82.] 

Rabbi Shabtai Shaptil Korwitz Abundantia Roris, Liber Cabalieticus, 
Hebraice. folio, 1612. [K. 12. 21.] 

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Naudjbus (Gabriel) The History of Magic. 8vo. London, 1 657. 

[M. 19. 52.] 

Delrio (Martini) Disquisitiones Magicse, quibus continentur accurata 
curiosamm Artium et vanarum Superstition urn Confutatio. folio, Lug- 
duni, 1612. [M.4. 1.] 

tBoissARDi (Joannis Jacobi) Tractatus de Divinatione et Magicis Prae- 
atigiia. folio, Oppenhemii. [sine anno.] 



(2) Demonology, Sorcery, Witchcraft, and Apparitions. 

Pselli (Michaelis) De operatione Daemonum Dialogus. Gracce et Latine : 
cum notis Gilberti Gaulmini. 12 mo. Parisiis, 1615. [H. IS. 9.] 

Wieri (Joannis) De Praestigiis Daemonum, et incantationibus. 4to. 

Basil. 1577. [F. 14. 21.] 
Scot (Reginald) The Discouerie of Witchcraft, wherein the lewde dealing 

of Witches and Witcbmongers is notablie detected Herevnto is 

added a Treatise vpon the Nature and Substance of Spirits and Divels, 

&c. 4to. London, 1584. [C. 1. 36.] 

Holland (Henry) A Treatise against Witchcraft, wherein the greatest 
doubts concerning that Sinne are briefly answered ; the Sat hani call 
operations truely proued; preseruatives against such euils are shewed. 
4to. Cambridge, 1590. [G. 15. 14.] 

The most strange and admirable Discoverie of the Three Witches of War- 
boys, arraigned, convicted, and executed at the Assises at Huntington, 
for the bewitching of the five Daughters of Robert Throckmorton, Esqr. 
and divers other Persons, with sundrie Divellisli and Grievous Tor- 
ments: and also for the bewitching to death the Lady Crumwell. 4to. 
London, 1593. [E. 18. 4.] 

Dsemonologie in Forme of a Dialogue, by King James I. lto. Edin- 
burgh, 1597. [G. 15. 14.] 

Harsnet (Samuel) A Discovery of the Fraudulent Practices of John 
Darrel, Bacheler of Arts, concerning the Pretended Possession and 
Dispossession of William Somers, at Nottingham ; of Thomas Darling, 
the boy of Burton, at Caldwell ; and of Katherine Wright, at Mans- 
field and Whittington ; and of his dealings with one Mary Cooper : de- 
tecting in some sort the deceitful trade in these latter days of casting 
out Devils. 4to. London, 1599. [G. 15. 14.] 

Dialogical Discourses of Spirits and Divels, declaring their proper Es 
sence, Natures, Dispositions, and Operations : their Possessions an 
Dispossessions, with other the appendantes peculiarly appertaining t 

those special points. By \ ^°ll n ^ EACON » I Preachers. «lto. Londo 
1601. [G.7.6.] * John Wai - k, i, -J 

Bodini (Joannis) De MagorumDaemonomania, sen de testando l.amian 
ac Magorum cum Satana commercio Lihri IV. 8vo. Francofu 
1603. [H. 19. 22.] 

Loter (P. de) A Treatise of Specters, or Strange S':dit*, Visions 
Apparitions. 4to. London, 1605. [E. 18. 6. ' 

Mason (James) The Anatomie of Sorceric; where in the n icked imj 
of Charmers, Inchanters, and such like, is discovered and conf 
4to. London, 1612. [N. 8. 34.] 



DIVINATION BY DREAMS, &c. 



5S1 



Roberts (Alexander) A Treatise of Witchcraft, London, 1616. 

[N. 8. 15.] 

Dee (John.) — A true and faithful Relation of what passed for many 
years between Dr. John Dee and some Spirits, tending, had it suc- 
ceeded, to a general Alteration of most States and Kingdoms of the 
World ; his private Conferences with Rodolph Emperor of Germany, 
Stephen King of Poland, and divers other Princes, about it ; .... as 
also the Letters of sundry Great Men and Princes, some whereof were 
present at some of these Conferences and Apparitions of Spirits to 
the said Dr. Dee. folio, London, 1659. [B. 2. 2.] 

Spencee (John) A Discourse concerning Prodigies ; wherein the Vanity 
of Presages by them is reprehended, and their true and proper Ends 
asserted and vindicated. To which is added, a short Treatise concern- 
ing Vulgar Prophecies. 8vo. London, 1665. [E. 18. 16.]] 

Glanvil (Joseph) A Blow at Modern Sadducism, in some Philosophical 
Considerations about Witchcraft. 8vo. London, 1668. [K. 15. 40.] 

Glanvil (Joseph) Palpable Evidence of Spirits and Witchcraft. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1668. [K. 15. 40.] 

Wagstaif (John) The Question of Witchcraft debated ; or a Discourse 
against their Opinion, that affirm Witches. 8vo. London, 1669. 

[K. 15. 40.] 

Sadducismus Debellatus: or a true Narrative of the Sorceries and 
Witchcrafts, exercised by the Devil and his Instruments upon Mrs. 
Christian Shaw, from Aug. 1696 to April 1697. Together with Re- 
flections upon Witchcraft in general, and the learned Arguments of the 
Lawyers on both sides, at the Trial of seven of those Witches, who were 
condemned. 4to. Londop, 1698. [M. 14. 10.] 

Gaffarelli (Jacobi) Curiositates Inauditae sive Selectae Observationes 
de variis Superstitionibus Veterum. E Gallico vertit Gregorius Mi- 
chaelis. 8vo. Hamburgi, 1706. [R. 7. 56.] 

A Full and Remarkable Account of the Discovery of Sorcery and Witch- 
craft, practised by Jane Wenham, of Walkerne, in Hertfordshire: 
also her Tryal. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 28.] 



(3) Divination by Dreams, Palmistry, &c 

Astrampsychi et Nicephori Oneirocritica — Achmetis F. Seirim Oneiro- 

critica. Grace et Latino. 4to. [F. 15. 7.] 
Apomasaris Apotelesmata, sive de Significatis et Eventis Insomniorum, 

ex Indorum, Persarum, JEgyptiorumque Disciplina. Joanne Leun- 

clavio interprete. 8vo. Francofurti, 1577. [H. 19. 19.] 
Port<s (Jo. Baptists) De occultis Literarum notis, seu Arte Animi Senea 

occulte aliis significandi, aut ab aliis significata expiscandi enodandique. 

8vo. Montisbeligardi, 1593. [S. 3. 26.] 
Goclenii (Rod.) Tractatus de Divinatione ex Astris, Lineis Manuura et 

Frontis. 12mo. Francofurti, 1618. [H. 19. 37.] 
Howard (Henry, Earl of Northampton) A Defensative against the Poy- 

son of supposed Prophecies, not hitherto confuted by the penne of any 

man, eyther upon the warrant and authority of old paynted bookes, 

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exposition! of Dreames, Oracles, Revelations, Invocations of Damned 
Spirits, Judiciales of Astrology or any other kind of pretended know- 
ledge whatsoever. 4to. London, 1655. . [G. 15. U.J 



(4) Physiognomy. 

Phisionomia Magistri Michaelis Scon. 18rao. Paris. 1510. [A. 7. 12.] 
Jo aunts ab Indaoinb Introductiones Apotelesraaticae in Physiognomiam, 

Complexiones Hominum, Astrologiam Naturalem, et Naturas Planta- 

rum. 12 mo. Argentorati, 1622. [H. 19. 38.] 

Lavater (John Caspar) Essays on Physiognomy, designed to promote the 
Knowledge and the Love of Mankind. Translated by Henry Hunter, 
D. D. 4to. 3 vols, in 5, London, 1810. [S. 6. 7-11.] 



HI. Logic. 
1. Antient Writers and their Commentators. 

Porphybii Isagoge, sive Institutiones ad Aristotelis Categorias, Graeee 
et Latine. folio. Inter Operum Tom. I. [F. 12. 8.] 

Aristotelis Categorise, Analytica priora et posteriora, Topica, et de 
Reprehensionibus Sophistarum Liber unus. Gra;ce et Latine. folio. 
Inter Operum Tom. I. [F. 12. 8.] 

Joannis Grammatici in Posteriora Resolutoria Aristotelis Commentaria. 
folio, Venetiis, 1504. [F. 1. 29.] 

Simplicii in Praedicamenta Aristotelis Commentarii. Latine. folio, Ve- 
netiis, 1588. [F. 1. 19.] 

AUrxandri Aphrodisiei in Topica Aristotelis Commentarii, Grarce. folio, 
Venetiis, 1513. [F. 1. 14.] 

Alexandra Aphrodisiei in Topica Aristotelis Commentarii, Latine. folio, 
Venetiis, 1563. [F. 1. 15.] 

Dtmocltaris Pernecessarium in octo libios Topicorum Aristotelis Hypo- 
mnema. 4to. Parisiis, 1535. [G. 7. 28.] 



2. Modern Authors. 

J*0gf£B Hapientis Rabbi Simeonis, per Sebastian um Minister urn, juxta 
JfehrsJtmufn versa. Heb. et Lat. 8vo. Rasilea?, 1527. [M. 1G. 5T 

AtttWOfM f Rodolphi) Dc Invcntione Dialectica, Libri trcs, scboliis illus- 
tfAif Joftftni* Mfttthrci Phrissemii, et aliorum. ito. Parisiis. \5SS. 

[C. 20. 2.] 

— BxunpUr aliud. 12mo. Colonic, 1503. [K. 8. ll.J 

TfffMfA*** (Francisci) Dialectica, Aristotelis Organi summam complec- 
ts**, IfO, Lugduni, 1570. [M. 7. 12.] 



SYSTEMS OF LOGIC, &c 586 

Javelli (Chryaostomi) Compendium Logicae. 12mo. Lugduni, 1579. 

[H. 8. 32.3 

Valerii (Cornelii) Opera Philosophica. 8vo. Antverpice, 1582. 

[E. 16. 10.] 

Zabarklli (Jacobi) Opera Logica. 4to. Basileee, 1594. [C. 20. 1.] 
Keckermanni (Bartholomaei) Systema Logics. 8vo. Lugduni, 1607. 

[K. 8. 19.] 

Keckermanni (Barth.) Systema Logics. 8vo. Hanovise, 1609. 

[E. 16. 24.] 

Setoni (Joannis) Dialectica. 12mo. Londini, 1611. [F. 17. 1.] 
Rami (Petri*) Dialectica. 12mo. Cantabrigiee, 1640. [B. 8. 27.] 
— Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1649. [F. 7. 16.] 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Cantabrigiee, 1641. [D. 18. 41.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1672. [M. 18. 19.] 

Downamii (Georgii) Commentarius in P. Rami Dialecticam. 12mo. 
Francof. 1616. [F. 17. 20.] 

Richardson (Alexander) The Logician's Schoolmaster ; or a Commentary 
on Ramus' Logick. 8vo. London, 1657. [M. 7. 81.] 

Flavel (Joannis) Tractatus de Demonstratione, Methodicus et Polemicns. 
12mo. Oxonii, 1619. [M. 18. 19.] 

Burokrsdicii (Francisci) Institutiones Logica;. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1626. 

[H. 8. 5.] 

— — Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiee, 1687. QF. 16. 40.] 

Smith (Samuel) Aditus ad Logicam. 12mo. Londini, 1688. [F. 17. 86.] 

Scheibleri (Christophori) Opus Logicum. 4 to. Genevae, 1651. 

[H. 6. 8.] 

Stierii (Joannis) Precepta Logicae ex Aristotele, aliisque probatis Au- 
toribus collects?. 4to. Londini, 1652. [H. 7. 19.] 

Smiglecii (Mart.) Logica. 4to. Oxonii, 1658. [C. 6. 19.] 

Sandersoni (Roberti) Logicae et Physicae Artis Compendium. 18mo. 

Oxoniae, 1672. [E. 8. 89.] 
Logica, sive Ars Cogitandi. 8vo. Londini, 1674. [M. 18. 48.] 

Grammatica Rationis, sive Institutiones Logicae. 18mo. Oxonii, 1675. 

[K. 17. 23.] 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Oxonii, 1675. [D. 17. 8.] 

Summa Logics, ex optimis quibusque Autoribus turn Antiquis turn Re- 
centioribus collecta. 8vo. Londini, 1685. [D. 14. 48.] 

Nicole (M.) Logic ; or the Art of Thinking, done from the French by 
Mr. Ozell. 12mo. London. [E. 27. 36.] 

Fuller (Thomas) Introductio ad Sapientiam ; or the Art of Right Think- 
ing assisted and improved. 12mo. London, 1731. [G. 21. 30.] 

Watts (Isaac) Logic, or the Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry after 

Truth. 8vo. London, 1755. [Gg. 7. 55.] 
■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1729. [T. 25. 11.] 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Watts (Isaac) The Improvement of the Mind, a Supplement to the Logic. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1782. [Gg. 7. 53,54.] 

Gambier (James Edward) An Introduction to the Study of Moral Evi- 
dence. 12mo. London, 1806. [Ee. 4. 97.] 

Gambier (J. E.] Moral Evidence, Second Edition. 12mo. London, 1808. 

[Ee. 4. 98.] 

An Inquiry into the Grounds and Nature of the several Species of Ratio- 
cination; in which the Argument made use of in the Philosophical 
Essays of D. Hume, Esq. is occasionally taken notice of. By A. G. O. 
T. V. O. C. [A Gentleman Of The University Of Cambridge, the late 
Rev. Owen Manning.] 8vp. London, 1805. [Gg. 7. 17.] 

Two other Copies. 8vo. London, 1805. [Hh. 7. 26,27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London. [P. 190. 4.] 



Section II. 
Moral and Political Philosophy. 



I. Ethics, or Moral Philosophy. 

1. Antient Moral Philosophers and their Com- 
mentators. 

C^Jsktis Thebani Tabula, e Gracco in Latinum con versa per Ludovicum 
Odarium. 4to. Parisiis, m. cue. yc but. [K. 20. 22.] 

[For other editions of Cebes, we Epictetus, p. ,jJ(> infra.] 

Ajustotelis Opera Ethica, Graecc ct Latine. folio. Inter Opa'inu 
II. [F. 12. 9.] 

Syllabus. 

Ethicorum Nicomacheoruni Libri decern. 
Magnorum Moralium Libri duo. 
Eudemiorum Libri septem. 
De Virtutibus Libri unus. 

(Economica, sive de Cura Hei Familiaris Libri duo. 

Aristotelis Stagirita? Peripateticorum Principis Ethicorum ad Niclmma- 
chum libri decern. Joanne Argyrnpolo I'v/antio interpreto. JSvo. 
Lugduni, 15—. [I. 8. 13.] 

Aristotelis Stagiritae Libri decern de Moribus ad Nichomaclium, illustrati 
a Theodoro Zuingero. folio, Basileie, l.HHi. | G. .;. i. | 

Andronici Rhodii Ethicorum Nicomacheoruni Paraphrases. C tun intor- 
pretatione Danielis Heinsii ; cui subjungitur ejusdem lihrllus de Animi 
Afiectionibus. 8vo. Cantabrigia;, 1(>7 ( J. [M. S. 10 ] 

EtlStratii et aliorum insignium Peripateticorum Oonnmntana in libros X. 
Aristotelis de Moribus ad Nicomachum. folio, Plorentiie, 1.V1S. 



MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 



535 



Casi (Joannis) Speculum Quaestionum Moralium in Universam Aristo- 
telis Ethicen. 8vo. Francofurti, 1611. [K. 15. 34.] 

Golii (Theophili) Epitome Doctrinae Moralis ex decern libris Ethicorum 
Aristotelis ad Nichomachum. Adjectus est Aristotelis libellus de Vir- 
tutibus et Vitiis. Graece et Latind. Simone Grynaeo Interprets 
12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1634. [D. 17. 4.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1634. [E. 16. 27.] 

Magiri (Joannis) Corona Virtutum Moralium, Universam Aristotelis 
summi Philosophi Ethicen exacte enucleans ; adjecto ubique Aristotelis 
contextu, Graece et Latine. 8vo. Francofurti, 1601. [I. 8. 27.] 

Buridani (Johannis) Quaestiones in decern libros Ethicorum Aristotelis ad 
Nicomachum. 4to. Oxoniee, 1637. [G. 7. 27*] 

Brerewoodi (Edwardi) Tractatus Ethici, sive Com men tar ii in aliquot Aris- 
totelis Libros ad Nichomachum de Moribus. 4to. Oxonian, 1640. 

[G. 7. 11.] 

Aristotle's Ethics and Politics, comprising his Practical Philosophy, trans- 
lated from the Greek. Illustrated by Introductions and Notes ; the 
Critical History of his Life, and a new Analysis of his Speculative 
Works. By John Gillies. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1797. [I. 24. 12,13.] 

Theophrasti Notationes Morum. Graec& et Latine. Cura Isaaci Casau* 
boni. 8vo. Lugduni, 1617. [F. 18. 17.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Greece et Latine. Cum Notis et Mo- 
nitis Joannis Angeli Werdenhagen. 32mo. Lug. Bat. 1632. 

[H. 17. 53.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Graece et Latine ; cum notis Isaaci Ca- 
sauboni et aliorum. Recensuit et notas adjecit Petrus Needham. 8vo. 
Cantabrigiae, 1712. [N. 7. 22.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Graece et Latine ; cum notis Joannis 
Cornelii de Pauw. 12 mo. Traj. ad Rhen. 1737. [R. 21. 29.] 

The Characters of Theophrastus, translated from the Greek by Henry 
Gaily. 8vo. London, 1725. [R. 10. 18.] 

The Characters of Theophrastus, with a Literal Translation of the Greek 
into Latin, and Notes. ByR. Newton. 8vo. Oxford, 1754. 

[D. 26. 4.] 

Marci Tullii Ciceronis Officia, Cato Major vel De Senectute, Laelius 
sive de Amicitia, Sylloge ex Libris de Kepublica. Accedunt Cato et 
Somnium Scipionis, Graece, a Theodoro ; item Erasmi Annotationes et 
Philippi Melancthonis Argumenta ad Libros de Officiis. 8vo. 

[K. 16. 4.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, Cato Major, La?lius, Paradoxa, et 
Somnium Scipionis, cum notis variorum. Ex recensione et cum notis 
et animadversionibus J. G. Graevii. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1 710. [1. 17. 1 3*.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, cura Hieronymi Wolfii Commen- 
tariis. 4to. Basileae, 1563. [H. 5. 14.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, Commentariis illustrati a Marcino 
Henrico Saganensi. 8vo. Vitebergae, 1582. [M. 7. 27.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1653. 

[D. 17. 4.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres. Notis illustravit et emendavit 
Zacharias Pearce. 8vo. Londini, 1761. [A. 18. 48.] 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



expositions of Dreames, Oracles, Revelations, Invocations of Damned 
Spirits, Judiciales of Astrology or any other kind of pretended know- 
ledge whatsoever. 4to. London, 1653. S [G. 15. 14.] 



(4) Physiognomy. 

Phisionomia Magistri Michaelis Scon. 18mo. Paris. 1510. [A. 7. 12.] 

Joannis ab Indaginb Introductiones Apotelesmaticae in Physiognomiam, 
Complexiones Hominum, Astrologiam Naturalem, et Naturas Planta- 
rum. 12 mo. Argentorati, 1622. [H. 19. 38.] 

Lavater (John Caspar) Essays on Physiognomy, designed to promote the 
Knowledge and the Love of Mankind. Translated by Henry Hunter, 
D. D. 4to. 3 vols, in 5, London, 1810. [S. 6. 7-11.] 



III. Logic. 
1. Antient Writers and their Commentators. 

Porphyrii Isagoge, sive Institutiones ad Aristotelis Categorias, Gra?ce 
et Latine. folio. Inter Ope rum Tom. I. [F. 12. 8.] 

Aristotblis Categorise, Analytica priora et posteriora, Topica, et de 
Reprehensionibus Sophistarum Liber unus. Greece et Latine. folio. 
Inter Operum Tom. I. [F. 12. 8.] 

Joannis Grammatici in Posteriora Resolutoria Aristotelis Commentaria. 
folio, Venetiis, 1504. [F. 1. 29.] 

Simplicii in Praedicamenta Aristotelis Commentarii. Latino, folio, Ve- 
netiis, 1588. [F. 1. 19.] 

Alexandra Aphrodisiei in Topica Aristotelis Commentarii, Grxce. folio, 
Venetiis, 1513. [F. 1. 14.] 

Alexandri Aphrodisiei in Topica Aristotelis Commentarii, Latine. folio, 
Venetiis, 1563. [F. 1. 15.] 

Democharis Pernecessarium in octo libios Topicorum Aristotelis Hypo- 
mnema. 4to. Parisiis, 1535. [G. 7. 28.] 



2. Modern Authors. 

Logica Sapientis Rabbi Simeonis, per Sebastianum \f unsterum, juxta 
Hebraismum versa. Heb. et Lat. 8vo. Basiled, 1527. [M. 16. 5.] 

AoRicOLiE (Rodolphi) De Inventione Dialectics, Libri tres, scholiis illus- 
trati Joannis Matthaei Phrissemii, et aliorum. 4to. Parisiis, 153S. 

[C. 20. 2.j 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Coloniae, 15G3. [K. 8. 11.] 

Titelmanni (Francisci) Dialectica, Aristotelis Organi summam complec- 
tens. 8vo. Lugduni, 1570. [M. 7. 12.] 



SYSTEMS OF LOGIC, &c. 588 

Javklli (Chrysostomi) Compendium Logicae. 12mo. Lugduni, 1579. 

[H. 8. 32.3 

Valerii (Cornelii) Opera Philosophica. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1582. 

[E. 16. 10.] 

Zabarklli (Jacobi) Opera Logica. 4to. BasUeae, 1594. [C. 20. 1.] 
Keckermanni (Bartholomaei) Systema Logics. 8vo. Lugduni, 1607. 

[K. 8. 19.] 

Keckermanni (Bartb.) Systema Logics. 8vo. Hanovice, 1609. 

[E. 16. 24.] 

Setoni (Joannis) Dialectica. 12mo. Londini, 1611. [F. 17. 1.] 
Rami (Petri*) Dialectica. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1640. [B. 8. 27.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1649. [F. 7. 16.] 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Cantabrigiae, 1641. [D. 18. 41.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1672. [M. 18. 19.] 

Downaraii (Georgii) Commentarius in P. Rami Dialecticam. 12mo. 
Francof. 1616. [F. 17. 20.] 

Richardson (Alexander) The Logician's Schoolmaster ; or a Commentary 
on Ramus' Logick. 8vo. London, 1657. [M. 7. 81.] 

Flavel (Joannis) Tractatus de Demonstratione, Methodicus et Polemicns. 
12mo. Oxonii, 1619. [M. 18. 19.] 

Burgersdicii (Francisci) Institutiones Logicae. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1626. 

[H. 8. 5.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1687. £F. 16. 40.] 

Smith (Samuel) Aditus ad Logicam. 12mo. Londini, 1688. [F. 17. 86.] 

Scheibleri (Christophori) Opus Logicum. 4to. Genevae, 1651. 

QH. 6. 8«] 

Stierii (Joannis) Precepta Logicae ex Aristotele, aliisque probatis Au- 
toribus collects?. 4to. Londini, 1652. [H. 7. 19.] 

Smiglecii (Mart.) Logica. 4 to. Oxonii, 1658. [C. 6. 19.] 

Sandersoni (Roberti) Logica? et Physicae Artis Compendium. 18mo. 

Oxoniae, 1672. [E. 8. 89.] 
Logica, sive Ars Cogitandi. 8vo. Londini, 1674. [M. 18. 48.] 

Grammatica Rationis, sive Institutiones Logicae. 18mo. Oxonii, 1675. 

[K. 17. 23.] 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Oxonii, 1675. [D. 17. 8.] 

Summa Logic*:, ex optimis quibusque Autoribus turn Antiquis turn Re- 
centioribus cotlecta. 8vo. Londini, 1685. [D. 14. 48.] 

Nicole (M.) Logic ; or the Art of Thinking, done from the French by 
Mr. Ozell. 12mo. London. [E. 27. 36.] 

Fuller (Thomas) Introductio ad Sapientiam ; or the Art of Right Think- 
ing assisted and improved. 12mo. London, 1731. [G. 21. 30.] 

Watts (Isaac) Logic, or the Right Use of Reason in the Enquiry after 

Truth. 8vo. London, 1755. [Gg. 7. 55.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1729. £F. 25. 11.] 



534 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Watts (Isaac) The Improvement of the Mind, a Supplement to the Logic. 
2 vols. 8?o. London, 1782. [Gg. 7. 53,54.] 

Gambier (James Edward) An Introduction to the Study of Moral Evi- 
dence. l£mo. London, 1806. [Ee. 4. 97.] 

Gambier (J. E.] Moral Evidence, Second Edition. 12mo. London, i 808. 

[Ee. 4. 98.] 

An Inquiry into the Grounds and Nature of the several Species of Ratio- 
cination; in which the Argument made use of in the Philosophical 
Essays of D. Hume, Esq. is occasionally taken notice of. By A. G. 0. 
T. V. O. C. [A Gentleman Of The University Of Cambridge, the late 
Rev. Owen Manning.] 8vp. London, 1805. [Gg. 7. 17.] 

Two other Copies. 8vo. London, 1805. [Hh. 7. 26,27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London. [P. 190. 4.] 



Section II. 
Moral and Political Philosophy. 

I. Ethics, or Moral Philosophy. 

1. Antient Moral Philosophers and their Com- 
mentators. 

Cebetis Thebani Tabula, e Graeco in Latinum convcrsa per Ludovicum 

Odarium. 4to. Parisiis, m. cc f c. yc but. [K. 20. 22.] 

[For other editions of Cebes, see Epictetus, p. 53G infra.'] 
Aristotelis Opera Ethica, Graeco ct Latino, folio. Inter Opt rum Tunt. 

II. [F. 12. 9.] 

Si/l/abus. 

Ethicorum Nicomaclieorum Libri decern. 
Magnorum Moralium Libri duo. 
Eudemiorum Libri septem. 
De Virtutibus Libri uiius. 

(Economica, sive de Cura Rei Familiaris Libri duo. 
Aristotelis Stagirita; Peripateticorum Principis Ethicorum ad Nichuma- 
chum libri decern. Joanne Argyropolo lUzantio interprets. Svu. 
Lugduni, 15—. [I. 8. 13.] 

Aristotelis Stagiritae Libri decern de Moribus ad Nieliomacluun, illustrati 
a Theodoro Zuingero. folio, Basilcue, l/HUJ. [G. 2.] 

Andronici Rhodii Ethicorum Nicomaclieorum Paraphrases. Cum inter- 
pretatione Danielis Heinsii ; cui subjungitur ejusdem libellus de Aninii 
Affectionibus. 8vo. Cantabrigia\ Ki/'J. [M. 8. 10 ] 

Eustratii et aliorum insignium Peripateticorum Conimentaria in libros X. 
Aristotelis de Moribus ad Niconiachum. folio, I lotentiie. 1>1S. 

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585 



Can (Joannis) Speculum Quaestionum Moralium in Universam Aristo- 
telis Ethicen. 8vo. Francofurti, 1611. [K. 15. 34.] 

Golii (Theophili) Epitome Doctrinae Moralis ex decern libris Ethicorum 
Aristotelis ad Nichomachum. Adject us est Aristotelis libellus de Vir- 
tutibus et Vitiis. Graece et Latine. Simone Grynaeo Interprets 
12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1634. [D. 17. 4.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1634. [E. 16. 27.] 

Magiri (Joannis) Corona Virtutum Moralium, Universam Aristotelis 
surami Philosophi Ethicen exacte enucleans ; adjecto ubique Aristotelis 
contextu, Graece et Latine. 8vo. Francofurti, 1601. [I. 8. 27.] 

Buridani (Johannis) Queestiones in decern libros Ethicorum Aristotelis ad 
Nicomachum. 4to. Oxoniee, 1637. [G. 7. 27.] 

Brerewoodi (Edwardi) Tractatus Ethici, sive Commentarii in aliquot Aris- 
totelis Libros ad Nichomachum de Moribus. 4to. Oxonise, 1640. 

[G. 7. 11.] 

Aristotle's Ethics and Politics, comprising his Practical Philosophy, trans- 
lated from the Greek. Illustrated by Introductions and Notes ; the 
Critical History of his Life, and a new Analysis of his Speculative 
Works. By John Gillies. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1797. [I. 24. 12,13.] 

Theophrasti Notationes Morum. Graece et Latine. Cura Isaaci Casau* 
bom. 8vo. Lugduni, 1617. [F. 18. 17.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Grace et Latine. Cum Notis et Mo- 
nitis Joannis Angeli Werdenhagen. 32mo. Lug. Bat. 1632. 

[H. 17. 53.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Graece et Latine ; cum notis Isaaci Ca- 
sauboni et aliorum. Recensuit et notas adjecit Petrus Needham. 8vo. 
Cantabrigiae, 1712. [N. 7. 22.] 

Theophrasti Characteres Ethici. Graece et Latine ; cum notis Joannis 
Cornelii de Pauw. 12mo. Traj. ad Rhen. 1737. [R. 21. 29.] 

The Characters of Theophrastus, translated from the Greek by Henry 
Gaily. 8vo. London, 1725. [R. 10. 18.] 

The Characters of Theophrastus, with a Literal Translation of the Greek 
into Latin, and Notes. By R. Newton. 8vo. Oxford, 1754. 

[D. 26. 4.] 

Marci Tullii Ciceronis Officia, Cato Major vel De Senectute, Laelius 
sive de Amicitia, Sylloge ex Libris de Kepublica. Accedunt Cato et 
Somnium Scipionis, Grace, a Theodoro ; item Erasmi Annotationes et 
Philippi Melancthonis Argumenta ad Libros de Officiis. 8vo. 

[K. 16. 4.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, Cato Major, Lzelius, Paradoxa, et 
Somnium Scipionis, cum notis variorum. Ex recensione et cum notis 
et animadversionibus J. G. Graevii. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1 710. [1. 17. 1 3*.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, cura Hieronymi Wolfii Commen- 
tariis. 4to. Basileae, 1563. [H. 5. 14.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres, Commentariis illustrati a Martino 
Henrico Saganensi. 8vo. Vitebergae, 1582. [M. 7. 27.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1653. 

[D. 17. 4.] 

M. T. Ciceronis De Officiis Libri tres. Notis illustravit et emendavit 
Zacharias Pearce. 8vo. Londini, 1761. [A. 18. 48.] 



536 PHILOSOPHY. 

Tully's Offices turned into English by R. I/Estrange. 8vo. London, 

1684. [D. 14. 41.] 

Tully s Offices translated by T. Cockman. 8vo. London, 1732. 

J J [F. 27. 3.] 

T>o Essays, Marcus Tullius Cicero of Old Age and Friendship. With 
his Stoical Paradoxes and Scipio's Dream. Translated by Mr. Par- 
ker. 12mo. London, 1736. [A. 19. 41.] 

Cato ; or an Essay on Old Age, by Marcus Tullius Cicero, translated 
into English, with Remarks, by William Melmoth. 8vo. London, 
"1773. [G. 23. 6.] 

Plutarchi Cheeronensis Opera Moralia. Graeca emendavit, Notationem 
Emendationum, et Latinam Xylandri Interpretationem castigatam sub- 
junxit, animadversiones suas, item indices copiosos, adjecit Dariiel 
Wyttenbach. Tom. I. — V. 4to. Oxonii, e Typographeo Clarendo- 
niano, 1795-1800. [A. 14. 68-72.] 

•Plutarchi Opera Moralia. Tom. VI. et VII. 4to. Oxonii, c Typogra- 
pheo Clarendoniano, h8 10-21. 

Plutarch's Morals, translated into English by Philemon Holland, folio, 
London, 1603. [C. 4. 19.] 

Epicteti, quae supersunt, Dissertationes, ab Arriano collecta 1 , ncenon 
Enchiridion et Fragmenta, Graece et Latine, cum annotationibus Woltii 
et aliorum. Recensuit, notis, et indice illustravit Joannes L r ptonus. 
2 torn. 4to. Londini, 1741. [R. 16. 36,37.] 

Epicteti Enchiridion Greece; cum Angeli Politiani Interpretatione La- 
tina: Item Arriani Commentarius, Graece et Latine, interprete Jacobo 
Scheckio. 8vo. Genevae, 1593. [S. 2. 24.] 

Epicteti Enchiridion et Cebetis Tabula. Gr. et Lat. 3:2 mo. Parisiis, 
1633. [H. 17. 51.] 

Epicteti Enchiridion, una cum Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Accessere Ar- 
riani Commentarii de Epicteti Disputationibus. Interprete Ilieronymo 
Wolfio. 8vo. Cantabrigian, 1655. [M. 8. 11.] 

Epicteti Enchiridium, una cum Cebetis Thebani Tabula. Grrecv et La- 
tine : cum notis Wolfii, Casauboni, et aliorum. Recensuit, et notis il- 
lustravit Johannes Casparus Schroderus. 8vo. Delphi.?, 17 

[A. 19. 1.-J5.J 

Epicteti Manuale, Cebetis Thebani Tabula, Prodici Hercules, et '1,'heo- 
phrasti Characteres Ethici, Greece et Latine ; notis ill list rati a Jnsepho 
Simpson. 8vo. Oxonii, 1739. [R. 18. 20.] 

Epicteti Manuale, &c. 8vo. Londini, 17j8. [Aa. 3. 21.] 
Epicteti Enchiridion. Graece et Latine. 1 .'mo. Glas^-iia*. 

[lib. 1. 3«>.j 

Marci Aurelii Aktomni Impeiatoris (k- Sripso et <v.l Sripsum, Libri 
XII. Graece et Latine, cum notis a Gulu lino Xylandro et Mcrico 
Casaubono. 12mo. Londini, lGlii. [JI. 8. 2(1. • 

Exemplar aliud. 12nio. Londini, ^K. 18. ■{ '!.} 

Marci Antonini Imperatoris de Rebus Suis Libri XII. (.'omnientario per- 
petuo Thomse Gatakeri explicata. folio. A pud ( 'njula i / O/urti Crrtua. 



•MORAL PHILOSOPHY. 



587 



Marci Antonini de Rebus Suis Libri XII. Grace et Latine, cum Thorn » 
Gatakeri Commentario perpetuo, necnon Annotationibus Selectioribus 
Anna; D'Acerii et Marci Antonini Vita. 4to. Londini, 1697. [G. 6. 8.] 

Marci Antonini Imperatoris, Philosophi, Meditationum Libri Duodecim, 
ad exemplar Oxoniense 1704 recusi. Introductionem ad Philosophiam 
Stoicam praemisit Joannes Franciscus Buddeus. Vitam recensuit, 
criticisque observationibus illustravit Christopborus Wolle. 8vo. Lip- 
sia?, 1729. [A. 17. 111.] 

Reflexions Morales de l'Empereur Marc Antonin, avec des Reraarques, 
par Madame Dacier. 12mo. 2 tomes, Paris, 1691. [M. 17. 20,21.] 

The Meditations of Marcus Antoninus translated from tbe Greek [by 
Meric Casaubon.] 8vo. London, 1692. [F. 7. 5.] 

The Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, translated from the 
Greek; with Notes. 12mo. Glasgow, 1752. [Dd. 4. 106.] 



2. Modern Moral Philosophers. 
i. General Treatises and Systems of Morals. 

Dialogus Creaturarum moralizatus. 18mo. Paris, 1510. [A. 7. 12.] 

Speculum Humana? Vita*. [Auctore Roderico Sancio vel Sanchez, de 
Arevalo, Episcopo Zamorensi.] folio, Parisiis, 1575. [F. 1. 30.] 

Angli (Tliomae) Institutiones Ethicse. 3 tomis, 8vo. London, 1660. 

[D. 18. 21-28.] 

Azorii (Joannis) Institutiones Morales. 3 tomis, folio. i [I. 8. 4,5. 
Lug. et Colon. 1602-7-12. { I. 18. 9.] 

Berchorii (Petri) Opera Moralia. % tomis, folio, Parisiis, 1521-2. 

[I. IS. 16,17.] 

Blyenburgii (Damasi) Cento Ethicus, ex variis Poetis. 12mo. Lug. Bat. 
1600. [P. 850. (8.)] 

CftELLii (J.) Ethica Aristotelica, ad Sacrarum Literarum Normam emen* 
data. Ejusdem Ethica Christiana, seu Explicatio Virtutum et Viti- 
orum quorum in Sacris Literis fit mentio. 4to. Cosmopoli, 1681. 

[N. 6. 84.] 

Exemplar aliud [sub nomine J. Cirelli], 4to. Selenoburgi, 

16—. [H. 7. 84.] 

Eustachii (Fr.) Ethica, sive Summa Moralis Discipline. 12mo. Lon- 
dini, 1666. [H. 8. 12.] 

Golii (T.) Epitome Doctrines Moralis, ex libris Ethicorum Aristotelis. 
8vo. Cantab. 1633. [D. 17. 4.] 

Heereboordii (Adriani) Collegium Ethicum, seu Philosophic Moralis 
Compendium. 12mo. Londini, 1658. [E. 16. 29.] 

Lycosthenis (Conradi) Theatrum Vita; Humanae. folio, Basil. 1565. 

[R. 8. 4.] 

Manderston (Gulielmi) Bipartitum in Morali Philosophia Opus, ex variis 
Autoribus collectum. Parisiis, 1523. [K. 15. 80.] 

Mori (Henrici) Enchiridion Ethicum. 8vo. Londoni, 1668. [F. 7. 8.] 

Pauli (Eustachii) Ethica. 12 mo. Londini, 1677. [F. 17. 30.] 



688 PHILOSOPHY. 

Pxtrakcha (Francisci) De Remediis utriusque Fortune. 12mo. 1610. 

[D. 17. 37.] 

Physick for Fortune. 4 to. London, 1519. [G. 7. 13.] 

Sallii (Andrea?) Ethica. 12mo. Oxonii, 1680. [F. 17. 6.] 

Shabrock (Roberti) de Officiis secundum Naturae Jus, seu dc Moribus 
ad Rationis Norraam conformandis Doctrina. 8vo. Oxon. 1670. 

[H. 7. 44.] 

Stierii (Joannis) Precepta Ethicae ex Aristotele aliisque probatis Auto- 

ribus collectae. 4to. Londini, 1652. [H. 7. 19.] 
Waijei (Antonii) Compendium Ethicae Aristotelicae. IS mo. Lug. Bat. 

1644. [Ff. 8. 36.] 

Whitby (Danielis) Ethices Compendium. 8 vo. Londini, 1713. 

[D. 6. 44.] 

Whitby (Danielis) Ethicae Compendium. 12mo. Oxonii, 1743. 

[P. 317. (2.)] 

Vivis (Johannis) ad Sapientiam Introductio. 8vo. 15 — . [M. 18. 51.] 

Thesoro di Vertu. — Tresor de Vertu, ou sont contcnues tous les plus 
nobles et excellentes Sentences de tous les premiers Authcurs Ile- 
breux, Grecz, et Latins ; pour induyre un chascun a bien ct honneste- 
ment vivre. Latine et Italice. 18mo. Paris, 1555. [H. 17. 33.] 

Meurikr (Gabriel) Tresor de Sentences Dorces, Diets, Prouerbcs, ct 
Dictions communs, reduits selon l'ordrc alphabetic. 18mo. Lvon, 
1577. [H. 17. 37.] 

Charron (Peter) Of Wisdom : translated from the Trench by Samson 
Lennard. 8vo. London, 16—. [H. 7. 41.] 

Placette (Jean de la) Nouveaux Essais de Morale. 4 tomes, 12ino. 
Amsterdam, 1697. [M. 17. 3-6.] 

Placette (Jean de la) La Morale Chretiennc Abregee. 1 2mo. Amsterdam, 
1750. [M. 17. 7.] 

Bentham (Edward) An Introduction to Moral Philosophy. 8vo. Ox- 
ford, 1745. [P. 166. (1.)] 

Hutcheson (Francis) A System of Moral Philosophy. 4to. 2 vols, in 
1, Glasgow, 1755. [Gg. 2. 38.] 

. Taylor (John) An Examination of the Scheme of Nuralitu advanctd by 
Dr. Hutcheson. 8vo. London, 1759. [P. 253. (3.)] 

Hutcheson (Francis) Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of Beauty 
and Virtue. 8vo. London, 1726. [A. 17. 71.] 

Clarke (John) The Foundation of Morality considtnd tn an Examination 
of Dr. Samuel Clarke's Opinion concerning " tin Original of M<»al Ob- 
ligation." Also an Examination of a Book tut it led " An ////////// into 
the Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue." 8vo. YorL, 1 7 Jo. 

[P. 11 J. yl.)] 

— Another Copy. 8vo. York, 1 720. ["N. 9. 3o.] 

A Letter to Mr. J. Clarke, wherein is shexced In tread d Dr. C/ail.e \ery 
unfairly : and that his Charge against the Author of the Inquiry into the 
Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue, man be n turfed upon himself. 
8vo. London, 1727. [P. 113. (3.)] 

Nichols (■ ) The Comparative Excellence and Obligation of Moral and 

Positive Duties. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 54. (8.)]' 



TREATISES ON EDUCATION. 589 

Clarke (John) An Examination of what has been advanced relating to Moral 
Obligation. In a pamphlet entituled " A Defence of the Answer to the 
Remarks upon Dr. Clarke's Opinion concerning Moral Obligation. 8vo. 
London, 1730. [N. 9. 31.] 

Johnson (Thomas J An Essay on Moral Obligation, with a View towards 
settling the Controversy concerning Moral and Positive Duties. 8vo. 
London, 1731. [P. 54. (9.)] 

Nichols ( ) Review of the Controversy concerning the Comparative Excel" 

lence of Moral and Positive Duties. 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 51. (10.)] 

Campbell (Archibald) An Enquiry into the Original of Moral Virtue. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1733. [D. 21. 9.] 

Letters between Mr. Gilbert Burnet and Mr. Hutcheson concerning the 
true Foundation of Virtue or Moral Goodness. 8vo. London, 1 735. 

[P. 88. (6.)] 

Jameson (IVilliam) An Essay on Virtue and Harmony, wherein a Reconci- 
liation of the various Accounts of Moral Obligation is attempted. 
12mo. Edinburgh, 1749. [A. 19. 140.] 

Hume (David) An Enquiry concerning the Principles of Morals. 8vo. 
London, 1751. [F. 27. 13.] 

Some late Opinions concerning the Foundation of Morality examined, in 
a Letter to a Friend. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 263. (4.)] 

Palsy (William) The Principles of Moral and Political Philosophy. 4to. 
London, 1785. [C. 21. 22.] 

GisBORNE (Thomas) The Principles of Moral Philosophy investigated : 
with Remarks on Mr. Paley's Moral Philosophy. 8vo. London, 1789. 

[Ff. 4. 11.] 

Another Copy. Second Edition. 8vo. London, 1790. 

[Ff. 4. 12.] 

Another Copy. Ibid. 1790. [Ff. 4. 13.] 

Gisborne (Thomas) An Enquiry into the Duties of Men, in the Higher 
and Middle Classes of Society in Great Britain. 4to. London, 1794. 

[D. 23. 18.] 

Gisborne (Thomas) An Enquiry into the Duties of Men. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1795. [R. 18. 47,48 ] 

Ferguson (Adam) f Principles of Moral and Political Science. 2 vols. 
4to. Edinburgh, 1792. [L. 25, 12,13.] 

•Dewar (Daniel) Elements of Moral Philosophy and of Christian Ethics. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1826. 



ii. Treatises and Essays an Education. 

Ainsworth (Robert) The Best Method of Domestic Education. 8vo. 

London, 1736. [P. 81. (9.)] 
Ascham (Roger) The Schoolmaster, or Perfect Way of Bringing up 

Youth. 4to. Works. [D. 3. 26.] 



540 PHILOSOPHY. 

Thoughts on Education, by the Author of Britain's Remembrancer 
[James Buegh.] ^ 8vo. London, 1747. [P. 190. (1.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury) Thoughts on Education, printed 
from an original Manuscript. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 326. (2.)] 

Clarke (John) An Essay upon the Education of Youth. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1730. [R. 7. 37.] 

Collett (Samuel) Directions for the Conduct of Young Persons in pri- 
vate Life. 8vo. London. 1739. [P. 97. (3.)] 

D'Ancourt (Abbe) The Lady's Preceptor : or a Letter to a young Lady 
of Distinction, upon Politeness. Taken from the French, and adapted 
to the Religion, Customs and Manners of the English Nation. 8vo. 
London, 1743. [P. 220. (7.)] 

Dodsley (Robert) The Preceptor, containing a General Course of Educa- 
tion. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1748. [Hh. 8. 13,14.] 

tDu Bosq ( ) The Compleat Woman. 4to. London, 1639. 

ErKYKAOITAIAEIA ; or a Method of instructing Fupils. London, 
1707. [P. 5. (10.)] 

The Boke, named The Governour, devised by Sir Thomas Elyot, Knt. 
12mo. London, 1580. [L. 8. 10.] 

Freigii (Joannis Thomoe) Paedagogus : hoc est Libellus, ostendens qua 
ratione Prima Artium Initia Pueris quam facillime tradi possint. 
12mo. Basile*, 1622. [I. 8. 1.] 

Gailhard (J.) The Complete Gentleman : or Directions for the Edu- 
cation of Youth, as to their Breeding at home and their Travelling 
Abroad. 8vo. London, 1678. [L. 15. 36.] 

Grenaille (M.) La Bibliotheque des Dames. 4to. Paris, 1640. 

[H. 7. 24.] 

Hanway (Jonas) Letters on the Importance of the Rising Generation of 
the Labouring part of our fellow-subjects. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1767. 

[G. 23. 7.] 

Dialogues on the Uses of Foreign Travel, considered as a part of an 
English Gentleman's Education, between Lord Shaftesbury and Mr. 
Locke. [By Dr. Richard Hurd, afterwards Bishop of Worcester.] 
12mo. London, 1764. [Hh. 4. 31.] 

Intimatio Paidagogii Academici, Trilinguis, Tiivii. Ilcctore ejus Nico- 
lao Alberto a Kamenek. 4to. Pragse, 1612. [M. 14. 36.] 

Keith (Sir William) An Essay on the Education of a Young Nobleman. 

8vo. London, 1730. [P. 81. (10.)] 
Knox (Vicesimus) Liberal Education : or a Practical Treatise on the 

Method of acquiring Useful and Polite Learning. 12mo. London, 

1782. [C. 18. 29.] 

An Arabic Tract on Education [By Professor Lei , of Queen's College, 
Cambridge.] (Two Copies.) Anno Hegira- 1;.'3J. LA. I). 1818.] 

' ;m. 

Lowe (Solomon) A Proposal of a new Scheme of Grammar and Me thod 
of Instruction. 8vo. London, 1732. [V. 81. (1 1. )\ 

More. (Hannah) Strictures on the Modern Svstcm of Female Education. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1799. [C. 27. 28,29.] 

A Letter to Mrs, Hannah More on some Part of lit r late Vuld'wat'um entitled 
" Strictures on Female Education" 12mo. London, 1799. [Hh. 4. 43.] 



TREATISES ON EDUCATION. 541 



Mulc aster (Richard) Positions wherein those primitive Circumstances 
be examined, which are necessary for the training up of Children, 
either for skill in their book or health in their bodie. 4to. London, 
1581. [E. 19. 5.] 

Pxrciyal (Thomas) A Father's Instructions to his Children from Youth 
to Maturity. 12rao. London, 1800. [Ii. 2. 50.] 

Priestley (Joseph) An Essay on a Course of Education for Active and 
Civil Life. 8vo. London, 1765. [Ii. 8. 14.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1765. [E. 26. 17.] 

Priestley (Joseph) Considerations for the use of Young Men and the 
Parents of Young Men. 8vo. London, 1776. [P. 321. (12.)] 

Rousseau (J. J.) Emilius : or a Treatise of Education, translated from 
the French. 12mo. 8 vols. Edinburgh, 1768. [R. 20. 80-82.] 

Seymour (Mrs.) Letters on the Education of Children. 8vo. London, 
1754. [P. 884. (1.)] 

Talbot (James) The Christian Schoolmaster ; or the Duty of those who 
are employed in the Public Instruction of Children. 8vo. London, 
1707. [G. 8. 39.] 

Tu&nbull (George) Observations on Education. 8vo. London, \742. 

[R. 12. 55.] 

Walker (William) Some Improvements to the Art of Teaching. 8vo. 
London, 1687. [F> 16. 29.] 

Williams (David) A Treatise on Education. 8vo. London, 1774. 

[F. 22. 24.] 

Williams (David) Letters concerning Education, addressed to a Gentle- 
man entering at the University. 8vo. London, 1785. [A. 14. 48.] 



Anonymous Tracts on Education. 

A Present for an Apprentice ; or Guide to gain Esteem and Estate. 
8vo. London, 1741. [P. 97. (4.)] 

Or Education, especially of young Gentlemen, in Two Parts. 8vo. 
Oxon. 1678. [I. 8. 81.] 

Remarks on the Rev. Dr. Vincent's Defence of Public Education, with 
an Attempt to state fairly the Question. By a Layman. 8vo. London, 
1802. [Hh. 3. 88,] 

The Expence of University Education reduced. 8vo. London, 1733. 

[P. 71. (6.)] 

The Guardian's Instruction. 8vo. London, 1688. [F. 16. 39.] 
The Young Man's Pocket Companion. 12mo. London. [P. 341. (3.)] 

On the Education of Roman Catholic Children and the Rejection of the 
Bible by their Priests : an Extract from the Reports of the House of 
Commons on the Education of the Lower Orders in the Metropolis. 
6vo. London, 1816. [Hh. 2. 37.] 

Vox Oculis Subjecta : A Dissertation on the Art of imparting Speech 
and the Knowledge of Language to the Deaf and Dumb. 8vo. 
London, 1783. [Ii. 4. 31.] 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



iii. Miscellaneous Ethical Treatises on the Passions, Vir- 
tues, Vices, Gaming, 8$c. 8$c. 

Cauda n i (Hieronymi) Proxeneta, seu de Prudentia Civili. 12mo. Gene- 
va?, 1630. [E. 16. 34.] 

Castiglione (Conde Baldesar) II Cortegiano. 12mo. Firenze, 1528. 

[P. 5. 32.] 

Castillionii (Balthasaris) De Curiali sive Aulico Libri quatuor, Interprete 
Bartholomeo Clerke, ex Italico Sermone in Latinum conversi. De A ula 
Dialogue Gulielmi Insulani Menapii. 12mo. Francofurti, 1506. 

[G. 8. 15.] 

Castillionii (B.) De Curiali Libri quatuor. Recensuit S. Drake. Svo. 

Cantabrigiae, 1713. [A. 19. 46.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8 vo. Cantabrigiae, 1713. [D. 6. 29.] 

Forneri (Friderici) De Teraulentiae Malo et Ebrietate Libri IV. Svo. 

Ingoldstadii, 1603. [G. 18. 5.] 
Howson (Joannis) Thesis: Uxore dimissa proper fomicationem, aliam 

non licet superinducere. 4to. Oxon. 1606. [E. 19. 8.] 

Joannis a Jesu Maria Liber de Prudentia Justorum, e verbis Sacra? 
Scripture magna ex parte contextus. 18mo. Colon. Agrip. 1614. 

[D. 17. 48.] 

Jonstoki (Johannis) Naturae Constantia ; seu Diatribe, in qua, per 
poflteriorum temporum cum prioribus collationem, Mundum, nec ra- 
tione sui totius, nec ratione partium, universaliter et perpetuo in pejus 
ruere ostenditur. 18 mo. Amstelodami, 1632. [H. 17. 41.] 

Lessii (Leonardi) De Justitia et Jure, cetcrisque Virtutibus cardinalibus 
Libri quatuor. folio, Lugduni, 1622. [M. 5. 3.] 

Lipsii (Jusci) De Constantia Libri duo. ISmo. Francof. 1G15. 

[E. 8. 21.] 

Lipsii (Justi) De Constantia Libri duo. 18mo. Francof. 1621. 

■"]>. 17. 50.] 

Polygamia Triumphatrix, id est, Discursus Politicus de Polv^amia, auc- 
tore Theophilo Alethaeo [i. e. Joanne LysekoJ. 12mo. Frilniriii, 1676. 

[M. 18. 19. j 

Mackenzie (Sir George) Essays on Moral Subjects. Svo. London, 
1713. [B. 7. 25.] 

Magiri (Joannis) Corona Virtutum Moralium, Universani Aristotelis 
Ethicen enucleans. 8vo. Francofurti, 1601. [L. 18. 14. j 

Mascardi (Augustini) Ethicce Prolusiones. Ho. Paribus, 16:J9. 

' F. 14. 31.] 

Roberts (Gulielmi) Dissertatio de causa diversarum Gentium Morum, et 
Institutorum. Cantabrigiae, 1758. [P. 2. {\\.)] 

Sandersoni (Roberti) De Obl.gatione Conscience Prrvlcctiones Decern. 
12mo. Londini, 1682. [Ff. 8. 66.] 

Berlinghem (Antoine de)Le Vrai Point d'llonneur a garder en conver- 
sant, pour vivre honorablement et paisibleinent a\ec un cliacun. 8vu. 
a St. Omer, 1618. [M. 16. 23.] 



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Billboards (M. de) Reflexions upon Ridicule ; and upon Politeness of 
Manners. Translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1708. 

[R. 11. 50.] 

Bellcgarde (M. de) The Modes, or a Conversation upon the Fashions of 
all Nations. 8vo. London, 1735. [R. 11. 72.] 

Boisteau de Launay (P.) Le Theatre du Monde, representant par un 
ample discours les Miseres humains. En Latin, Francois, Allemand, 
et en Italien. 18mo. Cologne, 1612. [H. 17. 36.] 

Ds la Bruyere (Jean) Characters : or the Manners of the Age, translated 
from the French. 8vo. London, 1699. [B. 7. 21.] 

De la Prim aud aye (Peter) The French Academie: wherein is discoursed 
the Institution of Maners, and whatsoever els concerneth the good and 
happy Life of all Estates and Callings, by Precepts of Doctrine and 
Examples of the Lives of ancient Sages and famous Men. [Translated 
from the French by T. Bowes.] 4to. London, 1589. [G. 15. 2.] 

Lambert (the Marchioness de) Reflections on the Fair Sex, translated 
from the French by J. Lock man. 12mo. London, 1729. [P. 841. (1.)] 

Rousseau (Jean Jaques) A Prize Discourse on the Question, Whether 
the Re-establishment of Arts and Sciences has contributed to purify 
our Morals. Translated from the French, by R. Wynne, M. A. 8vo. 
London, 1752. [P. 221. (6.)] 

Toussaint (M.) Manners : translated from the French. 8vo. London, 
1752. [P. 336. (1.)] 

Casa (Giovanni della) Galateo ; or a Treatise on Politeness, translated 
from the Italian. 8vo. London, 1774. [F. 22. 30.] 

*Niov AvQoq HapiTuv. — Nuovo Fior di Virtu, riformato, accresciuto, ed 
ornato con dottrine, similitudini, ed essempi adattati alle virtu e vizi, 
de* quali tratta. [Neo-Graece et Italice.] 8vo. Venezia, 1 799. 

[Aa. 3. 81.] 

Milton (John) The Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, restored to the 
Good of both Sexes. (Two Copies.) 4 to. London, 1 644. [N. 8. 17-33.] 

The Judgement of Martin Bucer concerning Divorce, written to King 
Edward VI. in his Second Book of the Kingdom of Christ, wherein a 
Book restoring the Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce is here con- 
firmed and justified by the Authority of M. Bucer. 4to. London, 
1644. [N. 8. 34.] 

Adams (John) An Essay on the Unlawfulness of Self-Murther. 8vo. 
London, 1700. [N. 7. 43.] 

Barr (John) An Introduction towards an Essay on the Origin of the 
Passions. 8vo. London, 1741. [P. 96. (7.)] 

Berkeley (<5eorge, Bishop of Cloyne) The Querist : or several Queries 
proposed to the Consideration of the Public. 12mo. Glasgow, 1751. 

[F. 27. 27.] 

Bolton (Robert) Three Essays on the Employment of Time. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1750. [R. 18. 23.] 

Bolton (Robert) An Answer to the Question, Where are your Arguments 
againt Lewdness if you make no use of the Bible ? Svo. London, 
1755. [P. 179. (10.)] 

Bolton (Robert) Letters and Tracts on the Choice of Company and other 
subjects. 8vo. London, 1761. [P. 303. (1.)] 



54* PHILOSOPHY. 

Braoge (Frauds) A practical Treatise of the Regulation of the ' 

8to. London, 1708. [D. 7. 18.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [R. 10. 39.] 

An Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the Times. By tli 

of the Essays on the Characteristics QJohn Brown.] Svo. 

1757. [E. 26. 28.] 
A Second Part of Drinking in Remembrance of the Dead. 

["Browne] Bishop of Cork and Rosse. 12mo. London, 171j 

[M. 

Brown (Sir Thomas) Christian Morals. 12mo. Cambridge. 171 

[A. 

Burgh (James) The Dignity of Human Nature : or a Brief Ac 
the certain and established Means for attaining the true End ol 
istence. 4to. London, 1754. [R. 16. 30.] 

Lord Chesterfibd's Advice to his Son on Men and Marine: 
London, 1775. [F. 22. 25.] 

Collier (Jeremy) Essays upon Moral Subjects. 3 vols. Svo. 
1700. [R. 10. 26-28.] 

Cudworth (Ralph) A Treatise concerning Eternal and Immut: 
rality. 8vo. London, 1731. [R. 10. 17.] 

Delant (Patrick) Reflections upon Polygamy. Svo. London, 1 

[p. i 

Micro-Cosmographie ; or a Peece of the World discovered in Ls 
Characters. [By Dr. John Earle, successively Bishop of V 
and Salisbury.] 18mo. London, 1G30. [A. 7. 24.] 

The Spirit of Nations. Translated from the French [of t 
Espiard.] 8vo. London, 1753. [F. 25. 30.] 

Fuller (Thomas) Introductio ad Prudent iam : or Directions, i 
and Cautions, tending to prudent Management in the commo 
of Life. 12mo. London, 1731. [A. 19. 144.] 

Glover (Philips) A Discourse concerning Virtue and IUlLn< 
London, 1732. [P. 202. (7.)] 

Glover (Philips) An Inquiry concerning Virtue and Hap- S ' 
piness. (Two Copies.) 8vo. London, 17j1. - - ( K. 

Gordon (Dr.) A New Estimate of Manners and Principles: 
Comparison between Ancient and Modern Times in the thret 
of Knowledge, Happiness, and Virtue. Parts I. II. III. 8 
bridge, 1760-61. [P. 301. (l)-(3)] 

Grosvenor (Benjamin) An Essay on Health. Svo. London, 17 

[i 

Hales (Stephen) A Friendly Admonition to the Drinkers of Gin 
and other Distilled Spirituous Liquors. With Directions how 

• off that odious and fatal Habit of drinking Drams. 1 ?mo. 
1751. [P. 348. (6.)] 

Hartcliffe (John) A Treatise of Moral and Intellectual Virtu. 
London, 1722. [R. 12. 16.] 

Hrrle (Charles) Worldly Policy and Moral Prmh nee ; the V 
Folly of the one, the Solidity and Usefulness of the other 
London, 1654. [G. 16. 20.] 



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Hey (Richard) Three Dissertations on Gaming, Duelling, and Suicide. 
8vo. Cambridge, 1812. [C. 27. 11.] 

Hey (Richard) A Dissertation on the pernicious Effects of Gaming. 8vo. 
Cambridge. [Gg. 7. 13.] 

Hey (Richard) A Dissertation on Duelling. 8vo. London, 1801. 

[Hh. 2. 38.] 

Hutchinson (Francis) An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Pas- 
sions and Affections. 8vo. London, 1728. [A. 17. 70.] 

Jenyns (Soame) A Free Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of Evil. 
8vo. London, 1757. [P. 323. (I.)] 

K idg ell (J.) A Genuine Narrative of a Scandalous, Obscene, and exceed* 
ingly Profane Libel, entitled an * Essay on Woman,' &c. 4to. London, 
1763. [P. 5. (8.)] 

Lancaster (Nathaniel) The Plan of an Essay upon Delicacy, with a Spe- 
cimen of the Work. 8vo. London, 1 748. [P. 221. (3.)] 

Lb Clerc (Jean) Reflections upon what the World commonly call Good- 
Luck and Ill-Luck with regard to Lotteries. 8vo. London, 1699. 

[R. 14. 69.] 

Madan (Martin) Thelyphtliora : or a Treatise on Female Ruin, in its 
causes, effects, consequences, prevention, and remedy. 3 vols. 8vo.- 
London, 1781, [Hh. 5. 8-1 O.J 

■ Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1780. [li. 1. 24,25.] 

Hill (Richard) The Blessings of Polygamy displayed in an Address to the 
Rev. Martin Madan, occasioned by his " Thelypthora" 8vo. London^ 
1781. [Hh. 5. 11.] 

Mandeville (Bernard) The Fable of the Bees ; or private Vices publick 
Benefits. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1724-1729. [R. 11. 74,75.] 

Lew (William) Remarks upon "The Fable of the Bees" 8vo. London f 
1726. [R. 11. 46.] 

Mandeville (Bernard) An Enquiry into the Origin of Honour; and of the 
usefulness of Christianity in War. 8vo. London, 1732. QR. 11. 73.] 

Mason (John) A Treatise on Self-Knowledge. 1 2mo. London, 1 746. 

[A. 19. 71.] 

More (Hannah) Thoughts on the Manners of the Great to General Society. 
8vo. London, 1788. [Hh. 4. 39.] 

Nettleton (Thomas) A Treatise on Virtue and Happiness. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1751. [F. 23. 6.] 

Ostervald (J. F.) The Nature of Uncleanness considered ; to which is 
added, a Discourse concerning the Nature of Chastity, and the means 
of obtaining it. Translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1708. 

[P. 228. (6.)] 

Percival (Thomas) Medical Ethics : or a Code of Institutes and Pre- 
cepts adapted to the professional Conduct of Physicians and Surgeons. 
8vo. Manchester, 1803. [Ee. 2. 4.] 

Perronet (Vincent) An Essay on Recreations. 8vo. London, 1745. 

[P. 132. (4.)] 

Moral Essays from the French of Messieurs du Port Royal. 2 vols. 
8vo. London, 1724. [R. 14. 18,19.] 

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546 PHILOSOPHY. 

Powell (Thomas) Tom of all Trades: or the Plaine Path -way to Pre- 
ferment. Being a Discovery of a Passage to Promotion in all Profes- 
sions, Trades, Arts, and Mysteries. Found out by an old Travailer 
in the Sea of Experience, amongst the inchanted Islands of Ill-Fortune. 
4to. London, 1631. [M. 20. 23.] 

Price (Richard) A Review of the principal Questions in Morals, with a 
Dissertation on the Being and Attributes of the Deity. Svo. London, 
1787. [A. 16. 37*] 

Pyceoft (Samuel) Reflections upon the Nature of Contentment. Svo. 
Cambridge, 1714. [L. 15. 32.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1714. [P. 113. (4.)] 

Rolston (Samuel) A Philosophical Dialogue concerning Decency. 4to. 
London, 1761. [P. 10. (2.)] 

Shaftesbury (Antony Ashley Cooper, Earl of) Character isticks of Men 
Manners, and Times. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 4. 11-13.] 

Brown (John) Essays on the Characteristics. 8vo. London, 1751. 

[G. 2. 7.] 

A Vindication of Lord Shaftesbury on the subject of Ridicule ; being 
Remarks on a Book entitled " Essays on the Characteristics." Svo. 
London, 1751. [P. 181. (5.)] 

Bulkeley (Charles) A Vindication of Lord Shaftesbury on the subjects of 
Morality and Religion. 8vo. London, 175 3. [P. 181. (6.)] 

Smith (Adam) The Theory of Moral Sentiments. 8vo. If'orks, Vol. I. 

[Gg. 3. 33.] 

Stuubes (George) A Dialogue, in the manner of Plato, on the Superiority 
of the Pleasures of the Understanding to the Pleasures of the Sense. 
8vo. London, 1734. [P. 85. (6.)] 

Swift (Jonathan) A Project for the Advancement of Religion and Re- 
formation of Manners. 8vo. London, 170 ( J. [N. 9. 28.] 

Taylor (John) A Sketch of Moral Philosophy, or an Essay to demon- 
strate the Principles of Virtue and Religion, upon a new, natural, and 
easy Plan. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 253. (1.)] 

Tuckee (Josiah) An Address to the Common People of England con- 
cerning their usual Recreations on Shrove Tuesday. 1 :?m<>. London. 

[1\S5<5.-] 

Watkinson (Edward) An Essay upon (Economy, Svo. London, 17G3. 

[P. ;tt<». (8.V 

Whichcot (Benjamin) Moral and Religious Aphorism*. Svo. London, 
1753. [E. 26. 9.] 

- Another Copy. 8vo. London, 17 5:}. [Q. 4. 4').] 

Woodward (Josiah) The Baseness and Pernicionsness of the Sin of 
Slandering and Backbiting. 12mo. London, 1810. Illi. 7. 

Woodward (Josiah) A Dissuasive from Gaming, l'.'mo. London. 1811. 

[UU. 7. 

Wright (Thomas) The Passions of the Mind in ^<mra!I ; and a Declara- 
tion of the Nature of Clymacterical Yeans. k<>. London, I ii;;o. 

! V in O ; 



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Anonymous Tracts. 
A Discourse concerning Ridicule and Irony. 8vo. London, 1729. 

[R. 12. 78.] 

A Disswasive from Gaming. 12rao. London, 1726. [T. 348. (10.)] 

A Disswasive from the Sin of Drunkenness. 12 mo. London, 1703. 

[P. 353. (5.)] 

A Letter of Advice Concerning Marriage. 4to. London, 1676. 

[M. 15. 37.] 

A Letter on Retirement. 8vo. [Hh. 7. 24 ] 

A New Estimate of Human Life, inscribed to the Rev. Dr. Young. 
London, 1754. [P. 181. (4.)] 

A Notion of the Historical Draught or Tablature of the Judgment of 
Hercules. 8vo. London, 1713. fR. 11. 68.] 

A Plan of a Moral Society, with a Moral Catechism. 8vo. London, 
1729. [P. 98. (11.)] 

A Present for a Servant-Maid : or, the sure Means of gaining Love and 
Esteem. 8vo. London, 1743. [P. 220. (8.)] 

A Proposal for the Amendment and Encouragement of Servants. 8vo% 
London, 1752. [P. 220. (9.)] 

A Scourge for Profane Swearing. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 113. (8.)] 

A Warning Piece to Drunkards. 4to. London, 1682. [P. 39. (17.)] 

An Essay on the Nature of True Virtue. 12 mo. London, 1778. 

[Ff. 8. 100.] 

' Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1778. [Ff. 8. 112.] 

Considerations upon War; upon Cruelty in general, and Religious 
Cruelty in particular. Also an Attempt to prove that Everlasting Pu- 
nishments are inconsistent with the Divine Attributes. To which is 
added, an Oration in Praise of Deceit and Lying. 8vo. London, 1758. 

[F. 24. 15.] 

Observations on the Effect of Theatrical Representations with respect 
to Religion and Morals. 8vo. Bath, 1804. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Reflections upon Polygamy, and the Encouragement given to that prac- 
tice in the Scriptures of the Old Testament. By Phileleutherus Dub- 
linensis. 8vo. London, 1 729. [I. 7. 32.] 

The Captive Captain ; or, the Restrained Cavalier, drawn to his full 
Bodie in these Characters of a Prison — The Anatomy of a Jayler — A 
Jayler's Wife— The Porter— The Century— The Fat Prisoner— The 
Lean Prisoner — The Restrained Cavalier, with his Melancholy Fancy 
— Choice Cabine-Counsel Advices, &c. 8vo. London, 1665. 

[G. 16. 35.] 

The Management of the Tongue, done out of French. 8vo. London, 
1716. £B. 6. 3.] 

The Optick Glasse of Humors ; or, the Touchstone of a Golden Tem- 
perature : or the Philosopher s Stone to make a Golden Temper. 12 mo. 
London, 1664. [M. 18. 22.] 

The Rule of Life in Select Sentences, collected from the greatest 
Authors, ancient and modern. 12mo. London, 1742. [A. 19. 32.] 

The Unlucky Citizen experimentally described in the various Misfor- 
tunes of an Unlucky Londoner. 8vo. London, 1673. [K. 15. 28.] 



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550 PHILOSOPHY. 

Ttndale (William, tbe Martyr) The Obedyence of a Christian Man : and 
how Christen Rulers ought to governc. 4to. Bl. Letter, no date. 

[N. 6. 47.] 

Parsons (Robert) Leycester's Commonwealth : conceived, spoken, and 
published, with most dutiful protestation for the good of this Realm. 
4to. London, 1641. [L. 19. SO.] 

Harrington (James) Oceana and other Works, collected, methodized, 
and reviewed, with his Life by Mr. Toland. folio, London, 1747. 

[A. 12. 21.] 

Sidney (Algernon) Discourses concerning Government, folio, London, 

1698. [P. 2. 16.] 
Fletcher (Andrew) Political Works. 8vo. Glasgow, 1 749. [P. 331 . ( 1 .)] 

Burnett (Thomas) An Essay upon Government ; or the Natural Notions 
of Government demonstrated in a Chain of Consequences from the 
Fundamental Principles of Society. By Thomas Burnett, D. D. Pre- 
bendary of Sarqra. London, 1726. [P. 172. (2.)] 

Chansierges (M.) The Perfect King; an Essay in which true Grandeur 
is illustrated, with the true means to acquire it. 8vo. London, \ 7C>5. 

[P. 330. (2.)] 

Cokb (Roger) Justice vindicated from the false Fucus put upon it by 
Thomas White, gent, Mr. Thomas Hobbs, and Hugo Grotius. As 
also, Elements of Power and Subjection, folio, London, 1G60. 

[E. 9. 30.] 

•Craig (John) Elements of Political Science. 3 vols. 8vo. 1814. 

Cuninghame (William) Principles of the Constitution of Governments. 
12mo. Edinburgh, 1817. [Ee. 4. 78.] 

Ellys (Antony, Bishop of St. David's) Tracts on the Liberty, spiritual 
and temporal, of Protestants in England. Two Parts. 4to. London, 
1763, 1765. [O. 8. 1C,17.] 

Filmer (Sir Robert) Defence of, against Algernon Sidney, folio, Lon- 
don, 1684. [C. 5. 16.] 

Gee (Edward) The Divine Right and Original of the Civil Magistrate 
'from God. 12mo. London, 16.58. [C. 1.3. 41.] 

Goddard (Thomas) Plato's Demon ; or the Slate Physician Unmask t; a 
Discourse in Answer to Plato Kedivivus. h'mo. London, 16i>L 

[K. \o. 26.] 

Jovian, or an Answer to Julian the Apostate. By a Minister of London, 
QGeorge Hickes.] 8vo. London, 1G83. [I). 7. 47.] 

Hoadly (Benjamin) The Original and Institution of Civil Government 
discussed. 8vo. London, 1710. [N. 7. ">0.j 

Hoadly (Benjamin, Bishop of Winchester) Treatises relating to the Mea- 
sures of Submission to the Civil Magistrates, and other Political Tracts, 
folio. Works, Vols. II. III. [Q. 1. 6,7. j 

Kettlewell (John) The Measure of Christian Ohedienee. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1700. [R. 11. 31.] 
Locke (John) Two Treatises on Government. Svo. London, 169-1. 

[K. 7. ll.j 

Milton (John) Areopagitica ; or a Speech for the Liherty of unliccnced 
Printing to the Parliament of England. 1 to. London, 16 11. [N. S. 17 ] 



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North (Roger) On the Origin of Civil Government. 8vo. [Ff. 4. 34.] 

Horne (George, Bishop of Norwich) On the English Constitution. 8vo. 

[Ff. 4. 34.] 

L*w (William) Three Letters to Dr. Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Win* 
Chester. 8vo. (Scholar Armed, Vol. I.) [Ff. 4. 34.] 

Paine (Thomas) The Rights of Man. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 2. 35.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1792. [Ii. 1. 37.] 

Village Politics, addressed to all the Mechanics, Journeymen, and Day-La- 
bourers in Great Britain. By Will Chip. 12 mo. London, 1793. 

[li. 1. 37.] 

Hey (Richard) Happiness and Rights. Some Points plainly stated relaU 
ing to the Rights of Man and his Happiness. 12 mo. London, 1792. 

[Ii. 1. 37.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. York, 1792. [Hh. 3. 40.] 

Scott (Thomas J An Impartial Statement of the Scripture Doctrine in re- 
spect of Civil Government and the Duties of Subjects. 12mo. London, 
1792. [Hh. 7. 36.] 

Equality no Liberty, or Subordination the Order of God and Welfare of Man. 
12mo. London, 1793. [Hh. 7. 32.] 

Paine (Thomas) Agrarian Justice opposed to Agrarian Law and to Agra- 
rian Monopoly. 8vo. Paris. [Hh. 2. 35.] 

Proceedings of the Association for preserving Liberty and Property against 
Republicans and Levellers. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 2. 35.] 

Price (Richard) Observations on the Nature of Civil Liberty, the Prin- 
ciples of Government, and the Justice and Policy of the War with 
America. With an Appendix. 8vo. London, 1776. [Hh. 3. 38.] 

Price (Richard) Additional Observations on Civil Liberty. 8vo. London, 

1777. [Hh. 3. 38.] 
Priestley (Joseph) Essay on the First Principles of Government, and on 

the Nature of Political, Civil, and Religious Liberty. London, 1768. 

[P. 291. (1.)] 

Quevedo-Villegas (Francisco de) Divine Maxims of Government with- 
out Whig or Tory. 8vo. London, 1715. [P. 337. (3.)] 

The Judgment of whole Kingdoms and Nations concerning the Rights, 
Power, and Prerogative of Kings, and the Rights, Privileges, and Pro- 
perties of the People. [By John Cocks, the first Lord Somers.] 8vo. 
London, 1710. [P. 274. (3.)] 

Temple (Sir William) An Essay upon the Original and Nature of Go- 
vernment. 8vo. In his Miscellanea, Part I. [P. 274. (12.)] 

Tucker (Josiah) A Treatise on Civil Government. 8vo. London, 1781. 

[Q. 5. 41.] 

Usher (James, Archbishop of Armagh) The .Power communicated by 
God to the Prince, and the Obedience required of the Subject : briefly 
laid down and confirmed out of the Holy Scriptures, Testimony of the 
Primitive Church, Dictates of Right Reason, and Opinion of the wisest 
among the Heathen Writers. 4to. London, 1661. [M. 6. 36.] 

Weldon (Robert) The Doctrine of the Scriptures concerning the Originall 
of Dominion. Wherein God's Perpetual Propriety in the Soveraignty 
of the whole Earth, and the King's Great Charter for the Administra- 



552 PHILOSOPHY. 

tion thereof, are justified by authoritative Records in both the Testa- 
ments. 4to. 1648; [£. 20. 8.] 

— Another Copy. 4to. 1648. [N. 8. S3.] 

White (Thomas) The Grounds of Obedience and Government. 32mo. 
London, 1655. [B. 8. 29.] 



Anonymous Tracts on Government. 

Speculum Juridico-Historico-Politicum. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1G77. 

[P. 357. — ] 

A Modest Plea for an equal Commonwealth against Monarchy. \ to. 

London, 1659. [L. 19. 30.] 
An Essay on the Great Affinity and Mutual Agreement of the two Pro- 
. fessions of Divinity and Law, and on the joint Interests oi Church and 

State. 12mo. London, 17—. [M. 18. 6.J 
Arcana Imperii Detect a ; or divers select Cases in Government. Svo. 

London, 1701. [B. C. 16.] 

Philosophical Sketches of the Principles of Society and Government. 
8vo. London, 1795. [Gg. 3. 31.] 

The Covnsellor of Estate, contayning the greatest and most remark- 
able Considerations serving for the managing of Publicke Affairs. 
4to. London, 1634. [M. 20. 37.] 

I^he True Protestant Subject; or the Nature and Rights of Sove- 
reignty, discussed and stated. 4 to. 1G80. [M. 15. 

Three Conclusions on the Ecclesiastical and Civil State of England. 
4to [N. 8. 16.] 



2. Political Economy. 

i. General Treatises and Systems of Political Economy — 
Population — Pauperism. 

Anderson (James) Observations on the means of exciting a Spirit oi 
National Industry. 4to. Edinburgh, 1777. [E. W2. 6.] 

Smith (Adam) An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth ot 
Nations. 8vo. fTo/Ars/Vols. IMV. [Gg. 3. 31 .36.] 

Another Copy. 3 vols. Svo. London, 17 SI. r G. :25. 3-5.] 

Malthus (T. R.) An Essay on the Principle of Population. Svo. 3 vols. 

London, 1817. [Re. 2. 75-77.] 
•Malthus (T. R.) Principles of Political Economy. Svo. London, 1820. 
•Mill (James) Elements of Political Economy. 8vo. London, 1821. 

•Ricardo (David) On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation. 
8vo. London, 1817. 

•Sat (Jean Baptiste) A Treatise on Political Economy. Translated from 
* die French by C. B, Prinsep, % rols. 8vo. London, 1821. 



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Halv (Sir Matthew) The Primitive Origination of Mankind, considered 
and examined according to the Light of Nature, folio, London, 1677. 

[K. 2. IS.] 

Wallace (Robert) Various Prospects of Mankind, Nature, and Provi- 
dence. 8vo. London, 1761. [P. 252. (2.)] 

Wallace (Robert) Dissertation on the Numbers of Mankind in ancient and 
modern times, in which the superior Populousness of Antiquity m 
maintained. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1753. [P. 252. (1.)] 

Chalmers (Thomas) An Enquiry into the Extent and Stability of 
National Resources. (Two Copies.) 8vo. Edinburgh, 1808. 

[Gg. 4. 48,49.] 

Eden (Sir Frederick Morton) The State of the Poor : or an History of 
the Labouring Classes in England, from the Conquest to the present 
period. 4to. 3 vols. London, 1797. [L. 26. 13-15.] 

Ingram (Robert Acklom) An Inquiry into the present Condition of the 
Lower Classes and the Means of improving it. 8 vo. -London 1797. 

[Hh. 3. 40.] 

Orders and Directions, together with a Commission for the better Admi- 
nistration of lustice and more perfect Information of his Maiestie; 
How, and by whom the Lawes and Statutes tending to the Relief of 
the Poore, the well ordering and training vp of Youth in Trades, and 
the Reformation of Disorders and disorderly persons, are executed 
throughout the Kingdome. ,4to. London, 1630. [M. 20. 37.] 

A Scheme for reducing the Laws relating to the Poor into one Act of 
Parliament. 8vo. London, 1736. [P. 80. (6.)] 

An Ekquiry into the Causes of the enrrease and miseries of the Poor in 
England. 8vo. London, 1738. [P. 89. (7.)] 

Three Tracts on the Corn Laws and Corn Trade. With a Supplement 
containing Calculations and Papers tending to explain and confirm what 
is advanced in these Tracts. 8vo. London, 1766. [P. 250. (6.)] 

Reports of the Society for Increasing the Comforts and Bettering the 
Condition of the Poor. 2 vols. l2mo. London, 1798-1800. 

[Ee. 4. 89,90.] 

Abstract of the Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act, passed 
in the 41st year of his Majesty King George III, for taking an account 
of the Population of Great Britain, and the Increase or Diminution 
thereof. 2 vols, folio, London, 1802. [M. 20, 15,16.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols, folio, 1802. t Kk - 7 » I» 2 

Abstract of similar Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act 
passed in the 51st year of his Majesty King George III. folio, Lon- 
don, 1812. [Kk. 1. 35.] 

Another Copy, folio. [Kk. 7. 7.] 

Abstract of similar Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act 
passed in the 55th year of His Majesty King George III. folio, 
London, 1818. [Kk. 1. 34.] 

Abstract of similar Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act 
passed in 1 Geo. IV. folio, London, 1822. [Kk. 5. 19.] 

Abstract of the Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act passed 
i.-bb the 43d year of his Majesty King George ill, for procuring Returns 
relative to the Expence and Maintenance of the Poor in England, 
i -Mo, London, 1804. [Kk. 1. 32.] 



PHILOSOPHY. 



ii. Money, Finance, Paper Credit, and the National . 

(1) Money and Coining. 
Observations on a printed paper for the Encouragement of Coining. 

London, 1695. [P. 329. (I.)]' 
Locke (John) Further Considerations on raising the Value of \ 

8vo. London, 1695. [P. 329. (2.)] 
A Report, containing an Essay for the Amendment of Silver 1 

8vo. London, 1695. [M. 19. 17.] 
Harris (Joseph) An Essay on Money and Coins. Two Parts. 

London, 1757, 1758. [P. 219. (1) (2.)] 
flables of English Silver and Gold Coins. 4to. London, 1764. 
v *Ruding (Rogers) Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain and its D 

dencies, from the earliest period of authentic History to the cl< 

the fiftieth year of King George III. 5 vols. 8vo. with a Ho. \ 

Plates. London, 1819. 



(2) Report of the Bullion Committee, Tracts thereon, 
on Paper Credit. 

Report, together with Minutes of Evidence and Accounts, fror 
Select Committee, appointed to inquire into the Cause of the 
Price of Gold Bullion, and to take into consideration the State < 
Circulating Medium, and of the Exchanges between Great Britaii 
Foreign Parts. 8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 4. 50.] 

Trotter (Coutts) The Principles of Currency and Exchanges, appli 
the Report from the Bullion Committee. 8vo. London, 18 10. 

[Gg. i 

Ricardo (David) The High Price of Bullion, a Proof of the Depreei 
of Bank Notes. 8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. k 52.] 

Huskisson (W.) The Question concerning the Depreciation of our 
rency, stated and examined. 8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 1. 52.] 

Blake (Wm.) Observations on the Principles which regulate the C< 
of Exchange, under the present depreciated State of the Cum 
8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 3. 52.] 

Marry att (Joseph) Thoughts on the Establishment of a new Char 

Bank. 8vo. London, 1811. [Gg. 3. 52.] 
Hill (John) An Inquiry into the Causes of the present High Price of* 

Bullion in England, with Observations on the Report of the 13u 

Committee. 8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 3 52. J 

Sinclair (Sir John) Observations on the Report of the Bullion ( 
raittee. 8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 3. 52. i 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1 SI 0. 1 llh. 2. 37. 

Bosanquet (Charles) Practical Observations on the Report of the Bu 
Committee. 8vo. London, 1810. QGg. 3. " 2 , 

Thornton (Henry) An Inquiry into the Nature and I/JK ets of the V 
Credit of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 180 .'. [Gg. 1. 52. j 

Thk Case of the Bankers and their Creditors, stated and examinei 
the Rules of Policy and Common Reason. Ito. London, 107 1. 

\M. 15. 



THE NATIONAL DEBT. 555 



(3) The National Debt. 

The History of our Customs, Aids, Subsidies, National Debts, and 
Taxes, from William the Conqueror to the year 1761. 8vo. London, 
1751. [O. 6. 49.] 

Gbellier (J. J.) The History of the National Debt, from the Revolution 
in 1688, to the beginning of the year 1800. With a preliminary Ac- 
count of the Debts contracted previous to that sera. 8vo. London, 
1810. [Gg. 4. 47.] 

Cary (John) An Essay towards the Settlement of National Credit in the 
Kingdom of England. 8vo. London, 1696. [P. 239. (6.)] 

Hutchinson (Archibald) A Collection of Treatises relating to the Na- 
tional Debts and Funds. And also a Collection of Treatises relating to 
the South Sea Stock and Scheme, folio, London, 1721. [H. 9. 19.] 

Hooxb (Andrew) An Essay on the National Debt and National Capital. 
8vo. London, 1751. [R. 18. 33.] 

Pbicb (Richard) An Appeal to the Public on the subject of National 

Debt. Svo. London, 1772. [A. 16. 36.] 
Morgan {JViUiatri) A Review of Dr. Price's Writings on the Finances of 

Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 3. 40.] 

Stanhope (Charles Mahon, Earl) Observations on Mr. Pitt's Plan for 
the Reduction of the National Debt. 4to? London, 1786. 

[Gg. 1. 40.1 

Grellhr (J. J.) The Terms of all the Loans, which have been raised 
for the Public Service ; with Observations on the Rate of Interest 
paid for the money borrowed, and an account of the Navy and Exche- 
quer Bills funded at different periods. 8vo. London, 1812. 

[Dd. 3. 27.] 

Fairman (William) An Account of -the several Public Funds. 8vo. 
London, 1816. [Gg. 5. 35.] 



iii. Trade, Commerce, and Manufactures. 

(1) General Treatises. 

Hates (Richard) The Method of Modern Book Keeping. 8vo. London, 
1739. [P. 98. (7.)] 

Postlbth w ayt (Malachy) The Universal Dictionary of Trade and Com- 
merce, translated from the French of M. Savary, with large additions 
and improvements. 2 vols, folio, London, 1751-56. [O. 3. 24,25.] 

Britain's Commercial Interest explained and improved, in a Series 

of Dissertations on several Important Branches of her Trade and Po- 
lice. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1756. [O. 6. 47,48.] 

Fortrey (Samuel) England's Interest and Improvement, consisting in the 
Increase of the Store and Trade of this Kingdom. 8vo. London, 
1673. [M. 19. 52.] 

Temple (Sir William) On the Advancement of Trade in Ireland. In 
his Miscellanea, Part I. [P. 274. (12.)] 

Collins (John) A Discourse on Salt and Fishery. 4to. London, 1682. 

[P. 39. (22.)] 



666 PHILOSOPHY. 

Child (Sir Jotiah) A New Discourse of Trade. 8vo. Glasgow, 1751. 

[P. 322. (2.)] 

Davevant (Charles) Discourses on the Public Revenues and on the 
Trade of England. 8vo. London, 1698. [B. 7. 29,30.] 

■ Essays upon Peace at Home and War Abroad. 8vo. London, 

1727. [B. 7.27.] 

A Vindication of Dr. D'Avenant from the Charge of having reflected on 
the late King William and his Ministry, in his Essays on Peace at Howe 
and War Abroad. 4to. London, 1703. [M. 14. 1*5.] 

Cleland (William) The State of the Sugar Plantations considered : but 
more especially that of the Island of Barbadoes. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[M. 19. 13.] 

Kikg (Charles) The British Merchant ; or Commerce Preserved. 3 vols. 

8?o. London, 1721. [G. 14. 5-7.] 
Gee (Joshua) The Trade and Navigation of Great Britain considered. 

8vo. London, 1730. [P. 60. (8.)] 

— An Impartial Enquiry into the Importance and Present State of 
the Woollen Manufactories of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1742. 

[P. 121). (17.)] 

Webster (William) The Consequences of Trade. 8vo. London, 1740. 

[P. 98. (3.)] 

— — The Draper's Reply to " Remarks on the Consequences of 

Trade." 8vo. London, 1741. [P. 98. (6.)] 

Decker (Sir Matthew) Serious Considerations on the several High Du- 
ties which the Nation and Trade labour under. 8vo. London, 1744. 

[P. 129. (18.)] 

Townshend (Lord Visct) National Thoughts, recommended to the serious 
attention of the Public ; with an Appendix shewing the Damages arising 
from a Bounty on Corn. 8vo. London, 1751. [R. 18. 33.] 

Walpolr (Horatio, Lord) The Complaints of Manufacturers relating to 
the Abuses in marking Sheep and winding Wool. 8vo. London, 1752. 

[P. 180. (8.] 

Dalrymple (Sir John) The Question considered, Whether Wool should 
be allowed to be exported, when the Price is low at home, on paying 
a Duty to the Public? 8vo. London, 1782. [Gg. 7. 20 ] 

Forster (Nathaniel) An Answer to Sir John Dalnjwple's Pamphlet ///;./// the 
Exportation of Wool. 8vo. Colchester, 1782. [Gg. ?. 2u.] 

Tucker (Josiah, Dean of Gloucester) Reflections on the present Low 
Price of Coarse Wools, its immediate Causes, and probable Remedies. 
8vo. London, 1782. [Gg. 7. 20.] 

A Brief Essay on the Advantages and Disadvantages which respec- 
tively attend France and Great Britain with regard to Trade ; with some 
Proposals for removing the Principal Disadvantages of Groat Britain. 
8vo. London, 1750. [R. 18. 33.] 

Ramsden (J.) Animadversions on Dr. Blagden's Supplementary Report 
on the best method of proportioning the Excise on Spiiituons Liquors. 
4to. London, 1793. [Gg. 1. 41.] 

Atkins (Mess. & Co.) An Essay on the Relation between the Specific 
Gravities and the Strengths and Values of Spirituous Liquors, tto. 
London, 1803. [Gg. 1. 42.] 



USURY— INTEREST TABLES. 667 



A Description of the Hydrometer and Scales of Atkins & Co. for 
ascertaining the degrees of Strength of Spirituous Liquors. 8vo. 
London, 1802. [Gg. 5. 26.] 

Withers (John) The Dutch, the best Friends to the Monarchy, Church, 
and Trade of England. 8vo. London, 1713. [F. 21. 21.] 

Lowndes (Thomas) Seasonable Hints for our Coast and Pilchard Fishery. 
London, 1748. [P. 5.(16.)] 

Britaine's Buss ; or a Computation as well of the Charge of a Busse or 
Herring-Fishing Ship, as also of the Gaine and Profit thereby. With 
the States Proclamation annexed vnto the same, as concerning Herring 
Fishing. 4to. London, 1615. [M. 20. 38] 

A Letter in Reply to the Edinburgh Reviewers, on the Corn Laws, 
folio. [F. 23. 30.] 



Anonymous Tracts on Trade, SfC. 

The Circle of Commerce, or the Ballance of Trade in Defence of Free 
Trade. By E. M. Merchant. 4to. London, 1623. [M. 30. 37.] 

An Essay upon the probable Methods of making a People Gainers in 
the Ballance of Trade. 8vo. London, 1699. [B. 7. 28. J 

A Method of Tanning without Bark. 8vo. London, 1729. 

[P. 80. (5.)] 

A Brief State of the In-hand or Home Trade. 8vo. London, 1730. 

[P. 80. (4.)] 

Reflections on the Expediency of opening the Trade to Turkey. By a 
Sincere Well-wisher to the Prosperity of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 
1753. [P. 180. (5.)] 

A Discourse on the Natural Disposition of Mankind respecting Com- 
merce, intended as a Preliminary to a larger Work, viz. The Elements 
of Commerce and Theory of Taxes. London. [P. 180. (6.)] 

Considerations on Taxes as they are supposed to affect the Price of 
Labour in our Manufactories : Shewing by Arguments drawn from 
Experience that nothing but Necessity ever will enforce Labour, and 
that no State can make any considerable figure in Trade where the 
Necessaries of Life are at a low Price. 8vo. London, 1765. 

[P. 250. (7.)] 

A Collection of several Authentic Accounts of the History and Price of 
Wheat, Bread, Malt, &c. from the coming in of William the Con- 
queror to Michaelmas 1745. 4to. London, 1748. [Hh. 1. 35.] 

A Brief and Impartial Survey of the Flour and Bread Trades. 4to. 
London, 1790. [Hh. 1. 35.] 

A Glance at the State of Public Affairs, as far as relates to the Influ- 
ence of Money and Finance on Manufactures and Commerce. 8vo. 
8vo. London, 1817. [Gg. 7. 7.] 



(2) Tracts on Usury — Interest Tables. 

Salmasii (Claudii) De Usuris. 12mo. Lugd. Bat. 1638. [G. 18. 14.] 

Salmasii (Claudii) De Modo Usurarum Liber. 12mo. Lugd. Bat. 1639. 

[G. 18. 15.] 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



Salmasii (Claudii) Dissertatio de Foenore Trapezetico. Lugd. Bat. 1640. 

[G. 18. 16.] 

A Tract against Usurie, presented to the High Court of Parliament. 

4to. [L. 15. 19.] 
Holmes (Nathaniel) Usury is . Injury ; cleared in an Examination of its 

best Apologie. 4to. London, 1640. [N. 8. 88.] 
Culpbper (Sir Thomas) The Necessity of abating Usury re-asserted ; in 

Reply to the Discourse of Mr. Thomas Manly, entituled " Usury at six 

per cent, examined." 4to. London, 1670. [L. 19. 30.] 
Filmer (Sir Robert) A Discourse whether it may be lawful to take Use 

for Money. 8vo. London, 1678. [N. 9. 43.] 
Smart (John) Tables oflnterest, Discount, Annuities, &c. 4to. London, 

1726. [Gg. 1. 45.] 
Another Copy, revised, enlarged, and improved, by Charles Brand. 

4to. London, 1780. [Gg. 1. 46.] 
Ward (John) Clavis Usurae : or, a Key to. Interest both Simple and 

Compound. 12mo. London, 1710. [Dd. 4. 53.] 



(3) East India Company. 

The Trades Increase. 4to. London, 1C15. [M. 20. 38.] 

The Defence of Trade, in a Letter to Sir Thomas Smith, Knt. Go- 
uernour of the East India Companie, &c. from one of that Societie. 
4to. London, 1615. [M. 20. 38.] 

A Treatise on the Advantages of the East India Company. Ito. Lon- 
don, 1681. [P. 41.(5.)] 

A Report from the Committee of Correspondence to the Court of Di- 
rectors of the East India Company on the formation of an Establish- 
ment at home for the Education of Young Men, intended for the Com- 
pany's Civil Service. 4to. London, 1804. [E. 1. 25. ] 

A Preliminary View of the Establishment of the Hon. East India Com- 
pany in Hertfordshire for the Education of Young Persons appointed 
to the Civil Service in India. 4to. East India College, (stereotyped') 
1806. [Gg. 1. 14.] 

Malthus (T. R.) A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord Grenville, occasioned 
by some Observations of his Lordship on the East India Company's 
Establishment for the Education of their Civil Servants. S\o. Lon- 
don, 1813. [Gg. 8. 56.] 

[See further, Class V. History, Slit. IV. ./w,/, § 2.] 



(4) The Slave Tit .\ nr. 

Sharp (Granville) Representation of the Injustice and dangerous Ten- 
dency of tolerating Slavery, or admitting the least Claim of Private 
Property in the Persons of Men in England. Svo. London, 1 709. 

[C. 2L 7.] 

Ait Address to the People of Great Britain, on the Ltihty ot retraining 

from the Use of West India Sugar and Hum. \2mo. Hull, 1 791. 

rr; i i.n 



THE SLAVE TRADE. 



580 



Abstract of the Evidence, delivered before a Select Committee of the 
House of Commons in the years 1790 and 1791, on the part of Peti- 
tioners for the Abolition of the Slave Trade. 8vo. London, 1791. 

[Gg. 3. 50.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1792. pi. 1. 38.] 

The Horrors of West India Slavery. 12mo. London, 1792. [Ii. 1. 38.] 
The Debate on a Motion for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in the 

House of Commons, on Monday the Second of April, 1792. 8vo. 

London, 1792. [Hh. 3. 32.] 

A Short Sketch of the Evidence for the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 
delivered before a Committee of the House of Commons. 12mo. 
London, 1792. [Ii. 1. 12.] 

Gisborne (Thomas J Remarks on the late Decision of the House of Common* 
respecting the Abolition of the Stave Trade. 8vo. London, 1792. 

[Hb. 3. 32.] 

Clarke (Thomas) A Sermon on the Injustice of the Slave Trade. 8vo. 
Hull, 1792. [Hh. 3. 35.] 

Wilberforce (William) A Letter on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, 
addressed to the Freeholders of Yorkshire. 8vo. London, 1807. 

[Gg. 3. 51.] 

Wilberforce (William) A Letter to the Prince of Talleyrand- Perigord, on 
the subject of the Slave Trade. 8vo. London, 1814. [Gg. 4. 51.] 

Stephen (James) A Defence of the Bill for the Registration of Slaves, in 
[two] Letters to William Wilberforce, Esq. M. P. 8vo. London, 1816. 

[Gg. 4. 51.1 

Jordan (G. W.) Examination of the Principles of the Slave Registry Bill, 
and of the means of Emancipation proposed by the Authors of the 
Bill. 8vo. London, 1816. [Hh. 2. 44.] 

An Exposure of some of the numerous Mis-statements and Mtsrepe- 
sentations in Mr. Marryatt's Pamphlet on the Slave Trade. 8vo. 
London, 1816. [Gg. 4. 51.] 

Reports of the Committee of the African Institution. 8vo. London, 
1811-1814. [C. 27. 31,32.] 

Thirteenth Report of the Directors of the African Institution. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1819. [Gg. 7. 21.] 

Stephen (James) Speech at the Annual Meeting of the African Insti- 
tution at Free Masons' Hall on the 26th March, 1817. 8vo. London, 
1817. [Hh. 7. 27.] 

L'Europe Chatiee, et l'Afrique Veng&e ; ou Raisons pour regarder les 
Calamites du Siccle, corome des Punitions infligees par la Providence 
pour la traite des N&gres. 8vo. Londres, 1818. [Gg. 5. 25.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 8vo. Londres, 1818. [Hh. 7. 24.] 

Expose des Faits, relatifs a la Traite des N&gres dans le Voisinage du 
Senegal. 8vo. [Hh. 2. 31.] 

Adrcsse a leurs Majestes Imperiales et Royales, et a leurs Representans 
au Congres d'Aix la Chapelle. 8vo. [1815.] [Hh. 2. 31.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 8vo. [1815.] [Hh. 7. 25.] 

Brogue (M. le Due de) Discours, prononce a la Chambre des Pairs le 
28 Mars, 1 822, sur la Traite des Ncgres. 8vo. [Paris, 1 822-] [Ii. 8. 1 .] 



660 



PHILOSOPHY. 



iv. Miscellaneous Tracts on Political Economy. 

Capelli (Jacobi) De Ponderibus, Nummis, et Mensuris, Libri Quinque. 

4to. Francofurti, 1606. [D. 20. 47.] 
Addison (Joseph) The Freeholder ; or Political Essays. Svo. London, 

1723. [A. 19. 103.] 

Bell (William) A Dissertation on Populousness and Trade. 4to. Cam- 
bridge, 1756. [P. 10. (15.)] 

Brown (John) Thoughts on Civil Liberty, Licentiousness, and Faction. 
8vo. Newcastle, 1765. [P. 255. (2.)] 

Christian (Edward) A Plan for a County Provident Bank. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1816. [Hh. 2. 37.] 

Fleetwood (William, Bishop of St. Asaph) Chrunicon Precwsum : or an 
Account of English Money, the Price of Corn, and other Commodities, 
for the last 600 years. 8vo. London, 1707. [N. 7. 34.] 

Hewitt (John) The Trader's Pocket Companion ; containing various 
Commercial Tables. 12mo. London, 1738. [A. 19. 134.] 

Homer (Henry) An Enquiry into the means of preserving and improving 
the Publick Roads of this Kingdom. Oxford, Svo. 1767. [P. 250. (8.)] 

Howard (John) State of the Prisons in England and Wales, with an Ac- 
count of the Foreign Prisons and Hospitals. 4to. London, 1784. 

[E. 23. 5.] 

Neild (James) Account of the Society for the Discharge and Relief of 
Persons imprisoned for Small Debts, throughout England and Wales. 
8vo. London, 1802. [Gg. 7. 58.] 

Owen (Robert) A New View of Society ; or, Essays on the Formation of 
the Human Character, preparatory to the Developement of a Plan for 
gradually ameliorating the Condition of Mankind, roval Svo. London, 
1816. [Hh. 1. 34.] 

Powell ( ) A View of real Grievances, with Remi-ilks proposed for 

redressing them. Svo. London, 1772. [D. 25. 21.] 

Rumford (Benjamin, Count of) Essays, Political, Economical, and Philo- 
sophical. 8vo. 4 vols. London, 1798-181 1. [Ee. 4. 15-48.] 

— ■ Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1798. [I. 21. 17, IS.] 

Stafford (William) A Brief Conceipte of English Pollieie. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1581. [N. 8. 16.] 

Tucker (Josiah) An Impartial Inquiry into the Bene fi is and Damages aris- 
ing from the use of low-priced Spirituous Liquors. Svo. London, 1751. 

[V. -'ID. (4.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [IL IS. ,'JJ.] 

Four Tracts, with Two Sermons, on Political and Commercial 

Subjects. Svo. Glocester, 1774. [D. 25. 4.] 

— — Reflections on the Expediency of a Law for the Naturalization ot 
Foreign Protestants. Svo. London, 1751 -2. [_R. IS. 33.] 

■ Two Letters concerning Naturalization, and Reasons why the 
Jews were antiently considered as the immediate Vassals and absolute 
Property of the Crown, but are now in a state of Liberty, &c. Svo. 
London, 1758. [P. 180. (3.) (4.)] 



PHYSICS— ANTIENT WRITERS. 561 

W*ston (Edward) Reflections on the Naturalization of the Jews. 8vo. 

London, 1754. [P. 218. 8.] 
Watson (William) A Decachordon of Ten Quodlibetical Questions con- * 

cerning Religion and State. 4to. 1602. [N. 8. 38.] 
Common Good : or, the Improvement of Commons, Forrests, and Chases 

by Inclosure ; wherein the Advantage of the Poor, the common Plenty 

of all, and the Increase and Preservation of Timber, are considered. 

4to. London, 1652. [M. 20. 18.] 

On the Improvement of Commons that are inclosed. 8vo. London, 1782. 

[P. 80. (8.)] 

Thb London and Country Brewer. 8vo. London, 1736. [P. 80. (2.)] 
Political Reflections upon the Finances and Commerce of France, 
translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1739. [G. 24. (7.)] 



Section III. 
Natural Philosophy. 



I. Physics, or Natural and Experimental Philo- 
sophy. 

1. Antient Writers and their Commentators. 

Aristotelis Opera Physica, Grace et Latine. folio, Inter Opcrum Torn. I. 

[F. 12. 8.] 

Syllabus. 

Physic® Auscultationis sive de Motu, Libri Octo. 

De Ccelo Libri quatuor. 

De Generatione et Corruptione Libri duo. 

Meteorologicorum Libri quatuor. 

De Mundo Liber unus. 

De Coloribus Liber unus. 

Ventorum Regiones et Nomina. 

Simplicii Commentarii in octo Aristotelis Physica? Auscultationis Libros, 
cum ipso Aristotelis Textu, Grace, folio, Venetiis, 1526. [F. 1. 18.] 

Simplicii Commentarii in Aristotelis Libros de Physico Auditu, Latine. 

folio, Venetiis, 1588. [F. 1. 20.] 
Commentarii Collegii Conimbricensis Societatis Jesu in octo Libros Phy- 

sicorum Aristotelis Prima Pars. 4to. Coloniae, 1602. [C. 6. 8.] 

Toleti (Francisci) Commentaria, una cum Quaestionibus, in octo Libros 
Aristotelis de Physica Auscultatione ; item in Librum Aristotelis de 
Generatione et Corruptione. 4to. Coloniae. [H. 6. 7.] 



2 O 



PHILOSOPHY. 



2. Modem TTrittr*. 
L Memoirs, Tratuactwiu^ end Journals, of Philosoph:*- 

ft fit A? (Thomas) History of the Royal Society of London for the linprc*- 
iog of Natural Knowledge. 4to. London, G. U>. 7.j 

SruUHKU (Henry j A Censure of Ccrrci* Pc*hO£f> ?/* f'f Hntori oj 
/toya/ Society. 4to. Ojt/o/</, 1670. [P. 41. ,4. ~ 

Guhvill (Jos.j A Prefatory Answer to Mr. Henry Mubbes, where ir. 

Malignity f Temper 

The Hypoerisie \ of his < Pretences 
Fahehood J ( Reports 

and the I m pertinency of his Arguing* and Quotations in his Animad- 
version* on Plus Ultra, are discovered. i>vo. London, 1671. 

[S. 3. 

Hill (John) A Review of the Works of the Roval Society of London. 
4to. London, 1751. [R. 17. 17.] 

tBittCH (Thomas) A History of the Royal Society of London, Vols. I. H 
4to. London, 1756. [G. 1. 10,17.]* 

Hirch (Thomas) History of the Royal Society, Vols. III. IV. 4tu. 

London, 1756'. [G. 1. 16,17.] 
•Thomson (Thomas) History of the Royal Society, from its Institution 

to the end of the Eighteenth Century, lto. London, 1812. 
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society f [A. 1(>. 2 •>—'>■:. 

of London. 112 Vols, in 127 Parts. -1-to. inelud- \ A. 15. 

ing two copies of the Index to the first Seventy Vo-< A. 14. 1-^7. 

luraes. 4to. London, 1665-182(>\ J A. 1J. l-4»5. 

[Continued.] V Kk. 2. \-:A.\ 

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of Lon- C r 

don, 1779. Part 2. to 1819. 4to. 42 Vols, in VJ ' ,'\ : ' 
Parts. { C '~ U ' 

Philosophical Transactions, Vol. 72, Part 1, and Vol. 7S, V\r\ 1. 
17S2-88. [G. 1. 25, 26.] 

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Des Cartes (Renati) Meditationes de Prima Philosophic, in quibus Dei 
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Some New Thoughts, founded upon new Principles, concerning a three- 
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Mabtine (George) Essays and Observations on the Construction and 
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576 PHILOSOPHY. 

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Macquer (Joseph) Chemisches Worterbuch. (Chemical Dictionary, in 
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Keer (John) The First Part of a Dictionary of Chemistry. 4to. Birm- 
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A Manuscript Volume of Notes of Chemical Lectures. 8vo. 

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Beguini (Johannis) Tyrocinium Chymicuni, couimcntario illustratum a 
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Nicholson (William) The first Principles of Chemistry. 8vo. London, 
1796. [Dd. 2. 75.] 

Gren (F. C.) Principles of Modern Chemistry, translated from the Ger- 
man. .Vol. I. 8vo. London, 1800. [Dd. 2. 58.] 

Berzelius (Jons Jacob) A View of the Progress and present State of 
Animal Chemistry, translated from the Swedish. 8vo. London, 1813. 

[C. 27. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 5. 29.] 

Henry (William) The Elements of Experimental Chemistry. 8vo. 
2 vols. London, 1815. [Ee. 2. 40,41.] 

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Tames** (TWm) A Sntea of Chemistry. Second Edition. 4 vols. 
Edssbnrgh, 1604. [Dd. 2. 80-83.] 

TW same work. Third Edition. 5 toIs. Edinburgh, 1807. 

~Dd. 2. 85-3$.] 

The same work. Fourth Edition. 5 rols. Edinburgh. 1 $10. 

~Ee. 2. 31-35.] 

Mcanar (John) A System of Chemistry. 8to. 4 rols. Edinburgh. 1812. 

^Ee. 2. 36-39.] 

1 A Sr stem of Chemistry. 8to. 4 toIs. Edinburgh, 1819. 

[Dd. 2. 71-74." 

Bzavbz (Wm. Thomas) A Manual of Chemistry. 8to. London, 1 S 1 9. 

[Dd. 3. 89.1 

'Brandt (W. T.) A Manual of Chemistry. 3 toIs. 8to. London, 1S24. 



in. Miscellaneous Treatises on different Branches of Che- 
mistry. — Chemical Journals. 

Lib ay u (J. Andrea?) Epistolarum Chemicarum Liber teriius. Svo. 
Fraoeofurti, 1599. [H. 19. 42.] 

Glaubcei (Joannis Rudolphi) Opera Chemica et Mineralia. lfmo. 
2 tornit, Armtelodaroi, 1658-52. [H. 18. 18,19 ] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Tractatus de Natura Salium ; item Trac taluk:* 
de Salium, Mctallorum, et Planetarum Signatura. 12mo. Amstero- 
darai, 1669. [Hh. 18. 20.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Miraculum Mundi; sive plena, perfectaquc 
Descriptto Admirabilis Naturae, ac proprietatis potentissimi Subject!, 
ab antiquis Mmstrnum Universale, sive Mercurius Philosophorum dicti : 
quo Vegetabilia, Animalia, et Mineralia facillime in saluberrirna Medi- 
camrota, ct imperfecta Metalla in permanentia ac perfecta transmutari 
potiint. 12mo. Amsterodami, 1653. [H. 18. 19.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Apologia, contra mendaccs Christophori Farr.- 
neri Calumnias. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1655. [H. 18. 20.] 

Glauberi (Job. Rudolphi) Prosperitas Germanise ; in qua de Vini, Fui- 
menti, Ligni et Mineralium Concentratione, eorundemque utilioic 
quam hactenus usu agitur. 12mo. Amsterodami, 1 65 C-7. 

[H. IS. 20. ] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Consolatio Navigantium: in qua docetur, et de- 
ducitur, quomodo per maria peregrinantes a lame ac siti, immo etiam 
morbifi, qui longinquo ab itinere ipsis contingcre possunt, sibi providere 
ac suppetiari liceat. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1 (i 5 7 . [H. 18. 20.] 

Mulleri (Philippi) Miracula Chymiea ct Mystcria Medica. I2mc. 
Amstelodami, 1655. [A. 7. 22.]* 

— — Exemplar aliud. 165.5. [A. 7. 2J.J 

Swalve (Bernhardi) Alcali et Acidum ; sive Naturae et Artis Instruments 
Pugilica. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1679. [Mb. 17. 13 ] 

Boyle (Hon. Robert) The Sceptical Chemist : or Clu mico-Physical 
Doubts and Paradoxes, touching the experiments, whereby vulgai 
Spagiritts are wont to endeavour to evince their Salt, Sulphur and 
Mercury, to be true principles of Things. 8vo. London, 1690. 



CHEMISTRY- 579 

NmncANH (Caspar) Chemical Works. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1773. 

[Dd. 2. 76,77.] 

Priestlby (Joseph) Directions for impregnating Water with Fixed Air, to 
communicate to it the peculiar Spirit and Virtues of Pyrmont Water. 
8to. London, 1772. [P. 287. (3.)] 

Priestley (Joseph) Philosophical Empiricism, containing Remarks on a 
Charge of Plagiarism respecting Dr. Higgins, interspersed with* va- 
rious Observations on different Kinds of Air. London, 1775. 

[P. 300. (11.)] 

Lavoisier (A. L.) Essays, Chemical and Physical, translated from the 
French, with notes by Thos. Henry. 8vo. London, 1776. 

[Dd. 2. 62.] 

Black (Joseph) Experiments upon Magnesia Alba, Quick-lime and 
other Alcaline Substances. To which is annexed an Essay on the 
Cold produced by evaporating Fluids, and of some other means of 
producing Cold. 12mo. Einburgh, 1777. [Hh. 4. 26.] 

Bergman (Torbern) Opuscula Physica et Chemica. 3 vols. 8vo. Hol- 
mla, 1779-80-83. lT>&. 3. 81-83.] 

— — Exemplar aliud. 6 vols. 8vo. Holmiae et Lips iff, 1779-90. 

[A. 17. 100-106. 
Bergman (Torbern) Opuscula Chemica, Vol. III. Holmia?, 1783. 

[Dd. 3. 84.] 

Bergman (Torbern) Opuscules Physiques et Chymiques, traduits par M. 
de Morveau. 8vo. 2 vols. Dijon, 1780. [Dd. 3, 85,86.] 

Bergman (Tonberni) Opuscula Chemica, Vol. VI. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1790. 

[A. 17. 106.] 

Bergman (Tonbern) A Dissertation on Elective Attraction, translated 
from the Latin. 8vo. London, 1785. [Dd. 3. 87.] 

Cleghorn (Guliehni) Disputatio Physica Inauguralis, Theoriam Ignis 
complectens. 8vo. Edinburgh [Hh. 3. 37.] 

Crawford (Adair) Experiments and Observations on Animal Heat and 
the Inflammation of Combustible Bodies. 8vo. London, 1779. 

[Hh. 3. 37.] 

Morgan (William) An Examination of Dr. CravfonCs Theory of Heat and 

Combustion. 8vo. London, 1781. [Hh. 3. 37.] 
Wallerii (Joh. Gottsch.) Disputationes Academical Physico-Chemicae et 

Chemico-PharraaceuticsB, Chemico-Mineralogicaeet Metallurgical. 8vo. 

Holmi*, 1780,81. [Ee. 3. 1,2.] 
Schxele (C. W.) Memoires de Chymie. 12mo. 2 vols. Dijon et Paris, 

1785. [Dd. 4. 63.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Chemical Essays. 8vo. London, 1 786. [Dd. 2. 78.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Traite Chimique de i'Air et du Feu. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 

1781. [A. 16. 6*1,62.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Chemical Observations and Experiments on Air and 

Fire. 8vo. London, 1780. [Dd. 2. 79.] 
Watson (Richard, Bishop of Llandaflf) Chemical Essays. 12mo. 4 vols. 

Cambridge, 1781-86.. [L. 17. 20-23.] 
Fourcroy (A. F. de) Memoires et Observations de Chimie. 8vo. Pa- 
ris, 1784. [Dd. 2. 54.] 

— 1- Un autre Exemplaire. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1784-82. 

[Dd. 2. 55,56.] 

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i. Dictionaries of Chemistry. — Chemical Lectures. 

Macquer (Joseph) A Dictionary of Chemistry, translated fron 
French. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1777. [Dd. 2. 68,69.] 

Another Copy. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1777. [D. 22. 11 

Macquer (Joseph) Chemisches Worterbuch. (Chemical Dictionai 
German.) 5 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1781-2. [I. 23. 5-9.] 

Nicholson (William) A Dictionary of Chemistry. 2 vols. 4to. Lo 
1795. [A. 14. 85.] 

Black (Joseph) Lectures on the Elements of Chemistry. 2 vols 
Edinburgh, 1804. [Gg. 1. 27,28.] 

Kerb (John) The First Part of a Dictionary of Chemistry. 4to. 1 
ingham, 1789. [D. 23. 21.] 

A Manuscript Volume of Notes of Chemical Lectures. 8vo. 

[Dd. 2. 5] 



. Syllabuses of Courses of Lectures on Chemistry, 
Anonymous. 8vo. [Hh. 3. 34.] 

Hadley (John) Plan of a Course of Chemical Lectures. 8vo. ' 

bridge, 1758. [P. 225. (12.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1758. [Hh. 2. 33.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1758. [Hh. 3. 34.] 

Watson (Richard) Plan of a Course of Chemical Lectures. 8vo. < 

bridge, 1771. [P. 283. (3.)] 
Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1771. [IL 3. 34.] 

Wall (Martin) Plan of a Course of Chemical Lectures. 8vo. Os 
1782. [Hh. 3. 34.] 

Milner (Isaac) Plan of a Course of Chemical Lectures. 8 vo. Canibr 
1784. [Hh. 2. 39.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1784. [Hh. 3. 34.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1784. [Uh. 4. 40. j 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1784. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Wollaston (Francis John Hyde) Plan of a CourscofChemic.nl Loft 
8vo. Cambridge, 1794. [Hh. 2. 33 ] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1794. [Hh. 4. 40. j 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 180.3. [Gg. . r >. 20. j 



ii. Systems and Elementary Treatises on Chemistry. 

Crollii (Oswaldi) Basilica Chymica. 8vo. Geneva?, 1G43. [IL 20, 
Glaser (Christophe) Traite de la Chymie. 8vo. Paris, 1CG8. 

ru. 2o. 

Beguini (Johannis) Tyrocinium Chymicum, coiismrntario illustrati 
Gerardo Blasio. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1GGJ). [II. IS. 10. | 

Rolfincii (Guerneri) Chimia in Artis Formal)) rtdai.ta. 1 to. Gen 
1671. [H. 20. 7.] 



CHEMISTRY. 57? 

Boerhaavb (Hermanni) Elementa Chemise. 2 tomis 4to. Lug. Bat. 1732. 

[K. C. 30,31. J 

Boerhaave's Chemistry ; translated from the Original with the Author's 
own Corrections and Emendations, by Timothy Dallowe, M. D. 4to. 
2 vols. London, 1735. [H. 25. 17,18.] 

Lewis (Wm.) A Course of Practical Chemistry. 8vo. London, 1746. 

[Dd. 2. 65.] 

Dossie (Robert) Institutes of Experimental Chemistry. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1759. [Dd. 3. 70,71.] 

Watsoki (Richardi) lustitutionum Chemicarum in Prselectionibus Acade- 
micis explicatarum, Pars Metallurgica. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1768. 

[Gg. 5. 26.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigia?, 1768. [P. 283.(1.)] 

Beaume (M.) Chymie Experimental et Raisonne. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 
1773. [Dd. 3. 78-80.] 

Beaume (M.) A Manual of Chemistry : or a Brief Account of the Ope- 
rations of Chemistry and their Products. Translated from the French. 
[By Dr. John Aikin.] 12mo. Warrington, 1778. [Dd. 4. 62.] 

M acquejl (M.) Elements of the Theory and Practice of Chymistry. Trans- 
lated from the French. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1775. [Dd. 2 66,67.] 

Morveau (Guytonde), Maret, et Durande (MM.) Elemens de Chcmie, 
Theorique et Pratique. 12mo. 3 vols. Dijon, 1778. [Dd. 4. 59-61.] 

Foorcroy (A. F. de) Elements of Natural History and of Chemistry, 
translated from the French. 5 vols. 8vo. 1788. [A. 15. 97-101.] 

Fourcroy (A. F. de) The Philosophy of Chemistry, or Fundamental 
Truths of modern Chemical Science, arranged in a new order. 3vo. 
London, 1795. [Dd. 2. 57.] 

Hopson (C. R.) A General System of Chemistry, Theoretical and Prac- 
tical ; taken chiefly from the German of M. Wiegleb. 4to. London, 
1789. [C. 21. 13.] 

Lavoisier (A. L.) Elements of Chemistry, translated from the French. 
By Robert Kerr. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1790. [Dd. 2. 63.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1790. [F. 23. 22.] 

Chaptal (J. A. G.) Elements of Chemistry, translated from the French. 
8 vols. 8vo. London, 1795. [C. 29. 11-13.] 

Chimie appliquee aux Arts. 4 tomes 8vo. Pans, 1807. 

[H. 26. 34-37.] 

Nicholson (William) The first Principles of Chemistry. 8vo. London, 
1796. [Dd. 2. 75.] 

Gren (F. C.) Principles of Modern Chemistry, translated from the Ger- 
man. .Vol. I. 8vo. London, 1800. [Dd. 2. 58.] 

Berzelius (Jons Jacob) A View of the Progress and present State of 
Animal Chemistry, translated from the Swedish. 8vo. London, 1813. 

[C. 27. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 5. 29.] 

Henry (William) The Elements of Experimental Chemistry, 8vo. 
2 vols. London, 1815. [Ee. 2. 40,41.] 

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Thomson (Thomas) A System of Chemistry. Second Edition. 4 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1804. [Dd. 2. 80-83.] 

The same work. Third Edition. 5 vols. Edinburgh, 1807. 

[Dd. 2. 85-88.] 

The same work. Fourth Edition. 6 vols. Edinburgh, 1810. 

[Ee. 2. 31-35.] 

Murray (John) A System of Chemistry. 8vo. 4 vols. Edinburgh, 1812. 

[Ee. 2. 36-39.] 

— — A System of Chemistry. 8vo. 4 vols. Edinburgh, 1819. 

[Dd. 2. 71-74.] 

Brande (Wm. Thomas) A Manual of Chemistry. 8vo. London, 1819. 

[Dd. 3. 89.] 

*Brande (W. T.) A Manual of Chemistry. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1824. 



iii. Miscellaneous Treatises on different Branches of Che- 
mistry. — Chemical Journals. 

Libavii (J. Andres) Epistolarum Chemicarum Liber tertius. 8vo. 
Francofurti, 1599. [H. 19. 42.] 

Glauberi (Joannis Rudolphi) Opera Chemica et Mineralia. ISfoo. 
2 tomis, Amstelodami, 1658-52. [H. 18. 18,19.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Tractatus de Natura Salium ; item TractatuhiN 
de Salium, Metallorum, et Planetarum Signatura. 12mo. Amstcro- 
dami, 1669. [Hh. 18. 20.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Miraculum Mundi ; sive plena, perfectaquc 
Descriptio Admirabilis Naturae, ac proprietatis potentissimi Subjecti, 
ab antiquis Menstrnum Universale, sive Mercurius Philosophorum died : 
quo Vegetabilia, Animalia, et Mineralia facillime in saluberrima Medi- 
camcnta, et imperfecta Metal la in permanent ia ac perfecta transmutari 
possint. 12mo. Amsterodami, 1653. [H. 18. 19.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Apologia, contra mendaces Christophori Fam- 
neri Calumnias. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1655. [H. 18. 20.] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Prosperitas Germaniae ; in qua de Vini, Fi u- 
menti, Ligni et Mineralium Concentratione, eorundemque utiliore 
quam hactenus usu agitur. 12mo. Amsterodami, 1656-7. 

[H. 18.20] 

Glauberi (Joh. Rudolphi) Consolatio Navigantium: in qu&docetur, et de- 
ducitur, quomodo per maria peregrinantes a lame ac siti, immo etiam 
morbis, qui longinquo ab itinere ipsis contin^ere possunt, sibi providers 
ac 8uppetiari liceat. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1657. [H. 18. 20.] 

Mulleri (Philippi) Miracula Chymica et Mystcria Medica. 12mo. 
Amstelodami, 1655. [A. 7. 22.]" 

Exemplar aliud. 1655. [A. 7. 2J.] 

Swalve (Bernhardi) Alcali et Acidum ; sive Naturae et Artis Instruments 
Pugilica. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1G79. [Mi. 17. 12.] 

Boyle (Hon. Robert) The Sceptical Chemist : or Cheniieo-Physica; 
Doubts and Paradoxes, touching the experiments, whereby vulgai 
Spagirists are wont to endeavour to evince their Salt, Sulphur and 
Mercury, to be true principles of Things. 8vo. London, 1690. 



CHEMISTRY, 579 

Nkoicanh (Caspar) Chemical Works. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1773. 

[Dd. 2. 76,77.] 

Priestlby (Joseph) Directions for impregnating Water with Fixed Air, to 
communicate to it the peculiar Spirit and Virtues of Pyrmont Water. 
8to. London, 1772. [P. 287. (2.)] 

Priestley (Joseph) Philosophical Empiricism, containing Remarks on a 
Charge of Plagiarism respecting Dr. Higgins, interspersed with* va- 
rious Observations on different Kinds of Air. London, 1775. 

[P. 300. (11.)] 

Lavoisier (A. L.) Essays, Chemical and Physical, translated from the 
Trench, with notes by Thos. Henry. 8vo. London, 1776. 

[Dd. 2. 62.] 

Black (Joseph) Experiments upon Magnesia Alba, Quick-lime and 
other Alcaline Substances. To which is annexed an Essay on the 
Cold produced by evaporating Fluids, and of some other means of 
producing Cold. 12mo. Einburgh, 1777. [Hh. 4. 26.] 

Bergman (Torbern) Opuscula Physica et Chemica. 3 vols. 8vo. Hol- 
mla, 1779-80-88. [JD&. 3 - 81-83.] 

Exemplar aliud. 6 vols. 8vo. Holmiae et Lipsic, 1779-90. 

[A. 17. 100-106. 
Bergman (Torbern) Opuscula Chemica, Vol. III. Holmia*, 1783. 

[Dd. 3. 84.] 

Bergman (Torbern) Opuscules Physiques et Chymiques, traduits par M. 
de Morveau. 8vo. 2 vols. Dijon, 1780. [Dd. 3, 85,86.] 

Bergman (Tonberni) Opuscula Chemica, Vol. VI. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1790. 

[A. 17. 106.] 

Bergman (Tonbern) A Dissertation on Elective Attraction, translated 
from the Latin. 8vo. London, 1785. [Dd. 3. 87.] 

Cleghorn (Guliehni) Disputatio Physica Inauguralis, Theoriam Ignis 
complectens. 8vo. Edinburgh [Hh. 3. 37.] 

Crawford (Adair) Experiments and Observations on Animal Heat and 
the Inflammation of Combustible Bodies. 8vo. London, 1779. 

[Hh. 3. 37.] 

Morgan (William) An Examination of Dr. CravfonCs Theory of Heat arid 

Combustion. 8vo. London, 1781. [Hh. 3. 37.] 
Wallerii (Joh. Gottsch.) Dtsputationes Academical Physico-Chemicae et 

Chemico-Pharmaceutictt, Chemico-Mineralogicae et Metallurgies. 8vo. 

Holmiae, 1780,81. [Ee. 3, 1,2.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Memoires de Chymie. 12mo. 2 vols. Dijon et Paris, 

1785. [Dd. 4. 63.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Chemical Essays. 8vo. London, 1786. [Dd. 2. 78.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Traite Chimique de i'Air et du Feu. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 

1781. [A. 16. 61,62.] 
Scheele (C. W.) Chemical Observations and Experiments on Air and 

Fire. 8vo. London, 1780. [Dd. 2. 79.] 
Watson (Richard, Bishop of Llandaflf) Chemical Essays. 12mo. 4 vols. 

Cambridge, 1781-86.. [L. 17. 20-23.] 
Fourcroy (A. F. de) Memoires et Observations de Chimie. 8vo. Pa- 
ris, 1784. [Dd. 2. 54.] 

— Un autre Exemplaire. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1784^-82. 

[Dd. 2. 55,56.] 

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Luyart (M. M.) Chemical Analysis of Wolfram. 8vo. London, 178o. 

[Ee. iJ. 4.j 

Kirwan (Richard) Experiments on Hepatic Air. 4to. London, 1786. 

[Gg. 1. 41.] 

Higgins (Bryan) Experiments and Observations relating to Acetous Acid, 
and other Subjects of Chemical Philosophy. 8vo. London, 1786. 

[Dd. 2. 6.] 

Kirwan (Richard) Essay on Phlogiston and the Constitution of Acids. 
8vo. London, 1787. [Hh. S. 39.] 

Harrington (Robert) A Letter to Dr. Priestley, Messrs. Cavendish, La- 
voisier, and Kirwan, on the existence of Inflammable and dephlogiiti- 
cated Airs in Water. 8vo. London, 1788. [Dd. 2. 59.] 

Dundonald (Archibald Cochrane, Earl of) A Treatise, shewing the inti- 
mate Connection between Agriculture and Chemistry. 4to. London, 1795. 

[I. 24. 11.] 

Davy (Humphrey) Researches on the Oxymuriatic Acid, its Nature and 
Combinations, &c. 4to. London, 1810. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

Davy (Humphrey) On some of the Combinations of Oxymuriatic Gas and 
Oxygene. 4to. London, 1811. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

Wollaston (F. J. H.) A Synoptic Scale of Chemical Equivalents. 4 to. 
London, 1814. [Gg. 1. 43.] 

Clarke (Kdward Daniel) The Gas- pipe, or Art of Fusion by burning the 
Gaseous Constituents of Water, &c. 8vo. London, 1819. 

[Dd. 3. 89.] 

Accum (Fredrick) Chemical Amusements : a Series of curious and in- 
structive Experiments in Chemistry. 12mo. London, 1818. 

[Dd. 3. 74.] 

Two other Copies. 12mo. London, 1811. | \* 

Accum (Fredrick) A Practical Treatise on the Use and Application of 
Chemical Tests. 12mo. London, 1818. [Dd. 3. 75.] 

•Parkes (Samuel) Chemical Essays, principally relating to the Arts 
and Manufactures of the British Dominions. 5 vols. 18mo. London, 
1816. 

Annales de Chemie. 18 tomes, 8vo. Paris, 1789-93. [A. 17. 82-99.] 

(avec 3 tomes de Tables Generales). 81 tomes, f[H. 27. 1-47. 

Paris, 1797-1821. I II. 2G. 1-34.] 

Nouvelle Serie. 18 tomes. [M„ 21. 1 '3-29.] 

II y manque les tomes 1 ct 2. 

-Tomes 69 et 70. 8vo. Paris 1??09. [D. 3. 76,77.] 



Crell (Lorentz) A ChemicalJournal, translated from the German. 3 vol 
8vo. London, 1791-93. [A. 16. 48-50.] 



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2. Alchemy. 

Rupb Scissa (Joannis de) La Vertu et Propriete de la Quintessence 
de Tome Chose; traduit du Latin par Antoine du Moulin. 12mo. 
Lyon, 1549. [G. 8. 21.] 

Libavii (Andres) Alchymia, et Syntagma Arcanorum Chymicorum. 

4 tomis, folio. Francofurti, 1606-15. [F. 9. 21-24.] 
Fabri (Petri Johannis) Opera. 2 tomis, 4to. Francofurti, 1652. 

[F. 15. 21,22.] 

Paracelsus of the Chymical Transmutation, Genealogy, and Generation 
of Metals and Minerals. Whereunto it [are] added Philosophical 
and Chymical Experiments of Raymund Lully. Translated into English 
by R. Turner. 12mo. London, 1657. [K. 8. 28.] 

Basilius Valentinus of Natural and Supernatural Things. Whereunto 
is added, Alexander Van Suchten of the Secrets of Antimony. 12mo. 
London, 1670. [M. 18. 23.] 

Euphrates, or the Waters of the East : being a Short Discourse of that 
Secret Fountain, whose Water flotvs from Fire, and carries in it 
the Beams of the Sun and Moon. [By E. Poleman.] 12mo. Lon- 
don, 1671. [H. 18. 36.] 



III. Natural History. 
1. Antient Writers and their Commentators. 

Aristotelis Opera, ad Historiam Naturalem pertinentia, Graece et Latine. 
folio. Inter Operum Tom. I. II. [F. 12. 8, 9.] 

Syllabus, 
De Sensu et Sensili Liber unus. 
De Communi Animalium Motione Liber unus. 
De Longitudine et Brevitate Vitae Liber unus. 
De Juventute et Senectutc, Vita et Morte, et Respiratione, Liber 
unus. 

De Animalium Incessu Liber unus. 

De Spiritu Liber unus. 

De Historia Animalium Libri decern. 

De Partibus Animalium et earum Causis Libri quatuor. 

De Generatione Animalium Libri quinque. 

De Miraculis Auditis Liber unus. 

Problematum Sectiones triginta octo. 

De Plant is Libri duo. 
Aristotelis Historia de Animalibus, Greece et Latine, Julio Caesare Scali- 

gero interprete. folio, Tolosa?, 1619. [F. 10. 4.] 
Theophrasti De Historia Plantarum Libri Decern, Latine. folio, Basil. 
1533. [F. 9. 4.] 

Theophrasti Historia Plantarum, Graece et Latine. folio, Lug. Bat. 1613' 
1 [F. 10. 16.] 

Scaligeri (J. C.) Commentarii in Libros Theophrasti de Causis Planta- 
rum. folio, Lugduni, 1566. [F. 10. 17.] 



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*Bakbwell (Robert) An Introduction to Geology, illustrative of the 
General Structure of the Earth. 8vo. London, 1813. 

Snellii (Willebrodi) Eratosthenes Batavus de Terrae Ambitus Vera 
Quantitate. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1G17. [D. 19. 26.] 

Packe (Christopher) A Dissertation upon the Surface of the Globe, as 
delineated in a Specimen of a Chart of Kent. 4to. London, 1 737. 

[P. Uk (>>.;} 

Williams (Thomas) A Method to discover the Difference of the Earth's 
Diameters. 12mo. London, 1788. [Hh. 4. % 29.] 

Cavendish (Hon. Henry) Experiments to determine the Density of rii- 
Earth. 4to. London, 1798. [Dd. 3. 69.] 

Martyn (Thomas) An Enquiry into the Nature and Use of Pozzolana 
Earth, and its Substitutes. 4to. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

Flamsteed (John) A Letter concerning Earthquakes, written in 1693, to 
a Gentleman then residing at Turin, in Savoy, on occasion of the De- 
struction of Catanea, and other Towns and Villages in Sicilv, in 1692. 
8vo. London, 1750. [P. 187. (7.)] 

Grey (Zachary) A Chronological and Historical Account of the most 
memorable Earthquakes that have happened in the World, from the 
Christian Period to the present year 17.50. 8vo. Cambridge, 17j0. 

[P. 187. (8.)] 

Grey (Zach.) A farther Account of memorable Earthquakes to the 
present year 1756. With a faithful Relation of the late dreadful 
Calamity at Lisbon. 8vo. Cambridge, 1756. [P. 232. (13.)] 

Hales (Stephen) Some Considerations on the Causes of Earthquakes. 
8vo. London, 1750. [P. 187. (6.)] 

The Theory and History of Earthquakes. 8vo. London, 17o0. 

[P. 301. (5.V 



iii. Natural History of Waters. — Mineral Waters. 

Jordan (Edward) A Discourse of Natural Bathes and Mineral Waters. 

To" which is annexed, an Account of Bath and its Waters, by Thoina> 

Guidot. London, 1673. (M. 7. 29.] 
Monro (Donald) A Treatise on Mineral Waters. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 

1770. [Ee. 3. 6,7.] 

Heers (Henrici ab) Spadacrene, hoc est 1*'ohm Spa 'anus accuratiVsime 
descriptus, aquas bibendi Modus, et Ohservatioues Mediae, hsmo. 
Lug. Bat. 1645. [H. 17. 4.] 

Lister (Martin.) De Fontibus Medicatis Anglke. Svo. Loudini. 16S4. 

[D. 11. 32.] 

Guidotti (Thomae) De Thermis Britannicis Traetatus. ko. Londini, 
1691. [E. 1. 13.] 

Plumptre (Henrici) Dissertatio Medico- Phvsiea* de (.'aiolini* Thcnnis. 
4to. Hake, 1705. [M. 20. 32.] 

Charleton (Rice) Three Tracts on the Batl; Water-. Mo. l> t .ih, 17 74. 

[Ec. 3. j.] 

Wall (John) Experiments on the Malvern Waters. 8\o. Worcester, 
1756. [P. 225. (5.)] 



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585 



Wall (John) An Appendix to the Third Edition of Experiments and Ob- 
servations on Malvern Waters. 8vo. Worcester, 1763. [P. 225. (6.)] 
, — Another Copy. 8vo. Worcester, 1763. [P. 277. (5.)] 

Linden (D. W.) A Treatise on Chalybeate Waters. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[Q. 5. 53.] 

Priestley (Joseph) Directions for impregnating Water with fixed Air, 
to communicate to it the peculiar 6pirit and Virtues of Pyrmont 
Water, &c. London, 1772. [P. 287. (2.)] 



iv. The Mineral Kingdom. 

(1) Systems of Mineralogy. 

Cronsted (A. F.) Essay towards a System of Mineralogy. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1770. [Ee. 3. 10.] 

Bergman (Torberni) Sciagraphia-Regni Mineralis. 8vo. Londini, 1783. 

[Ee. 3. 4.] 

> Another Copy. 8vo. Londini, 1783. [Hh. 2. S3.] 

Bergman (Sir Torbern) Outlines of Mineralogy, translated by William 
Withering, M. D. 8vo. Birmingham, 1783. [Ee. 3. 4.] 

Kirwan (Richard) Elements of Mineralogy. 8vo. London, 1784. 

[Ee. 3. 9.] 

Second Edition. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1794. [C. 27. 26,27.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1794. [A. 15. 63,64.] 

Jameson (Robert) A System of Mineralogy. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1804-1808. [Ee. 2. 42-44.] 

Jameson (Robert) A Treatise on the External Characters of Minerals. 
8 vo. Edinburgh, 1805. [Ii. 3. 2.] 

*Phillips (William) Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge of Mi- 
neralogy. 8vo. London, 1819. 



(2) On Metals and the Working op Mikes, &c. 

AGRicoLiE (Georgii) De Re Metallica Libri Duodecim. Ejusdem de 
Aniraantibus subterraneis Liber, folio, Basilea?, 1561. [D. 1. 3.] 

Jars (M.) Voyages Metallurgiques, depuis l'anne 1757, jusques et 
compris 1769, en Allemagne, Suede, Norwege, Angleterre, et Ecosse. 
4to. Lyon, 1774. [Gg. 1. 31.] 

Tennant (Smithson) On two Metals, found in the Black Powder, re- 
maining after the Solution of Platina. 4to. London. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

Waller (William) An Essay on the Value of the Mines of Sir C. Price. 
8vo. London, 1698. [F. 7. 18.] 

Pryce (William) Mineralogia Corn ubien sis : a Treatise on Minerals, 
Mines, and Mining, folio, London, 1778. [A. 12. 40.] 

De L'Isle (De Rome) Christallographie, ou Description des Formes 
propres du a tous les Corps du Regne Minerale dans l'Etat de Com- 
binaison saline, pierreuse, ou Metallique. 4 tomes, 8vo. Paris, 1723. 

[I. 23. 1-4.] 



586 PHILOSOPHY. 

Davt (Sir Humphrey) On the Fire-Damp of Coal Mine*. 8vo. London, 
1816. [Gg. 7. 16.] 

Children (John Geo.) On Sir H. Davy's Safety Lamp for Mines. 8vo. 
London, 1816. [Gg. 7. 11.] 

First Report of a Society for preventing Accidents in Coal Mines. 8vo. 
Newcastle, 1814. [Gg. 7. 11.] 

Report upon the Claims of Mr. George Stephenson relative to die In- 
vention of his Safety-Lamp. 8vo. Newcastle, 1817. [Gg. 5. 25.] 



(3) Natural History op Fossils. 

Gesneri (Conradi) De omni Rerura Fossilium Genere Libri aliquot. 

12mo. Tiguri, 1565. [H. 19. 26.] 
De Laet (Joannis) De Gemmis et Lapidibus Libri Duo ; quibus prae- 

mittitur Theophrasti Liber de Lapidibus, Greece et Latine. 8vo. Lug. 

Bat. 1647. [H. 19. 2.] 
D'Acosta (E. M.) A Natural History of Fossils. 4to. London, 1757. 

[E. 24. 5.] 

An Attempt towards a Natural History of the Fossils of England, in a 
Catalogue of the English Fossils, in the Collection of J. Woodward, M.D. 
8vo. London, 1729. [L. 21. 25.] 

Walcott (John) Descriptions and Figures of Petrifactions found in the 
Quarries, Gravel Pits, &c. near Bath. 8vo. Bath, 1 779. [Hh. 7. 26.] 



v. The Vegetable Kingdom, or Botany. 

(1) General Histories of Plants, Systems and Elementary 
Treatises op Botany. 

Bauhini (J. J. H.) Historia Plants rum Universalis. 3 torn, folio, Ebro- 
duni, 1650-1. [F. 11.3-5.] 

Fuchsii (Leonharti) De Historia Stirpium Commentarii. 8vo. Lugduni, 

1549. [H. 19. 5.] 
Dodoens (Remhert) The History of Plants, translated from the Dutch, 

by H. Lite, folio, London, 1578. [F. 9. 31.] 

Raii (Joannis) Historia Plantarum Gencralis. Acccsserunt Lexicon P><>- 
tanicum et Nomenclator Botanicus. 3 torn, folio, Lnndiui, 1G ( J3. 

[E. 11. 10-12.] 

Pultenet (Richard) A General View of the Writings of Liuna u-. Svo. 

London, 1781. [1.21.16.] 
LinnjEI (Caroli) Philosophia Botanica. 8vo. Vindooona?, 1 77<>. 

[lie. S. 54.] 

Linnaei (Caroli) Systema Vegetabilium secundum Classes, Onlincs, Ge - 
nera, Species, cum Characteribus et Difterentiis. durante Jo. Andrea 
Murray. 8vo. Gottingse, 1781. [I. 21. 12.] 

Lirmeei (Caroli) Supplemcntum Plantamm Systcmatis. 8vo. BrunsvijraD, 
1781. [I. 21. 13.] 



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587 



Linnaei (Caroli) Genera Plantarum earumque Characteres Naturalet, se- 
cundum Numerum, Figuram, Situm et Proportionem omnium Fruc- 
tificationis Partium. 8 to. Holmiae, 1764. [I. 21. 5.] 

Linnaei (Caroli) Species Plantarum. 2 tomis, 8vo. Holmiae, 1753. 

[Q. 4. 37,38.] 

Linnaei (Caroli) Species Plantarum, exhibentes Plantas rite cognatas ad 
Genera relatas ; cum Differentiis Specificis, Nominibus Trivialibus, 
Synonymis Selectis, et Locis Natalibus, secundum Systema Sexuale. 
2 tomis, 8vo. Vindobonae, 1764. [I. 21. 10,11.] 

Linne (Caroli a) Species Plantarum. Curante Carolo Ludovico Wildenow. 
5 tomis in 10 vols. 8vo. Berolini, 1797-1810. [Ee. 3. 55-64.] 

Miller (John) An Illustration of the Sexual System of Linnaeus. 2 vols* 
8vo. London, 1789. [I. 21. 14,15.] 

Lee (James) An Introduction to Botany. 8vo. London, 1788. 

[A. 14. 66.] 

Mabtyn (Thomas) The Language of Botany ; being a Dictionary of the 
Terms made use of in that Science. 8vo. London, 1793. [Ee. 3. 70.] 

Miller (Philip) The Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary, with addi- 
tions, &c. &c. By Thomas Martyn. 2 vols, in 4 parts folio, Lon- 
don, 1807. [I. 10. 10-13.] 

Miller (Philip) The Gardener's and Botanist's Dictionary, folio, London, 
1733. [C. 2. 8.] 

Smith (James Edward) An Introduction to Physiological and Systema- 
tical Botany. 8vo. London, 1814. [Ee. 3. 65.] 

Wildenow (D. C.) The Principles of Botany, and of Vegetable Physio- 
logy. Translated from the German. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1814. 

[Ee. 3. 69.] - 

Ruelxii (Johannis) De Natura Stirpium Libri tres. folio, Basileae, 1537. 

[C. 5. 15.] 

Diobt (Sir Kenelme) A Discourse concerning the Vegetation of Plants. 
12mo. London, 1661. [M. 18. 26.] 

Grew (Nehemiah) The Anatomy of Plants, with an Idea of a Philoso- 
phical History of Plants, folio, London, 1682. [R. 2. 32.] 

Hales (Stephen) Statical Essays ; Experiments on the Sap in Vegetables, 
and on Vegetation. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1731-33. [O. 7. 35,36.] 

Ingenhousz (John) Experiments upon Vegetables; discovering their 
great Power of purifying the Common Air in the Sun-shine, and of in- 
juring it in the Shade and at Night. 8vo. London, 1779. [Dd. 2. 60.] 



(2) Herbals, Floras, Catalogues of Plants, Treatises on 
Particular Plants. 
Gerard (John) The Herbal, or General Historie of Plantes, enlarged by 

J. Johnson, folio, London, 1633. [F. 10. 8.] 
Parkinson (John) Theatrum Botanicum: The Theater of Plantes. folio, 

London, 1640. F. 10. 9.] 
Lovell (Robert) IlAMBOTANOAOriA, sive Enchiridion Botanicum : 

or a Compleat Herball. 12mo. Oxford, 1665. [H. 19. 32.] 
Linnjei (Caroli) Flora Suecica : exhibens Plantas per Regnum Sueciae 

crescentes, systematic^. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1745. [I. 21. 4.] 



588 PHILOSOPHY. 

Rah (Joannis) Catalogus Plantarum Angliae et Insular urn adjacentiuni. 
8vo. Londini, 1670. [G. 8. 31.] 

Exemplar aliud. Svo. Londini, 1670. [H. 8. 3.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1670. [H. 18. 27.] 

Raii (Joannis) Synopsis Method ica Stirpium Britannicarum. Svo. Lon- 
dini, 1690. [G. 18. 30.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1724. [Ee. 3. 39.] 

Smith (Jacobi ETdvardi) Flora Britannica. 8vo. 3 tomis, Londini, 1S00- 
1804. [Ee. 3. 66-68.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. 3 tomis, Londini, 1800-1804. [1. 21. I -J.] 

•Smith (Sir J. E.) English Flora, Vols. I. II. Svo. London, 1824. 

Milne (Colin) and Gordon (Alexander) Indigenous Botany, or Habita- 
tions of English Plants ; containing the Result of several Botanical Ex- 
cursions in Kent, Middlesex, and the adjacent Counties, in 1790, 1791, 
and 1792. 8vo. London, 1793. [L. 27. 9.] 

Rah (Joannis) Catalogus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiam nascentium. 
12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1660. [LI. 18. 33.] 

Horti Botanici Cantabrigiensis Catalogus. Svo. Cantabrigia?, 17i)4. 

[Hh. 3. 31.] 

Dillenius (John) Hist or ia Muscorum : a General History of Land and 
Water Mosses and Corals. 4to. London, 17(38. [A. 13. GO.] 

Magnkni (Joannis Chrysostomi) De Tabaeo Excrciiationes Quatuor- 
decim. 12mo. Hagae Comitum, 1658. [K. 16. 27.] 

Evelyn (John) Sylva, or a Discourse of Forest Trees, ::nd the Propaga- 
tion of Timber in his Majestie's Dominions, folio, London, 1664. 

[I. 1. 18.] 

Evelyn (John) Sylva. — A New Edition, with copious Notes, &c. by Dr. 
A. Hunter. 4to. York, 1776. [E. 23. 6.] 

KjEMpfebi (Engelberti) Amccnitatcs Exotica?, eomincntcs Plantarum Ja- 
ponicarum Icones et Descriptions, lto. Lcmgovito, 1712. j~E. ill. 2(3.] 

Mizaloi (Antonii) Medicus Hortus, et IIortensL' Pauperum Pharmaco- 
polium probatorum Remediorum locuples. Svo. Lutetue, l.*>7 1. 

[II. 10. ;J.l 

vi. The Animal Kingdom, or Zoology. 

(1) Anatomy of Animals, or Comi\\rati\ i; AN.no.MY.-GrNi:RAi. 
Histories or Animals. 

Blasii (Gcrardi) Anatome Animalium. 4to. Amstcl. I (JM . Y. 1 4. ! J. j 
Harwood (Sir Busick) A System of Comparative Anatomy ;:itd Phy>it>- 

logyi Vol. I. [no more published.] 4to. Cambridge, 1 ; ! [ L Jo. j-.l 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 170(5. [G^. 1 11. 

Willis (Thomse) De Anima Brutorum, qiur I lominis xitalis ae -eusitivn 

est, Exercitationes Dua?. 4to. Oxonii, 1670. [F. 1 :>. ,\s ] 

Snape (Andrew) The Anatomy of a Horse. To which i> added an Ap- 
pendix, containing a Discourse, 1. On the Generation of Animals ; 
2. On the Motion of the Chyle and the Circulation of the Blood, 
folio, London, 1686. [G. 11. 21.] 



ZOOLOGY. 



589 



Langrish (Browne) Physical Experiments upon Brutes. 8vo. London, 
1746. [P. 118. (6.)] 

Spallanzani (Abbe) An Essay on Animal Productions. Translated from 
the Italian. 8vo. London, 1769. [P. 304. (2.)] 

Gesneri (Conradi) Historia Animalium. 3 tomis, folio, Tiguri, 1551- 
1558. [F. 10. 1-3.] 

Jounstoni (Joannis) Historia Naturalis de Avibus, Quadruped i bus, Pis- 
cibus, et Insectis. 4 tomis, folio, Francof. 1650. [F. 9. 5-8.]] 

Raii (Joannis) Synopsis Animalium Quadrupedum et Serpentini generis. 
8vo. Londini, 1693. [Ee. 4. 46.] 

A Philosophical Survey of the Animal Creation. An Essay. 8vo. 
London, 1768. [F. 27. 33.] 

Memoirs for a Natural History of Animals, containing the Anatomical 
Descriptions of several Creatures, dissected by the Royal Academy of 
Sciences at Paris. Translated from the French by Alexander Pit field, 
folio, London, 1688. [K. 2. 18.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1688. [R. 15. 25.] 

Pennant (Thomas) British Zoology. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. 

[Ee. 2. 59-62.] 

Another Copy. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1767-70. [P. 3. 19-22.] 

Boreman (Thomas) A Description of Three Hundred Animals. 8vo. 
London, 1734. [R. 7. 22.] 

Boreman (Thomas) A Description of a great Variety of Animals and Ve- 
getables, being a Supplement to a Description of Three Hundred Ani- 
mals. 8vo. London, 1736. [G. 21. 18.] 



(2) Natural History of Birds, or Ornithology. 

Willouohby (Francis) Ornithology; wherein all the Birds hitherto 
known, are accurately described. Translated into English, with addi- 
tions, by John Ray. folio, London, 1678. [R. 15. 33.] 

Edwards (George) A Natural History of Uncommon Birds, and of some 
other rare and undescribed Animals. 7 vols. 4to. London, 1764. 

[Q. 3. 19-25.] 

A Discourse on the Emigration of British Birds. 8vo. London, 1795. 

[Hh. 3. 39.] 

Paris (John Ayrton) A Memoir on the Physiology of the Egg. 8vo. 
London, 1810. [Hh. 7. 26.] 



(3) Natural History of Fishes, or Ichthyology. 

Rondeletii (Gulielmi) De Piscibus Marinis Historia. folio, Lugdunj, 
1653. [F. 9. 27.] 

Willughbeii (Francisci) Historia Piscium. Edidit J. Raius. folio, 
Oxonii, 1686. [A. 12. 23.] 

Goiian (Ant.) Historia Piscium. — Histoire des Poissons. Latine et Gal- 
lice. 4to. Strasbourg, 1770. [Ee. 2. 63.] 



590 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Bloch (M. E.) GEconomische Natur-Geschichte der Fische Deutschland. 
(Natural History of German Fishes.) 4 vols. 4to. Berlin, 1785. 

[C. 23. 1-4.] 

Pauli Joyii De Piscibus Romaois Libellus. folio. Inter Opera. 

[D. 11. 14.] 



(4) Natural History op Insects, or Entomology. 

Moufeti (Thomae) Insectorum sive Minimorum Animalium Theatrum. 
folio, Londini, 1634. [F. 9. 17.] 

Redi (Francisci) Experimenta circa Generationem Insectorum. 18 mo. 
Amstelodami, 1671. [H. 17. 17.] 

Reaumur (M. de) Memoires pour servir a l'Histoire des Insectes. 4to. 
6 tomes, Paris, 1734-1742. [O. 8. 23-28.] 

LiNNiEi (Caroli) Entomologia, Faunae Suecae Descriptionibus aucta. Cu- 
rante et augente Carolo de Villers. 4 tomis, 8vo. Lugduni, 1789. 

[Ec. 3. 50-53.] 

*Kirby (William) and Spence (William) Introduction to Entomology. 
4 vols. 8vo. London, 1816-24. 

Adams (Geo.) Essays on the Microscope ; containing a General History 
of Insects. With Atlas of Plates. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1737. 

[E. 23. 18,19.] 

Bazin (N.) The Natural History of Bees, translated from the French. 
8vo. London, 1744. [A. 18. 72.] 

Wildman (Thomas) A Treatise on the Management of Bees, wherein is 
contained the Natural History of those Insects, with the various Me- 
thods of Cultivating them. To which are added, the Natural History 
of Wasps and Hornets, and the Means of Destroying them. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1768. [E, 24. 12.] 

Schoner (C. J.) Synonima Insectorum : oder Versuch eincr Synonimie 
den Insecten. Erster Band. Stockholm, 180G. [C. L>7. 18.*] 

Paykull (Gustavi) Fauna Suecica, Insecta complcctens, Tom. I. 8vo. 
Upsalia, 1790. [C. 27. 19.] 

Gould (William) Account of English Ants. 12mo. London, 1 70?. 

[P. 355. —} 



(5) Natural History of Zoophytes— Cox c ho uh. y ok Xatlrai, 
History of Siiulls. 

Ellis (John) The Natural History of many Curious and Uncommon 
Zoophytes, collected from various Parts of the Glohe. Systematically 
arranged by Daniel Solander, M.D. ito. London, K\Sii. [A. l.j. 5i).'j 

Da Costa (Emanuel Mendez) Elements of Conchotomy. 8vo. London, 
1776. [Q. 5. 16.] 



vii. Prodigies and Museums of Natural History. 

Pal£PHATU8 de Incredibilibus, Grsece ct Latino, cura J. Tollii. Amste- 
lodami, 1649. [A. 7. IS.] 



HISTORY OF MEDICINE. 



591 



Palaephatus de Incredibilibus, Greece «t Latind. 12mo. Londini, 1656. 

[A. 7. 14 ] 

Antigoni Carystii Historiarum Mirabilium Collectanea, Gr. et Lat. 
Joannes Meursiua recensuit et Notas addidit. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1619. 

[S. 2. 4.] 

Apollonii Dyscoli Alexandrini Historiae Commentitiae. Joannes Meur- 
siua recensuit, Syritagma de ejus Nominis Scrip tori bus et Coramentarium 
addidit. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1620. [F. 19. 10.J 

Julit Obsequehtis quae supersunt ex libro de Prodigiis, cum Animadver- 
sionibus Joannis SchefFcri et Supplementis Conradi Lycosthenis, curante 
Francisco Oudendorpio. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1720. [B. 7. 47.] 

Museum Wormianum, seu Historia Rerum Rariorum in jEdibus Au- 
thoris, adornata ab Olao Wo&mio. folio, Amstelodami, 1655. 

[F. 10. 5.] 

Jacobjbi (Orligeri) et Laubentzen (Joannis) Museum Regium ; seu 
Catalogus Rerum, tarn Naturalium quam Artificialium, quae in Basilic! 
Bibliothecae Regiae, Hauniae, asservantur. folio, Hauniae. [O. 4. 3.] 



IV. Medicine. 
1. History of Medicine. 

Donati (Marcelli) De Medicina Historia. 4to. Venet. 1588. [F. 15., 8.] 

Castkllani (Petri) Vitae Illustrium Medicorum. 12mo. Antverpiae, 
1617. [H. 19. 30.] 

Van Helmont (Joannis Baptistae) Ortus Medicine*. Id est, Initia Phy- 
sicae inaudita, Progressus Medicina; novus, in Morborum Ultionem ad 
Vitam longam. 4to. Amsterodami, 1648. QF. 15. 26.] 

Rubei (Francisei) Nocturne Exercitationes in Medicas Historias. 8vo. 
Hamburgi, 1660. [H. 20. 35.] 

Leclerc (Daniel) The History of Physick ; or, an Account of the Rise 
and Progress of the Art, and the several Discoveries therein from age 
to age ; with Remarks on the Lives of the most eminent Physicians. 
Translated from the French by Dr. Drake and Mr. Baden. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1699. [I. 14. 28.] 

Barchusek (Joh. Conr.) De Medicinae Origine et Progressu Disserta- 
tions. 4to. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1723. [K. 7. 8.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1710. [E. 7. 35.]] 

Freind (John) The History of Physic. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1725. 

[R. 12. 49,50.] 

MinoLXTONi (Conyers) De Medicorum, apud veteres Romanos degen- 
tium, Conditione servili et ignobili Dissertatio. Ejusdem Dissertation is 
Defensio. 4to. Opera, Tom. IV. [G. 9. 15.] 

Middletoni (Conyers) De Medicorum Romae degentium Conditione igno- 
bili et servili Defensio examinata. 8vo. Londini, 1728. [P. 226. (7.)] 

Clifton (Francis) The State of Physic, Ancient and Modern, briefly con- 
sidered ; with a Plan for the Improvement of it. 8vo. London, 1732. 

[R. 19. 23.] 



592 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Walker (Richard) Memoirs of Medicine, including a Sketch of its His- 
tory, from the earliest Accounts to the Eighteenth Century. Svo. 
London, 1799. [Ee. 2. 7.] 

Harle (Jonathan) An Essay on the State of Physick in the Old and 
New Testament : with a particular Account of the Cases mentioned in 
Scripture. 8vo. London, 1729. QP. 104. (2.)] 

Alpini (Prosperi) Mcdicina ^gyptiorum. 4to. Parisiis, 1(546. [F. 14. 5.] 

Barker (John) An Essay on the Agreement betwixt ancient and modern 
Physicians: ojr, a Comparison between the Practice of Hippocrates, 
Galen, Sydenham, and Boerhaave, in Acute Diseases. Svo. London, 
1747. [F. 21. 24.] 

Davies (Richard) The General State of Education in the Universities, 
with a particular View to the Philosophic and Medical Education. 
8vo. Bath, 1759. [P. 227. (3.)] 

Observations on the present State of the English Universities, occa- 
sioned by Dr. Daviess Account of the General Education in them. Svo. 
London; 1759. [P. 227. (4.)] 

A Letter from an Apothecary in London to his Friend, concerning the 
present Practice of Physic. . 8vo. London, 1752. [P. 112. (8.)] 

Blanshard (Wilkinsoni) Oratio Anniversaria in Collcgio Medieorum 
Londinensi. 4to. Londini, 1767. [P. l 2. (18.)] 

A Register of the Doctors of Physic in our Two Universities of Cam- 
bridge and Oxford. 18mo. 1695. [E. 8. 17.] 



2. The Collected Works of Antient and Modern 
Medical Writers. 

i. Works of Antient Writers, and Commentators thereon. 

Hippocratis, Galeni, et Oribasii Chirurgia, e Gr.ico in Latimun eon- 
versa, Vidio Florentino interprete. folio, Lutct. Paris. 1514. 

[F. l -\ 11.] 

Hippocratis Opera Omnia, Graece et Latine, ah Antonio Foesio. 1 torn, 
folio, Francofurti, 1595. [F. 12. 13,14.] 

Hippocratis Opera, Latine conscripta per Jatuun Formrimn. iMio. 1 »as i- 
lese, 1546. [F. 9. 1.] 

Hippocratis Coi et Claudii Galeni Pergamcni, Arehiarr^n, Opera. Cm a 
Renati Charterii. folio, 13 tomis in 8 vols. Parisiis. 10/!). [(.). 3. 1-8. J 

Henricii (Joannis) Hippocratis Magni OpKo<.\ sive in .1 u sj i : ; andum Cmn- 
tarius. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1643. [F. 15. 30.] 

Ten Rhyne (Wilhelmi) Meditationes in Magni J lippocratis toxtum xxiv. 
de Veteri Medicina. 18mo. Lug. Bat. lt>7~\ L H. 18. ll.j 

Hippocrates upon Air, Water, and Situation, &c. ; with an Account by 
Thucydides of the Plague of Athens: the whole translated by F. Clif- 
ton, M.R Svo. London, 1734, [F. 21.53.] 

Tachenii (Ottonis) Hippocrates Chimicus. \2iv.o. Brunsviga?. 1GG8. 



ANTIENT MEDICAL WRITERS. ' 598 



Ejutdem Hippocraticae Medicinae Claris. 12mo. Francofurti, 1669. « 

[H. 18. 42.] 

Galeni Opera, Greed et Latine. 9 tomis, folio, Basileae, 1538-61. 

[F. 12. 15-28.] 

Lacunae (Andreae) Epitomes omnium Galeni Operum Sectio Quarta ; nec 
non Annotations in Galeni Interpretes. 12mo. Lugduni, 1558. 

[E. 17. 34.] 

Hippocrates and Celaus : — The Aphorisms of Hippocrates, and the Sen- 
tences of Celsus, translated, with additional Aphorisms, by Sir Conrad 
Sprengell. 8vo. London, 1735. [A. 18. 85.] 

Medico Artis Principes post Hippocratem et Gale num. folio, apud 
H. Stephanum, 1567. [F. 11. 22.] 

Grccci, Latinitate donati. Alexander Tralhanus. 

Aretaeus. Actuarius. 

Ruffus Ephesius. Nic. My reps us. 
Oribasius. 

Paulus jEgineta. Latitii. 
Sextus Philosophus Platonicus. Corn. Celsus. 

iEtius. Scrib. Largus. 

Philaretus. Marcellus Empiricus. 

Aurelii Cornelii Celsi de Medicina Libri VIII. cum Notis Variorum. 
Cura T. J. ab Almeloveen. 8vo. Roterodami, 1750. Qli. 5. 3.] 

Aretjei Cappadocis De Causis et Signis Acutorum et Diuturnorum 
Morborum Libri Quatuor. Cum MSS. Duobus Harleyano et Vati- 
cano contulit novamque versionem dedit Johannes Wigan. folio, 
Oxoniae, 1723. [C. 12. 19.] 

Petiti (Petri) In tres Prioris Aretaei Cappadocis Libros Commentarii. 
4to. Londini, 1726. [K. 6. 26.] ' 

Alexandri Tralliani De Pestilentia Graece, cum Goupili castigationibua. 
folio, Parisiis, 1548. [F. 9. 26.] 

Torini in Alexandrum Trallianum Paraphrasis. folio, Basileae, 1541. 

[F. 9. 32.] 

Rufi Ephesii De Vesicae Renumque morbis — De purgantibus Medica- 
mentis — De partibus corporis humani. Edidit Gulielmus Clinch, M.D. 
4to. Londini, 1726. [G. 14. 10.] 

Aureliani Calii de Morbis Acutis et Chronicis Libri VIII. Recensuit, 
notulasque adjecit Johannes Conradus Ammon. 4to. Amstelodami. 
1709. [E. 7. 28.] 

Rhaza de Pestilentia ex Syrorura Lingua in Graecam translatus. folio, 
Lutetiae, 1548. [F. 9. 26.] 

Iacchini ( Leonard i) In nonum librum Rasis, Arabis Medici, ad Alman- 
sorem regem, De parti um morbis, Eruditissimus Commentarius. 4to. 
Lugduni, 1622. [H. 20. 1.] 

Mm Amideni Libri XVI. In quo opere cuncta quae ad curandi artem 
congesta sunt, folio, Basileae, 1535. [F. 9. 28.] 

AnczKim Canon, cum Commentariis Gentilis de Fuliginio, Averroia 
Cordubensis, Jacobi de Partibus, Mathei de Gradi, Bini Florentini, 

2 Q 



m PHILOSOPHY. 

Ugonit Seneniis, Thadei Florentini, et Gentilis Florentini. 5 tomis. 
' folio, Venetiis, 1523. [M. 2. 17-21.] 
Kirstenii (Petri) De Canone Avicennae. folio, Bresla?, 1609. [H. 9. 24.] 



ii. The Collected Works of Modern Medical Writers. 

Etmulleri (Michaelis) Opera Medica. S torn, folio, Amstel. 1696. 

[F. 13. 19-21.] 

Fallopii (Gabrielis) Opera de Re Medica. folio, Francofurti, 1584. 

V r [F. 10. 12.] 

Fracastorii (Hieronymi) Opera Medica. 4to. Venet. 1584. 

[F. 14. 23.] 

Freind (Johannis) Opera Omnia Medica. folio, Londini, 1733. 

[N. 4. 5.} 

Gorlei (Joannis) Opera Medica. folio, Parisiis, 1622. [F. 11. 19.] 

Harveii (Gulielrai) Opera Omnia. 2 torn. 4to. Londini, 17GG. 

[D. 3. 22,23.] 

Heurnh (Joannis) Opera Medica. folio, Lugd. 1658. [F. 11. 12.] 

Joelis (Francisci) Opera Medica. 6 tomis in 3 vols. 4to. Rostochii, 
1652-48-50-22-29-31. [H. 20. 8.9,14.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4 tomis in 2 vols. 4to. Rostochii, 1018-22-30- 

48. [H. 20. 10,16.] 

Mead (Richard) Medical Works. 4to. London, 1762. [O. 8. 3.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Dublin, 1767. [Ec. 4. 20.] 

Merc ati (Ludovici) Opera de Rc Medica. 2 torn, folio, Francofurti, 
1608. [F. 10. 10,11.] 

Paracelsi (Aurclii Philippi) Opera Medico-Chemico-Chirurgica. folio, 
Genevae, 1658. [F. 11. 21.] 

Pitcairn (Archibald) Whole Works, published by himself. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1727. [E. 21. 1.] 

Read (Alexander) Works. 4to. London, 1050. [E. 1. 20.] 

Poterii (Petri) Opera Omnia Medica et Chemica. Svo. Lugduni, 1(5 45. 

[H. 20. 20. j 

Sal^e (Angeli) Opera Medico-Chvmica. 4to. Rothomngi, lii "»0. 

[F. i t. 

Sennerti (Danielis) Opera in Re Medica. 3 torn, folio, Lu^duni, ln.30. 

[F. 11. 6 -8. J 

Sydenham (Tbomae) Opera Universa. Svo. Lug. Hat. 17 41. 

[Ke. 4. 24.] 

Sydenham (Thomas) Works, translated from the Latin bv John Pechey, 
M.D. 8vo. London, 1740. [A. 18. 84.] 

Vioierii (Jo.) Opera Medico-Chirurgica. 1 to. I Iaga -Coniitinn, 165f>. 

[F. 15. 34.] 

Zacutu Lusitani Opera Medica. folio, 2 torn. Lugd. 16-37. [F. 1 1. 1*,10.] 



PHYSIOLOGY, OR BIOLOGY. 595 



3. Physiology, or Biology. 

Haller (Albert) Physiology ; being a Course of Lectures upon the Vis- 
ceral Anatomy and Vital (Economy of Human Bodies. 2 volt. 8vo. 
London, 1754. [Ee. 4. 25,26.] 

Rscentiorum Disceptationes de Motu Cordis, Sanguinis, et Chyli in 
Animalibus. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1647. [H. 20. 15.] 

Barry (Edward) A Treatise on the Three Different Digestions and Dis- 
charges of the Human Body, and the Diseases of their Principal 
Organs. 8vo. London, 1759. [G. 26. 11.] 

Charletoni (Gualteri) Excercitationes Physico-Anatomicae de CEconomia 
Animali. 18mo. Londini, 1659. [E. 8. 11.] 

Claudii (Joannis) De Nutritione Foetus in utero Paradoxa. 4to. Dan- 
tisci, 1655. [D. 14. 5.] 

Claudini (Julii Caesar is) De Ingressu ad Infirmos Libri Duo. 12 mo. 
Basileae, 1641. [H. 18. 4.] 

Davies (Richard) Essays to promote the Experimental Analysis of the 
Human Blood. 8vo. Bath, 1760. [P. 227. (5.)] 

The History of Generation, examining the several Opinions of divers 
Authors, especially that of Sir Kenelm Dioby. 12rao. London, 1651. 

[G. 8. 41.] 

Du Verney (Mons.) A Treatise of the Organ of Hearing. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1737. [R. IS. 77.] 

Fieni (Thomae) De Viribus Imaginationis. 18mo. Lug. Bat. 1685. 

[G. 16, 6.] 

Fieni (Thomae) De Viribus Imaginationis. 12mo. Londini, 1657. 

[F. 17. 9.] 

Flemyno (Malcolm) The Nature of the Nervous Fluid, or Animal 
Spirits, demonstrated. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 141. (4.)] 

Gorter (J. D.) De Perspiratione insensibili Sanctoriana-Batava Trac- 
tates, experimentis confirmata. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1725. [R. 8. 37.] 

Harveii (Guil.) Exercitatiodes de Generatione Animalium. 4to. Lon» 

dini, 1651. [F. 15. 1.] 
Exemplar aliud. 12rao. Amst. 1651. [D. 17. 81.] 

Hey (William) Observation on the Blood. 8vo. London, 1779. 

[Hh. 2. 26.] 

Kxill (James) Essays on several Parts of the Animal Economy. 8vo. 

London, 1717. [A. 18. 86.] 
Kinnbir (David) Essay on the Nerves and the Doctrine of the Animal 

Spirits. With a Dissertation on Gout and Digestion. 8vo. London, 

1789. [P. 104. (1.)] 
Lehnii (Laevini) De Miraculis Occultis Naturae. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1581. 

[H. 19. 4.] 

Magirii (Johannis) Physiologiae Peripatcticae Libri Sex, cum Commen- 
tariis. Accessit de Memoria Artificiosa quatuor Tractatus. 4to. Can- 
tabrigiae, 1642. [G. 8. 25.] 

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596 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Marci (Joannis) Idearum Operatricium Idea ; sive Hypotyposis et De- 
tectio illius occulta? virtutis, quae Seraina foecundat, et ex iisdem Cor- 
pora organ ica producit. 4to. Pragae, 1635. [H. 20. 13.] 

Mead (Ric.) De linperio Solis ac Lunae in Corpora Humana et Morbis 
inde oriundis. 8vo. London, 1746. [E. 26. 23.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Amst. 1710. [F. 27. 23.] 

Mead (Richard) On the Influence of the Sun and Moon on Humane 
Bodies. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 78. (2.)] 

Parsons (James) A Mechanical and Critical Inquiry into the Nature 
of Hermaphrodites. 8vo. London, 1741. [A. 18. 82.] 

Paxton (P.) An Essay concerning the Body of Man ; wherein its 
Changes or Diseases are considered, and the Operation of Medicines 
observed. 8vo. London, 1701. [M. 6. 9.] 

Sinibadi (Jo. Benedicti) Geneanthropeia ; sive de Hominis Gcnerationc 
Decateuchon. folio, Romae, 1642. [F. 9. 13.] 

Stearne (Joh.) De Morte Dissertatio. 12mo. Dublini, 165!). 

[K. 14. 78] 

Thurston (M.) De Respirationis Usu Primario. 8vo. Londini, 1670. 

[D. 17. 2.] 

Veltiiusii (Lamberti) Tractatus duo Medico-Physica ; unus de Liene, 
alter de Generatione. 24mo. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1657. [B. 8. 17.] 

Weckeri (Joannis Jacobi) De Secretis Libri XVII. ex variis Auctoribus 
collecti. 8vo. Basileae, 1582. [H. 1*). 23.] 

Welsteo (Roberti) De iEtate Vergente et de Adulta iEtate. 8vo. Lon- 
dini, 1724. [R. 10. 46.] 

Werenfels (Samuel) A Dissertation upon Superstition in Natural 
Things, and Thoughts on the Power of Curing the King's Evil, 
ascribed to the Kings of England. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 141.(8.)] 

Whytt (Dr. Robert) Physiological Essays. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1761. 

[Dd. 4. 76.] 

Wintringham (Clifton) An Enquiry into the Exility of the Vessels of 
the Human Body. Wherein Animal Identity is shown to be incom- 
municable to any individual in the whole Species. Svo. London, 1 74.5. 

[1>. -US. 



The Case of Mary Toft. 

The Anatomist Dissected; or, the Man-Midwife finely brought to lied: 
an Examination of the Conduct of Mr. St. Andre, touching the late 
pretended Rabbit-bearer. 8vo. Westminster, 17:27. [_P. 132.(9.)] 

The several Depositions relating to the Affair of Mary Toft, of Godal- 
ming, in Surrey, being delivered of several Rabbits, as taken before 
Lord Onslow, *at Guildford and Clandon, Dec. > and 4, 172(>. 8vo. 
London, 1727. [P. 132. (11.)] 

The Exact Diary observed during a constant Attendance upon Mary 
Toft, the pretended Rabbit-breeder, of Godahning, in Surrey, from 
Monday, Nov. 28, to Wednesday, Dec. 7, following. Together with 
an Account of her Confession of the Fraud. l>y Sir Richard Man- 
ningham, Knt. 8vo. London, 1726. [P. 132. (K).)J 



ART FO PRESERVING HEALTH. 597 



4. Hygieine, or the Art of Preserving Health. 

Boldo (Bartolomeo) Libro della Natura et Virtu delle Cose che nutris- 
cono, et delle Cose Non naturali. 4to. Venetia, 1586. [G. 7. 40.] 

Burton (John) A Treatise on the Nonnaturals, in which the great In- 
fluence they have on Human Bodies is set forth, and mechanically 
accounted for. 8vo. York, 1737. [P. 227. (1.)] 

Cbeyne (George) An Essay of Health and Long Life. 8vo. London, 
1725. [Ee. 4. 11.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1734. [Ee. 4. 12.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1734. [A. 17. 40.] 

Remarks on Dr. Cheyne's Essay on Health and Long Life, wherein some 

Notorious Contradictions and False Reasonings are laid open. 8vo. 

London, 17—. [P. 268. (10.)] 

Corn a ho (Lewis) Sure and Certain Methods of attaining a Long and 
Healthful Life, with the Means of correcting a Bad Constitution. 
12mo. London, 1727. [C. 18. 27.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1737. [P. 352. (7.)] 

Floyer (Sir John) The Galenic Art of preserving' Old Mens Healths, 
explained. 8vo. London, 1724. [P. 193. (2.)] 

Lecaan (John Polus) Advice to the Gentlemen in the Army of her 

Majesty's Forces, in Spain and Portugal, on the Preservation of their 

Health. 8vo. London, 1708. [M. 19. 17.] 
tiND (James) On the Means of preserving the Health of Seamen. 8vo. 

London, 1757. [F. 26. 26.] 
Mackenzie (James) The History of Health, and the Art of Preserving 

it. 8vo. London, 1759. [F. 25. 82.] 
Matn waring (Edward) A Method of enjoying Health, Vigour, and 

Long Life. 8vo. London, 1683. [R. 13. 37.] 

Sanctorii (Sanctorii) De Statica Medicina Aphorismi : accessit S tati co- 
mas tix, sive ejusdem Artis Demolitio Hippolyti Obicii. 18mo. 
Lipsiae. [H. 17. 16.] 

Quincy (John) Medicina Statica : being the Aphorisms of Sancton us, 
translated into English, with large Explanations. 8vo. London, 1728. 

[E. 26. 20.] t 

Schola Salemitena : sive de conservandd Valetudine Praecepta Metrica, 
Auctore Joanne de Mediolano ; cum Arnoldi Villanovani in singula 
capita exegesi, ex recensione Zachariae Sylvii. 12mo. Hagae Comi- 
tum, 1683. [L. 8. 28.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Venetiis. [G. 27. 5.] 

Starket (George) Nature's Explication and Helmont's Vindication ; or 
a Short and Sure Way to a Long and Sound Life. 12 mo. London, 
1657. [H. 18. 38.] 

The Old Man's Guide to Health and Long Life ; with Rules for Diet, 
Exercise, and Physic ; preserving a good Constitution and preventing 
a bad one. 8vo. London. [P. 225. (7.)] 



598 



PHILOSOPHY, 



Tlssot (S. A. D.) Advice to the People in general, with regard to 

their Health. Translated from the French, with Notes, hy J. Kirk- 

patrick, M.D. 8vo. London, 1771. [Ee. 4. 23.] 
Umfrevillb (Thomas) The Case of John Ferguson, who hath lived more 

than eighteen years only on Water, Whey, or Barley Water. 8vo. 

London, 1743. [P. 117. (12.)] 

Waine wright (Jeremiah) A Mechanical Account of the Non-Naturals. 
8vo. London, 1708. [B. 6. 2.] 



5. Dietetics, or Treatises on Diet and Regimen. 

Simeonis Sethi Syntagma de Alimentorum Facultatibus, Graece et 
Latine, cum enarrationibus Martini Bogdani. 8vo. [H. 19. 20.] 

Lemery (L. M.) Treatise of all sorts of Foods, both Natural and Vege- 
table, also of Drinkables. 12mo. London, 1745. [G. 21. 26.] 

Arbuthnot (John) An Essay concerning the Nature of Aliments, and 
the Choice of them, according to different Constitutions. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1756. [O. 6. 42.] 

Arbuthnot (John) An Essay concerning the Effects of Air on Human 
Bodies. 8vo. London, 1733. [O. C. 43.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [A. 16. 68.] 

Baynard (Edward) The History of Cold Bathing, both Ancient and 
Modern. 8vo. London, 1722. [Ee. 4. 3.] 

Cheyne (George) An Essay on Regimen. 8rvo. London, 1 740. 

[F. 21. 4.] 

Cocchi (Antonio) The Pythagorean Diet of Vegetables only conducive 
to the Preservation of Health. 8vo. London, 1 ? 45. [P. 117. (9.)] 

Dosste (Robert) An Essay on Spirituous Liquors, with regard to their 
Effects on Health, and on the comparative Wholesomeness of Rum and 
Brandy. 8vo. London. [P. 277. (4.)] 

Floyer (Sir John) The Ancient YYXPOAOY2IA Revived ; or an 
Essay to prove Cold Bathing both safe and useful, Svo. London, 
1706. [P. 6. 26.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1702. [M. 19. 42.] 

Fordyce (George) A Treatise on the Digestion of Food. Svo. London, 
1791. [Ee. 4. 17.] 

Fuller (Francis) Mcdicina Gymna&tiai ; or a Treatise concerning the 
Power of Exercise, with respect to the Animal Economy, and the 
great Necessity of it in the Cure of several Distempers. Svo. London, 
1718. [A, 18. 81.] 

Grindall (Martin) On the Benefit of Warm Beer. Svo. London, 1741. 

[P. 104. (9.)] 

King (John) An Essay on Hot and Cold Bathing. Svo. London, 1737. 

[l>. 90. (1.)] 

Ovington (John) An Essay upon the Nature and Qualities of Tea. 
12mo. London, 1699. [P. 348. (1.)] 



GENERAL TREATISES ON MEDICINE. 599 



Pbbciyal (Thomas) Experiments and Observations on Water, particu- 
larly on the hard Pump Water of Manchester. 8vo. London, 1769. 

[P. 268. (5.)] 

Rolston (Samuel) OIN02 KPI0INO2, a Dissertation concerning Bar- 
ley Wine. 4to. Oxford, 1750. [P. 10. (1.)] 

Short (Thomas) A Rational Discourse on the Inward Uses of Water ; 
its Nature, Choice, and Agreeableness to the Solids and Fluids. 8vo* 
London, 1725. [P. 193. (1.)] 

A Treatise on Warm Drink. 12mo. Cambridge, 17 — . [B. 8. 28.] 
Directions and Observations relative to Food, Exercise, and Sleep. 
8to. London, 1772. [P. 287. (9.)] 



6. Pathology and Therapeutics; or the Knowledge 
and Art of Healing Diseases. 

i. Dictionaries and General Treatises on Medicine. 

Casyelli (Bartholomsei) Lexicon Medicum Graeco-Latinum, ex Hippo- 
crate et Galeno desumptum. 12mo. Venetiis, 1626. [H. 19. 28.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Roterodami, 1644. [K. 18. 23.] 

Ravesteinii (Adriani) Lexicon Medicum Graeco-Latinum. 12 mo. Rote- 
rodami, 1657. [E. 16. 13.] 

Quikct (John) Lexicon Pbysico- Medicum. 8vo. London, 1730. 

[E. 26. 19.] 

Jakes (Robert) A Medical Dictionary ; including Physic, Surgery, 
Anatomy, Chymistry, and Botany, in all their Branches relative to 
Medicine, folio, 3 vols. London, 1743-45. [0.8. 17-19.] 

Allen (John) Synopsis Mcdkinct ; a Collection of the Opinions of the 
most celebrated Authors concerning Diseases and their Remedies. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1730. [Ee. 4. 1,2.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8 vo. London, 1740. [R. 11.41,42.] 

Alplnub (Prosper) The Presages of Life and Death in Diseases, trans- 
lated by R. James. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1746. [Q. 4. 13,14.] 

Praxis Barbettiana ; cum Notis et Observationibus Frederici Btckeri. 
18 mo. Lug. Bat. 1669. [H. 18. 45.] 

Boerhaave (Hermann!) Aphorismi de cognoscendis et curandis Morbis. 
12 mo. Edinburgh 1744. [Dd. 4. 68.] 

Van Swieten (Gerardi) Commentaria in Hermanni Boerhaavii Aphoris- 
mos de cognoscendis et curandis Morbis. 3 tomis 4to. Parisiis, 
1747-1755. [H. 24. 10-12.] 

Van Swieten (Gerard) Commentaries upon the Aphorisms of Boerhaave. 
8 vols. 8vo. London, 1744-1747. [A. 16. 69-76.] 

Boerhaave (Hermanni) Institutiones Medics in usus annuae exercita- 
tionis domesticos. 12 mo. Edinburgh 1752. [Dd. 4. 69.] 

Boerhaave (Hermann) Medical Correspondence, containing the various 
symptoms of Chronical Distempers, their Method of Cure and Reme- 
dies. 8vo. London, 1745. [Ee. 4. 7.] 



600 PHILOSOPHY. 

Bonnest (Edward) Medicina Instaurata; or, A Brief Account of the 

True Grounds and Principles of the Art of Physick. 12mo. London, 

1665. [H. 19. 40.] 
Brookes (Richard) The General Practice of Physic, extracted from the 

Writings of the most celebrated Practical Physicians, &c 8vo. 2 vols. 

London, 1771. [Ee. 4. 8,9.] 
Brown (John) The Elements of Medicine, translated from the Latin, with 

Comments and Illustrations, by Dr. Beddoes. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 

1795. [K. 26. 3,4.] 

Buchan (William) Domestic Medicine; or a Treatise on the Prevention 
and Cure of Diseases by Regimen and simple Medicines. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1774. [Ee. 4. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1772. [G. 24. 12.] 

Burnett (Thbmae) Thesaurus Medicinae Practicae, ex praestantissimo- 
rum Veterum, turn Recentiorum Medicorum. 4to. London, 1673. 

[E. 20. 5.] 

Capivaccii (Hieronymi) Methodus, seu Am Curativa. 8vo. Francofurti, 

1614. [H. 19. 13.] 
Cheyne (George) The Natural Method of curing the Disorders of the 

Body, and the Disorders of the Mind depending on the Disorders of 

the Body. 8 vo. London, 1742. [A. 17. 39.] 
Claudini (J. C.) Empyrica Rationalis. folio, Bononiae, 1653. 

[F. 11. 24.] 

Cullen (Gulielmi) Synopsis Nosologiae Methodicae. 8vo. Edinburgi, 

1772. [Gg. 5. 30.] 
Cullen (Gulielmi) Synopsis Nosologiae Methodicae, with an English 

Translation by John Thomson, M.D. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1814. 

[Ee. 2. o9.] 

Cullen (William) First Lines of the Practice of Phvsic. 8vo. 4 vols. 
Edinburgh, 1777-1784. [Ee. 4. 13-16.] 

Another Copy. Best edition. 8vo. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1S02. 

[E. 2. 30,31.] 

De le Boe (Francisci) Praxeos Medicas Idea Nova. lSmo. Lug. Bat. 

1671. [H. 17. 13.] 
Fernelii (Joannis) Universa Medicina. 8vo. Francofurti, 1607. 

[II. i<>. c] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 16i5. [H. 20. 22.} 

Fernelii (Joannis) Therapeutices Universalis, sou Medendi Rationis 

Libri Septem. 8vo. Hanoviae, 1607. [H. 19. 7.j 
Fordyce (George) Elements of the Practice of Physic. 8vo. London. 

1791. [A. 16. 45.] 

Frambesarii (Abrahami) Schola Medica. 12mo. Lug. Bat. 164 7. 

[II. 18. 39.] 

•Good (John Mason) A Physiological System of Nosology. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1817." 

•Good (John Mason) The Study of Medicine, Second Edition. 5 vols. 
8vo. London, 1825. 

GoEMl (Petri) Compendium totius Medicinae. 1 81110. Francofurti, 1584. 

N ' r r 1 r 1 7 i .t 1 



GENERAL TREATISES ON MEDICINE. 601 



Gregory (Jacobi) Conspectus Medicine Theoretics ad usum Academi- 
cum. 8vo. Edinburgi, 1815. [Ee. 2. 32.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8 vo» Edinburgi, 1818. [Ee. 2. 33.] 

Heister (Laurence) A Compendium of the Practice of Physic. Trans- 
lated from the Latin by Edmund Barker, M.D. 8vo. London, 1757. 

[Ee. 4. 18.] 

Heurnii (I.) De Morbis. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1594. [F. 15. 3.] 
Heurnii (I.) Praxis Medicinae. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1690. [F. 15. 6.] 
James (R.) The Modern Practice of Physic, as improved by the Profes- 
sors II. Boerhaave and F. Hoffman. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1746. 

[R. 19. 89,40.] 

Jonstoni (Johannis) Idea Universae Medicinae Practice. 12 mo. Amste- 
lodami, 1648. [H. 19. 34.] 

Lanorish (Brown) Modern Theory and Practice of Physic. 8vo. 
Lonfion, 1785. [A. 18. 90.] 

Laurentii (Andreee) De Crisibus Libri Tres. 12mo. Francofurti, 1596. 

[H. 19. 85.] 

Moebii (Gothofredi) Fundamenta Medicinae Physiologies. 4to. Jenae, 
1661. [F. 15. 86.] 

Nihell (James) New and Extraordinary Observations concerning the 
Prediction of various Crises by the Pulse, independent of the Criti- 
cal Signs delivered by the Ancients. 8vo. London, 1744. [P. 280. (6.)] 

Parkinson (John) Medical Admonitions addressed to Families, respect- 
ing the Practice of Domestic Medicine and the Preservation of Health. 
2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1799. [R. 19. 52.] 

Platearii de Simplici Medicina Liber. 4 to. Lugduni, 1524. 

[F. 14. 22.] 

Plateri (Felicis) Praxeos Medicae Opus. 4to. Basil. 1656. 

[F. 14. 20.] 

Rsgii (Henrici) Medicinae Libri Quatuor. 4to. Trajecti ad Rhenuno, 

1657. [H.20. 11.] 
RrvERii (Lazari) Praxis Medica. 8vo. Lutetiae Parisiorum, 1644. 

[H. 20. 29.] 

Observationes Medicje et Curationes Insignes. 8vo. Londini, 

1646. [H.20. 37.] 
Rosa Anglic a : Practical Medicina a Capite ad Pedes, folio. Venet. 

mfctt. [F. 9. 20.] 

Schroderi (Joannis) Ars Medica. 4to. Francofurti, 1648. 

[F. 15. 23.] 

Sennerti (Danielis) Institutionum Medicinae Libri V. 4to. Witeber- 
gae, 1620. [C. 6. 10.] 

Epitome Institutionum Medicinae et Librorum de Febribus Danielis Sen- 
nerti. 12mo. Patavii, 1644. [H. 18. 35.] 

Sbyerini (Petri) Idea Medicinae Philosophicae, fundamenta continens 
tbtius Doctrinae Paracelsicae, Hippocraticae, et Galenicae. 12 mo. 
Erfurti, 1616. [H. 19. 31.] 

Shaw (Peter) A New Practice of Physic. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1730. 

[R. 19. 16,17.] 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



Silvatici (Matthaei) Pandectas Medietas, folio, Paviae, mtfbttt. 

[F. 9. SO.] 

Theobald (John) Every Man his own Physician. A Collection of Effi- 
cacious and Approved Remedies for every Disease incident to the Hu- 
man Body. 8vo. London, 1764. [P. 268. (7.)] 

Thomas (Robert) The Modern Practice of Physic. 8vo. London, 1813. 

[Gg. 5.21.] 

Townsend (Joseph) A Guide to Health, being Cautions and Directions 
in the Treatment of Diseases. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1795-96. 

[Ee. 2. 5,6.] 



ii. Treatises on Particular Diseases. 

(1) Diseases incident to Various Professions. 

De Mouchy (Solomon) An Essay on the Causes and Cure of the Usual 
Diseases in Voyages to the West Indies. With the Preservatives 
against them. 8vo. London, 1762. [P. 268. (2.)] 

Ramazzini (Bern.) and Hoffman (Fred.) Health preserved ; in two 
treatises on the Diseases of Artificers, and on those Distempers which 
arise from climates, situations, and methods of life. Translated by H. 
James, M.D. 8vo. London, 1750. [A. 19. 48.] 

Tissot (S. A.D.) An Essay on Diseases incident to Literary and Sedentary 

Persons. 12mo. London, 176f). [Hh. 4. 31.] 
Tissot (S. A. D.) An Essay on the Disorders of People of Fashion. 8vo. 

London, 1771. [Hh. 2. 26.] 

Pringle (Sir John) Observations on the Diseases of the Army. 8vo. 
London, 1753. [D. 21. 19.] 

Van Swieten (Gerard) An Account of the most Common Diseases of 
Armies. 8vo. London, 1762. [F. 26. 26.] 



(2) Disorders, &c. incident to Women and Ciiilduin. — 
Nursing of Children. 

Hamilton (Alexander) A Treatise on the Management of Female Com- 
plaints. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1813. [Ee. 2. 10.] 

Charletoni (Gualteri) Inquisitio Physica do Causis Catameniorum. 
8vo. Londini, 1685. [F. 18. 28.] 

Freind (John) Emmenologia: written in Latin, translated into Eng- 
lish by Thomas Dale, M. D. 8vo. London, 1729. [G. 26. 12.] 

Bracken (Henry) The Midwife's Companion; or, a Treatise of Mid- 
wifery, wherein the whole Art is explained. 12mo. London, 1737. 

[A. 19. i:>8.] 

Counsell (George) The London New Art of Midwifery. 8vo. London, 
1758. [R. 14. 7.] 

Douglas (John) State of Midwifery in London and Westminster. 8vo. 
London, 1706. [P. 104. (10.)] 

White (Charles) A Treatise on the Management of Pregnant and Lying- 
in Women. 8vo. London, 1773. [Ee. 4. 22.] 



DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN, &c. 608 



Cabman (Wflliam) Upon Nursing and the Management of Children 
from the Birth to three years of age. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[P. 141. (1.)] 

Observations upon the proper Nursing of Children from a long series 
of experience. 8vo. London, 1761. [P. 225. (11.)] 

Theobald (John) The Young Wife's Guide in the Management of her 
Children from their birth to the age of seven years. 8vo. London, 
1764. [P. 268. (8.)] 

Gussonii (Francisci) De Rachitide, sive Morbo Puerili, qui vulgd Ric- 
kets dicitur, Tractatus. 8vo. Londini, 1650. [H. 18. 2.] 



(3) Apoplexy and other Affections of the Head. 

Wxpfsbi (Joh. Jacobi) Historia Apoplecticorum. 12mo. Amstel. 1724. 

[R. 14. 42.] 

Cabagnbsii (Jacobi) Brevis, facilisque Method lis curandorum Capitis 
Affectuum. 8vo. Cadorai, 1618. [H. 19. 11.] 

Quercetani (Josephi) Tetras gravissimorum totius Capitis Affectuum. 
12mo. Marpurgi, 1606. [H. 19. 88.] 



(4) Asthma, Cold, and Sore Throat. 

Floter (Sir John) A Treatise on Asthma. 8vo. London, 1726. 

[F. 25. 7.] 

Smith (J. G.) Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis de Asthmate. 8vo. Edin- 
burgh 1810. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Chandler (John) Treatise on a Cold. 8vo. London, 1761. [P. 268. (1.)] 

Fotheroill (John) An Account of the Sore Throat attended with Ul- 
cers. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 142. (8.)] 

Huxham (John) Dissertation on the Malignant Ulcerous Sore Throat. 
8vo. London, 1757. [P. 230. (1.)] 



(5) Epidemic and Contagious Disorders. — Fevers. 

An Inquiry into the Causes of the present Epidemical Diseases. 8vo. 
London, 1729. [P. 90. (6.)] 

Russell (Ricardi) CEconomia Naturae in Morbis acutis et chronicia 
Glandularum. 8vo. Londoni, 1755. [F. 22. 2.] 

Wintrinoh a m (Clifton) A Treatise of Endemic Diseases. 8vo. York, 
1718. [A. 17. 42.] 

Wintringham (Clifton) An Essay on Contagious Diseases. 8vo. York, 
1721. [A. 17. 42.] 

Bellini (L.) A Mechanical Account of Fevers. 8vo. London, 1720. 

[D. 22. 30.] 

Blackburne (William) Facts and Observations concerning the Preven- 
tion and Cure of Scarlet Fever. 8vo. London, 1803. [Ee. 4. 6.] 

Chbtmb (George) A new Theory of acute and slow continued Fevers. 
8vo. London, 1722. [P. 70. (4.)] 



604 PHILOSOPHY. 

Clark (John) A Collection of Papers, intended to promote an Institution 
for the Cure and Prevention of Infectious Fevers, in Newcastle and 
other populous towns. l£mo. 2 vols. Newcastle, 1802. 

[Ee. 4. 79,80.] 

Clutton (Joseph) A Method of curing Continued Fevers. 8vo. London, 
1735 [P. 90. (3.)] 

Curry (John) An Essay on Ordinary Fevers. 8vo. London, 1743. 

• [l*. 332. (4. )j 

Curry (John) Some Thoughts on the Nature of Fevers, on the Causes of 

their becoming so frequently mortal, and on the Means to prevent it. 

London, 1774. [P. 287. (4.)] 

Etherington (George) General Cautions in the Cure of Fevers, calcu- 
lated to supply the Want of a regular Medical Education and exten- 
sive Reading on those subjects. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 230. 5.] 

Fordyce (George) A Dissertation on Simple Fever. 8vo. London, 1 794. 

[A. 1(5. 44.] 

A Third Dissertation on Fever, Part I, containing the History and 

Method of Treatment of a regular continued Fever, supposing it is left 
to pursue its ordinary course. 8vo. London. 1798. [1. 21. 20.] 

Freind (John) Nine Commentaries upon Fevers ; and Two Epistles con- 
cerning the Small Pox, addressed to Dr. Mead. Translated from the 
Latin by Thomas Dale, M. D. 8vo. London, 1730. [A. 18. 89.] 

Hancocks (John) Febrifugiuni Magnum : or Common Water the best Cure 
for Fevers. 8vo. London, 1723. [P. 78. (3.)] 

HuxHAM(John) Essay on Fevers. 8 vo. London, 1750. [A. 18. 87.] 

James (Robert) A Dissertation on Fevers and Inflammations. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1749. [P. 332. (6.)] 

Lind (James) Two Papers on Fevers and Infection, read before the 
Philosophical and Medical Society in Edinburgh. 8vo. London, 17(33. 

[P. 230. (3.)] 

Manningham (Sir Richard) The Causes and Cure of the Febricula. Svo. 

London, 1746. [P. 332. (.5.)] 
Primerosii (Jacobi) De Febribus Libri IV. 4to. Roterodami. UmS. 

[F. Lj. 33.] 

Pringle (Sir John) Observations on the Nature and Cure of Jayl Fevers. 
In a Letter to Dr. Mead. Svo. London, 1750. [P. 14& (4.V 1 

Srother (Edward) Observations on Epidemical Fever. Svo. London, 
1729. [P. 90. (5.)] 

Observations on the Present Epidemic Fever. Svo. London, ] 71) 1 . 

[lib. S. 12.] 

(6) The Plagie. 

Thomson (George) Aotfiorofjita, or the Pest Anatomized. 1 2mo. Lon- 
don, 1666. [H. 18. 37.] 

Hodges (Nathaniel) AoifioXoyia : or a Historical Account of the Plague 
in London in 1665. With remarks on the Infection now in France, and 
the most probable Means to prevent its spreading lie re. By John 
Quincy, M. D. 8vo. London, J 720. [P. 1 70, ( 1 i>. ';.] 

Mead (Richard) Discourse concerning Pestilential Contagion, and the 
Methods to prevent it. 8vo. London, 17^0. [P. 170. (1.)] 

— Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1720. [P. 78. (1.)] 



CHRONIC DISEASES.— THE GOUT. 605 



The Late Dreadful Plague in France compared with that in London 
in the year 1665. 8vo. London, 1721. [P. 170. (4.) (7.)] 

A Letter to a Friend from a Merchant at Leghorn, of the Methods used 
there to prevent Infection. London, 1721. [P. 170. (3.)] 

Colbatch (Sir John) A Scheme to be adopted in case of the Plague visit- 
ing us. 8vo. London, 1721. [P. 170. (5.)] 

Observations upon Sir J. Colbatch' s Scheme. 8vo. London, 1721. 

[P. 17(1 (6.)] 

Dayie8 (Richard) An Essay concerning Pestilential Contagion, occasioned 
by the Distemper now raging among the Cattle, &c. 8vo. London, 
1757. [P. 227. (12.)] 



(7) Chronic Diseases, particularly the Gout. 

Wtnter (John) An Essay on Chronical Diseases, the Methods of Cure, 
and the Medicinal Waters of Bath and Bristol, their several Virtues 
and Differences. 8vo. London, 1728. [G. 26. 28.] 

Savage (Henrici) Disputatio Medica Inaugural is de Arthritide. 4to. 
Lug. Bat 1681. [M. 15. 10.] 

Musgrave (Gulielmi) De Arthritide Anomala Dissertatio. 8vo. Amst. 

1710. [F. 27. 23.] 
Wintringham (Cliftoni) Tractatus de Podagrd. 8vo. Eboraci, 1714. 

[A. 17. 42.] 

Foster (Joannis) Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis de Podagra. 8vo. 

Edinburgh 1795. [Hh. 3. 40.] 
Bennett (T.) An Essay on the Gout. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 90. (2.)] 

Cheyke (George) An Essay of the true Nature and due Method of treat- 
ing the Gout. 8vo. London, 1722. [R. 20. 14.] 

Cadogan (William) A Dissertation on the Gout and all Chronic Diseases ; 
jointly considered, as proceeding from the same Causes ; and a rational 
aud natural Method of Cure proposed. 8vo. London, 1771. 

[P. 287. (5.)] 

Falconer (William) Observations on Dr. Cadogan 1 s Dissertations on the 
Gout and all Chronic Diseases. 8vo. Bath, 1772. [P. 287. (6.)] 

Cbine (George) The Management of the Gout, by a Physician, from his 
own Case, with the Virtues of an English Plant, Bardana. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1758. [P. 225. (9.)] 

Dawson (Thomas) Cases in the Acute Rheumatism and the Gout, with 
cursory Remarks, and the Method of Treatment. 8vo. London, 1774. 

[P. 287. (1.)] 

Temple (Sir William) On the Cure of Gout, by Moxa. Miscellunea, Part I. 

8vo. [P. 274. (12.)] 
Warner (Ferdinando) A full and plain Account of the Gout. 8vo. 

London, 1768. [F. 24. 23.] 

Th£ Honour of the Gout ; or a Rational Discourse, demonstrating that 
the Gout is one of the greatest blessings that can befal mortal Man, 
&c. &c. By Philander Misiatrus. London, 1735. [P. 156. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1720. [P. 170. (11.)] 



606 



PHILOSOPHY. 



(8) Cutaneous Maladies. — Erysipelas, Small-Pox, Cow-Pox, 

and Scurvy. 

Barnes (Thomas) Dissertatio Medica Inauguralis de Erysipelate. Svo. 

Edinburgh 1817. [Gg. 7. 7.] 
Freind (Johannis) Ad Richardum Mead de quibusdam Variolarum 
neribus Epistola; etOratio Anniversaria in Theatro Collegii Kegalis 
edicorum Londin. 8vo. Londini, 1727. [P. 104. (3,4.)] 
Holland (Richard) Observations on the Small-Pox, or an Essay to dis- 
cover a more effectual Method of Cure. 8vo. London, 1728. 

[P. 277.(6. )] 

Mead (Richard) Discourse on the Small-Pox and Measles. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1748. [E. 26. 22.] 

Some (David) On receiving the Small-Pox by Inoculation, impartially 
considered, and especially in a Religious View. 8vo. London, 1750. 

[P. HI. (2.)] 

Dimsdale (Thomas) The Present Method of Inoculating for the Small- 
Pox : with some Experiments, with a View to discover the effects of a 
similar Treatment in the Natural Small-Pox. London, 1767. 

[P. 287. (7.)] 

Dimsdale (Thomas) Thoughts on General and Partial Inoculations : con- 
taining a Translation of Two Treatises, written when the Author was 
at St. Petersburg, and published there by Command of her Imperial 
Majesty in the Russian Language. Also the Outline of Two Plans for 
the general Inoculation of the Poor in Town and Country. London, 
1776. [P. 287. (8.)] 

Tissot (S. A. D.) Observations on the Small-Pox, Apoplexy, and Dropsy. 
8vo. London, 1772. [Hh. 2. 26.] 

Glass (Thomas) A Letter to Dr. Baker on the Means of procuring a 
distinct and favourable kind of Small-Pox, and on the Use of Cold Air 
and Cold Water in Putrid Fevers. 8vo. London, 1767. [P. 268. (3,)~) 

Jenner (Edward) Continuation of Facts and Observations relative to the 
Variolae Vaccinae, or Cow-Pox. 4to. London, 1800. [Ee. 1. 2 k] 

- Another Copy. 4to. London, 1800. [Ff. 3. 66.] 

Charleton (Gualteri) De Scorbu.o Liber Singularis. Svo. Londini, 
1672. [H. 20. 26.] 

Euqalenii (Severini) De Morbo Scorbuto. 8vo. Hagre Comitis 10.18. 

[F. 1 (5. 30.] 

Addington (Anthony) Essay on the Sea Scurvy, with an easy Method 
proposed for its Cure, and preserving Water Sweet. Reading, 175 J. 

[P. 174. (2.)] 

Bisset (Charles) Treatise on the Scurvy, designed chit lly lor the Use of 
the British Navy. 8vo. London, 1755. [P. 2:10. [2.)\ 

Lind (James) A Treatise on the Scurvy. Svo. Edinburgh, 175.']. 

[K. IS. «2.] 

Logan (William) Observations on the Effects of Sea Water in the Scurvy 

and Scrophula. Svo. London, 1771. [Ilh. M.J 
Morbus Anglicanus Sanatus : Or a remarkable Cure of an Inveterate 

Scurvy. With a Contrivance to save the Lives of Persons happening 

to be in the upper Rooms of a House when the lower are on Fire. 

8vo. London, 1766. [P. 268. (6.)] 



DISEASES OF THE VISCERA, &c. 607 



Macbbise (David) An Historical Account of a new Method of treating 
die Scurvy at Sea : Containing ten Cases, which shew that that de- 
structive Disease may be easily and effectually cured, without the Aid 
of fresh Vegetable Diet. 8vo. London, 1768. [P. 309. (2.)] 

Sutton (Samuel) Account of a new Method for extracting foul Air out 
of Ships, &c. and a Discourse on the Scurvy, by Dr. Mead. London, 
1749. [P. 174. (1.)] 

Will an (Robert) Essay on the King's Evil. 8vo. London, 1746. 

[P. 117. 11.] 

(9) Cancer, Consumption, Convulsions, Palsy. 

Denman (Tho.) Observations on the Cure of Cancer. 8vo. London, 
1810. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Harvey (Gideon) The Anatomy of Consumptions. 8vo. London, 1674. 

[H. 20. 34.] 

Bennet (Christ.) Vestibulum Theatri Tabidorum. 12mo. [M. 18. 14. J 

-tBsNEDiCTi (Christ.) Tabidorum Theatrura, sive Phthiseos, Atrophia, et 
Hecticse Venodochium. 8vo. Londini, 1656. [H. 19. 39.] 

Morton (Richardi) Phthisiologia, seu Exercitationes de Phthisi, tribua 
Libris cotnprehensae. 8vo. Londini, 1689. [E. 19. SO.] 

Colbatch (Sir John) A Dissertation concerning M isle toe a Wonderful 
SpeciGc for the Cure of Convulsive Distempers. 8vo. London, 1 720. 

[P. 170. (9.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. London, 1720. [P. 170. (10.)] 

Summers ( ) A Short Account of the Success of Warm Bathing in 

Paralytic Disorders. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 142. (6.)] 



(10) Diseases of the Viscera, and of the Urinary Passages. 

Leaxe (John) A Practical Essay on Diseases of the Viscera; in which 
their Nature, Treatment, and Cure are clearly pointed ouL 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1792. [R. 18. 50.] 

Martini (Matthsei) De Morbis Mesenterii Abstrusioribus, item Affec- 
tionum Hypochondriacarum Historia et Curatio. 12rao. Lips'tse, 1630. 

[H. 18. 25.] 

Cockburn (William) An Account of the Nature, Causes, Symptoms, and 
Cure of Loosenesses. 8vo. London, 1710. [G. 26. 33.] 

Wilson (Andrew) An Essay on the Autumnal Dysentery. 8vo. London, 
1761. [P. 230. (4.)] 

Rutty (William) Treatise of the Urinary Passages, containing their De- 
scription, Power, and Uses, with the principal Distempers that affect 
them, &c. London, 1750. [P. 174. (3.)] 

Quercetani (Jos.) Pestis Alexicacus, sive Luis Pestiferae Fuga. 8vo. 
Parisiis, 1608. [H. 19. 10.] 

Harvey (Gideon) Great Venus Unmasked : or, a more exact Discovery 
of the Venereal Evil, or the French Disease. 12mo. London, 1672. 

[H. 19. 21.] 

Observations on Venereal Complaints, and on the Methods recom- 
mended for their Cure. London, 1754. [P. 174. (4.)] 



608 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Smyth (J. H.) A New Treatise on the Venereal Disease, 
nal Weaknesses, &c. 8vo. London, 1776. [Gg. 7. 19 

Huntee (John) A Treatise on the Venereal Disease. 

1788. [A. 14. 78.] 

Another Copy. 4 to. London, 1788. [Gg. l. 36 

Pearson (John) Observations on the Effects of Various 

Materia Medica, in the Cure of Lues Venerea. 8vo. Lo 



(11) Nervous Disorders. 

Garencieres (Theophili de) Angliae Flagellum, seu 1 
numeris omnibus ins true ta. 18mo. Londini, 1647. [H 

Cheyne (George) The English Malady ; or a Treat is 
Diseases of all kinds. 8 vo. London, 1734. [A. 17. 4 

Uvedale (Christian) The Construction of the Nerves am 
Nervous Disorders, practically explained. Svo. London 

Whytt (Robert) Observations on Disorders commonly ca 
Hypochondriac, or Hysteric. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1765. , 



(12) The Stone and Gravel. 

Awbeey (William) A Treatise of the Stone and Gravel. 
1715. [M. 20. 26.] 

Bracken (Henry) Enquiry into the Nature and Origin 
Gravel in Human Bodies. 8vo. London, 1 73'J. [1\ 1( 

Lobb (Theophilus) A Treatise on Dissolvents of the Stone, 
the Stone and Gout by Aliment. 8vo. London, 17.J9. 

Hartley (Davidis) Ad Ricardum Mead Kpistola de Medici 
tica Joannas Stephens, &c. 8vo. ttathonia?, 17,31. [l\ 

Hartley (David) An Account of Experiments and Observ; 
Stephens's Medicines for dissolving the Stone. Svo. Loi 

i 

Blackrie (Alexander) A Disquisition on Medicines that 
Stone, in which Dr. Chittick's Secret is considered an 
12mo. London, 1766. [R. 20. 1.] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1771. [He. 1. 3 

Rutty (John) An Account of some new Experiments and 
on Joanna Stephens' Medicine for the Stone. Svo. Loiul 

— Another Copy. 8vo. London, 17i2. [IV loi. ^7.)" 



(18) Dropsy, Drowning, Hydrophobia, Insa 

Monro (David) An Essay on the Dropsy, and its different S 
J^ondon, 1755. [P. 332. 1.] 



MEDICAL TRANSACTIONS, ETC. 009 



A Physical Dissertation on Drowning, with an Appendix, containing 
some Methods for the Recovery of those who hang themselves, and of 
-Children supposed to be born dead. By a Physician. 8vo, London, 
1747. [P. 141. (7.)] 

Du Choissi (Claude) An Easy, Short, and Certain Method of treating 
Persons bit by Mad Animals. 8vo. London, 1756. [P. 225, (10.) j 

Rrfort of the Committee appointed to inquire into Messrs. Delahoyde's 
and Lucett's Mode of treating Insane Persons. 8vo. London, 1818. 

[Ff. 7. 47.] 



7. Medical Transactions.— Miscellaneous Medical 

Treatises. 

Medical Transactions published by the College of Physicians in Lon- 
don. 8 vols. 8vo. London, 1768-1785. [A. 15. 88-85.]] 

Medical Transactions published by the College of Physicians in London. 
8vo. 5 vols. London, 1785-1815. [Ee. 3. 34-38.] 

Transactions of a Society for the Improvement of Medical and Chiru lo- 
gical Knowledge. 8vo. Vols. I. II. III. London, 1793-1812. 

[Ee. 2. 50-52.] 

Medical Observations and Inquiries, by a Society of Physicians in 
London. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1757-62. [O. 7. 33,34.] 

Medical Observations and Inquiries. 5 vols. *8vo. London, 1757-83. 

[G. 23. 19-23.] 

Mbdical Facts and Observations. 4 vols.8vo. London, 1791. 

[I. 27. 17-20.] 

The Medical and Chiruroical Review. 8 vols. 8vo. London, 1794- . 
1802. [H. 25, 1-8.] 

The Medical Miscellany ; or a Collection of Cases, Tracts, and Com- 
mentaries, exhibiting a View of the Present State of Medical and Chi* 
rurgical Practice and Literature in England. London, 1 769. 

[P. 277. (3.)] 

Medical Essays. By a Society in Edinburgh. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1733. [D. 27. 16-17.] 

Medical and Philosophical Commentaries. By a Society in Edin- 
burgh ? collected and continued by Andrew Duncan, M.D. 20 vols, 
Edinburgh, 1773-1795. [L. 21. 1-20 ] 

Annals of Medicine, for 1797 and 1798. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1797-8. [H. 25. 9-10.] 

Extract du Journal de Medecine du Mois d'Octobre, 1777. 

[Hh. 4. 26.] 

Montagnanje (Bartholomaei) Consilia Medica. Accedit tractatus de Bal- 

neis Patavinis. folio, Venet. 1564. [F. 10. 19.] 
Borelli (Petri) Historiarum et Observationum Medico-Physicarum Cen- 

turi«lV. 12mo. Francofurti, 1670. [H. 18. 17.] 
Charletoni (Gualteri) Exercitationes Pathologicae, in quibus Morborum 

Enc omnium Natura, Generatio, et Caussae, ex Novis Anatomicorum 
vends, seduld inquiruntur. 4to. Londini, 1661. [M. 14. 36.] 

S R 



610 PHILOSOPHY. 

Chesnead (Nicolai) Observationes Medicae. 8vo. Parisiis, 1672. 

[H. 20. 12.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Parisiis, 1672. [M. 6. 15.] 
Craftonis (Joannis) Consiliorum et Epistolarum Medicinalium Libri 
Septem. Accessit ejusdem ad Artem Medicamper Erotemata Introduc- 
tio. 4 torn. ISroo. Francof. 1654-50-46-11. [H. 18. 10-13.] 
De le Bob (Francisci) Disputationes Medicae. 18mo. Amstelodami, 
1663. [H. 17. 27.] 

Exemplar aliud. (Pars Prima.) 12mo. Lug. Bat. 1670. 

[H. 19. 43.] 

Fluddii (R.) Integrum Morborum Mysterium. folio, Francofurti, 1631. 

[F. 9. 10.] 

Grilingii (Philippi) Observationum et Curationum Medicinalium Dog- 
matico-Hermeticarum Centuriae Septem. 4to. Lipsiae, 1668. 

[11. 20. 6.] 

Heberden (Gulielmi) Commentarii de Morborum Historic et Curatione. 
8vo. Londini, 1802. [Ee. 2. 3.] 

Lossn (Friderici) Observationes Medicinales. 12mo. Londini, 1672. 

[H. 18. 26.] 

Pisonis (Guilielmi) De Medicina Brasiliensi, et Gcorgii Marcgravi de 
Liebstad, Historia Rerum Naturalium Brasilia?, iblio, Lug. Bat. 164S. 

[F. 11.2.] 

Pkimerosii (J.) De Vulgi in Medicina Erroribus. 18ino. Londini, 1638. 

[D. 17. 32.} 

Septa lii (Ludovici) Animadversiones et Cautiones Mcdica*. 12mo. Dor- 
drechti, 1650. [H. 18. 29.] 

Vigerii (Joannis) Tractatus de Catarrho, Rhcumntismo, Viiiis Dentium, 
Linguae, Vocis, et aliis a cerebro Distillationibus. 8vo. Geneva 1 , 1 620. 

[H. 19. 8.] 

Willis (Thomoe) Diatriba? duae Medico-Philosophica? do 1-Yrmentationt', 
et de Febribus. 12mo. Londini, 1662. [F. 16. 18.] 

Wintringham (Cliftoni) Commentarius Nosologicus in Morbos Epidt- 
micos et Aeris Variationes in Urbe Eboracensi Locisque Vicinis. Svo. 
Londini, 1733. [E. 27. 25.] 



Orationes Anniversarioc cx 


Harxd'i inxtituto. 








Hollings (Johannis) - 4 to. Londini, 


1734. 


[p- 


16. 


(l.-j 


Wood (Gulielmi) - 


Londini, 


1733. 


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Wilmot (Edvardi) 


Londini, 


1735. 


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16. 




Lee (Matthaei) 


Londini, 


1 736. 


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16. 




Monro (Jacobi) 


Londini, 


1 737. 


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16. 




Newington (Johannis) 


Londini, 


1 738. 


: p- 


16. 




Nicholls (Franc.) 


Londini, 


17:;:). 


LP- 


16. 




Hoadly (Benj.) 


Londini, 


17 1~\ 


LP- 


16. 


(SO) 


Alexander (William) Experimental Essays in Mo 


Jicinc. 


8 vo. 


. London. 


. J 768. [P. 309. (3.)] 













MEDICAL TRANSACTIONS, ETC. 611 



Biockelsby (Richard) Reflections on Antient and Modern Musick, wiib 
< its Application to the Cure of Diseases. 8vo. London, 1749. 

[P. 142. (10.)] 

Dawkes (T.) Prodigium Willinghamicme ; or Memoirs of a Boy born at 
Willingham, near Cambridge ; who, before be was three years old, 
bad the Marks of Puberty, &c. 8vo. London, 1741. [P. 335. (3.)] 

Dod (Pierce) Several Cases in Physick. 8vo. London, 1746. 

[P. 117. (8.)] 

Glass (Thomas) An Account of the Ancient Baths, and their Use in 
Physic. 8vo. London, 1752. [P. 142. (7.)] 

G&eoort (John) Observations on the Duties and Offices of a Physician, 
and the Method of prosecuting Enquiries in Philosophy. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1770. [P. 277. (1.)] 

Hbberden (William) Commentaries on the History of Diseases. 8vo. 
London, 1806. [Ee. 2. 1.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1806. [Ee. 2. 2.] 

Hoffmammi (Friderici) Dissertationes Physico-Mcdicse curiosae Selec- 
tiores. 2 vols. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1728. [A. 19. 33,34.] 

Huxham (Joannis) Observations de Aere et Morbis epideraicis. Accedit 
Opusculum de Morbo Colico Damnonicnsi. 8vo. Londini, 1739. 

[A. 18. 88.] 

Lettsom (J. C.) Medical Memoirs of the General Dispensary in London, 
for part of the years 1773 and 1774. 8vo. London, 1774. 

[Ee. 4. 19.] 

Lobb (Theophilus) Medical Principles and Cautions, founded on clear, 
strong, and immutable reasons. 8vo. London, 1751-1752. 

[P. 142. (l.)(«-)] 

Lobb (Theophilus) A Practical Treatise of Painful Distempers, with a 
Method of curing them. 8vo. London, 1739. [A. 18.99.] 

Lommius (Jodocus) Medicinal Observations, translated from the Latin by 
J. Wynter, M.D. 8vo. London, 1747. [A. 19. 93.] 

Macbuds (David) Experimental Essays. 8vo. London, 1 764. 

[P. 309. (1.) 

Mbad (Richardi) Monita et Precepta Medica. 8vo. Londini, 1751. 

[R. 18. 18.] 

Mead (Richardi) Medica Sacra ; sive de Morbis Insignioribus, qui in 
Bibliis memorantur, Commentarius. 8vo. Londini, 1749. 

[R. 18. 18.] 

Mortimer (Cromwell) Narratives of the Effects of some Chemical Reme- 
dies in most Diseases. 8vo. London, 1745. [P. 117. (7.)] 

Pebcival (Thomas) Medical Ethics ; or a Code of Institutes and Pre- 
cepts, adapted to the Professional Conduct of Physicians and Surgeons. 
8vo. Manchester, 1803. [Ee. 2. 4.] 

Schoicberg (R.) Aphorismi Practici, sive Observationes Medicae. 8vo, 
Londini, 1750. [R. 19. 23.] 

Teknbnt (John) Physical Enquiries. 8vo. London, 1 749. 

[P. 141. (3.)] 

Thompson (Thomas) Medical Consultations on Various Diseases. 8vo. 
London, 1773. [Ee. 4. 21. 

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T188OT (S. A. D.) Onania ; or the heinous Sin of Self-I 
its frightful Consequences in both Sexes considered. 
1727. [P. 351. 2.] 

■ Another Copy. 12roo. London, 1727. [Gg. 7. 

Tbindeb (William Martin) An Essay concerning the ou 
tary Application of Oils on the Human Body. 8vo. C 

White (Robert) The Use and Abuse of Sea Water in 
dered and exemplified, in several Cases, with Obse 
and Cautions. London, 1775. [P. 287. (3.)] 

Anonymous Medical Tracts. 
The Cbaft and Frauds of Physic exposed. 8vo. Londo 

An Essay on the Practical Scheme, in seven Parts, f 
various Diseases. London, 1722. [T. 170. (2.)] 

A Serious Address to the Public, concerning the Abu 
tice of Physic. 8vo. London, 1752. [P. 193.4.] 

Explanatory Remarks on the great Utility of Hospit 
bridge, 1776. [P. 307. 5.] 



8. Veterinary Medicine. 

Mabkhah (Gervas) Master-piece : containing all Knov 
to the Smith, Farrier, or Horse-Leech. 4 to. Londo 

Gibson (W.) The True Method of Dieting Horses. Svt 

Bbackem (Henry) Farriery improved : a compleat Trc 
of Farriery. 12mo. 2 vols. London, 1738-40. [It. * 

Wallis (Thomas) The Farrier's anil Horseman's Com] 
containing the Art of Farriery in all its Branches. Svc 

Taplin (William) The Modern System of Farriery. 
London, 1791. [H. 26. 38-40.] 

Sain BEL (Charles Vial de) Elements of the Veteri 

London, 1797. [H. 25. 19.] 
Coleman (Edward) Observations on the Structure. (Kc< 

eases of the Foot of the Horse. 4to. London, 1798. 



V. Anatomy. 
1. General Treatises and Systems of\ 

Douglas (Jacobi) Bibliographic Anatomica Specimen; 
Omnium pene Auctorum ; qui, ah Hippo< rate ad Mar 
tomicam, ex professo \el obiter, scriptis illustrarur 
lorum et inventa juxta temporum seriem complectens 
1715. [M. 20. 15.] 



SYSTEMS OF ANATOMY. 613 

Riolani (Joannis, Filii) Opera Anatomica. folio, Lut. Par. 1649. 

[F. 11. 20.] 

Piccolhomini (Archangeli) Anatomies Prselectiones. folio, Rome, 1586* 

[F. 10. 14.] 

Laurentii (Andreae) Historia Anatomica Humani Corporis et singularum 
ejus partium. folio, Francofurti, 1599. [E. 9. 12.] 

Badhini (Caspari) Theatrum Anatomicum. 8vo. Francofurti, 1605. 

[H. 19. 1.] 

Vbsalii (Andrea?) Anatomia. folio, Venet. 1604. [F. 9. 11.] 
Fluddii (Roberti) Anatomise Amphitheatrum, effigie triplici, more et 
conditione varia, designatum. folio, Francofurti, 1623. [F. 9. 9.] 

Spioelii (Adriani) De Humana Corporis Fabrica. folio, Venetiis, 1627. 

[F. 12. 1.] 

Casskrii (Julii) Tabulae Anatomica?. 4to. Francofurti, 1632. [H. 20. 3.] 

Bartholini (Casparis) Anatomicce Institutiones Corporis Humani utri- 
usque sexus. 18mo. Oxonii, 1633. [K. 16. 29.] 

Bartholinus (Caspar) System of Anatomy, folio, London, 1668. 

[Hh. 1. 21.] 

Crooke (Hilkiah) A Description of the Body of Man. folio, 1651. 

[F. 11. 23.] 

Highmorii (Nath.) Corporis Humani Disquisitio Anatomica. folio, 
Hag» Comitis, 1651. [F. 9. 25.] 

Winston (Thomas) Anatomy Lectures at Gresham College. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1659. [F. 18. 36.] 

Renatus Des Cartes de Homine, figuris et La tin i tat e donatus a Florentio 
Schuyl. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1662. [F. 15. 13.] 

Vbslingii (Joannis) Syntagma Anatomicum, commentario ex veterum, 
recentiorum, propriisque Observationibus, illustratum et auctum a 
Gerardo Leonhardo Blasio. 4to. Amstelodami, 1666. [F. 14. 1.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Amstelodami, 1666. [H. 20. 2.] 

Kbrckrinoii (Theodori) Spicilegium Anatomicum. 4to. Amstel. 1670. 

[F. 14. 4.] 

Collins (Samuel) A Systeme of Anatomy : treating of the Body of Man, 
Beasts, Birds, Fish, Insects, and Plants. Illustrated with many 
Schemes, consisting of a variety of Figures drawn from the Life, and 
engraven in seventy-four Copper-plates. 2 vols, folio, London, 1685. 

[G. 11. 13,14.] 

Bidloo (Godefridi) Anatomia Humani Corporis, folio, Amstelodami, 
1685. [O. 1. 24.] 

Gibson (Thomas) The Anatomy of Human Bodies epitomized. 8vo. 

London, 1694. [F. 21. 25.] 
Cowper (William) The Anatomy of Humane Bodies, with Figures 

drawn after the Life, folio, London, 1698. [O. 1. 22.] 

Chbselden (William) The Anatomy of the Human Body. 8vo. London, 

1713. [F. 7. 12.] 
Anatomy Epitomized and Illustrated. 8vo. London, 1737. [R. 19. 34.] 
Kbill (James) The Anatomy of the Human Body abridged. 12mo» 

London, 1738. [C. 16. 3.] 



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PHILOSOPHY, 



Collignon (Charles) An Enquiry into the Structure of the Human Body, 
relative to its supposed Influence on the Morals of Mankind. 8vo. 
Cambridge, 1 764. [P. 268. (9.)] 

Mo rg A on i (John Baptist) The Seats and Causes of Diseases, investi- 
gated by Anatomy : translated from the Latin by Benjamin Alexander, 
M. D. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1769. [L. 26. 18-20.] 

Harwood (Sir Busick) A System of Comparative Anatomy and Physio- 
logy, Vol. I. [no more published.] 4to. Cambridge. 1796. 

[L. 26. 4.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1796. [Gg. 1. 44.] 

Barclay (John) A New Anatomical Nomenclature, relating to the Terms 

which are expressive of Position and Aspect in the Animal System. 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1803. [Gg. 5. 28.] 

Fyfe (Andrew) A Compendium of Anatomy, Human and Comparative. 
4 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1815. [Ee. 2. 45-48.] 

Baillie (Matthew) The Morbid Anatomy of some of thewost important 
Parts of the Human Body. 8vo. London, 1818. [Ee. 2. 10.] 

The London Dissector ; or, System of Dissection practised in the Hos- 
pitals and Lecture-rooms of the Metropolis, explained for the use of 
Students. 12mo. London, 181 6-. [Ee. 4. 27 ] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1813. [Ee. 4. 28.] 



2. Treatises on the Anatomy of particular Parts of 
the Human Body. 

i. Treatises on the Anatomy of the Brain. 

Burns (Allan) Observations on the Surgical Anatomy of the Head and 
Neck. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1811. [Ee. 2. 12.] 

Willis (Thoma?) Cerebri A natome : cui accessit Nervorum Peseiiptio 
et Usus. 4to. Londini, 166 4. [11. 20. 5.] 

Gordon (John) Observations on the Structure of the Brain ; comprising 
an Estimate of the Claims of Prs. Gall and Spurzheim, to discover the 
Anatomy of that Organ. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1817. [Ee. 2. l:*.J 

Spurzheim (J. G.) The Physiognomical System of Prs. Gail Mid 
Spurzheim ; founded on an Anatomical and Physiological Examina- 
tion of the Nervous System in general, and of the Brain in particular ; 
and indicating the Dispositions and Manifestations of the Mind, royal 
8vo. London, 1815. [Ee. 1. 88.] 

Spurzheim (G. J.) Examination of the Objections made in Ore.it Britain 
against the Doctrines of Gall and Spurzheim. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1817. 

!<;-. i. 7.] 

*Spurzheim (J. G.) Anatomy of the Brain, with a Oincral Y;e\v of the 
Nervous System, translated from the unpublished French MS. by C. 
Willis. 8vo. London, 1S26. 



ANATOMY OF THE BONES, NERVES, ETC. 615 



ii. Anatomy of the Arteries, of the Eye, Ear, and Teeth. 

Barclay (John) A Description of the Arteries of the Human Body. 
12mo. Edinburgh, 1812. [Ee. 4. 29.] 

Bbig&s (Gulielmi) Ophthalmo-graphia ; sive Oculi ejusque Parti urn De- 
* ' iotiptio Anatomica. 12 mo. Cantabrigiae, 1676. [K. 15. 38.] 

-JE^kne dy (Peter) Ophthalmograph ia ; or, a Treatise of the Eye. 8vo. 
London, 1713. [D. 6. 32.] 

Ca8serii (J ulii) De Vocis Auditusque Organis Historia Anatomica. folio, 
Ferrari®, 1600. [F. 11. 1.] 

To lye r (A.) A Treatise on the Teeth. 8vo. London, 1752. 

[P. HI. (5.)3 

Hunter (John) The Natural History of the Human Teeth. 4 to. Lon- 
don, 1778. [A. 14. 79.] 

Ruspini (J. B.) Observations on the Importance and Use of the Human 
Teeth. 8vo. London, 1802. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Fox (Joseph) The Natural History and Diseases of the Human Teeth ; 
with Plates. 4to. London, 1814. [Gg. 1. 34.] 



Hi, Osteology, Neurology, and Myology; or the Anatomy of 
the Bones, Nerves, Muscles, and Glands. 

Sbngubrdi (Arnoldi) Osteologia Corporis Humani. 18mo. Amstelodami, 
1662. [H. 17. 27.] 

Cheselden (William) Osteographia : or, the Anatomy of the Bones, 
folio, London, 1733. [O. 1. 23.] 

Monro (Alexander) Observations on the Structure and Functions of the 
Nervous System, illustrated with Tables, folio, Edinburgh, 1783. 

- [O. 2. 36.] 

De Ratione Motus Musculorum. 4to. Londini, 1664. [M. 15. 37.] 
Brown (John) Myographia Nova: or a Graphical Description of the 
Muscles in the Human Body, folio, London, 1681. [C. 2. 31.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1681. [F. 13. 12.] 

Cowper (William) An Anatomical Treatise on the Muscles of the Hu- 
man Body, folio, London, 1724. [A. 2. 22.] 

Bolton (Richard) A Treatise of the Reason of Muscular Motion ; or the 
Efficient Causes of the Contraction of a Muscle. 12mo. London, 
1697. [K. 16. 20.] 

Barclay (John) The Muscular Motions of the Human Body. 8vo. Edin- 
burgh, 1808. [Ee. 2. 11.] 

Haryeii (Guilielmi) Exercitatio Anatomica dc Cordis et Sanguinis Motu. 

18mo. Roterodami, 1G48. [E. 8. 14.] 
Lower (Richardi) Tractatus de Corde, item de Motu et Colore Sanguinis, 

et Chyli in eum transitu. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1671. [H. 18. 8.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1669. [F. 7. 8.] 

Glissonii (Francisci) Anatomia Hepatis. 18 mo. Amsteloedami, 1659. 

[H. 17. 6.] 



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PHILOSOPHY. 



Whartoni (Thomae) Adenographia ; sive Glandularum to 
Pescriptio. 8vo. Londini, J 656. [H. 18. 3.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. l?mo. Amstelod. 1659. [E. 



iv. Miscellaneous Anatomical Treatises 

Bartholini (Thomae) Historiarum Anatomicarum Rariori 
I. et II. 8vo. Hags Comitum, 1654. [H. 20. 36.] 

Charletoni (Gualteri) Inquisitiones Dure : 1. De Fulmine 
prietatibus Cerebri Huraani. l£mo. Londini, 1665. [D 

Clerici (Danielis) His tor ia Naturalis et Medica latorum ] 
intra Hominem et alia Animalia. 4to. Genevae, 1715. [ 

Needham (Gualteri) Disquisitio Anatomica de Formato 
Londini, 1667. [H. 18. 1.] 



VI. Surgery. 

1. Collected Works of' Surgical Writers. — S 
Surgery, and General Treatises there 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Philippi) Chirurgia Magna, folio, Argei 

Parey (Ambrose) Workes, translated by Thomas Johnson, 
don, 1649. [F. 10. 13.] 

Woodall (John) The Surgeon's Mate, folio, London, 165^ 

Sculteti (Joannis) XEIPOI1AO0HKH ; seii Armamenta 
gicum. 8vo. Hagae-Comitum, 1656. [H. 20. 17.] 

Thevenin (F.) (Euvres. folio, Paris, 1658. [F. 11. 17.] 
Beuois (Thomas) Vade-Mecum ; or a Companion for a 
fitted for times of Peace or War. 12mo. London, 1665. 

Wiseman (Richard) Several Chirurgical Treatises, folio, L 

Vaugion (M. de la) A Compleat Body of Chirurgical Oper 
fully done into English. 8vo. London, 1609. [D. 14. 1! 

Boulton (Richard) A System of Rational and Practical 
8vo. London, 1713. [D. 7. 2.] 

Sharp (Samuel) A Critical Enquiry into the present State 
8vo. London, 1750. [Ee. 4. 32.] 

Pearson (John) Principles of Surgery, for the I se of Chii 
dents. 8vo. London, 1788. [Ee. 4. 30.] 

Hbt (William) Practical Observations in Surgery. 8vo. Lc 



TREATISES ON WOUNDS, ETC. «7 



2. Treatises on Wounds, and on other Chirurgical 
Operations. 

Clowes (William) A Booke of Observations for all that are burned with 
the Flame of Gun-powder. 8vo. London, 1637. [F. 20. 19.] 

Foster (William) Hoplocrisma-Spottgus : or a Sponge to wipe away the 
Weapon Salve : a Treatise, wherein it is proved that the Cure, by ap» 
plying the Salve to the Weapon, is magicall and unlawfull. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1631. [L. 15. 19.] 

Dioby (Sir Kenelm) A Discourse of the Cure of Wounds by Sympathy. 
12mo. London, 1651. [G. 8. 41.] 

Wiseman (Richard) A Treatise of Wounds. 8vo. London, 1672. 

[H. 20. 19.] 

Hunter (John) A Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation, and Gun-shot 
Wounds. [With an Account of his Life, byE. Home.] 4to. London, 
1794. [A. 14. 77.] 

Abernethy (John) Surgical Observations on the Constitutional Origin 
and Treatment of Local Diseases, and on Aneurisms. 8vo. London, 
1817. [Ee. 2. 8.] 

Szverini (Marci Aurelii) De Abscessuum Recondita Natura. 4to. Lug. 
Bat. 1724. [K. 7. 86.] 

Grashuis (John) A Dissertation upon Suppuration. 8vo. London, 1 752. 

[P. 142. (9.)] 

Pott (Percival) A Treatise on the Hydrocele, or Watery Rupture, and 
other Diseases of the Testicle, its Coats and Vessels. 8vo. London, 
1767. [Ee. 2. 15.] 

Norford (William) An Essay on Cancerous Tumours. 8vo^ London, 
1753. [P. 332. (3.)] 

Pearson (John) Practical Observations on Cancerous Complaints. 8vo. 
London, 1793. [Hh. 3. 43.] 

Cases of the Excision of Carious Joints, by H. Park and P. F. Morbau : 
with Observations by James JefFray, M. D. 12mo. Glasgow, 1806. 

[Ii. 2. 49.] 

Adams (William) Practical Observations on Ectropiumor Eversion of the 
Eyelids ; with a Description of a New Operation for the Cure of that 
Disease; on the Modes of forming an Artificial Pupil, and on the 
Cure of Cataract. 8vo. London, 1812. [Ee. 2. 9.] 

White (William) Observations on the Contracted Intestinum Rectum* 
and the Mode of Treatment. 8vo. Bath, 1812. [Ii. 3. 27] 



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VII. Materia Medica and Pharmacy. 

1. Materia Medica. 
i. Systems and General Treatises of the Materia M 

Pedacii Dioscoridis Anazarbaei Opera, Graece. Nicandki The 
Alexipharmaca, Graece, cum Scholiis Graecis, cura Aldi I 
[Editio Princeps.] folio, Venetiis, apud Aid tun Ma 
m.crrc.rn'r. [F. 10. 15.] 

Dioscorides de Materia Medica, Latine. folio, Colonise, 1529. 

Matthioli (Andreae) Commentarius in Libros Dioscoridis. folio, \ 
1583. [F. 10. 7.] . 

Hoffmanni (Caspara) De Medicamentis Officinalibus. 4to. 
1647. [F. 14. 19.] 

Paulli (Simonis) Quadripartitum Botanicum, de Simplicium . 

mentorum facultatibus. 4to. Argentorati, 1667. [H. 20. 4.] 
Grube (Hermanni) Commentarius dc Modo Simplicium Medicanu 

Facultates cognoscendi. 8vo. Hafnia?, 1661). [H. 18. 7.] 

Culpeper (Nicholas) The English Physician : an Astrologico-1 
Discourse of the Herbs of this Nation, containing a complete 
of Physick. 8vo. London, 1669. [H. 20. 25.] 

Culpeper (Nicholas) The English Physician Enlarged. Svo. ] 

1676. [E. 16. 17.] 
Blagrave (Joseph) A Supplement to Mr. Nicholas Culpeper's 

Physician. 8yo. London, 1677. [M. 6. 32.] 

Lewis (William) An Experimental History of the Materia Medic? 
iondon, 1768. [R. 3. 10.] 

Lewis (William) An Experimental History of the Materia Medic; 
Additions and Corrections by John Aikin. 4to. London, 1784. 

ig<>. 

Lewis (William) A Complete Dictionary of the whole Materia 
2 vols. Svo. London, 1810. [Ee. 3, 19,20.] 

Cullen (William) A Treatise on the Materia Medica. 2 vols. k< 

burgh, 1789. [Gg. 1. 29,30.] 
' Another Copy. 2 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1 7 S 9 . [C. 21. 

Murray (Joannis Andreas) Apparatus Medicaminum tain sim 

quam praeparatorum et compositorum. 1 vols. Svo. Gottiuv.-e, 1 

; I . :.' 7 . : 

Murray (John) A System of Materia Mediea and Pharmacy 
2 vols. Edinburgh, 1816. [Ee. 3. 22,2,3. j 

Pearson (John) Observations on the Effects of Various .\rticle 
Materia Medica in the Cure of Lues Venerea. Mo. I ;,ulon, 1 

: Ke. 

Hamilton (James) Observations on the Utility and Administr^ 
Purgative Medicines in several Diseases. Svo. Edinburgh. 1S1 



I 



MATERIA MEDICA. 619 

Boyle (Hod. Robert) Medicina Hydrostatica ; or Hydrostaticka applied. 

to the Materia Medica. 8vo. London, 1690. [K. 20. 17.] 
Boyle (Hon. Robert) Medicinal Experiments ; or a Collection of 

Choice Remedies, for the most part simple and easily prepared. 8vo. 
- London, 1692. [E. 8. 6.] 

Mead (Richard) A Mechanical Account of Poisons. 8vo. London, 
1745. [E. 26. 24.] 

Heberden (William) Three Lectures {in manuscript) containing some 
Observations on the History, Nature, and Cure of Poisons. 

[A. 13. 61.] 

Alexander (William) Experimental Essays : 1. on the External Applica- 
tion of Antiseptics in Putrid Diseases ; 2. On Doses and Effects of Me- 
dicines ; On Diuretics and Sudorifics. London, 1768. [P. 309. (3.)] 



ii. Treatises on the Virtues and Uses of Particular Articles 
of the Materia Medica. 

Ifehr (Joh. Michaelis) Hiera Picra ; vel de Absinthio Analecta. 12mo, 
Lipeiae, 1668. [H. 18. 16.] 

Experiments on Almond- Water and Black-Cherry-Water. 8vo. 
London, 1741. [P. 104. (8.)] 

A Letter to a Doctor of Phy sick concerning Diascordium. 8 vo. Lon- 
don, 1719. [P. 170.(8.)] 

Storck (Anthony) On the Medicinal Nature of Hemlock. Translated 
From the Latin Original. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 225. (2.)] 

Goulard (M.) Treatise on the Effects and Various Preparations of 

Lead. 12mo. London, 1787. [C. 18.28.] 
Gataker (Thomas) Observations on the internal use of Nightshade. 

8vo. London, 1757. [P. 225. (3.)] 
A Supplement to the Observations on the internal use of 

Nightshade. 8vo. London, 1757. [P. 225. (4.)] 
Freitaoii (Johannis) De Opii Natura liber. Accesserunt Disputationes 

duse Medicae. 12mo. Groningae, 1632-33. [H. 18. 24.] 
Young (George) A Treatise on Opium, founded on Practical Observa- 
tions. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 174. (5.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1753. [D. 22. 14.] 

Alston (Charles) A Dissertation on Quick- Lime and Lime-Water. 8vo. 

Edinburgh, 1752. [P. 332. (2.)] 
Russell (Richard) A Dissertation on the uses of Sea Water in Diseases 

of the Glands. 12mo. London, 1752. [A. 19. 35.)] 
Rhodocanaces (Constantine) Alexicacus : or the Transcendent Virtue 

of the true Spirit of Salt. 4to. London, 1661. [M. 20. 18.] 
Berkeley (George, Bishop of Cloyne) Siris: a Chain of Philosophical 

Reflections and Inquiries concerning Tar Water. 8vo. London, 

1744. [P. 117. (1.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1744. [Ee. 4. 4.] 

A Letter to Thomas Prior on the same subject 8vo. Dublin, 

m*. [p. in. (8.)] 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Ill flip (George) Two Lena* to Thomas Prior, Esq. and Dr. I 
tke UmUkm of Tar Water in tae Plague, and in Fevers. S\ 
fit, 1774. [P. 117. (5.)] 

Hairs (Stephe n ) Accoent of Experiments and Observations 
Water. Svo. London, 1745. [P. 117. (4.)] 

Prior (Tbonaa, Eaq.) Authentic Narrative of the Success of Ta 
m coring a great number and variety of Distempers. Svo. 
nod London, 1 746. [P. 1 1 7. (6.)] 

Rrid (A. Esq,) Letter to Dr. Hales on Tar Water. Svo. Londoi 

[P. 1 

CauftAS (M .) New Experiments upon Vipers, and the Remed 
may be drawn from them. 8vo. London, 1670. [L. 15. 35.] 

Sloave (Sir Hans) An Account of a most famous Medicine f 
mid Weak Eyes. 8vo. London, 1745. [P. 117. (10.)] 



2. Pharmacy. 

L Pharmacopoeias, and Treatises on the Compound 

Medicines. 

A Catalogue of Medicines sold in Apothecary's Hall. Svo. I 
1733. [P. 1*3. (16.] 



(1) Phaemacopceias of the Royal Colleges of Physic 
at London and at Edinburgh. 

Phaemacopoeia Londinensis. folio, Londini, 1650. [F. 9. S3.] 
Pharmacopoeia Londinensis Collegii. 24mo. Londini, 16G8. [H. 1 
Coxpepee (Nicholas) Pharmacopoeia Londinensis : or the London J 

sary further adorned by the Studies and Collections of the '. 

now living of the said Colledg. 8vo. London, 1 (j69. [H. JO. 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1667. [M. 7. 21.] 

The Plan of a New London Pharmacopoeia, proposed to the Col 

Physicians by their Committee. Svo. London, 1745. [E. 01 . 

Ars Medendi ; sive Doses et Vires Medicamcntorum in Pharmai 
Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis, impressa A. D. 1716. 
Londini, 1760. [Ee. 3. 8.] 

Healde (Thomas) The Pharmacopoeia of the Royal C ollege of 

ciant at London, translated into English, with notes. Svo. L 

1703. [Ee. 3. 12.] 
Powell (Richard) The Pharmacopoeia of the Royal College of 

ciant of London, 1809. Translated into English with notes. 

London, 1809. [Ee. 3 15.] 

Another Copy. Third Edition. Svo. London, 1 SI ["Ee. 
The Edinburgh New Dispensatory. Svo. Edinburgh, 17 80. [Ee. 
The Edinhurgh New Dispensatory, edited 1>\ Andrew Duncan, 

8vo. Edinburgh, 1810. [Ee. 3. 17.] 
■■ >. ■ Another Copy. Eighth Edition. Svo. Edinburgh, 1SH 



DISPENSATORIES, ETC. 621 



(2) Foreign Pharm aqopcsias. 

Quercetani (Jos.) Pharmacopoeia Dogmaticorum Restituta. 8vo. Pari- 
siis, 1620. [H. 19. 9.] 

Bauderoni (Fabricii) Pharmacopoeia, h Gallico sermone Latine reddita 

& Philemone Hollando, M.D. folio, Londini, 1639. [F. 9. 19.] 
Pharmacopke Royale Galeniqueet Chymique. 4to. Paris, 1676. 

[F. 14. 3.] 

Pharmacopoeia Amstelredamensis. 18mo. Amstelaedami, 1660. 

[H.17.40.] 

Zwelferii (Johannis) Pharmacopoeia Augustana Reformata, et eius Man* 

tissa cum Animadveraionibus. 8vo. Goudae, 1653. [E. 20. 30.] 
Pharmacopceia Persic a, in Latinum conversa. 8vo. Paris. 1691. 

[C. 15.3*.] 

Curtii (Matthaei) Ars de Dosibus Medicinarum, et alia prestantissimorum 
Medicorum Monumenta. 12mo. Patavii, 1564. [H. 19. 27.] 

Schroderi (Joh.) Pharmacopceia Medico-Chymica. 4to. Ulmae Sue* 
▼orum, 1655. [F. 15. 32.] 



(3) Dispensatories, and Treatises bt Private Individuals 
on the Preparation of Medicines. 

Pharmacopeia Batcana : or Bate's Dispensatory, translated from the La- 
tin by William Salmon, and enlarged. 12mo. London, 1694. 

[H. 18. 47.] 

Pharmacopceia Bateana, edente J. Shipton. 12 mo. Londini, 1691. 

[F. 17. 46.] 

— — Exemplar aliud. 12mo* Londini, 1691. [H. 17. 46.] 

Quihct (John) Pharmacopceia Officinalis et Extern poranea, or a Complete 
English Dispensatory. 8vo. London, 1730. [E. 26. 21.] 

Theobald (John) Medulla Medicinct Universal : or a New Compendious 
Dispensatory. 12mo. London, 1752. [A. 19. 119.] 

Lewis (William) The New Dispensatory. 8vo. London, 1799. [E. 3. 14.] 

Thomson (Antony Todd) The London Dispensatory. 8vo. London, 

1811. [Ee. 4. 31.] 
Mtnsich (Hadriani a) Thesaurus et Armamentarium Medico- Chymicum. 

8vo. Lugduni, 1670. [H. 20. 31.] 

Dispensarium Magistri Nicolai Propositi, sive Introductorium in Artem 
Apothecariatus Opusculum ad Aromatarios diligentissime recogni- 
tion. 4to. Lugdunii, 1524. [F. 14. 22.] 

Secret i diversi et miracolosi, racolti dal Falopia et approbati da altri 
roedici di gran fama. 8vo. Venezia, 1578. [M. 16. 36.] 

Renodjei (Joannis) Dispensatorium Medicum ; continens Institutions 
Pharmaceuticas, de Materia Medica libros tres, et Pharmacopceiam, 
sive Antidotarium varium et absolutissimum. 8vo. Genevse, 1623/ 

[H. 18. 5.] 

Fabri (Petri Joannis) Myrothecium Spagiricum; sive Pharmacopceia 
Chemica. 8vo. Tolotss, 1646. [H. 20. 33.] 



m PHILOSOPHY. 

F&ambesarii (Abrahami) Arobrosiopoea ; in qua Elegantes Medica- 
raentorum Prseparationes ad morborura curationem cito, tuto et jucunde 
moliendam praescribuntur. 12mo. Lug. Bat. 1647. [K. 18. 39.] 

Morelli (Petri) Formulae Remediorum, studio Jo. Jacob a Brunn ; cujus 
accedit Systema Materia Medicae. 12mo. Rothomagi, 1650. 

[H. 17. 11.] 

G^aubkri (Joannis Rudolphi) Pharmacopoeia Spagyrica ; sive Exacta 
Descriptio, qua ratione ex Vegetabilibus, Animalibus, et Mineralibus, 
utilia, efficacia et peoetrantia medicamenta fieri praepararique possint. 
12mo. Amsterodami, 1654. [H. 18. 19.] 

Glauberi (Joannis Rudolphi) Tractatus de Medicina Universalis sive 
Auro Potabili Vero. 12rao. Amstelodami, 1658. [H. 18. 20.] 

Dioby (Sir Kenelra) Choice and Experimental Receipts in Physick and 
Chirurgery. 12mo. London, 1668. [H. 18. 31.] 



ii. Empiricism, or Treatises on Quack Medicines. 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Theophrasti) Labyrinthus Medicorum Errantium. 
12mo. Hanoviee, 1519. [G. 8. 49 ] 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Theophrasti) Philosophise et Medicina? Universal Com- 
pendium ; cum Scholiis Leonis Suavii in quatuor Libros ejusdem dc 
Vita Longa. 8vo. Basileae, 1568. [H. 19. 16.] 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Theophrasti) De Restituta utriusque Medicina? vera 
Praxi. 8vo. Lugduni, 1578. [11. 19. 17.] 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Theophrasti) Libri Xllll Paragraphorum, cum ex- 
plicationibus M. Toxitis. 12mo. Argentorati, 1575. [H. 19. 18.] 

Paracelsi (Aurelii Theophrasti) Archidoxorum, sive de Secretis Natura? 
Mystcriis. 12mo. Basileaj, 1582. [H. 19. 25.] 

Dornei (Gerardi) In Theophrasti Paracelsi Auroram Philosophorum 
Thesaurum, et Mineralem (Economiam Commcntaria. 12mo. Fran- 
coforti, 1583. [H. 19. 2i.] 

Kerckringii (Theodori) Commentarius in Curruni Triumphalem Anti- 
monii Basilii Valentini. 18 mo. Amstelodami, 1671. [il. 18. iJ.J 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1 07 1. [II. 17. 19 ] 

Thomsoni (Georgii) Epilogismi Chymici, necnon Remedia Hermotica 
longa in arte hiatrica exercitatione constabilita. 12mo. Londini, 
1673. [H. 18. 22.] 

The Modern Quacks Detected, by a London Physician. Svo. London, 
1752. [P. 193. 3.] 

Daffy (Anthony) Account of his Elixir Salutis, or Choice Drink of 
Health. 4to. London, 1688. [M. 15. 2k] 

Lockter (Lionel) An Advertisement concerning his Pills. Ho. London, 
1667. [L. 15. SO.] 

Mathews (Richard) The Unlearned Akhymist his Antidote ; or a full 
and ample Explanation of the Virtues of his Pill. 1 ?mo. London, 
1663. [H. 18. 30.] 

Page (John) Receipts for preparing and compounding the principal Me- 
dicines made use of by the late Mr. Ward. Svo. London, lTi .J. 

TP M^.Vl 



ANTIENT MATHEMATICIANS. «B8 



Peter (Charles) Peter s Pill and Cordial Tincture. 8vo. London, 1706. 

[C. 20. 27.] 

Sermon (William) A Real Discovery of some of the most transcendent 
Virtues of his Cathartique and Diuretique Pills. 8vo. London, 1684. 

[M. 19. 52.] 

Strinoeb (Moses) Surprising Experiments made of two incomparable 
Medicines, Elixir Febrifugum Martis and Salt of Limons ; as also of 
Elixir Renovans : shewing their Virtues, Uses, and Operations. 8vo. 
London, 1710. [M. 19. 43.] 

Stubbs (Henry) The Miraculous Conformist; or an Account of se- 
verall Marvailous Cures performed by the stroaking of the hands of 
M. Valentine Greatarick. 4 to. Oxford, 1666. [L. 15. 37.] 

Swainson (Isaac) Letters on the Properties and Effects of Velnos* Vege- 
table Syrup. 12mo. London, 1784. [Hh. 4. 27.] 



Section IV. 
Mathematical Philosophy. 



I. History of the Mathematics, Collective Works 
of Mathematicians, and General Treatises on 
the Mathematics. 

] . History of the Mathematics. 

Montucxa (J. F.) Histoire des Mathematiqucs. 2 tomes, 4to. Paris, 
1758. [O. 8. 38,39.] 

Montucla (J. F.) Histoire des Mathematiques. 4 tomes, 4 to. Paris, 
An VII. [C. 23. 5-8.] 

Bossut (John) A General History of the Mathematics, from the earliest 
Times to .the middle of the 18th Century. Translated from the French. 
8vo. London, 1803. [Dd. 1. 21.] 

Murhard (Fr. Wilh. Aug.) Litteratur der Matbematischen Wissenschaften. 
4 vols. 8vo. Leipzig, 1797-1804. [K. 25. 27-30.] 

Kbill (John) An Essay on the Usefulness of Mathematical Learning. 
8vo. Oxford, 1701. [M. 19. 17.] 



2. Works of Mathematicians, Antient and Modern. 
L Works of Antient Mathematicians, and their Commentators. 

Euclidis quae supersunt Omnia. Ex recensione Davidis Gregorii. Grqece 
et Latine. folia, Oxonii, 1703. [N. 4. 9.] 

Euclidis Elementa, cum Procli Commentariis. Greece, folio, Basilea?, 
1552. CD. 1. 12.] 



fit* PHILOSOPHY. 

Euclidis Elementorum Geometricorum Libri XV. Cum Expositions 
Theonis in priores XIII. a Bartholomaeo Zeroberto Veneto Latinitate 
donata, Campani in omnes, et Hypsiclis Alexandrini in duos postremos. 
His adjecta sunt, Phenomena, Catoptrica et Optica, deinde Pro- 
theoria Marini, et Data, postremum vero Opusculum de Levi et Pon- 
deroso, ejusdem Autoris. folio, Basil eae, 15*46. [D. 1. 10.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Geometricorum Libri XII. folio, Basilea?, 1 608. 

[E. 9. L] 

Euclidis Analyseis Geometries Libri sex, cum Commentariis et Scholiis 

Cunradi Dasypodii. folio, Basilea?, 1566. [D. 1. 11.] 
Euclidis Elementorum Geometricorum Libri XIII. ex traditione doctis- 

simi Nasiridini Tusini nunc primum Arabice impressi. folio, Romae, 

1594. [D. 4. 20.] 
Euclidis Elementorum Libri XV. una cum Scholiis antiquis a Federico 

Commandino Urbinate in Latinum conversi. folio, Pisauri, 1619. 

[D. 2. 25.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Geometricorum Libros XIV. Isidorum et Hyp- 
siclem et recentiores de corporibus regularibus, et Procli propositiones 
Geometricas, edidit et illustravit Claudius Richardus. folio, Ant- 
verpiae, 1645. [D. 4. 28.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Libri XV. Edidit Christopborus Clavius, 8vo. 
Francofurti, 1654. [H. 7. 1.] 

Euclidis Posteriores Libri Novem, a Christophoro Clavio. 8vo. Franco- 
furti, 1654. [Dd. 4. 47.] 

Clavii (Christophori) Commentaria in Euclidis Element a Geometrica, ct in 
Sphxrica Theodosii. folio. Inter Operum Tom. I. Vol. I. [A. 2. 13.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Libri XV. Latine. Opera Isaaci i [D. 18.42. 
Barrow. (Exemplaria duo.) 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1655.) K. 16. 8.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1659. [D. 17. 23.] 

Euclidis Elementa, novo ordine ac methodo fere demonstrata. 12mo. 
Londini, 1666. [L. 8. 42.] 

Euclidis Elementa Geometrica. 8vo. Londini, 1678. [F. 16. 5.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Libri priores sex, item undecimus et duodccinius, 
ex versione Latina Friderici Commandini, edentc Roberto Simson. 
4to. Glasguae, 1756. [C. 23. 10.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Glasguae, 1756. [Ee. 1. 22.] 

Euclidis Elementorum Libri priores XII. Ex Commandini et Gre^orii 
Versionibus Latinis, edidit, pluribus in locis auxit, et in Dcpmvatis 
emendavit Samuel [Horsley] Episcopus Rotlen.sis. 8vo. Oxonii, 
1802. [C. 24. 14."] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1802. [Dd. 3. 5.] 

Euclidis Data. Accedit Marini Philosoplii Comnuiitarins, Grirtv et 
Latine; quo Dati natura, Datorumque Euclideonmi utilitates expli- 
cantur. 4to. Lutet. Paris. 1625. [D. 20. 20.] 

Euclidis Darorura Liber cum Additamento ; necnon Tractatus alii ad 
Geometriara pertinentes. Curavit et edidit Samuel [~l Iursi.ky] Epis- 
copus Asapbensis. 8vo. Oxonii, 1803. [C. 27. 2.J.] 

The Elements of Geometrie of the most auncient Philosopher Euclide of 
Megara, faithfully translated into the English Toung bv Henrv Bilh'ngs- 
ley. folio, London, 1570. £K. 2. 19.] 



ANTIENT MATHEMATICIANS. 626 

Euclide's Elements : the whole Fifteen books compendiously demonstra- 
ted : with Archimedes's Theorems of the Sphere and Cylinder, investi- 
gated by the Method of Indivisibles ; also Euclide's Data, and a brief 
Treatise of Regular Solids. By Isaac Barrow, D.D. 8vo. London, 
1751. [Dd. 4. 48.] . 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [Dd. 3, 1.] 

Euclid's Elements of Geometry. By Samuel Cunn. 8vo. London, 1759. 

[Dd. 3. 2.] 

Euclid's Elements : the first Six Books, together with the Eleventh and 
Twelfth, and the Book of Euclid's Data, corrected by Robert Simson. 
Svo. Edinburgh, 1767. [Dd. 3. 3.] 

Euclid's Elements ; the first Six and the Eleventh and Twelfth Books. 
By Alexander Ingram. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1799. [Dd. 3. 4.] 

The Elements of Euclid ; or the Elements of Arts and Science. By 
George Douglas. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1812. [Gg. 7. 15.] 

Lax (William) Remarks on a supposed Error in the Elements of Euclid. 
8vo. Cambridge, 1807. [Hh. 2. 31.] 

Exley (Thomas) The Theory of Parallel Lines perfected ; or the 
Twelfth Axiom of Euclid's Elements demonstrated. 8vo. London, 
1818. [Gg. 5. 25.] 

Euclide, Nicole Tartaleo Tradottore. 4to. Venet. 1569. [D. 20. 19.] 

Archimedis Opera, no vis Demonstrationibus Commentariisque illustrata, 
per Da v idem Rivaltum a Flurantia. fol. Parisiis, 1615. [D. 4. 19.]] 

Archimedis Opera. Apollonii Pergaei Conicorum Libri Tres. Theodosii 
Sphaerica, methodo nova illustrata et succincte demonstrata, ab Is. 
Barrow. 4to. Londini, 1675. [Dd. 3. 66.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1675. [D. 14. 10.] 

A&chimedis de iis quae vehuntur in aqua. 4to. Bono nine, 1565. 

[D. 20. 17.] 

Archimedis de lnsidentibus Aquae Libri Duo. 4to. Venet. 1565. 

[D. 20. 44.] 

Hamellii (P.) Commentarius in Archimedis librum de numero arena?. 

8vo.Lutet. 1557. [D. 18. 14.] 
Di Herone Alessandrino de gli Automati ouero Machine se moventi 

Libri II. Tradotti dal Greco da B. Baldi. 4to. Venetia, 1589. 

[D. 20. 18.] 

Apollonii Pergaei Conicorum Libri Quatuor, una cum Pappi Alexandrini 

Lemmatibus, et Commentariis Eustocii Ascalonitae. Sereni Antin- 

sensis Philosophi Libri Duo. folio, Bononiae, 1566. [D. 1. 14.] 
Apollonii Pergaei Conicorum Libri Octo, et Sereni Antissensis de Sec- 

tione Cylindri et Coni Libri Duo, Greece et Latine, ab Edmundo Hal- 

leio. folio, Oxoniae, 1710. [M. 19. 2.] 
Apollonii Pergaei Locorum Planorum Libri II. restituti k Roberto Simson, 

M. D. Matheseos in Academia Glasguensi Professore. 4to. Glasguae, 

1749. [L. 27. 3.] 
Apollonii Pergasi de Sectione Determinata Libri Duo, restituti, Duobus 

insuper libris aucti a Roberto Simson. 4to. Inter Sinuoni Opera 

RcUqva. [Ee. 1. 26.] 

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626 



PHILOSOPHY. 



The Two Books of Apollonius Pergaeus, concerning Tangencies, as they 
have been restored by Franciscus Vieta and Marinus Ghetaldus. 
With a Supplement, by John Lawson. 4to. Cambridge, 1764. 

[I. 22. 13.] 

Ghetaldi (Marini) Apollonius Redivivus ; seu Restitutac Apollonii Por- 
geei de lnclinationibus Geometriae Liber secundus. 4to. Venetiis, 
1613. [D. 20. I.] 

Diofhamti Alexandrini Rerum Arithmeticarum Libri Sex, quorum primi 
duo adjecta habent Scholia Maximi (ut conjectura est) Planudis. 
Item Liber de numeris Polygonis seu multiangulis. Cura Guil.Xylan- 
dri, et cum Commentariis. folio, Basilese, 1575. [D. 2. 7.] 

Diophanti Alexandrini, Arithmeticorum Libri Sex, Greece et Latine, 
cura C. G. Bacheti. folio, Lutetian Parisiorum, 1621. [D. 4. 18.] 

Pappi Alexandrini Mathematical Collectiones, a Federico Commandino 
Latine conversse et Commentariis illustrate, folio, Venetiis, 1589. 

[D. 1. 20.] 

Theodosii Tripolitae Sphaericorum Libri tres, Gra?ce et Latine, per 
Joannem Penam. 4to. Parisiis, 1558. [D. 20. 9.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Parisiis, 1558. [Dd. 3. G5.] 

Theonis Smyrnaei Eorum, qua? in Mathematicis ad Platonis Lectionera 
utilia sunt, Expositio, Graece et Latine. Parisiis, 1644. 

[C. 14. 16.] 

Theonis Smyrna^ Progymnasmata, Grrcce. Accedit Interpretatio Latina, 
cura Danielis Heinsii. 12mo. Lugd. Bat. 1626. [F. 18. 1.] 

Msnelai Sphaericorum Libri Tres, Gnrce et Latine. 8vo. Oxonii, 1758. 

[C. 24. 13.] 

Bija Ganita, or the Algebra of the Hindus, By Edward Strachev. 
4to. London, 1813. [Dd. 1. 57.] 



ii. Works of Modern Mathematicians, who have treated on 
several Branches of the Mathematics. 

NEWTONi(Isaaci) Opera, Commentariis illustrabat Samuel Morsley, LL.D. 
5 vols. 4to. Londini, 1779. [A. 13. 15-17.] 

Bernouilli (Jacobi) Opera Mathcmatica. 2 tomis 4to. Genevan, 1 7-1-4. 

[Dd. 1. 53,54.] 

Bernoulli (Joannis) Opera Omnia. 4 totnis lto. Lausanre et Geneva , 
1742. [Cc. 2. 34-37.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4 tomis. ibid. [Cc. 3. 74-7 7.] 

Bernouilli (Joannis) et Leibnitii (Got. Gal.) Commercium Philosophicum 
et Mathematicum. 2 tomis 4to. Lausana^, 17-15. ['Cc. 2. 38,39.] 

Cardani (Hieronymi) Opus Novum do Propnrtionilms Xumerorum. 
Motuum, Ponderum, Sonorum, aliarimi'jiie Hcnun mcnsurandarum. 
Item Opuscula Algebraica et Geomerrica. folio, Busile;c, 1536. 

[D. 1. 8.] 

Cardani (Hieronymi) Opus Novum, folio, Basilar, 1566. [D. 1. 11.] 

Clavii (Christophori) Opera Mathcmatica. 5 tomis in 3 vols, folio, 
Moguntiae, 1511-12. [A. 2. 13,14,15.] 



GENERAL TREATISES ON MATHEMATICS. 627 

Pcletarii ( Jacobi) In Christophorum C lav turn de Contact u Linear urn Apo- 
logia. 4to. Parmis, 1679. [C. 14. 17.] 

Cotes (Rogeri) Opera Miscellanea, 4to. Cantabrigia?, 1722. 

[Dd. 1. 67.] 

Emerson (William) Mathematical Works. 13 vols. 8vo. London, V. Y. 

[E. 25. 14-26.] 

Euleri (Leonhardi) Opuscula varii Argumenti. 3 torn. 4to. Berolini, 
1746-51. [Cc. 3. 70-72.] 

Frisii (Paulli) Opera, Latine et Italice. 3 torn. 4to. Mediolani, 1782- 

1785. [Dd. 1. 85-87.] 
Hugenii (Christiani) Opera Varia, Mechanica, Geometries, Astronomica, 

et Miscellanea, 4 tomis in 1 vol. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1724. [L. 6. 8.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. 2 torn. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1724-28. 

[Cc. 3. 77,78.] 

Hugenii (Christiani) Opuscula Posthuma. 2 tomis in 1 vol. 4to. 
Amstel. 1728. [L. 6. 7.] 

Maetin (Benjamin) Mathematical Works. 8 vols. 8vo. London, Y.Y. 

[Dd. 1. 4-11.] 

Nonii (Petri) Opera Mathematica. folio, Basiles, 1566. [D. 1. 21.] 

Simpson (Thomas) Mathematical Works, 8vo. 6 vols. London, V. Y. 

[A. 16. 77-82.] 

Simson (Roberti) Opera qusdam Reliqua. 4to. Glasgus, 1 776. 

[Ee. 1. 26.] 

Tacquet (Andres) Opera Mathematica. 2 torn, folio, Antverpis, 1669. 

[D. 4. 25,26.] 

Vietje (Francisci) Opera Mathematica. folio, Lugd. Bat. 1646. 

[D. 2. 21.] 

Wallisii (Joannis) Opera Mathematica. 3 torn, folio, Oxonii, 1699. 

[C. 2. 27-29.] 

Wallisii (Joannis) Operum Mathematicorum Pars Prima. f [G. 7. 21. 

(Exemplaria duo.) 4to. Oxonii, 1657. ( G. 15. 12.] 

Wallisii (Joannis) Operum Mathematicorum Pars altera. 4to. Oxonii, 

1656. [D. 20. 29.] 
Hobbesii (Thornx) Examinatio et Emendatio Mat hematic* Hodierna, qualis 

explicatur in lib r is Joannis Wallisii. 4to. 1660. [B. 6. 1.] 



3. Courses and Dictionaries of the Mathematics, and 
other General Treatises thereon. 

Barrow (Isaaci) Lectiones Mathematics, habitae in Scholis Publicis Aca- 
demies Cantabrigiensis. 8vo. Londini, 1683. [F. 16. 36.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1683. [F. 17. 19.] 

Bettini (Marii) iErarium Philosophise Mathematics. 3 tomis 4to. Bo- 

nonis, 1648. [C. 14. 8-10.] 
Bettini (Marii) Apiaria Universal Philosophiae Mathematics, folio, Bo- 

nonis, 1645. [D. 2. 3.] 

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628 PHILOSOPHY. 

Bezout (Etienne) Cours de Mathematiques, h l'Usage du Corps de 1'Ar- 
tillerie. 8vo. 4 vols. Paris, An 3 de la Republique. [Dd. 1. 9-12.] 

Bezout (Etienne) Cours de Mathematiques. 2 e Edition. 8vo. 7 vols. 
Paris, An 7. [Dd. 1. 13-19.] 

Emerson (William) Cyclomathcsis : or an Easy Introduction to several 
Branches of the Mathematics. 8vo. Works, Vol. I. [E. 25. 14.] 

Galtruchii (Petri) Mathematicse totius Brevis Institutio. 12mo. Cantab. 

1668. [E. 8. 23.] 
Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Cantab. 1668. [D. 17. 9.] 

Ghetaldi (Marini) De Resolutione et Compositione Mathematica Libri 
V. folio, Romae, 1630. [D. 4. 27.] 

Hutton (Charles) A Course of Mathematics. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1798. [C. 24. 22,23.] 

Hutton (Charles) A Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary. 2 vols. 
4to. London, 1796. [Cc. 2. 66,67.] 

Keckermanni (Bartholomaei) Systcma Compendiosum totius Mathema- 

tices. 8vo. Hanoviae, 1617. [H. 8. 41.] 
Lacroix (S. F.) Essais sur l'Enseignement en general et sur celui des 

Mathematiques en particulier. 8vo. Paris, 180/>. [Dd. 2. 14.] 

Ludlam (William) Rudiments of Mathematics, for the Use of Students at 
the Universities. 8vo. Cambridge, 178.5. [1. 23. 20.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1794. [Dd. 2. 38.] 

Ludlam (Wm.) Two Mathematical Essays; 1. On Ultimate Ratios; 

2. On the Power of the Wedge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1770. [Gg. 5. 24.] 
Ludlam (Wm.) Mathematical Essays. 8vo. Cambridge, 1787. [Ii.2.27.] 

Magini (Joannis Antonii) Primum Mobile, Libris XII. Problemata varia 
Mathematica continens. folio, Bononia', 1601). [D. 2. 6.] 

Martin (Benjamin) A New and Comprehensive System of Mathematical 
Institutions. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1759-1764. [Dd. 1. 9,10.] 

Munsteri) Sebastiani) Rudimenta Mathematica. folio, Hasilea', 1551. 

f I). 1. 25.] 

Oughtredi (Gulielmi) Clavis Mathematica. lSmo. Londini, 101s. 

[D. Ks. .5.5.] 

Oughtred (Wm.) The Key of the Mathematicks. 18mo. London, 1(54 7. 

[D. 18.28.] 

Ozanam (James) Cursus Mathematicus : or a Complete Course of Mathe- 
matics, Vols. I. III. IV. and V. 8vo. London, 1712. [E. 7. J0,32-34.] 

Rami (Petri) Scholarum Mathematicarum Libri XXXI. 4to. Iraruof. 
1599. [C. 14. 7.] 

Sauri (M. l'Abbe) Cours Complet de Mathemati<iues. 5 vols. Svo. 
Paris, 1774. [Dd. 1. 38-42.] 

Sturmii (Joh. Christ.) Mathesis Enuclcata, sive Llemcnta Mathematica. 
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Ward (John) The Young Mathematician's Guide, bein^ a plain and eas 
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Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1752. [Dd. 5. jO.j 

Another Copy. 8vo. Dublin, 17.il. [Dd. C>. 57.] 

West (Wm.) Mathematics. Svo. London, 1702. [Dd. 1. 37.] 



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II. Pure Mathematics. 
1. Arithmetic. 

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Calculator. — Subtilissimi Ricardi Suiseth Anglici Calculationes noviter 
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Tonstalli (Cuthberti) De Arte Supputandi Libri Quattuor. 4to. Lon- 
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Record (Robert) Tbe Whetstone of Witte, whiche is the seconde parte 
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Diggbs (Leonard) An Aritbmeticall Military Treatise, named Stratio- 
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An Idea of Arithmetic, by R. B. 18mo. London, 1655. [D. 17- 9.] 

Newtoni (Isaaci) Arithmetica Universalis. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1707. 

[Dd. 1. 48.] 

Newtoni (Isaaci) Arithmetica Universalis. 8vo. Cantabrigian, 1727. 

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Newtoni (Isaaci ) Arithmetica Universalis, cum Cora men tar io Johannis 
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Atwood (George) An Essay on the Arithmetic of Factors. 4 to. London, 
1786. [Ee. 1. 34.] 

Barlow (Peter) An Elementary Investigation of the Theory of Num- 
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Bonnycastle (John) The Scholar's Guide to Arithmetic. 12mo. Lon- 
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A Key to Bonnycastle's Arithmetic, by W. Davis. 12mo. 

London, 1806. [Ff. 7. 34.] 

Coetsii (Henrici) Arithmetica Practica. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1697. 

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Condorcet (J. A. N. de Caritat, Marquis de) Moyens d'apprendre h compter 
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Lbgendrb (A. M.) Essai sur la Theorie des Nombres. 4to. Paris, 1808. 

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Manning (Thomas) An Introduction to Arithmetic and Algebra. 2 vols* 
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630 PHILOSOPHY. 

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Rami (Petri) Arithmetics Libri Duo : GeometricaB Septem et viginti, 
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Richardson (John) Octary Arithmetic : or the Art of Doubling and 
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S align aci ( Bernard i) Arithmetics Libri Duo et Algebra? totidem, cum 
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Tacquet (Andrea?) Arithmetic© Theoria et Praxis. 8vo. AntverpiV, 
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Tartaglia (Nicolo) Arithmetica. (Italice.) folio, Venezia, 1556. 

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Finei (Orontii) Arithmetica Practica. folio, Parisiis, 1542. 

[D. 1. 24.] 

Vyse (Charles) The Tutor's Guide: a Complete System of Arithmetic 

12mo. London, 1807. [Ff. 7. 40.] 
Walkinghame (Francis) The Tutor's Assistant; being a Compendium 

of Arithmetic. 12mo. York, 1814. [Ff. 7. 37.] 

Wells (Edwardi) Elementa Arithmetical Numerosa) et Specioa?. Svo. 
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Willsford (Thomas) Arithmetic, Natmall and Artificiall, or Deciraalls. 
12mo. London, 1656. [K. 8. 16.] 

Wingate (Edmund) A Plain and Familiar Method for attaining the 
Knowledge and Practice of Common Arithmetic. 19th Edition. 
8vo. London, 1760. [Dd. 1. 41.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1720. [R. 12. 61.] 

A Small Treatise of the Square and Cube. 4to. London, 1740. With 
a Supplement. [Ee. 1. 34.] 



2. A Igebra — Fluxions. 

i. Algebra, Elementary and Infinitesimal. 

Memoirs of the Analytical Society. 4to. Cambridge, 1813. [Gg. 1. 4J.J 
Arbogast (L. F. A.) Du Calcul des Derivations. 4to. Paris, 1800. 

[Dd. i. sor 

Bezout (M.) Th£orie Generate des Equations Alm'braiques. lto. Park 
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Billy (Jacobi de) Nova Geometric Clavis, Aluebra. lto. Parisii.-. ](>!.;. 

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Carnot (C.) Reflections on the Theory of the Inlinitoimal Calculus, 
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Clairaut (M. de) Elemens d'Algebre. C c Edition. J tomes. Svo. Pam. 
1801. [Dd. 1. 30,31.] 



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Condorcet (J. A. N. de Caritat, Marquis de) Du Calcul Integral. 4to. 

Paris, 1765. [Ee. 1. 33.] 
De Lagny (M.) Analyse Generale ; ou Methodes Nouvelles pour re- 

soudre les Problemes de tous les Genres et de tous les Degres a l'lnfini. 

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De Moivrb (A.) Miscellanea Analytica de Seriebus et Quadraturis. 

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Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1730. [G. 14. 30.] 

Ekerson (William) A Treatise of Algebra. 8vo. London, 1764. 

[Dd. 4. 46.] 

Another Copy: 8vo. Works, Vol. IV. [E. 25. 17.] 

Emerson (William) The Arithmetic of Infinites, and the Differential Me- 
thod; illustrated by Examples. 8vo. London, 1767. [Dd. 4. 43.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vol. V. [E. 25. 18.] 

Emerson (William) The Doctrine of Combinations, Permutations, and 
Compositions of Quantities, clearly and succinctly demonstrated. 8vo. 
Works, Vol.X. [E. 25. 23.] 
Euler (Leonard) El em ens d'Algebre, traduits de l'AUemand. Avec des 

notes et additions. 2 tomes, 8vo. Paris, 1774. [Dd. 3. 6,7.] 
Euler (Leonard) Elements of Algebra, translated from the French with 
the critical and historical notes of M. Bernoulli ; and the Additions of 
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Euleri (Leonhardi) Institutiones* Calculi Differential is, cum ejus usu in 
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Euleri (Leonhardi) Institutiones Calculi Integrals. 3 tomis, 4to. Petro- 
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Euleri (Leonhardi) Institutiones Calculi Integralis. 3 tomis, 4to. Petropoli, 
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Euleri (Leonhardi) Method us inveniendi Lineas Curvas maxinrive raini- 
nuve proprietate gaudentes. 4to. Lausannse, 1 744. [Cc. 2. 52.] 

Euleri (Leonhardi) Introductio in Analysin Infinitorum. 2 tomis in 1 vol. 
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Euleri (Leonard) Introduction a 1' Analyse Infinitesimale. Traduite du 
Latin, avec des Notes et Eclaircissemens, par J. B. Labey. 2 tomes, 
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Fontana (Gregorii) Analyseos Sublimioris Opuscula. 8vo. Venetiis, 
1763. [Dd. 3. 16.] 

Frisii (Paulli) Algebra et Geometria Analytica. 4 to. Inter Operum 
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Garnieb (J. G.) Elemens d'Algebre. 8vo. Paris, 1811. [Dd. 3. 20.] 

Gamier (J. G.) Analyse Algebraique. 8vo. Paris, 1814. [Dd. 3. 21.] 

Gamier (J. G.) Lecons de Calcul Integral. 8vo. Paris, 1812. 

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Gamier (J. G.) Lecons de Calcul Differential. 8vo. Paris, 1811. 

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Hales (Guil.) Analysis <£quationum. 4to. Dublinii, 1784. 

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PoweU (W. S.) A Defence of the " Observations" fyc. Svo. Cambridge, 

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Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1760. [Hh. 3. 36.] 

Waring (Edward) A Letter to Dr. Powell in Answer to the " Observa- 
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Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1760. [Hh. 3. 36.] 

Waring (Edward) On the Principles of translating Algebraic Quantities 
into probable Relations and Annuities, &c. (Two Copies.) Svo. 
Cambridge, 1792. [Gg. 5. 26,27.] 

Two other Copies. 8vo. Cambridge, 1792. [Gg. 7. 11,16.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1792. [Hh. 2. 37.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1792. [Hh. 7. 27.] 

Wood (James) Elements of Algebra. Svo. Cambridge, 1 795. [Dd. 3. 61.] 

Woodhouse (Robert) The Principles of Analytical Calculation. 4to. 

Cambridge, 1803. [Gg. 1. 11.] 
Elements of Algebra. (Imperfect.) 4to. [Ee. 1. 35.] 

Woodhouse (Robert) A Treatise on Isoperimetrical Problems, and the 
Calculus of Variations. 8vo. Cambridge, 1810. [Dd. 2. 49.] 

An Explanation of the Affirmative and Negative Signs in Algebra. 8vo. 
Cambridge. [Hh. 2. 39.] 



ii. Fluxion*. 

Newton (Sir Isaac) A Treatise of the Method of Fluxions and Infinite 
Series, with its application to the Geometry of Curve Lines. Translated 
from the Latin. Svo. London, 1737. [Dd. 1. 20.] 

Newton (Sir Isaac) The Method of Fluxions and Infinite Series, with its 
application to the Geometry of Curve Lines. With a Comment by 
John Colson, M. A. F. R. S. 4to. London, 1 73G. [Co. 2. 29.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 173G. [Dd. 1. G3.] 

Robins (Benjamin J A Discourse on the Nature and Uncertainty of Sir Isaac 

Newton's Methods of Fluxions and of Prime and Ultimate Ratios. Svo. 

Mathematical Tracts, Vol. II. [Dd. 1. 33.] 
Craig (Johannis) De Calculo Fluentium, et tie Optica Analytica. lto. 

Londini, 1718. [Dd. 1. 68.] 

Dealtry (William) The Principles of Fluxions, roval Svo. London, 
1810. [Dd. 1. 1.] 

De Moivre (Abrahami) Animadversiones in D. Georgii Cheynrci Trae- 
tatum de Fluxionum Methodo Inversa. lto. Londini, 17 01. 

[Ff. 7. 18.j 

Emerson (William) The Doctrine of Fluxions : not only eN plaining the 
Elements thereof, but also its Application and Use in the se veral parts 
of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Svo. London. 17(iS. 

[Dd. 1. 11.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vol. XI L. [L. !>.">. 

Hales (Guil.) Analysis Fluxionum. lto. Londini, KS00. [Dd. J. US.] 
Hales (Guil.) Corrigenda et Addenda ad Analysin Fluxionum. l to. 



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Hates (Charles) A Treatise of Fluxions, or Introduction to Mathematical . 
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Lyons (Israel) A Treatise of Fluxions. 8vo. London, 1758. [Dd. 2. 39.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1758. [G. 23. 14.] 

Maclaurin (Colin) A Treatise of Fluxions. 2 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 
1742. [Ee. 1. 17,18.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1742. [C. 23. 19,20.] 

Rowking (John) A Preliminary Discourse to an intended Treatise on the 

Fluxionary Method. 8vo. London, 1756. [Hh. 8. 36.] 
Simpson (Thomas) The Doctrine and Application of Fluxions. Two 

parts in 1 vol. 8vo. London, 1750. [Dd. 3. 48.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1750. [Dd. 3. 49,50.] 

Another Copy. Second Edition, 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1776. 

[A. 16. 7^,80.] 

Vinck (Samuel) The Principles of Fluxions, designed for the Use of Stu- 
dents in the University. 8vo. Cambridge, 1795. [Dd. 8. 53.] 

Vince (Samuel) A Treatise on Fluxions. 8vo. Cambridge, 1818. 

[Dd. 3. 55.] 



3. Geometry, Theoretical and Practical. 
i. Elementary and Transcendental Geometry. 

Newton (Sir Isaac) Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves, and 
Analysis by Equations of an infinite number of Terms, explained by 
John Stewart, A. M. Professor of Mathematics in the Marischal Col- 
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Another Copy. [Gg. 2. 3.] 

Barrow (Isaaci) Lectiones Opticae et Geometricse. 4to. Londini, 1 674. 

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Barrow (Isaac) Geometrical Lectures, translated by Edmund Stone. 8vo. 
London, 1735. [Gg. 5. 5.] 

Cavallerii (F. Bonaventurae) Exercitationes Geometricse. 4to. Bononiae, 

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Chribtmannj (Jacobi) Tractatio Geometrica de Quadratura Circuli. 4to. 

Francofurti, 1595. [D. 20. 42.] 

Clairaut (M.) Elemens de Geometric 8vo. Paris, 1775. [Dd. 1.29.] 

Creswell (D.) An Elementary Treatise on the Geometrical and Alge- 
braical Investigation of Maxima and Minima. 8vo. Cambridge, 1812. 

[Dd. 1. 86.] 

Des Cartes (Renati) Geometria cum notis Florimondi de Beaune, et 
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Douglas (George) An Appeal to the Republic of Letters, in behalf of 
Injured Science, from the Opinions and Proceedings of some Modern 
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Another Copy. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1810. [Dd. 4. 42.] 

Emerson (William) The Elements of Geometry. 8vo. Works, Vol. II. 

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Emerson (William) The Method of Increments ; wherein the Principles 
are demonstrated, and the Practice thereof shewn in the Solution of 
Problems. 4to. London, 1763. [Dd. 1. 81.] 
Fin^i (Orontii) Quadratura Circuli. folio, Parisiis, 1544. [D. 1. 24.] 
Finaei (Orontii) Geometria. 8vo. Argent. 1543. [D. 18. 1.] 

Garnier (J. G.) Recherches Analytiques sur la Trisection de l'Angle. 

8vo. Paris, 1809. [Dd. 3. 18.] 
Hamilton (Hugonis) De Sectionibus Conicis Tractatus Geometricus. 

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Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1758. [C. 23. 18.] 

Havemanni (Michaelis) Geometria, compendiose adornata. 4to. Franco- 
furti,1650. [C. 14. 34.] 

Hospital (G. F. A. Marquis de V) Traite Analytique des Sections 
Coniques et leur Usage pour la Resolution des Equations dans les 
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Howard (John) A Treatise on Spherical Trigonometry. 8vo. Newcastle- 
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Hutton (Charles) Elements of Conic Sections. 8vo. London, 1787. 

[Dd. 2. 7.] 

Jack (Richard) Elements of Conic Sections. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1742. 

[Dd. 2. S.] 

La Croix (S. F.) Elemens de Geometric. 8vo. Paris, 1811. [Dd. 2- 18.] 

La Croix (S. F.) Elemens de Geornetrie, sur les Planes et les Surfaces 
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Legendre(A. M.) Elemens de Geornetrie. 8vo. Paris, 1809. [Dd. 2.25.] 

*Legendre (A. M.) Elements of Geometry and of Plane and Spherical 
Trigonometry; edited by David Brewster, LL.D. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1824. 

Leslie (John) Elements of Geometry, Geometrical Analysis, and Plane 
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The same Work. Third Edition. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1817. 

[Dd. 2. 28.J 

Longomontani (Christiani) Geometria? Qurcsita tredceim ; quibus Cyclo- 
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Controversia inter Longomontanum et Pelliuni de vera Circuli mensura. 

4to. Amstel. 1647. [D. 20. 58.] 
Lucas (Bernard) The Solution of the Quadrature of the Circle, ttc. 

Chesterfield, 1788. [Ee. 1. 28.] 

Maclaurin (Colini) Geometrica Organica ; sive Dcscriptio Linearuni 
Curvarum Universalis. 4to. Londini, 1720. [Dd. ;J. Gl.j 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1720. [Gg. /». 13.] 

Mersenni (Marini) Universal Geometria* Mixta quo Mathematics; Syn- 
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Moltheri (Johannis) De Cubi Duplicatione. lto. Francof. HU9. 



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Monge (M.) Application d' Analyse a la Geometric 4to. Paris, 1809. 

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Neandbi (M.) Elementa Sphaericse Doctrinae. 4to. Basil. 16 — . [D. 20. S.J 

Paman (Roger) The Harmony of the Ancient and Modern Geometry as- 
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Pakdies (Ignatii Gaston) Elementa Geometriae. 12mo. Oxonii, 1694. 

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Peacock (D. M.) A System of Conic Sections, adapted to the Study of 
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Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1810. [C. 27. SO.] 

Platfair (John) Elements of Geometry ; containing the first Six Books 
of Euclid, with Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1795. [C. 24. 15.] 

Rtffh (Petri) Questioned Geometries. 4to. Francofurti, 1 600. 

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Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1665. [F. 7. 20.] 

Scaligeri (Josephi) Cyclometrica Elementa Duo. folio, Lug. Bat. 1594. 

[D. 1. 30.] 

Schooten (Francisci a) De Organica Conicarum Sectionum in Piano De- 
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Simpson (Thomas) Elements of Geometry. 8vo. London, 1 780. 

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— — Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1780. [A. 16. 77.] 
Simson (Roberti) Sectionum Conicarum Libri Quinque. 4to. Edinburgi, 
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Steell (Robert) A Treatise of Conic Sections. 4to. London, 1745. 

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Stewart (Matthaei) Propositiones Geometricae, more veterum demon- 
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Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Edinburgi, 1763. [C. 24. 16.] 

Stirling (Jacobi) Lineae Tertii Ordinis Neutonianae. 8vo. Oxoniae, 

1717. [Dd. 1. 46.] 
Tacquet (Andreae) Elementa Geometriae. 12mo. Antwerpiae, 1672. 

[F. 7. 27.] 

Taylor (Brook) Methodus Incrementorum directa et inversa. 4to. 
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Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1715. [Dd. 1. 47*] 

Vince (Samuel) Elements of Conic Sections. 8vo. Cambridge, 1810. 

[Dd. 3. 54.] 

Vincentu (P. Gregorii) Opus Geometricum Quadrature Circuli, et 
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Mathematical! Magick, or the Wonders that may be performed by 
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Tactometria ; or the Geometry of Regulars. By J. W. [J. Wybard.] 
8vo. London, 1650. [F. 17. 5.] 

Young (Thomas) An Essay on Cycloidal Curves. 4to. London, 1800. 

[Dd. 3. 68.] 



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Taylor (Michael) Tables of Logarithms of all Nu 
101,000, and of the Sines and Tangents to every Se 
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Another Copy, royal 4to. London, 1792. [X 

A Table of Natural Verse Sines, adapted to the Con 
tions made with the Repeating Circle. 8vo. Lon 



6. Treatises on the Construction and U 
matical Instruments. 

Adams (George) Geometrical and Graphical Essays ; 
scription of Mathematical Instruments. Svo. Lon 

Adams (George) Geometrical and Graphical Essays, 
larged by William Jones. 8vo. London, 1813. [G 

Blagrave (John) The Mathematical Jewel : shewing 
most excellent Use of a singular Instrument so call 
formeth with wonderful dexteritie, whatsoever is to 
quadrant, ship, circle, cylinder, ring, dyall, hoi 
sphere, globe, or by most tables commonly extai 
1584. [D. 1..31.] 

•Brewster (David) A Treatise on New Philosoplnca 
various purposes in the Arts and Sciences. Svo. E< 

Cunn (Samuel) A New Treatise on the Constructioi 
Sector. 8vo. London, 1729. [Dd 1. 37.] 

Galixjei (Galilaei) De Proportionum Instrumcnto a s( 
ex Italico in Latinum Sermonem versus per Matt. 13 
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Gunter (Edmond) The Description and Use of the Se 
and other Instruments. 4to. London, 1636. [[). 

Oughtred (William) The Circles of Proportion and 
strument. Translated from the Latin bv W. Fors 
1632. [D. 19. 27.] 

■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 1 63 i. [O. 

Partridge (Seth) Description and Use of an InstriniK 
ble Scale of Proportion. 8vo. London, 1 66 1 . ( K. 

Ramsden (J.) A Description of an Engine for divi< 
Instruments. 4to. London, 1777. [He. 1. S3.} 

Trouohton (Edward) A Description of a Tubular 
London, 1804. [Gg. 5. 20.] 



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7. Mathematics applied to the Art of Conjecturing, 
and Calculation of Probabilities — Life Annuities, 8Cc. 

Bkrnouilli (Jacobi) Ars Conjectandi. Accedit Tractatus de Seriebus 
Infinitis, et Epistola (Gallice scripta) de Ludo Pilae reticularis. 4to. 
Basileae, 1713. [Dd. 1. 8.] 

Condorcet (J. A. N. de Caritat, Marquis de) Essai sur l'Application de 
1' Analyse a la Probability des Decisions rendues a la Plural ite de* 
Voix. 4to. Paris, 1785. [Dd. 1. 64.] 

De Moivre (Abraham) The Doctrine of Chances ; or A Method of Cal- 
culating the Methods of Probabilities of Events in Play. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1756. [Dd. 1. 77.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1737. [Ee. 1. 23.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1738. [C. 4. 25.] 

La Croix (I. F.) Traite Elementaire du Calcul des Probabilites. 8vo. 

Paris, 1816. [Dd. 2. 23.] 
La Place (P. S. Comte^ Theorie Analytique des Probabilites. 4to. 

Paris, 1812. [Ee. 1. 78.] 
La Place (P. S.) Theorie Analytique des Probability, seconde edition, 

Paris, 1814. [Ee. 1. 79.] 
A Letter from a Member of the Amicable Society for a Perpetual 

Assurance, giving an Account of that Society. 4to. London, 1706. 

[M. 14. 9.] 

De Moivre (Abraham) Annuities of Lives ; or The Valuation of Annui- 
ties upon any number of Lives ; as also of Reversions. 8vo. London, 
1725. [P. 219. (7.)] 

Simpson (Thomas) The Doctrine of Annuities and Reversions. 8vo. 
London, 1775. [A. 16. 81.] 

Price (Richard) Observations on Reversionary Payments, and on 
Schemes for Providing Annuities, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1792. 

[A. 16. 33,34.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1773. [Dd. 1. 28.] 

Morgan (William) The Doctrine of Annuities and Assurances on Lives 
and Survivorships stated and explained. 8vo. London, 1779. 

[Dd. 1. 15.] 

Maseres (Francis) The Principles of the Doctrine of Life Annuities 
explained. 4 to. London, 1783. [Ec. 1. 85.] 

Milne (Joshua) A Treatise on the Valuation of Annuities, and Assu- 
rances on Lives and Survivorships, &c. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1815. 

[Gg. 5. 15,16.] 

Bailey (Francis) The Doctrine of Interest and Annuities, analytically 
investigated and explained. 4to. London, 1808. [Dd. 1. 52.] 

Bailey (Francis) The Doctrine of Life Annuities and Assurances, analyti- 
cally investigated and practically explained. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1813. [Dd. 4. 4,5.] 

Bailey (Francis) Account of the several Life-Assurance Companies esta- 
blished in London ; containing a View of their respective Merits and 
Advantages. 8 vo. London, 1811. [Dd. 4. 6.] 

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Bailey (Francis) Tables for the Purchasing and Renewing of Leases, for 
terms of years certain, and for Lives. 8vo. London, 1812. [Dd 4. 3.] 

Another Copy. 8 vo. London, 1802. [Ii. 5. 1.] 

*Babbage (Charles) A Comparative View of the Different Institutions 

for the Assurance of Lives. 8vo. London, 1826. 
Tables for Renewing and Purchasing of the Leases of Cathedral 

Churches and Colleges, according to their several Kates of Interest. 

12mo. Cambridge, 1686. [K. 15. 38.] 
Sir Isaac Newton's Tables for Renewing and Purchasing ^ ~q 

the Leases of Cathedral Churches and Colleges. < U r ' " 

(Three Copies.) 18mo. London, 1742. - - C 0, » ,U '-J 

%* " This Book was first published about the year 1685, by an anony- 
mous author, with a recommendatory Latin note in the title-page bu 
Sir Isaac Newton. As soon as that great mathematician died, the 
publishers artfully prefixed to the book, in large capital litters, the 
alluring title of * Sir Isaac Newton's Tables,' under which natrn it 
has erroneously gone, ever since,' 1 — (Bailey's Tables for Renewing, 
&c. Leases, Pref. p. iv.) 



III. Mixed Mathematics. 

1. Mechanics. 

i. General Treatises and Essays on Mechanics. — Descrip- 
tions of Machines. 

Guidiubaldi e Mardrionibus Montis Mechanicorum Liber. folio. 

Pisauri, 1577. [D. 1. 19.] 
Guerra (Joannis de) In AristoteHs Meclianica Commentarii. 1 to. 

[c. u. 

Hulsii (Levini) Instrumenta Meclianica. 4to. Francol'urti, 1G0J. 

[D. :2u. til. J 

Mersenni (Marini) Tractatus Mechanicus, Theoricus ct Fractious. Ito. 

Parisiis, 1644. [C. 14. 3.] 
Wallisii (Joannis) Mechanica, sive de Motu Tractatus Gconiotricu>. 

4to. Londini, 1671. [D. 20. 28.] 
Euleri (Leonardi) Mechanica, sive Motus Scicntia analytice cxposha. 

2 torn. 4to. Petropoli, 1736. [C. 23. 16,17.] 
Frisii (Paulli) Mechanica Universa, ot Mtciianaw A nplk'atio ad Aqiu- 

rum Fluentium Theoriam. 4to. Inter Oj-wtna i\ >u. LI. Dtl. 1. s <>. 

Galilei (Galileo) Discorsi e Demonstrations M;.tiu maticlu 1 attenenti alia 
Mecanica et i Movimento Local. Ito. Lrula, lii,;;. It". 11. 2S._; 

La Grange (J. L.) Mecanique Analvtiqiu-. Ho. J tunics, Paris, 

1811-15. [Ee. 1. 70,71.] 
La Grange (J. L.) Mecanique Analytiquc Ito. Paris. i;ss. 

-:\. K>.] 

Poisson (S. D.) Traite de Mecanique. '2 tomes svu. Paris. \s\ 1. 

; i>d. 1. ;m..,-_>7. ] 




TREATISES, ETC. ON MECHANICS. 648 



Prony(R.) Mecanique Philosophique ; ou Analyse Raisonnee de Divers 
Parties de la Science d'Equilibre et du Mouvement. 4to. Paris, An 
VIII. [Ee. 1. 13.] 

Emerson (William) The Principles of Mechanics. 4to. London, 1758. 

[Dd. 1. 82.] 

Emerson (William) Tracts, viz. Mechanics, or the Doctrine of Motion — 
The Projection of the Sphere — The Laws of Centripetal and Centrifu- 
gal Force. 8vo. Works, Vol. VII. [E. 25. 20.] 

Clark (Samuel) An Easy Introduction to the Practice of Mechanics. 
4to. London, 1764. [Dd. 1. 61.] 

Parkinson (Thomas) A System of Mechanics. (Two Copies.) 4to. 
Cambridge, 1789. [C. 21. 7,8.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1789/ [Gg. 1. 15.] 

Wood (James) The Principles of Mechanics. 8vo. Cambridge, 1796. 

[Dd. 3.-61.] 

Robison (John) Elements of Mechanical Philosophy; Vol.1, including 
Dynamics and Astronomy, [all published.] 8vo. Edinburgh, 1804. 

[Dd. 1. 31.] 

Gregory (Olinthus) A Treatise of Mechanics, Theoretical, Practical, and 
Descriptive. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1806. [Dd. 3. 24-26.] 

Whewell (William) An Elementary Treatise on Mechanics. 8vo. Cam- 
bridge, 1819. [Dd. 3. 60.] 

•Venturoli (Giuseppe) Elements of the Theory of Mechanics, translated 
from the Italian by Daniel Creswell. To which is added, a Selection 
of Problems in Mechanics. 8vo. Cambridge, 1822. 

•Venturoli (Giuseppe) Elements of Practical Mechanics. To which is 
added, a Treatise upon the Principle of Virtual Velocities, and its Uses 
in Mechanics. Translated from the Italian by Daniel Creswell. 8vo. 
Cambridge, 1823. 

Moxon (John) Mechanick Exercises ; or the Doctrine of Handy works, 
No. I. 4to. London, 1677. [M. 15. 20.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1683. [F. 15. 38.] 

Ferguson (James) Lectures on Select Subjects in Mechanics, Hydro- 
statics, Pneumatics, and Optics ; with the Use of the Globes in the 
Art of Dialling, &c. 8vo. London, 1770. [Dd. 3. 11.] 

Lectures on Select Subjects. 8vo. London, 1790. [E. 6. 10.] 

Lectures on Select Subjects ; with Notes and an Appendix 

adapted to the present State of the Arts and Sciences. By David 
Brewster. 2 vols. 8vo. with a 4to vol. of Plates, Edinburgh, 1806. 

[Dd. 3. 12-14.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. with a vol. of Plates, Edinburgh, 

1806. [Gg. 5. 7-9.] 

Atwood (George) A Treatise on the Rectilinear Motion and Rotation of 
Bodies. 8vo. London, 1784. [Dd. 4. 1.] 

Waring (Edward) On Centripetal Forces. 4to. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

Wollaston (William Hyde) The Bakerian Lecture on the Force of Per- 
cussion. 4to. London, 1806. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

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6*4 PHILOSOPHY. 

Fekwick (Thomas) Four Essays on Practical Mechanics. 8vo. New 
castle-upon-Tyne, 1802. [Gg. 5. 26.] 

Worcester (Henry Somerset, Marquis of) A Century of the Names and 
Scantlings of his own Inventions. 12mo. London, 16G.3. [IV So."). — 

Bailey (Alexander) Plates of Mechanical Machines, folio, London 
1782. [A. 12. 22.] 

Banks (John) A Treatise on Mills. 8vo. London, 1705. [Gg. 7. 15.] 

Bramah (Joseph) A Dissertation on the Construction of Locks. Svo, 
London, 1815. [Gg. 7. 11.] 

Description of a Patent for an Engine on a Rotative Principle. 

[Hh. 3. 3D.] 



ii. Hydrodynamics, Hydrostatics, and Pneumatics. 

Bernoulli (Joannis, jun.) Hydrodynamica ; sivc de Viribus et Motions 
Fluidorum Commentarius. 4to. Argcntorati, 1738. [Cc. 2. 40.] 

Bossut (M.) Traite Elementaire d'Hydrodvnamique. 2 vols. Svo. Paris, 
1771. [Dd. 1. 22,23.] 

Vince (Samuel) The Principles of Hydrostatics. Svo. Cambridge, 179f>. 

[Dd. 3. 54.] 

•Bland (Miles) The Elements of Hydrostatics; with their Application 

to the Solution of Problems. 8vo. London, 1824. 
Cotes (Roger) Hydrostatical and Pneumatical Lectures. Svo. London. 

1738. [P. 6. 1.] 

Hydrostatical and Pneumatical Lectures. Svo. London. 

[Dd. 1. 34. 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1748. [Dd. 1. 35.] 

Extracts from Dr. Cotes' Pneumatical Lectures, ho. [I*. Ki. (MM] 
Twaddell (William) Directions for ascertaining the Strength or Sju- 

cific Gravity of any kinds of Spirits by Hydrostatical Gla*s Bubbli-s. 

12mo. Glasgow, 1800. [Ff. 8. 54.] 

Cutiibertson (John) Description of an improved Air-Pump. Svo. 

[Hh. .;. 3?.; 

Another Copy. Svo. [Ilh. 7. :M. n 



£ 2. Astrannmji. 
i. History of Jsinmumi;. 

Delambre (J. B. J.) Histoire de l'Astronomic A m iei.ik . I tonus, ln>. 
Paris, 1817. [Dd. 1. 71,72.] 

Delambre (J. B. J.) Histoire de i'Astiojioinit du .Aiuun A-r. ;u>. Par.i, 
1818. [Dd. 1. 73.] 



ANTIENT ASTRONOMERS. 645 

*Bailly (Jean Sylvain) Histoire de l'Astronomie. 5 vols. 4to. Paris, 
J781. 

•Voiron (M.) Histoire de l'Astronomie depuis 1781 jusqu'en 1811, 
pour servir de suite a THistoire de Bailly. 4to. Paris, 1811. 



ii. Works of Antient Astronomers, Greek, Latin, 
Hebrew, and Arabic. 

Astronomica Veterum Scripta Isagogica, Graece et Latino : 

Auctoves Graci. A act ores Latini. 

Procli Sphaera. Aratea Phaenomena cum interpretatione 

Arati Solensis Phaenomena. M. T. Ciceronis. 

Leontius Mechanicus, de Con- Festus Rufus. 
structione Sphaerae. Germanicus Caesar. 

Veterum Poetarum Fragmenta. 
C. Julii Hygini Poeticon. 
8vo. Ex Officina Sanctandrcana, 1599. [D. 19. 38.] 

Procli Sphaera, Cleomedes de Mundo, Arati Phaenomena, et Dionysii 

Descriptio Orbis Habitabilis, Graece et Latine, a Marco Hoppero. 

8vo. Basileae, 1547. [D. 18. 24.] 
Proclus Diadochus de Sphaera, et Arati Phaenomena. Graece et Latine. 

4to. 1536. [D. 20. 8.] 
Procli Diadochi Paraphrasis in Ptolemaei Libros TV. de Siderum Affec- 

tionibus, Graece et Latine, ex Recensione Leonis Allatii. 8vo. Lug. 

Bat. 1635. [D. 18. 16.] 

Monterioio (Joannis de) Epitome in Almagestum Ptolemaei. folio, 
Noribergae, 1550. [D. 1. 13.] 

Manilii (Marci) Astronomicon. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1600. [D. 20. 62.] 

+Chaim (Abrahami) Sphaera Mundi, Hebraice et Latine, cura Sebastiani 

Munsteri. 4to. Basileae, 1546. 
Gebri filii Affla, De Astronomia Libri Novem. folio, Norimbergae, 

1534. [D. 1. 22.] 
Albateni (Mahometis) De Scientia Stellarum Liber, cum aliquot addi- 

tionibus Joannis Regiomontani, ex Bibliotheca Vaticana transcriptus. 

4to. Bononiae, 1645. [C. 14. 6.] 



iii. Works of Modern Astronomical Writers. 
( I .) General and Elementary Treatises on Astronomy. 

Cardani (Hieronymi) Libelli Quinque, de Supplemento Almanach ; de 
restitutione temporum et motuum ccelestium ; de judiciis geniturarum ; 
de revolutionibus ; de exemplis centum geniturarum. 4 to. Norimbergae, 
1547. [G. 7. 4.] 

Santbech (Danielis) Problematum Astronomicorum et Geometricorum 
Sectiones septem. folio, Basileae, 1561. [D. 1. 23.] 



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Regiomontani (Joannis) Fundainenta Operation um quae fiunt per Tn- 
bulam Generalem. folio, Neuburgi, 1557. [D. 1. 8.] 

TorporljEi (Nath.) Diclides Ccelometricae, seu Valva Astronomia^ Uni- 
versalis. 4to. Londini, 1602. [G. 7. 8.] 

Copernici (Nicolai) Astronomia Instaurata, notis illustrata opera ct 
studio Nicolai Mulerii. 4to. Amstelodami, 1G17. [C. 14. 12.] 

Longomontani (Christiani) Astronomia Danica. 4to. Amsterodami. 
1621. [C. 14. 5.] 

tLANSBEBGii (Philippi) Astronomia Restituta. 4to. Middelburgi, 1 G 1 9. 

Lansbergii ("Philippi) Commentationes in Motum Terrae diurnum ct ai.- 
nuum. 4to. Middelburgi, 1630. [C. 14. 23.] 

Fromondi ( Liherti) Vesta : sire Ant-Aristarchi Vindcx adversus Jacohvm 
Lansbcrgium Philippi F. Medicum, Middelburgcnscm* 4to. Anther pin, 

1634. [C. 14. 31.] 

Brahe (Tychonis) Astronomia; Instaurata* Progymnasmata. 4to. Fran- 
cofurti, 1590. [C. 14. 18.] 

Brahe (Tychonis) Astronomia Nova AITIOAOFHTO^ seu Physica 
Coelestis tradita Commentariis de Motibus stellar Martis. folio, 
Pragae, 1609. [D. 2. 9.] 

Brahe (Tychonis) EpistoUe Astronomica?. 4to. Francofurti, 1610. 

[C. 14. 19. J 

Clararnontii (Scipionis) Anti-Tycliu, in quo contra Tycho Brahe demunstra- 
tur Cornet as esse sublunar es, mm celestes. 4to. Fenctiis, 1621. 

[C. 14. 29.1 

Kepleri (Johannis) Tychonis Brahci Hydcraspistes, adversus »S. Clara- 
rnontii Anti-Tychonem. 4to. Francofurti, 1625. [D. 20. 35.] 

Bartholini (Petri) Apologia pro Obscrvationibus, ct Hypothcsibus Astro- 
nomicis Tychonis Brahe; contra vanas Martini llonensii crimina- 
tiones et calumnias. 4to. Hafnite, 1632. [D. If). 31.] 

Kepleri (Joannis) Prodromus Dissertationum Cosmo^rapliicarum, con- 
tinens Mysterium cosmographicum de admirabili proportions orbium 
ccelestium : deque causis ccolorum numeri, magnitudinis, motuumquo 
periodicorum genuinis ct propriis, demonstratum per quinqiif n mil- 
iaria corpora Geometrica. Addita est Narralio M. Gioruii Jtwicniir.i. 
Rhetici, de libris Revolutionum atque admirnndis do nmneio, online, 
et distantiis Sphacrarum Mundi bypothesibus. < xeellentisshni Mathe- 
matici D. Nicolai Copernici. Item, ejusdrm.l. Kepleri pro suo open- 
Harmonices Mundi Apologia adverse Demons: atiom m Analyticam 
CI. V. D. Roberti de Fluctibus. Medici Oxon'u n>is. folio, Franco- 
furti, 1621. [D. 1. 9.] 

Kepleri (Joannis) Epitome Astronomic Copt rnic.».ii.e. Svo. Francohirti, 

1635. [S. 2. 23.] 

Kepleri (Joennis) Somnium ; seu Opus Pootlnnuum <le Astronomia Lu- 

nari. 4to. Francofurti, 1634. [D. 20. " >. 
Bullialdi (S.) Astronomia Philolaica. folio. Pari>ii>, l(i4.3. [IX 1- 13. _ 

Baptists (Joannis) Almagestum Novum, AMnmomiani \ euivm No- 
vamque complectens ; obscrvationibus aliorum, t propriis novisque 
Theorematibus, problematibus ac tabnlis pro .. > ' >.-. !<>ii<;. Hot: -mi: v. 
1651. [D. 2. 4.] 



TREATISES ON ASTRONOMY. 647 



Gassendi (Petri) Institutio Astronomica : cui accesserunt Galilei Galilie 
Nun tius Sidereus, et Johannis Kepleri Dioptrice. 8vo. Londini, 165$. 

[M. 6. 30.] 

Moxon (Joseph) A Tutor to Astronomy ; or the Use of the Copernican 
Spheres. 4to. London, 1665. [G. 7. 35.] 

Gregorii (Davidis) Astronomiae Physicae et Geometricae Elementa. 
folio, Oxon. 1702. [B, 2. 4.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Oxonise, 1702. [Ff. 2. 3.] 

• Astronomiae Physicae et Geometricae Elementa. 2 torn. 4to. 

Geneva;, 1726. [Ee. 1. 40,41.] 

Whiston (Gulielmi) Praelectiones Astronomicae, Cantabrigiae in Schoh's 
Publicis habitae. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, J 707. [Dd. 1. 49.] 

Keill (Johannis) Introductio ad Veram Astronomiam. 8vo. Londini, 
1721. [R. 11.7.] 

Exemplaria duo. 8vo. Londini, 1721. [Dd. 2. 10,12.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1721. [Gg. 5. 11.] 

' Introductiones ad Veram Physicam et Veram Astronomiam ; qui- 

bus accedunt Trigonoraetria, et de Viribus centralibus, etiam deLegibus 
Attractions, Tractatus. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1739. [Gg. 1. 38.] 

Keill (John) An Introduction to True Astronomy, translated by the Au- 
thor. 8vo. London, 1789. [Dd. 2. 11.] 

Gregory (John) The Elements of Physical and Geometrical Astronomy. 
Translated and revised by Edmund Stone. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1726. [Dd. 3. 22,23.] 

Martin (Benjamin) Institutions of Astronomical Calculations. 8vo* 
London, 1765. [Dd. 1. 11.] 

Emerson (William) A System of Astronomy ; containing the Investiga- 
tion and Demonstration of the Elements of that Science. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1769. [Dd. 4. 45.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vol. VIII. [E. 25. 21.] 

Ferguson (James) Astronomy explained upon Sir Isaac Newton's Prin- 
ciples, and made easy to those who have not studied the Mathematics. 
4to. London, 1773. [Dd. 1. 84.] 

Ferguson (James) An Easy Introduction to Astronomy for young Gen- 
tlemen and Ladies. 8vo. London, 1790. [Dd. 3. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1768. [Ff. 7. 49.] 

Vince (Samuel) The Principles of Astronomy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1799. 

[Dd. 3. 53.] 

A Complete System o'f Astronomy. 3 vols. 4to. Cambridge, 

1797. [D. 23. 5,6.] 
A Complete System of Astronomy. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1808- 

1814. [Gg. 2. 12-14.] 
Woodhouse (Robert) An Elementary Treatise on Astronomy. 2 vols. 

8vo. Cambridge, 1812. [Dd. 3.. 62,63.] 
On the Integration of certain Differential Expressions with 

which Problems in Physical Astronomy are connected. 4to. London, 

1804. [Gg. 1. 42.] 



648 



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Hellins (John) A Second Appendix to the improved Solution of a Pro- 
blem in Physical Astronomy, inserted in the Philosophical Transac- 
tions for the year 1798. 4to. London, 1800. [Dd. 3. 68.] 

Cassini (M.) Elemens d'Astronomie. 4to. Paris, 1740. [Cc. 3. 70.] 

Un autre Exemplaire, avec des Tables Astronomiques. 3 vols. 

4to. Paris, 1740-56. [O. 8. 32-34.] 

Lalande (Joseph Jerome Francis) Astronomic. 2 vols. 4to. Paris. 
1764. [O. 8. 40,41.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1771. [Ec. 1. 10-12.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1792. [Cc. '2. 61-63.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 3 vols. 4to. Paris, 1792. [E. 24. 1 7-10. 

Cousin (J. A. J.) Introduction a l'Etude de 1' Astronomic Physique. 4to. 
Paris, 1787. [E. 24. 15.] 

Delambre (J. B. J.) Abregc d'Astronomie, ou Lecons Elementaires 
d'Astronomie Theorique et Practique. 8vo. Paris, 1813. [Dd. 1. 30.] 

— ■ Astronomie Theorique et Practique. 3 tomes, 4to. Paris, 

1814. [Dd. 1. 74-76.] 



(2.) Systems of the World. — Celestial Mechanics. 

Munsteri (Sebastiani) Organum Uranicum. folio, Basileae, 1536. 

[D. 1. 8.] 

Sphaerae atque Astrorum Ccelestium Ratio, Natura ct Motus. 

Syllabus. 

J. Zieglerus de solidae sphaerae constructions 
Proclus Diadochus de Sphacra, Greece et Latino. 
De canonica per sphaeram operations 
Hemicyclium Berosi. 

Aratus Solensis de siderum natura et motu, Greece. 
Planisphaerium C. Ptolemaei, et Jordani. 

4to. 1536. j i). 30. s. 

Finei (Orontii) De Mundi Sphaera sive Cosmographia Libri QuiiKpu 

folio, Parisiis, 1542. [D. 1. 21.] 
Frisii (Gemmae) De Radio Astronomico Liber. 1 to. Antvorjua', ■'>. 

[G. 7. 8.] 

tBRAHE (Tychonis) Astronomic Instaurnta: Mu'hanica. folio, Non- 
berga 1 , 1602. 

Brahe (Tychonis) De Mundi /E there i Recentioribus Pluenomenis. 4to. 

Pragae,*1603. [C. 14. 19.] 
Kepleri (Joannis) Harmonices Mundi, Libri Quinque. iblio, Lineii 

Austria, 1619. [D. 1. 35.] 
Petavii (Dionysii) Uranologicon, sive Systenia \ 'arionmi Amhorum, qui 

de Sphscra ac Sideribus eorumque Motibus Gr; . ve eonuuentati sunt. 

folio, Paris. 1630. [C. 13. 9.] 
Lansberoii (Philippi) Urancmetriae Libri tres. Itc M iiUk iburgi, 1631. 

iC. 14. x'3. 1 



SYSTEMS OF THE WORLD, ETC. 649 

Claramontii (Scipionis) De Universo, Libri XVI. 4to. Colon. Agripp. 
1644. [D. 20. 26.] 

Tor rice llii (Evangelists) DeSphaera et Solidis Sphseralibus, Libri Duo. 
4to. Florentiae, 1644. [C. 14. 30.] 

Galilei (Galileo) Opere. 2 tomis, 4to. Bologna, 1655-56. [I. 6. 31,32.] 

Galilei (Galileo) Dialogus de Systemate Mundi. 4to. Aug. Trebat. 1635. 

[B. 7. 22.] 

Galilei (Galileo) Dialogus de Systemate Mundi. Accessit Appendix 
Gemina, qua SS. Scriptura? dicta cum mobilitate terrse conciliantur. 
8vo. Londini, 1663. [D. 19. 44.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1663. [N. 9. 59.] 

Difesa di Galilei contro alle calunnie di Bald. Capra. 4to. Vene- 

tia, 1607. [D. 20. 22.] 

II Saggiatore ; nel quale con bilancia esquisita e giusta si pon- 

derano le cose contenute nel la Libra Astronomica e Filosofica di Lotario 
Sarsi Sigensano. 4to. Roma, 1628. [D. 20. 15.] 

Schickardt. (Gulielmi) Responsio ad Gassendum ; de Mercurio sub Sole 
viso, et aliis Novitatibus Uranicis. 4to. Tubingae, 1632. [D. 19. 16.] 

Stikrii (Joannis) Praecepta Doctrina; Sphaericae. 4to. Londini, 1652. 

[H. 7. 19.] 

Boscovich (R. J.) et Maire (Christopbori) De Literaria Expeditione per 
Pontificiam Ditionem ad dimetiendos duos Meridiani Gradus et corri- 
gendam Mappam Gcographicam Jussu et auspiciis Benedicti XIV. 
Pont. Max. 4to. Romae, 1755. [Cc. 2. 55.] 

Frisii (Paulli) Cosmograpbia Physica et Mathematica. 4to. Inter Opc- 

rum Tom. III. [Dd. 1. 87.] 
Frisii (Paulli) Cosmographiae Phvsica* et Mathematics pars prior. 4to. 

Mediolani, 1774. [Ee. 1. 37."] 

La Place (P. S.) Exposition du Systerae du Monde. 4to. Paris, An 
VII. (1798.) [Ee. 1. 80.] 

Traite de Mecanique Celeste. 4 vols. 4to. Paris, An VII.- 

XI. (1798-1802.) [Ee. 1. 74-77.] 

Pellizer (Joseph Emanuel) Memoir for the Correction of Time, shewing 
a New System of the Universe. 8vo. [Hh. 3. 43.] 



(3.) Treatises on the Sun, on the Planets and their Satellites, 
on the Stars, on Comets, and on the Precession of the 
Equinoxes. 

Lobkowitz (Johannis Caramvel) Solis et Artis Adulteria, in quibus osten- 
ditur, Sphaera? doctrinam aliter quam hucusque tradi ; omnes apparentes 
lineas virtute refraetionum attolli ; et multi horoscopi, linearum impli- 
catione et discordia, novi, miri, necnon curiosi delincantur. folio, 
Lovanii, 1644. [D. 1. 29.] 

Galilei (Galileo) Istoria e Dimostrazioni intorno alle Macchie Solari e 
loro accidenti. 4to. Roma, 1613. [D. 20. 5.] 



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Scheineri (Christophori) Rosa Ursina, sive Sol ex Admirando Facu- 
larum et Macularum suarum Pheenomeno Varius. folio, Brcsciano, 
1630. [G. 3. 12.] 

Boscovich (Rogerii Josephi) De Solis ac Luna* Defectibus Libri Tres, 
(versibus conscripti). 4to. Londini, 1760. [Cc. 2. 5\.] 

Martin (Benjamin) Venus in the Sun; an Explication of the Rationale 
of the Transit of Venus over the Sun's Disk. 4to. London, 1701. 

[Ee. 1. ;31.] 

Beattie ( ) A Perpetual Time Table, to find the Day of the Month, 

the Sun's Rising and Setting, &c. 12mo. Carlisle, IS — [Gg. 5. 25.] 

Brinkley (Rev. Dr.) Two Practical Rules for reducing the observed 
distance of the Moon from the Sun, or a Fixed Star. 8vo. London, 
1816. [Gg. 7. 11.] 

Clairaut (M.) Theorie de la Lune, deduitedu scul Principe de l'Attrac- 
tion reciproquement proportionnelle aux Quarres des Distances. 4 to. 
Paris, 1765. [Dd. 1. 60.] 

Stewart (Matthew) The Distance of the Sun from the Earth, determined 
by the Theory of Gravity. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1713. [Gg. 5. 2^.] 

Purbachii (G.) Theoria Nova Planetarum. 8vo. Wittenberga\ 1601. 

[D. 18. 5.] 

Wooweri (J.) Dies iEstiva, sive de Umbra Pajgnion. 8vo. 1610. 

[D. 10. 39.] 

De Veil (Hans) An Essay towards a Solution of the Horizontal Moon. 
8vo. Northampton, 1725. [P. 132. (13.)] 

Clairaut (M.) Theorie de la Figure dc la Tcrre, tiree des Principes de 
l'Hydrostatique. Svo. Paris, 1808. [Dd. 1. 28.] 

Gianninii (Thomae) De Substantia Coeli ct Stellaruni EfTicientia Dispu- 
tationes Aristotelicai. 4to. Venetiis, 1(318. [C. 20. 6.J 

Claramontii (Scipionis) De tribus novis Stellis, qua* annis 1572, 1G00, 
1604, comparuere, Libri tres. Ito. Caiseme, 1028. [('. 11. 11.] 

Examen Censurae J. Camilli gloriosi in ejus Librum dc 

tribus novis Stellis. 4to. Florentia?, 1636. [D. 20. 11] 

Bainbrigii (J.) Canicularia. 18mo. Oxon. 1618. [|). 18.3 1. j 

Hbrschel (William) On the Parallax of the Fixed Stars ; Catalogue of 
Double Stars ; Descri|)tion of a Lamp-Micrometer ; and Investigation 
of Magnifying Powers, ito. London, 178'?. '(Jg. 1. 11. j 

Michell (John) On the Means of discovering the Distance. Magnitude, 
&c. of the Fixed Stars. 4to. London, 178 1. ; Og. 1.11.] 

Pond (John) On the Declination of some of tlio Fixed Stars. i;o. Lon- 
don, 1806. [Gg. 1. 12.] 

Maskelynr (Nevil) Rules for computing the Immer>ion of a Star he- 
hind, or the Emersion of a Star from, the Mo«»n's Limn, folio. M>,1 

(ig. 1. 6^ 

D'Alembert (M.) Recherches sur la Precession de.s L<minoxes, et stir la 
Nutation de l'axe de la Terre. 4to. Paris, 171!). ( Dd. 1 . J S.J 

Milner (Isaac) On the Precession of the 1 ,<jti:no\es. Ito. London, 
1780. [Ff. 3. 66.] 

Two other Copies. Ho. London, 1 780. Cg. 1. l 



ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS, ETC. 661 



Camilli (Joannis) De Cometis Dissertatio Astronomico-Physica. 4to. 
Venetiis, 1619. [C. 20. 7.] 

Pisonis (Car.) Cometse Speculum. 4to. Ponte ad Montionem, 1619. 

[D. 19. 28.] 

Claramontii (Scipionis) De Sede Sublunari Cometarum Opuscula tria. 
4to. Amstel. 1636. [D. 20. 12.] 

Smith (George) A Treatise of Comets, containing an Explication of all 
the various Appearances of the late Comet : the History of Comets 
from the earliest Account of those kind, of Planets, their Distance, Ve- 
locity, Size, &c; &c. 8vo. London, 1744. [P. 129. (19.)] 

Kepleri (Joannis) Dissertatio cum Nuncio Sidereo nuper ad mortales 
misso a Galilaeo. 4to. Pragae, 1610. QD. 20. 41.] 

Bayle (Peter) Reflections on the Comet of 1680, tending to explore 
popular Superstitions. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1708. QR. 13. 20,21.] 

Whiston (William) An Account of the Celestial Phenomena of the 
year 1736; particularly of the Comet foretold by Sir Isaac Newton. 
8vo. London, 1737. [P. 89. (5.)] 

Maupertuis (M. de) An Essay towards a History of the Principal Co- 
mets that have appeared since the year 1742. 8vo. London, 1769. 

[P. 304. (].)] 

Maskelyne (Nevil) Advertisement of the expected Return of the Comet 
of 1532 and 1661 in the year 1788. 4to. London, 1786. 

[Gg. 1. 41.] 

Baily (Francis) Memoir relative to the Annular Eclipse of the Sun, 
which will happen Sept. 7, 1820. 8vp. London, 1818. [Gg. 5. 25.] 



(4.) Astronomical Observations and Tables. — Celestial 

Atlasses. 

Monte Regio (Johannis de) Tabula? Astronomies?. 4to. Venetiis, 
mccccrc. [C. 14. 22.] 

Reinholdi (Erasmi) Prutenicae Tabulae Celestium Motuum. 4to. Tu- 
bingae, 1551. [C. 14. 22.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Tubingae, 1551. [C. 14. 33.] 

Leovitii (Cypriani) Ephemeridum novum atque insigne Opus ab 

A. D. 1556 usque in 1606 accuratissime supputatum. 2 torn, folio. 

Aug. Vind. 1557. [D. 2. 1,2.] 

Schoneri (Johannis) Tabulae Resolutte Astronomies. 4to. Witebergae, 
1588. [D. 19. 24.] 

Grevensteini (AnU) Eclipsiura omnium ab 1593 ad 1620 accurata et 
diligens ex Tabulis Prutenicis Supputatio. 4to. Bremae, 1592. 

[D. 19. 32.] 

Christmanni (J.) Observationum Solarium Libri tres. 4tc Basileae, 

1601. [D. 20. 7.] 
Muleri (Nic.) Tabulae Frisicae. 4to. Alcmariae, 1611. [C. 14. 2.] 

Cceli et Siderum in eo errantium Observationes Hassicae et Spicilegium 
biennale ex observationibus Tychonis Beahe. Quibus accesserunt J. 
Regiomontoni et B. Walteri observationes. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1618. 

[D. 19. 29.] 



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Brahe (Tychonis) Tabulae Rudolphinae, quibus Astronomicae Scientia. 
Temporum longinquitate collapsae Restauratio continetur, cnra J. Kep- 
leri. folio, Ulnue, 1627. [A. 2. 11.] 

Lansbergi (Philippi) Tabulae Motuum Coelestium Perpetuae. folio. 
Middelburgi. [D. 2. 27.] 

Renerii (Vincentii) Tabulae Motuum Coelestium Universale*. folio, 
Florentiae, 1647. [D. 4. 30.] 

Flamsteedh (Jobannis) Historia Coelestis, exhibens Fixarum Stellarum 
necnon Planetarum Omnium Observationes, et Transitus, ab anno 
1675 ad annum 1720, cum Catalogis Stellarum Fixarum. 3 toank 
folio, Londini, 1725. [D. 5. 10-12.] 

Cas&ini (Jacques) Tables Astronomiques de Soleil, de la Lime, des Ph- 
netcs, des Etoiles fixes, et des Satellites de Jupiter et de Saturne. 
4to. Paris, 1740. [Ee. 3. 80.] 

Ualllii (Edmundi) Tabula? Astronomicae. 4to. Londini, 1719. 

[Ee. 1. 43. _ 7 

A Treatise on tbe Parallactic Angle ; with an Appendix of Solar and 
Lunar Tables. 4to. London, 176(3. [I.e. 1. 35.] 

Mayer (Tobiaj) Tabulae Motuum Solis ct Luna?. Ito. Londini, 1770. 

[Ee. 1. 16.] 

La Lande (J. J. F.) Tables Astronomiques, calcuk'es pour le Meridicn 
de Paris jusqu'a l'Annee 1807. Ito. [Cc. :l. 61.] 

Herschel (Carolina) A Catalogue of Stars taken from Mr. Flamsteeds 
Observations contained in the second volume of the Historia Coelestis. 
folio, London, 1798. [Gg. 1. 6.] 

Mendoza Rn s (Joseph de) A Complete Collection of Tables for Navi- 
gation and Nautical Astronomy. Ito. London, 1S05. [Gg. 2. 11.] 

Another Copy. Ito. London, 1S0D. [Ee. 1. ST.] 

Bessel (F. W.) Fundamenta Astronomic pro anno 1755. deducta ex ob- 
servationibus Jacohi Bradley, folio, Regiomonti, IS18. [Og. 1. 1.] 

Barlow (Joseph) A New Method of finding the Longitude by an Alti- 
tude of the Moon, when two, three or more hours di.stuni from the 
Meridian, independent of the Longitude bv Account. Ito. London 
1818. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

A Table of Atmospherical Refractions, with Corrections for the height of 
the Barometer and Thermometer : also a Table of Second Differences, 
and the True Places of Twentv-iour Principal stars. Svo. London. 
18—. [Gg. 5. 25.] 



(5.) Treatises on the Construction inui I v> <>f A*tr ( ,}i<;nin'<!/ 

Instruments. 

Finei (Orontii) Quadrans Astrolabicus. * : . i> s i iu; vuiomi)u 
inserviens. folio, Parisiis, 1534. 1>. 1. 

V'uu'i (Orontii) De Horologiis et Quadr. i ' 'o .> 1 b i ^ui.ur. 
I'ariiiis, 1560. [D. 20. 6. J 



EPHEMEKI DES AND ALMANACKS. 653 



Stoflerini (Joannis) Elucidatio et Usus Astrolabii. 8vo. Col. Agr. 
1593. [D. 18.20.] 

Cnopii (Alberti Friderici) Tractatus Mathematical, in quo Instrumenti 
universalis novi Fabric* et Usus ostenditur, quo Rerum Altitudines, 
Latitudines, caeteraeque Dimensiones indagari possunt. 4to. Her- 
bornae, 1633. [C. 14. 25.] 

Russell (John) A Description of the Selenographia, an apparatus for 
exhibiting the phenomena of the Moon. 4to. London, 1797. 

[Gg. 1. 42.] 

Troughton (Edward) An Account of a Method of dividing Astronomical 
and other Instruments by Ocular Inspection. 4 to. London, 1809. 

[Gg. 1. 42.] 



(6.) Ephemerides and Almanacks. 

Eichstadii (Laurentii) Ephemerides Novae ab anno 1551 ad 1665. 4 to. 
Dantisci, 1644. [C. 10. 34.] 

Stadii (Joannis) Ephemerides ab anno 1554 ad annum 1576. 4 to. 
Colon. Agrip. 1560. [D. 20/45.] 

Maoini (Jo. Ant.) Ephemerides Coelestium Motuum ab anno Domini 
1608, usque Annum 1630, secundum Copernici observationes suppu- 
tatae. 4to. Francofurti, 1608. [C. 16. 1.] 

Durret (Natalis) Novae Motuum Coelestium Ephemerides Richelianae An- 
norum 15, ab anno 1637 incipientes. 4to. Londini, 1647. [C. 14. 13.] 

Durret (Natalis) Supplementi Tabularum Richelienarum pars prima. 
Cum brevi Planetarum Theoria et Kepleri sententia. — Premiere partie 
du Supple ment des Tables Richelienes de N. Durret. Avec briefue 
Theorie des Planetes selon Kepler, folio, Paris, 1639. [A. 2. 10.] 

Bond (Henry) The Seaman's Kalender : or an Ephemerides of the Sunne, 
Moone, and certaine of the Fixed Starres. 4to. London, 1647. 

, [D. 20. 25.] 

Wharton (George) Calendarium Ecclesiasticum : or a new Almanack 
after the old Fashion, for the commune yeare of Man's Creation 5606 
and Redemption 1657. 12mo. London, 1657. [H. 8. 27.] 

The Seaman's Kalender : or Ephemerides of the Sun, Moon, and 
certain of the most notable Fixed Stars ; also Tables of the Latitude 
and Longitude of the most eminent Places in the World. 4 to. Lon- 
don, 1664. [M. 20. 3.] 

The Oxford Almanack for the year 1692; and the" Jewish Kalendar: 
containing an Account of their Fasts and Festivals, &c. for the year of 
the Creation 54Jf. 18mo. Oxford. [H. 8. 18.] 

Parker (George) Ephemeris for the Year 1707. 12mo. London, 1707. 

[K. 8.24.] 

Bickerstaff (Isaac) A Vindication of Isaac Bickerstaff, Esq. against 
what is objected to Him by Mr. Partridge in his Almanack for the 
Year 1709. 8vo. London, 1709. [P. 233. (8.)] 

Panchronometer, or an Universal Calendar. By H. J. 8vo. London, 
1753. [P. 5. (7.)] 



654. PHILOSOPHY. 

The Nautical Almanack and Astronomical Epheraeris, published In- 
order of the Commissioners of Longitude. With an Appendix to the 
Requisite Tables. 8vo. 48 vols. London, 1768-1822. [Hh. 9. 1-48.J 

Selections from the Additions, that have been occasionally annexed to 
the Nautical Almanack, from its commencement to the year 1812. 
8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 5. 27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 7. 11.] 

Metidoza Rios (Joseph de) Letter to Captain Hurd, Secretary to the 
Commissioners of Longitude. 8vo. London, 1815. [Gg. 7. 12.] 

Lalande (J. J. F.) Ephemerides des Mouvemens Celestes pour le Meridieti 

de Paris, de 1775 a 1784. 4to. Paris, 1774. [Cc. 2. 65.] 
Connaissance du Terns, ou des Mouvemens Celestes, pour I'An 1821. 
8vo. Paris, 1818. [Dd. 1. 33.] 

The Ladies' Diary, from the year 1793 to 1818. 12mo. London, V. Y. 

[Hh. 7. 33.] 

The Ladies' Diary, from the year 1794 to 1798. 12mo. London, V. Y" 

[Hh. 4. 36.] 

The Ladies' Diary, for the year 1820. 12mo. London, 1820. 

[Dd. 1. 5.S.] 

The Diarian Repository : or a Collection of all the Mathematical Ques- 
tions published in the Ladies' Diary from 1704 to 1760, with their 
Solutions. 4to. London, 1774. [Dd. 1. 60.] 

The Diarian Miscellany ; consisting of all the useful and entertaining 
Parts of the Ladies* Diary, from 1704 to 1773. [Edited by Charles 
Hutton.] 5 vols. 12 mo. London, 1775. [Dd. 2. 1-5.] 

The Mathematical Questions, proposed in the Ladies' Diary, and their 
original Answers, together with some new Solutions ; from its com- 
mencement in 1704 to 1816. [Edited by Thomas Leybourn.] Svo. 
4 vols. London, 1817. [Dd 2. 33-36.]* 

The Edinburgh Almanack for 1802. 18mo. Edinburgh. [IT. S. 64.] 
Tu* Gkntmeman's Diary from the vear 1809 to 1818. 1 ?mo. Lon- 
don, \\ \\ (Hh. 7. CU.; 
The LaduV Diary and the Gentleman's Diary, from the year 1800 to 
ISOti. Wiiuk London, V. Y. Dd. i. :>7- 



Duilting.— \\\:tc/iL< ami Clocks. 

\v\W\ ^IVtri) Folium IVpuli. — Instrumemum hoc a Petro Apiano jam 
WWltift inv^uiuiUx in tigurani fohi poind i rnL\aum, per radios solis 
KMo. Wfh* hor** vVlUUitts osUnubt. e\ o^'.ibiK Mora* ah ortu et occasu 
*s4*** d*H\\U> elwnn Horx JikIavuiiu. qn.e n. "v.jrarum Literanim lee- 
IKMW mmUH|\^ TroUinetuum w^::a .u'.;ik\lum Mint necessarhe. 
vW^V^^Hlv tWUUlU* {HVfeUUt. folio. S\nv.v.lvr^e. 1 Jl. D. 1.22.) 

^tt^HKIN ^Altolw*^ i%ttsH\KMikv; hvv es:. De Peseriptionibr.* Horolo- 
flW^H* ^tttWttVttfttM* l\\\r^KH\ibi:> C:roi:Ieri:m Splwmcorum ad su- 
IW*<kW<U «V*U IVli^fctKHubu* ^mul:.\n:i;v\ annulonun. \-e, lahri 
TW* fofcs\ NsmW«$«N IW. W D . I. 

VNvtV* \1^^V^^0 V**KV»KHUC** labn YIP. -Vahnea e( Umis Instru- 
H^vW^M^ ^Ivvrv4o<torum mo-..: Pocriptio. folio. Inter 

Vim Tew. IV . A. iu. 1 



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655 



Sc [agraphia ; or the Art of Shadows. By J. W. 8vo. London, 1635. 

[D. 20. 53.] 

Munsteri (Sebastiani) Horologiographia. 4to. Basileae, 1533. 

[D. 20. 39.] 

Atwood (George) Investigations for determining the Times of the Vibra- 
tion of Watch-Balances. 4to. London, 1784. [Gg. 1. 41.] 

Maskblyne (Nevil) An Answer to Mr. Thomas Mudge's " Narrative of 
Facts" relative to his Father's Timekeepers. 8vo. London, 1792. 

[Dd. 1. 12.] 

Earn shaw (Thomas) and Arnold (J. R.) Explanations relative to their 
Timekeepers. 4to. London, 1805. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

Arnold (J. R.) and Earnshaw (Thomas) Tracts and Papers relative to 
their Claims to Parliamentary Remuneration for Timekeepers. 4to. 
London, 1809. [Dd. 1. 51.] 

Earnshaw (Thomas) An Appeal to the Public ; sttaing his Claim to the 
original Invention of the Improvements in his Timekeepers, and his 
consequent right to National Reward. 8vo. London, 1808. [Hh. 8. 7.] 



(8.) Astrology, and Astrological Predictions. 

fCsKSORiNi de Die Natal i Liber, cura Henrici Lindenbrogii. 8vo. Lug. 
Bat. 1642. 

Pauli Alexandrini Rudimenta in Doctrinara de Praedictis Natal itiis, 
Greece et Latine. 4to. Witebergae, 1586. [D. 20. 27.] 

Cardani (Hieronymi) In CI. Ptolemaei Pelusiensis IIII. de Astrorum 
Judiciis vel Quadripartitse Constructionis Libros Commentaria. 8vo. 
Lugduni, 1555. [H. 19. 29.] 

Cunelii (Georgii) Themata Natalitia. 4to. Lipsia?, 1582. [D. 20. 44.] 

Ranzovii (Henrici) Exempla, quibus Astrologicae Scientiae Certitudo doc- 
tissimorum cum veterum, turn recentiorum auctoritate astruitur. 4to. 
Colonise, 1585. [D. 20. 27.] 

Camerarii (Joannis) Horarum Natalium Centuria Una; sive Narratio 
Historica Variorum in vita Casuum, Mirabilium in fortunis et honoribus 
Vicissitudinum diversissimorumque Eventuum. 4to. Francofurti, 1607. 

[D. 20. 38.] 

Campanellje (Thomae) Astrologicorum Libri VII. 4to. Francofurti, 
1630. [C. 14. 26.] 

Gaffarel (J.) Curiositez Inouyes, sur la Sculpture Talismanique de 
Persans, Horoscope des Patriarches, et Lecture des Estoilles. 8vo. 
1637. [M. 16. 39.] 

Havemanni (Michaelis) Astraea; sive Epitome Sideralis Scientiae. 4to. 
Francofurti, 1650. [C. 14. 34.] 

Schylei (A. M.) Oculus Enoch et Eliae ; sive Radius Sidereomysticus, 
et Theo-Astronoraia. folio, Antverpiae, 1645. [D. 2. 17.] 

Pbzelii( ) Precepta Genethliaca. 4to. Francofurti, 1607. [D.20.38.] 

Calvin i (Joannis) Admonitio adversus Astrologiam, quam judiciariam 
vocant, c Gallico sermone in Latinum conversa. 4to. Genevae, 1649. 

[M. 15. 34.] 



656 



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Heydon (Sir Christopher) A Defence of Judicial Astrologie. In Answer 
to a Treatise lately published by Mr. John Chamber. 4to. Cambridge 
1603. [E. 19. 29.] 

Dariott (Claude) A Briefe and most Easie Jntroduction to the Astro- 
logicall Iudgement of the Starres. Translated by F. \V. [Fabian 
Withers,] gent. 4to. London, 1653. [D. 20. 37.] " 

A Tutor to Astrolooie : or Astrologie made Easy ; being a plain In- 
troduction to the whole Art of Astrologie. 12mo. London, 10GO. 

[M. IS. :2G.j 

The True Prophecies or Prognostications of Michael Nostradami s, Phy- 
sician to Henry II. Francis II. and Charles IX. Kings of France 
Translated and commented by Theophilus Garencieres:. folio, Lon- 
don, 1672. [I. 1. 9.] 

Butler (John) ' AyiaarpoXoyia ; or the most Sacred and Divine Science 
of Astrology asserted, vindicated, and excused. 8vo. London, 1GS0. 

[L. 15. !,~ 

Butler (John) Vindication of his ' Ay laorpoXoy (a, against the Rev. Dr. 
More's Calumnies. 8vo. London, 1680. [L. 15. 4.] 



3. Optics, Catoptrics, and Dioptrics. 

Euclidis Optica ct Catoptrica, e Gra?co versa per Joannem Penam. 4to. 
Parisiis, 1604. [C. 14. 34.] 

Niceronis (Joannis Francisci) Thauniaturgus Opticus sen Admiranda 
Optices, per radium directum ; — Catoptrices, per reflexum e politis 
corporibus, planis, cylindricis, conicis, polyedris, polygonis et aliis : — 
Dioptrices, per refractum in diaphanis. folio, Lut. Par. IG46. [D.2. 5. 



i. Optics. 

Alhazeni Optica; Libri septem. Item Vitellonis Optica* Libri X. foli^. 
Basilea?, 1572. [D. 1. 4.] 

Aguilonii (Francisci) Opticorum Libri Sex. folio, Antverpiai, H'»l:>. 

1>- - 

Maurolici (Francisci) Theoremata de Lumine et Umbra ad perspectivam 
et radiorum incidentiam facientia. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1G1 J. [('. 1 1. :JG.j 

Kepleri (Johannis) Paralipomena in Vitellioncm. quibus Astronomic 
Pars Optica traditur. 4to. Francofurti, KiM. [C. 11. :V2.] 

Rami (Petri) Optica? Libri Quatuor. [4to. Cassellis, llJi.;. [D. 20, iC>. 

Scheiner (Christophori) Oculus; hoc est Fmulanirmi'.r.i Onticmn, ex 
accurata Oculi Anatome. 4to. Londini, Ki.V,?. C. \;>.i>.) 

Gregorh (Jacobi) Optica Promota, seu Abdita Kadionun n ttexorum i t 
refractorum Mysteria, geometrice enucleata. 1 to. L<»iulini, lOti.'J. 

(M. 15. :.M.j 

Newton (Isaaci) Lectiones Optica?, in Academia Cantrtbri^imsi, annis 
166^-1671, in scholis publicis habitat. 1 to. Londini, \7 2'K 

[He. 1. 15.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 17;l>. \G. 14. 13.] 



OPTICS. 



6S7 



Newton (Sir Isaac) Optical Lectures read in the Public Schools of the 
University of Cambridge ; translated from the Latin. 8 vo. London, 
1728. [Dd. 1. 24.] 

Newton (Sir Isaac) Optics ; or a Treatise of the Reflexions, Refractions, 
Inflexions, and Colours of Light ; also two Treatises of the species and 
magnitude of Curvilinear Figures. 4 to. London, 1704. [Cc. 2. 27.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1704. [F. 14. 26.] 

Three Copies. 8vo. London, 1721-1730. [Dd. 1. 21-23.] 

Newtoni (Isaaci) Optice; sive de Reflexionibus, Refractionibus, In- 
flexionibus, et Coloribus Lucis, Libri Tres. Latine reddidit Samuel 
Clarke, A. M. 4to. Londini, 1706. [Cc. 2. 28.] 

Barrow (Isaaci) Lectiones Optica? et Geometries. 4to. Londini, 1674. 

[Gg. 5. 4.] 

Berkeley (George. Bishop of Cloyne) An Essay towards a New Theory 
of Vision! 8vo. Dublin, 1733. [F. 21. 18.] 

Smith (Robert) A Compleat System of Opticks. 2 vols. 4 to. Cambridge, 
1738. [G. 14. 17,18.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 4to. Cambridge, 1738. [Ee. 1. 31,32.] 

Another Copy. Vol. I. 4to. Cambridge, 1738. [Ee. 1. 30.] 

The Elementary Part of Dr. Smith's Compleat System of Opjtics ; selected 
and arranged for the Use of Students, with Notes. 4 to. Cambridge, 
1778. [A. 13. 37.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1778. £Gg. 1. 47.] 

Emerson (William) The Elements of Optics. 8vo. Works, Vol. VI. 

[E. 25. 19.] 

Martin (Benjamin) New Elements of Optics. Svo. London, 1765. 

[Dd. 1. 11.] 

Harris (Joseph) A Treatise of Optics. 4to. London, 1775. [Ee. 1. 46.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1775. [Ee. 1. 47.] 

Boscovich (R. J.) Opera, pertinentia ad Opticam et Astronomiam, 
maxima ex parte nova et omnia hucusque inedita. 5 torn. 4to. Bassani, 
1785. [Cc. 2. 56-60.] 

Maskelyne (Nevil) An Attempt to explain a Difficulty in the Theory of 
Vision, depending on the different Rcfrangibility of Sight. 4to. 1889. 

[Hh. 1. 38.] 

Wood (James) Elements of Optics. 8vo. Cambridge, 1799. [Dd. 3. 61.] 

Priestley (Joseph) The History and present State of Discoveries relating 
to Vision, Light, and Colours. 4to. London, 1772. [Q. 2. 18.] 



ii. Catoptrics — Dioptrics. 

Kepleri (Joannis) Dioptrice. 4to. Aug. Vind. 1611. [D. 20. 59.] 

Mydorgii (Claudii) Prodromi Catoptricorum et Dioptricorum Libri IV. 
priores. folio, Parisiis, 1639. [A. 2. 12.] 

Molyneux (William) Dioptrica Nova : A Treatise of Dioptricks. 4to. 
London, 1709. [K. 6. 1.] 

2 U 



658 PHILOSOPHY. 

Huge nii (Christian!) Dioptrica. 4to. In Opusculis Po&thumis. [L. 6. 7.] 
Boscoyich (R. J.) Dissertationes Quinque, ad Dioptricam pertinentes. 
4to. Vindobonse, 1767. [Cc. %. 54.] 

Euleri (Leonhardi) Dioptrica. 3 torn. 4to. Petropoli, 1769-1771. 

[Cc. 2. 48-50.] 

Woll aston (William Hyde) On Double Images caused by Astronomical 
Refraction. 4to. London, 1800. [Gg. 1. 44.] 



iii. Treatises on the Construction and Uses o f Optical 

Instruments. 

Cuff (John) Description of a Pocket Micrometer. 8vo. [P. 13 2. (6.)] 

Baker (Henry) The Microscope made Easy, or the Nature, Uses, and 
Magnifying Powers of the best kinds of Microscopes. 8vo. London, 
1742. [E. 27. 24.] 

Baker (Henry) Of Microscopes and the Discoveries made thereby. 2 vols. 
8vo. London, 1785. [A. 15. 95,96.] 

A Succinct Description of the Micrometer. 8vo. London, 1772. 

[P. 307. (9.)] 

Martin (Benjamin) A Description of a new-invented pocket Reflecting 
Microscope with a Micrometer. 8vo. Chichester, 17 — . [P. 89. ((>.)] 

Maskelyne (Nevil) Account of the Prismatic Micrometer. 4to. London, 
1778. |_Gg. 1. 41.] 

Adams (George) Essays on the Microscope; containing a Practical De- 
scription of the most approved Microscopes; a General History of 
Insects ; an Account of the various Species and singular Properties of 
the Hydra? and Vorticella. With Atlas of Plates. 2 vols. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1787. [E. 23. 18,19.] 

Adams (George) Essays on the Microscope. Second Edition, with Ad- 
ditions and Improvements, by Frederick Kanmacher. J to. London, 
1798. [L. 26. 3.] 

— — - Plates to the preceding Work. Oblong folio, London, 1 798. 

[O. 2. 2<J.] 

Dollond (Peter) An Account of the Discovery made by the late Mr. 

John Dollond, which led to the grand Improvement of Refracting Te- 

Icicopi-H. 4to. London, 1789. [Hh. 1. 38.] 
Tuot/oiiTON (Edward) Directions for Observing with his Rellecting Circle. 

Hvo. London. [Gg. 5. 2G.] 
■ ■ ■ Another Copy. 8vo. London. [Hh. 1. 39.] 



4. Perspective. 

llAWMtm (Hogi'M) Prmpeetiva. 4to. Francofurti, Kil l. [D. 20. 18.] 
I'M'MMAftf (Jouitni* Arehiepiscopi Cantuariensis) Perspi etivre Communis 
Mbrl «r*», Ho. Colonic, li>*7. [D. 20. 1 l.j 



MUSIC. 



669 



Guidiubaldi Perspectives Libri sex. folio, Pisauri, 1600. [D. 2. 23.] 
Taylor (Brook) Linear Perspective ; or a new Method of representing 

justly all manner of Objects as they appear to the Eye in all Situations. 

8vo. London, 1715. [C. 20. 17.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1811. [Gg. 3. 42.] 

Kirby (Joshua) Dr. Brook Taylor's Method of Perspective made easy, 

both in Theory and Practice. 4to. Ipswich, 1755. [Ee. 1. 68.] 



5. Music. 

Ptolemjki (Claudii) Harmonicorum Libri tres, Grace et Latine, cum 
Notis Joannis Wallisii. 4to. Oxonii, 1682. [H. 5. 33.] 

Mersenni (Marini) Harmonicorum Libri XII. folio, Lutetia? Parisiorum, 
1536. [D. 1. 17.] 

Wilphlingsederi (Ambrosii) Erotemata Musicse Practicae. 12mo. No- 
rimbergse, 1563. [G. 16. 3.] 

Lippii (Joannis) Synopsis Musicse Novae. 8vo. Argentorati, 1612. 

[M. 19. 45.] 

Des-Cartes (Renati) Musicse Compendium. 4to. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 

1640. [D. 20. 52.] 
Kirch eri (Athanasii) Musurgia universalis, sive Ars Magna Consoni et 

Dissoni in X libros digesta. folio, Roraae, 1650. [D. 4. 22.] 

Euleri (Leonhardi) Tentamen Novae Theorise Musicae. 4to. Petropoli, 
1739. [C. 22. 26.] 

Morley (Thomas) A Plain and Easy Introduction to Practical Music, 
folio, London, 1608. [D. 2. 50.] 

Campion (Thomas) A Brief Introduction to the Skill of Musick. 8vo. 
London, 1644. [M. 19. 38.] 

Campion (Thomas) The Art of Descant; or Composing Musick in Parts • 
8vo. London, 1664. [M. 19. 38.] 

Holder (William) A Treatise of the Natural Grounds and Principles of 
Harmony. 8vo. London, 1694. [M. 7. 30.] 

Smith (Robert) Harmonics, or the Philosophy of Musical Sounds. 8vo. 
London, 1759. [Dd. 1. 44.] 

Kollmann (A. C. F.) An Essay on practical Musical Composition, ac- 
cording to the Nature of that Science, and the Principles of the greatest 
Musical Authors, royal 4to. London, 1799. [Gg. 1. 7.] 

Gunn (Anne) An Introduction to Music : in which the Elementary Parts 
of the Science and the Principles of Thorough Bass and Modulation, 
as illustrated by Musical Games and Apparatus, are familiarly ex- 
plained. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1803. [Dd. 3. 28.] 

Stanhope (Charles, Earl of) Principles of the Science of Tuning Instru- 
ments with Fixed Tones, royal 8vo. London, 1806. [Dd. 1. 45.] 

Another Copy, royal 8vo. London, 1806. [Gg. 5. 26.] 

Tracts on Singing. 8vo. 1691-96. [R. 13. 4.] 

Chetham (John) A Book of Psalmody. 8vo. London, 1 741. [Ii. 3. 36.] 

% U % 



660 PHILOSOPHY. 

Turner (William) A Collection of Psalm Tunes. 8vo. London, 1746. 

[Ii. 3. 

Selections from the Works of Handel and Mozart. 8vo. Liverpool, 
1807. [Ff. 7. 47.] 

Jamard (M.) Recherches sur la Theorie de la Musique. Svo. Paris, 
1769. [Dd. 2. 9.] 

Piameau (Jean Philippe) Demonstration du Principe de l'Harmonie. 8vo. 
Paris, 1750. [Dd. 1. 29.] 

Rameau (John Philip) A Treatise of Music, containing the Principles of 
Composition. Translated from the French. Svo. London, 1779. 

[Dd. a. 28.] 

D'Alembert (Jean le Rond) Elemens»de Musique, Theorique et Pratique, 
suivant les Principes de M. Rameau. 8vo. Lyon, 1772. [Dd. 1. 30.] 

Rousseau (Jean Jaques) Dictionnaire de Musique. 2 vols. Svo. sans lieu 
ou date. [Dd. 1. 35,36.] 

Rousseau (J. J.) A Dictionary of Music, translated from the French by 
William Waring. 8vo. London, 1779. [A. 15. 103.] 



6. Navigation. 

Treatises on Navigation in Theory and Practice — 
Construction, §c. of Skips. 

Snellii (Willebrordi) Tiphys Batavus; sive De Navium Cur.sibus et He 
Navalr. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1 G ? 4. [D. 20. 40.] 

Euler (Leonard) Theorie Complette de la Construction it de Manoeuvre 
des Vaisseaux. 8vo. Paris, 1770. [I. i?l. 28.) 

Euler (Leonard) A complete Theory of the Construction and i\ opertivs 
of Vessels. Translated by Henry Watson. Svo. London. 17 7o. 

[Dd. S.] 

Another Copy, with a Life of the T radiator. 8 v.). London, 

1790. [Dd. 3. 9.] 
Bezout (M.) Traite de Navigation, augmenti- ik- No:es et dune Section 

Supplemintaire, par M. de Rosscl. Svo. Pans I N 1 1 . L kd. 1. \'0.~ 

Wright i Edward) Certain Errors in Navig .tion, Deuvud and Corrected. 

4to. London, lolO. [D. 14. 11.] 
Smith (John) The Seaman's Grammar. Iio. London. .. Wi I. :o. J 1 .] 

Newhousf (Daniel) Art of Sailing by the Lo ...m!.,;; <>v Artilieial Sines 
and Tangents. 4to. London, 1701. [C. it). I. 

Mackay (Andrew) The Complete Navigator : or (inid- to the Theory 
and Practice of Navigation. 8vo. Loudon, 1 S ] < > . l) l l. J. •(.).] 

Mackay (Andrew) The Theory and Practirr of finding ihe Longitude at 
Sea or Land. 8vo. 2 vols. London, Dd. :i. 

Moore (John Hamilton) The New Practical Na\ig.r^r, I < n^ a Complete 
Epitome of Navigation. 8vo. London, 1810. , i)d. 1. lo.j 



MILITARY SCIENCE. 



661 



MaschcroKi (L.) Geometrie du Compas, traduitede l'ltalien. Par A. M. 
Carette. 8vo. Paris, An 6, (1798.) [Dd. 1. 24.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 8vo. Paris, (1798.) [Dd. 1. 25.] 

Un autre Exemplaire. 8vo. Paris, (1798.) [Gg. 5. 14.] 

Hawkins (Isaac) An Essay for the Discovery of the Longitude at Sea. 
8vo. London, 1714. [M. 20. 26.] 

Whwton (William) A New Method of Discovering the Longitude at 
Sea and Land. 8vo. London, 1714. [L. 15. 32.] 

Nob ie (J. W.) A Complete Set of Nautical Tables. 8vo. London, 1803. 

[Ff. 7. 102.] 

Wollaston (William Hyde) Observations on the Quantity of Horizontal 
Refraction, with a method of measuring the Dip at Sea. 4to. London, 
1803. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

Bbemner (James) A Plan for converting every Ship her own boat, into a 
temporary Life-boat, in cases of Shipwreck. 8vo. London, 1809. 

[Gg. 5. 26.} 

Dollond (John) Directions for using the new improved Hadley's Quad- 
rant. 8vo. London. [Hh. 3. 43.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London. [Hh. 4. 29.] 

A Short Account of Masseys Patent Log and Sounding Machine. 8vo. 
London, 1806. [Hh. 2. 39.] 

A Second Appendix to the Account of Massey's Patent Log and Sound- 
ing Machine, &c. 8vo. 1806. [Hh. 7. 26.] 

Copies of Letters relative to Mr. Burt's Buoy and Nipper. 8vo. London, 
1817. [Hh. 7. 26.] 

The Report of the Committee appointed to manage the Experiments of 
the Society for the Improvement of Naval Architecture. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1794. [Hh. 3.31.] 



7. Military Science. 

i. Treatises on Military Science and the Making 

of Arms. 

Heronis Alexandrini BeXorouKa : hoc est, Telifactiva, sive de Telis con- 
ficiendis jaculandisque Liber, Greece et La tine. 4 to. Aug. Vind. 
1616. [D. 20. 50.] 

Heronis Alexandrini Spiritalia, Latine, a Federico Commandino. 4 to. 
Venetiis, 1584. [D. 20. 24.] 

Onosandro Platonico, dell' Ottimo Capitano Generale, tradotto di Greco 
dal Fabio Cotta. 4to. Vinegia, 1546. [M. 22. 10.] 

Claudii jEliani et Leonis I m per a tor is Tactica ; sive de Instruendis Acie- 
bus Liber, Graece et Latine. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1616. [F. 20. 4.] 

Leonis Imperatoris de Bellico Apparatu Liber, e Graeco in Latinum 
conversus. 12mo. Basileae, 1595. [F. 17. 42.] 

Const a ktini Porphyrogenneti Opera : 1. Tactica; 2. De Imperio Ad- 
ministrando Liber, Graece et Latine, cura Joannis Mcursii. 3vo. 
Lug. Bat. 1617. [F. 18. 10.] 



662 



PHILOSOPHY. 



Flavii Vegeth de Re Militari Liber: accedunt Frontini de Stratagcma- 
tibus Libri IV. et alia Opuscula. Cum Commentariis Godofridi Ste- 
wechii et Francisci Modii. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1607. [I. 6. 19.] 

S. Julii Frontonis Stratagematican Libri quatuor, cum Notis Variorum. 

Curante Francisco Oudendorpio. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1731. [E. 19. 37. J 
Uptoni (Nicolai) De Studio Militari Libri IV. Accedunt Joh. de Bado 

Aureo Tractatus de Armis et Henrici Spelmanni Aspilogia. Cura 

Edoardi Bissaei. folio, Londini, 1654. [D. 9. 14.] 

Ardiani Roman i, Pyrotechnia ; hoc est de Ignibus festivis, jocosis, artifi- 
cialibus et seriis, variisque eorum structuris Libri duo. 4to. Herbipoli. 
1611. [H. 7. 18.] 

Digges (Leonard) An Arithmeticall Military Treatise named Stratioticos, 
compendiously teaching the Science of Nubers, as well Fractions as In- 
tegers, and so much of the Rules, and Equations Algebraically and Arte 
of Numbers Conicall, as are requisite for the Profession of a Souldiour. 
Together with the moderne Militarie Discipline, Officers, Lawes, 
Dueties in euery well-governed Campe and Armie to be observed, Sec. 
4to. London, 1579. [F. 20. 17.] 

Smith (Sir John) Instructions, Observations, and Orders Mylitarie. 4to. 
London, 1595. [F. £0. 23.] 

Norwood (Richard) Fortification ; or Architecture Military. 4to. 
London, 1639. [D. 19. 35.] 

Nye (N.) The Art of Gunnery. 8vo. London, 1648. [D. 18. 11.] 

Venn (Thomas) Military and Maritime Discipline, in three Books, folio, 

London, 1672. [M. 4. 9.] 
Williamson (Adam) Military Memoirs and Maxims of Marshal Turennc. 

12mo. London, 1744. [R. 20. 13.] 

Muller (John) A Treatise containing the Elementary Part of Fortifica- 
tion. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 2. !>6.] 

Muller (John) Attack and Defence of Fortified Places. Svo. Lontk :., 
1747. [P. 2. 27.] 

Muller (John) A Treatise containing the Practical Part of Fortification. 
8vo. London, 1755. [P. 2. 28.] 

Muller (John) A Treatise on Artillerv. Svo. London, 1757. 

[P. 2. :>9.J 

Christian (Joachim) A Political Discourse upon the different kinds of 
Militia. Translated into English by Thomas \\histon. Svo. London, 
1757, [P. 304. (8.)] 

Robins (Benj.) Tracts on Gunnery. 8vo. Mathematical Tracts, Vol. I. 

[l)d. 1. 3x?.] 

A Modest Defence of the Army. By a Soldier. Svo. London, 1 ?;"»;>. 

rp. kso. no.)] 

The Manual and Platoon Exercises. 12mo. Loudon. IT! 1 '. 

I. i.i:.] 

Martyn (Thomas) The Soldier's and Sailor's Trie nd : an Appeal to the 
People of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 17 So'. [Hh. D. 10. ) 



MILITARY SCIENCE. 66S 



ii. Accounts of Military Operations. 

A Particular Account of the Siege of Maestricht, in 1676. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1676. [M. 20. 18.] 

A Full Account of the late Siege and Surrender of the City of Mons. 

4to. London, 1691. [M. 14. 7.] 
Gibson (James) A Journal of the Siege and Capture of Cape Breton, 

&c from the French. 8vo. London, 1745. [R. 18. 45.] 
Orme (Richard) A History of the Military Transactions of the British 

Nation in Indostan. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1780. [A. 14. 87-89.] 

Drikkwater (John) A History of the Siege of Gibraltar. 4to. London, 
1786. [D. 23. 19.] 

Vaughak (Charles) A Narrative of the Siege of Zaragoza. 8vo. London, 
1809. [Hh. 3. 41.] 



8. Miscellaneous Mathematical Treatises. 

Gergonne (J. D.) et Thomas-Lavernede (J. E.) Annales de Mathema- 
tiques Pures et Appliquees. Tom. I. 4to. Nismes, 1810-11. 

[Ee. 1. 39.] 

Benedicti (Jo. Baptists) Divcrsarum Speculationum Liber, folio, Tau- 
rini, 1585. [D. 1.26.] 

Ceulen (Ludolphi a) Problemata, Arithmetica, Geometrica, et Miscelia^ 
nea. 4to. 1615. [D. 20. 2.] 

Diggesii (Thorn.) Nova Corpora regularia seu quinque Corporum regula* 
rium simplicium, in quinque alia regtdaria coraposita Metamorphosis. 
4to. Lond. 1634. [D. 20. 44.] 

Mersenni (Marini) Cog itata Physico- Math ematica. 4to. Parisiis, 1644. 

[C. 14. 3.] 

Cotes (Rogeri) De Descensu Gravium. De Motu Pendulorum in Cy- 
cloide. De Motu Projectilium. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1770. 

[Dd. 1. 65.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1770. [Dd. 1. 66.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Inter Opera Miscellanea. [Dd. 1. 67.] 

Commercium Epistolicum de quibusdam Mathematicis inter Gulielmum 
vicecomitem Brouncker, D. Kenelmum Digby, aliosque. Edidit Joan- 
nes Wallis. 4to. Oxonii, 1658. [G. 7. 36.] 

Miscellanea Curiosa Mathematica : or the Literary Correspondence of 
some eminent Mathematicians in Great Britain and Ireland. 4to. 
Vol. I. [all published] London, 1749. [Ee. 1. 24.] 

Dodson (James) The Mathematical Repository. 12mo. 3 vols. London, 

1772-52-55. [Dd. 4. 49-51.] 
Leybourn (Thomas) The Mathematical Repository. 8vo. 4 vols. London, 

1806-19. [Dd. 2. 29-32.] 

Ozanam (James) Recreations, Mathematical and Physical* 8vo. London, 

1708. [C. 24. 17.] 
Guyot (M.) Nouvelles Recreations, Physiques et Mathematiques. 8vo. 

3 tomes, Paris, An 7. [Dd. 3. 29-31.] 



664 PHILOSOPHY. 

Hooper (William) Rational Recreations, in which the Principles of Num- 
bers and Natural Philosophy are clearly and copiously elucidated. 
8vo. 4 vols. Third Edition, London, 1778. [Dd. 3. 34-37.] 

Another Copy. Fourth Edition. 4 vols. London, 1794. 

[Dd. 3. 38-41.] 

Hutton (Charles) Recreations in Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 1803. [C. 24. 18-20.] 

Hutton (Charles) Miscellanea Mathematica : a Collection of curious Ma- 
thematical Problems and their Solutions. 12 mo. London, 1775. 

[Dd. 2. 6. ] 

Hutton (Charles) Tracts on Mathematical and Philosophical Subjects. 
8to. 3 vols. London, 1812. [Dd. 3. 43-45.] 

Hutton (Charles) Tracts, Mathematical and Physical, Vol. I. 4to. 
London, 1786. [G. 14. 31.] 

Miscellanea Scientifica Curiosa, Nos. I.-VIII. 4to. London, 1766. 

[Ec. 24. 1. 35.] 

Berkeley (George, Bishop of Cloyne) The Analyst, a Discourse ad- 
dressed to an Infidel Mathematician. 8vo. London, 1754. [Hh. 3.36.] 

Emerson (William) Miscellanies containing various Mathematical Sub- 
jects. 8vo. Works, Vol. XI. [E. 25. 24.] 

Hellins (John) Mathematical Essays on several Subjects. 4to. London, 
1788. [Dd. 22. 28.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1788. [Ee. 1. 49.] 

Landen (John) Mathematical Lucubrations, containing New Improve- 
ments in various Branches of the Mathematics. 4to. London, 1755. 

[G. 14. OJ.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1755. [Ee. 1. 33.] 

Landen (John) Mathematical Memoirs on various Subjects. 2 vols, in i. 
4to. London, 1780-59. [Ee. 1.1.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1780-89. [G. \ \. 3-i.] 

Robins (Benj.) and Jurin (James) Mathematical and Physical Tracts. 

8vo. London, 1739-40. [Dd. 1. 34.] 
Robins (Benj.) Mathematical Tracts. 2 vols. Svo. London, 1 7ol. 

[Dd. 1. 

Simpson (Thomas) Essays and Miscellaneous Tracts on several curious 
and useful Subjects in Speculative and Mixed Mathematics. 4to. 
London, 1740-57. [Ee. 1. 28.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1740. [G. 14. 32.]] 

Simpson (Thomas) Mathematical Dissertations. 4to. London, 1743. 

[Ee. 1. 29.] 

Simpson (Thomas) Select Exercises for Young Proficients in the Mathe- 
matics. 8 vo. London, 1752. [Dd. 3. 4h\j 

Another Copy. Svo. London, 175 L [A. 10 S2.] 

Smith (John) Stereometric or the Art of Practical Gauging. I'.'mo. 

London, 1673. [F. 17. 14.] 
Stewart (Matthew) Some General Theorems, of considerable use in the 

higher parts of Mathematics. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1 7-l d. [Gg. ~>. 22.] 



Class IV. 

arttf mtt Crafted* 



History of Arts. 




jffpH [F. 17. 40.] 

Pancirollus (Guido) The History of 
|, Many Memorable Things lost, and 



[I NTRODUCTIO in Notitiam Scriptorum 
variarum Artium atque Scientiarum, 
a C. S. ScHURf rLEiscHio. 2 torn is, 
Vittembergae, 1736. [R. 14. 20,21.] 



an Account of many Excellent Things 
found now in use among the Moderns, 
both Natural and Artificial. 12mo. 



Vergilius (Polydorus) De Rerum Inven- 



London, 1715. [G. 21, 22.] 



tione. 12mo. Francofurti, 1599. 



Rollin (M.) History of the Arts and Sciences of the Antients. Trans- 
lated from the French. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1737-1739. 



'Beckmann (John) History of Inventions and Discoveries, translated 
from the German by William Johnstone. 4 vols. 8jjo. London, 1814. 

[Encyclopedias and Dictionaries of Arts will be found supra, p. 514.] 



Section I. The Liberal Arts. 

I. Mnemonics, or the Art of Memory, Natural and 

Artificial. 

Grey (Richard) Memoria Technica ; or a New Method of Artificial 
Memory. 8vo. London, 1732. [A. 19. 11.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. Exeter, 1781. [li. 2. 17.] 

Lows (Solomon) Mnemonics Delineated in a small compass and easy 
method. 8vo. London, 1738. [P. 129. (12.)] 



Gregor von Feinaigle. [By John Millard.] 12mo. London, 1812. 



[O. 7. 18-21.] 



The New Art of Memory, founded 




[Gg. 8. 18.] 



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ARTS AND TRADES. 



II. Arts of Writing and Printing. 

Astle (Thomas) The Origin and Practice of Writing as well Hierogly- 
phic as Elementary : Illustrated by Engravings taken from Marbles, 
Manuscripts and Charters, Ancient and Modern. 4to. London, 1 784. 

[E. 23. 4.] 

Serle (Ambrose) The Art of Writing. 12mo. London, 1782. 

[Ff. 8. 54.] 



Treatises on Stenography, or Short- hand Writing. 

Trithemii (Joannis) Polygraphia: Libri Sex. 4to. Francofurti, 1550. 

[S. 2. 13.] 

Nicholas (Abraham) Thoographia, or a New Art of Short-hand. 8vo. 
London, 1G92. [F. 24. 29.] 

Annet's Short-hand Perfected. 8vo. London. [Ii. 3. 18.] 

Hervet (Thomas) Annet's Short-hand Perfected, further enlarged and 
improved. 8vo. Kendal. [Ii. 3. 19.] 

Nash (M.) Stenography : or the most easy and concise Method of Writ- 
ing Short-hand on a New Plan. 4to. Norwich, 1783. [Ii. 3. 18."] 

Mitchell (J.) The Most Easy, Rational, and Speedy Method of writing 
Short-hand. 8vo. London, 1784. [Ii. 4. 19.] 

A New System of Stenography. 8vo. [Ii. 3. 19.] 

Short-Hand Made Easy. 8vo. London, 1794. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Gurney (Thomas) Brachygraphy, or an Easy and Compendious System 
of Short-hand. 12mo. London, 1795. [Ii. 3. 21.] 

Molyneux (T.) An Introduction to Byrom's Short-hand. Svo. Stockport, 
1804. [Ii. 3. 20.] 

Prospectus of a Machine for facilitating and improving the Art of Print- 
ing. 8vo. Cambridge, 1814. [Hh. 7. 24.] 



III. Arts of Design, Painting and Engraving. 

G wynne (John) An Essay on Design ; including Proposals for erecting a 
Public Academy for educating Youth in Drawing. Svo. London, 
1749. [P. 184. (1.)] 

Crito; or a Dialogue on Beauty, [tty Joseph Si»lm:e.] Svo. London, 
1752. [P. 184. (2.)] 

Hogarth (William) The Analysis of Beauty : written with a view of fixing 
the fluctuating Ideas of Taste. 4to. London, 17 7~. [Hh. 1. It).] 

Another Copy, royal 8vo. [Hh. 1. 31.] 

Ferguson (James) The Art of Drawing in Perspective made easy to 
those who have no previous Knowledge of the Mathematics. Svo. 
London, 1778. [E. 6. 11.] 

Jukii (Francisci) De Pictura Veterum, Libri Ties, folio, Hoterodami, 
1694. [E. 13. 29.] 

Feubien (Andre) Entretiens stir les Vies <les plus txeellens Peintres. 
5 vols. 8vo. Trevoux, 1725. [D. 7. 19-^ J.] 



DESIGN, PAINTING, AND ENGRAVING. 687 



Anecdotes of Painting in England, with some Account of the principal 
Artists, and incidental Notes on other Arts; collected by the late Mr. 
George Vertue ; digested and published from his original MSS. by 
Mr. Horace Walpole. 4 vols, in 2, 4to. Strawberry Hill, 1762-63. 

[O. 6. 10,11.] 

Another Copy, with an Appendix and a Catalogue of Engravers. 

4to. Works, Vol. IV. £1. 24. 4.] 

Letters from a Young Painter abroad to his Friends in England. [By 
Russell.] 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1750. [G. 22. 19,20.] 

Lomazzo (Giovanni Paolo) Trattato dell' Arte della Pittura, Scoltura, et 
Architettura. 4to. Milan, 1585. [C. 1. 19.] 

A Tracte containing the Artes of curious Paintinge, Caruinge, and Build- 
inge. Translated from the Italian of John Paul Lomatius, by R. H. 
[Richard Haydocke.] folio, Oxford, 1598. [B. 1. 24.] 

Bancroft (Edward) Experimental Researches, concerning the Philosophy 
of permanent Colours. 8vo. London, 1794. [A. 15. 102.] 

Sowerby (James) A New Elucidation of Colours, Original, Prismatic, 
and Material. 4to. London, 1809. [Ff. 3. 42.] 

Stme (Patrick) Werner s Nomenclature of Colours, arranged so as to 
render it useful to the Arts and Sciences. 8vo. Edinb. 1814. [Ii. 3. 22.] 

Richabdson (Jonathan) An Essay on the Theory of Painting. 8vo. 

London, 1715. [F. 22. 4.] 
Webb (Daniel) An Inquiry into the Beauties of Painting, and into the 

Merits of the most celebrated Painters. 8vo. Lond. 1760. [R. 7. 32.] 

Webb (Daniel) Remarks on the Beauties of Poetry and Painting. 8vo. 

London, 1762. [R. 20. 39.] 
Remarks on Twelve Historical Designs of Raphael and the Museum 

Graecum et jEgyptiacum, or Antiquities of Greece and Egypt, to be 

published from Mr. [Richard] Dal ton's Drawings. [By John Dalton.] 

8vo. London, 1752. [P. 184. (4.)] 
Scdlptdra Histoiico-Technica : or, the History and Art of Engraving. 

12mo. London, 1747. [C. 16. 18.] 
Evelyn (John) Sculptura ; or, the History and Art of Chalcography. 

8vo. London, 1769. [P. 6. 25.] 
Amis (Joseph) A Catalogue of English Heads ; or, an Account of about 

Two Thousand Prints, describing what is peculiar on each, &c. 8vo. 

London, 1748. [P. 184. (3.)] 



IV. Architecture. 

Vitruvii (Pollionis) De Architectura Libri Decern, cum Commentariis 
Danielis Barbari. folio, Venetiis, 1567. [D. 2. 24.] 

Vitruvii (Pollionis) De Architectura Libri Decern. 4to. Lugduni, 1586. 

[D. 20. 4.] 

t Vitruvii (Pollionis) De Architectura Libri Decern, cum Notis. Cura 

Joannis de Laet. folio, Amstelodami, 16.49. 
tPalladio (Andre) De P Architecture, en Francois. 8vo. Paris, 1645. 

Lecleuc (Sebastien) Traite d* Architecture, avec des Remarques et des 
Observations. 4to. Paris, 1614. [E. 14. 21.] 



m 



AETS ASD TRADES. 



B« yb aUfi tmgm Or&m d\4rcfcftetlava di 1L Borarzio da Vig^ola, 
M k M0ta agjpocta * MicU Angelo BaooaraL With a Dutch, 
Gtnmft, and Freadb translate* » fobo. Amsterdam. Kl? "P. 2. 4.] 

ParafleJe d*Ar«rt*keeuire Anbqoe et de la Mo>ieroe. Aver un Recueil 
6e DtX Priori fAUX A»t*-urt qui oat cent de* Cmq Ordre*. - avoir Pal- 
lad JO, et 8eamoizi f Serlio et Vtgnola, D. Barbaro e: C jtar.eo. L. B. 
Albert* et ViVa, Bollaot et De Lorme. folio. Pans, I 70*. "A. 2. 12.] 

The Architecture of A* Palladio, translated from the Italian With the 
Note* and Remarks of Inigo Jones. 2 vols, folio, London. 1742. 

]0. 1. 19.20.] 

Net* I Richard; The Builder's Dictionary; or, the Complete Builders 
Guide. Svo. London, 1736. [E. 21. 9.] 

Wood (John) The Origin of Building ; or, the Plagiarism of the Heathens 
detected. Mio, Bath, 1741. [Q. 1. 3.] 

KftftftfCH (Thomas) Observations on Gothic Buildings, in Italy, and on 
Gothic Architecture. 4to. London, 1809. [Gg. 1. 4J.] 

Campbell (Colin) Vitruvius Britannicus ; or, the British Architect: con- 
taining Plans, Elevations, and Sections of regular Buildings both Pub- 
lic and Private, in Great Britain. 3 vols, folio, London, 1 7 1 5-25. 

[O. 1. 9-11.] 

Hatton (Charles) The Principles of Bridges. Svo. London, 1S01. 

[Gg. 7. 16.] 

At wood (George) A Dissertation on the Construction and Properties ot" 
Archei. 4to. London, 1801. [Gg. 1. 42.] 

■ Supplement to the same. 4to. London, 1S01. [Gg. 1. -42.] 



Section II. ThkKconomtcal Arts, Trades, 

AND M A N 1 J V A CT U R I : S . 

I. Rural and Domestic Economy. 
1. Anticnt Writers. 

GfcOPONICORUM, sivo de Re Rustica Lihri X. Gr.eee et Latinc. Giieca 
cum MSS. contulit, Prolegomena. Notulas. d Indices adjecit IYtrti* 
Netxlham. 8vo. Cuntabrigia\ 1701. li. :0. 

ScMVTORKss r»K Rk Rustica : Columella. Vanw Cata, Palladium. 4:e. 

m.f fff.rfb. [C. s. 

fhs Junii Colvmkll.v. i^e Re Rustua L.b:; iu\;a ^ xc:^- Roberti 

Stephani. Svo. Dublini, 17:: 2. 



2. ^[ot^tn^ Wriu 
i. Agriculture <:/.•*; //..* 

Ml^KVX fifttficirai ft (W^?vw/< . or. >/...: \ :> ,v. \ a: 
Cwoimww, Arts, and Manufacture. <. \. 1 .. . 1 *•.*-; 



AGRICULTURE AND HUSBANDRY. 669 



Letters and Papers on Agriculture and Planting, &c. selected from the 

Correspondence-book of the Society instituted at Bath for the Encour- 
. agement of Agriculture, Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce. 4 vols. 

8vo. Bath, 1780-88. [A. 16. 86-89.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Bath, 1780. [Q. 5. 38.] 

Annals of Agriculture and other useful Arts: collected f [L. 23. 15-25. 

and published by Arthur Young. 37 vols. 8vo. Bury < L. 2^. 1-20. 

St. Edmunds, 1790-1801. ^M. 17. 1-6.] 

Select Essays on Husbandry. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1767. [Q. 4. 9.] 

Hunter (Andrew) Georgical Essays. 8vo. York, 1777. [Q. 5. 48.] 

Anderson (James) Essays relating to Agriculture and Rural Affairs. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 1797-98. [L. 22. 1-3.] 

Heresbachii (Conradi) De Re Rustics Libri IV. Item de Venatione, 
Aucupio, et Piscationc. 8vo. Colonia?, 1570. [D. 18. 13.] 

Etibnke (Charles) et Liebault (Jean) L' Agriculture et Maison Rustique. 
4to. Paris, 1589. [C. 1. 5.] 

Serb.es (Olivier de) Le Theatre d'Agriculture et Menage des Champs. 
4to. Paris, 1603. [C: 1. 6.] 

Markham (Gervaise) The Second Booke of the English Husbandman. 
4to. London, 1614. [M. 19. 23.] 

Duodale (Sir William). The History of Imbanking and Draining of Fenns 
and Marshes, folio, London, 1662. [B. 2. 12.] 

System a Agriculture : the Mystery of Agriculture discovered by J. W. 
[John Worlidoe.] folio, London, 1675. [I. 1. 11.] 

Home (Francis) The Principles of Agriculture and Vegetation. 8vo. 
London, 1759. [P. 219.(3.)] 

Fordyce (George) Elements of Agriculture and Vegetation. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1796. [Hh. 3. 39.] 

Bradley (Richard) The Gentleman and Farmer's Guide for the Im- 
provement of Cattle. 8vo. London, 1739. [P. 6. 14.] 

Wildman (Thomas) A Treatise on the Management of Bees, wherein is 
contained the Natural History of those Insects, with the various Me- 
thods of cultivating them, both Ancient and Modern, and the im- 
proved Treatment of them, &c 4to. London, 1768. [E. 24. 12.] 



ii. Horticulture. 

Evelyn (John) Kalendarium Hortense ; or, the Gard'ner's Almanac. 
18mo. London, 1666. [D. 17. 2.] 

Quintinye (M. de la) The Compleat Gard'ner; or, Directions for Cul- 
tivating and Right Ordering of Fruit Gardens and Kitchen Gardens, 
with divers Reflections on several parts of Husbandry. Made English 
by John Evelyn, folio, London, 1693. [K. 2. 7.] 

Bradley (Richard) New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, both 
Philosophical and Practical. 8vo. London, 1718. [D. 21. 14.] 

Third Edition. 8vo. London, 1719. [Ee. 3. 71.] 

Sixth Edition. Svo. London, 1731. [P. 6. 13.] 

Whateley (Thomas) Observations on Modern Gardening. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1777. [Q. 5. 18.] 



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ARTS AND TRADES. 



The Gardener** mod Botanist's Dictionary, containing the best and newest 
Methods of Cultivating the Kitchen, Fruit, and Flower Garden, and 
Nursery, By Philip Miller ; with Additions, &c. by Thomas Mar- 
tyn* 2 roh. in Four Parts, folio, London, 1607. [I. 10. 10-13 ] 

Miller (Philip) The Gardener'i Dictionary, folio, London, 1 733. 

X. 2. S/j 

KviGHT (T. A.) A Treatise on the Culture of the Apple and Pear, and 
on the Manufacture of Cider and Perry. 12 mo. Ludlow, 1797. 

fFf. S. 131." 



II. Manufactures. 

New (Antonii) De Arte Vitraria Libri Septem, et in eosdem Christo- 
pheri Meretti Observationes et Notae. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1669. 

[H. 17. 20.] 

Le Vieil (M.) L'Art de la Peinture sur Verre et de la Vitrerie. folio. 
Paris, 1774. [A. 12. 34.] 

Webber (Samuel) The State of the Woollen Manufactures. 8vo. Lou- 
don, 1739. [P. 98. (1.)] 

Webber (Samuel) A Scheme for the Exportation of our Wool. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1741. [P. 98. (4.)] 

London (John) An Answer to " Remarks un Mr. Webber's Scheme" 8vo. 
Undon, 1741. [P. 98. (5.)] 

London (John) On the Importance of the Woollen Manufactures. 8vo. 

London, 1741. [P. 98. (2.)] 
Tinory (P. F.) The Painter and Varnisher's Guide ; a Treatise on the Art 

of making and applying Varnishes. 8vo. London, 1804. [Ee. 3. 11.] 

Macquer (M.) L'Art de la Teinture. folio, Paris, 1763. [A. 12. S3.] 

Hellot (M.) L'Art de la Teinture des Laincs et des EtofTes de Laine en 
grand et petit teint. 12mo. Paris, 1772. [Dd. 4. 67.] 



Section III. Recreative Arts. 

Asciiam (Roger) Toxophilus, or the School of Shootintr. 4to. Works. 

[D. 3. 26.J 

PiULlDOR (A. D.) Analyse du Jen des Echoes. Svo. Londres. 1 777. 

[Gg. 3. 4 3.] 

Philidor(A. D.) Chess Analyzed. Svo. London, 17o0. [Ff. 7. 103.] 

Paynk (William) Introduction to the Game of Draughts. 1 .'mo. London. 
1756. [tin. 1.29.] 

Sturges (Joshua) Guide to the Game of Draughts. S\o. London. ISuO. 

La Fauconnerie de F. Jan. des FRAxcun:urs, Grand Pneur d A juita no: 
avec line autre Fauconnerie de Guillaume Tammi. e: La Wdierie de 
Messire Artelovche d'Alagona. D avanta.e. In lu jiii.l di :o*a> les 
OUeaux de Proye, servans a la Fauconnerie e: Vol. trie. l:o. Poi- 
tiers, 1567. [K. l>. 2.] 



Class V. 



Section I. Historical Prolegomena. 

Introduction. 

Treatises on the Manner of Studying History. 



ECTURES concerning History, read 
during the year 1775, in Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin. By Michael Kear- 
ney. 4to. London, 1776. [R. 17.25.] 

The Philosophy of History, translated 
from the French [of M. de Voltaire.] 
8vo. London, 1766. [D. 22. 29.] 

Dupin (Louis Ellies) Bibliotheque Uni- 
versale des Historiens, contenant 
leurs Vies, FAbreg6, la Chronologie, 
la Geographie, et la Critique de leurs 
Histoires, &c. 4to. Amsterdam, 
1708. [I. 6. 2.] 

Bodini (Joannis) Methodus ad Facilem Historiarum Cognitionem. 

18mo. Argentina?, 1599. [K. 16. 32.] 
■ Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Genevee, 1610. [F. 18. 11.] 

Wheare (Degorei) De Ratione et Methodo legendi Historias Civiles et 
Ecclesiasticas Dissertatio. 12mo. Londini, 1623. [M. 18. 14.] 

'— Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Oxonii, 1637. [F. 17. 35.] 

< Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1684. [D. 15. 34.] 

The Method and Order of reading Civil and Ecclesiastical Histories, by 
D. Wheare. To which is added an Appendix concerning Ancient and 
Modern Historians, by N. Horseman. With Mr. Dodwell's Invitation 
to Gentlemen to acquaint themselves with Ancient History. Made 
English and enlarged by E. Bohun. 8vo. London, 1710. [D. 21. 17.] 




672 



HISTORY. 



I. Geography. 
1. Antient Geography. 



Strabonib Rerum Geographicarum Libri XVI. Grace ; cum Guil. Xy- 
landri Versione Latina, et Observationibus Fed. Morelli. Recensuit 
Isaacus Casaubonus. folio, Lut. Par. 1620. [F. 4. 13.] 

Strabonis Rerum Geographicarum Libri XVII. Graece et Latine. Cum 
Notis Xylandri, Casauboni et aliorum. Curd Theod. Janssonii ab 
Almeloveen. 2 tomis, folio, Amstelodami, 1707. [N. 1. 15,16.] 

Ptolemjei (Claudii) Geographia, Latine, a Bilibaldo Pirkheimerio 4to. 
Venetiis, 1562. [F. 20. 1.] 

Pausanle Accurata Graeciae Descriptio, Greece et Latine, a Gulielmo 
Xylandro, cum notis Xylandri et Friderici Sylburgii. folio, Hanoviae, 
1613. [H. 12. 8.} 

Dicjeaechi Geograpliica Quae dam : sive Descriptio Graeciae, versibu > 

iambicis. 12mo. apud Henr. StepJtanum, 1589. [F. 18. 12.] 
tScYLAcis Caryandensis Peri pi us, Graece et Latine, curd G. J. Vossii. 1 639. 

Arriani Ponti Euxini et Maris Erythrsei Periplus, Latine : cum Com- 
mentariis Jo. G. Stuckii. folio, Lugduni, 1577. [D. 4. 24.] 

Plutarchi Libellus de Fiuviorum et Monti urn Nominibus ; et Psellus de 
Lapidum Virtutibus, Gr. Lat. Accedunt Vibius Sequester de Flumi- 
nibus, &c. et Emendationes ac Notae a Phil. Jac. Maussaco. 8vo. 
Tolos*, 1615. [S. 1. 20.] 

Philo Byzantinus de Septem Orbis Spectaculis, Grajceet Latine, a Leone 
Allatio. 8vo. Roma?, 1640. [K. 19. 21.] 

Stephanus Byzantinus de Urbibus, cura Gulielmi Xylandri, Graece et 

Latine. folio, Basileae, 1568. [D. 1. 15.] 
Stephanus Byzantinus de Urbibus et Populis, Graece et Latine ; cum 



[E. 5. 10.] 

Lucae Holstenii et Theodori Ryckii Not-je et Castigationcs in Stephanum 
Byzantinum. folio, Lug. Bat. 1 694. [E. 5. 11.] 

Vjsteris Orbis Descriptio Greed Scriptoris sub Constantio et Constante 
Impp. cum versione Latina et Notis Jacobi Gotbofredi. 4to. Geneva*, 
1628. [F. 15. 7.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Inter Gotho/rcdi Opuscula. [S. 1. 30.] 

Diontsii Alexandrini, et Pomponii Melai Situs Orbis Descriptio. — /Ethici 
Cosmographia, et Caii Julii Solini Poiyliistor. Cum Commcntariis 
Eustathii in Dionysium, et Notis Joannis Olivarii et aliorum. Grace 
et Latine. 4to. Apud Henricum Stepbanum, 1577. [_1>. 4. 3.2.] 

Pomponius Mela de Situ Orbis. 8vo. Lugduni, l."»36. [I). 18. 12.] 

tPomponius Melade Situ Orbis. Cura Abrabami Gronovii. 8vo. Lug. 

• Bat. 1722. 

Caii Julii Solini Poiyliistor. 8vo. Lugduni, 1.536. ["!). 18. 12.] 
Claudii Salmasii Plinianse Exercitationes in Caii Julii Solini Polyhistora. — 

Item Caii Julii Solini Polyhistor, ex veteribus libi is emendatus. 2 torn. 

folio, Parisiis, 1629. [D. 12. 8,9.] 




folio, Lug. Bat. 1694. 



MODERN GEOGRAPHY. 



673 



Geographia Nubiensis; id est accuratissiraa totius Orbis in Septem 
Climata divisi Descriptio: coutinens praesertim exactam universal Asiae 
et Africae, rerumque in lis hactenus incognitarura, explicationem. Recens 
ex Arabico in Latinum versa a Gabriele Sionita et Joanne Hesronita. 
4to. Parisiis, 1619. [I. 6. 25.] 

Brietii (Philippi) Parallela Geographic Veteris et Novae. 3 tomis 4to. 
Paris. 1648. [G. 6. 4,5,6.] 

Cluverii (Philippi) Introductionis in Univcrsam Geographiam tarn Ve- 
terem quam Novam Libri VI. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1624. [G. 7. 9.] 

Palmerii (Jacobi) Graeciae Antiquae Descriptio. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1678. 

[E. 15. 23.] 

Geographia Antiqua : A Set of Maps of Antient Geography, engraved 
from Cellarius. 4to. London, 1747. [R. 17. 31.] 

Dakjei (Lamberti) Geographia Poetica. 12mo. Lugduni, 1580. 

[F. 18. 2.] 



2. Modern Geography. 
i. Treatises and Systems of Universal Geography. 

Adam (Alexander) A Summary of Geography and History, both Ancient 
and Modern. 8vo. London, 1797. [Ii. 4. 24.] 

Apiani (Petri) et Gemma Frisii Cosmo«_rraphia ; sive Descriptio Universi 
Orbis. 4to. An£verpiae, 1584. [G. 2. 24.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Antverpiae, 1573. [D. 20. 13.] 

Boteri (Joannis) Imperiorum Mundi Catalogus et Descriptio. 8vo. Co- 
lonise, 1613. [F. 19.31.] 

Bruin (Georgii) Civitates Orbis Terrarum. 2 tomis folio, Colonise, 1572. 

[D. 4. 1,2.] 

Chamberlayne (Peregrine Clifford) Compendium Geographkum : An In- 
troduction into Geography. 12 mo. London, 1682. [S. 3. 24.] 

Cluverii (Philippi) Introductionis in Universam Geographiam Libri VI. 
4to. Lug. Bat. 1624. [D. 20. 51.] 

tCluverii (Philippi) Geographia. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1672. 

Dufresnot (Lenglet) The Geography of Children : or, a Short and Easy 
Method of teaching and learning Geography. 8vo. London, 1737. 

[A. 19. 88.] 

Emerson (William) The Mathematical Principles of Geography. 8vo. 
Works, Vol. IX. [E. 25. 22.] 

Fers (A. D ) A Short Method to understand Geography, translated from 
the French. 8vo. London. [B. 6. 18.] 

Gautier (Abbe) A Complete Course of Geography, by means of In- 
structive Games, folio, London, 1800. [Ff. 2. 44.] 

Gigantis (Joannis) Systematis Cosmographici Compendium. 12mo. Ox- 
onii, 1664. [D. 17.22.] 

a V 



674 HISTORY. 

Goi.nitzii (Abrahami) Geographic! Compendii Libri II. 12 mo. Hafnia?, 
1642. [F. 17. 12.] 

Guthrie (William) A Geographical, Historical, and Commercial Gram- 
mar. 8vo. London, 1770. [Hh. 8. 9.] 

Heylin (Peter) Cosmogrraphie : or, the Chorographie and Historic of the 
whole World, folio, London, 1657. [Ff. 2. 18.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1652. [Ff. 2. 19.] 

Kuselii (Salomonis) Dictionariolum Geographicum. 12mo. Erphordia\. 

1632. [F. 17. 37.] 
MAUROLYCii(Francisci) Cosmographia. 8vo. Messanae, 1540. [F. 16. 1.] 
Medrano (S. F. de) Breve Descripcion del Mundo. 8vo. Brusrlas 1702. 

L R 337. 1.] 

M ERULiE (Paulli) Cosmographies generalis Libri III. folio, Amstelodami. 

1621. [D. 4. 12.] 
Miciielet (Jacques) Discours de Geographic 4to. a Paris, 1GI5. 

[D. 20. 21.] 

Moll (Herman) The Compleat Geographer, folio, London, 1723. 

[R. 2. 23.] 

Munsteri (Sebastiani) Cosmographia universalis, folio, Basilea?, \55±. 

[D. 1. 1.] 

Ortelii (Abrahami) Thesaurus Geographicus. 4to. Hanovia^, 1611. 

[¥. 20. 8.] 

Pemble (William) A Briefe Introduction to Geography. 4to. Oxford, 
1630. [M. 20. 34.] 

Varenii (Bernardi) Geographia Generalis. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1650. 

[D. 17. 40.] 

Exemplar aliud. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1G64. [_D. 17. 25.] 

• Exemplar aliud, cura Isaaci Ncwtoni. 8vo. Cantabrigian, 1G72. 

[F. 10. G."j 



ii. Geographical Dictionaries and Gazetteers. 

Baudrand (M. A.) Dictionnaire Geographiquc Utiiversel. 4 to. Paris 
1701. [N. 6. 3.] 

Ferrarii (Philippi) Lexicon Geographicum in quo Univcrsi OrhisOppida. 
Urbes, Regiones, Provincial, Regna, Emporia', Acadeirme, Metropoles, 
Pontes, Flumina, et Maria, antiquis recentibusquc nominihus appcllata, 
suisque distantiis descripta, recensentur. folio, Londini, 1H57. 

[D. 2. 20.; 

A Geographical, Historical, Chronological, and Poetical Dictionary. Svo. 
London, 1703. [R. 11. 28.] 

Ecu ard (Laurence) The Classical Geographical Dictionary. 12mo. Lon- 
don, 1715. [A. 19. 98.] 

■ The Gazetteer's Interpreter, l^nio. London, 1095. [P. 7. V9.) 

The Gazetteer. Svo. London, 1 7 . J . [K. 7. (J.-).] 

Salmon (Thomas) The Modern Gazetteer, or a Hjoi i Yu w of the sc : , rrJ 

Nations of the World. 12mo. London, j; \i>. [R. :20. J 
Vosgien ( ) Dictionnaire Geographiquc, Pnrt.r.ii, dcsQuntres Parties 

du Monde. 8vo. Paris, 1795. [Hh. 8. ^o.j 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS. 



675 



iii. Treatises on the Use of the Globes. 

Gregorie (John) Description and Use of the Terrestrial Globe. 4to. 
In his Works. [R. 8. 27.] 

Harris (Joseph) A Description and Use of the Globes and the Orrery. 
8vo. London, 1738. [Dd. 3. 32.] 

Fenning (Daniel) A New and Easy Description of the Globes, and the 
Rudiments of Geography. 12mo. London Bridge, 1754. [C. 16. 17 J 



iv. At lasses and Maps. 

Merc atoms (Gerard i) Tabulae Geographical, CI. Ptolemaei ad men tern, 
restitute, folio, Colonise, 1578. [D. 4. 3.] : 

« Atlas, folio, Amstelodami, 1623. [A. 2. 14.] 

Ortelii (Abrahami) Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. folio, Antverpiae, 
1592. [A. 4. 1.] 

Jahssoni (Joannis) Atlas sive Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. 7 tomis, folio, 
Amstelodami, 1656-60. [C. 3. 1-7.] 

Sanson (Nicholas) A General Atlas, improved by William Berry, folio, 
London, 1680. [Kk. 9. 3.] 

Johnson (William) The Light of Navigation, wherein are declared and 
lively pourtrayed all the Coasts and Havens of the West, North, and 
East Seas. 4to. Amsterdam, 1617. [D. 1. 34.] 

Kitchin (Thomas) A General Atlas, being a Complete Collection of the 
most improved Maps extant, folio, London, 1787. [O. 1. 33.] 

Morris (Lewis) Plans of Harbours, Bars, Bays, and Roads in St. 
George's Channel. 4to. London, 1748. [R. 16. 9.] 



II. Voyages and Travels. 
Introduction. 
Treatises on Travelling. — Instructions for Travellers. 

Bourne (William) A Treasure vnto Travaylers. 4to. London, 1578. 

[M. 20. 23.] 

Neugebavem (Salomonis) Tractatus de Peregrinatione. 12mo. Basileae, 
1605. [F. 17. 41.] 

Loysi (Georgii) Pervigilium Mercurii ; in quo agitur de prsestantissimis 
Peregrinantis Virtutibus. 24mo. Witteberga?, 1631. [H. 17. 48.] 



\ 



4 ~ At " ,u " 

, *hr Soil*' 1 otfl>» 
Japan, China, &c an a D .*£ e SoUlU Seas, . «** ;()SOt n,. 

Cbay* d * Vl4.2*^ ot Voyage, 

t>««8.171 6 - I _ . l Collection i 



* & >. I*' «*J ^ion of 



VOYAGES ROUND THE WORLD, ETC. 



677 



Middleton (Christopher) A Vindication of his Conduct in an Attempt to 
discover a North-west Passage in a late Voyage on board his Majesty's 
Ship Furnace. 8vo. London, 1743. [P. 145. (1.)] 

Dobbs (Arthur) Rtmarks upon Captain Middleton's Defence, wherein it 
will appear with tht highest probability that there is such a Passage as he 
went in search of. 8vo. London, 1744. [ p - 145 - 

Walter (Richard) A Voyage round the World in the years 1740-1- 
2-3-4. By George Ans n, Esq. Commander in Chief,of a squadron 
of his Majesty's Ships sent upon an Expedition to the South Sea. [Re- 
vised by Benjamin Robins.] 4to. London, 1748. [G. 14. 20 b .] 

Morris (Isaac) A Narrative of the Dangers and Distresses of part of the 
Crew of the Wager Store-Ship which attended Commodore Anson in 
his Voyage to the South Sea. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 232. (14.)] 

Bougainville (Monsieur de) Voyage autour du Monde en 1766-1769. 
4to. Paris, 1771. [A. 14. 95.] 

Hawkesworth (John) An Account of the Voyages, for making Disco- 
veries in the Southern Hemisphere, performed by Commodore Byron, 
Capt. Wallis, Capt. Carteret, and Capt. Conk, accompanied by Sir 
Joseph Banks. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1773. [Q. 2. 5-7.] 

Cook (Capt. James) A Voyage towards the South Pole and round the 
World, with Capt. Furneaux's Narrative of his Proceedings in the 
Adventure. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1777. [Q. 3. 15,16.] 

A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean, undertaken by the Command of his Ma- 
jesty ibr making Discoveries in the Northern Hemisphere. Performed 
under the Directions of Captains Cooke, Clerk and Gore, in his Ma- 
jesty s Ships the Resolution and Discovery in the years 1776, 1777, 
1778, 1779, 1*80. 3 vols. 4to. Vols. I. and II. written by Captain 
James Cook ; Vol. III. by Capt. James Kino. London, 1785. 

[E. 23. 1-8.] 

Adas of Plates to Capt. Cook's Voyage round the World, folio, London. 

8 [O. 2. 31.] 

Fo rster (John Reinhold) Observations made during a Voyage round 

the World on Physical Geography, Natural History, &c. 4to. London, 

1788. [E.24. 10.] 

Phipps (Constantine John) A Voyage towards the North Pole. 4to. 
London, 1774. [Q. 1. 24.] 

Vancouver (Captain George) Voyage of Discovery to the North' Pacific 
Ocean and round the World, performed in the years 1790, 1791, 1792, 
1793, 1794 and 1795, in the Discovery Sloop of War, and the armed 
Tender, Chatham. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1798. [I. 22. 7,8,9.] 

Charts and Headlands to Capt. Vancouver's Voyage round the World, 
atlas folio, London. [O. 1. 38.] 

Collins (David) An Account of the English Colony in New South Wales : 
to which are added some Particulars of New Zealand. 4to. London, 
1798. [L. S3. 15.] 

Bond (6.) An Account of the Colony of Port- Jackson in New South 
Wales. 8vo. Oxford, 1806. [Hh. 3. 41.] 

Cora (William) An Account of the Russian Discoveries between Asia 
' sad America : to which are added the Conquest of Siberia and the His- 
fory of the Transactions and Commerce between Russia and China. 
^Jbmden, 1780. [D. 23. I.] 



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HISTORY. 



3. Voyages and Travels in Europe. 
i. Travels through several 'parts of Europe. 

Brown (Edward) A Brief Account of some Travels in divers Parts of 
Europe, folio, London, 1685. [K. 2. 14.] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Letters ; containing an Account of the most remarka- 
ble Places in Italy, Switzerland, Germany, &c. in 1685-6. 8vo. Rot- 
terdam, 1687. [Gg. 8. 31 ] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1724. [R. 19. 41.] 

Veryakd (E.) An Account of divers Choice Remarks as well Geogra- 
phical, Historical, Political, Mathematical, Physical, and Moral, taken 
in a Journey through ihe Low Countries, France, Italy, and Part of 
Spain. As also a Voyage to the Levant, folio, London, 1701. 

[E. 5. 16.] 

Massey (James) Travels and Adventures. 12mo. London, 1733. 

[A. 19. 80.] 

Frankz (Thomas) A Tour through France, Flanders, and German v. 
8vo. London, 1735. [P. 80. (8.)] 

Keysler (J. G.) Travels through Germany, Bohemia. Hungary, Switzer- 
land, Italy and Lorrain. 4 wis. 4to. London, 1 740. [P. 4. 1-4.J 

Stevens (Sarheverell) Miscellaneous Remarks, made in a Seven Wars 
Tour through France, Italy, Germany and Holland. Svo. London, 
1756. [Gg. 22. 8.] 

Jars (M.) Voyages Metallurgiqucs, depuis l'annee 1757, jusques it 
compris 1769, en Allemagne, Suede, Norwege, Angleterre, et Ecosse. 
4to. Lyon, 1774. [Gg. 1. 31.] 



ii. Travels through the Northern Parts of Europe, Hol- 
land, Germany, Hungary, Transylvania, and Dahnatia. 

An Account of Denmark. [IV Robert, Lord Moleswokj ii. | Svo. 
London, 1694. [P. 6. 18.] 

Denmark Vimluated ; Imuran Answer to a late Treatise called an Accuitnt 
of Denmark. 8vo. London, 1694. [R. 11. 11.] 

Letters on Iceland during a Voyage in 17 72, made by J. Hanks, Dr. So- 
landet and others. Svo. London, 1780. [Q. 51.] 

Pontoppidan (Eric) The Natural History of Norway. folio, London, 
1755. [O. 4. 40.] 

Schepfkr (John) The History of Lapland ; shewing the Original, Man- 
ners. Habit>, &c. of that people. Svo. London, I 7 1 - [II. I 

Coxe (William) Travels into Poland, 1\ <ss:a, Swedm and Denmark. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 1784-1790. [A. 1 I. S.'-M.j 

Travels through the Low Countries, by J. \\ \\ ; and Travels through 
Spain by F. Willughby. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1 ? iS. [Q. I. lo.ll.l 

Simpson (James) A Visit to Flanders in 1815 ; beitv ci.i l\y an Account 
of the Battle of Waterloo. 12 mo. Edinburgh, 1SI.*«. [Ec. 4. 1.1 



TRAVELS IN FRANCE, SPAIN, AND ITALY. 679 



Dbliciarum Germanle tarn superioris quam inferioris, Index. 8vo. 
Coloniue, 1609. [F. 17. 29.] 

Marsili (Aloysii Ferdinandi, Comitis) Danubius Pannonico-Mysicus, 
Observationibus Geographicis, Astronomicis, Hydrographicis, Histo- 
ricis, Physicis, illustratus. folio, 6 tomis in 3 vols. Hagae Comitum, 
1726. [O. 1. 1-3.] 

A New Prospect of the City of Buda. London, 16 — [C. 5. 16.] 
Fortis (Alberto) Travels in Dalmatia : with Observations on the Island 
of Chersoand Osero: translated from the Italian. 4to. London, 1778. 

[Q. 2. 33.] 

Born (Baron Inigo) Travels through Transylvania and Hungary ; to 
which is added J. J. Ferber's Mineralogical History of Bohemia. 8vo. 
London, 1777. [Q. 5. 50.] 



iii. Travels in France, Spain, and Italy. 

Secundi (Joannis) Itinera tria per Gallias. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1632. 

[R. 11. 35.] 

A Description of France, by J. S. 24mo. London, 1692. [B. 8. 15.] 

Lister (Martin) A Journey to Paris in 1698. 8vo. London, 1699. 

[D. 6. 8.] 

Remarks in the Grand Tour of France and Italy. 8vo. London, 1 705. 

[M. 6. 1.] 

Young (Arthur) Travels, during the years 1787, 1788, and 1789, under- 
taken with a view of ascertaining the Cultivation, Wealth, Resources, 
and National Prosperity of the Kingdom of France. 2 vols. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1794. [L. 26. 17,18.] 

Bygge (Thomas) Travels in the French Republic, translated from the 
Danish by John Jones. 12mo. London, 1801. [A. 7. 1.] 

Letters of a Lady's Travels into Spain. 8 vo. London, 1717. 

[F. 25. 13.] 

Town send (Joseph) A Journey through Spain in the years 1786 and 
1787 ; and Remarks in passing through a part of France. 3 vols. 
8vo. London, 1792. [I. 24. 22-24.] 

An Historical Account of the Discovery of the Island of Madeira. 
8vo. London, 1 750. [R. 18. 45.] 

Schotti (Francisci) Itinerarium Italiae. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1600. 

[F. 17. SO.] 

Lassels (Richard) The Voyage of Italy ; or a Journey through Italy. 
8vo. London, 1686. [E. 1. 38.] 

Misson (Maximilien) Voyage dltalie. 2 vols. 12mo. a la Hayc, 1691. 

[P. 5. 33,34.] 

Misson (Maximilian) A New Voyage to Italy, translated from the French. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1695. [M. 6. 33,34.] 

Montfaucon (Bernard!) Diarium Italicum, sive Monumentorura Vete- 
rum, Bibliothecarum, Musseorum, &c. Notitiae Singulares in Itinerario 
Italico collect®. 4to. Parisiis, 1702. [E. 14. 5.] 



680 



HISTORY. 



Addison (Joseph) Remarks on several Parts of Italy, &c. in 170 

\2mo. London, 1718. [A. 19. 69.] 
Account of a Journey to Tuscany, Rome and other parts of Italy. 

London, 1741. [P. 322.(3.)] 
Cond amine (M. de la) Journal of a Tour to Italy. 8vo. London, 

|F. 2 

Botle (John, Earl of Corke and Orrery) Letters from Italy. 8v< 
don, 1773. [F. 26. 24.] 

*Gilly (Wm. Stephen) Narrative of an Excursion to the Mount 
Piedmont, and Researches among the Waldenses or Vaudois, ] 
tants of the Cottian Alps. Third Edition, 8vo. London, 1826. 



4. Voyages and Travels in the. Levant, in Greece , 
Minor, Palestine, and Arabia. 

Busbequius (A. G.) Travels into Turkey in the years 1555, 15 
12mo. London, 1744. [A. 19. 116 ] 

Blount (Henry) A Voyage into the Levant, with particular Obser 
concerning the moderne condition of the Turkes and other 
under that Empire. 4to. London, 1636. [M. ,0. 23.] 

Spon (Jacob) et Wheler (Georges) Voyage de Dalniatie, de Gi 
du Levant, fait aux annees 1675 1 1 1076. 3 vols. 12mo. Lyon 

[P. L A 

Lememe. 2 vols. 12mo. a la Have, 1723. [P. 4. 40,41. 

Georgirenes (Joseph, Archbishop of Samos) A Description of t 
sent State of Samos, Nicaria, Patmos, and Mount Athos. 
London, 1678. [E 17. 1.] 

Lucas (Paul) Voyage au Levant. 8vo. a la Have, 1705. [P. 6. 

Le Bruyn (Corneille) Voyage to the Levant ; or Travels in the 
pal Parts of Asia Minor, the Islands of Scio, Rhodes. Cyprus, 
account of the most considerable Cities of Egypt, .Syria and tli 
Land, folio, London, 1 702 [G. 4. 9.] 

Randolph (B.) The Present State of the Islands in the Archipel 
Arches), Sea of Constantinople, and Gulph of Smyrna ; w 
Islands of Candia and Rhodes, faithfully described. 4io. < 
1687. [E. 1. 8 ] 

Touenefort (Joseph) Relation d'un Voyage du Levant, fait p; 
du Roy, contenant 1 Histoire Ancienne et Moderne de phisieui 
de V Archipel, de Constantinople, &c. 3 tomes, Svo. Lvon, 1 7 J 

[C. 1 

Un autre Exemplaire. 3 tomes, 8vo. Lvon, 1 7 J 7 . 

I P. 4. 

G re lot (M.) Relation d'un Voyage de Constantinople, tfvo. 
1681. [P. 6. 37.] 

Perry (Charles) A View of the Levant, pariirulaily of Constar 
Syria, Egypt, and Greece, folio, London, 17 I . J. j"G. .3. JG.]] 

Hasselquist (Frederick) Voyages and Travels in tin Levant in tl 
1749-50-51-52. 8vo. London, 1766. [I. (J. .M. j 

Chandler (Richard) Travels in Greece : or an Account of a Tour 
the Expense of the Dilettanti Society. 4to. Oxford, 17 76- [R. 



TRAVELS IN THE EAST. 



681 



Zieoliri (Jacobi) Terrae Sancta?, quam Palaestinam nominant, Syria?, 
Arabia?, jEgypti, et Schondise Descriptio. Terrae Sancta? altera De- 
scriptio, juxta Ordinem Alphabet!*, authore Wolffgango Weissenburgio. 
folio, Argentorati, 1536. [D. 1. 27.] 

Sandys (George) A Relation of a Journey in the Holy Land, folio, 
Londini, 1637. [D. 2. 26.] 

Maundrell (Henry) A Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem, A. D. 1691. 
8vo. Oxford, 1714. [N. 7. 4.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1732. [D. 21. 29.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1736. [F. 25. 9.] 

Russell (Alexander) The Natural History of Aleppo, containing a De- 
scription of the City and the principal Natural Productions in its 
Neighbourhood. Together with an Account of the Climate, Inhabit- 
ants, and Diseases, particularly of the Plague. 3 vols. 4 to. London, 
1791. [I. 24. 7,8,9.] * 

De la Roque (M.) Voyage dans l'Arabie Heureuse, par l'Ocean Oriental 
et le Detroit de la Mer Rouge, fait pour la premiere foia par les Fran- 
cois dans les annces 1708, 1709, et 1710. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1716. 

[P. 7. 37.] 

De la Roque (M.) A Voyage to Arabia the Happy, by way of the East- 
ern Ocean and the Straights of the Red Sea, &c. &c. Translated 
from the French. 12mo. London, 1730. [E. 27. 18.] 

De la Roque (M.) Voyage dans la Palestine. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1718. 

[P. 7. 38.] 

A Journal from Grand Cairo to Mount Sinai and back again. Trans- 
lated from a Manuscript written by the Prefetto of Egypt. To which 
are added, Remarks on the Origin of Hieroglyphics, and the Mytho- 
logy of the Ancient Heathens. [By Robert Clayton, Bishop of 
Clogher.] 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 199. (5.)] 

•Jowett (William) Christian Researches in the Mediterranean. 8vo. 
London, 1822. 

•Jowett (William) Christian Researches in Syria and the Holy Land, in 
1823 and 1824. 8vo. London, 1825. 

*Leake (William Martin) Journal of a Tour in Asia Minor, with Re- 
marks on the Ancient and Modern Geography of that Country. 8vo. 
London, 1824. 

*Carne (John) Letters from the East. 8vo. London, 1826. 



5. Voyages and Travels in Asiatic Turkey, Persia, the 
East Indies, Tartary, China, and Japan. 

TTie Voyages and Trauailes of Sir John Maundeuile, Knight. 4to. 

London, n. d. [M. 20. 38.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 2. 23.] 

Ooilby (John) Description of Asia, folio, London, 1673. [O. 4. 19.] 
Tavernieb (Jean Baptiste) Six Voyages en Turquie, en Perse, et aux 

lodes, pendant l'espace de quarante ans. 2 vols. 12 mo. Paris, 1679. 

[P. 5, 35 9 36.] 



682 



HISTORY. 



Tavernier (J. B.) Six Voyages through Turkey into Persia and the East 
Indies for the space of forty years ; with a Voyage into the East Indies 
by an English Traveller, never before published, folio, London, 1 GTS. 

[I. 1. 19.] 

Tavernier (J. B.) Recueil de Plusieurs Relations et Traites sincruliers. 
8vo. Paris, 1681. [P. 6. 43.] 

Thevekot (Jean") Voyages en Turquie, en Perse, et aux Indes. 5 vols. 
12mo. Paris, 1689. [P. 7. 24-28.] 

Herbert (Thomas) A Description of the Persian Monarchy, now beinge 
the Orientall Indes. folio, London, 1634. [D. 2. 29.] 

Chardin (M. le Chevalier) Voyages en Perse, et autres Lieux de l'Orient. 
10 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1740. [P. 3. 28-37.] 

Chardin (Sir John) Travels into Persia and the East Indies, through the 
Black Sea, translated from the French, folio, London, 1086. 

[C. .5. 12.] 

K.empfeb.1 (Engeiberti) Amoanitatum Exoticarum Politico-Physico-Me- 
dicarum Fasciculi Quinque. Quibus continentur Varia? Relatione?.. 
Observationes et Descriptiones Rerum Persicarum, et Ulterior is Asia?, 
multd attentione in peregrinationibus per universam Orientem collecta?. 
4to. Lemgoviee, 1712. [E. 21. 21.] 

Della Valle (Pietro) Travels into East India and Arabia Deserta. 

With a Relation of Sir Thomas Roe's Voyage into the East Indies. 

folio, London, 1665. [C. 5. 24.] 
Pinto (Fernan Mendez) Historia Oriental dc sus Peregrinaciones en los 

Reynos de la China, Tartaria, Siam, &c. &c. folio, Madrid, 16C4. 

[1\ 2. 18.] 

Loubere (Mons. De la) A New Historical Relation of the Kingdom of 
Siam. Done out of French, folio, London, 109,'J. [K. 2. 28.] 

Relation du Voyage et Retour des Indes Orientates pendant les Annees 
1690 et 1691. 18mo. Paris, 1693. [A. 19. 76.] 

Bernier (Francois de) Voyage, contenant la Description des Ktats du 
Grand-Mogol, &c. 2 tomes, 12mo. Amsterdam, 1721. [P. 7.39,40.] 

Ives (Edward) A Voyage from England to India in 17-51. -ito. London, 
1773. [Q. 2. 11.] 

Lord (Henry) A Display of Two Forraignc Sects in the East Indie.*. \ i.-:. 
the Sect of the Banians, the Ancient Natives ef India; and the Suet 
of the Persees, the Ancient Inhabitants of Persia: together with [he 
Religion and Maners of each Sect. Ito. London, 16 M. [L. ].>. llf; 

Coverte (Robert) A True and almost Incredible lw port of an English- 
man, that (being cast away in Cambaya, the farthest j>m i t of the East 
Indies) travelled by Land through ni;mv unknown kingdomcs and 
great Cities. With a particular Pesenpi n oi a!l tho>e Kingdomcs, 
Cities, and People. With a Discovery of a (iivat Emperour, called 
the Great Mogoll. 4to. London, 161 1. , M. :o. ■ -S ] 

Beeckman (Daniel) Voyage to and from the Inland of l>onu-o. Svo. 
London, 1718. [P. 6. 6.] 

Anciennes Relations des Indes et de la Chine de deux Voyageurs Maho- 
metans, qui y allerent dans le neuvieme si< c\v : tradnites de 1'Arabe, 
avec des llemarques, par l'Abbe Renai doi. $yo. Paris. 17 IS. 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN AFRICA. 688 



iizuHovii (Joannis) Legatio Batavica ad magnum Tartarias Chamum 
Smtgteitim, modernum Sins Imperatorem; conscripta vernacule [u c. 
Belgice]. Lutiniriite donatu per Georgium Homium. folio, Amstelo- 
dami. 1668. [D. 2. 19.] 

Truhofp (John) An Embassy from the East India Company of the 
Unite* I Provinces to the Emperor of China. Translated, with Plates, 
by John Ogilby. folio, London, 1669. [N. 4. 6.] 

)gilby (John) Atlas Chinensis : a Relation of Remarkable Passages in 
Two Embassies from the East India Company of the United Provinces 
to the Emperor of China and East Tartary. folio, London, 1671. 

[O. 4. 20.] 

iB Comte (Louis) Memoires sur l'Etat de la Chine. 2 vols. 8vo. Am- 
sterdam, 1697. [P 4. 42,43.] 

to Halde (J. B.) Description of China and Chinese Tartary, translated 
from the French. 3 vols, folio, London, 1738-41. [O. 8. 15,16.] 

'arenii (Bernardi) Descriptio Regni Japoniae. 18mo. Amsterodami, 
1649. [E. 17. 4*.] 

taunton (Sir George) An Authentic Account of the Earl of Macart- 
ney's Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of 
China. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1798. [L. 26. 1,2.] 

lates to Sir George Staunton's Narrative of Lord Macartney's Embassy 
to China, atlas folio, London, 1798. [O. 1. 39.] 

►gilby (John) Atlas Japanensis : a Description and History of Japan, 
folio, London, 1670. [O. 4. 18.] 

sbrants-Idks (E.) Travels from Moscow over-land to China. 4to. 
London. 1706. [Q. 2. 28.] 

iliarius (Adam) The Voyages and Travels of the Ambassadors sent by 
Frederick Duke of Holstein to the Great Duke of Muscovy and the 
King of Persia, begun in 1633 and finished in 1639. Whereto are 
added, the Travels of John Albert de Mandelslo, from Persia into the 
East Indies. Faithfully rendered into English by John Da vies, folio, 
London, 1669. [I. 2. 23.] 

*LL (John) Travels from Petersburgh into divers Parts of Asia; to 
Ispahan in Persia, and to Pekin in China, through Siberia. 2 vols. 
12mo. London, 1767. [R. 7. 29,30.] 



5. Voyages and Travels in various Parts of Africa. 

taLBY (John) A Description of Africa, folio, London, 1670. [O. 4. 21.] 
DDisoN (Lancelot) West Barbary; or, a Narrative of the Revolutions of 
the Kingdoms of Fez and Morocco. 8vo. London, 1671. [L. 15. 36.] 

haw (Thomas) Travels or Observations relating to several Parts of 
Barbary and the Levant. 4to. London, 1757. [R. 17. 2.] 

orden (Frederick Lewis) Travels in Egypt and Nubia, enlarged with 
Observations from ancient and modern Authors, by Dr. Peter Temple- 
man. 2 vols, folio, London, 1757. [O. 1% 17,18.] 

[oore (Francis) Travels into the Inland Parts of Africa. 8vo. London, 
1738. [P. 6. 16.] 



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Park (Mungo) Travels in the Interior Districts of Africa, performed 
under the Direction and Patronage of the African Association, in the 
years 1795, 1796, and 1797. 4to. London, 1799. [L. 26. 5.] 

•Park (Mungo) Journal of a Mission to the Interior of Africa, in 1S05. 
4to. London, 1815. 

Ad anson (M.) A Voyage to Senegal, the Isle of Goree, and the River 
Gambia. Translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1759. 

LD. 27. H] 

Bosman (Guillaume) Voyage de Guinee. 8vo. Utrecht, 1705. [P. 7. 36.] 

Substance of the Report of the Directors of the Sierra Leone Company. 
12mo. London, 1795. [Hh. 4. 21.] 

Account of the first Settlement of the Sierra Leone Company, and Sub- 
stance of the Report of the Directors. 12mo. London, 1795. 

[Hh. 4. 21.] 

Kolben (Peter) An Account of the Present State of the Cape of Good 
Hope ; translated from the German by Mr. Medley. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1731. [P. 6. 4,5.] 



7. Voyages and Travels in America. 
i. North America. 

Kalm (Peter) Travels into North America, translated from the Swedish 
by John Reinhold Forster. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1778. [Q. 5. 6,7.] 

Ellis (Henry) A Voyage to Hudson's Bay. 8vo. London, 1 748. 

[F. 21. 17.] 

Babtram (John) Observations upon the Indians in Canada ; with an Ac- 
count of the Cataracts at Niagara. By Peter Kalm. Svo. London, 
1751. [P. 243. (1.)] 

Wood (William) New England's Prospect ; a true, lively, and experi- 
mental Description of that Part of America commonly called New 
England. 4to. London, 1639. [M. 20. 36.] 

Lech ford (Thomas) Plain Dealing; or News from New England. Uo 
London, 1642. [L. 15. 21.] 

Beatty (Charles) Journal of a Two Months' Tour, with a View of pro- 
moting Religion among the Frontier Inhabitants of Pennsvlvania. Svo. 
London, 1768. [P. 243. (2.)] 

Smith (Captain John) Tlie Generall Historic of Virginia. New England, 
and the Summer Isles, from 1584 to 1626. folio, London, 102?. 

[D. 1. ;>2.j 

•Parry (Captain Wm. Edward) Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery 
of a North-West Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific, performed in 
the years 1819-20. 4to. London, 1821. 

* The North Georgia Gazette and Winter Chronicle. 4 to. Lon- 
don, 1821. 

* Appendix of Natural History to Captain Parry's First Voyage. 

4to. London, 1824. 



VOYAGES AND TRAVELS IN AMERICA. 685 



•Parry (Capt Wm. Edward) Journal of a Second Voyage for the Dis- 
covery of a North- West Passage, performed in the years 1821-23. 
4to. London, 1824. 

•Parry (Capt. Wm. Edward) Journal of a Third Voyage for the Dis- 
covery of a North- West Passage, performed in the years 1824-25. 
With Appendixes to the Journals of his Second and Third Voyages. 
4to. London, 1826. 



ii. South America, and the West Indies. 

Schmidel (Hulderici) Vera Historia cujusdam Navigations ab anno 
1534 usque ad annum 1554, in American! Vel Novum Mundum juxta 
Brasiliam et Rio della Plata. 4to. Noribergae, 1599. [C. 1. 24.] 

Habcourt (Robert) A Relation of a Voyage to Gviana, describing the 
Climat, Scituation, Fertilitie, Prouisions, and Commodities of that 
Country : together with the Manners, Customes, Behauiors, and Dis- 
positions of the People. 4to. London, 1613. [M. 20. 38.] 

Levini (Apollonii) De Peru viae Regionis Inventione, et Rebus in ea 
gestis. 12mo. Antverpiae, 1567. [F. 17. 32.] 

Smith ( ) A Geographical Description of the Coasts, Harbours, and 

Sea-ports of the Spanish West Indies, particularly Porto Bello, Carta- 
gena, and the Island of Cuba. 8vo. London, 1740. [P. 180. (2.)] 

A Voyage to Peru in the years 1 745-49, performed by the Ship Conde, 
of St. Walo. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 335. (1.)] 

Condamine (M. de la) A Succinct Abridgment of a Voyage made within 
the Inland Parts of South America. 8vo. London, 1747. [R. 18. 45.] 

Hxrrera (Antonii de) Descriptio Indiae Occidentals, folio, Amstelo- 
dami, 1622. [D. 4. 5.] 

Dx Laet (Joannis) Novus Orbis ; seu Descriptions Indiae Occidentalis, 
Libri XV11I. folio, Lugd. Bat. 1633. [D. 4. 16.] 

Bahchoft (Edward) An Essay on the Natural History of Guiana, in 

South America. 8vo. London, 1769. [D. 27. 13.] 
'Edwards (Bryan) The History of the British Colonies in the West 

Indies. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. 



III. Chronology. 
1 . Technical Chronology. 
i. Systems and Treatises on Chronology, in general. 

Eusebii Pamphili Thesaurus Temporum Grace, et Latin £ ex Inter pre- 
tatione Hieronymi ; cum notis Josephi Scaligeri. folio, Lug. Bat. 
1606. [C. 13. 3.] 

Scaligeri (Josephi Justi) De Emendatione Temporum, Libri VIII. 
folio, Francofurti, 1593. [C. 13. 2.] 

Scaligeri (J. J.) De Emendatione Temporum, Libri VIII. folio, Colo- 
nise, 1629. [C. 13. 6.] 



686 



HISTORY. 



Funccii (Johannis) Chronologia ; hoc est Omnium Temporum ct Anno- 
rum ab initio Mundi usque ad A. D. 1578, Computatio. folio, Wite- 
. bergae, 1578. [M. 22. 1.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Noricae, 1645. [C. 13. 12 ] 

Petavii (Dionysii) Opus de Doctrina Temporum. 2 tomis, folio, Pari- 
siis, 16*7. [C. 13. 4,5.] 

Petavii (Dionysii) Opus de Doctrina Temporum; cum Praefatione el 
Dissertatione de LXX Hebdomadibus Joannis Harduini. 3 tomis, 
folio, Antverpiae, 1703. [E. 3. 22-24 ] 

Exemplar aliud. 3 tomis, folio, Antverpiae, 1703. [IT. 1. 6-8.] 

t Petavii (Dionysii) Rationarium Temporum. 2 tomis, 8vo. Parisiis, 
1636. 

Riccioli (J. Baptistae) Chronologia Reformata, et ad certas Conclusiones 
redacta. 3 tomis in 1 vol. foiio, Bononia?, 1659. [C. 13. 1 ] 

Beveregii (Gulielmi) lnstitutionum Chronologicarum, Libri Duo. Una 
cum totidem Arithmetices Chronologicae Libellis. 4to. Lorn! mi. 1C69. 

[M. 20. 29.] 

Cary (Robert) Palaohgia Chronica : a Chronological Account of ancient 
Time, in Three Parts, 1. Didactical; 2. Apodictical ; 3. Canonical, 
folio, London, 1677. [N. 1. 17.] 

Marshami (Johannis) Diatriba Chronologica. 4to. Londini, 1649. 

[M. 20. 5.J 

Gregorie (John) De Mris et Epocnis, shewing the several Accounts ot' 
Time among all Nations, from the Creation to the present Time. 4to. 
In his Works. [R. 8. 27.] 



ii. Treatises on the Chronology of particular Nations 
and Periods. 

Aitsingeri (Michaelis) Pentaplus Regnorum Mundi. 4to. Antverpiae, 
1579. [D. 20. 57 ] 

Epochs Celebriores Astronomis, Historicis, Chronologis, Syro-Gr;cco- 
rum, Arabum, Persarum, Cliorasmiorum usitat<e. Ex Tnulitione 
Ulug Beigi, Indiae citra extraque Gangem Principis. Keeeiisiiit ct 
Commentariis illustravit Johannes Gravius. Choiasmice et Mawaral- 
nahrae, hoc est Regionum extra fluvium Oxuni Descriptio ex Tabulis 
Abulfeda? Ismaelis Principis Ilamah. Arabice et Latine. l to. Lon- 
dini, 1650. [I. 6. 24.] 

Squire (Samuel) Two Essays; the former a Defence of the. Ancient 
Greek Chronology ; the latter an Enquiry into the Origin of the Greek 
Language. 8 vo. Cambridge, 1741. [P. lsl.il.:] 

Beroaldi (Mattbaei) Chronicum, Scriptune Sacra? Auctoritate consti- 
tutum. folio, Geneva?, 1575. [C. 13. M.] 

Genebrardi (Gilberti) Chronographia. folio, P ri-iis, ! .",80. [M. 1. ,s. I 
Exemplar aliud. folio, Lugduni, I «>';!>. [(.'. I > s ] 

Lansbergii (Philippi) Chronologia Sacra. 4t< . i iddi -lbiirgi. l«i. 

|S. J. 6.] 

tVossn (Gerardi Johannis) Chronologic SaiT.e Isagoge. 4to. [log. 
Com. 1659. 



CHRONOLOGY. 



667 



Spanhemii (Friderici) Introductio ad Chronologiam et Historian? Sacram, 
ac prsecipud Chris tianam, ad Tempora proxima Reformation]'. Cum 
necessariis Castigationibus Ceesaris BaroniL 4 to. Amstelaedami, 1694. 

[D. 6. 2.] 

Masshami (Johannis) Chronicus Canon £)gyptiacus, Ebraicus, Graecus, 
et Disquisitiones. folio, Londini, 1672. [C. 2. 32.] 

Allen (Thomas) A Chain of Scripture Chronology, from the Creation of 
the World to the Death of Jesus Christ. 4to. London, 1659. 

[M. 20. 33/] 

Newton (Sir Isaac) Chronology of the Ancient Kingdoms amended. 
To which is prefixed, a Short Chronicle from the first Memory of 
Things in Europe, to the Conquest of Persia by Alexander the Great. 
4to. London, 1728. [G. 14. 9.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1728. [Cc. 2. 30.] 

: — Another Copy. 4to. London, 1728. [Gg. 1. 2.] 

Reid (Andrew) An Abstract of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology of An- 
cient Kingdoms. 8vo. London, 1732. [P. 102. (3.)] 

Musqrafe (Samuel) Two Dissertations : — 1. On the Grecian Mythology ; 
2. An Examination oj Sir Isaac Newton* s Objections to the Chronology of 
the Olympiads. 8vo. London, 1782. [C. 22. 14.] 

Whiston (William) A Short View of the Chronology of die Old Testa- 
ment. 4to. Cambridge, 1702. [F. 6. 41.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1702. [R. 8. 80.] 

Wright (John) A Short View of Mr. Whiston's Chronology of the Old 
Testament. 4to. London, 1704. [P. 42. (2).] 

Bedford (Arthur) The Scripture Chronology demonstrated by Astrono- 
mical Calculations ; from the Creation of the World to the Destruction 
of Jerusalem, folio, London, 1730. [D. 5. 18.] 

Jackson (John) Chronological Antiquities ; or the Antiquities and Chro- 
nology of the most ancient Kingdoms, from the Creation of the World 
for the Space of Five Thousand Years. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1752. 

[G. 14. 19,20»,21.] 

Ltvelie (Edward) A True Chronologie of the Times of the Persian Mo- 
narchie. 8vo. London, 1567. [D. 18. 46.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1597. ' [G. 8. 2.] 

ChytrjEi (Davidis) Chronologia Histories Herodoti et Thucydidis recog- 
nita, et, additis Ecclesiae Christi ac Imperii Romani rebus praecipuis, ab 
initio mundi usque ad nostram aetatem contexta. 12mo. Rostochii, 
1573. [S. 3. 36.] 

Ganz (Rabbi Davidis) Germen Davidis ; Chronologia Sacro-Profana, a 
mundi conditu ad annum 5352 vel Christi 1592. Cui addita sunt Pirke 
sive Capitula R. Elieser, continentia succinctam historiae sacrse recen- 
sionem circiter 3400 annos, sive a Creatione usque ad Mardochaei 
aetatem, cum veterum Rabbinorum Commentariis. Ex Hebrao in Lati- 
num translata per Gulielmum Henricum Vorstium. 4to. Lug. Bat. 
1644. [K. 14. 46.] 

Walker (Robert) Analysis of Researches into the Origin and Progress 
of Historical Time, from the Creation to the Accession of C. Caligula. 
8vo. London, 1796. [Gg. 3. 47.] 



688 HISTORY. 

Ltdiat (Thorns) Tractates de variis Annorum Formis. Svo. Londini, 
1605. [A. 7. 7.] 

Moltheri (Joannis) De Forraa et Quantitate Anni Diluviani. 8vo. Fran- 

cofurti, 1618. [S. 3. 33.] 
Pontani (Roberti) De Sabbaticorum Annorum Periodis Chronologica a 

Mundi exordio ad nostra usque secula Digestio. 4 to. [Londmi] 1619. 

[S. 1. IS.] 

Select Discourses on the Hebrew Months. 12mo. London, 1773. 

[Hh. 7. 37.] 

Usserii (Jacobi, Arrnachani Archieplscopi) De Macedonum et Asianorum 
Anno Solari Dissertatio. Svo. Londini, 1648. [M. 19. 45.] 

Noris (Henrici, Cardinal is) Annus et Epoch ae Syro-Macedonum in Ve- 
tustis Urbium Syrise Nummis praesertim Mediceis expositae. Addi- 
tis Fastis Consularibus Anonymi, Omnium Optimis. 4to. Lipsia?, 
1696. [C. 10. 30.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio. Inter Oycrum Tom. II. [D. 5. 23.] 

Noris (Henrici) Dissertationes, de Paschal i Latinorum Cyclo Annorum 
lxxxiv, et de Cyclo Paschali Ravennate Annorum xcv. folio. Inter 
Operum Tom. II. [D. 5. 23.] 

Dodwelli (Henrici) De Veteribus Graecorum Romanorumque Cyclis 
obiterque de Cyclo Judaeorum state Christi Dissertationes Decern. 
4to. Oxonii, 1721. [E. 14. 30.] 

Petiti (Samuelis) Eclogae Chronologicae de Anno et Periodo Romano- 
rum. 4to. Parisiis, 1632. [C. 9. 11.] 

Tappini (Petri) De veterum Romanorum Anno Seculari Liber sin- 
gularis. 4to. Tornaci Naeviorum, 1641. [S. 2. 10.] 

Bucherii (JEgidii) In Victoria Aquitani Canonem Paschalem Commen- 
tarius. folio, Antverpiae, 1633. [C. 13. 25.] 



iii. Treatises on the Calendar and on the Reformation 

thereof 

fMuNSTERi (Sebastiani) Calendarium Hebraiciun. 4to. Basilea\ 152 7. 

Blondel (Mons.) Histoire du Calendrier Roinain. Svo. a la Have. 
1684. [M. 18. 44.] 

Stoefpler (Joannis) Calendarium Romauum Magnum, folio, Oppcn- 
hemii, 1518. [D. 1. 16.] 

,Maestlini (Michaelis) Examen Gregoriani Kah-r.darii. 4to. Tubinua-. 
1586. [D. 20. 44. j # 

Maestlini (Michaelis) Alterum Examen Gregoriani Kaleudarii. 4to. 
Tubingae, 1586. [D. 20. 23.] 

Clavii (Christopliori) Calendarii a Gregorio XIII. I\ M. restituti Expli- 
catio. folio. Inter Operum Tom. V. [ A. 2. I ."».] 

ScALIGERl (Josephi) Elenchus et Castigati-) n<^rn (> rc^vriaiii. folio. 
Inter Claxii Opt rum Tom. V. [A. 2. 15.] 

Clavii (Christophori) Responsio ad Convicia ct • ' i!:tmnias Josephi ^Scali- 
geri in Calendarium Romanum. folio. Inter operum 'iuh>.X. 



I 



TREATISES, ETC. ON ANTIQUITIES. 689 

The True Time of keeping St. Matthias's Day in Leap Years, shewn in 
a familiar Conference, between a Churchman and a Dissenter. 12 mo. 
Oxford, 1711. [M.18. 16.] 



2. Historical Chronology. 

Pantaleonis (Candidi) Tabulae Chronologies, ab Initio Mundi usque ad 
A. D. 1596. 4to. Argentina, 1597. [G. 8. 1.] 

Helvici (Christophori) T heat rum Historicum et Chronologicum ; sive 
Chronologize Sysiema novum, folio, Giessae, 1618. [A. 2. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Oxoniae, 1662. [C. 4. 20.] 

Tornielli (Augustini) Annales Sacri et Profani, ab orbe condito ad 
eundem Christi passione redemptum. folio, Colonise, 1622. [I. 12. 13.] 

Calvish (Sethi) Opus Chronologicum, ex auctoritate Sacrae Scripturae et 
Historicorum fide dignissimorum deduetum usque ad nostra tempora. 
Cui praemissa est lsagoge Chronologica. 2 torn is, 4to. Francofurti, 
1629. [S. 1. 32,33.] 

Isaacson (Henry) Saturni Ephemerides, sive Tabula Historico-Chronolo- 
gica : A Chronological Series or Succession of the four Monarchyes, 
with an Abridgement of the Annual Memorable Passages in them, 
folio, London, 1633. [M. 2. 10.] 

Alstedii (Henrici) Thesaurus Chronologiae. 4to. Herbornae, 1650. 

[S. 2. 8.] 

UssERn (Jacobi, Armachani Archiepiscopi) Annales Veteris Test amen ti, 
a primo Mundi Origine deducti. 2 tomis, folio, Londini, 1650-54. 

[G. 2. 18,19.] 

Simson (Edwardi) Chronicon, Historiam Catholicam complectens, ab 
Exordio Mundi ad Nativitatem D. N. Jesu Christi, et exinde ad an- 
num a Christo nato LXX1. folio, Oxoniae, 1652. [C. 13. 14.] 

Tallents (Francis) A View of Universal History, from the Creation of 
the World to the Destruction of Jerusalem, A.D. 135. folio, London. 

[Kk. 9. 2.] 

Tabula Chronologica Personarum et Rerum quae adf Latinam Historiam 
spectant. 4to. [Gg. 1. 40.] 

Blair (John) The Chronology and History of the World, illustrated in 
Fifty-six Tables, folio, London, 1754. [A. 3. 29.] 



IV. Antiquities.— Numismatics. 
1. Antiquities. 

Fab rich (Jo. Alberti) Bibliographia Antiquaria ; sive Introductio in No* 
titiam Scriptorum, qui Antiquitates Hebraicas, Graecas, Romanas, et 
Christianas scriptis illustraverunt. 4to. Hamburgi, 1716. [N. 6. 24.] 



i. Dictionaries, and General Treatises on Antiquities. 

Philo Byzantius de Septem Orbis Spectaculis, Graece et Latine, Opera 
Leonis Allatii. 8vo. Rorose, 1640. [K. 19. 21.] 

2 Y 



390 HISTORY. 

Stuckii (J. O.) Antiquitatum Convivial ium Libri III. folio, 

1597. [F. 2. IS.] 
Fabri (Joannis) In Imagines Illustrium Hominum ex Fulvii Ur« 

liotheca Commentarius. 4 to. Antverpiac, 1606. [E. 15. 30.] 

Paschalii (Caroli) Opus de Coronis: quo Res omnis Coronaria < 
rum Monumentis collecta continetur. 4to. Parisiis, 1610. [H 

Rrvn (Thomae) Historia Navalis. 12mo. Londini, 1629. [I. 8 

Spondani (Henrici) Coemeteria Sacra. 12mo. Parisiis, 1638. 

L H 

Schedii (Eliae) De Diis Germanis sive Veteri Germanorum, G 
Britannorum, Vandalorum Religione, Syngrammata IV. 8v 
stelodami, 1648. [F. 18. 19.] 

Daket (P.) A Complete Dictionary of the Greek and Roman . 
ties, translated from the French. 4to. London, 1700. £C. 6. 

Spoor (Henrici) Deorum et Heroum, Virorum et Mulieruni 111 
Imagines Antiquae illustratae. 4to. Amstelodami, 1715. [R, 

Montfaucon (Bernard de) L'Antiquitc Expliquee et Represe 
figures. 5 tomes en 10 parties, folio, Paris, 1719. [B. 5. 1 

Syllabus, 

Tom. I. Part. I. LesDieux du premier, second et troisien 

II. Les Heros parvenus a la Divinitt*. 
Tom. If. Part. I. Le Culte des Grecs et dos Romains. 

II. La Religion des Egyptiens, des Arab 
Syriens, des Perses, des Scythes, d 
mains, des Gaulois, des Espagnols 
Carthaginois. 

Tom, III. Part. I. Les Habits, Meubles, Vases, Monnoy 
Mesures, des Grecs, Roma ins, ct ai 
tions. 

II. Les Bains, Manages, Grands, et 1\ 
Pompes, la Chasse, la Peche, les Ai 

Tom. IV. Part. I. Les Levees de Gens de Guerre, Hal 
zins, Travaux, Signcs, et Combat; 
Armes de toutes les Nations, 1< 
d'Armees, Machines de Guerre, &* 

II. Les Chemins publics, les Aqucducs 
gation, &c 

Tom. V. Part. I. Les Funerailles des Grecs et Komai 

II. Les Funerailles des Nations Barb? 
Supplices, &'c. 

Supplement au Livre de l'Antiquite Explifjiiee, par Bernar 
con. 6 tomes, folio, Paris, 1721. [B. 5. '17 -31.] 

WiLfOic (Tho.) An Archaeological Dictionary : or Classica 
the Jews, Greeks and Romans, alphabetically arran^ 
don, 1793. [li. 4. 22.] 

# FofCHooKE (Thomas) An Encyclopaedia of AiUu ; .mi( 
London, 1824. 

The Impertinence and Imposture of Modem A;,;;<jnarie 
PhlUlcthcs Rusticus. 4to. London, 1740. [P. \:>. 



ANTIQUITIES OF GREECE. 



691 



ii. Antient Monty, Weights, and Measures. 

Freheri (Marquardi) De Re Monetaria Veterum Romanorum, et ho- 
dierni apud Germanos Imperii Libri duo. 4to. Lugduni, 1605. 

[F. 20. 15.] 

Waseri (Caspari) De Antiquis Numis Hebrseorum, quorum S. Biblia et 
Rabbinorum Scripta me miner unt, Libri duo. 4to. Tiguri, 160.5. 

[I. 14. 33.] 

Mkursii (Joannis) Denarius Pythagoricus ; sive de Numcrorum, usque 
ad denarium, qualitate, ac nominibus, secundum Pythagoricos. 4to. 
Lug. Bat. 1631. [P. 20. 12.] 

Greaves (John) The Origin and Antiquity of our English Weights and 
Measures discovered by their near Agreement with the Standards found 
in one of the Egyptian Pyramids. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 122. (4.)] 

Langwith (Benjamin) Observations on Dr. Arbuthnot s Dissertations on 
Coins, Weights, and Measures. 4to. London, 1747. [P. 10. (14.)] 



iii. Manners and Customs of the Antient Greeks, — Civil, 
Religious, and Military. 

Gromovii (Jacobi) Thesaurus Grsecarum Antiquitatum. 13 tomis, folio, 
Lug. Bat. 1697-1702. [B. 5. 1-13.] 

Emmii (Ubbonis) Vetus Graecia U lustra ta. 2 torn. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1627. 

[F. 19. 15,16.] 

Potter (John) Archaeologia Grseca ; or the Antiquities of Greece. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1700. [B. 6. 45,46.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1715. [Ii. 4. 20,21.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Cecropia, sive de A then arum Arce et ejus antiquita- 
tibus Liber. 4to Lug. Bat. 1622. [S. 2. 4.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Archontcs Athenienses : sive, de iis qui Athenis sum- 
mum Magistratum obierunt. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1622. [E. 15. 34.] 

Meursii (Joinnis) Regnum Atticum ; sive de Regibus Atheniensium, 
eorumque rebus gestis, Libri HI. 4to. Amstelodami, 16351. 

[Hh. 7. 3.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Pisistratus, sive de ejus Vita et Tyrannide Liber singu- 
lars. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1623. [C. 10. 38.] 

Meursii (Joannis) ^schylus, Sophocles, Euripides, sive de Tragocdiis 
eorum Lib r singularis. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1619. [C. 10. 38.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Orchestra, sive de Saltationibus Veterum Liber singu- 
laris. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1618. [C. 10. 38.] 

Craoii (Nicolai > De Republica Lacedaemoniorum Libri IV. 4to. Haf- 
niae, 1693. [E. 15. 41.] 

Fabri (Petri) Agonisticon: sive de Re Athletica Ludisque Veterum 
Tractatus. 4to. Geneva, 1592. [G. 6. 10.] 

Mercurialis (Hieronymi) De Arte Gymnastica, Libri Sex. 4 to. Amste- 
lodami, 1672. [F. 14. 25.] 

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692 



HISTORY. 



Molitoris (Ulrici) Tractatus de Laraiis et Pythonicis. 8vo. Parisiis, 
1561. [G. 8. SI.] 

Jackson (Richard) Literatura Grceca: an Epitome of Grecian Geogra- 
phy, History and Antiquities. 12mo. London, 1769. [R. 20. 2.] 

Barthelemy (Abbe) Travels of Anacharsis the younger, in Greece, 
translated from the French. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1796. 

[C. 25. 15-.9.] 

D'Hancarville (P. F. H.) Recherches sur TOrigine, l'Esprit, et le Pro- 
gres des Arts de la Grece, sur leurs Connexions avec les Arts et la 
Religion des plus anciens peuples, et sur les Monumens Antiques de 
Tlnde, de la Perse, du reste de l'Asie, de l'Europe, et de l'Egypte. 
2 tomes, 4to. Londres, 1785. [E. 24. 2,3.] 



iv. Manners and Customs of the Antient Romans, — Civil, 
Religious and Military. 

Grjevii (Joannis) Thesaurus Antiquitatum Romanarum. 12 tomis, folio, 
Traj. Rhen. et Lug. Bat. 1694-1699. [B. 3. 1-12.] 

Sallengre (Alberti Henrici de) Novus Thesaurus Antiquitatum Roma- 
narum. 3 tomis, folio, Hagae Comitum, 1716. [B. 5. 14,15,16.] 

Pitisci (Samuelis) Lexicon Antiquitatum Romanarum. 2 torn, folio, 
Leovardise, 1713. [B. 3. 13,14.] 

Lazii (Wolfgangi) Commentariorum Reipublicaj Romana?, Libri XII. 
folio, Basilea?, 1551. [F. 3. 9.] 

Panvinii (Onunhriij Fastorum Libri V. folio, 1588. [F. 2. 9.] 

Panvinii (Onuphrii) Reipublicae Romanae Commentariorum Libri III. 
8vo. Parisiis, 1588. [D. 14. 51.] 

Dempsteri (Thomae) Antiquitatum Romanarum Corpus absolutissimuni. 
folio, Parisiis, 1613. [C. 4. 9.] 

Dempsteri (Thomas) Antiquitates Romana?. 4to. ColomV, 1(3 20. 

[i. g. r.j 

Boxhornii (Marci) Quacstiones Romana 4 . Quibus Sacri et Profani 
Ritus, eorumque Caussae et Origines, plurima etiam Antiquitatis Monu- 
menta, eruuntur et explicaiuur. Accedunt Plutarchi Quu'stioncs Ro- 
mana*. Gr. L3t. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1637. [F. 19. 8.] 

Godwyn (Thomas) Romanic Historic Anthologiu ; an English Expo- 
sition of Roman Antiquities. 4to. Oxford, 163;J. [I). 19. 11.] 

— Another Copy. 4to. London, 1658. [D. 7. 12.] 

Balzac (M. de) The Conversation of the Romans, and Maecenas. Three 
Discourses translated from the French. ISnio. London, li>52. 

1 [C. 10. 15.] 

Kennet (Basil) Rotnic Antique Nutiiiu; or tin: Ainupiitics of Rome. 

8vo. London, 1696. [B. 6. 17.] 
Nieupoort (G. H.) Rituum, qui olim apud llomanr : (. tii iu runt Siu - 

cincta Explicatio. 8vo. Trajecti Batavorum, 17 Jo. [_R. 07.] 

Mably (B. de) The Manners and Customs of the Romans. 8vo. London, 
1740. [R.12. 25.] 



ROMAN ANTIQUITIES. 



693 



Spknce (Joseph) Polymeria ; or an Enquiry concerning the Agreement 
between the Works of the Roman Poets and the Remains of the An- 
tient Artists, folio, London, 1747. [R. 1. 7.] 

D'Arnat (M.) The Private Life of the Romans. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1 761 . 

[P. 319. (2.)] 

Adam (Alexander) Roman Antiquities, or an Account of the Manners 
and Customs of the Romans. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1797. [li. 4. 23.] 

Leonis Allatii Animadversiones in Antiquitatum Etruscarum Fragmenta, 
ab Inghiramio edita. 4to. Parisiis, 1640. [S. 1. 24.] 

Aringhi (Pauli) Roma Subterranea Novissima. folio, Parisiis, 1569. 

[O. 8. 14.] 

Spon (Jacques) Recherches Curieuses d'Antiquite contenues en plusieurs 
Dissertations sur des Medailles, Bas-Reliefs, Statues, Mosaiques, et 
Inscriptions Antiques. 4to. Lyon, 1683. [K. 6. 32.] 

Spon 1 1 (Jacobi) Miscellanea Eruditae Antiquitatis, in quibus Marmora, 
Statuae, Musiva, Toreumata, Gemmae, Numismata, Grutero, Ursino, 
Boissardo, Reinesio, aliisque antiquorum Monumentorum collectoribus 
ignota, referuntur ac illustrantur. folio, Lugduni, 168*5. [O. 4. 21 a .] 

Mlddleton (Conyers) Germana quaedam Antiquitatis eruditae Monu- 
menta; quibus Romanorum, Graecorum, iEgyptiorum, Ritus varii 
illustrantur. 4to. Inter Operum Tom. IV. [G. 9. 15.] 

Sigonii (Caroli) De Antiquo Jure Civium Romanorum Tractatus. folio, 
Hanoviae, 1609. [F. 2. 8.] 

Middleton (Conyers) A Treatise on the Roman Senate. 8vo. London, 
1747. [Gg. 7. 1.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1747. [R. 18. 31.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Works, Vol. III. [G. 9. 14.] 

Chapman (Thomas) An Essay on the Roman Senate. 8vo. Cambridge, 
• 1750. [R. 18. 31.] 

Hooke (Nathaniel) Observations on the Roman Senate in Answer to UAbbt 
de-Vertot, Dr. Middleton^ and Dr. Chapman. 4to. London, 1758. 

[A. 13. 43.] 

Letters between Lord Hervey and Dr. Middleton concerning the Ro- 
man Senate. Edited by Thomas Knowles, D. D. 4to. London, 1778. 

[A. 13. 37.] 

Pancirolli (Guidonis) Notitia Dignitatum utriusque Imperii, Orientis 
scilicet et Occidentis, ultra Arcadii Honoriique tempora, cum G. Pan- 
cirolli in earn Commentario. Accedit ejusdcm de Magistratibus muni- 
cipalibus, rebusque bellicis, tarn Novae quam Veteris Romae Lib ell us. 
folio, Genevae, 1623. [D. 4. 14.] 

Noris (Henrici, Romanae Ecclesiae Cardinalis) Fasti Consularcs. folio. 
Inter Operum Tom. I. [D. 5. 23.] 

Fenestelue (L.) et Pomponii Laeti de Magistratibus, Sacerdotiisque 
Romanorum Libelli. Accedit Valerii Probi de Litteris Antiquis Opus- 
culum. 12mo. Basilea?, 1538. [H. 8. 13.] 

Bulengeri (Julii Caesaris) De Imperatore et Imperio Romano, folio, 

Lugduni, 1618. [F. 2. 3.] 
Auoustini (Antonii) et Fulvii Ursini, De Romanorum Gentibus et Fa- 

miliis Libri. 4to. Lug. Bat 1692. [E. 15. 36.] 



694 HISTORY. 

Loniceri (Philippi) Icones Livianae, praecipuas Romanorui 
ad vivum repraesentantes, succinctis versibus illustratae. 
cofurti,] 1572. [C. 15. 47.] 

Solerii (Ari8elmi) De Pileo, caeterisque Capitis Tegminibus, 
quam profanis. Liber. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1672. [E. 1 

Balduini (B.) De Calceo Antiquo Liber, et Julii Niguoni de 
terum Librr. 18mo. Amstelodami, 1667. [E. 17. 7.] 

Rubenii (Alberti) De Calceo Senatorio Liber. 18mo. [E. 

Curtii (F. Cornelii) De Clavis Dominicis Liber. 12mo. 

1670. [E. 17. 5.] 
Bartholini (Thorn*) De Armillis Veterum Schedion ; d 

Veterum Syntagma ; de Puerperio Veterum Liber. 12m 

dami, 1676. [E. 17. 6.] 
Tomasini (Jacobi Philippi) De Tesseris Hospitalitatis Liber 

12mo. Amstelodami, 1670. [E. 17. 4.] 
Pignorii (Laurentii) De Servis et eorum apud Vetcres Minis 

mentarius. 12 mo. Amstelodami, 1674. [E. 17. 11.] 

PopMiE (Titi) De Operis Servorum Liber. 12mo. Amsteloda 

Bossu (Hieronymi) De Toga Romana Conimentarius. 12 

lodami, 1671. [E. 17. 12.] 
Bartholini (Thomse) De Cruce Christi Liber. 12mo. Ai 

1670. [E. 17. 5.] 
Nihusii (Bartoldi) De Cruce, Epistola ad Thomam Bartholini 

Amstelodami, 1670. [E. 17. 5.] 
Lipsii (Justi) De Cruce Libri ties. 12mo. Amstelodami, 167 

t 

Blondi (Flavii) De Roma Triumpbante Libri X. — Roma? 

Libri III. ; et Italia Illustrata. folio, Basileoc, 1531. [F. 
Noris (Henri™, Romance Ecclesiac Cardinalis) Dissertatio C 

de Votis decennalibus Imperatorum ac Caessarum. folio, h 

Tom. II. [D. 5. 23.] 

BuDiEi (Gulielmi) Tractatus de Asse et Partibus tins. Sv 
1551. [G. 19. 22.] 



v. Inscriptions, Marbles, Ruins, dans, &; 

Oudendorpii (Francisci) Oratio de Usu Inscriptionum. 4tc 
1745. [P. 10. (9.)] 

Ursati (Ursorii) Explanatio Notarum et Litterarum, qua* li t 

Antiquis Lapidibus, Marmoribus et Auetoribus occui runt, 

risiis, 1723. [R. 20. 55.] 
Gruteri (Jani) Inscriptions Romans, folio, /// r>/l>t>i>j oh 

niano, [Heidelbergae,] 1616. [F. 3. 1.] 
Reinesii (Thomae) Syntagma Inscriptionum Antiquanmi. lol 

1682. [G. 11. 15.] 

Fleetwood (Guil.) Inscriptionum Antiquarum Svllo^e. Sv 
1691. [L. 7.21.] 



INSCRIPTIONS, MARBLES, RUINS, ETC. 695 



Fabrbtti (Raphaelis) Inscriptionuro Antiquarum, quae in aedibus paternis 
asservantur, Explicatio et Additamentum, una cum aliquot Emenda- 
tionibus Gruterianis. folio, Roma;, 1702. [D. 11. 24.J 

•Inscriptiones Graecae Vetustissimae. Collegit, et Observationes turn 
aliorum turn suas adjecit Hugo Jacobus Rose. 8vo. Londini, 1S25. 

Pignorii ( Laurenti i) Vetustissimae Tabulae a?neae, sacris iEgyptiorum 
Simulachris coelatae, accurata Explicatio. 4 to. Venetiis, 16o5. 

[S. 1. 13.] 

Salmasii (Claudii) Explicatio Duarum Inscriptionum. 4to. Parisiis, 
1619. [S. 1. 27.] 

Greaves (John) Pyramidographia : or, a Description of the Pyramids in 
Egypt 12mo. London, 1646. [F. 18. 8.] 

Chishull (E mundi) Antiquitates Asiaticae, Christianam /Erara ante- 
cedentes, ex primariis Monumentis Graecis descriptac, Latine versae 
Notisque et Commentariis illustrate;, folio, Londini, 1728. [C. 2. 1.] 

Swinton (Joannis) Inscriptions Citieae. 4to. Oxonii, 1750. [P. 10. (8.)] 

Chandler (Ricardi) Inscriptions Antiquae, pleraeque nondum editae, in 
Asia Minori et Graecia, praesertim A then is, collects, folio, Oxonii, 
1774. [Q. 1. 4.] 

Seller (Abednego) The Antiquities of Palmyra, containing the History 
of the City and its Emperors, from its foundation to the present time; 
and a Commentary on the Inscriptions lately found there. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1606. [C. 19. 4.] 

Wood (Robert) The Ruins of Palmyra, otherwise Tedmor in the Desart. 
folio, London, 1753. [O. 1. 6.] 

Ruins of Athens, with Remains and other valuable Antiquities in Greece, 
[by M. Lb Roy.] folio, London, 1759. [O. 1. 7.] 

Stuart (James) and Revett (Nicholas) The Antiquities of Athens, mea- 
sured and delineated, folio, Vol. I. London, 1762. [O. 1. 4.] 

•Stuart (James) and Revett (Nicholas) Antiquities of Athens, Vols. II — IV- 

London, 1787-94-1816. 
Ionian Antiquities, by R. Chandler, N. Revett, and W. Pars, folio, 

London, 1769. [0. 1. 5.] 
Clarke (Edward Daniel) The Tomb of Alexander. A Dissertation on 

the Sarcophagus brought from Alexandria. 4to. Cambridge, 1805. 

[Hh. 1. 17.] 

Marmora Arundeliana, sive Saxa Graece incisa. Publicavit et Cora- 
mentariolos adjecit Joannes Seldenus. 4 to. Londini, 1628. [S. 1. 23.] 

Marmora Oxoniensia, ex Arundellianis, Seldenianis aliisque conflata. 

Recensuit et perpetuo Commentario explicavit Humphridus Prideaux. 

folio, Oxonii, 1676. [A. 5. 11.] 
Nixon (John) An Essay on a Sleeping Cupid, being one of the Arundelian 

Marbles, in the Collection of the Earl of Pomfret. 4to. London, 1755. 

[P. 10. (11.)] 

Montague (Wortley) Observations on a supposed Antique Bust at Turin. 
4to. London, 1763. [P. 10. (6.)] 

Testimonies of different Authors respecting the Colossal Statue of Ceres 
in the Public Library, Cambridge. 8 vo. Cambridge, 1803 [Hh. 2.38.] 



696 



HISTORY. 



Bartoli (P. S.) Admiranda Romanarum Antiquitatum ac Veteris Sculp- 
ture Vestigia, folio, Romae, 1693. [A. 2. 19.] 

Bosio (Antonio) Roma Sotterraneo : Opera postuma, accresciuta dal 
Giovanni Severani da S. Severino. folio, Romae, 1632. [A. 2. 17.] 

Hamilton (Sir William) Collection of Etruscan, Greek, and Roman An- 
tiquities, in English and French. 4 vols, folio, Naples, 1766-67. 

[O. 1. 13-16.] 

The Antiquities of Herculaneum. Translated from the Italian, by 
Thomas Martyn and John Lettice. 4to. London, 1773. [A. 12. 3d.] 

Fabretti (Raphaelis) De Colunma Trajani Syntagma. 4to. Romae, 1690. 

[D. 11. 25.] 

Noris (Henrici) Cenotaphia Pisana Caii et Lucii Caesarum Disserta- 

tionibus illustrata. folio, Venetiis, 1681. [H. 13. 24.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio. Inter Operum Tom. III. [D. 5. 24.] 

Julii Vitalis Epitaphium cum notis criticis, explicationeque Hen. Dod- 

uelli, et Commentario Guil. Musgrave, &c. 8vo. Iscae Dunmoniorum, 

1711. [C. 7. 26.] 
Aleandri (Hieronymi) Antiquae Tabulae Marmoreae, Solis Effigie sym- 

bolisque exculptae, accurata Explicatio. 4to. Parisiis, 1617. 

[D. 20. 1(3.] 

Gemmae Selectae Antiquae e Museo Jacobi de Wilde, per possessorem 
Conjecturis Veterumque Poetarum Carminibus illustrataj. 4to. Am- 
stelodami, 1703. [G. 14. 3.] 



2. Numismatics. 

i. Introductions to the Science of Medals, and General 
Treatises thereon. 

Spanhemii (Ezechielis) Dissertationes de Praestantiu ct Usu Numismatum 

Antiquorum. 4to. Amstelodami, 1671. [E. 1. 17.] 
Spanhemii (Ezechielis) Dissertationes dc Praestantia et Usu Numismatum 

Antiquorum. 2 tomis folio, Lond. et Amst. 1706-17. [G. 5. 17,18.1 

Patini (Caroli) Introductio ad Historian! Numismatum. 12mo. Am- 
stelodami, 1683. [G. 27. 3.] 

Evelyn (John) Numismata : a Discourse of Medals, antient and modern. 

folio, London, 1697. [N. 1. 22.] 
Addison (Joseph) Dialogues upon the Usefulness of Ancient Medal?. 

4to. Works, Vol. 1. [Q. 2. 1.] 
Jo u bert (Louis) La Science des Medailles, antiques et modernes. vSvo. 

Amsterdam, 1717. [P. 4. 38.] 

Joubert (Louis) Instructions for those who apply themselves to the Study 
of Medals, translated from the French. 8vo. London, 

[V. 25. 10.] 

*Weston (Stephen) Historic Notices of those Cities in Greece, and in 
other Countries, which have struck Coins. Svo. London, 1826. 



NUMISMATICS. 



697 



. ii. Collections of Medals, and Dissertations on Particular 
Medals, Antient and Modern. 

Le Promptuaire des Medailles des plus renommees personnes, qui ont 
este depuis le commencement du Monde ; avec brieve description de 
leurs vies et faicts. Partie I. 4to. Lyons, 1553. [E. 14. 25.] 

Vaillant (Joannis) Arsacidarum Imperium; sive Regum Parthorum 
Historia, ad fidem Numismata accommodata. 2 tomis, 4 to. Parisiis, 
1725. [A. 1. 23,24.] 

Vaillant (Joannis) Numismata Imperatorum Romanorum Praestantiora, 
a Julio Caesare ad Postumum et Tyrannos. 4to. Parisiis, 1692. 



Oiselii (Jacobi) Thesaurus Selectus Numismatum Antiquorum. 4to. 
Amstelodami, 1677. [C. 10. 13.] 

Banduri (Anselrai) Numismata Imperatorum Romanorum. 2 tomis 
folio, Lutetiae, 1718. [B. 3. 17,18.] 

Pxdrusi (Paolo) I Caesari in oro raccolti nel Farnese Museo, e pub- 
blicati colle loro congrue Interpretazioni. 9 vols, folio, Parma, 1684- 
1724. [H. 13. 11-19.] 

Numismata Antiqua in tres partes divisa. Col legit olim et seri incidi 
curavit Thomas Pembrochije et Montis Gomerici Comes. 4to. Lon- 
dini, 1746. [A. 13. 31.] 

Fabricii (J. S.) Julius Caesar Nomismaticus. Dissertatio Historica, 
Dionis Cassii selectiora commata C. J. Caesaris vitam complexa, No- 
mismatum demonstratione illustrans. 8vo. Londini, 1678. [D. 18. 45.] 



breviter illustrata. folio. Apud Hickes Thesaur. Tom. II. [E. 12. 5.] 

Noris (Henrici, Romanae Ecclesise Cardinal is) Epistola de Nummo He- 
rodis Antipae, et Duplex Dissertatio de duobus Nummis Diocletiani et 
Licinii. folio. Inter Operum Tom. II. [D. 5. 23.] 

Swinton (Joannis) Metilia ; sive de Quinario Gentis Metiliae. 4 to. Ox- 
onii, 1750. [P. 10. (7.)] 

Selecta Numismata Antiqua ex Museo Jacobi De Wilde. 4to. Amste- 
lodami, 1692. [G. 14. 2.] 

Combe (Caroli) Nummorum Veterum Populorum et Urbium, qui in 
Museo Gulielmi Hunter asservantur, Descriptio figuris illustrata. 4to. 
Londini, 1782. [R. 16. 46.] 

Liebe (C. S.) Gotha Numaria ; sistens Thesauri Fridericiani Numismata 
Antiqua. Accedunt ex Andrea? Morellii Specimine Universae Rei Nu- 
mariae Antiquae Excerpta, et Epistolae tres Ezechielis Spanhemii, quibus 
Rariores ejusdera Thesauri Numi illustrantur. folio, Amstelsedami, 
1730. [D. 5. 21.] 

Clarke (Charles) Conjectures upon an ancient Piece of Money. 4to. 
London, 1751. [P. 10. (3.)] 



North (George) Remarks on Mr. Clarke's Conjectures. 4to. London, 
1752. [P. 10.(4.)] 



[C. 10. 12.] 



Fountayne (Andrese) Numismata 




698 



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Kennedy (Dr.) Dissertation on Oriuna, the supposed Wife of Carausius, 
Monarch of Britain. 4to. London, 1751. [P. 10. (5.)] 

Medals, Coins, Great Seals, and other Works of Thomas Simon, en- 
graved and described by George Vertue. 4to. London, 1780. 

[A. 13. 34.] 



Section II. Universal History, Antient 
and Modern. 

Diodori Siculi Bibliotheca Historica, Graece. folio, A pud Hen. Ste- 
phanura, 1559. [Aa. 1. 13.] 

Diodori Siculi Bibliothecae Historica? Libri XV. Graece et Latine, a L. 
Rhodomanno. folio, Hanoviae, 1604. [F. 4. 11.] 

Diodori Siculi Bibliothecae Historica? Libri XX. 8vo. Hanoviae, 1611. 

[R. 14. 63.] 

Justini Historia, ex Trogo Pompeio collecta ; — Lucii* Annsei Flori Epi- 
tome Historia? Romanae; et Sexti Run* Historia Romana. 4to. Pa- 
risiis, 1510. [Bb. 3. 8.] 

Justini Historise ex Trogo Pompeio. Ex recensione ct cum Notis Isaaci 
Vossii. 18mo. Amstelodami, 16-52. [H. 17. 38.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1604. [L. 8. 24.] 

Justini Historise Philippicee. Ex nova recensione et cum castigationibus 
Joannis Georgii Graevii, necnon Notis Variortim. 8\ o. Lug. Bat. 1 701 . 

[Aa. 3. 50.] 

Justinus de Historiis Philippicis et totius mundi originibus. Interpre- 
tatione et Notis illustravit Petrus Josephus Cantcl in Usum Serenissimi 
Delphini. 8vo. Londini, 1721. [li. 5. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, J 774. [Ii. 5. 22.] 

Justini Historiarum ex Trogo Pompeio, Libri XLIIV. [cura Michaelis 

Maittaire.] 12mo. Londini, 1713. [G. 27. 16.] 
Justini Historise, cum Notis Variorum ct Abrahami Gronovii. Svo. Lug. 

Bat. 1719. [P. 5. 17.] 
Chronica Elsebii Pamphili Caesaricnsis, Hieronymo Intcrprcte, Hie- 

ronymi Presbyteri, Prosperi Aquitanici, et aliorum. folio, Basilea\ 

1579. [C. 13. 26.] 

- Exemplar aliud. folio, Basiled, 1529. [C. 13. 27.] 

Dorothei Monembasiae Archiepiscopi B//^ or 'Ian [hkou, sive Historia 
Universae Compendium, Graece. 4to. Yenetiis, 1(>2J). [G. 6. 37. \ 

Pauli Orosii Historiarum Initium, ad Aurelium Augustinum. folio, 

Venetiis, 1500. [I. 13. 21.] 
Pauli Orosii Opus Praeclarissimum. 4to. Parisiis, 1.*>K). [1)1). 3. 8 j 
King Alfred the Great's Anglo-Saxon Version from the History ei 
Orosius, together with an English Translation [by the Hon. Daine* 
Barrington.] 8vo. London, 1773; with a o -prto volume of mamisei ipt 
collections, by the Rev. H. Morris, B. D Yormeriv < <i QiuvnY C ol- 
lege.] [P. 3. 24V24 5 .] 



UNIVERSAL HISTORY. 699 



Histories Miscellae, a Paulo Aquilegiensi Diacono primum collects, post 
etiam a Landulpho Sayace auctse, productaeque ad Imperium Leonis IV. 
A. D. 906. Libri XXIV. Editi ab Henrico Canisio. 8vo. Ingolstadii, 
1603. [F. 18. 16.] 

Liber Chronicarum [per Hartman Schedel]. Nurembergae, apud Anto- 
nium Koberger. fol. max. xa.CHC.y tiiu [O. 2. 32*.] 

Fasciculus Temporum [auctore Wernero Rolewinck]. 4to. Lovanii, 
1546. [F. 1. 26.] 

Martini Poloni, Archiepiscopi Consentini, Chronicon. 8vo. Antwerpiae, 
1574. [G. 18. 7.] 

Constantini (Puuli) Chronicum : Regum Regnorumque omnium Cata- 
logum, et pt rpetuam ab Exordio Mundi Temporum Saeculoi umque 
Seriem, complrctens folio, Basil eae, 1533. [C. 13. 15.]] 

Cappelli (Ludovici) llistoria Sacra et Exotica, ab Adamo usque ad Au- 
gustum. 4to. Sedani, 1613. [S. 1. 16.] 

Naucleri (Johannis) Chronica Succincta, comprehendentia Res Memo- 
rabiles Seculorum Omnium ac Gentium, ab Initio Mundi ad annum 
Christi nati 1500. folio, Coloniae, 1614. [C. 13. 11.] 

Pabsi (Danielis) Universalis Historiae Profanae Medulla. 12mo. Fran- 
cofurti, 1631. [K. 17. 25.] 

Gotofredi (J. Ludovici) Archontologia Cosmica : sive Imperiorum, Reg- 
norum, Principatuum Rerumque publicarum omnium per totum Terra- 
rum Orbem Commentarii. folio, Francofnrti, 1632. [A. 2. 16.] 

Comitis (Natal is) Universes Histories sui Temporis Libri Triginta; ab 
anno salutis nostras 1545 usque ad annum 1581. folio, Venetiis, 1581* 

[G. 3. 18.] 

Lanquettes Chronicle from the Creation to A.D. 1564. 4to. [K. 15.5.] 
Raleigh (Sir Walter) The History of the World, folio, London, 1614. 

[D. 9. 2.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1652. [N. 1. 2.] 

Another Copy, with an Account of his Life and Trial by Mr. 

ddys. Best edition. 2 vols, folio, London, 1736. [A. 12. 9,10.] 

Ross (Alexander) A Continuation of Sir Walter Raleigh's History of the 
World, folio, London, 1652. [D. 13. 24.] 

Labbe (Philippe) Abrege Chronologique de 1'Histoire, Sacree et Pro- 
fane/ 5 tomes, 12mo. Paris, 166-. [C. 16. 19-23.] 

Hoeli (Gulielmi) Elementa Historiae ab Orbe condito usque ad Mo- 
narchiam Constantini Magni. 12mo. Londini, 1671. [K. 19. 34.] 

Howell (William) An Institution of General History: or, the History of 
the World, from the beginning till the fall of Augustulus, the last Ro- 
man Emperor. 3 vols, folio, London, 1680-85. [G. 13. 1-3.] 

Bossuet (Jacques Benigne Evesque de Meaux) Discours sur PHistoire 

Universelle. 12mo. Paris, 1681. [M. 17. 10.] 
Bossuet (J. B.) An Universal History from the beginning of the World 

to the Empire of Charlemagne, translated from the French. 2 vols. 

12mo. Aberdeen, 1755. [ Ff - 8 - 1 16, 11 7.] 
Universal History, from the earliest account of Time to the present, 

compiled from original Authors. [By the Rev. John Swinton, George 

Sale, Shelvocke, George Psalmanazar, John Campbell, LL.D. 



/ 



700 HISTORY. 

Archibald Bower, &c. &c] Antient Part. 7 vols, folio, London, 
1736-1744. [Cc. 1. 13-19.] 

Another Copy. 8 vols, folio, London, 1736-1744. 

[E. 4. 22-30.] 

Another Copy. Second Edition. 21 vols. 8vo. London, 

1747-1754. [R. 6. 13-33.] 

Universal History. — Modern Part. 16 vols, folio, London, 1759-1705. 

[Cc. 1. 20-35.] 

Holberg (Baron) An Introduction to Universal History, translated from 
the Latin by Dr. Gregory Sharp. 8vo. London, 1755. [F. 21. 14.] 

• The Historical Register, from 1716 to 1738. 23 vols. 8vo. 

[R. 9. 4-26.] 

The Annual Register : or, a View of History, Politics, and Literature, 
from 1758 to 1800. 42 vols. 8vo. London, (Dodsley) 1758-1800. 
(Vols. I.— XXXIII. [Vol. XXVI. for 1783, wanting.] 
<< [A. 15. 30-62.] 

{Vo\s. XXXIV.— XLII. [C. 26. 1-9.] 

Annual Register, New Series, Vols. I. — VII. 8vo. London, 1801-1807. 

[Hh. 7. 1-7.] 

•Continuation of Dodsley's Annual Register, 1808-1826. 19 vols. 8vo. 

[Continued.] 

(New Series.) 7 vols. 8vo. London, 1801-1807. [llh. 7. 1-7.] 

Lloyd's Evening Post, and British Chronicle, from 175S ( [R. 15. 9-24. 
to 1775. 18 vols. 4to. London, 1758-75. ( R. 16. 1,2.] 

The London Chronicle, from 1772 to 1775. 4 vols. 4to. London, 
1772-75. [R. 16. 3-6.] 



Section III. Particular History 

Antient. 

1. History of the Origin of Rations. — History of 
several Antient Nations. 

Reineccii (Reineri) Historia Julia, sive Syntagma Ilistoricum, continens 
Historiam Chaldaeorum et Assyriorum, Medorum et Ptrsarum, et 
Regni Macedonia. 3 torn, folio, Ilclniivstadii, 151U — J»7. 

[D. 10. 10-12.1 

Sleidani (Joannis) De Quatuor Summis lmprriis, Libri tics. J i.'mo. 
Wittebergae, 1613. [A. 7. 27.] 

Pezron (Paul) The Antiquities of Nations, more partii ularl y of tlie Cvluv 
or Gauls: Englished by Mr. Jones. 8vo. London, 17U(>. 6. 3.] 

Cumberland (Richard, Bishop of Peterborough) Originrs Gentium Anti- 
quissimae : or Attempts for discovering th«- Timo; of iho i it st Plant- 
ing of Nations. 8vo. London, 1724. [N. 7. 3.] 



HISTORY OF THE JEWS. 



701 



Antient History of the World, from the Creation to the" 
Origin of Civil Government, and the Establishment of 
the first Kingdoms. IrCc 1 1S1 

History of Egypt, of Canaan and the neighbouring f L ' * * 
Kingdoms ft of Antient Syria and the Phoenicians. 

Ant. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. I. 

Bryant (Jacob) Observations and Inquiries relating to various Parts of 
Ancient History. 4to. Cambridge, 1767. [O. 8. 35.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1767. [Dd. 1. 89.] 



2. History of the Jews. 

Flavii Josephi Opera Omnia, Grace et Latine. folio, Geneva?, 1611. 

[K. 1. 22.] 

Flavii Josephi Opera Omnia. Recensuit, novd versione donavit, et notis 
illustravit Joannes Hudson us. 2 torn, folio, Oxonii, 1720. 

[A. 4. 21,22.] 

Exemplar aliud. 2 torn, folio, Oxonii, 1720. [Aa. 1. 10,1 1.} 

Flavii Josephi Opera Omnia, Graece et Latine : cum Notis Variorum et 
suis edidit Sigebertus llavercaropius. 2 torn, folio, Amstelodami, 
1726. [D. 5. 8,9.] 

Flavii Josephi Antiquitatum Judaicarum Libri quatuor priores, cum 
Exemplaribus MSS. collati, et illustrati notis Edwardi Bernardi. 
Item Historiarum de Bello Judaico Liber primus et pars secundi. Gr. 
Lat. folio, Oxonii, 1700. [A. 4. 23.] 

Flavii Josephi Antiquitates Judaicse, et de Bello Judaico, Latine. folio, 
sine anno aut loco. [C. 11. 20.] 

Histoire des Juifs, traduite par R. Arnaud d'ANDiLLY. 5 tomes 12mo. 
Paris, 1676. [C. 19. 12-16.] 

The Works of Flavius Josephus, translated into English, by Sir Roger 
L'Estrange. folio, London, 1702. [E. 13. 1.] 

The Works of Flavius Josephus, translated by William VV his ton. 4 vols. 
8vo. London, 1806. [Ff. 7. 50-52.] 

Daubuz (Caroli) Pro Testimonio Flavii Josephi de Jesu Christo Libri 
duo. 8vo. Londini, 1706. [B. 7. 26.] 

Forster (Nath.) A Dissertation upon the Account supposed to have been 
given of Jesus Christ by Josephus ; or, an Attempt to shew, some slight 
corruptions excepted, that this celebrated Passage may reasonably be 1 
esteemed genuine. 8vo. Oxford, 1749. [P. 185. (4.)] 

Basnage (James) The History of the Jews, from Jesus Christ to the pre- ' 
sent time, being a Continuation of the History of Josephus. Trans- 
lated from the French, by Thomas Taylor, folio, London, 1708. 

[Bb. 1. 39.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1708. [O. 4. 4.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1708. [R. 1. 26.] 

. Jenkin (Robert) Remarks on Basnage s History of the Jews. 8vo. London, ' 
1709. [N. 9. 33.] 



7(H HISiu... 

Basnage (M.) L'Histoire des Juifs, redamee et retablie par son 
Auteur. 12mo. Rotterdam, 1711. [C. 19. 17.] 

Gentii (Georgii) Historia Judaica Judaeorum, ab eversa JfLde H 
mitana ad haec fere tempora usque complcxa, de Hebraeo in 
versa. 4to. Amstelodami, 1651. QI. 14. 23.~] 

The History of the Jews to the Babylonish Captivity. Ant. L 

folio, Vol.1. [Cc. 1. 13.] 
The History of the Jews from the Babylonish Captivity to the 

tion of Jerusalem by Titus Vespasian. Ant. Un. Hist, folio, 1 

LCc 

The History of the Jews from the Destruction of Jerusalem to 
of the 17ih Century. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. V. [Cc. 1. 

Leo [of] Modena's History of the present Jews throughout the 
Translated from the Italian by Simon Ockley. 12mo. Londc 

[A. 

Delany (Patrick) An Historical Account of the Life of David 
Israel. 8vo. Dublin, 1743. [E. 7. 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1759. [Ff. 6. 53 

Chandler (Samuel) A Review of the History of the Man aft* 
own Heart. 8?o. London, 1762. [F. 24. i>0.] 

Chandler (Samuel) A Critical History of the Life of David, in v 
principal Events are ranged in Order of Time ; and the chic 
tions of Mr. Bayle and others are examined and refuted. 2 v 
London, 1766. [F. 24. 6,7.] 

Thorowoood (Thomas) Digitus Dei : New Discoveries, with su? 
menu, to prove that the Jews, a People lost in the World for 
of two hundred years, inhabit now in America. 4to. London 

[E. 



3. History of the Egyptians, Phoenicians, Babi 
Persians, §c. 

Eutychii Patriarchal Annales, Arabice et Latine ab Ed wan 
2 torn. 4to. Oxonias, 1658. [S. 1. 28,29.] 

Turckii (Guil.) Specimen Historia? Sacra; a Mundo conditc 
Israelitarum ; una cum primordiis Gentium A^vrionin 
niorum. 8vo. Halae, 1712. [R. 13. .V.\j 

RolliM (M.) The Antient History of the K-vptians Carthn 
rians, Babylonians, Medes and Persians, Macedonians 

. Translated from the French. 10 vols. 8vo. London, 1 7 5 1 

Antient History of Assyria and Babylonia. Ant. Un. Hit 

Antient History of Media, Persia, the Scythians, Cclte 
Trojans, Lydia and Lycia. Ant. Un. flist. folio, Vol. 

Stengelii (Georgii) Labyrinthi ab -/Egypt iis -tructi I r 
goldstadii, 1630. [G. 19. 8.] 

Caussini (Nicolai) Symbolica iEgyptior vn S.»pientia 
1634. [F. 19. 13.] 



ANTIENT HISTORY OF EGYPTIANS, ETC. 708 



Gssatss (John) Pyratnidographia : or a Description of the Pyramids in 
Egypt. 12mo. London, 1646. [F. 18. 8.] 

For st eel (Nath.) Reflections on the Natural Foundation of the High An- 
tiquity of Government, Arts, and Sciences in Egypt. 8vo. Oxford, 
1743. [I\ 185. (5.)] 

Jablonski (Pauli Ernesti) Pantheon yEgyptiorum, sive de Diis eorum 
Commentarius. 8vo. Francofurti, 1750. [A. 17. 51.] 

Berosi, Sacerdotis Chaldaici, Antiquitatum Libri V. cum Commentariis 
Joannis Annii Viterbensis. 8vo. Wittebergae, 1612. [F. 19. 24.] 

StrozjE (Petri) De Chaldaeorum Dogmatibus Disputatio. 8vo. Coloniae, 
1617. [K. 18. 30.] 

Perizonii (Jacobi) Origines Babylonicae et JEgyptiacse. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 
1711. [D. 15. 36.] 

Sanchoniatho's Phoenician History, translated from the First Book of 
Eusebius de Preeparatione Evangelica ; with a Continuation of Eratos- 
thenes Cyreneeus's Canon. Illustrated with Chronological Remarks 
by R. Cumberland, D. D. Bishop of Peterborough. 8vo. London, 
1720. [N. 7. 2.] 

Gregorie (John) The Assyrian Monarchy ; being a Short Description of 

its Rise and Fall. 4to. Works. [R. 8. 27.] 
Hyde (Thomae) Veterum Persarum et Medorum Religionis, eorumque 

Magorum Historia. 4to. Oxonii, 1700. [E. 15. 11.] 

DiCTTS Cretensis et Dares Phrygius de Bello et Excidio Trojee, in usum 
Delphini, cum notis Annae Daceriae et aliorum, cura Jac. Perizonii. 
4to. Amstelodami, 1702. [F. 14. 16.] 

The History of the Destruction of Troy. 4to. London, 1 708. 

[Hh. 8. 6.] 

Bryant (Jacob) Observations upon a Treatise entitled " A Descriptiqn 
of the Plain of Troy." 4to. Eton, 1?95. [K. 24. 7.] 

Bryant (Jacob) A Dissertation concerning the War of Troy, described by 
Homer ; shewing that no such Expedition was ever undertaken, and 
that no such City of Phrygia existed. 4to. London, 1796. [Dd. 1. 88.] 

Morritt (J.B. S.) A Vindication of Homer and of the Ancient Poets and 
Historians who hare recorded the Siege and Fall of Troy. 4to. York, 
1798. [K. 24. 7.] 

Falconer ( William ) Remarks on some Passages in Mr. Bryant's Publica- 
tions respecting the War of Troy. 8vo. London f 1799. [Gg. 7. 15.] 

Chandler (Richard) The History of Ilium or Troy ; including the adja- 
cent Country, and the opposite Coast of the Chersonesus of Thrace. 
4to. London, 1802. [K. 24. 7.] 

History of Armenia, Pont us, Cappadocia, Pergamus, Thrace, Epirus, 
Bithynia, Colchis, and the neighbouring States. Ant. Un. Hist, folio, 
Vol. III. [Cc. 1.15.] 

History of the Parthians and Persians. Ant. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. IV. 

[Cc. 1. 16.] 

Vaillant (J. F.) Arsacidarum Imperium ; sive Regum Parthorum His- 
toric ad fidem Numismatum accommodata. 4to. Parisiis, 1725. 

[A. 1. *3,24.] 



HISTORY. 

■asias^f — Bftai0 ,,„«« 

vn t Cc - l - 1 ' • r«ul Germany, B r,ta, ^ Cc . !. 

B-STSr^ 0- "- 1 v v.u.. 

' * tom * u-»„ria. Greece * ^Eravit ^ 
.Tbucydidi.Historia.G ^ co c, 

OowbWI*- . pte ssi, Grsece 

1809. L Aa * pt lia une, ad op«« 
doCt0tU J?t indicemquererum ct c 

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^otds, Thucy dides. 
nesian "« D * 



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Dionysii Halrcarnassei de Thucydidis Historia Judicium, Latine. An- 
drea Duditio interprete. 4to. Veneths, 1559. [With As chain's MS. 
Autograph opinion of the translation, dated Londini, 7° Junii, 1568.} 

[C. 9.15.] 

L'Histoire de Thucydide, de la Guerre qui fut entre les Peloponesiens 
et Atheniens: translatce en langue Francoise par Claude de Seyssel, 
Eveque de Marseilles. 18mo. Paris, 1555. [E. 17. 33.] 

tThe History of Thucydides, translated into English by Thomas Hobbes. 
folio, London, 1634. 

*The History of Thucydides ; translated from the Greek, with Prelimi- 
nary Discourses. By William Smith. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. 

Thucydidis, Platonis, et Lysiae Orationes Funebres, Graece et Latine, 
cum notis. 8vo. Oxonii, 1768. [Ii. 6. 17.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Etonae, 1798. [Aa. 3. 14.] 

Funeral Eulogies upon Military Men from Thucydides, Plato, Lysias* 
Xenophon, in Greek ; to which are added, Extracts from Cicero, with 
Observations and Notes in English. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1 768. 

[F. 25. 1,2.] 

XsxorHONTis Histories Greecse Libri Septera. Recensuit, notas Jo. Car. 
Zeunii in Librum Primum, et Indices adjecit J. G. Schneider. 8vo. 
Lipsiae, 1791. [I. 26. 19.] 

*The History of the Affairs of Greece, translated from the Greek of 
Xenophon, by .Wm. Smith. 4 to. London, 1770. 

Xenophontis Cyropaedia, Graece. 12mo. Londini, 1648. [K. 8. 12.] 

Xenophontis Cyropaedia, Graece et Latine. Cum Notis Johannis Leun- 
clavii. 8vo. Londini, 1698. [Ii. 6. 22.] 

Xenophontis De Cyri Institutione, Libri Octo, Graece et Latine. Edidit 
notisque suis illustravit Thomas Hutchinson. 8vo. Londini, 1730. 

[A. 17. 80.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1738. [Aa. 3. 22.] 

Xenophontis Cyropaedia, Graece. Recensuit et interpretatus est, cum 
notis, J. G. Schneider. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1800. [I. 26. 17.] 

Xenophontis De Cyri Expeditione, Graece et Latine, cura Tbomae Hutch- 
inson. 4to. Oxonii, 1735. [R. 3. 29.] 
'■ Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1785. [D. 24. 14.] 

Xenophontis De Cyri Expeditione Commentarii, recensiti et explicati 
a Carolo Zeunio. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1785. [I. 26. 18.] 

•Xenophontis Anabasis, Graece. Recensuit J. G. Schneider. 8vo. 
Oxonii, e Typographeo Clarendoniano, 1820. 

The Historic of Xenophon. Wherein is described the admirable Jour- 
ney of the Ten Thousand Greeks. Translated into English by John 
Bingham, folio, London, 1623. [B. 1. 15.] 

Abjliani Expeditio Alexandri, et Historia Indica, Greece et Latine, opera 
Jacobi Gronovii. folio, Lug. Bat. 1704. [R. 15. 8.] 

Quinti Curth Rufi Historiae Alexandri Magni. 12mo. 1614. [K. 8. 47.] 
Q. Curtii Rufi Libri De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni ; cum Supple- 
ment F rein she mii. Interpretation et notis illustravit Michael Le 
Tellier, in usum serenissimi Delphini. 8vo. Londini, 1705. [Ii. 5. 13.] 

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Q. Curtii Rufi Libri De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni, cum Notis Va- 
riorum et S. Pitisci. 2 torn. 8vo. Hagae Comitum, 1708. [P. 5. 2,3.] 

Q. Curtii Rufi De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Libri, [curd Mich. 
Maittaire.] 12mo. Londini, 1716. [G. 27. 22.] 

Quinti Curtii Rufi De Rebus Gestis Alexandri Magni Libri, cum Supple- 
mentis, Commentariis ac Notis Variorum, curante Henrico Snaken- 
burgio. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1724. [A. 1. 22.] 

The History of Quintus Curtius, translated by John Brende. 12mo. 
London, 1614. [D. 17. 39.] 

Perizonii (Jacobi) Quintus Curtius vindicatus. 8vo. Londini, 1711. 

[A. 19. 85.] 



ii. Modern Writers of Grecian History. 

History of the Ancient Kingdoms of Greece, Sicyon, Argos, Attica, 
Bceotia, Thebes, Arcadia, Thessaly and Phocis, Corinth, Sparta, Elis, 
MtoMsL, Locris, Doris, Achaia, and Athens. Ant. Un. Hist, folio, 
Vol. II. [Cc. 1. 14.] 

History of Sicily, and of the other Greek Islands in the Archipelago, of 
the Macedonians, including the Reigns of Philip and Alexander ; His- 
tory of the Successors of Alexander, in Asia, Syria, and Egypt. Ant. 
Un. Hist, folio, Vol. III. [Cc. 1. 15.] 

Hind (Thomas) The History of Greece. 8vo. London, 1707. [R. 11. G.] 

The History of Ancient Greece, from the earliest times till it became a 
Roman Province. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1768. [A. 19. 117.] 

Mitford (William) The History of Greece, Vols. I. -IV. 4to. London, 
1784-1 808. [C. 2. 3-6.] 

•Mitford (William) The History of Greece, Vol. V. 4to. London, 1S18. 

Leland (Thomas) The History of Philip King of Macedon. 2 vols. 
Svo. London, 1775. [F. 23. 16,17.] 

Athenian Letters: or the Epistolary Correspondence of an Agent of the 
King of Persia residing at Athens during the Peloponnesian War. [By 
Philip, Earl of Hardwicke ; the Right Hon. Charles Yorke (Lord 
Morden); George Henry Rooke, D.D. ; Bishop Green; Daniel Wray; 
Rev. Henry Heaton, M. A. ; William llebenlen, M. D. ; Rev. John 
Lawry, M. A. ; Henry Coventry; Thomas Birch, D.D.; Samuel 
Salter, D.D. ; and Mrs. Catharine Talbot. J 2 vols. 4to. London, 
1798. [L. 26. 11,12.] 

*Gillies (John) The History of Greece, its Colonics and Conquests: 
Part I. To the Division of the Macedonian Empire in the Last; 
Part II. From thence to the Reign of Augustus. 8 vols. Svo. London, 
1820. 

•Clinton (H. F.) Fasti Hellenici: the Civil and Literary Chronology of 
Greece, from the 55th to the 124th Olympiad. 4 to. London, 1824. 



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5. The History of Rome. 
i. Antient Writers of Roman History. 

Dionysii Halicarnassei Originum Romanarum Libri XI. a Lampo Birago 

Latine verai. folio, Basileae, 1532. [F. 1.7.] 
Dionysii Halicarnassensis Opera Omnia, Greece et Latine. Edidit notas- 
' que adjecit Joannes Hudson. 2 tomis, folio, Oxonii, 1704. 

[E. 12. 2,3.] 

*Dionysii Halicarnassensis Romanarum Antiquitatum pars hactenus desi- 
derata ; nunc denique ope Codicum Ambrosianorum ab Angelo Maio 
quantum licuit restituta, nempe Libri postremi novem, qua fieri potuit 
ratione reparati. Grsece, cum Latina Editoris interpretatione et notis, 
et praevia dissertatione, necnon aliquot Appendicibus. 8yo. Francofurti, 
1817. 

Polybii Historiarum Libri quae supersunt, et iEnese vetustissimi Tactici 
De toleranda obsidione Commeotarius. Edidit, Latine vertit, notisque 
. illtutravit Isaacus Casaubonus. folio, Parisiis, 1609. [Aa. 1. 18.] 

Polybii Historiarum Libri, Greece et Latine. folio, Hanoviae, 1609. 

[F. 4. 17.] 

Polybii Historiarum Libri, qui supersunt, Grace et Latine, interprete. 
Is. Casaubono : Jac. Gronovius recensuit, ac Variorum et suas Notas 
adjecit. Accedit JEnem vetustissimi Tactici Commentariolus de toleranda 
Obsidione. 3 tomis, 8vo. Amstelodami, 1670. [P. 5. 11-13.] 

•Polybii Historiarum Libri qui supersunt, Greece et Latine, cum Notis 
Variorum et suis, necnon Indice, et Lexico Polybiano. Edidit Joannes 
Schweighaeuser. 9 tomis, 8vo. Lipsiae, 1789-95. 

•Snpplementura Edition is Polybii Schweighaeuserianae, continens /Eneae 
Tactici Comment. Gra3ce et Latine. Casauboni aliorumque et suis 
adnotationibus illustravit Orellius. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1818. 

Dionis Cassii Historian Romance Libri XLV1. 8vo. Francofurti, 1592. 

[R. 13. 55.] 

Dionis Cassii Historic Romanae Libri XL VI. Edente Joanne Leun- 
. clavio. folio, Hanoviu;, 1606. [F. 4. 6.] 

Dionis Cassii Cocceiani Histories Romanae quae supersunt, Greece et 
Latine. Varias Lectiones, notas Doctorum et suas, cum apparatu et 
indicibus, adjecit Hermannus Samuel Reimarus. 2 tomis, folio, Ham- 
burgi, 1750. [A. 1. 7,8.] 

Appiani Alexandrini Romanarum Historiarum Lib. XII. 24mo. Lug- 

duni, 1588. [B. 8. 32.] 
Appiani Alexandrini de Romanorum Bellis Historia, Greece et Latine. 

folio, Geneva;, 1592. [F. 4. 12.] 

Titi Lrni, Patavini, Historia, folio, Venetiis apud Juntas, 1532. 

[E.' 2. 25.] 

Titi Livii Historia, folio, Basileae, 1534. [R. 3. 5.] 
Titi Livii, Patavini, Histories Romanae Libri XXXV. [Edidit Michael 
Vascosanus.] folio, Lutetian Parisiorura, 1552. [Aa. 1. 15.] 

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Titi Livii, Patavini, Historiarum Libri, qui extant, XXXV., 
Sigonio emendati. Venetiis, apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi 
1555. [Aa. 1. 14.] 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Romance Historic Libri omnes. folio, F 
1578. [F.'4«. «.] 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Romans Historian Libri omnes, editi a 
Modio. folio, Fraheofurti, 1588. [G. 4. 1.] 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Historiarum quod extat, cum perpetuis 
gonii et J. Fr. Gronbvii notis, necnon Jac. Gronovii el 
3 tomis, 8vo. Amstelod. 1679-8. [O. 7. 37-39.] 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Historiarum Libri, qui supersunt XX! 
Supplements Librorum amissorum a Joanne Freinshemio c< 
Recensuit et notis illustravit J. B. L. Crevier. 6 tomis, 4 
1735-1742. [O. 8. 5-10.] 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Libri qui supersunt omnes, cum Notis Vai 
Supplements Librorum deperditorum a Joanne Freinshemio c< 
Curante Arnoldo Drakenborchio, qui et suas adnotation< 
7 tomis, 4to. Amstelodami, 1738-46. [G. 14. 22-28.] 

•Titi Livii, Patavini, Historiarum Libri qui supersunt omnes, e 
torum Fragmenta ex recension e Am. Drakenborchii passim r< 
indiee rerum locupletissimo. — Aceessit, praeter varietatem 
Gronovianae et'Crevierianse, Glossarium Livianum curante A. I 
Editio quarta recognita et in libb. 31-38. atquc 11-45 
Bambergensis et Vindob. fidem emendata a J. T. Kreyssiggio. 
8vo. Lipsiae, 1823. 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Libri Tres, ex editione Drakenborchii 
ejusdem selectis. Accedunt Dissertationes paucula; Creve 
rum, Cum Cbronologia Car. Sigonii. 8vo. Londini, 1787. 

Titi Livii, Patavini, Condones, cum ar^umentis ot ant 
Joachimi Perionii. 8vo. Paris. 1532. QE. 18. 17.] 

The Roman History of Titus Livius, with the Supplemei 
Freinshemius and John Dujatius, faithfully clone into En 
Philemon- Holland.] folio, London, 1G86. [C. 2. o0.) 

•The History of Rome by Titus Livius. Translated from 

with Notes and Illustrations by George Baker. U vols. 

1797. [L. 22. 12-17.] 
fLucii Anneei Flori Epitome Historian Romano? et Lucii J 

Memorialis, cura Claudii Salmasii. 12mo. Lug. Bat. 1' 
Luciir Anneei Flori Rerum a Romanis Gestarum Libri IV., 

Stadii. 24mo. Oxonii, 1650. [B. 8. 8.] 
Lucius A nnaeus Florus. Cui subjungitur Lucii Anipi lii L 

[edente Mich. Maittaire.] 12mo. Londini, 171.1. [G 
Lucii Annsei Flori Epitome l.erum Romanarum. In 

notis illustravit Anna Tanaquilli Fabri (ilia, in usum 

pbini. 4to. Parisiis, 1674. [Aa. 2. 1.] 

Lucii Annaei Flori Epitome Rerum Ronianarwm ; cum 
Freinshemii, Graevii, et selectis aliorum animadvert 
ttuEttgue adnotationes addidit Carolus Andriras l)ul 
Bat. 1722. [Aa. 3. 49.] 
i Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Lug. Bat. i 7 J J. [I 



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The Roman Histories of Lucius Anneeus Florus translated into English. 
12mo. London. [G. 8. 48.] 

Eutropii Breviarium Historic Romance, cum Metaphrasi Graca Paeanii, 
et notis integris Eliae Vineti et aliorum. Accedunt Sexti Rufi Bre- 
viarium notis integris Cbristophori Cellar ii, et Messala Corvinus de 
Progenie Augusti, ut et Anonymi Oratio funebris in Constantinum 
Juniorem. Recensuit Sigebertus Havercampus, qui et suas et 
Christophori Augusti Heumanni notas adjecit. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1729. 

[K. 7. 24.] 

Caii Sallustii Crispi Opera Omnia, cum Petri Ciaconii notis. 8vo. Loa- 
ding 1615. [K. 15. 39.] 

"tC. Sallustii Crispi Opera. 12mo. Lug. Bat. 1634. 

C. Sallustii Opera, cum Notis Variorum. Ex recensione et cum Ani- 
madversionibus J. F. Gronovii. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1690. [P. 5. 9.] 

C. Crispi Sallustii Opera Omnia, interpretatione et notis illustravit Daniel 
Crispinus, in usum Delphini. 8vo. Londini, 1768. [Ii. 5. 39.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1784. [Ii, 5. 40.] 

C. Sallustii Crispi Opera quae supersunt, cura W. Ayerst. 12rao. Ox- 

onii, 1701, [Ff. 8. 2.] 
C. Sallustii Crispi Opera, cum Notis Diversorum. Accedunt Julius Ex-? 
uperantius, Porcius Latro, et Fragments Historicorum Vett. Recensuit 
Josephus Wasse. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1710. [I. 6. 5.] 

C. Sallustii Crispi quae extant, [curd Mich. Maittaire.] 12mo. Londini, 

1713. [G. 27. 14.] 
C. Sallustii Crispi Belli Catilinarii et Jugurthini Historiee. 12mo. Glas- 

guce, 1749. [Ff. 8. 5.] 
Caii Julii Claris Rerum a se Gestarum Commentarii. 12mo. Lugduni, 

1565. [B. 8. 35.] 

Caii Julii Caesaris Commentarii. folio, Francofurti, 1575. [R. 3. 6.] 

Caii Julii Caesaris Commentarii. Operd Jo. Jocundi, et cum scholiis 
Fulvii Ursini. 12mo. Lugduni, 1576. [K. 8. 48.] 

Caii Julii Caesaris Commentarii. 12mo. 1640. [G. 16. 40.] 

Caii Julii Ceesaris Commentarii de Bello Gallico. Interpretatione et 
notis illustravit Joannes Goduinus, in usum Delphini. 4to. Parish's, 
1678. [E. 14. 12.] 

Caii Julii Caesaris quse extant, h Joanne Goduino, in usum Delphini. 
8vo. Londini, 1763. [Aa. 3. 47.] 

Exemplar *liud. 8vo. Londini, 1763. [Ii. 5. 2.] 

■ ■ Exemplar aliud. 8vo. [ii. 5. 1.] 

Caii Julii Caesaris quae extant Omnia, ex recensione et cum animadver- 
sionibus Joannis Davisii, et notis Petri Ciaconii, Fr. Hotomanni et 
aliorum. Accedit Metaphrasis Graeca Librorum VII. dc Bello Gallico. 
4to, Cantabrigiae, 1706. [E. 14. 29.] 

Caii Julii Ceesaris Opera quae extant, accuratissime cum Libris editis et 
MSS. optimis collata, reco grata et correcta. Edidit, cum annotationi- 
bus suis, Samuel Clarke, folio, Londini, 1712. [A. 2. 13.] 

The Dedication of Dr. Clarke's Edition of Caesar's Commentaries to the 
Duke of Marlborough in Latin and English. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[M. 19. 28.] 



710 HISTORY. 

Caii Julii Cosaris quae extant. Ex recensione et cum notis Samuelis 
Clarke. 8vo. Londiui, 1720. [A. 18. 71.] 

The Commentaries of Caius Julius Caesar, made English bv Martin 
Bladen. 8vo. London, 1705. [A. 16. 90.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1705. [B. 6. 39.] 

The Commentaries of Caesar, translated into English. To which is pre- 
fixed, a Discourse concerning the Roman Art of War. By William 
Duncan, folio, London, 1753. [A. 1. 3.] 

Fabricii (J. S.) J ulius Caesar Nomismaticus. Dissertatio Historica, Dionis 
Cassii selectiora commata C. J. Caesaris vitam complexa, nomismatum 
demonstratione illustrans. 8vo. Londini, 1678. [D. 18. 45.] 

C. Velleii Paterculi Historia Romana, cum notis Gerardi Vossii. 
Lug. Bat. 1654. [L. 8. 34.] 

C. Velleii Paterculi Historia Romana. Interpretatione et notis illustravit 
Robertus Riguez in usum Delphini. 4to. Parish's, 1675. [A a. 2. 18.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1730. [li. 4. 5.] 

C. Velleii Paterculi Historiae Romana? quae supersunt, cura Mich. Mat- 

taire. 12mo. Londini, 1713. [Ff. 8. 4.] 
C. Velleii Paterculi quae supersunt, cum Notis Variorum. Curante Petro 

Burmanno. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1744. [P. 5. 5.] 

Caii Cornelii Taciti Historia Augusta, folio, Basileac, 1 31 9. [F. 1. 4.] 

Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera. 24mo. apud Hieronvmum Cotmnelinum, 
1595. [Ff. 8. 6.] 

Caii Cornelii Taciti et Velleii Paterculi qua' extant, cum Notis Variorum. 

folio, Parisiis, 1608. [E. 5. 31.] 
Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera, cum optimis exemplaribus collata. I8mo. 

Amstelodami, 1649. [K. 17. 31.] 
Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera, cura M. Z. Boxhornii. lSmo. Amstclacdami, 

1653. [Ff. 8. 1.] 

Exemplar aliud. l2mo. Amstelodami, 1661. [L. 8. 33.] 

Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera quae extant: item Caius Velleius 1\>!luu;;i> 
Ex recensione et cum notis Justi Lipsii. folio, Antverpuc, 1 G«^. 

[A a. 1. 19.] 

Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera, cum NotL Variorum. Ex recci;s : one et cum 

animadversionibus Jacobi Gronovii. X torn. I to. Trajecti Batavorum, 

1721. [A. 6. 18,19.] 
Caii Cornelii Taciti Opera. Recognovit, einendavii, Suppkmenti* ( xple- 

vit, notis, dissertationibus, et Tabulis Genjjraphicis illustravit, (»• 

Brotier. 4 tomis, 4to. Edinburgi, 1 79u. [1. 1 0- 1 > ] 
Caii Cornelii Taciti Dialogus de Oratorihus, ex e :liti<>ne ft cum Supplc- 

mento Gabrielis Brotier. Accessit Brevis Suir.ma de Arte dieemii a 

Jasone de Nores. 8vo. Londini, 1789. [li. 4. 2 } 
Caii Cornelii Taciti Vita Cn. Julii Agricola* ; with an Cr.crliOi Translation, 

byJohnAikin. 12mo Warrington, 1 7 7 1 . [1. M i. :o.] 
Gmteri (Jani) Varii Discursus ; sive Prolixiores Coinmemarii ad aliquot 

insigniora loca Taciti atque Onosandri. Uo. In Cibliopoho Commrli- 

niano, 1604.' [F. 20. 2.] 



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The Works of Tacitue, Translated by Richard Grenewey and Henry 

Saville. folio, London, 1605-1612. [B. 4. 10.] 
Tacitus made English by several hands, with the Political Reflections 

and Historical Notes of Monsieur Araelot de la Houssaye and Sir H. 

Saville. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1698. [B. 7. 43-45,] 
Caii Suetonii Tranquilli Vitas Caesarum XII. cum Antonii Sabellici 

Commentariis. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1548. [F. 18. 23.] 
Caii Suetonii De XII. Caesaribus Libri VIII. Eiusdem De Illustribus 

Grammaticis et dc Claris Rhetoribus. Isaacus Casaubonus ex fide 

vetustissimorum librorum recensuit. 4to. 1611. [C. 9. 1.] 

C. Suetonii de XII. Caesaribus Libri octo, ab Isaaco Casaubono, iterum 
recensti. 18mo. 1G61. [E. 17. 25.] 

Opera, et in ilia Commentarius Samuelis Pitisci, necnon Notae 

Variorum. Accedunt quamplurimse in ses tabulae eleganter incisae. 
* torn. 8vo. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1690. [Aa. 3. 55,56.] 

Caius Suetonius Tranquillus, cum annotationibus diversorum. 18mo. 
Amsterodarai, 1645. [E. 17. 43.] 

cum commentario Joannes Schildii. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1647. 

[Ii. 4. 1.] 

C. Suetonii Tranquilli Caesarum XII. Libri. Cum commentariis M. An- 
tonii Coccii Sabellici, et annotationibus Jo. Baptistae Egnatii et Desi- 
derii Erasmi, 8vo. Antverpiae, 1648. [M. 16. 35.] 

C. Suetonii Tranquilli Opera, ex recensione et cum animadversionibus 
Jo. Georgii Graevii. 8vo. Amstelaedami, 1697. £A. 19. 60.] 

C. Suetonii Tranquilli Opera omnia. Interpretatione et notis illustravit 
Augustinus Babelonius, ad usum Serenissimi Delphini. 8vo. Londini, 
1717. [Ii. 5. 41.] 

C. Suetonii Tranquilli Opera, cum commentariis S. Pitisci et Notis Vari- 
orum. 2 torn. 4to. Leovardiae, 1714. [P. 3. 5,6.] 

C. Suetonii Tranquilli XII. Caesares. With a Free Translation by John 
Clarke. 8vo. London, 1732. [A. 17. 50.] 

. The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, done into English by seve- 
ral hands. 8vo. London, 1688. [F. 18. 42.] 

Ammiani -Marcellini Rerum Gestarum Libri XVIII. cura F. Linden- 
brogii. 4to. Hambrugi, 1609. [E. 15. 40.] 

Amroiani Marcellini Rerum Gestarum Libri XVIII. cura H. Valesii. 
folio, Parisiis, 1681. [F. 3. 14.] 

Ammiani Marcellini Rerum Gestarum, qui de XXXI. supersunt, Libri 
XVIII. cura notis diversorum. Omnia nunc recognita ab Jacobo Gro- 
novio. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1693. [A. 1. 2.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1693. [Q. 3. 34.] 

Ammiani Marcellini quae supersunt, cum Notis Variorum et Jo. Augus- 

tini Wagner, editionem absolvit C. G. Aug. Erfurt. 3 torn. 8vo. 

Lipsiae, 1808. [Aa. 3. 44-46.] 

Herodiani Historiae Libri Octo, cum Angeli Politiani interpretatione 
Latina. Accedit Zozimi Comitis His tori arum Libri Duo, ab Henrico 
Stephano primum editi. 8vo. Lugduni, 1611. [G. 8. 16.] 

Herodiani Historiae sui Temporis Libri VIII. e Gneco quondam in Lin- 
guam Latinam conversae ab Angelo Politiano. 8vo. Londini, 1639. 

[F. 19. 11.] 



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Herodiani de Imperatorum Romanorum preeclare Gestis Libri VIII. 
Greece et Latine. 8vo. Basileae, 1649. [G. 16. 2.] 

Herodiani Historiae, Greece et Latine. 8vo. Oxoniae, 1678. [Ii. 6. 4-1 
fSexti Aurelii Victoris Historia Romana, cum castigationibus Elite 

Vineti. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1579. 
Sexti Aurelii Victoris Historiae Romanae Breviarium, cum Notis Vario- 
rum. 8vo.Lug. Bat. 1670. [F. 21. 29.] 

Scriptores Historiae Romanae: — Suetonii XII. Caesares, Dionis Cassii 
Nerva, Trajanus, et Adrianus ; Conflagratio Vesuvii, ex Dione ; JEAii 
Spartiani liadrianus, Julianus ; Julii Capitolini Antoninus Pius, et 
Pertinax ; Mlii Lampridii Alexander Severus ; Trebellii Pollionis Va- 
lerianus et triginta Tyranni ; Flavii Vopisci Aurelianus, et Probus; 
Eutropius de Gestis Romanorum ; Paulus Diaconus de Gestis Rouia- 
norum ; Ammiani Marcellini Rerum Gestarum Libri XXVI.; Pom- 
ponii Laeti Romanorum Historia; cum annotationibus Desiderii 
Erasmi in Suetonium, et Joannis Baptistae Ignatii in /Elium Iladria- 
num, et ceteros Auctores. folio, Colonia?, 1527. [R. 2. 15.] 

Romanse Historia? Scriptores Graeci Minores. Opera et studio Friderici 
Sylburgii, Tom. III. Greece et Latine. folio, Francofurti, 1590. 

[F. 4. 7.] 

Syllabus. 

Fasti, Graeci et Latini. Juliani Ciesares. 

Eutropius cum Graeca Paeanii Olympiodori EtcXoycti. 

Metaphrasi. E Suida excerptte Caesar um Vitie. 

Dionis Cassii Epitome, per Jo- Imperatorum Romanorum et 

annem Xipbilinum facta. Constantinopolitanorum Series 

Herodianus. duplex. 
Zosimus. 

Historiae Augustae Scriptores VI. : iElius Spartianus, Vulc. Gallicanus, Ju- 
lius Capitolinus, Trebellius Pollio, jEliusLampridius, Flavius Vopiscus, 
cum Notis Variorum. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1GG1. [A. 17. 6:2.] 

Historiae Augustae Scriptores Latini Minores, cura Jani Gruteri. 2 torn, 
folio, Hanoviae, 1611. [F. 2. 11,12.] 

Theodori Metochitae Historia Romana, et Nicephoii G redone O ratio 
funebris in mortem Theodori Metochitae, Gneee et Latine, a Joanne 
Meursio. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1618. [F. 20. 12.] 

Procopii Csesariensis ANEKAOTA, sive Arcana Historia; Giave ec 
Latine, cum notis, a Nicolao Alemanno. folio, I.ugduni, \o2o. 

[M. P. 7.J 



ii. Modern Writers of Roman Uistori!. 

A Dissertation upon the Uncertainty of the Roman History during the 
first five hundred years. Translated from the French of Loui.s do 
Beaufort. 12mo. London, 1740. [A. VJ. 11). | 

Cuspiniani (Joannis) De Caesaribus atquc Imperio Rom;inis Opus 
insigne, cum Wolfgangi Jungeri Annotationibus. folio, Francofurti, 
1601. [G. 3. 16.] 

SrANHEMii (Ezecbielis) Orbis Romanus ; sen ad Constitiuioncm Amo- 
nini Imperatoris Exercitationes dua?. 4to. Londini, 170J. 



ROMAN HISTORY. ' 



718 



Vsrtot (L, D.) Histoire des Revolutions de la Republique Roraaiiie. 
3 torais, 8vo. a la Haye, 1724. [P. 3. 37-39.] 

Vertot (L. D.) Histoire des Revolutions de la Republique Romaine. 

Tom. III. a la Haye, 1724. [Ff. 8. 119.] 
Montesquieu (Jean de Secondat, Baron de) Considerations sur les 

Causes de la Grandeur des Romains et de leur Decadence. 4to. 

(Euvres, Tom. III. [L. 14. 20.] 

Montesquieu (Baron de) Reflections on the Causes of the Grandeur and 
Declension of the Romans. Translated from the French. 12mo. 
London, 1734. [A. 19. 136.] 

Echard (Laurence) Roman History, from the Building of the City to the 
perfect Settlement of the Empire by Augustus Caasar. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1695. [E. 7. 40.] 

Wotton (William) The History of Rome, from the Death of Antoninus 
Pius to the Death of Severus Alexander. 8vo. London, 1701. 

[D. 7. 14.] 

The History of Rome, and of the Roman Republic and Empire, from 
Romulus to the Taking of Constantinople by the Turks. Ant. Un. 
Hist, folio. Vols. IV.— VI. [Cc. 1. 16-18.] 

fHooKE (Nathaniel) The History of Rome. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1754. 

Bankes (Henry) The Civil and Constitutional History of Rome, from its 
foundation to the age of Augustus. 2 vols, royal 8vo. London, 1818. 

[Gg. 3. 27,28.] 

Middlbton (Conyers) The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 
2 vols. 4to. London, 1741. [G. 9. 10,11.] 

Middleton (Conyers) Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 3 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1767. [Gg. 7. 2-4.] 

Middleton (Conyers) Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. Vols. II. III. 
8vo. London, 1767. [R. 6. 39,40.] 

Mora bin (M.) History of the Banishment of Cicero ; translated from 
the French. 8vo. London, 1725. [R. 12. 43.] 

Cbevieb, (J. B. L.) The History of the Roman Emperors, from Augustus 
to Constantine. Translated from the French by J. Mills. 10 vols. 
8vo. London, 1755. £A. 16. 97-106.] 

Another Copy. 10 vols. 8vo. London, 1814. [Gg. 6. 49-58.] 

Gibbon (Edward) The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman 
Empire. 6 vols. 4to. London, 1776-88. [A. 13. 47-52.] 

• Watson (Richard, Bishop of Llanduff) An Apology for Christianity, in a . 
Series of Letters to Edward Gibbon, Esq. 4to. Cambridge, 1777. 

[F. 22. 12.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1777. [R. 17. 23.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge. [Dd. 3. 69.] 

Disney (William) A Sermon preached before the University of Cambridge 
on Sunday, June 28th, 1789, with some Strictures on the Licentious 
Notions avowed or insinuated in the three last Volumes of Mr. Gibbon's 
Roman History. 4to. Cambridge, 1789. [Hb. 1. 86.] 

Gibbon (Edward) A Vindication of the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Chapters 
of his History of the Roman Empire. 4to. Miscell. Works, Vol. II. 

[Ff ; 2^16.] 



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Johkson (Samuel) Julian the Apostate, being a short Account of his 

Life. ' 8vo. London, 1682. [N. 9. 36.] 
Hickes (George J Jovian; an Answer to Julian the Apostate. 8vo. 

London, 1683. [N. 9. 36.] 
Johnson (Samuel J Julian* s Arts to extirpate Christianity ; with Answers to 

Constant ius the Apostate and Jovian. 8vo. London, 1689. [N. 9. 35.] 

History of the Ostrogoths in Italy, of the Exarchs of Ravenna, and of 
the Lombards in Italy. Ant. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. VII. [Cc. 1.19.] 



6. Byzantine History ; or the History of the Lower 



Byzantinae Historise Scriptores varii, scilicet. 

1. Labbs (Philippi) De Historise Byzantinae Scriptoribus publieandis 

Protrepticon. Accedunt Excerpta de Legationibus ; Theophy- 
lacti Simocattje Historiarum Libri VIII. Jacobo Pontano inter- 
prete ; necnon S. Nicephori Constantinopolitani Breviarium Histo- 
ricum de rebus gestis ab obitu Mauricii ad Constantinum usque 
Copronymum, ex interpretatione et cum notis Dionysii Petavii. 
Gr. Lat. folio, Parisiis, 1648. [A. 3. 1.] 

2. Procopii Csesariensis Opera Historica arl suum tempus pertinentia. 

Gr. Lat. 2 torn, folio, Parisiis, 1662-6 3. [A. 3. 9,10.] 

Procopii Caesariensis Historic Libri VIII. Graece ; accedit Liber 
de jEdificiis Justiniani : cura Davidis Hoeschelii. folio, Aug. Vind. 
1507. [M. 12. 1.] 

3. Chronicon Paschale, a Mundo condito ad Heraclii lmperatoris 

Annum vicesimum. Gr. Lat. cum notis Caroli Du Fresne, Domino 
Du Cange. folio, Parisiis, 1688. [A. 3. 25.] 

. Chronicon Alexandrinum, astronomicum et ecclcsiasticum (vulgo 
Siculum seu Fasti Siculi), Graece et Latine, opera et studio Mat- 
thei Raderi. 4to. Monachii, 1615. [S. 2. 3.] 

4. Georgii Syncelli Chronographia, Gr. Lat. cum notis Jacobi Goar. 

folio, Parisiis, 1652. [A. 3. 18.] 

5. Anastasii Bibliothecarii Historia Ecclcsiastica, sivc Chronolo^ia 

Tripartita, Gr. Lat. cum notis C. A. Fabroti. folio, Parisiis, 
1649. [A. 3. 15.] 

6. Theophanis Chronographia, et Leonis Grammatici Vita? 1 ccr rio- 

rum Imperatorum, Gr. Lat. cum notis Jacobi Goar et Franc 
Combefisii. folio, Parisiis, 1655. [A. 3. 8.] 

7. Historise Byzantinae Scriptores post Tiieoph.\n?-m, Gr. Lat. cura 

F. Combefisii. folio, Parisiis, 1685. [A. 3. 2:2. j 

8. Georgii Cedreni Compendium Historiarum ab Orbe condito ad 

Isaacum Comnenum, et Johannis Scylitz/e, Curopalatae Kpitome 
Historiarum, Gr. Lat. cum notis Jac. Goar ct alionun. 2 tomis 
folio, Parisiis, 1647. [A. 3. 4,5.] 




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715 



9. Joannis Scylitzje de Officialibus Palatii Constantini, et de Officii* 
magnae Ecclesiae Liber, Gr. Lat. 8vo. Lugduni, 1588. 

[K. 19. 2*.] 

10. Constantini Manassis Breviarium Historicum, Gr. Lat. cum notis 

Jo. Leunclavii et aliorum. folio, Parisiis, 1655. QA. 3. 6.] 

Constantini Manassis Annales, Gr. Lat. cura Joannis Meursii. 4to. 
Lug. Bat. 1616. [C. 9. 2.] 

11. Michaelis GlycjE Annales, a Mundi Exordio usque ad obitum Alexii 

Comneni Imperatoris ; cum continuatione Joannis Comneni usque 
ad Imperii Byzantini Eversionem ; Gr. Lat. cum notis Ph. Labbe. 
foho, Parisiis, 1660. [A. 3. 14.] 

12. Joannis Zonaele Annales, Gr. Lat. cum notis C. Du Fresne D. Du 

Cange. 2 tomis, folio, Parisiis, 1686-87. [A. 3. 23,24.] 

Joannis Zonarse Annales, seu Compendium Historiarum, Gr. Lat. 
cum notis Hieronymi Wolfii. folio, Basilese, 1557. [I. 12. 3.] 

13. Nicepiiori Caesaris Bryennii Commentarii de Rebus Byzantinis, 

Gr. Lat. cum notis Petri Possini. folio, Parisiis, 1661. 

[A. 3. 10.] 

14. Annje Com nek j£ Alexias ; sive de Rebus ab Alexio Imperatore, vel 

ejus tempore, gestis Libri XV. Gr. Lat. cum notis Dav. Hoescbe- 
lii. folio, Parisiis, 1651. [A. 3. 11.] 

Annae Comnenae Alexias. [Libros VIII priores] edit! it Graece, cum 
annotationibus suis, Dav. Hoescbelius. 4to. Aug. Vind. 1610. 

[D. 14. 14.] 

15. Joannis Cinnami Historiarum de Rebus gestis Joannis Comneni 

Libri Sex. Accedit Pauli Silentiarii Descriptio Sanctaa Sophia?. 
Gr. Lat. cum notis C. Du Fresne D. Du Cange. folio, Parisiis, 
1670. [A. 3. 12.] 

16. Nicetje Acominati, Choniam, Historia Gr. Lat. cum notis C. An. 

Fabroti. folio, Parisiis, 1647. [A. 3. 17.] 

17. Nicetae Acominati, Choniatae, Historia, curante Simone Goulartio. 

4to. Genevae, 1593. [I. 6. 15.] 

18. Georgii Ac ro polity Historiae et Joelis Chronographia, Gr. Lat. 

cum notis Theod. Douzae. Accedit DuCiE, Michaelis Ducae nepotis, 
Historia Byzantina. folio, Parisiis, 1651-49. [A. 3. 13.]] 

19. Georgii Pachymeri Historia Andronici Palaeologi, Gr. Lat. cum 

notis Petri Possini. 2 tomis folio, Parisiis, 1666-69. 

[A. 3. 20,21.] 

20. Joannis Cantacuzeni, ex-imperatoris, Historiarum Libri IV. Gr. 

Lat. cum notis Jac. Pontani et Jac. Gretseri. 3 tomis in 2 vols, 
fulio, Parisiis, 1645. [A. 3. 2,3.] 

21. Historiae Byzantinae Scriptores tres, Graeco-Latini ; Nicephorus 

Gregoras, Laonicns Chalcocondylas, Goorgius Logo t beta Acropo- 
lita: Gr. Lat Coloniae, 1615. [D. 12. 21.] 

22. S. Nicepiiori Patriarcbae Constantinopolitani Breviarium Historicum, 

Gr. Lat. cura Dionysii Petavii. 8vo. Parisiis, 1616. [L. 19. 31.] 
[Vide etiam, Num. 1. p. 714.] 



$16 HISTORY. 

t&. Laonici Chalcocondtlc Historic Turcorum Libri X. Gr. Lat. 
notis C. Ant. Fabroti. folio, Parish's, 1650. [A. 3. 16.] 

24. Georgii Codini, Curopalatae, de Officiis magna Ecclesiae et A 

Constantinopolitanae, Gr. Lat. edente Jacobo Goar. folio, I 
siis, 1648, [A. 3. 7.] 

25. Theopbylacti, Archiepiscopi Bulgaria?, Institutio Regia ad Pori 

rogennetum Constantinum, Gr. Lat. a Petro Possino. 4to. P 
1651. [F. 14. 15.] 

26. Car. Du Fresns Do Canoe Historia Byzantina. folio, Par 

1680. [G. 13. 11.] 

27. ^Corporis Histories Byzantinae Nova Appendix, opera Georgii Pis 
Theodosii Diaconi, et Corippi Africani, complectens, Graec< 
Latine, ex recensione Petri Francisci Fogginii. Roma>, 1777, f 

28. *Leonis Diaconi Caloensis Historia, Scriptoresque alii ad Res 
zantinas pertinentes, Graece et Latine, e Bibliotheca Regia prin 
in lucem edidit, versione Latina et notis illustravit Carol us B 
dictus Hase. folio, Parisiis, 1819. 

Gesta Dei per Francos, sive Orientalium Expeditionura et Regni F 
coram Hierosolymitani Scriptores varii coaetanei, in unum editi 
Jacobum Bongarsium. folio, 2 tomis in 1 vol. Hanovia 1 , 1611. 

[D. 12. 

Syllabus. 

1. Anonymi Gesta Francorum et aliorum Hicrosolymitanorum. 

2. Roberti Monachi Historia Hierosolymitana. 

3. Baldrici Dolensium Archiepiscopi Historia Hierosolymitana. 

4. Raimondi de Agiles Historia Francorum qui ceperunt Iherusali 

5. Alberti, Aquensis Ecclesiai Canonici, Historia Hierosolymit 

Expeditionis. 

6. Fulcherii Carnotensis Gesta Peregrinantium Francorum 

armis Hierusalem pergentium. 

7. Gauterii Bella Antiochena. 

8. Guiberti Abbatis Historia Hierosolymitana. 

9. Anonymi Scriptoris Gesta Francorum expugnantium Hicru alc 

10. Historic Hierosolymitana? Secunda Pars. 

11. Willermi Tyrensis Archiepiscopi Historia Reruni in part 

transmarinis gestarum h tempore Succtssonan Malm met h, u: 
ad A.D. 1184. 

1/2. Jacobi de Vitriaco Acconensis Episcopi Historia Hierosolymit 

13. Auctoris incerti Historia Hierosolymitana. 

14. EpiSTOLiE'a Regibus, Principibus, et Pnolatis ad lutein Frai 

rum Ludovicum juniorcm. 

15. Oliveri Scholastici Coloniensis Epistola de C aptions Damiata* 

16. Bulla Innocenth Papae. 

17. Ludovici Regis de Captione ct Liberatione sua Epistola. 

18. Regis Francorum Ludovici Canonisatio. 



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19. Marini Sanuti Torselli Liber Secretorum Fidelium Cruris super 
Terra Sanctae Recuperatione et Conscrvatione ; quo et Terra 
Sanctae Historia ab origine, et ejusdem vicinarumque Provincia- 
rum Geographica Descriptio continetur. 

History of the Empires of Nice and Trapezond. Ant. Un.Mist. folio, 
Vol. VII. [Cc. I. 19.] 



Section IV. Particular History. — 
Modern Europe. 

I. General History of Modern Europe, with the 
Particular History of certain Periods. 

Some Enquiries concerning the First Inhabitants of Europe. 4to. Oxford, 
1758. [Q. 3. 35.] 

PuFVBjrDoav (Samuel) An Introduction to the History of the Principal 
Kingdom and States of Europe. 8vo. London, 1723. [F. 22. 3.] 

Russell (William) The History of Modern Europe, from the Fifth to the 
Eighteenth Century. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1782. [D. 24. 1-4.] 

•Miller (George) Lectures on the Philosophy of Modern History. 
6 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1816-20-24. 

Luitprandi Rerum Gestarum ah Europae luiperatoribus et Regibus 
Libri Sex. folio. Inter Opera. [D. 10. 18.] 

Sorii (Laurentii) Commentarius Rerum in orbe gestarum ab anno 1500 
usque ad 1567. 8vo. Colonise, 1567. [F. 18. 20.] 

Thuani (Jacobi August i) Historiarum sui Temporis ab anno Domini 1543 
usque ad annum 1607, Libri CXXXVIU. Accedunt Commentari- 
OTum de Vita sua Libri Sex. ,5 tomis, folio, Genevae, 1620. 

[G. 3. 20-24.] 

Thuani (J. A.) Historia sui Temporis. 7 tomis, folio, Londini, 1733. 

[N. 5. 21-27.] • 

Von Stottkn (Gerardi) Thuanus enucleatus, cum- Thuani Vita, ab anno 
1543 usque ad annum 1607. 4to. Helmstadii, 1673. [G. 7. 7.] 

Les Eloges des Hommes Sea vans, tires de l'Histoire de M. de Thou, 
avec des additions par Antoine Tessier. 3 tomes, 12mo. Amsterdam, 
1696-1704. [M. 17. 27-29.] 

♦Hallam (Henry) View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 1826. 

• Eytziwger (Michaelis) Thesauri Principum hac JState in Europa viven- 
tium Paralipomena : quibus Bavarica, Turcica, Anglica, Belgica, et 
Bohemica, Imperatorum, Regum, Ducum, Marchionum, Comitum, 
aliorumque Europse procerum atque heroum Stemmata continentur. 
12mo. Colonia? Agrippmse, 1692. [F. 17. 26.] 

Temple (Sir William) A Survey of the Constitutions and Interests of the 
Empire, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Holland, France, and Flanders, 
with their relation to England in 1671. 8vo. Miscellanea, Part I. 

[P. 274. (12.)] 



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Domesday : or an Actual Survey of South Britain, by the < 
of William the Conqueror, completed in the year 1086 
with an introduction, notes, and illustrations, by Sami 
M. A. and John Wilkinson, M. D. Vol. I. [comprisin 
of Kent, Sussex, and Surrey ] 4to. London, 1799. [L 

9om« Boc. A Translation of the Record called Domes 
relates to the County of York, Lancashire, Westmorelai 
berland, Derby, Nottingham, Rutland, and Lincoln. \ 
duction, glossary, and indexes. By the Rev. W. Ba 
Doncaster, 1809. [L. 26. 21.] 

*Sorbibre (Monsieur) A Journey to London in the yea 
London, 1668. 

Sprat (Thomai) Observations on 3f. de Sorbitre's Voyage 
8vo. London, 1665. [R. 14. 14.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1668. [M. 18. 22.] 

Misson (T. M.) Observations in his Travels over Engl a 
Account of Scotland and Ireland. Translated from t 
Mr. Ozell. 8vo. London, 1719. [A. 17. 57.] 

Voltaire (M. de) Letters concerning the English Nation, 
don, 1744. [A. 19. 80.] 

A Journal of Eight Days Journey from Portsmouth to K 
Thames, with Miscellaneous Thoughts, Moral and Koltu 
four Letters. To which is added an Essay on Tea. [1] 
WAT.] 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1757. [D. 21. 2:J,24.] 

Four Topographical Letters, written in July 1705, uj 
through Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottingha 
shire, and Warwickshire. 8vo. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

Campbell (Colin) Vitruvius Britannicm ; or the British 
taining Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Buildings, 
Private, in Great Britain. 3 vols, folio, London, 1 7 1 

Britannia lllustrata; or Views of several of the Royal 
etpal Seats of the Nobility and Gentry of Great Br 
don, 1709. [Kk. 9. 1.] 

Pate&son (Daniel) A New and Accurate Descriptor 
and Principal Cross-Roads in England and Wa! 
1789. [Fit 7. 39.] 

Cart (John) A New Itinerary, or accurate Delin« 
Roads (both Direct and Cross), throughout Engl 
some part of Scotland. 12mo. London, 17J)S. [ 

— Another Copy. 12mo. London, 170S. [\\. 1 



Natural History of Eni*U 

Merrett (Christ.) Pinax Rerum Naturaiium B 
Vegetabilia et Animalia in hac Insula repcrta. 

Pehxamt (Thomas) British Zoology. 4 vols. S\ 

Pennant (Thomas) British Zoology. 4 vols. Sv 



ENGLAND— MONASTIC ANTIQUITIES, ETC. 721 



Raii (Joannis) Catalogus Plantarum Anglise et Insularum adjacentium. 
8vo. Londini, 1670. [G. 8. 31.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1670. [H. 8. 3.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1670. [H. 18. 27.] 

Raii (Joannis) Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum. 8vo. Lon- 
dini, 1690. [G. 18. 30.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1724. [Ee. 3. 39.] 

Smith (Jacobi Edwardi) Flora Britannica. 3 tomis, 8ro. Londini, 1800- 
1804. [Ee. 3. 66-68.] 

Exemplar aliud. 3 tomis, 8vo. Londini, 1800-1804. [I. 31. 1-3.] 

•Smith (James Edward) English Flora, Vols. I.— II- 8vo. London, 1824, 

Milne (Colin) and Gordon (Alexander) Indigenous Botany ; or Habi- 
tations of English Plants. 8vo. London, 1793. [L. 27. 9.] 

Lister (Martin.) De Fontibus Medicatis Anglia?. 8vo. Londini, 1684. 

[D. 14. 32.] 



(2.) Monastic and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England. 

Dodsworth (Rogeri) et Dugdale (Gulielmi) Monasticon Anglicanum ; 
sive Pandectse Coenobiorum Benedictinorum, Cluniacensium, Cister- 
ciensium, Carthusianorum, h Primordiis ad eorum Dissolutionem. 
3 tomis, folio, Londini, 1655-61-73. [I. 12. 23-25.] 

Dugdale (Sir William) Monasticon Anglicanum : or the History of the 
Ancient Abbies, Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral^ and Collegiate 
Churches, with their Dependencies in England and Wales. Trans- 
lated into English, with Additions, folio, London, 1718. [N. 1. 6.] 

•Dugdale (Sir William) Monasticon Anglicanum : a New Edition with 
considerable Additions and Improvements by John Caley, Henry Ellis, 
and the Rev. Bulkeley Bandinel, D.D. 6 vols, folio, London, 1817- 
27. 

Tanner (Thomas, Bishop of St. Asaph) Notitia Monastica: or an Ac- 
count of all the Abbies, Priories, and Houses of Friers, in England and 
Wales, folio, London, 1744. [O. 5. 16.] 

Taxatio Ecclesiastica Angliae et Wallia?, auctoritate P. Nicholai IV. 
circa A. D. 1291. folio, Londini, 1802. [Kk. 1. 2.] 

Valor Ecclesiasticus, temp. Regis Hen. VIII. auctoritate regia irtsti- 
tutus. [With Maps of the Dioceses.] 5 vote, folio, Londini, 1810- 
14^17-21-25. [Kk. 1. 3-7.] 

Tabula Anglle (sive Valor Ecclesiasticus). MS. folio, 1627. 

[A. 2. 20.] 

The Clergyman's Intelligencer : or a Compleat Alphabetical List of 
all the Patrons in England and Wales, with the Dignities, Livings and 
Benefices in their gift, and their Valuation annexed. Svo. London, 
1745. [F. 21.5.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1745. [Hh. 9. 51.] 

Ecton (John) Liber Valorum et Decimarum : an Account of such Eccle- 
siastical Benefices in England and Wales, as now stand charged with, 
or lately were discharged from, the Payment of First Fruits and Tenths. 
8vo. London, 1723. [N. 7. 40.] 

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Ecton (John) Thesaurus Re rum Ecclesiasticarum : being an Accoi 
the Valuations of all the Ecclesiastical Benefices in Engl an 
Wales. Revised, corrected, and enlarged by Browne Willis. 
London, 1754. [R. 17. 3.] 

Parker (Matthaei, Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi) De Antiquitate I 
nicae Ecclesiae et Privilegiis Ecclesise Cantuariensis. Recensen 
curanteque Samuele Drake, folio, Londini, 1729. [D. 5. 19.] 

Lb Neve (John) Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae ; or, an Essay towar 
ducing a regular Succession of all the regular Dignitaries ir 
Cathedral, Collegiate Church, or Chapel, in England and Wales, 
year 1715. folio, London, 1716. [E. 10. 15.] 

An Accurate Description and History of the Metropolitan and 
dral Churcbes of Canterbury and York, from their first Founda 
the present year [1755]. Illustrated with 117 Copper-plates. 
London, 1755. [A. 12. 38.] 

Newcourt (Richard) Repertorium Ecclesiasticum Parochiale Luna 
An Ecclesiastical Parochial History of the Diocese of Londor 
taining an Account of the Bishops of that Sea [See], from th 
Foundation ; also of the Deans, Archdeacons, Dignitaries, and P 
daries from the Conquest. And of the several Parish Churcl 
well exempt at not exempt, within the limits of that Diocese, 
their Patrons and Incumbents. And also the Endowments of ; 
Vicarages, and likewise of the several Religious Houses the 
within the same. 2 vols, folio, London, 1708-10. [G. 9. 3,4, 

Thorpe (John) Re gist rum Roffense : or a Collection of Antient J 
Charters, and Instruments of divers kinds necessary for illustn 
Ecclesiastical History and Antiquities of the Diocese and C 
Church of Rochester, folio, London, 1769. [A. 12. 18.] 

Burton (John) Monasticon Eboracense : and the Ecclesiastical I 
Yorkshire, folio, York, 1758. [A. 12. 17.] 

Wiilis (Browne) A Survey of the Cathedrals of York, Durhar 
Chester, Man, Lichfield, Hereford, Worcester, Gloucester r 
Lincoln, Ely, Oxford, and Peterborough ; giving an Accoi 
Foundations, Builders, Bishops, Deans, Sec. 3 vols. 4 
1727-30. [K. 6. 27-29.] 

Thomas (William) A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Wo 
London, 1737. [Q. 1. 31.] 

Wee ver (John) Ancient Fvnerall Monvments within the Yni 
of Great Britdine, Ireland, and the Islands adjacent, witl 
Monasteries therein contained : their Founders, and win 
sons have beene in the same interred, folio, London, 1 

Le Neve (John) Monument a Anglkana : being In<cripti<r 
ments of several eminent Persons, deceased in or sine 
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(3.) Miscellaneous Antiquities. 

Seldeni (Joannis) Analecton Anglo- Britannicon. 4to. Francofurti, 1615. 

[F. 19. 3.] 

Ve est eg aw (Richard) A Restitution of Decayed Intelligence in Antiqui- 
ties, concerning the most noble and renowned English Nation. 4to. 
London, 1628. [G. 7. 23.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1628. [O. 6. 46.] 

fLelandi (Joannis) Cygnea Cantio. 8vo. Londini, 1658. 
Sheringhamu (Roberti) De Anglorum Gentis Origine Disceptatio. 8vo. 
Cantabrigian 1670. [F. 20. 34 ] 

Langhornii (Danielis) Elenchus Antiquitatum Albionensium. 8vo. . 
Londini, 1673. [F. 7. 20.] 

Sammes (Aylett) The Antiquities of Ancient Britain derived from the 
Phoenicians, folio, London, 1676. [B. 2. 7.] 

Baxtebi (Willielmi) Glossarium Antiquitatum Britannicarum, sive Syl- 
labus Etymologicus Antiquitatum Veteris Britannue atque Iberniae, 
temporibus Romanorum. Accedunt Edvardi Luidii de Fluviorum, 
Montium, et Urbiura in Britannia Nominibus, Adversaria Posthuma. 
8vo. Londini, 1733. [A. 17. 55.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1733. [Gg. 7. 30.] 

Baxteri (Willielmi) Opera Posthuma. 8vo. Londini, 1726. [A. 17. 56.] 

Peck (Francis) Desiderata Curiosa : a Collection of divers Curious Pieces 
of English History and Topography. Jt vols, in 1, folio, London, 
1733-35. [O. 5. 1.] 

Archaeologia : or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, published 
by the Society of Antiquaries of London, Vols. I.-VI. 4to. London, 
1770-1782. [L. 14. 23-28.] 

Vol. XIII. Part 1. 4to. London, 1816. [Hh. 1. 8.] 

A Collection of Curious Discourses, written by Eminent Antiquaries, 
upon several Heads in our English Antiquities. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1775. [Q. 4. 18,19.] 

Harrington (Sir John) Nttgce Antique : being a Collection of Papers 
written in the Reigns of Hen. VI II., Queen Mary, &c. 3 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1779. [Q. 6. 46-48.] 

Collectanea Curiosa : or Miscellaneous Tracts relating to the History and 
Antiquities of England and Ireland, collected from the MSS. of Arch- 
bishop Sancroft by the Rev. John Gutch. 2 vols. 8vo. Oxford, 1781. 

£Q. 5. 36,37.] 

Strutt (Joseph) A View of Manners, Customs, Arms, Habits, &C. of 
the Inhabitants of Kngland, till the Reign of Henry VIII., with an 
Account of the Britons during the Government of the Romans. 4 to. 
London, 1775. [Q. 1. 22.] 

Illustrations of the Manners and Expences of 'Antient Times in England, 
in the fifteenth, sixteenth, and seventeenth Centuries ; deduced from 
the Accompts of Churchwardens, and other authentic Documents, col- 
lected from various .parts of the Kingdom. With Explanatory Notes, 
[by the late Rev. Samuel Pegge, LL. D.] 4to. London, 1797. 

[L. 26. 16.] 

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King (Edward) Munimenta Antiqua ; or Observations on A 
including Remarks on the whole Progress of Architect 
tical as well as Military, in Great Britain ; and on the 
Changes in Manners, Laws, and Customs : tending to ilk 
History, and to elucidate many interesting Passages in 1 
Classic Authors. 4 vols, folio, London, 1799-1805. [ 



(4.) Topography of the several Counties in 1 
in Alphabetical Order. 

Bedford. 

•Account of Bedfordshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, V 

Smeaton (John) A Report concerning the Drainage of th 
in the Fens. 4to. 1768. [Ee. 1. 35.] 

Berkshire. 

•Account of Berkshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol 

Buckinghamshire. 
•Account of Buckinghamshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and IV a 



Cambridgeshire. 

L History, Antiquities, Privileges, Discipline 
University of Cambridge. 

i. History, Antiquities, and Privileges of the U 
Caii (Joannis) Historia Cantabrigiensis A cad em ia?. 4 to 

— - Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1574. [Q. 5. 4:2. 

The Foundation of the University of Cambridge, witl' 
the Founders of the Colleges. 4to. London, 1651. 

Loggan (Davidis) Cantabrigia Illustrata : sive Onin 
istius Universitatis, Collegiorum, Aularuni, Bibliot 
Scholarum Publicaruni, necnon totius Oppidi Id 
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Miller (Edmund) An Account of the University of 
the Colleges there. 8vo. London, 1717. [Gg. 8. 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1717. [T. ( .l 

The History and Antiquities of the University of 
parts [Part* I. by Nicholas Cantalui'l : Part II. ) 
8vo. London, 1721. [D. 27. 25.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 11 2 1. G;_' 

Blomefield (Francis) Collectanea Cantabri^iensia : 
ing to Cambridge, University, Town, and Count 
numental Inscriptions in all the Chapels of th 
Parish Churches in the Town ; and in several < 
with a List of the Mayors; the most ancient ' 
and other Historical Memoirs of several l\ 
wicb, 1750. [R. 17. 27.] 



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C ant ab bigia Depicta : A Concise and Accurate Description of the Uni- 
versity and Town of Cambridge and its Environs. 12mo. Cambridge, 
1763. [R. 21.68.] 

# Dyer (George) History of the University and Colleges of Cambridge : 
• including Notices relating to the Founders and Eminent Men. 2 vols. 
8vo. London, 1814. 

Dyer (George) The Privileges of the University of Cambridge: toge- 
ther with Additional Observations on its History, Antiquities, Litera- 
ture, and Biography. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1824. [S. 6. 23,21.] 

The Cambridge University Calendar. 12mo. for the years 1816, 
1818, 1819. [Ff. 7. 78,79,80.] 

Statuta quaedam Academies Cantabrigiensis, Decreta, Juramenta, aliaque 
ad Scholarium Omnium infra Gradum Magistri Officium spectantia. 
l2mo. Cantabrigise, 1714. [P. 352. (5.)] 

Excerpta e Statutis Academiae Cantabrigiensis, Praefectorum Interpreta- 
tionibus, Senatus Decretis, et Literis Regiis, aliaque ad Scholarium 
Officium spectantia. 8vo. Cantabrigia;, 1 732. [P. 89. (9.)] 

Browne (Rev. Dr.) Examination of the Calumnies, assigned as Reasons 
for opposing his Election into the Office of Vice-Chancellor. 8yo. 
Cambridge, 1810. [Gg. 6. 2.] 

Milne r (Isaac) Very Concise Remarks on Dr. Browne's Pamphlet. 8vo. 

£Gg. 6. 2.] 

Marsh (Herbert) The Question examined, whether the Friends of the 
Duke of Gloucester in the present Contest [for the Chancellorship] are 
the Enemies of the Church, &c. 8vo. Cambridge, 1811. [Gg. 6. 2.] 

Remarks submitted to the Consideration of the Readers of Dr. Marsh's 
Pamphlet. 8vo. Cambridge, 1811. [Gg. 6. 2.] 

Letter to the Rev. Dr. Marsh, occasioned by his Address to the Senate of 
the University. 8vo. Cambridge, 1811. [Gg. 6. 2.] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1811. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Beverley (John) The Polls for the Election of Chancellor of the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1811. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

An Address to the Members of the Senate of the University of Cam- 
bridge, on the Attention due to Worth of Character from a Religious 
Society, with a view to the Election of a High Steward. 8vo. Cam- 
bridge, 1764. [P. 301. (4.)] 

Copy of the Poll, at the Election of Members of Parliament for the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. London, 1727. [P. 5. (15.)] 

The Poll for the Election of a Representative in Parliament for the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1784. [Gg. 7. 20.] 

Beverley (John) The Poll for the Election of a Representative in Parlia- 
ment for the University of Cambridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1806. 

[Gg. 7.17.] 

Middleton (Conyers) Bibliothecse Cantabrigiensis ordinandi Njethodus 
quaedam. 4to. Works, Vol. III. [G. 9. 14.] 

Catalogus Librorum Orientalium MSS. Nummorum aliorumque Cime- 
liorum quibus Academiae Cantabrigiensis Bibliothecam locupletavit 
Reverend us Vir Georgius Lewis, Archidiacomis Midensis. 8vo. 
1727. p\234. (5.)] 



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Castelli (Edmundi) Oratio, in Scholia Theologicis habita, cum Pra?lecti- 
ones suas in secundum Canonis Avicennae Librum, auspicaretur ; qui- 
bus Via praestruitur ex Scriptoribus Orientalibus ad clarius ac dilu- 
cidius enarrandam Botanologicam SS. Scriptural Partem. 4to. Lon- 
dini, 1667. [M. 14. 36.] 

Ockleii (Simonis) Oratio Inauguralis habita Cantabrigiae in Scholis Publi- 
cis, Kalend. Februarys, Anno 1711. 4to. Cantabrigian, 1712. 

[M. 14. 16.] 

Middleton (Conyers) Oratio de Novo Physiologiae explicandae Munere 
ex Woodwardi Testamento instituto. 4to. Works, Vol. I. [G. 9. 12.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1 732. [P. 1 6. 9.] 

Mason (Caroli) Oratio Woodwardiana de Physiologiae explicandaa 
Munere. 4to. Cantabrigice, 1734. [P. 16. (10.)] 

The Deed of Foundation of Dr. Thomas Plume for ihe establishing 
his Professorship in Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy. 8vo. 
1818. [Hh. 7.22.] 

Smith (J as. Edward) Considerations respecting Cambridge, more parti- 
cularly relating to its Botanical Professorship. 8vo. London, 1818. 

[Gg. 7.21.] 

Monk {Jos. Henry) A Vindication of the University of Cambridge from 
the Reflections of Sir James Edward Smith. 8vo. London, 1818. 

[Gg. 7. 21.] 

-5 Appendix to the Vindication. 8vo. Cambridge, 1819. [Gg. 7.21.] 

Another Copy of the Appendix. 8vo. Cambridge, 1819. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Account of the Botanic Garden at Cambridge. 4to. [P. 5. (11.)] 
Horti Botanici Cantabrigiensis Catalogus. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1794. 

[Hh. 3. 31.] 

Raii (Joannis) Catalogus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiam nascentium. 8vo. 
Cantabrigiae, 1660. [H. 18. 33.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1660. [K. 14. 72.] 

Echard (John) Speculum Crape-Gownorum, or a Looking-Glass for the 

Young Academicks. 4to. 1682. [P. 35. (15-16.)] 
Concavum Cappo-Cloacorum, or Reflections on Speculum Crupt-Guuiw- 

rumr 4to. 1682. [P. 35. (17.)] 
The Office of a Chaplain enquired into. 4to. Cambridge, 1688. 

[P. 14. (19.)] 

Neophytus, Metropolita Philippolis, ad Academiam Cantabrigiensem. 
4to. Cantabrugia?, 1701. [P. 12. (5.)] 

University Loyalty considered ; in a Letter to a Gentleman at Cam- 
bridge. 8vo. London, 1715. [M. 19. 11.] 

Taylor (John) TheMusick Speech at the Commencement in Cambridge, 
1730, to which is added an Ode on the Opening of the New Regent 
House. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 67. (1.)] 

Testimonies of different Authors respecting the Colossal Statue of Ceres, 
in the Public Library, Cambridge. Svo. Cambr. I?s03. '[lib. 2. 38.] 

Official Correspondence between the Commissary and the Proctors of the 
University of Cambridge, Sept. 17-10-20, KSO;. [F A . i. 25.] 

Christian (Edward) A Vindication of the Kight of the Universities of 
Great Britain to a Copy of every New Publication. Svo. Cambridge, 
1807. [Gg: 7. 17.] 



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Facts and Observations relative to the State of the University Press. 
8vo. Cambridge, 1809. [Gg. 9. 2.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1809. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Farish (Charles) Toleration of Marriage recommended. to the Heads of 
Houses. 8vo. Cambridge. [Hh, 2. 38.} 



ii. On the Discipline and Course of Studies, prosecuted at the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. 

A Projecte conteyninge the State, Order and Manner of Governmente of. 
the University of Cambridge, as now it is to be seene in the three and 
fortieth yeare of the raigne of our most Gracious and Soveraigne 
Lady Queen Elizabeth. 4to. Cambridge, 1769. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament for 
regulating the University of Cambridge. 4to. London, 1645. 

[L. 15. 21.1 

An Occasional Letter to the Rev. Dr. Keene, Master of Peter House and 

Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. [By Chester, 

Fellow of Catharine Hall.] 8vo. London, 1750. [P. 149. (1 1.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1750. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

The Academic: or a Disputation on the State of the University of Cam- 
bridge, and the Propriety of the Regulations made in it, May 11, and 
June 26, 1750. [By Allen.] 8vo. London, 1750. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1750. [P. 149. (I.)] 

Remarks on the Academic. 8vo. London, 1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Stebbino (Henry) A Fragment. 8vo. London, 1750. [P. 149. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1750. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

A Key to the Fragment, with a Preface by Peregrine Smyth, Esq. 
[Amias Smith.] 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 149. (3.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Fragmentum est Pars Hei Fractae. Svo. London, 1751. [P. 149. (4»)3 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Franklyn (Professor) An Authentic Narrative of the late extraordinary 

Proceedings at Cambridge against the W -r Club. 8vo. London, 

1751. [P. 149. (5.)] x 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [ li. 3. 31.] 

Considerations on the Expediency of making and the Manner of conduct- 
ing the late Regulations at Cambridge. [By Professor Green.] 8vo. 
London, 1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 149. (6.)] 

Chapman (Thomas) An Inquiry into the Right of Appeal from the Chan- 
cellor or Vice-Chancellor of the University ol Cambridge in Matters of 
Discipline, <&c. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 149. (7.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [Hh. 8. 16.] 

The Opinion of an eminent Lawyer Concerning the Right of Appeal from the 
Vice-chancellor of Cambridge to the Senate; supported by a Short JEftt- 
torical Account of the Jurisdiction of the University, in Answer to " An 



728 BRITISH HISTORY. 

Inquiry into the Right of Appeal from the Chancellor or Vice-Cham 
Sfc" 8vo. London, 1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 149. (8.)] 

Chapman (Thomas) A Further Inquiry into the Right of Appeal in 
ters of Discipline, in which the Objections of the Author of i 
Pamphlet are fully obviated. 8vo. London, 1752. [P. 119. (9. 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1752. [Hh. 8. 16.] 

- Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1752. Tli. 3. 31.] 

A Letter to the Author of the " Further Inquiry. 19 8vo. Lorn/on, 

[Hh. 8 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1752. [li. 3. 31] 

David's Prophecy relating to Cambridge, with an Account of its A< 
plishment in that University, by Isaac Van Sampson. 8vo. Lo 
1751. [Ii. 3. 31.] 

Jebb (John) An Account of the Theological Lectures reading at 
bridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1772. [Hh. 3. 50.] 

Jebb (John) Remarks upon the Mode of Education in the Univers 
Cambridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1774. [Hh. 3. 50.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1771. [P. 304. (9.)] 

A Proposal for the Establishment of Public Examinations in the 
versity of Cambridge, with occasional Remarks. [By John Jebb.] 
London, 1774. [P. 304. (10.)] 

A Letter to the Author of the " Proposal for the Establishment <f . 
Examinations.'* 8vo. Cambridge, 1774. [P. 304. 11.)] 

An Observation of the Design of establishing Annual Examinations ai 
bridge. 8vo. Cambridge, 1774. [P. 304. (12.)] 

A Letter to the Author of an Observation on the Design of establish* 

nual Examinations at Cambridge, [fiy Aj.vnK/rr.] 8v 

bridge, 1774. [P. 304. (13.)] 

Jebb (John) An Address to the Members of the Senate. Sv< 
bridge, 1775. [P. 304. (14.)] 

Jebb (John) A Short State of the Reasons for a late Resiguati 
Occasional Observations, and a Letter to the Bishop of Norw i 
Cambridge, 1775. [P. 294. (1 1.)] 

Resignation, no Proof ; a Letter to Mr. Jebb : with occasional 
on his Spirit of Protestantism. By a Membe r of the Uni 
Cambridge. [Edward Tew.] Svo. 177(J. [I\ 2<H. (12.)] 

Temple ( ) A Letter to the Rev. John Jebb, occasioned b 

State of the Reasons for a late Resignation. Svo. London, 



iii. University Congratulations on Public Occasions. — 
on the Decease of Royal and other di*ii:i<nils!i>(( /\ 
Prize Orations, fyc. 

Nethersole (Fr.)Henrici Walliae Prirfcipis. Duci* (\,i nubi 

tio Funebris. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1012. [F. 15. ll.j 
— — Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabriguc, KJ12. [P. 



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Epicedium Cantabrigiense in Obitum Henrici Principis Walliee, &c. 4to. 
Cantabrigiae, 1612. [F. 15. 14.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1612. [P. 240. (2.)] 

Jacobii (Henrici) Philologiae AvaKaXvrrrjptov, Oratione celebratum inau- 
gural i. 4to. Oxoniae, 1636. [P. 240. (10.)] 

Voces Votivae ab Academicis Cantabrigiensibus pro novissimo Caroli et 
Mariae Principe Filio cmissae. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1640. [E. 19. 32.] 

Epithalamium Illustrissimorum et Felicissimorum Principum, Regis 
[Caroli 1.] et Mariae Reginae Magnae Britannia?, a Musis Cantabri- 
giensibus decant at urn. 4to. [E. 19. 31.] 

Irenodia Cantabrigiensis ob paciferuni Serenissimi Regis Caroli e Scotia 
reditum, Mense Novembri, 1641. [E. 19. 31.] 

Musarum Cantabrigiensium Luctus et Gratulatio; I lie, in Funere Oliveri 
Angliae Scotia et Hiberniae Protectoris ; Haec de Ricardi Successione 
Felicissima ad eundem. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1658. [E. 19. 52.] 

Academiae Cantabrigiensis 202TPA ; sive ad Carolum II. Reducem 
Gratulatio. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1660. [E. 19. S3.] 

Love (Ricbardi) Oratio habita in Academia Cantabrigiensi, in solenni 
Magnorum Comitiorum die, A. D. 1660, paulum post Regem Caro- 
lum II. foelicissime reducern. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1660. [E. 19. 34.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae. [L. 15. 37.] 

Tbreni Cantabrigienses in Funere duorum Principum, Henrici Gloces- 
trensis et Mariae Arausionensis Regis Caroli II. Fratris et Sororis. 
4to. Cantabrigiae, 1661. [E. 19. (34.)] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1661. [P. 240. (4.)] 

Epithalamia Cantabrigiensia in Nuptias auspicatissimas Serenissimi 1 
Regis Caroli [II.] et Illustrissimae Principis Catharinae Regis Lusita- 
niae Sororis unicse. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1662. [E. 19. 32.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1662. [E. 19. 34.] 

Tbreni Cantabrigienses, in Exequias Serenissimae Reginae, Henriettae 
Mariae, Augustissimi Caroli II. Matris. 4to. Cantabrigiae. [E. 19. 82.] 

Lacrymae Cantabrigienses in Obitum Illustrissimae Principis, Henriettae 
Caroli I ml , Regis et Martyris Filiae, Ducissae Aurelianensis. 4 to. Can- 
tabrigian, 1670. [E. 19. 34.] 

Threnodia in Obitum Georgii Ducis Albemarliae. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 
1670. [P. 240. (5.)] 

Epicedia Cantabrigiensia in Obitum illustrissimae Principis An nee Ducissae 
Eboracensis. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1671. [P. 240. (6.)] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigian, 1671. [E. 19. 32.] 

Epithalamium in desideratissimis Nuptiis Serenissimorum ac Illustrissi- 
morum Principum Guilielmi-Henrici Arausii et Mariae Britanniarum, 
ab Academia Cantabrigiensi decantatum. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1677. 

[E. 19. 33.] 

Hymenaeus Cantabrigiensis [in Illustrissimorum Principum, Georgii, 
Dani, Annaeque Britannicaj Nuptias.] 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1683. 

4 [E. 19. 34.] 

Mcestissimae ac Laetissimse Academiae Cantabrigiensis Affectus, decedente 
Carolo II. succedente Jacobo 11. Regibus augustissimis. 4to. Canta- 
brigiae, 1681. [E. 19. 33.] 



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lHvfetrittimi Principis, Ducis Cornubiae et Comitis Palatini, I 
liacon. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1688. [E. 19. 33.] 

Muss Cantabrigienses, Serenissimis Principibus Wilhelmo 
Aaglise, Franciae, et Hiberniae Regi ac Reginae, Publicae Sj 
bertatis Vindicibus. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1689. [£. 19. 33. 

« Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae/ 1689. [P. 2 

Lacrymae Cantabrigienses in Obitum Mariae Reginae. 4tc 
giae, 1694. [P. 240.(8.)] 

Gratulatio Academies Cantabrigiensis de Reditu Serenissimi E 
mi III. post Pacem et Libertatem Europae feliciter restit 
1697. folio, Cantabrigiae, 1697. [G. 4. 7.] 

Gulielmus Paci6cus : sive Oratio de Pace felicissirais Gulielr 
piciis Regnis Britannicis totique properoodum Europe 
habita coram Academia Cantab rig iensi in Templo Beat a' 
tiva Solennis Gratulationis Feria, iv. Non. Decembris , 
Auctore Gulielmo Atloffe. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1627. [> 

Academiae Cantabrigiensis Carmina ; quibus decedenti August 
Wilhelmo III. parentat; et succedenti optimis auspiciis I 
Reginae Annas gratulatur. folio, Cantabrigiae, 1702. [F. 

Quaestiones, una cum Carminibus, in Magnis Comitiis Cantj 
bratis 1714. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1714. [M. 19. 13.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1714. [R. 10. 
Taylor (Joannis) Oratio habita coram Academia Canta 
Templo Beatae Mariae, Die Solenni Martyrii Caroli primi 7 
1730. 8vo. Loadini, 1730. [Hh. 3. 31.] 

Long (Roarer) The Music Speech, spoken at the Commcnc 
bridge, July 6, 1714. 8vo. London, 1714. [M. 19. 13 

Quaestiones et Determinationes in Magnis Comitiis, Cantab 
Us. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1730. [P. 2. (31.)] 

Matty (Henrici) Oratio habita in Scholis Philosophicis. 

1766. [P. 2. (19.)] 

Raises (Ricardi) Oratio habita in Scholis Philosophicis 

1767. [P. 2. (20.)] 



iv. Greek and Latin Prize-Verses. 

Bourn (Vincentii) Carmina Comitialia Cantabrigicns' 
1721. [R. 10. 48.] 

Musae Cantabrigienses, seu Carmina quaedam Numis' 
brigiae ornata, et Procancellarii perniissu cdita. 8> 

Carmina Varia, Greece et Latine, Numismate Annr 
ria Caotabrigiensi recitata ; viz. 

Tomlinb (Gul. Ed. Pretyman) et B. H. Dituiu 
1804. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Bloknxld (E. V.) 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1810. [ 



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Hall (Tho. Henrici) Theba? ASgyptiacee. 8vo. Cantabrigice, 1819. 

[Gg. 5. 25.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Gg. 7. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Okes (Ricardi) Epigrammata, Greece et Latine. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 
1819. [Gg. 5. 25.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Gg. 7. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Waddington (Horatii) Reginse Epicedium. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. 

[Gg. 5. 25.] 

— — — Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Gg. 7. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

— — Senarii Graeci, praemio Porsoniano dignati. 8vo. Canta- 
brigiae, 1819. [Gg. 5. 25.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Gg. 7. 21.] 

— = Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1819. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Rehyell (Thomae) Oratio habita in Scholis Publicis Cantabrigiae, Jul. 
6 f 1778. 4to. Cantabrigice, 1778. [<jg. 1. 40.] 



v. English Prize Poems. 

(1) Seatonian Prize Poems. 

Smart (Christopher) The Eternity of the Supreme Being. 4to. Cam* 
bridge, 1750. [P. 1. (7.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Immensity of the Supreme Being. 4 to. Cam- 
bridge, 1751. [P. 1. (8.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Omniscience of the Supreme Being. 4to. 
Cambridge, 1752. [P. 1. (9.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Power of the Supreme Being. 4to. Cambridge, 

1754. [P. 1. 10.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Goodness of the Supreme Being. 4to. Cam- 
bridge, 1756. [P. 1. (12.)] 

Bally (George) The Justice of the Supreme Being. 4to. Cambridge* 

1755. [P. 1.(11.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Wisdom of the Supreme Being. 4to. Cam- 
bridge, 1756. [P. 1. (13.)] 

Smart (Christopher) The Providence of the Supreme Being' 4to. Cam- 
bridge, 1758. [P. 1. (15.)] 

Glynn (Robert) The Day of Judgment. 4to. Cambridge, 1757. 

[P. 1. (14.)] 

Porteus (Beilby, afterwards Bishop of London) Death ; a Poetical Essay. 
4to. Cambridge, 1759. [P. 1. (16.)] 

Scott ( ) A Hymn to Repentance. 4to. Cambridge, 1762. 

TP. 1. M7.YI 



786 BRITISH HISTORY. 

Cumberland. 

Hutchinson (William) The History of the County of Curnberh 
2 vols. 4to. Carlisle, 1794. [D. 23. 9,10.] 

•Account of Cumberland. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. III. 

Hetsham (John) An Abridgment of the Observations on the Bill* 
Mortality in Carlisle, from 1779 to 1787 ; and also a Catalogu 
Cumberland Animals. 4to. Carlisle, 1797. [Dd. 3. 69.] 

Derbyshire. 

•Account of Derbyshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. III. 
Ad Nobilissirnum Dominum Gulielmum Comitem Devonian, &c. de M 
bilibus Pecci Carmen Thoraae Hobbes. 4to. [F. 14. 29.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. [M. 14. 6.] 

Devonshire. 

•Account of Devonshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. IV. 
Smeaton (John) A Narrative of the Building, and a Description of 

Construction of the Edystone Light Uouse, with stone, folio, Lon< 

1791. [O. 2. 37.] 

Dorsetshire. 

Hutchins (John) History of the County of Dorset. 2 vols, folio, I 
don, 1774. [Q. 1. 8, 9.] 

♦Account of Dorsetshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. IV. 

Durham. 

•Account of Durham. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. V. 

Cowper (Dr.) Speech at the Installation of Dr. Richard Trevor, Bis 
of Durham. 4to. Durham, 1753. [P. 7. (8.)] 

Regulations and Prayers, Sec. of the Societies for Religious Instruci 
in the Parish of Sedgefield, in the County and Diocese of Durl 
12mo. Darlington, 1800. [Ii. 2. 51.] 

Essex. 

•Account of Essex. 8vo. Btaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. V. 

Taylor (Silas) The History and Antiquities of Harwich and I)» 
Court. With an Appendix, containing the Natural History of thn 
Coast and Country about Harwich. By Samuel Dale. 4to. Loin 
1732. [O. 8. 22.] 

Gloucestershire. 

Atkyns (Sir Robert) The Ancient and Present State ot Gloucestcrsl 
folio, London, 1768. [O. 1. 30.] 

•Account of Gloucestershire. 8vo. Beaut. En». and fl airs, Vol. V. 

Procter (P. M.) A Brief and Authentic Statement of the Origin o 
Established Church and National Day School, in the Porcsst of D 
8vo. London, 1819. [Gg. 6. 30.] 

Hampshire. 

•Account of Hampshire and of the Isle of Wi^ht. 8vo. Btaut. En a. 
Wales, Vol. VI. 

Herefordshire. 
*Account of Herefordshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Walts, Vol. VJ. 



ENGLAND.— COUNT Y HISTORY. 787 



Hertfordshire. 

Chaunct (Sir Henry) Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire. With an 
Extract of Domesday Book, so far as concerns this Shire, and a Trans- 
lation thereof into English, folio, London, 1700. [E. 13. 30.] 

•Account of Hertfordshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. VII. 

Huntingdonshire. 

• Account of Huntingdonshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. VII. 

Gori*am (George Cornelius) The History and Antiquities of Eynesbury 
and St. N cot's in Huntingdonshire, and of St. Neot's in the County of 
Cornwall. With the Supplement. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1820-24. 

[Gg. 5. 41,42*.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1820-24. [S. 6. 13,14.] 

The most strange and admirable Discoverie of the three Witches of 
Warboys, arraigned, convicted, and executed at the Assizes at Hun- 
tington, for the Bewitching of the five Daughters of Robert Throck- 
morton, Esq., and divers other Persons, with sundrie divellish and 
grievous Torments : and also for bewitching to death the Lady Crum- 
well. 4to. London, 1593. [E. 18. 4.] 

Kent. 

Lambard (William) A Perambulation of Kent, containing the Descrip- 
tion, History, and Customes of that Shy re. 4to. London, 1596. 

[Ee. 18. 1.] 

Philipott (Thomas) Villare Cantianum, or Kent surveyed and illustrated, 
folio, London, 1659. [B. 4. 12.] 

Hasted (Edward) History and Topographical Survey of the County of 
Kent, collected from Public Records and other the best Authorities, 
and illustrated with Maps and Views of Antiquities, &c. 4 vols, folio, 
Canterbury, 1778-1799. [I. 10. 1-4.] 

•Account of Kent. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vols. VII. and VIII. 

Packs (Christopher) A Dissertation upon the Surface of the Globe, &c 
delineated in a Specimen of a Chart of Kent. 4to. [P. 16. (22.)] 

Somner (William) The Antiquities of Canterbury ; or a Survey of that 
ancient City, with the Suburbs and Cathedral. 4to. London, 1640. 

[E. 20. 6.] 

Somner (William) The Antiquities of Canterbury. Second Edition, en- 
larged with a second Part, containing Cantuaria Sacra, or the Antiqui- 
ties of the Cathedral Church, &c. by Nicholas Batteley, M. A. folio, 
London, 1703. [E. 10. 10.] 

Dart (John) An Accurate Description and History of the Metropolitan 
and Cathedral Churches of Canterbury and York, folio, London, 1 755. 

[A. 12. 38.] 

Copies of Letters concerning the Dilapidations in the Archiepiscopal See 

of Canterbury. 4to. 1716. [P. 14. (28.)] 
Somner (William) A Treatise of the Roman Ports and Forts in Kent. 

8vo. Oxford, 1693. [A. 19. 26.] 
Thorpe (John) Registrum Roffense : or, a Collection of Antient Records, 

Charters, and Instruments, illustrating the Ecclesiastical History and 

Antiquities of the Diocese and Cathedral Church of Rochester, folio, 

London, 1769. [A. 12. 18.] ' 

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788 BRITISH 

The History and Antiquities of Rochester. 8vo. Rochester, 1772. 

[P. 6. 23 

Rules of a Friendly Society at Maidstone in Kent. 12mo. 1725. 

[P. 352. (9. 

Articles and Rules for the Amicable Society at Sevenokes. 8vo. Loi 
don, 1738. [P. 132. (7.)] 

Lewis (John) The History and Antiquities as well Ecclesiastical « 
Civil of the Isle of Tenet. 4to. London, 1736. [C. 4. 24.] 

Smeaton (John) An Historical Report on Ramsgate Harbour. 8v 
London, 1791. [C. 21. 21.] 

Batteley (Joannis) Antiquitates Rutupinae. 8vo. Oxonii, 1711. 

[P. 164. (1. 

Batteley (Joannis) Antiquitates Rutupinae, et S. Edmundi Burgi. 4t 
Oxonii, 1745. [P. 3. 9.] 

Lancashire. 

Leigh (C.) The Natural History of Lancashire, Cheshire, and the Peai 
in Derbyshire. With an Account of the British, Phoenician, A rim 
nian, Greek, and Roman Antiquities in those parts, folio, Oxfor 
1700. [D. 4. 32.] 

Historical and Geographical Account of Lancashire. 8vo. [P. .328. (1 1. 

•Account of Lancashire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. IX. 

Whitaker (John) The History of Manchester. 2 vols. 4to. Londo 
1771-75. [E: 24. 6,7.] 

Enfield (William) An Essay towards the History of Liverpool, foli 
Warrington, 1773. [Q. 1. 20.] 

Leicestershire. 
Burton (William) History of Leicestershire, folio, London, 1622. 

o v ; 

•Account of Leicestershire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. IX. 

Robinson (Thomas) An Address to the Leicester Volunteer Infant! 
the Presentation of their Colours. 8vo. Leicester, \7 ( Jo. [Hh. 3. 

The Humble Petition of the Poor Spinners of the Town of Leio 
8vo. [Hh. 3.. 32.] 

An Appeal to the Public on the subject of the Frame- work- Kn 
Fund. 8vo. Leicester, 1819. [Hh. 7. 28.] 

Lincoln's n i re. 

• * Account of Lincolnshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and If'aie*, Vol. IX 

Peck (Francis) The Antiquarian Annals of Stanford, folio, I 
1727. [F. IS. 22.] 

Middlesex. 

•Account of Middlesex and London. Svo. lu<u:t. /•'//-•. aw 
Vol. X. in Five Parts. 

Fitz-Stephen's Description of the City of London, newly tian-d 
the Latin original, with a necessary Commiiiury, Xe. By 
quary, [the Rev. Samuel Pegge]. 4to. London, 17 7 J. [Q. 

The Survey of London: contayning the Ori-'inall, Increase, 
Estate and Governement of that City, methodically *ct do 



ENGLAND.— COUNTY HISTORY. 739 

gunne first by the paines and industry of Iohn Stow, in the year 1598 
. . . . and now completely finished by the study and labour of A[n- 
thony] M[onday], H[enry] D[yson], and others, folio, London, 1633. 

[D. 13. 25.] 

I New View of London ; or, an Ample Account of that City. [By 
Edward Hatton.] 2 vols. 8fo. London, 1708. [G. 9. 32,33.] 

Ialph (John) A Review of the Public Buildings in London and West- 
minster. To which is prefixed the Dimensions of St. Peter's at Rome, 
and St. Pauls at London. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 80. (7.)] 

if aitland (William) A History of London, from its Foundation by the 
Romans, folio, London, 1739. [A. 5. 26.] 

The Conflagration of London Poetically delineated, Latin and English. 
4to. London, 1667. [M. 14. 30.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1667. [M. 20. 18.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1667. [P. 240. 9.] 

r haunt (Capt. John) Natural and Political Observations made upon the 
Bills of Mortality, with reference to the Health, Diseases, &c. of Lon- 
don. 12mo. Oxford, 1665. [H. 18. 23.] 

tejoinder of the City of London to Mr. Attorney-Generals Replication 
against their Charter in the Quo Warranto, folio, London, 1 682. 

[C. 5. 16.] 

i Trip through London, containing Observations on Men and Things. 
8vo. London, 1728. [P. 67. (12.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1728. [P. 191. (4.)] 

Ibll upon Earth : or the Town in an Uproar. 8vo. London, 1 729. 

[P. 67. (13.)] 

Ibfort of the Select Committee of the House of Commons upon the 
Improvement of the Port of London, folio, 1801. [Kk. 7. 7.] 

Ln Account of the Improvements of the Port of London, and of the in- 
tended Iron Bridge. 8vo. London, 1801. [Hh. 3. 33.] 

'roposals for forming in the Metropolis of the British Empire a Public 
Institution for diffusing the Knowledge and facilitating the General In- 
troduction of Useful Mechanical Inventions and Improvements. 8vo. 

[Hh. 3. 43.] 

listorical Account of the Curiosities of London and Westminster. 12mo. 

London, 1753. [A. 19. 31.] 
Iampbell (R.) The London Tradesman : being an Account of all the 

Trades and Professions in the Metropolis. 8vo. London, 1757. 

[R. 13. 74.] 

Tbwcourt (Richard) Rcpertorium Ecclesiastic urn Parochialc Londinensc: 
an Ecclesiastical Parochial History of the Diocese of London. 2 vols, 
folio, London, 1708-10. [G. 9. 3,4.] 

>ugdale (Sir William) The History of St. Paul's Cathedral, folio, Lon- 
don, 1658. [H. 2. 23.] 

rands and Abuses at St. Paul's, in a Letter to a Member of Parliament* \ 
[By Dr. Francis Hare.] 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 233. (10.)] 

i Continuation of Frauds and Abuses at St. Paul's ; the Attorney-Gene- 
ral's Report relative to the Prosecution of Mr. Jennings, the Carpenter, 
in Answer to " Fact against Scandal" 8vo. London, 1713. 

[P. 233. (11.)] 

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BRISISH HISTORY. 



A Letter to an Inhabitant of St. Andrew's, Holbourn, about New Cere- 
monies in the Church. 8vo. London, 1717. [N. 9. 27.] 

The Case of the Erectors of a Chapel or Oratory in the Parish of St. 
Andrews, Holbourn, and a Defence of their Proceedings. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1722. [N. 9. 27.] 

The Case of the Patron [the Duke of Montague] and Rector of St. An- 
drew's, Holbourn [Dr. Sacheverel], in Answer to a Pamphlet entituled 
The Case of the Erectors, &c. 8vo. London, 1722. [N. 9. 27.] 

A Letter to the President and Fellows of Sion College. 8vo. London, 
1736. [P. 81.(6.)] 

Statutes and Rules, relating to the Inspection and Use of the British 
Museum. 8vo. London, 1750. [P. 220. (5.)] 

General Contents of the British Museum, with Remarks. 8vo. London, 
1761. [P. 220. (6.)] 

Herne (Samuel) Domus Carthusiana, or an Account of the Charter- 
House. 8vo. London, 1677. [D. 14. 26.] 

Woodward (Josiah) An Account of the Rise and Progress of the Reli- 
gious Societies in the City of London, &c. 12mo. York, 1800. 

[Hh. 4. 23.] 

The Generous Projector, or a Proposal to prevent Murder and other 
Abuses, by erecting an Hospital for Foundlings. 8vo. London, 1731. 

[P. 71. (10.)] 

A Scheme for making an Hospital for Incurables. 8vo. London, 1733. 

[P. 71. (5.)] 

Lardner (Nath.) A Letter to Jonas Hanway ; or Reasons why Houses 
for the Reception of Penitent Women, who have been disorderly, 
should not be called Magdalen Houses. 8vo. London, 1758. 

• [P. 253. (7.)] 

A Short Account of the Proceedings of the College of Physicians, Lon- 
don, in relation to the Sick Poor of the said City and Suburbs thereof. 
With the Reasons which have induced the College to make Medicines 
for them at the Intrinsic Value. 4to. London, 1697. [M. 15. 10.] 

Some Remarks on the Charter of the College of Physicians in London, 
and the Act of Parliament which confirms it. Wherein the Case is 
truly stated betwixt the Universities and the College. Svo. London, 
1714. [M. 19. 29.] 

A List of the Society instituted in London for the Encouragement of 
Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce; together with its Rules and 
Orders, and the Premiums offered bv the said Society. Svo. Loudon, 
1760. [P. 233. (11-13.)] 

A Letter to the Lord Mayor concerning the Playhouse in Goodman's 

Fields. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 71. (J 1 .;] 
Public Nuisances considered under the several Heads of IkuI Pavements 

Butchers infesting the Streets, Insolence ot Household Servants, &c. 

8vo. [P. 180. (9.)] 

Fifth Report of the Committee of the London Female Penitentiary. 8vo. 
London, 1812. [Ff. 7. 47.] 

MONMOUTHSlllUb,. 

•Account of Monmouthshire. Svo. Beaut. En?, an J Wales, Vol. XI. 



ENGLAND.— COUNTY HISTORY. 741 



Norfolk. 

•Account of Norfolk. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Walts, Vol. XI. 

The Norfolk Tour, or Traveller's Pocket Companion. 12mo. Nor- 
wich, 1773. [Ii. 2. 40.] 

Badeslade (Thomas) The History of the Ancient and Present State of 
the Navigation of the Port of King's Lynn and of Cambridge, and the 
rest of the Trading Towns in those parts, and of the Navigable Rivers 
that have their course through the Great Level of the Fens, called 
Bedford Level, folio, London, 1725. [IX 4. 31.] 

Mackerell (B.) The History of King's Lynn. 8vo. London, 1737. 

[F. 25. 15.] 

Martin (Thomas) The History of Thetford. 4to. London, 1779. 

[Q. 2. 34.] 

Swinden (Henry) The History and Antiquities of Great Yarmouth, Nor- 
folk. 4to. Norwich, 1772. [A. 13. 44.] 

JEAes Walpolianae ; or a Description of the Collection of Pictures at 
Houghton Hall, the Seat of Sir R. Walpole, Earl of Orford. [By 
Horace Walpole.] 4to. London, 1767. [A. 13. 36.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Works, Vol. II. [I. 24. 2.] 

Northamptonshire. 

Norden (John) Speculi Britannut Pars Altera; or a Delineation of North- 
amptonshire, being a Brief Historical and Chorographical Description 
of that County. 8vo. London, 1720. [P. 243. (4.)] 

Morton (John) The Natural History of Northamptonshire, with some 
Account of the Antiquities. To which is annexed a Transcript of 
Doomsday- Book, so far as it relates to that County, folio, London, 
1712. [E..12. 10.] 

•Account of Northamptonshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XI. 

A Copy of the Poll for the County of Northampton, in June 1730. 

[P. 53. (10.)] 

An Act of Parliament for repairing the Road from Market-Harborough. 

[P. 53. (9.)] 

Nixon (J.) Marmor Estonianum : seu Dissertatio de Sella Mai morea Vo- 
tiva, Estonia? in Agro Northamptoniensi conservatd. 4to. Londini, 
1744. [P. 10. (10.)] 

Northumberland. 

•Account of Northumberland. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XII. 
Part I. 

Clark (John) A Collection of Papers, intended to promote an Institution 
for the Cure and Prevention of Infectious Fevers in Newcastle and 
other populous Towns. 2 vols. 12mo. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1802. 

[Ee. 4. 79,80.] 

The Report of the Newcastle Religious Tract Society for the year 1817. 
8vo. Newcastle. [Hh. 7. 24.] 

The First Report of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Sunday-School Union. 
12mo. Newcastle, 1817. [Hh. 7. 37.] 

Nottinghamshire. 

Tiioroton (Robert) The Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, extracted out 
of Records, Original Evidences, and other Manuscripts and Autho- 
rities, folio, London, 1677. [B. 2. 10.] 



742 BRITISH HISTORY. 

•Account of Nottinghamshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XII. 
Part I. 

Dickenson (R. W.) The History of the Antiquities of the Town and 
Church of Southwell. 4to. London, 1787. [E. 24. 1.] 



Oxfordshire. 

♦Account of Oxfordshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XII. Part II. 

University of Oxford. 

1. History and Privileges of the University. 

Assertio Antiquitatis Oxoniensis Acadcmiaa, incerto Authorc eiusdem 
Gymnasij. 4to. Londini, 1574. [Q. 5. 42.] 

Twyni (Briani) Antiquitatis Academiae Oxoniensis Apologia. 4to. Ox- 
oniae, 1608. [Q. 5. 43.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Oxonioc, 1608. [G. 8. 53.] 

The Foundation of the University of Oxford, with a Catalogue of the 
Founders of the Colledges. [By Gerard Langbaine.] 4to. London, 
1651. [P. 53. (4.)] 

Academic Oxoniensis Notitia. [Auctore Gul. Fulman.] 4to. Oxonii, 
1665. [P. 53. (6.)] 

Oxonium, Poema. 4to. Oxonii, 1667. [P. 13. (14.)] 

Historia et Antiquitates Universitatis Oxoniensis. [Auctore Ant. a 
Wood.] folio, Oxonii, 1674. [E. 3. 14.] 

Wood (Anthony) Athena Oxonienscs : an Exact History of all the Writers 
and Bishops who have had their education in the most antient and fa- 
mous University of Oxford, from A. D. 1500 to Nov. 1695. 2 vols, 
folio, London, 1721. [H. 13. i>0,21.] 

Loggan (Davidis) Oxonia Illustrata : sive omnium Celeberriina? istius 
Universitatis Collegiorum, A alarum, Bibliothecne Bodleiancc, Scho- 
larum Publicarum, Theatri Sheldoniani, necnon Urbis totius, Sccnu- 
graphia. folio, Oxoniae, 1G75. [C. 11. 15.] 

•Chalmers (Alexander) A History of the Colleges. &c. attached to the 
University of Oxford ; including the Lives of the Founders. 2 \oh. 
8vo. Oxford, 1810. 

Several Tracts relating to the University. 8vo. O' ///</// \ Collectanea Cu- 
riosa, Vols. I. and II. [Q. 5. 36, .J 7.] 

Ayliffe (John) The Ancient and present State of the University of Ox- 
ford. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1714. [F. (5. 21,2-i. "j 

The Case of Dr. Ayliffe at Oxford, who \va3 compelled to quit his Col- 
lege, and was expelled from the University lor publishing ' 1 he Ancient 
and present State of the University of Oxford.' Svo. London, 171t>. 

i r M. ~0. -Jo'.] 

A Pocket Companion for Oxford, containing an Accurate Description of 
the Public Edifices, Colleges, &c. 12mo. Oxford, 1 7.50". :M. 

A Catalogue of all the Graduates of Oxford from lb/i!) to 1 7-(j. 8vo. 
Oxford, 1727. [R. 13. 1.] 



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Reasons of the present judgement of the Vniversity of Oxford concerning 
the Solemne League and Covenant, the Negative Oath, the Ordinances 
concerning Discipline and Worship. Approved by generall Consent in 
a full Convocation, 1 Jun. 1647, and presented to Consideration. 4to. 
1647. [M. 20. 36.] 

Judicium Universitatis Oxoniensis de 1. Solenni Liga et Foedere. 2. Ju- 
ramento Negativo. 3. Ordinationibus Parliament! circa Disciplinam 
et Cultum, in plena Convocatione 1 Junii, 1647, comraunibus suffragiis 
promulgatum. (a Roberto Sandersono, postea Episcopo Lincoiniensi.) 
12mo. Londini, 1689. [M. 18. 17.] 

A Defence of the Rights and Privileges of the University of Oxford ; 
containing 1. An Answer to the Petition of the City of Oxford, 1649; 
and 2. The Case of the University of Oxford, presented to the Ho- 
nourable House of Commons, Jan. 24, 16& 4to. Oxford, at the 
Theater, 1690. [M. 15. 33.] 

The Jacobite Memorial : being a true Copy of the Letter sent to Mr. 
Broadwater, Mayor of Oxford, with the Proceedings of that Loyal 
University and City relating thereto. 8vo. London, 1714. [L. 1 5. 1 5.] 

The Speech of a Member of the Constitution-Club at Oxford, Feb. 9, 
17|2, being his Defence against certain Articles exhibited against him 
and several other Gentlemen in the Chancellor's Court there. 8vo. 
London, 1716. [M. 20. 26.] 

A Copy of the Poll at the Election of a Member of Parliament for the 
University of Oxford. London, 1751. [P. 5. ( 1 4.)] 

James (Thomae) Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis : sive Catalogus Libro- 
rurn Manuscriptorum in illustrissimis Bibliothecis Academiarum, Ox- 
oniae et Cantabrigian. 4to. Londini, 1600. [S. 2. 7.] 

Catalogus Universalis Librorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana. 4to. 

Oxonia, 1620. [S. 2. 5.] 

Blackstone (Sir William) Observations on the Oxford Press. 4to. In 
his Law Tracts^ [O. 5. 38.] 

Gibbs (James) Bibliotheca Radcliviana : or a Short Description of the 
Radcliffe Library at Oxford, folio, London, 1747. [R. 15. 2.] 



2. On the Discipline and Course of Studies prosecuted at the 
University of Oxford. 

Statuta Selecta e Corpore Statutorum Universitatis Oxoniensis. 1 2mo. 

Oxonii, 1638. [A. 7. 6.] 

— Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Oxonii, 1638. [E. 8. 15.] 

Jay (Sir James) A Letter to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. 

8vo. London, 1774. [P. 307. (7.)] 
Bbntham (Edward) Reflections upon the Nature and Usefulness of 

Logic, as it hath been commonly taught in the Schools. Oxford, 

1740. [P. 166. (2.)] 
Bentham (Edward) A Letter to a Young Gentleman of Oxford. 8vo. 

Oxford, 1748. [P. 129.(1.)] 



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>entham (Edward) A Letter to a Fellow of a College, being the Sequel 
of a Letter to a Young Gentleman of Oxford. 8vo. Oxford, 1 749. 

[P. 129. 2.] 

Burton (Jobamris) Epistola ad Edwardum Bentham. 8vo. Londini, 
1748. [P. 129. 3.] 

Burton (Johannis) Ad Juventutem Academicam, Literarum Graecarum 
studiosam, Epistola. 8vo. [P. 129. (4.)] 

A Case of Conscience humbly put to the Worshipful and Reverend Vice- 
Chancellor, Heads of Houses, Fellows, &c. of the University of Ox- 
ford. 8vo. London, 1749. [P. 129. (6.)] 

Pietas Oxoniensis : or a full and impartial Account of the Expulsion of 
Six StudenU from St. Edmund's Hall. 8vo. Oxford, 1768. 

[P. 242. (1).] 

Nowell (Thomas) Answer to Pietas Oxoniensis, in a Letter to (he Author. 

8?o. Oxford, 1768. [P. 242. (2.)] 
Whitfield (George) A Letter to the Rev. Dr. Diuell, Vice Chancellor 

of the University of Oxford, occasioned by the late Expulsion of Six 

Students, &c. London, 1768. [P. 242. (3.)] 
Tatham (Edward) An Address to the Members of Convocation on the 

proposed new Statute respecting Public Examination in the University 

of Oxford. 4to. Oxford, 1807. [Gg. 1. 14.] 
Tatham (Edward) A Second Address on the same subject. 4to. Oxford, 

1807. [Gg. 1. 14.] 
Tatham (Edward) A Letter to the Rev. the Dean of Christ Church ; and 

a Third Address on the same subject. 4to. Oxford, 1807. 

[Gg. 1. 14. 

Tatham (Edward) Fourth Address on the same subject. 4to. Oxfor/ 

1807. [Gg. 1. 14.] 
Tatham (Edward) A New Address to the Free and Independent Membf 

of Convocation. 4to. Oxford, 1810. [Gg. 1. 14.] 



3. Publications relating to particular Colleges. 

Exeter College. 

An Account of the Proceedings of the Rt. Rev. Father in God, Jo? 
[Trelawney] Lord Bishop of Exeter, in his late Visitation of 
College, in Oxford. 4to. Oxford, printed at the Theater, 10D0. 

[M. 1 

The Account examined: or a Vindication of Dr. Arthur Huru, R 
Exeter College, from the Calumnies of a Lawj'hUt , intituled 4 
count of the Proceedings of the Rt. Rn. Jonathan L< rd liishojf 
in his late Visitation of' Exeter College y O.ro//.'' 4to. London. 1 

[M. 

Trinity College. 

Warton (Thomas) The Life of Sir Thomas Pone, the Founder 
College. 8vo. London, 1772. " [Q. 4. ?.] 



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Hertford College. 

Rales and Statutes for governing Hertford College. By Richard New- 
. ton, D.D. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 180. (1.)] 

Conybeare (John) Calumny refuted; An Answer to the Personal 
Slanders published by Dr. Richard Newton in his Letter to Dr. Holmes, 
Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford. 8vo. London, 1735. 

[P. 233. (1.)] 

Magdalen College. 

An Impartial Relation of the whole Proceedings against St. Mary 
Magdalen Colledge in Oxon, in the Year of our Lord 1687 ; contain- 
ing only Matters of Fact as they occurred. 4to. 1688. [M. 14. 32.] 

Johnston (Nathaniel) The King's Visitatorial Power asserted : being 
an impartial Relation of the late Visitation of St. Mary Magdalen Col- 
lege in Oxford. As likewise an Account of several Visitations of the 
Universities and particular Colleges. 4to. London, 1688. [E. 1. 7.] 

A Vindication of the Proceedings of his Majestie's Ecclesiastical Com- 
missioners against the Bishop of London and the Fellows of Magdalen 
College. 4to. London, 1688. [M. 16. 30.] 

A Letter to the Author of the " Vindication of the Proceedings of the Eccle- 
siastical Commissioners against the Bishop of London } and the Fellows of 
Magdalen College" concerning the Legality of that Court. 4to. Eleu- 
theropolis [London, 1688.] [M. 20. 14.] 



4. University Congratulations on Public Occasions.— Condolences on 
the Decease of Royal Personages.— Prize Poems, and Orations. 

Oxoxiensis Academle Funebre Officium in Meraoriam Elizabeths, 
nuper Angliae, Franciae et Hiberniae Reginae. 4to. Oxoniae. 1603. 

[E. 19. 34.] 

Academl£ Oxoniensis Pietas erga Serenissimum et Potentissimum Ja- 
cobum Angliae, Scotiae, Franciae, et Hiberniae Regem, Beatissimae Eli- 
zabeths? nuper Reginae legitime et auspicatissime succedentem. 4to. 
Oxoniae, 1603. [E. 19. 31.] 

Academle Oxoniensis Funebria Sacra, JEtemve Memoriae Serenissimae 
Anna? Potentissimi Monarchae Jacobi Magnse Britannia?, Franciae, et 
Hiberniae Regis, &c. Desideratissimae Sponsae dicata. 4 to. Oxonian, 
1619. [E. 19. 31.] 

Efithalamia Oxoniensia in auspicatissimum Caroli Magnae Britannia?, 
Franciae, et Hiberniae Regis cum Henrietta Maria Henrici Magni Gal- 
lorum Regis Filia Connubium. 4to. Oxoniae, 1625. [E. 19. 31.] 

Horti Carolini. 4to. Oxonia?, 1640. [P. 240. (1.)] 

Carmen Pindaricum in Theatro Sheldoniano, in Solennibus Encaeniis 
recitatum. 4to. Oxonii, 1669. [E. 19. 31.] 

Pietas Universitatis Oxoniensis in Obitum Regis Caroli Secundi. 
folio, Oxonii, 1682. [C. 5. 16.] 

Molinjei (Ludovici) Oratio Auspicalis ; cui subjuncta est Laudatio Guil 
Cambdeni. 4to. Oxonii, 1652. [L. 15. 21.] 



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Smalridge (George) Two Speeches made in 
April £6, 1706. The first upon presenting Jc 
Degree of Doctor : the second at his Creation 
Speech to the Upper House of. Convocation 
Dr. Atterbury. In Latin and English. 8vo. 

Carolina Quadragesimalia ab JEdis Christi Oxo 
ab ejusdem aedis Baccalaureis detcrminantibus 
losophise publice recitata. l£mo. Londini, 17 



Rutlandshire. 

Wright (James) The History and Antiquities of 
collected from Records, and other Authorities, 

•Account of Rutlandshire. 8vo. Beaut, of En 
Part II. 

Shropshire. 

•Account of Shropshire. 8vo. Beaut, of Eng 
Part I. 

SOMERSETSII I RE. 

•Account of Somersetshire. 8vo. Beaut, of Em 
Part I. 

Gold win (W.) A Description of the Ancient and 
a Poem. 8vo. London, 1751. [P. 193. (7.) 

Walcott (John) Descriptions and Figures of I 
Quarries, Gravel Pits, &c. near Bath. 8vo. 

Charleton (Rice) Three Tracts on the Bath V 

Staffordsiii it r . 

Shaw (Stebbing) The History and Antiquit 
Vol. I. London, 1798. [(). i. 40.] 

This Work was never con 

•Account of Staffordshire. 8vo. Burnt, h 
Part II. 

Illingworth (James) A Just Narrative of 
legs rotted off jn the Parish of King? 
12mo. London, 1677. [M. 18. 5.] 

A Scheme for making a navigable Commi 
Trent and Severn, in the County of Stafl 

Si n oi k. 

•Account of Suffolk. Beaut. Eng. auJ I 

Si- RK i v. 

•Account of Surrey. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. » 

Stssex. 

•Account of Sussex. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. 

The Cask of the Trust Governors of t! 
^whthelmston. 12mo. Brighton, f 



ENGLAND.— COUNTY HISTORY. 747 

Warwickshire. 

"tDuGDALE (Sir William) The History of Warwickshire, folio, London, 
1656. 

Dugdale (Sir Wm.) The Antiquities of Coventry, folio, Coventry, 1765. 

[Q. 1. 20.] 

•Account of Warwickshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XV. 
Part I. 

Westmoreland. 

•Account of Westmoreland. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. XV. 
Part I. 

Wiltshire. 

•Brixton (John) The Beauties of Wiltshire. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 
1801-25. 

•Account of Wiltshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Waks, Vol. XV. Part II. 
Jones (Inigo) The most Notable Antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly 
called Stone -Henge, on Salisbury Plain, folio, London, 1655. 

[B. 1. 21.] 

Cooke (William) An Enquiry into the Patriarchal and Druidical Reli- 
gion, Temples, &c. particularly the stupendous Works of Abury, 
Stonehenge, &c. 4to. London, 1754. [P. 10. (12.)] 

Worcestershire. 

Nash (T. R.) Collections for the History of Worcestershire. 2 vols, 
folio, London, 1781-82. [A. 12. 12,13.] 

•Account of Worcestershire. 8vo. Beaut, of Eng. and Wales, Vol. XV. 
Part I. 

Thomas (William) A Survey of the Cathedral Church of Worcester. 4to. 

London, 1737. [a 1. 31.] 
Wall (Worcester) Experiments and Observations on the Malvern Waters. 

8vo. Worcester, 1756. [P. 225. (5.)] 

Wall (John) Appendix to the Third Edition of his Experiments on the 
Malvern Waters. 8vo. Worcester, 1763. [P. 225. (6.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Worcester, 1763. [P. 277. (5.)] 

Yorkshire. 

•Account of Yorkshire. 8vo. Beaut. Eng. and Wales, Vol. Xyi. 

Burton (John) Monasticon Eboracense, and the Ecclesiastical History of 
Yorkshire, folio, York, 1758. [A. 12. 17.] 

Dart (John) A Description and History of the Metropolitan and Cathe- 
dral Churches of York and Canterbury, folio, London, 1 755. 

[A. 12. 38.] 

Wanless (T.) Anthems, as they are ordered to be sung in the Cathe- 
drall in York. 18mo. York, 1705. [B. 8. 22.] 

History of the York Lunatic Asylum. 8vo. York, 1815. [Hh. 2. 47.] 
Thoresby (Ralph) Ducatus Leodiensis : or the Topography of the An- 
cient and Populous Town and Parish of Leeds and parts adjacent, 
folio, London, 1715. [E. 10. 14.] 

Watson (J.) The History and Antiquities of Halifax in Yorkshire. 4to 
London, 1775. [A. 13. 32.] 



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Considerations on the Increase of the Poor-Rates, and on the 
the Workhouse in Kingston-upon-Hull. 8vo. Hull, 1799. 

[Hh 

Further Observations on the Improvements in the Maintei 
the Poor in the Town of Kingston-upon-Hull. 8vo. Hull, 1 

A Copy of the Poll taken at the Guild Hall, in the Town of h 
upon- Hull, on Monday the 5th and Tuesday the 6th days 
1802, before Thomas Osbourne, Esq. Sheriff of that Town, I 
of a writ for electing two Members to serve in Parliamei 
Hull, 1802. [Hh. 3. S3.] 

An Address to the Public from the Society established in the 
Hull, for giving effect to the Laws made for the Suppression 
and Immorality, when Friendly Admonition has failed of 
12mo. Hull, 1818. [Hh. 7. 36.] 

The English and Norman Isles. 

Camden (William) Description of the British Islands, folio, Br 
Vol. II. [F. 5. 6.] 

•Woods (George) Account of the past and present State of tli 
Man. 8vo. London, 1811. 

*Woodley (George) A View of the present State of the Scill) 
8vo. London, 1822. 

•Berry (William) History of the Island of Guernsey, with Part 
Alderney, Serk, and Jersey. 4to. London, 1815. 



ii. Civil History of England. — Narrative. 

(1) General History of England. Ch honk li s, 
and Modern. — General Historians. 

Rerum Britannicarum Scriptores Vetustiorcs ac Pra?cipui. fo 
1587. [D. 10. 2.] 

Syllabus. 

Galfridus Monumetensis. Bcda. 
Ponticus Virunnius. Gulielmus NeuJ 

Gildas. Joannes Froiss 

Histories Anglicana* Scriptores X. cura Roijeri Twvsden. 
1652. [D. 12. 11.] 

Syllabus, 

Simeon, Monachus Dunelmensis. Gervasius, Mon 
Joannes, Prior Hagustaldensis. nensis. 
Ricardus, Prior Hagustaldensis. Thomas Snibbs 

Ailredus, Abbas Rievallensis. Gulielmus Tho- 

Radulphus de Diceto, Londoniensis. I Ienricu< Knig 
Joannes Brompton, Joruallensis. sis. 

Anglica, Normannica, Hibcrnica, Cambriea, a Veto 
quibus : 

Asser Menevensis. Thomas \W 

Anonymus de Vita Gulielmi Thomas tie 1 
Conquestoris. Gulielmus ( 

Giraldus C; 



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Plerique nunc priraum in lucera edita ex Bibliotheca Gulielmi Cam- 
deni. folio, Francofurti, 1 603. [D. 11. 13.] 

Mattilei Paris Historia Major, cum Rogeri Wendoveri, Will. Rishan- 
geri, Authorisque Majori Minorique Historiis Chronicisque MSS. : 
huic primum editioni accesserunt duorum Offarum, Merciorum regum, 
et Viginti trium Abbatum S. Albani Vitse, editore Willielmo Wats, 
folio, Londini, 1040. [D. 12. 7.] 

Mattiuei Westmonasteriensis Flores Historiarum, praecipue de Rebus 
Britannia's, ab exordio mundi usque ad A. D. 1307. Et Chronicon 
ex Chronicis ab initio mundi usque ad A. D. 1018 deductum : auc- 
tore Florentio Wigorniensi Monacho ; cui access it Continuatio usque 
ad A. D. 1041 per quendam ejusdem Ccenobii eruditum. folio, 
Francofurti, 1601. [D. 12. 10.] 

Eadmeri, Cantuariensis Monachi, Historia Novornm, folio, Inter An- 
selmi Opera. [H. 13. 22.] 

Eadmeri Historia? Novorum, sive sui Saeculi, Libri VI. sub Gulielmo 
I. et II. et Henrico ' I. Angliae Rcgibus. Edidit cum notis Joannes 
Seldenus. folio, Londini, 1623. [D. 13. 3.] 

Itineraria Symonis Simeonis et Will el mi de Worcestre. E codicibus 
MSS. in Bibliotheca Coll. Corp. Christ. Cantab, asservatis primus 
eruit ediditque J. Nasmith. 8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1778. [F. 23. 15.] 

Polydori Vergilii Anglicae Histories Libri XXVII. folio, Basileae, 
1570. QD. 10. 4.] 

Pitsei (Joannis) Relationes Histories de Rebus Anglicis. 4to. Parisiis, 
1619. [S. 1. 19.] 

Lilii (Georgii) Chronicon ; sive Brevis Enumeratio Regum et Princi- 
pum, in quos variante fortuna Britannia; Imperium diversis tempori- 
bus translatum est. 4to. Francofurti, 1565. [E. 19. 7-] 

An Epitome of Frossard : or a Summarie Collection of the most memo- 
rable Histories contained in his Chronicle, chiefly concerning the State 
of England and France. Compiled in Latin by Iohn Sleydane, and 
translated into English by P. Golding. 4to. Lond. 1608. [M. 20. 38.] 

Holinshcd (Raphael) The Chronicles of England, Scotland, and Ireland. 
2 vols, folio, London, 1577. [D. 9. 15-16.] 

Speed (John) The History of Great Britaine under the Conquests of 
the Romans, Saxons, Danes, and Normans, folio, London, 1611. 

[A. 2. 15.] 

Baker (Sir Richard) A Chronicle of the Kings of England from the time 
of the Roman Government to the Death of King James, folio, Lon- 
don, 1670. [C. 2. 26.] 

Milton (John) The History of Britain, that part especially now called 
England, from the first traditional beginning to the Norman Conquest ; 
collected out of the antientest and best Authours thereof. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1677. [N. 9. 5,6.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Prose Works, Vol. II. [O. 5. 25.] 

Hetlyn (Peter) A Help to English History : containing the Succession 
of all the Kings of England, as also of the Dukes, Marquesses, Earls 
and Bishops thereof. 18mo. London, 1670. [D. 17. 14.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1671. [F. 7. 48.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1709. [R. 7. 25.] 



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BRITISH HISTORY. 



Heylyn (Peter) Help to English History: continued to November 1773. 
With the Coats of Arms of the Nobility, &c. By P. Wright. 8vo. 
London, 1773. 

Temple (Sir William) An Introduction to the History of England. Svo. 

London,' 1695. [B. 6. 12.] 
Tybrel (James) A General History of England, Ecclesiastical and Civil, 

to the Reign of William III. 3 vols, folio, London, 1697-1704. 

[C. 2. 19-22.] 

Brady (Robert) History of England ; containing the Lives and Reigns 
of Edward I. II. III. and of Richard II. folio, London, 1 700. 

[E. 5. 17.] 

A Complete History of England, with the Lives of all the Kings and 
Queens from the earliest Account of Time to the death of his late 
Majesty King William III. The whole illustrated with large and 
useful notes, and the Effigies of the Kings and Queens. [Edited by 
John Hughes, Esq. and Bishop Kennett.] 3 vols, folio, London, 
1706-1719. [G. 13. 15-17.] 

North (Hon, Roger) Examen: or an Enquiry into the credit and veracity 
of a pretended " Complete History ;" shewing the perverse and wicked 
design of it. Together with some Memoirs tending to vindicate the 
honour of Charles it. and his happy Reign, from the intended Aspersions 
of that foul Pen. 4to. London, 1740. [A.' Ik 91.] 

Howell (William) Medulla Historiae Anglicanae. The Ancient and Pre- 
sent State of England; being a compendious History of all its Mo- 
narch s from the Time of Julius Caesar. Svo. London, 1712. 

[D. 14. 55.] 

Howell (William) Medulla Historiae Anglicanae; continued to the Death 
of George I. 8vo. London, 1734. [R. 19. 26*.] 

Calamy (Edmund) A Letter to Mr. Archdeacon Eachard upon occasion 
of his History of England. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 124. (3.)] 

Salmon (Thomas) The Chronological Historian, or an Account of all 
material Transactions relating to English Affairs, from the Invasion of 
the Romans to the present Time. 8vo. London, 1723. [D. 21. 26.] 

Rapin de Thoyras (Paul) Histoire d'Angleterre. 10 tomes, Mo. a la 
Haye, 1724. [A. 1. 8-17.] 

Rapin (M.) The History of England, translated into English by N. Tindal, 

and continued from the Revolution to the Accession of George II. 

With the Medallic History, Maps, Plans, &c. 5 vols, folio, London, 

1732-47. [H. 11. 19-23.] 
Oldmixon (John) The Critical History of England, Ecclesiastical and 

Civil. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1728. [F. 25. 28,29.] 

Oldmixon (John) The History of England during the Reigns of Henry 
VIII., Edward VI., Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth ; including the 
Reformation of the Churches of England and ^eotiand. folio, Lon- 
don, 1739. [R. 2. 17.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1731). [Cc. 1. 10.1 

Oldmixon (John) The History of England during the Reigns of King 
William, Queen Mary, Queen Anne, King George I. being the Sequel 
of the Reigns of the Stuarts, folio, London, Hod. [R. 2. KS.j 



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JVhitelocke (Bulstrode) Memorials of English Affairs from the supposed 
expedition of Brute to this Island, to the end of the Reign of King 
James I. folio, London, 1709. [Ff. 3. 62.] 

rhe History of England. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XVI. [Cc. 1. 35.] 

if acaulay (Catherine) The History of England, from the Accession of 
James I. to the Restoration of Charles II. 5 vols. 4to. London, 
1763-71. [K. 24. 1-5.] 

rlcME (David) The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar 
to the Revolution in 1688. 8 vols. 8vo. London, 1789. [L. 14. 31-38.] 

'Brodie (George) A History of the British Empire from the Accession 
of Charles I. to the Restoration ; including a particular examination of 
Mr. Hume's Statements relutive to the Character of the English Govern- 
ment. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1824. 

Smollett (Tobias) The History of England, from the Revolution to the 
Death of George II., in Continuation of Mr. Hume's History. 5 vols. 
8vo. London, 1793. [E. 6. 5-9.] 

Henry (Robert) The History of Great Britain, from the first Invasion of 
it by the Romans under Julius Caesar. Written on a New Plan. 
12 vols. 8vo. London, 1788-99. [L. 23. 1-12.] 

Andrews (James Petit) History of Great Britain, from the Death of 
Henry VIII. to the Accession of James VI. of Scotland to the Crown 
of England ; being a Continuation of Dr. Henry's History of Great 
Britain. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1796. [L. 23. 13,14.] 

^Turner (Sharon) History of the Anglo-Saxons. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 
1824. 

^Turner (Sharon) History of England, from the Norman Conquest to the 
Death of Henry V. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1825. 

Whitaker (John) The Genuine History of the Britons asserted, in refu- 
tation of Mr. Macpherson's History. 8vo. London, 1772. [Q. 4. 17.] 



Chamberlain e (Edward) Anglia Notitia; or the Present State of Eng- 
land. 12mo. London, 1671. [E. 16. 15.] 
12mo. London, 1682. [I. 8. 6.] 

Chamberlayne (John) The Present State of Great Britain, with Remarks 

upon the Antient State thereof. 8vo. London, 1708. [N. 7. 41.] 

. 8vo. London, 1738. [R. 10. 4.] 

The Political State of Great Britain from 1710 to 1718, and from 

1727 to 1731. 21 vols. 8vo. [R. 9. 27-47.] 
The Political State of Groat Britain, for the Month of February 17!;. 

8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 28.] 
The Political State of Great Britain, for the Month of April 1712. 8vo. 

London, 1712. [M. 19. 21.] 

The Court Calendar for the year 1735. 18mo. London. [P. 353. (2.)] 

for the years 1777, 1782, 1795. 18mo. London. 

[Ff. 8. 120-122.] 

The Court Register and Statesman's Remembrancer. 8vo. London, 
174 J. [E. 26. 25.] 



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Whitworth (Charles) A List of the English, Scots, and Irish Nobility, 
Archbishops and Bishops, Chancellors, Chief Justices, &c. &c. specify- 
ing the dates in which they were severally created. 12mo London, 
1765. [O. 6. 59.] 



(2) History of England during particular Reigns, and 
Memoirs relative thereto, from the Conquest to the 
Present Time. 

From the Conquest to Queen Elizabeth. 

Daniel (Samuel) The Collection of the History of England, from the 
Conquest to the Reign of Edward III., with a Continuation to the 
Reign of Henry VII. By John Trussell. folio, London, 1G85. 

[M. 4. 5.' 

Another Copy, folio. Complete Hist, of Eng. Vol. I. 

[G. 13. 15.] 

Daniel (Samuel) The First Part of the Historie of England. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1613. [E. 18. 8.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1613. [M. 20. 38.] 

Ltttleton (George, Lord) The History of Henry the Second, and of 
the Age in which he lived ; with a History of the Revolutions of 
England from Edward the Confessor to the Birth of Henry II. 
3 vols. 4to. London, 1767-71. [O. 5. 31-33.] 

Pegge (Samuel) An Inquiry into the Nature and Cause of King John's 
Death. 4to. Jrchceologia, Vol. IV. [L. 14. 26.] 

Cotton (Sir Robert) A Short View of the long Life and Raigne of 
Henry III. 4to. London, 1627. [E. 18. 8.J 

Barnes (Joshua) History of King Edward II. and his son Edward the 
Black Prince, folio, Cambridge, 1688. [I. 2. 21.] 

History of the Reigns of the Kings, Richard II., and Henry IV., V., 
and VI. folio, Camp. Hist, of Eng. Vol. I. [G. 13. 15.] 

Hayward (Sir John) The Life and Reign of King Henry IV. ko. 
London, 1599. [E. 18. 8.] 

Titi Livii Foro-Juliensis Vita Henuici Quinti Regis Anglia\ Accedit 
Sylloge Epistolarum. a variis Anglia? Principibus scriptarum. E co« 
dicibus calamo exaratis descripsit edidiiquc Tho. Hearnius. Svo 
Oxonii, 1716. [K. 7. 32.] 

Baudier (Michael) History of the Memorable and Extraordinary Caln- 
roities of Margaret of Anjou, Queen of England ; translated from the 
French. 8vo. London, 1737. [P. 163. (.J.)] 

Habington (John) Reign of King Edward 
IV. folio. 

More (Sir Thomas) Life of King Edward V. 
folio. 

Buck (George) Life of King Richard III. 
folio. 

More (Sir Thomas) Life of King Richard III. 
folio. I 



'Jump. Jli.st. of Eng. Vol. I. 

' [G. 13. 15.] 



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More (Thoroae) Historia Richardi III. Regis Angliae. folio, Inter Opera. 

[L. IT). 20.] 

Walpole (Horace) Historic Doubts on the Life and Reign of Richard 
the Third. 4to. London, 1768. [Q. 2. 24.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Works, Vol. II. [I. 24. 2.] 

Godwini (Henrici) Rerum Anglicarum Annates, Henrico VIII. Edwardo 
VI., et Maria regnantibus. 4to. Londini, 1628. [E. 18. 8.] 

Herbert (Edward, Lord) The Life and Reign of King Henry VIII. 
folio, London, 1672. [I. 1. 6.] 

Another Copy, folio, Comp. Hist, of Engl. Vol. II. 

[G. 13. 16.] 

Lewis (Edward) The Patriot King displayed, in the Life and Reign of 
Henry VIII. 12mo. London, 1769. [A. 19. 123.] 

Love Letters from King Henry VIII. to Anne Boleyn. With an Appen- 
dix, containing two Letters from Anne Boleyn to Cardinal Wolsey ; 
with her last to King Henry VIII. 8vo. London, 1714. [M. 16. 29.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1714. [N. 9. 4.] 

Oratio Philippica, ad excitandos contra Galliam Britannos. Diatriba 
praeliminari et annotationibus donavit Joannes Tolandus. 8vo. Lon- 
dini, 1707. [R. 1Q. 47.] 

A Philippick Oration, to incite the English against the French, offered 
to the Privy Council of England in 1514, by an uncertain Author. 
Published with notes by John Toland. 8vo. London, 1707. 

[R. 10. 47.] 

Hat ward (Sir John) The Life and Reign of King Edward VI. 4to. 
London, 1630. [E. 18. 8.] 

Another Copy, folio, Comp. Hist, of Engl. Vol. II. 

The Journal of the Reign of King Edward VI. written by himself. 
folio, Burnet's Hist. ofRef. Vol. II. [I. 1. 21.— Cc. 1. 8.— Ff. 3. 10.] 

Strype (John) Life of Sir Thomas Smith, Kt. Secretary of State to Ed- 
ward VI. and Queen Elizabeth. 8vo. London, 1708. [A. 19. 3.] 

Cheke (Sir John) The true Subject to the Rebel, or the Hurt of Sedi- 
tion, written 1549. Oxford, 8vo. 1641. [P. 134. (1.)] 

Godwin (Bishop) Life of Queen Mart, folio, Comp. Hist, of Engl. Vol. 
II. [G. 13. 16.] 

Nevtlli (Alexandri) De Furoribus Norfolciensium Ketto Duce. Ejus- 
dem Norwicus. 4to. Londini, 1.075. [E. 15. 42.] 

Cakdeni (Gulielmi) Ann ales Rerum Anglicarum et Hibernicarum, Reg- 
nante Elizabetha. E Codice praeclaro Smithiano propria auctoris 
manu correcto, multisque magni moment i Additionibus locupletato, 
emit, ediditque Tho. Hearnius, qui et alium Codicem e Bibhothecd 
Rawlinsoniana adhibuit. 3 tomis, 8vo. Oxonii, 1717* [K. 7. 29-31.] 

Camdeni (Gulielmi) Annales. folio, Londini, 1616. [B. 4. 15.] 

Camden (William) History of Queen Elizabeth, folio, Comp. Hist, of 
Engl. Vol. II. [G. 13. 16.] 

Tomus Alter et Idem, or the Hwtorie of the Life and Reigne of that 
famous Princess Elizabeth. Translated from the Latin Annals of 
Camden, by Thomas Browne. 4to. London, 1629. [E. 20. 7.] 

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Oclandi (Chri8tophori) Anglorum Praelia, ab A.D. 1327, 
num 1558. Item EIPHNAPXIA, sive Elizabetha. D 
Angliae Statu, imperante Elizabetha, Compendiosa N« 
Londini, 1582. [D. 18. 47.] 

A Sight of the Portugal Pearle ; that is, the Answer of 
against the Epistle of Hieronymus Osorius, entitled ( A 
Prince/ Translated out of Latin into English, by Abi 
well. 8vo. London, 1561. [G. 8. 38.] 

Jewel (John, Bishop of Salisbury) A Viewe of a Seditious 
England, from Pius Quintus, Bishop of Rome, anno 11 
vnto is added a ShortrTreatise of the Holie Scriptures. 
1582. [M. 18. 13.] 

Stanley (Sir William) A Briefe Discoverie of Doctor Allc 
Drifts, contrived in a Pamphlet written by him, concerning 
up of the Town of Deventer unto the King of Spain. 
1588. [L. 15. 37.] 

A Declaration of the Practises and Treasons attempted ai 
by Robert, late Earle of Essex, and his Complices, against 
and her Kingdoms, and of the proceedings as well at the 
and Convictions of the said late Earle, and his Adhere 
Together with the very Confessions and other parts of t 
themselues. 4to. London, 1601. [M. 20. 23.] 

The Memoirs of Sir James Melvil ; containing an imparti 
the most remarkable Affairs of State, during the last i 
tioned by other Historians. More particularly relating 
doms of England and Scotland, under the Reigns of Qi 
Mary Queen of Scots, and King James, folio, London 

James I. 

Camden (William) Annals of King James, folio, Cotnj 
Vol. II. [G. 13. 16.] 

Weldon (Sir A.) The Court and Character of King 
London, 1650. [E. 8. 40.] 

Wake (Isaaci) Rex Platonicus : sive dc potentissimi 
Britanniarum Regis, ad illustrissimam Academiam C 
tu, Aug. 27, 1605. 12mo. Oxon, 1615. [F. 1G. li 

Dalrtmple (Sir David) Memorials and Letters rclatin 
Great Britain in the Reign of James I. and Charlie 
the Originals. 12mo. 2 vols. Glasgow, 1 7(5 (>. [F 

Wharton (George) Gesta Britannorum : or a Clin 
and Exploits, Battails, Seigcs, and othtr Signal ;n 
•ages, from 1600 to 1657. 12mo. London, JG. r *7. 

Harris (William) An Account of the Life and Writi 
8vo. London, 1753. [D. 27. 21.] 

Birch (Thomas) The Life of Henry Prince ofW 
8vo. London, 1760. [D. 25. 23.] 

A Declaration of Egregious Popish Impostures 
of his Majesties Subjects from their allegiance 
Christian Religion professed in England. Pi ui 



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Weston, a Jesuit, and divers Romish Priestes, his wicked Associates. 
Whereunto are annexed the Copies of the Confessions and Examina- 
tions of the parties themselves. 4to. London, 1604. [G. 15. 14.] 

\ Treatise of Vnion of the two Realmes of England and Scotland. 
By I. H. 4to. London, 1604. [M. 20. 37.] 

Abridgement of that Booke which the Ministers of Lincolne Dio- 
cesse delivered to his Majestie 1st December, 1605. 8vo. Reprinted 
1617. [Q. 6. 42.] 

Thb Gunpowder Treason : with a Discourse of the Manner of its Dis- 
covery, and a Relation of the Proceedings against the Conspirators. 
8vo. London, 1679. [M. 6. 50.] 

3arnevelt*s Apology ; or Holland Mysterie ; with Marginall Castiga- 
tions. 4to. 1618. [M. 15. 37.] 

Phe Peace-Maker : or Great Britaines Blessing. Fram'd for the con- 
tinuance of that mighty Happinesse wherein this Kingdom excells 
manie Empires. 4to. London, 1619. [M. 30. 37.] 

Wot Populi, or Newes from Spayne ; translated according to the Spanish 
Coppie, which may serve to forwarn both England and the Vnited 
Provinces, how farre to trust to Spanish Pretences. 4 to. London, 
1**0. [M. 30. 37.] 

Charles I. 

EtosHwoRTH (John) Historical Collections of private Passages of State, 
weighty Matters in Law, and Remarkable Proceedings in Parliament, 
containing the Principal Matters which happened from 1618 to 1648. 
7 vols, folio, London, 1659-1721. [E. 10. 2-8.] 

Ougdale (Sir William) A Short View of the late Troubles in England. 
To which is added a perfect Narrative of the Treaty at Uxbridge in 
1644. folio, Oxford, 1681. [I. 1. 24.] 

Larrey (M. de) History of the Reign of Charles I., translated from the 
French. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1716. [G. 22. 3,4.] 

row good (Micaiah) An Essay towards attaining a true Idea of the Charac- 
ter and Reign of King Charles the First, and the Causes of the Civil 
War. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 182. (1.)] 

Harris (William) An Account of the Life and Writings of Charles I. 

8vo. London, 1766. [F. 24. 10.] 
Polling worth (Richard) A Defence of King Charles I. 4to. London, 

1692. [P. 31. (8,9.)] 
RTalker (Sir Edward) Historical Discourses upon several occasions, in 

the Reign of King Charles I. folio, London, 1705. [E. 5. 12.] 

V Letter in Defence of King Charles I., in reply to some Remarks in 
Calamy's Life of Baxter. 4to. London, 1 6—. [P. 45. (1 8.) 

Reliquict Sacrce Carolina ; or the Works of that Great Monarch and Glo* 
rious Martyr King Charles I. collected together and digested in 
order. 8vo. Hague, 1651. [M. 18. 36.] 

Biblotheca Regia : or the Royal Library, containing a Collection of such 
Papers of his late Majesty King Charles I. as have escaped the wrack 
and mines of these times: not extant in the Reliquiae Carotins. 8vo. 
London, 1659. [E. 18. 9.] 

• Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1659. [Gg. 8. 2.] 

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BaviXiica. — The Works of King Charles the Martyr. With a Collection 
of Declarations, Treaties, and other Papers concerning the Differences 
betwixt his said Majesty and his Two Houses of Parliament, folio, 
London, 1662. [G. 12. 26.] 

The Works of King Charles I. 2 vols. 12mo. Aberdeen, 1766. 

[Ee. 4. 74,75.] 

YLiKvv J$a<ri\iKT); vel Imago Regis Caroli I. in illis suis aerumnis et soli- 
tudine. 18mo. Hagae Comitum, 1649. [K. 17. 24.] 

Milton (John) EucovoKXacrrric, in Answer to Eikuv BaaiXncrj. 8vo. Am- 
sterdam, 1690. [Ii. 2. 37.] 

Milton (John) EiKovoKXaaT^ ; and Defence of the People of England, in 
Answer to Salmasius. 4to. Prose JVorks, Vol. I. [O. 5. 24.] 

A Vindication of King Charles the Martyr ; proving that his Majesty 
was the Author of Eikon Basilike, against a Memorandum said to be 
written by the Earl of Anglesey, and against the Exceptions of Dr. 
Walker and others. [By Thomas Wagstaffe.] 8vo. London, 1G97. 

[P. 274. (8.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1697. [N. 9. 27.] 

•Wordsworth (Christopher) ' Who wrote Eikw YmaiXiKijV considered 
and answered, in Two Letters addressed to his Grace the Archbishop 
of Canterbury. 8vo. London, 1824. 

•Wordsworth (Christopher) Documentary Supplement to * Who wrote 
EiKvy BacriXiKijV 8vo. London, 1825. 

*Todd (Henry John) A Letter to his Grace the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, concerning the Authorship of Eikmv IWfAfja/. 8vo. London, 
1826. 

Winstanley (William) The Loyal Martyrology, or Brief Catalogues and 
Characters of the most eminent Persons who suffered for their con- 
science during the late times of Rebellion, either by Death, Imprison- 
ment, Banishment, or Sequestration. Together with those who were 
slain in the King's service. As also Dregs of Treachery, with the 
Catalogue and Characters of those Regicides who sat as Judges on our 
late Dread Sovereign of ever blessed memory, with others of thai 
Gang most eminent for villany. 8vo. London, 1 G(>5. [E. IS. 1.-7.1 

Lloyd (David) Memoires of the Lives, Actions, Sufferings aiul Deaths o: 
those who suffered by Death, Sequestration, or otherwise, for the Pro- 
testant Religion, and the great principle thereof — Allegiance to their 
Sovereign, during the Civil Wars, from 1637 to 1G60, and thence con- 
tinued to 1666. With the Life and Martyrdom of King Charles 1. 
folio, London, 1668. [M. 4. 11.] 

The Copies of Two Speeches in Parliament, the one by John Glanvit.lf. 
Esq. the other by Sir Henrv Martin, Knight, at a General Committe-.- 
of both Houses, the 22nd of May, 1628. " 4to. [Hh. 8. 2:?.] 

The Kinge's Majestie's Declaration to his Subjects, concerning Lawfull 
Sports to bee used. 4to. London, 1633. [M. IV. 

Hobbes (Thomas) The History of the Civil Wars of England, from the 
year 1640 to 1660. 8vo. London, 1679. [M. 7. 26.] 

Walker (Clement) The Compleat Historic of IndeprmK ncie upon t!u 
Parliament begun 1640. 4to. 2 vols. London. 1 6b" 1-49. 



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Another Copy. Part I. 4to. London, 1648. [Ff. 6. 56.] 

Another Copy. Part I. 4to. London, 1648. [Hh. 8. 22.] 

Walker (Clement) Relations and Observations, Historical! and Politick, 
upon the Parliament begun Anno Dom. 1640. 4to. London, 1648. 

[M. 20. 21.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1648. [N. 9. 50.] 

i Another Copy. 4to. London,1648. [Hh. 8. 22.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1661. [Hh. 8. 21.] 

His Majestie's Declaration concerning his proceedings with his Sub- 
jects of Scotland, since the Pacification in the Camp near Berwick. 
{Two Copies.) 4to. London, 1640. [L. 15. 21,37.] 

A Humble Remonstrance to the High Court of Parliament, by a Duti- 
full Sonne of the Chvrch. 4to. London, 1640. [M. 20. 20.] 

Speeches and Passages of this Great and Happy Parliament collected. 
4to. London, 1641. [C. 6. 20.] 

A Remonstrance on the State of the Kingdom. 4 to. London, 1641. 

[N. 8. 19.] 

Mr. John Milton's Character of the Long Parliament, and Assembly of 
Divines, in 1641, (never before printed.) 4to. London, 1681. 

[M. 20. 14.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1681. [N. 8. 19.] 

A Vindication of the King, with some Observations upon the 2 
Houses. 4to. London, 1642. [N. 8. 36.] 

His Majesty's Answer to the Petition concerning the disbanding of his 
Guards — also his Proclamation forbidding all his Majestie's Subjects 
belonging to the Trained Bands, or Militia of this Kingdom, to rise, 
march, muster, &c. without consent, upon pain of punishment accord- 
ing to the Law. Whereunto are annexed, Two Orders of both Houses 
of Parliament : one to all High Sheriffs and other Officers within 150 
miles of the Citie of York ; the other in particular to the High Sheriffs, 
&c. within the County of Lancaster, in general, to all the Counties of 
England, and Dominion of Wales — 28th May, 1642. 4to. London, 
1642. [N. 8. 36.] 

Twenty-eight Propositions made by both Houses of Parliament, 1 9 of 
them to the King, for a reconciliation of differences between his Majesty 
and the said Houses— the other 9 concerning the raising of Horse, 
Horsemen, and Arms, for the Defence of the King and both Houses of 
Parliament, &c. 4to. London, 1642. [N. 8. 36.] 

A Perfect Diurnal of the Passages in Parliament, from the 12 of Sept. 
unto the 19, and from Oct. 3, to Oct. 8, 1642. 4to. London, 1642. 

[N. 8. 36.] 

Ferne (Henry) The Resolving of Conscience upon this Question, Whe- 
ther upon such a Supposition or Case as is now usually made (The 
King will not discharge his trust, but is bent or seduced to subvert 
Religion, Laws, and Liberties), Subjects may take Arms and resist? 
and Whether that Case be now ? 4to. Cambridge, 1642. 

[M. 20. 36.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1642. [N. 8. 36.] 



758 ENGLISH HISTORY. 



The Rebell's Catechisme, composed in an easy and familiar Way, to 
let them see the Hainousness of their Offence, the Weaknesse of their 
strongest Subterfuges ; and to recall them to their Duties both to God 
and Man. 4to. 1643. [L. 15. 37.] 

Symmons (Edward) A Loyall Subject's Beliefe, expressed in a Letter to 
Mr. Stephen Marshall. Oxford, 1643. [L. 15. 37.] 

Two Speeches, spoken by the Earle of Manchester and lo. Pym, Esq. 
as a Reply to his Maiestie's Answer to the City of London's Petition, 
sent from his Maiestie by Captaine Hearn, and read at a Common Hall 
on Fryday, the 13th of Ianuary, 1642. Also a true Narrative of the 
Passages of that Day. 4to. London, 1643. [M. 14. 7.] 

A Complaint and Petition of the whole Kingdom of England, for satis- 
faction of Conscience and avoiding Rebellion. 4to. 1643. [N. 8. 40.] 

Crasiiaw (William) Loyola's Disloyalty, or the Jesuits' open Rebellion. 

4to. London, 1643. [N. 8. 20.] 
Montross (Marquis of) The Scotch Soldier's Speech concerning the 

Kings Coronation Oath. Made in the year 1647. 8vo. London. 

[P. 337. (4.)] 

Prynne (William) The Levellers Levell'd to the Ground. Wherein the 
dangerous Seditious Opinion and Design of some of them, that it is ne- 
cessary, decent, and expedient to reduce the House of Peers, and 
bring the Lords into the Commons House to sit and vote together as 
one House, and the false, absurd grounds whereon they build this 
Paradox, are briefly examined, refuted, and laid in the dust. 4to. 
London, 1647. [N. 8. 40.] 

The Complaint of the Kingdom against the Evil Members of both 
Houses, who have upon design brought in Ruin under a pretence of 
Reformation, relating to that former Complaint made by the Citie and 
Counties adjacent. 4to. [1647.] [N. 8. 40.] 

Two Letters from his Excellency Sir Thomas Faikiax. to both Houses of 
Parliament and to the Lord Mayor, &c of London, giving an Accompt 
of what Transactions and Proceedings have been betwixt the King s 
Majesty and the Army, since his Coming into their Quarters, cS:c. Itu. 
London, 1647. [M. 20. 36.] 

The Present Warre Parallei'd : or a Briefc Relation of the Five Yrares 
Civil Warres of Henry the Third, King of England, with the event 
and issue of that unnaturall Wan e, and by what Course the Kingdom 
was then settled againe. 4to. London, 1647- [M. 20. 18.] 

Malvezzi (Marquesse) The Pourtract of the Politickc Christian Fa- 
vourite. 18mo. London, 1047. [I). IS. 26.] 

Oxford Reasons concerning the Solemn League and Covenant, the Nega- 
tive Oath, the Ordinances concerning Discipline and Worship, ap- 
proved hy general consent in a full Convocation, June I, 164 7. 
4to. 1647. [N. 8. 36.] 

Ashcam (Ant.) A Discourse : wherein is examined what is particularly 
lawfull during the Confusions and Revolutions of Government. 8vo. 
London, 1648. [M. 19. 45.] 

The King's Declaration to all his Suhjeets of whatsoever Nation, Qua- 
lity, or Condition. 4to. 1648. [N. 8. 40. j 



CROMWELL AND THE COMMONWEALTH. 759 



The Regal Apology, or the Declaration of the Commons, Feb. 11, 1647 
canvassed. 4to. London, 1648. [£. 1. 21.] 

Animadversions upon the Armies' Remonstrance, delivered to the House 
of Commons, Monday 20th Nov. 1648, in Vindication of the Parlia- 
ment's Treaty with the King in the Isle of Wight. 4to. London, 1648. 

[M. 20. 21.] 

The Humble Answer of the Divines attending the Honourable Commis- 
sioners of Parliament at the Treaty at Newport, in the Isle of Wight. 
4to. London, 1648. [E. 1. 20.] 

An Appeal to thy Conscience, as thou wilt answere it at the dreadful 
day of Christ Jesus. 4to. London, [1648.] [ L. 15. 21.] 

The Roy all Legacie of Charles 1. to his Persecutors and Murderers, 
being a Paraphrase on his Speech immediately before his Execution. 
4to. London, 1649. [D. 14.45.] 

Philipps (Fabian) Veritas Inconcussa: or a -most certain Truth asserted, 
that King Charles the First was no Man of Blood, but a Martyr for 
his People. 12 mo. London, 1660. [F. 16. 14.] 

Cromwell and the Commonwealth, 

Dawbent (H.) Historie and Policie Re-viewed in the Heroick Transac- 
tions of his most Serene Highnesse Oliver, late Lord Protector, from 
his Cradle to his Tomb. 8vo. London, 1659. [R. 14. 55.] 

Olivarius [Cromwell] Pacificus, Princeps, Ccelestis, Sapiens, Religiosus, 
Fortis, Victor, Benignus, Misericors, Justus, Fcelix, Gloriosus, JEter- 
nus. folio, London, [1659.] [B. 4. 23.] 

Prtnne (William) Concordia Discors : or, The Dissonant Harmony o. 
Sacred Public Oathes, Protestations, Leagues, Covenants, Engage- 
ments, lately taken by many Time-serving Saints. 4to. London, 1659. 

[N. 8. 36,] 

The Perfect Politician : or a Full View of the Life and Actions (Mili- 
tary and Civil) of O. Cromwel. 8vo. London, 1660. [M. 19. 40.] 

Harris (William) The Life of Oliver Cromwell. 8vo. London, 1724. 

[P. 6. 3.] 

Second Edition. 8vo. London, 1762. [F. 24. 11.] 

Kimber (Isaac) The Life of Oliver Cromwell. 8vo. London, 1741. 

[F. 25. 6.] 

Banks (John) A Short Critical Review of the Political Life of Oliver 
Cromwell. 8vo. London, 1747. [G. 21. 29.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1769. [Dd. 4. 94.] 

•Cromwell (Oliver) Memoirs of the Protector Oliver Cromwell, and of 
his Sons, Richard and Henry. 4to. London, 1820. 

Ludlow (Edmund) Memoirs; with a Collection of State Papers to illus- 
trate them, folio, London, 1751. [O. 5. 17.] 

A Brief Review of the most material! Parliamentary Transactions, from 
Nov. 3, 1640, to 1656. 4to. London, 1656. [L. 15. 21.] 

The Picture of the Council of State held forth to the Free People of 
England. 8vo. 1649. [P. 307. (4.)] 

An Exercitation concerning Usurped Powers ; wherein the Difference 
betwixt Civil Authority and Usurpation is stated. 4to. 1650. 

[N. 8. 36.] 



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The Rump, Or a Collection of Songs and Ballads, made upon those 
who would be a Parliament, and were but the Rump of a House of 
Commons, five times dissolved. 12mo. London, 1660. [£. 16. 35.] 

Burgess (Cornelius) No sacrilege nor Sin to alienate or purchase Ca- 
thedral Lands as such : or a Vindication of not only the late Pur- 
chasers, but of the antient Nobility and Gentry, yea, of the Crown 
itself; all deepty wounded by the false Charge of Sacrilege upon new 
Purchasers. With a Postscript to Dr. Pearson. 4to. London, 1660. 

[N. 8. 33.] 

An Exact and most Impartial Accompt of the Indictment, Arraignment, 
Trial, and Judgment (according to Law) of Nine and Twenty Re- 
gicides. 4to. London, 1660. [E. 19. 19.] 

S edg wick e (William) Animadversions upon a Book entituled Inquisition 
for the Blood of our late Soveraign. 18mo. London, 1661. 

[D. 18. 3G.] 

The late Apology in behalf of the Papists, reprinted and answered in 
behalf of the Royallists. 4to. London, 1667. [M. 14. 24.] 

Neoportii (Mauritii) Carolo Secundo Regi Votum Candidum. 12mo. 
Londini, 1669. [F. 17. 16.] 

Coke (Roger) A Treatise, wherein it is demonstrated that the Church 
and State of England are in equal Danger with the Trade of it ; and on 
the Reasons of the Increase of the Dutch Trade. 4to. London, 1671. 

[M. 15. 34.] 

Marvell (Andrew) The Rehearsal transprosed : or Animadversions upon 
a Book intitled " A Preface shewing what Grounds there are of Fears 
and Jealousies of Popery [By Samuel Parker, Bishop of Oxford.] 
8vo. London, 1672. [F. 16. 41.] 

A Reproof to the Author of the " Rehearsal Transprosed, [By Samuel 
Parker, Bishop of Oxford!] 8vo. London, 1673. [F. 7. 22.] 

Moonshine : or the Restauration of the Jews-Trumps and Bag-pipes, 
being an Answer to Dr. Wild s Letter on occasion of his Majestie's 
Declaration for Liberty of Conscience. 4to. London, 1672. 

[M. 20. 14.] 

A Further Justification of the present War against the United Nether- 
lands. 4to. London, 1673. [E. 1. 23.] 

England's Appeal from the private Cabal at Whitehall to the Council of 
the Nation. [By Sir William Coventry.] 4to. 1672. [N. 8. 22.] 

Walsh (Father Peter) A Letter to the Catholicks of England. Svo. 
London, 1674. [F. 7. 19.] 

Speeches of the Earl of Shaftesbury and Duke of Buckingham in the 
House of Lords, in 1675 ; together with the Protestations and Re asons 
of several Lords for the Dissolution of Parliament. I to. Amsterdam, 
1675. [M. 20. 14.] 

Some Considerations of present concernment how far the Romanists 
may be trusted by Princes of another Persuasion. o. London. 167.3. 

[li. r. :;r.] 

A Pacquet of Advices and Animadversions to the I\u p. of Shaftsbury, 
occasioned by a Seditious Pamphlet, intituled A Letter from a Person 
of Quality to his Friend in the Country. [By Marchmont Nlehiiam.] 
4to. 1676. [N. 8. 22.] 



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768 



Tyranny anp Popery, lording it over the Consciences, Lives, Liberties, 
and Estates of the King and People. 4to. London, 1678. [M. 20. 31.] 

A Letter from Amsterdam to a Friend in England. 4to. London, 1678. 

[M. 20. 14.] 

The Grand Designs of the Papists in the Reign of Charles I. and now 
carried on against his present Majesty, his Government, and the Pro- 
testant Religion. 4to. London, 1678. [M. 15. 27.] 

The Papists Designs Detected, and the Jesuits Sub till Practises to ruin 
and subvert the Nation, discovered and laid open. 4to. London, 1678. 

[M. 20. 31.] 

An Account of the Growth of Knavery under the pretended Fears of Ar- 
bitrary Government and Popery. 4to. London, 1678. [M. 20. 36.] 

Christianissimus Christianandus : or Reason for the Reduction of France 
to a more Christian State in Europe. [By Marchmont Needham.] 
4to. London, 1678. [N. 8. 16.] 

The Pacquet-Boat Advice: or a Discourse concerning the War with 
France, between some English Gentlemen and a Frenchman, between 
Callis and Dover. 4to. London, 1678. [M. 20. 14.] 

A Seasonable Advice to all True Protestants in England, in this present 
Posture of Affairs ; discovering the present designs of the Papists* 
4to. London, 1679. [M. 14. 30.] 

An Answer to the Appeal from the Country to the City. 4to. London, 
1679. [M. 20. 18.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1679. [M. 15. 32.] 

The Parallel : or an Account of the Growth of Knavery under the 
Pretext of Arbitrary Government, folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 16.] 

Ananias and Sapphira discovered : or the True Intent of a Pamphlet, 
called Omnia comesta Belo. In a Letter by way of Answer. 4to. 
London, 1679. [M. 15. 32.] 

The Established Test, in order to the Security of his Majesty's Sacred 
Person and Government, and the Protestant Religion, against the Ma- 
litious Attempts and Treasonable Machinations of Rome. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1679. [M. 15. 31.] 

The Late Proposal of Union among Protestants reviewed and rec- 
tified, folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

The Case Put, concerning the Succession of his Royal Highness the 
Duke of York. 4to. London, 1679. [M. 15. 32.] 

A Letter from a Jesuit at Paris to his Correspondent in London ; shew- 
ing the most effectual way to ruin the Government and Protestant Re- 
ligion. 4to. London, 1679. [M. 20. 14.] 

Two Letters from Mr. Montagu to the Lord Treasurer ; together with 
his Speech in the House of Peers, on an Impeachment of High Treason 
being brought up against his Lordship by the House of Commons. 
4to. London, 1679. [M. 20. 14.] 

A True Account and Declaration of the Horrid Conspiracy against the 
late King [Charles II.], his present Majesty [James II.] and the Go- 
vernment, folio, London, 1685. [N. 1. 18.] 

The Popish Massacre, as it was discovered to the Honourable House of 
Commons sitting in a Grand Committee for the Suppression of Popery, 
folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 



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Oatbs (Titus) A Discovery of the Jesuits' Mystery of Iniquity. 4 to. 
London, 1679. [P. 44. (15.)] 

The King's Evidence Justified ; or Dr. Oates's Vindication of himself 
and the Reality of the Plot, folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

A Further Discovery of the Plot : Dedicated to Dr. Titus Oates, by Roger 
L' Estrange. 4to. London', 1680. [M. 15. 37.] 

A True Narrative and Discovery of several very remarkable Passages 
relating to the Popish Plot, within the Knowledge of Miles Prance. 
folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

A Narrative and Impartial Discovery of the Horrid Popish Plot carried 
on for the burning and destroying the Cities of London and Westmins- 
ter, with their suburbs, folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

An Impartial Account of Divers Remarkable Proceedings the last Ses- 
" sions of Parliament relating to the Popish Plot, folio, London, 1679. 

[C. 5. 18.] 

Reasons and Narrative of the Proceedings betwixt the Two Houses, 
folio. Copy of the Bill concerning the Duke of York, folio, Lon- 
don, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

A Just Narrative of the Hellish New Counter Plots of the Papists to 
cast the Odium of their horrid Proceedings upon the Presbyterians, 
folio, London, 1679. [C. 5. 18.] 

An Exact and True Account of the late Popish Intrigue to form a Plot 
and cast the Guilt and Odium upon the Protestants, folio, London, 
1680. [C. 5. 18.] 

The Narrative of Robert Bolron, concerning the late Horrid Popish 
Plot and Conspiracy, folio, London, 1680. [C. 5. 20.] 

Dangerfield (Thomas) A Second Narrative relative to the Murther of 
Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, and the late Plot made by the Papists, 
folio, London, 1680. [C. 5. 18.] 

The Informations of Edward Turbervill, Francesco de Faria, Captain 
Henry Wilkinson and Stephen Dugdale, delivered at the Bar of the 
House of Commons, folio, London, 1680. [C. 5. 23.] 

Abstract of several Examinations taken upon oath in the Counties of 
Monmouth and Hereford, delivered to the House of Commons, folio, 
London, 1680. [C. 5. 23.] 

The History of the Damnable Plot, in its various branches and progress. 
8vo. London, 1680. [M. 7. 26.] 

Magna Veritas; or John Gadbury not a Papist, but a true Protestant 
of the Church of England, folio, London, lGSO. [C 5. 18.] 

The whole Series of all that has been transacted in the House of Peers 
concerning the Popish Plot. 8vo. London, 1 G 8 1 . l\ 1 •>. J S.J 

The Late Keepers of the English Liberties drawn to the Life : in the 
Qualifications of Persons by them declared capable to serve in Parlia- 
ment. 4to. London, 1680. [M. 15. 32.] 

A Dialogue between the Pope and a Phanatick, concerning A Hairs in 
England. 4to. London, 1680. [JU. 15. a?.] 

The French Politician found out; or Consideration.- on the Preten- 
sions and Claims of France to England and Ireland. 1 to. London, 
1680. [L. 15. 21.] 



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A Seasonable Memorial in some Historical Notes upon the Liberties 
of the Presse and Pulpit : with the Effects of Popular Petitions, Tu- 
mults, Associations, Impostures, and Disaffected Common Councils. 
To all Good Subjects and True Protestants. [By Sir Roger L'Es- 
t range.] 4to. London, 1680. [M. 14. SO.] 

Filmer (Sir R.) The Free-holders Grand Inquest, touching our Sove- . 
reign Lord the King (Charles II.) and his Parliament. 8vo. London, 
1680. [D. 7. 15.] 

England's Defence, a Treatise concerning Invasion ; or a brief Dis- 
course of what Orders were best for repulsing of Foreign Forces, if at 
any time they should invade us by Sea in Kent or elsewhere, folio, 
London, 1680. [C. 5. 18.] 

A Dialogue between Tom and Dick, over a dish of Coffee, concerning 
Matters of Religion and Government. 4to. London, 1680. 

[M. 20. 18.] 

Citt and Bumpkin : A Dialogue concerning Matters of Religion and 
Government. 4to. London, 1680. [M. 20. 14.] 

A Sober Discourse of the Honest Cavalier with the Popish Couranter. 
4to. London, 1680. [P. 52. (11.)] 

Honest Hodge and Ralph holding a sober Discourse. 4to. London, 
1680. ' [P. 52. (12.)] 

Advice to a Souldier ; and a Letter to a Commander in the Fleet. 4to. 
London, 1680. [P. 39. (21.)] 

A Compendious History of the most remarkable passages of the last 
Fourteen Years. 8vo. London, 1680. [M. 19. 40.] 

Jones (Sir William) A Modest and Just Vindication of the Two Parlia- 
ments of 1679 and 1681. 4to. [N. 8. 22.] 

Reflections on a Pamphlet stiled a Just and Modest Vindication of the Pro- 
ceedings of the Two last Parliaments ; or a Defence of His Majesty's 
late Declaration. 4to. London, 1683. [E. 1. 2.] 

No Protestant Plot ; or the Present pretended Conspiracy of the 
Protestants against the King and Government, discovered to be a 
Conspiracy of the Papists against the King and his Protestant Sub- 
jects. 4to. London, 1681. [P. 50. (6-8.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1681. [Ii. 1. 31.] 

Religion and Loyalty supporting each other. 4to. London, 1681. 

[P. 50. (4.)] 

A Dialogue between Sam, Will, and Tom, upon the King's calling a 
Parliament to meet at Oxford. 4to. London, 1681. [P. 52. (13.)] 

Saywell (William) A Serious Inquiry into the Means of an Happy 
Union: or, What Reformation is necessary to prevent Popery, and to 
avert God's Judgments from the Nation. Written upon occasion of 
the Fast, and humbly offered to the Consideration of the Parliament. 
4to. London, 1681. [M. 14. SO.] 

L'Estrange (Sir Roger) A Reply to the Second Part of " The Character 
of a Popish Successor.'' 4to. London, 1681. [P. 47. (6.)] 

Johnson (Samuel) Julian the Apostate, being a short Account of his 
Life. 8vo. London, 1682. [N. 9. 36.] 



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ENGLISH HISTORY. 



Hickes (Giorge) Jovian; an Answer to Julian the Apostate. 8vo. 
London, 1683. [N. 9. 36.] 

Johnson (Samuel) Julian's Arts to extirpate Christianity ; with Answers 
to Constanthis the Apostate, and Jovian. 8vo. London, 1689. 

[N. 9. 35.] 

Remarks upon a late Popular Piece of Nonsense called Julian the Apos- 
tate, with a Vindication of the Duke of York, folio, London, 1682. 

[C. 5. 16.] 

A Letter from James Duke of Ormond in Answer to the Earl of An- 
glesey, Lord Privy Seal, folio, London, 1682. [C. 5. 23.] 

Answer to his Grace the Duke of Ormond's Letter, by the Earl of An- 
glesey, folio, London, 1682. [C. 5. 23.] 

Ah Address to the Freemen and Freeholders of the Nation. 4to. 

London, 1682. [M. 20. 4.] 
Part II. 4to. London, 1682. [P. 50. (5.)] 

An Address to the Freemen and Freeholders of the Nation, in three 
Parts. 4to. London, 1683. [E. 1. 2.] 

A Short Treatise of the Epidemical Diseases of these Times. 12mo. 
16— [M. 18. 14.] 

A Remonstrance of Piety and Innocence, containing the last Devotions 
and Protestations of several Roman Catholics, condemned and exe- 
cuted on Account of the Plot. Whereunto is added a Summary of 
Roman Catholic Principles, in reference to God and the King. 
12mo. London, 1683. [K. 8. 31.] 

Considerations upon Lord Russell's Speech to the Sheriffs, at the Place 
of Execution. 4to. London, 1683. [N. 8. 22 ] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1683. [P. .52. (3.)] 

Sherlock (William) Seasonable Reflections (in a Sermon) on the Dis- 
covery of the late Plot. 4to. London, 1683. [M. 15. 11.] 

Long (Thos.) A Compendious History of all the Popish and Fanatical 
Plots and Conspiracies against the Established Government in Church 
and State, in England, Scotland and Ireland, from A. D. 1558 to A. D. 

1684. 12mo. London, 1684. [Ff. 7. 42.] 

The Harmony of Divinity and Law, in a Discourse about not resisting of 
Soveraign Princes. 4to. London, 1684. [M. 14. 32.] 

Copies of Two Papers written by King Charles II. with a Copy of a paper 
written by the Duchess of York. 4to. London, 1086. [N. 8. 3.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1686.* [M. 14. 2.] 

Account of the Execution of the Duke of Monmouth, folio, London, 

1685. [C. 5. 16.] 

Sprat (Thomas, Bishop of Rochester) An Account of the Horrid Conspi- 
racy against the late King [Charles II.] his present Majesty, [James II. 
when Duke of York,] and the Government. Svo. London, 16s6. 

[II. 12. 42.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1686. [F. 16. 31.] 

• For the Controversial Tracts occasioned by the publication of theM? I'uper^. ^i* 
pp. 225, 226, supra. 



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767 



James II. 

The Life of James II. 8vo. London, 1702. [R. 10. 5.] 

Climax Panegyrica Vita? Serenissimi ac Celsissimi Principis, Jacobi 
Eboraci et Albania? Ducis : fabrefacta per T. Ramsjeum. 4 to. Lon- 
don, 1682. [M. 14. 13.] 

Fox (Right Hon. Chas. James) A History of the Early Part of the Reign 
of James II. 4to. London, 1808. [Gg. 1. 35.] 

Sandford (Francis) The History of the Coronation of King James II. 
and Queen Mary, folio, London, 1687. [O. 1. 21.] 

A True and Plain Account of the Discoveries made in Scotland of the 
late Conspiracies, folio, London, 1685. [C. 5. 16.] 

The Dying Speeches, &c. of those eminent Protestants, who suffered 
in the West of England and elsewhere under the cruel Sentence of 
Chief Justice Jeffries. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 20. 14.] 

The History of King James [IIJs Ecclesiastical Commission ; contain- 
ing all the Proceedings against the Bishop of London ; Archbishop of 
York ; Magdalen College, Oxford ; the University of Cambridge ; 
the Charter House at London ; and the Seven Bishops. 8vo. London, 
1711. [M. 19. 36.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 59. (16.)] 

A Letter from King James II. to the Archbishops, concerning Preach- 
ers. 4to. London, 1685. [P. 51. (21.)] 

A Letter concerning the Parliament of King James the Second. 4 to. 

[P. 14. (10.)] 

A Letter concerning King James's Declaration of Indulgence. 4to. 
London, 1687. [P. 45. (1.)] 

L'Estrange (Sir Roger) An Answer to a Letter to a Dissenter, upon 
occasion of his Majesty's Declaration of Indulgence. 4to. London, 
1687. [M. 15. 13.] 

A Letter from a Clergyman in the City to his Friend in the Country ; 
containing his Reasons for not reading the Declaration. 4to. 1688. 

CM. 15. 33.] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Reflections on his Majesty's Proclamation for Tolera- 
tion in Scotland. 4to. London, 1690. [P. 48. (2.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Reflections on his Majesty's Declaration for Liberty of 
Conscience. 4to. London, 1690. [P. 48. (3.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Answer to Mr. Payne's Letters concerning his Majesty's 
Declaration of Indulgence. 4to. London, 1690. [P. 48. (4.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Remarks on the Earl of Melfort's Letter to the Presby- 
terian Ministers in Scotland. 4to. London, 1690. [P. 48. (5.)] 

A Letter concerning the Bishops in the Tower in King James the Se- 
cond's Reign. 4to. [1688.] [P. 14. (11.)] 

A Popish Political Catechism. 4to. [P. 48. (15.)] 

A Letter to a Person of Quality concerning the ensuing Parliament. 
4to. [P. 48. (11.)] 

The Jesuit's Reasons Unreasonable : or Doubts proposed to the Jesuits 
upon their Paper presented to discover Persons of Honour for Non- 
exception from the Common Favour voted to Catholicks. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1688. [N. 8. 25.] 



768 



ENGLISH HISTORY. 



An Answer to the Bishops 1 Petition, for not distributing King James s 
Declaration for Liberty of Conscience. 4to. London, 1688. 

[P. 48. (16.); 

An Address to the Officers and Seamen of the Navy. 4to. [P. 48. (28. V 

The Anatomy of an Equivalent. 4to. [T. 48. (24.)] 

Coventry (Sir W.) Character of a Trimmer. 4to. [P. 48. (25.)] 

The Earl of Sunderland's Letter to a Friend, Jan. 29th, 1688. 4to. 

[N. 8. 22.] 

Parker (Samuel, Bishop of Oxford) A Discourse, sent to the late King 
James, to persuade him to embrace the Protestant Religion. 4to. 
London, 1690. [P. 44. (1.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 16. 31.] 

Fuller (William) A Brief Discovery of the true Mother of the pretended 
Prince of Wales. 8vo. London, 1696. [M. 19. 41.] 

Shaftoe (Frances) Narrative of her being in Sir Theophilus Oglethorpe's 
Family, her Ill-treatment in France, and Escape to England. 8vo. 
London, 1708. [M. 19. 21.] 

The several Declarations, with the Depositions made in Council, 
Oct. 22, 1688, concerning the Birth of the Prince of Wales. 4to. 

[P. 239. (15.)] 

The Great Bastard, Protector of the Little One ; done out of French ; 
and for which a Proclamation, with a Reward of 5000 Lewedores, to 
discover the Author, was publish'd. 4to. Cologne, [London] 1689. 

[M. 14. 32.] 

Reflections on a Paper intituled " His Majesty's Reasons for withdraw- 
ing himself from Rochester." Published by Authority. 4to. London, 
1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

A Funeral Oration upon the Death of the most High, most Mighty, most 
Excellent, and most Religious Prince, James the Second, King of 
Great Britain, spoken Sept. 19, 1702, in the Church of St. Mary de 
Chaillot, by Messire Henry Emmanuel de Rouqi ltte, Doctor of the 
Sorbonne, Abbot of St. Gildas de Rhuis. Done out of French. 4to. 
London, 1703. [M. 15. 10.] 

William III. 

The Life of William III. King of England. 8vo. London, 1703. 

[K. 11. 35.] 

Britannia Vindicata, sive Prosequutio in descriptione Vita; Wilhelmi 111. 
Regis, Carmine (usque ad annum 1692) cxhibita, per G. Wf.sthovium. 
4to. Dordraci, 1696. [M. 14. 9.] 

The Oration of Cicero for Marcellus, done into English. With an Ap- 
pendix relating to the Prince of Orange. 4to. London, ](>S!).[M. 15.33.] 

Burnet (Gilbert, Bishop of Sarum) An E>sny on the Memory of Queen 
Mary II. 12mo. London, 16*95. [II. 8. : J3.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1695. ] K. 13. 40.] 

A Complete History of the late Revolution, from the First IJise of it to 
this Present Time. 4to. London, 1691. [M. 1(5. 30.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1691. [P. 51. l.J 

The Third Declaration of the Prince of Orange. 4 to. 168S. [P. 14. (G/ 1 



WILLIAM III. 



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ha Thoughts of a Private Person, about the Gentlemen's Undertaking 
at York, Nov. 1688. Wherein it is shewed that it is neither against 
Scripture, nor Moral Honesty, to defend their just and legal Rights 
against the illegal Invaders of them. [By Dr. Wickham.] 4to. 1689. 

[M. 16. 32.] 

rhoughts on the Justice of the Gentlemen's Undertaking at York, 1688. 
4to. 1689. [N. 8. 22.] 

K Letter concerning the Triennial Bill. 4to. 1688. [N. 8. 22.] 

\k Answer to the City Minister's Letter from his Country Friend. 4to. 
1688. [N. 8. 22.] 

V Representation of the Threatening Dangers, impending over Pro- 
testants in Great Britain, before the coming of the Prince of Orange. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 16. 80.] 

1 Brief Justification of the Prince of Orange's Descent into England, 
and of the Kingdom's late Recourse to Arms. 4to. London, 1689. 

[M. 20. 14.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1689. [P. 51. (3.)] 

Steele (Sir Richard) The Crisis, or a Discourse representing the Causes 
of the Revolution. 4to. London, 1714. [P. 81. (1.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [M. 14. 11.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [Ii. 3. 38.] 

lemarks on Afr. Steele's Crisis, by one of the Clergy. 4to. [Ii. 3. 23.] 

Hae Public Spirit of the Whigs set forth, in their generous Encourage* 
naent of the Author of the Crisis. By Sir Richard Steele. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1714. [Ii. 3. 23.] 

■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [M. 14. 11.] 

The Proceedings of the Present Parliament, justified by the Opinion of 
the most judicious and learned Hugo Grotius, with Considerations 
thereupon. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 32.] 

In Enquiry into the Present State of Affairs ; and in particular whe- 
ther we owe Allegiance to the King in these circumstances ? And 
whether we are bound to treat with him, and call him back again, or 
not? Published by Authority. 4 to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

I Full and Impartial Account of all the Secret Consults, Negotiations, 
Stratagems, and Intrigues of the Romish Party in Ireland, from 1660 
to this present year 1689, for the Settlement of Popery in that King- 
dom. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

The Late Proceedings and Vote of the Parliament of Scotland, con- 
tained in an Address delivered to the King, signed by the Plurality of 
the Members thereof, stated and vindicated. 4to. Glasgow, 1689. 

[M. 14. 32.] 

Reasons and Protests of some Lords on Revolution Points. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1688-1689. [P. 51. (14.)] 

Ay Admonition to the Magistrates of England upon our New Settle- 
ment. [P. 51. (19.)] 

3 D 



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A Letter, writ by Mijn Heer Fagil, Penaioser of Holland, to Mr. James 
Stewart, Advocate ; giving an Account of the Prince and Princess of 
Orange's Thoughts concerning the Repeal of the Test and Test Laws. 
4to. London, 1688. [M. 14. 7.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1688. [P. 48. (8.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1688. [P. 51. (5.)] 

James Stewart's Answer to the " Letter writ by Mijn Heer Fagel," &c. 
4to. London, 1688. [M. 14. 7.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1688. [P. 14. (7.)] 

Hickeringill (Edmund) Modest Inquiries proposed to the Convention 
of Estates, assembled at Westminster, Jan. 22, 168*, concerning Bigot- 
ism or Religious Madness, Tests, Penal Laws in Matters of Religion, 
the Necessity of changing our Opinions in Religion, and Restraint of the 
Press. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 20. 14.] 

The Case of the People of England in their present Circumstances con- 
sidered. 4to. London, 1689. [N. 8. 25.] 

The Case of Allegiance considered. 4 to. London, 1689. [P. 44. (5.)] 

A Letter to a. Bishop concerning the Present Settlement and the New 
Oaths. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 24.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1689. [N. 8. 25.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1689. [P. 31. (5.)] 

A Conference concerning the Present Revolution. 4to. London, 1689. 

[P. 51. (2.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert) Two Papers against Poperv. 4to. Amsterdam, 1689. 

[P. 50. (2.)] 

The Cases stated concerning the Oaths of Allegiance. 4to. London, 
1689. [P. 51. (11.)] 

The Lawfulness of taking Oaths to King William. 4to. London, 1689. 
V . [P. 51. (7.)] 

A Conference on the Oath of Allegiance to King William. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1689. [P. 51.(8.)] 

The Case of the Oaths to King William stated. Ito. London, 1GS9. 

[P. 51. (DO] 

Considerations for taking Oaths to King William. Ito. London, 1089. 

[P. 51. (10.)] 

The New Oath of Allegiance justified, from the Original Constitution 
of the English Monarchy. 4to. London, 1(389. [M. 1G. 30.] 

A Vindication of those who have taken the New Oath of Allegiance to 
King William and Queen Mary, upon Principles agreeable to the Doc- 
trines of the Church of England. 4to. London. l(>8i). [M. 11.^2.1 

Reflections on our Late and Present Proceedings in England. 4to. 
London, 1689. [P. 44. (12.)] 

The Agreement betwixt the Present and Former Government. 4to. 
> London, 1689. [P. 44. (10.)] 

A Representation of the Dangers to Protestants before tbe Arrival of 
King William III. 4to. 1689. [P. 44. (8.)] 



WILLIAM III. 



771 



Tn Unreasonableness of a New Separation on Account of the Oaths 
to King William. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 15.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1689. [P. 44. <9.)] 

An Inquiry into the Reasons for abrogating the Test imposing on the 
Members of Parliament. 4to. London, 1689.* [P. 51. (6.)] 

His Majesties Most Gracious Speech to both Houses of Parliament, on 
Friday March 21st, 168D. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 7.] 

The Detestable Designs of France exposed: or the True Sentiments 
of the Spanish Netherlanders ; representing the Injustice of the King 
of France by his Declaration of War against his Catholick Majesty. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 37.] 

A Letter out of the Country, to a Member of this present Parliament ; 
occasioned by a late Letter to a Member of the House of Commons, 
concerning the Bishops lately in the Tower, and now under Suspension. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

— Another Copy. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 33.] 

Ajr Answer to two Papers, called A Lord's Speech without Doors, and a 
Commoner's Speech ; wherein their Objections against the present 
Management of Affairs are dissolved. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 20. 14.] 

A Free Conference concerning the present Revolution of Affairs in Eng- 
land.^ 4to. London, 1689. [L. 15. 21.] 

A Letter from a City Minister to a Member of Parliament ; being a 
Vindication of the Church of England Clergy for their owning and 
praying for King William and Queen Mary. 4to. London, 1689. 

[M. 15. 32.] 

Seven Papers, viz. I. Reasons of Laws against Popery ; II. Character 
of Popery ; III. Letter to the Author of "The Dutch Dtsign anato- 
mized IV. Tolgol, or the Project for repealing the Penal Laws ; 
V. Memorandums for the Election of Members of Parliament ; VI. He- 
raclitus Ridens redivivus; VII. Polybius on the Changes of Govern- 
ment. 4to. London, 1689. [P. 50. (1.)] 

The Healing Attempt : being a Representation of the Judgment of the 
Church of England according to the Judgment of her Bishops unto the 
end of Queen Elizabeth's Reign. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 16. 31.] 

Tkt Healing Attempt examined, and submitted to the Parliament and Con- 
vocation, whether it be healing or hurtful to the Peace of the Church- 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

Thr Doctrine of Non-Resistance or Passive Obedience, no way con- 
cerned in the Controversies depending between the William ites and the 
Jacobites. [By Edmund Bohun.] 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 15.] 

A Continuation of the History of Passive Obedience since the Reform- 
ation. 4to. Amsterdam, 1690. [M. 15. 15.] 

The History of Self Defence, in requital to the History of Passive Obedi- 
ence. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 15.] 

Reflections on the late History of Passive Obedience; wherein the Doctrine 
of Passive Obedience and Non-Resistance is truly stated and asscrud. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 15.] 

• Fop various publications relative to the Prerogative of the Crown, as to the dis- 
pensation of Penal Acts of Parliament, which were occasioned by the Revolution, see 
p. 482, supra. 

3 D 2 



772 



ENGLISH HISTORY. 



Seasonable Reflections on the History of Passive Obedience since the Re/or 
ation: wherein the true notion of Passive Obedience is settled and secui 
from the Malicious Interpretations of ill-designing Men. 4to. Londi 
1689-90. [M. 15. 15.] 

A Vindication of the Divines of the Church of England, who have .via 
Allegiance to King William and Queen Mary, from the imputations 
Apostasy and Perjury which are cast upon them upon that account in 
now published History of Passive Obedience. By one of those Dii u 
4to. London, 1689/ [M. 14. 30.] 

A Letter from a Person of Quality in the North to a Friend in Lond 
concerning Bishop Lake's late Declaration of his dying in the Be 
of the Doctrine of Passive Obedience, as the distinguishing Charac 
of the Church of England. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 15.] 

A Defence of the Profession which the Right Rev, Father in God \_Art, 
Lake'] late Lord Bishop of Chichester, made upon his death-bed, concern 
Passive Obedience and the New Oaths. Together with some Pawagei 
his Lordship's Life. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 15. 15.] 

A View of the True Interest of the several States of Europe, since 
Accession of their Majesties to the Imperial Crown of Great Britj 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 13.] 

A Vindication of the Letter from the North, as far as it concerns 
Person of Quality, in Answer to the * Defence of the Profession,' « 
of the said Bishop. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 15. 15.] 

The Case of Allegiance to a King in Possession. 4to. London, 1690 

[M. 14. i 

Allegiance Vindicated ; or The Takers of the New Oath of Allegi 
to King William and Queen Mary vindicated. ko. London, 169C 

[M. 15. 

The Dutiful Sons' Complaint to their Mother, the Church of Env 
concerning the late Elections. 4to. London, 1G90. [M. 15. 37 

A Vindication of the late Parliament of England. An. Dom. 
4to. London, 1690. [M. 14. 7.] 

Authority abused by the Vindication of the last Year's Transaction 
the Abuses detected. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 14. 7.] 

Brethren in Iniquity ; or the Confederacy of Papists with Secta 
the destroying of the true Religion as by Law established, 
detected. 4to. London, 1G90. [M. \o. M.] 

Several Letters, written by some French Protestants now n 
Germany from the Tyrannical Persecution of France, conce 
Unity of the Church : addressed to the King, Lords, Commoi 
bishops and Bishops, &c. of England. 1 to. London, 1(19 

[M. 

A List of such of the Names of the Nobility, Gentry, and C< 
of England and Ireland, (amongst whom aie several >V 
Children); who are all by an Act of a pretended Parliament a 
Dublin, May 7, 1689, before the late King James, attaint 
Treason. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 15. :j;J.] 

Wilson (Tim.) Conscience Satisfied, in a cordial and loyal s 
the present Government of King William and Q-ieen M 
Discourses ; justifying the Williamites against the Jac 
London, 1690. [M. 20. 36.] 



WILLIAM III. 



778 



A Journal of the Three Months 9 Royal Campaign of his Majesty in Ire- 
land ; together with a perfect Diary of the Siege of Lymerick. By 
Samuel Mullenaux. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 14. 7.] 

A Letter concerning the Disabling Clauses, lately offered to the House 
of Commons, for regulating Corporations. 4to. London, 1690. 

[M. 15. 32.] 

Sherlock (William) The Case of the Allegiance to Sovereign Powers, 
stated and resolved according to Scripture and Reason, and the Prin- 
ciples of the Church of England. 4to. London, 1691. [N. 8. 25.]] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1691. [P. 44. (13.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1691. [P. 51. (12.)] 

A Confutation of Errors in Dr. Sherlock's " Case of Allegiance** 4 to. 
London, 1691. [P. 51. (15.)] 

Modest Remarks on Dr. Sherlock's " Case of Allegiance*' 4to. London, 
1691. [P. 51. (14.)] 

Sherlock (William) A Vindication of the " Case of Allegiance," &c. 
4to. London, 1691. [N. 8. 25.] 

■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 169L [P. 51. [13.)] 

A Letter to Dr. Sherlock, in Vindication of that part of Josephus's History 
which gives an Account of Iaddus the High-Priest's submitting to Alex- 
ander the Great, while Darius was living, against the Answer to the 
piece intituled " Obedience and Submission to the Present Government." 
4to. London, 1691. [N. 8. 25.] 

Utrum Horum ; or God's Ways of disposing of Kingdoms ; and some 
Clergymen's Ways of disposing of them. 4to. London, 1691. 

[M. 14. 30.] 

The Weesil8, a Satyrical Fable : giving an Account of some A rgu men- 
tal Passages happening in the Lion's Court about Weesilion's taking 
the Oaths. 4to. London, 1691. [M. 14. 13.] 

The Anti-Weesils, a Poem: giving an Account of some Historical and Ar- 
gumental Passages happening in the Lyon's Court. 4to. London, 1691. 

[M. 14. 13.] 

Sprat (Thomas, Bishop of Rochester) A Relation of the Wicked Contri- 
vance of Stephen Blackhead and Robert Young, against the Lives of 
several Persons, by forging an Association under their hands. (2 parts.) 
4to. London, 1692. [M. 20. 13.] 

Coventry (The Hon. Sir William) The Character of a Trimmer ; and 
his Opinion of: 1. The Laws and Government; 2. The Protestant 
Religion; 3. The Papists; 4. Foreign Affairs. 4to. London, 1692. 

[M. 20. 13.] 

Solomon and Abiathar ; or the Case of the Deprived Bishops and 
Clergy discussed. 4to. London, 1692. [M. 16. 30.] 

Two Letters to a Friend, concerning a French Invasion, to restore 
James II. to his Throne. [By Dr. William Sherlock.] 4to. London, 
1692. [M. 16. 30.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1692. [N. 8. 22.] 

The Pretences of the French Invasion examined ; for the Information 

of the People of England. 4to. London, 1692. [M. 16. 30.] 
Another Copy. 4to. London, 1692. [N. 8. 22.] 



774 ENGLISH HISTORY. 

Some Short Remarks upon the Present State of Affairs, in a Letter to a 
Member of the Honourable House of Commons. 4to. London, 1692. 

[M. 14. 23.] 

The Protestant Mask taken off from the Jesuited Englishman. 4to. 
London, 1692-3. [M. 14. 23.] 

Pitts (Thomas) A new Martyrology ; or the Bloody Assizes ; compre- 
hending the Lives of those Protestants who fell in England from 1678 
to 1693. 8vo. London, 1693. [R. 13. 48.] 

An Answer to King James's last Declaration, dated St. Germain's, April 
17th, S. N. 1693. 4to. London, 1693, [N. 8. 22.] 

The Case of an Oath of Abjuration considered. 4to. London, 1693. 

[N. 8. 22.] 

Some Cautions for choosing Members of Parliaments. 4to. London, 
1695. [P. 50. (3.)] 

Blackmore (Sir Richard) History of the Conspiracy against the Person 
and Government of King William in 1695. London, 1723. 

[P. 168. (5.)] 

Histoire de la derniere Conspiration d'Angleterre [par Jacques Abbadie.] 
8vo. Londres, 1696. [G. 21. 31.] 

An Enquiry into the Nature and Obligation of Legal Rights; with 
respect to the Popular Pleas of the late K. James's remaining Right 
to the Crown. 4to. London, 1696. [N. 8. 26.] 

Moyle (Walter) An Argument, shewing that a Standing Army is incon- 
sistent with a Free Government, and absolutely destructive to the 
Constitution of the English Monarchy. First printed in 1696. 8vo. 
Works, Vol. Ill, [K. 7. 15.] 

A History of Standing Armies in England. 4to. London, 1698. 

[P. 31. (6.)] 

Another. Copy. 4to. London, 1698. [P. 44. (2.)j 

A Confutation of a late Pamphlet intituled ' A Later ballaneing the 
Necessity of keeping a Land Force in Times of Peace; with the Dan- 
gers that may follow on it.' 4to. London, 1698. QM. 15. 10. ] 

A True Account of the Land Forces in England. 4to. London, 10D0. 

[P. 1-1, (3.)] 

Ratio Ultima for a Compliance with the Government : argued in a Let- 
ter to a Person under dejection on the account of Peace. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1697. [N. 8. 22.] 

Gulielmus Pacificus : sive Oratio de Pace, felicissimis Gulielnii III. aus- 
piciis Regnis Britannia's totique propemodum Kun>p«iM-estituta : habita 
coram Academia Cantabrigiensi, 4 Non. Dcremb. 1 » i f > 7 - Authore 
Gulielmo Ayloffe, A.M. Academia^ Orat. Puhl. lto. Cantabrigian 

[M. II, -.,.] 

Reasons for passing the Bill against Vice and Immorality, lto. London, 
1699. [P. 44. (4.)] 

Corrupt Ministers the Cause of Public Calamities. 4to. London, 1 701 ■ 



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Swift (Jonathan) A Discourse on the Contests between the Nobles and 
Commons in Athens and Rome. 4 to. London, 1701. [P. 47. (2.)] 

Considerations upon corrupt Elections of Members to serve in Parlia- 
ment. 4to. London, 1701. [M. 14. 5.] 

Fowler (Edward, Bishop of Gloucester) Memoirs on the Life and Death 
of Queen Mary. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

An Essay upon the present Interest of England. 4to. London, 1701. 

[M. 14. 5.] 

A Copy of [Thomas Tenison] the Archbishop of Canterbury's Speech in 
the Painted Chamber, Feb. 19th 170$. 4to. [P. 31. (14.)] 

Kino William's Affection for the Church of England examined. 4to. 
London, 1703. [P. 51. (4.)] 

A Copt of a Letter from the Pastors and Professors of the Church and 
Academy of Geneva to William III. With his Majesty's Answer. 
8vo. London, 1708. [P. 270. (18.)] 

Tom Double returned out of the Country : or the True Picture of a Mo- 
dern Whig. 8vo. London, 1702. [L. 15. 9.] 

A Collection of all the Speeches, Messages, &c. of King William III. 
8vo. London, 1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

Anne. 

Temple (Sir William) On the Conjuncture of Affairs in October 1703. 
8vo. Miscellanea, Part I. [P. 274. (12.)] 

Memoirs of Queen Anne. Being a compleat Supplement to the History 
of her Reign. [By Gibson.] 8vo. London, 1729. [G. 24. 13.] 

Mackworth (Sir Humphrey) Vindication of the Proceedings of the 
House of Commons on the Bill for' preventing Danger from Occasional 
Conformity. 8vo. London, 1703. [P. 233. (6.)] 

A Modest Vindication of the French King, in which all the Arguments 
against Arbitrary Power and that Monarch are fully considered and 
answered ; and the infallible Advantages of Popery explained. 4to. 
London, 1703. [M. 15. 24.] 
Haversbam (Lord) Speech in the House of Lords. 1 705. [P. 48. (12.] 
Vindication of his Speech. 4to. [P. 48. (13.)] 

An Account of the late Scotch Invasion, as it was opened by my Lord 
Haversham in the House of Lords, Feb. 25, 1708. 8vo. London, 1709. 

[P. 274. (11.)] 

Be&neira (J. A.) Oratio de Utilitate Unionis Britannia; et Gloria ad 
Auctores ejus reditura, apud illustrissimum Angliae Senatum habita. 
4to. Londini, 1707. [M. 15. 24.] 

Friend (John) Account of the Earl of Peterborough's Conduct in Spain 
in 1706. 8vo. London, 1707. [M. 19. 26.] 

- Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1707. [P. 134. (3.)] 

A Letter from a Member of Parliament to his Friend in the Country ; 
giving a Short Account of the Proceedings of the Tackers, upon the 
Occasional and Self-denying Bills, the Act of Security in Scotland, and 
other Occurrences in the last Session of Parliament. 4to. [M. 14. 15.] 

The State of the War, and the Necessity of an Augmentation of the Army 
considered. 4to. London, 1708. [P. 14. (30.)] 



776 ENGLISH HISTORY. 

Two Letters to a Tory Member on the Management of the War. 8vo. 
London, 1709. [N. 9. 23.] 

A Third Letter, on the Negociations for Peace. 8vo. London, 1711. 

[N. 9. 23.] 

Withers (John) Truth Tryed : or Mr. Agate's pretended ' Plain Truth' 
proved an Untruth. In which the Dissenters are vindicated from the 
Charge of Rebellion and Irreligion. 8vo. Exon. 1709. [P. 314. (3.)] 

Withers (John) A Reply to Mr. Agate's two last Pamphlets, misnamed by 
him 1 A Defence of the Plain Truth/ 8vo. Exon, 1715. [P. 314. (2.)] 

Withers (John) The History of Resistance as practised by the Church of 
England. 8vo. London, 1715. [P. 59. (1.)] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1715. [F. 21. 21.] 

A Letter to the Examiner. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 275. (16.)] 

The Representation. [By Henry St. John, Vise. Bolingbroke.] 8vo. 
London, [1710.] [P. 239. (1 1.)] 

The Re- Representation : or a Modest Search after the Great Plunderers of 
the Nation. 8vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 10.] 

A Letter from a Foreign Minister in England to Monsieur Petticum ; 
containing the true Reasons for changing the Ministry and the calling 
of a new Parliament, &c. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 275. (7.)] 

True Passive Obedience restored in 1710. A Dialogue between a 
Country Man and a True Patriot. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 275. (8.)] 

Thoughts of an Honest Tory upon the present Proceedings of that 
Party. In a Letter to a Friend in Town. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[P. 275. (9.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [M. 20. 17.] 

The Whig's Address, exploding their Republican Principles. 8vo. 
London, 1710. [P. 275. (10.)] 

The Impartial Secret History of Arlus, Fortnnatus, and Odolphus, 
Ministers of State to the Empress of Grand Insula. 8vo. London, 
1710. [M. 20. 17.] 

A Letter from a Gentleman at the Court of St. Germain's to one of his 
Friends in England ; containing a Memorial about setting the Pretender 
on the Throne of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1710. [M. 20. 17.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [N. i). 25.] 

To the Wh — 's Nineteen Queries a Fair and Full Answer, by an Honest 
Torie ; purely for the publick good of his Country. 8vo. London, 
1710. [M. 20. 17.] 

A Dialogue betwixt Whig and Tory. 8vo. London. 1 710. [P. 116.(11.)] 

A Tale of the Robin Red-Breast, a Poem. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[L. 15. 10.] 

A Brief and Merry History of Great Britain, written originally in 
Arabic, and translated by Anthony Hilliar. 8vo. London, 17 — . 

[P. (57. (11,;] 

Faults on both Sides : or an Essay on the Original Cause, Progress, 
and Mischievous Consequences of the Factions in this Nation, with the 
Supplement. [By Clement.] 8vo. London, 1710. 

tm. 20. 17.] 

— — Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 50. (15.)J 



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Faults in the Fault-Finder ; or a Specimen of Errors in the Pamphlet enti- 
tled • Faults on both Sides: 8vo. London, 1710. [M. 20. 17.] 

Most Faults on one Side : an Answer to a Pamphlet intituled ' Faults on 
both Sides. 9 [By. Dr. Joseph Trapp.] 8vo. London, 1710. [L. 15. 9.] 

A Vindication of ' Faults on both Sides/ from the Reflections of the Pam- 
phlet entituled ' Most Faults on one Side/ 8vo. London, 1 710. 

[L. 15. 9.] 

Rogues on both Sides : in which are the Characters of some Rogues not yet 
described. 8vo. London, 1710. [L. 15. 9.] 

The Comparison: or Accounts on both Sides fairly stated. 8vo. London, 
1710. [L. 15. 9.] 

An Answer to that Part of ' Faults on both Sides, 9 which relates to the Defi- 
ciency of the English Army in Spain at the time of the Battle of Almanza* 
8vo. London, 1710. [N. 9. 23.] 

An Account of the Conduct of the Dowager Duchess of Marlborough, 
from her first coming to Court to the year 1710. In a Letter from 
herself to my Lord. 8vo. London, 1742. [G. 26. 9.] 

The Other Side of the Question : or an Attempt to rescue the Characters of 
Q. Mary and Q. Anne. In which Lights are thrown on our Court History 
from the Revolution to 1710. 8vo. London, 1742. [R. 11. 17.] 

A Succinct and Methodical History of the Proceedings in the first 
Session of Parliament, 9 and 10 Anne (Nov. 1710 — June 1711.) 8vo. 
London, 1712. [M. 19. 48.] 

The British Visions of Isaac Bickerstaff, sen. : being twelve Prophecies 
for the year 1711. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 275. (5.)] 

A Commentary upon the History of Tom Thumb. 8vo. London, 1711. 

[L. 15. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 67. (15.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 237. (5.)] 

Some Short Remarks upon the late Address of the Bishop of London 
[Dr. Compton] to the Queen, in a Letter to Dr. Smalridge. 8vo. 
London, 1711. [L. 15. 6.] 

Eleven Opinions about Mr. Harley ; with Observations. 8vo. London, 

1711. [M. 20. 10.] 
The Management of the War considered, in four Letters to a Tory 

Member. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 4. (18.)] 

An Answer to the Examination of The Management of the War. 8vo. 
London, 1711. [N. 9. 23.] 

The Conduct of the Allies and the late Ministry in beginning and carry- 
ing on the War. [By Dr. Jonathan Swift.] 8vo. London, 1711. 

[P. 146. (2.)] 

The AUies and the late Ministry defended against France, in Answer to 
" The Conduct of the Allies." [By Francis Hare, D.D.] 8vo. London, 
1711-12. [P. 146. (4-7.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711-12. [N. 9. 23.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London^ 1711. [M. 19. 8.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 4. (18.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 239. (8.)] 



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Remarks on a False, Scandalous, and Seditious Libel, intituled " The Cc 
duct of the Allies and the late Ministry, 1 ' Sfc. 8vo. London, 1711. 

[P. 146. (8 

A Defence of the Allies and the late Ministry, or Remarks on the Tor 

N*w Idol. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 146. (9.)] 
A Farther Search into the Conduct of the Allies and the Ministry, 

to Peace and War. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 146. (3.)] 
Another Copy. 3vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 21.] 

Bouchain : in a Dialogue between the late Medley and Examiner. 8^ 

London, 1711. [M. 19. 8.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [N. 9. 23.] 

An Impartial View of the late Parliament, together with the Affairs 

Convocation. 8vo. London, 1711. [D. 7. 38 ] 

A Vindication of the last Parliament, in four Dialogues between ! 
Simon and Sir Peter. 8vo. London, 1711. [D. 14. 52.] 

A Vindication of the Ministry from the Clamours raised against the 
upon occasion of the New Preliminaries. 8vo. London, 1711. 

[N. 9. 2: 

: Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 239. (4.)] 

The Devil in the Swine; or the Republican Herd choked. (A pi 

tended Sermon.) 8vo. London. [P. 108. (4.)] 
The Story of the St. Alban's Ghost; or the Appariiion of Motl 

Haggy. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 276. (6.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 28.] 

A Proposal for humbling Spain, written in 1711. 8vo. London, 17; 

[P. 108. (5 

The Secret History of the October Club, from its Original to tl 
Time. Svo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 10.] 

A Letter to a Member of the October Club : shewing that to yield Spj 
to the Duke of Anjou by a Peace, would be the Ruin of Great Brita 
8vo. London, 1711. [N. 9. 22.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [M. 20. 10.] 

The Character and Principles of the present Set of Whigs. S\ 

London, 1711. [L. 15. 6.] 
A Caveat against the Whigs, in a Short Historical View of their Trai 

actions since the Restoration of King Charles II. 8vo. Lonch 

1711. [L. 15. 9.] 

The Whigs' Appeal to the Tories. 8vo. London. 1711. "P. 239. ( 1 i 

A True Relation of the several Facts and Circumstances of the i 
tended Riot and Tumult on Queen Elizabeth's Hirtlwlav. Svo. Lo 
don, 1711. [P. 239. (9.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [ I\ £ 7 ; . ( J . f 

The Scotch Medal deciphered: and the New Hereditary Ri^ht Men di 

played. 8 vo. London, 1711. [N. 9. 22.] 
Oliver's Pocket Looking-Glass, new-fram'd and cl. an d, to ui\v a ck 

View of the Great Modern Colossus, begun hy Kin.; I'harlcs ; carry 



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on by King James ; augmented by King William ; and now finished in 
order to be thrown down in the glorious Reign of Queen Anne. 8vo. 
London, 1711. [M. 20. 10.] 

A Letter to Sir Jacob Bankes concerning the Miuehead Doctrine, which 
was established by a certain Free Parliament of Sweden to the utter 
enslaving of that Kingdom. QBy William Benson.] 8vo. London, 
1711. [N. 9. 22.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 59. (18.)] 

A Second Letter to Sir J — — B , by birth a Swede, but naturalized 

and a Member of the present Parliament ; wherein the late Minehead 
Doctrine is further considered. 8vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 1.] 

A Collection of all Her Majesty's Speeches, Messages, &c. from her 
Accession to the Throne to June 21, 1712. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[M. 20. 12.] 

A Collection of all the Addresses, &c. of the Lords and Commons to 
the Queen, since her Accession to the Throne. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[M. 20. 12.] 

The French Kino's Promise to the Pretender, with some Reflections 
upon it. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 24.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 79. (13.)] 

The Conduct of the Duke of Marlborough during the present War. 
With original Papers. 8vo. London, 1712. [D. 6. 5.] 

The Conduct of the Duke of Ormond in the Campaign of 1712. 4 to. 
London, 1715. [N. 8. 31.] 

The Duke of Monmouth's Vindication, in Answer to all his Enemies. 
8vo. London, 1712. [P. 239. (3.)] 

The Secret History of the Negociations at Gertruydenbergh. 8vo. 
London, 1712. [N. 9. 23.] 

The Validity of the Renunciations of Former Powers enquired into, 
and the present Renunciation of the Duke of Anjou, impartially con- 
sidered. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

The Offers of France explained. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 22.] 

The Conduct of Parties in England, especially those of the Whigs, 
against a Treaty of Peace. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 146. (1).] 

A Letter from a Tory Freeholder to his Representative in Parliament, 
upon her Majesty's Speech to Parliament on the subject of Peace, 
June 6th, 1712. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 2%r± 

The History of the Treaty of Utrecht. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[D. 6. 45.] 

The Case of the Duke of Marlborough, as designed to be represented 
by him to the House of Commons, in Vindication of himself from the 
charge of the Commissioners of Accounts in relation the 2$ per Cent. 
Bread and Bread Waggons. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 24.] 

A Speech without Doors, concerning the 2£ per Cent 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1712. [N. 9. 24.] 



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Mr. Walpole s Caie, in a Letter from a Tory Member of Parliament to 

his Friend in the Country. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 24.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

Walpole (Robert) The Debts of the Nation stated and considered, in 
four Papers. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 24.] 

Dutch Alliances : or a Plain Proof of their Observance of Treaties ; 
exemplified in the Particulars of their inhuman Treatment of their 
Friends and Confederates, the English, at Amboyna. 8vo. London, 
1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

An Enquiry into the Danger and Consequences of the War with the 
Dutch. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

The Justice and Necessity of a War with Holland, in case the Dutch 
do not come into his Majesty's Measures, stated and examined. 8vo. 
London, 1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

Some Remarks on the Letters between the L — d T d and Mr. Secre- 
tary B le. In a Letter to the Author of the Remarks on the Bar- 
rier Treaty. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 146. (10.)] 

Law is a Bottomless Pit* Exemplified in the Case of the Lord 
Strutt, John Bull, Lewis Frog, and Nicholas Baboon, who spent all 
they had in a Law-Suit. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 28.] 

John Bull in his Senses : — the Second and Third Parts of the pre- 
ceding Tract. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 28.] 

Appendix to John Bull still in his Senses. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[M. 19. 36.] 

The Character of a Popish Successor. 8vo. London, 1712. 

[P. 114.(4.)] 

The History of Ingratitude : or a Second Part of Antient Prece- 
dents for Modern Facts. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 13. 36.] 

Brodrick (Thomas) The History of the late War in the Netherlands. 
With an Abstract of the Treaty of Utrecht. 8vo. London, 1713. 

[G. 22. 1.] 

Observations upon the State of the Nation, in January 17[*. 8vo. 
London, 1713. [L. 15. 5.] 

. Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 22.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 239. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 146. (12.)] 

Walpole (Sir Robert) A Short History of the Parliament. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1713. [P. 79. (12.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 239. (10.)] 

An Answer to the Examiner's Cavils against the Barrier Treaty of 1 700. 

8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 24.] 
Some Thoughts concerning the Peace and the Thanksgiving appointed 
by Authority to be observed for it. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 2L 1 

Steele (Sir Richard) The Importance of Dunkirk considered. Svo 
London, 1713. [M. 19. 16.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 22. j 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 1 1 L (6. )'] 



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The Dutch better Friends than the French to England. 8vo. London, 
1713. [N. 9. 22.] 

The Trade with France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal considered. 8vo. 

London, 1713. [N. 9. 24.] 
A Dissuasive from Jacobitism ; showing what the Nation is to expect 

from a Popish King. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 59. (17.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 24.] 

John Bull's Last Will and Testament as it was drawn by a Welch 
Attorney. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 24.] 

A Postscript to John Bull ; containing the History of the Crown Inn, 
with Characters of some of the late Servants, and the Proceedings of 
the Trustees, to the coming of the New Landlord. 4 Parts, 8vo. Lon- 
don, (1713.) [L. 15. 15.] 

Gulielmus Redivivus, or King William the Second, lately revived from 
Paris. 8vo. London, 1713. [M. 19. 16.] 

Acts of Parliament no Security to Bad Peace- Makers, exemplified in the 
Life, Negotiations, Trial, Attainder, and Death of William De la Pole, 
Duke of Suffolk, Prime Minister in the reign of King Henry VI. 
Occasioned by a late Debate in Parliament on the State of the Na- 
tion. 8vo. London, 1714. [M. 19. 24.] 

An Inquiry into the Miscarriages of the four last years' Reign. Presented 
to the Freeholders of Great Britain against the next Election of a new 
Parliament. [By Dean Swift.] 8 vo. London, 1714. [P. 171.(2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1714. [N. 9. 25.] 

Steele (Sir Richard) An Apology for Himself and his Writings, occa- 
sioned by his Expulsion from the House of Commons. 4to. London, 
1714. [P. 24.(14.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [P. 31. (2.)] 

Steele (Sir Richard) Case of, being an Impartial Account of the Proceed- 
ings against him. 8vo. London, 1714. [P. 114. (7.)] 

The Public Spirit of the Whigs set forth in their generous Encourage- 
ment of the Author of the Crisis [Sir Richard Steele.]] 4to. London, 
1714. [li. 3.23.] 

Steele (Sir Richard) A Letter to a Member of Parliament, concerning the 
Bill for preventing the Growth of Schism. 4to. Lond. 1714. [Ii. 3. 23.] 

Steele (Sir Richard) The Englishman : being the Close of the Paper so 
called. With an Epistle concerning the Whiggs, Tories, and New 
Converts. 4to. London, 1714. [M. 14. 11.] 

Steele (Sir Rich.) The Englishman, No. 58. 4to. Lond. 1714. [li. 3. 23.] 

The Impeachment, or Great Britain's Charge against the M[inistr]y. 
4to. London, [1714.] [Ii. 3. 23.] 

A Vindication of the Earl of Nottingham, from the vile Imputations 
and malicious Slanders cast upon him in some late Pamphlets. 8vo. 
London, 1714. [P. 146. (13.)] 

A Certain Information of a Certain Discourse, that happened at a 
Certain Gentleman's House in a Certain County. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[L. 15. 40.] 

Revolution and Anti-Revolution Principles compared. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1714. [P. 131. (1.)] 

• Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1714. [P. 114. (3.)] 



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Patten (Robert) The History of tfie Rebellion in 1715. 8vo. London, 

1745. [P. 168. (4.)] 
The Declaration of the Bishops against the Rebellion in 1715. 4to. 

London, 1715. [P'. 14. (12.)] 

The Conduct of some People about pleading Guilty, with some Reasons 
why Mercy was not shewn to some who desired it. London, 1716. 

[P. 171. (6.)] 

The Thanks of an Honest Clergyman for Mr. Paul's Speech at Ty bourn,* 
July 13th, 1716. 8vo. London, 1716. [M. 20. 11.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1716. [N. 9. 24 ] 

Elements of Policy, Civil and Ecclesiastical, in a Mathematical Method. 
8vo. London, 1716. [M. 20. 11.] 

The Suspension of the Triennial Bill, the properest means to unite the 
Nation. [[Ascribed to Dr. Sykes.] 8vo. London, 1716. 

[M. 20. 26.] 

— Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1716. [N. 9. 20.] 

Hutcheson (Arthur) A Speech in the House of Commons April 24, 
1716, against the Bill for the Repeal of the Triennial Act ; with a List 
of the Members who voted for or against the Bill. 8vo. London, 1 722. 

[P. 233. (2.)] 

Copies of some Letters from Mr. Hutcheson to the late Earl of Sunder- 
land, and an Introduction to the same. 8vo. London, 1722. 

[P. 233. (4.)] 

The Detection considered, and the Designs of those who divided the 
Friends of Government set in a true Light. 8vo. London, 1717. 

[P. 239. (13.)] 

Papists not excluded from the Throne upon the account of Religion. 
8vo. London, 1717. [N. 9. 25.] 

Letters which passed between Count Gyllenborg, the Barons Gortz, 
Sparre, and others, relating to the Design of raising a Rebellion in his 
Majesty's Dominions. 8vo. London, 1717. [N. 9. 25.] 

Three Speeches against continuing the Army, as they were spoken in 
the House of Commons last Session, with the Reasons given by the 
Lords who protested against the Bill for punishing Mutiny and Deser- 
tion. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 270. (10.)] 

Postlethwayt (Matthew) The Moral Impossibility of the Happiness of 
Protestant Subjects under Popish Princes. 8vo. Norwich, 1719. 

[Gg. 3. 'jS.] 

Hoadly (Benjamin) A Collection of Papers printed in 1710. 8vo. 
London, 1718. [N. 9. 27.] 

Withers (John) A Vindication of the Dissenters from the Charge of 
Rebellion. 8vo. London, 1719. [P. 59. (3.)] 

Considerations on the State of the Nation. 8vo. London, 1 720. 

[P. <5. 21.; 

The Character of an Independent Whig. 8vo. London. 17 20. 

[P. (i. 21.] 

The Conspirators ; or the Case of Cataline. [With a Kov in MS ] 
8vo. London, 1721. [P. 239. (14.)] 



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Thb Case of Addressing considered, upon occasion of the Addresses to 
the Earl of Nottingham and to the Bishop of Chester. 4to. London, 
1721. [P. 14. (5.)] 

The Earl of Shaftesbury's Letters to Lord Molesworth. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1721. [P. 114. (12.)] 

Remarks on a Bill in the House of Lords for suppressing Blasphemy and 
Profaneness. 8vo. London, 1721. [R. 8. 56.] 

A Guide to the Electors of Great Britain ; being Lists of all those 
Members in the last Parliament who voted for or against Bills of the 
greatest importance, either to the Prerogatives of the Crown, or to 
the Privileges of the People. With a List of the Projectors, Erectors, 
and Directors of certain Companies which flourished in the year of 
Bubbles. 8vo. London, 1722. [P. 233. (5.)] 

A Collection of Advertisements, Letters and Papers, and some other 
Facts relating to the last Elections at Westminster and Hastings. 8vo. 
London, 1722. [P. 233. (3.)] 

Loyal Advice to Disaffected Subjects. 8vo. London, 1726. 

[P. 131. (2.)] 

George II. 

A Letter from a Gentleman in Worcestershire to a Member of Parlia- 
ment in London. 1727. [P. 171. (3.)] 

Hoadlt (Benjamin, Bishop of Winchester) An Enquiry into the Reasons 
of the Conduct of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 79. (1.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 6. 21.] 

Defence of" An Enquiry," &c. 8vo. London, 1729. 

[P 79. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1728. [P. 6. (21.)] 

The Craftsman Extraordinary, containing an Answer to Bishop Hoadly's 
Defence. By John Trot. {Caleb D'AxversJ] 8vo. London, 1729. 

[P. 79. (4.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 6. 21.] 

D'Anvers (Caleb) The Craftsman ; being a Critique on the Times. No. 
27. 8vo. London, 1727. [P. 6. 21.] 

The Advantages to Great Britain, from the approaching War. 8vo. 

London, 1727. [P. 6. 21.] 
The Approach of a War, and something of the Necessity of it. 8vo. 

London, 1727. [P. 6. 21.] 
Like well to Like : set forth in the History of Will Squelsh and Harry 

Halter. 8vo. London, 1 728. [P. 191. (1.)] 
Considerations on the Reasonableness and Necessity of encouraging the 

Seamen. 8vo. London. 1728. [P. 6. (21.)] 
Loyal Advice to disaffected Subjects. 8vo. London, 1728. 

[P. 113. (9.)] 

Observations on the Conduct of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1729. 

[P. 6. 21.] 

Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled " Observations on the Conduct of Great 
Britain." 8vo. London, 1729. [P. 6. 21.]' 

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786 ENGLISH HISTORY. 

A Review of the Transactions in Europe since the Peace of Utrecht 
8vo. London, 1729. [P. 6. 22.] 

Observations on the Treaty between Great Britain, France, and Spain, 
concluded Nov. 1729, at Seville. [P: 6. 22.] 

The Treaty of Seville, considered. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 6. 22.] 

Considerations on the Present State of Affairs. 8vo. London, 1730. 

[P. 6. 22.] 

A Defence of the Measures of the present Administration. 1731. 

[P. 6. 22.] 

The Case of Dunkirk stated. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 79. (3.)] 

Gibson (Edmund, Bishop of London) A Caveat against aspersing Princes 
and their Administration, applied to William Pulteney, Esq. and to 
Lord Viscount Bolingbroke. 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 69. (10.)] 

The Danverian History of the Affairs of Europe for the memorable year 
1731. 8vo. London, 1732. [P. 79. (7.)] 

Sedition and Defamation displayed, in a Letter to the Author of " The 
Craftsman." 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 79. (6.)] 

D'Anvers (Caleb) Reply to a Libel intitlcd " Sedition and Defamation 
displayed." 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 79. (5.)] 

Observations on the Writings of the Craftsman, Svo. London, 1730. 

[P. G. 22.] 

A Sequel to the above. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. G. 22.] 

An Answer to the above. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 6. 22.] 

A Letter to the Author 1 of the Craftsman. Svo. London, 1731. 

[P. G. 22.] 

Reply to the above, by Caleb D'Anvers. 8vo. London, 1731. 

[P. G. 22.] 

Letter to C. D'Anvers, on his " Reply" Svo. London, 1731. [P. G. 22.] 

Remarks on the above Letter. S/o. London, 1731. [P. G. 22.] 

An Answer to the " Remarks:' 8vo. London, 1751. [P. G. 22.] 

A final Answer to the " Remarks." 8vo. London, 1731. [P. G. 22.] 

The Case stated between the Craftsman and the People. Svo. London, 
1731. [P. 0.22.] 

Letter to the Craftsman, on the State of Affairs. Svo. London, 1734. 

LP. G. 22.] 

Budqell (Eustace) A Letter to the Craftsman, occasional by //is present- 
ing a Complaint to his Majesty against Sir Robert ll'alpnk. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1730. [P. 98. (12.)] 

Letter to Mr. Budgell relative to his Complaint against Sir Robert Wal- 
pole. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 98. (13.)] 

Budgell C Eustace J Liberty and Property : a Pamphlet necessary to be read 

by all Englishmen. 8vo. London, 1732. [P. 9S. ( 11. •] 
A Reply to Mr. Budgelis Pamphlet. Svo. London, 1 732. [P. 9S. (15.)] 
A Journal of the Spanish Expedition against Oran. Svo. London, 1 732. 



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787 



The Case of the Salt-Duty and Land-Tax. 8vo. London, 1 732. [P. 6. 22.] 

The Projected Excise considered. 8vo. London, 1733. QP. 6. 22.] 

The Conduct of the Opposition examined. 8vo. London, 1734. 

[P. 6. 22.] 

Observations on a Pamphlet, intitled ' An Answer to one Part of a late 
infamous Libel.' 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 165. (11.)] 

The Craftsman's Apology, being a Vindication of his Conduct and 
Writings. 8vo. London, 1732. [P. 67. (3.)] 

Arnold ( )' The natural Probability of a lasting Peace. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1732. [P. 108.(1.)] 

A Letter from a Dissenter to the Author of the Craftsman. 8vo. Lon- 
. . don, 1733. [P. 153. (4.) 

A Letter to the Craftsman upon the Change of Affairs in Europe by the 
War begun against the Emperor. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 135. (5.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 79. (8.)] 

The Conduct of the Opposition, and the Tendency of Modern Patriotism 
in making the Officers of the Army independent of the Crown, re- 
viewed and examined. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 135. (6.)] 
Considerations concerning the Publick Funds, the Publick Revenues, 
and Annual Supplies granted by Parliament. 8vo. London, 1735. 

[P. 79. (10.)]- 

A Series of Wisdom and Policy manifested in a Review of our foreign 
Negociations ; being an Answer to a Book called " Politicks on both 
Sides." 8vo. London, 1735. [P. 79. (11.)] 

Letters from a Persian in England to his Friend at Ispahan. 8vo. 
London, 1735. [G. 21. 20.] 

The Grand Accuser the greatest of all Criminals. 8vo. London, 1735. 

[P. 79. (9.)] 

A Dissuasive from Party and Religious Animosities. 8vo. London, 

1736. [P. 115. (7.)] 
Clarke (Alured) An Essay towards the Character of her late Majesty 

Caroline Queen-Consort of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1738. 

[P. 198. (3.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1738. [P. 89. (1.)] 

An Inquiry into the Merit of Assassination, with a view to the Cha- 
racter of Caesar*, and his Designs on the Roman Republic. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1738. [P. 135. (1.)] 

The Hue and Cry after Part of a Pack of Hounds which broke out of 
their Kennel at Westminster. With Modern Characters by another 
Hand. 8vo. London, 1739. [P. 233. (7.)] 

The Grand Question,— Whether War. or no War with Spain ?— impar- 
tially considered. 8vo. London, 1739. [P. 108. (3.)] 

The Convention vindicated from the Misrepresentations of the. Enemies 
of our Peace. 8vo. London, 1739. [P. 108, (G)] 

Onslow (Arthur) A Speech to George IT. on presenting Money-Bills. 
London, 1740. [P. 5. (17.)] 

Middleton (Conyers) Two Letters to a Member of Parliament concern- 
ing the present State of Affairs. 8vo. London, 1740-41. 

[P. 108. (7,8.)] 

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788 ENGLISH HISTORY. 

The Court Secret; a Melancholy Truth. 8vo. London, 1741. 

[Hh. 8. is.] 

Miscellaneous Thoughts on our Foreign and Domestic Affairs. Svo. 

London, 1741. [P. 108. (10.)] 
Morris (Corbin) Letter from a By-stander to a Member of Parliament. 

8vo. London, 1741. [P. 108. (9.)] 

Oldmixon (John) Memoirs of the Press, Historical and Political, for 
thirty years past. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 132. (2.)] 

Faction detected by the Evidence of Facts, containing an impartial View 
of Parties at Home, and Affairs abroad. 8vo. London, 1744. 

[P. 108. (11.)] 

Gibson (James) A Journal of the Siege and Capture of Cape Breton, &c. 
from the French: 8vo. London, 1745. [R. 18. 45.] 

The Importance and Advantage of Cape Breton truly stated, and im- 
partially considered. 8vo. London, 1746. [R. 18. 45.] 

The Occasional Writer; containing an Answer to the Second Manifesto 
of the Pretender's Eldest Son. 8vo. London, 1745. [P. 127. (1.)] 

The Question, Whether England can be otherwise than miserable under 
a Popish King? considered in a Short Address to the People of 
England. Svo. London, 1745. [P. 127. (9.)] 

Gibson (Edmund, Bishop of London) A Pastoral Letter to the People of 
his Diocese, occasioned by our present Dangers. With a Postscript, 
setting forth the Dangers and Mischiefs of Popery. 8vo. London, 

1745. [P. 127. (7.)] 

Squire (Francis) A Pastoral Epistle on the Occasion of the Present Un- 
natural Rebellion. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 127. (8.)] 

Chandler (Samuel) Great Britain's Memorial against the Pretender and 
Popery. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 328. (5.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 338. (14.)] 

The True Spirit of Popery displayed. Svo. Cambridge, 1746. 

[P. 127. (10.)] 

Sykes (A. A.) The Reasonableness of mending and executing the Laws 
against Papists. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 127. (4.)] 

Sykes (A. A.) An Enquiry how far Papists ought to be treated as good 
Subjects, and are chargeable with the Tenets commonly imputed to 
them. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 127. (5.)] 

Advice to the Roman Catholicks of England. 12mo. London. 

[P. 356. — .] 

Britain's Remembrancer; or, the Danger not Over. Svo. London, 

1746. [P. 127. (2.)] 

Finch (Richard) A Vindication of Mr. Foster's Account of the Earl of 
Kilmarnock. Svo. London, 1716. [P. 11 3. (12.) J 

Finch (Richard) A Defence of his " Vindication of Mr. Eorster s Ac- 
count." 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 115. (l .J.jj 

A Review of the Two late Rebellions, Historical, Political, and Moral. 
8vo. London, 1747. [P. 312. (2.)] 

A History of the Rebellion in 1745-46. Svo. Edinburgh, IMS. 



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Webster (William) A Vindication of his Majesty's Title to the Crown. 
8vo. London, 1747. [P. 95. (25.)] 

Owen (J.) Jacobite and Nonjuring Principles freely examined, in a Letter 
to the Master Tool of Faction at Manchester. 8vo. Manchester, 1748. 

[P. 127. (14.)] 

Rolt (Richard) A Representation of the Conduct of the Powers of 
Europe engaged in the War from 1739 to 1748. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 
1749. [Q. 4. 26-29.] 

The Living World, or the History of the last Fortnight, Nov. 6, 1750. 
8vo. [P. 165. (10.)] 

A Letter to Lord Egmont on the dangerous Ambition and overgrown 
Power of a certain Minister. London, 1750. [P. 149. (10.)] 

A Cobdial for Low Spirits. [By Thomas Gordon.] 3 vols. 12mo. 
1751. [D. 21. 2.] 

A Letter addressed to Two Great Men on the Prospect of Peace. 8vo. 
London, 1760. [P. 223.* (2.)] 

Remarks on the Letter addressed to Two Great Men. 8vo. London, 1760. 

[P. 223. (3.)] 

An Account of the Society for the Encouragement of British Troops in 
Germany and North America. Quebec, 1760. [P. 223. (10.)] 

George III. 

•Aiein (John) Annals of the Reign of King George III. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1825. 

Cambridge (Richard Owen) An Account of the War in India* 4to. 
London, 1761. [Q. 1. 29.] 

The Political. Controversy ; or Weekly Magazine of Ministerial and 
Anti-Ministerial Essays. With the Fortnight's Register, or Chronicle 
of Interesting Events. 8vo. London, 1762. [P. 223. (4.)] 

Letters between the Duke of Grafton, Mr. Wilkes, and others. 8vo. 

1769. '[F.M.ll.1 
Junius. — The Letters of Junius. 2 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1799. [Gg.7. 56, 57.] 

*The Letters of Junius, with a preliminary Dissertation and Notes, &c. 
By George Wood fall. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1812. 

An Address to the Protestant Dissenters of all Denominations on the 
Election of Members of Parliament, &c. 8vo. London, 1774. 

.[P- 321. (10.)] 

Burke (Edmund) Speech on presenting to the House of Commons a 
Plan for the better Security of the Independence of Parliament. 8vo. 
London, 1780. [Q. 4. 41.] 

Pulteney (William) The Effects to be expected from the East India Bill, 
upon the Constitution of Great Britain, if passed into a Law. 8vo. 
London, 1783. [Gg. 7. 20.] 

Popular Topics ; or the Grand Question discussed respecting tie King's 
Prerogative, the Privileges of Parliament, Secret Influence, and a 
System of Reform for the East India Company. 8vo. London, 1784. 

[Gg. 7. 20.1 

Considerations on the King's Insanity. 8vo. Lond. 1789. [Hh. 3. 40.] 

Burke (Edmund) Reflections on the Revolution in France, and on the 
Proceedings of certain Societies in London relative to that Event. &vo. 
London, 1790. [Gg. 7. 34.] 



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Mackintosh (James) Vindicia Gallicce. A Defence of the French Revo- 
lution. 8vo. London, 1792. [Gg. 5. 52.] 

Paine (Thomas) A Letter addressed to the Addressers on the late Pro- 
clamation. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 2. 35.] 

To the Great and Learned among Christians, the Humble Petition of a 
Number of Poor Loyal Unlearned Christians. 8vo. London, 1793. 

[Hh. 2. 43.] 

Morgan (William) Facts, addressed to the serious Attention of the 
People of Great Britain, respecting the Expence of the War, and the 
State of the National Debt. 8vo. London, 1796. [Gg. 7. 20.] 

Gifpord (John) A Letter to the Hon. Thomas Erskine ; containing some 
Strictures on his " View of the Causes and Consequences of the present 
War with France." 8vo. London, 1797. [Hh. 3. 41.] 

Aufrere (Antony) A Warning to Britons against French Perfidy and 
Cruelty. (Three Copies.) 12mo. London, 1798. [Hh. 4. 35,36,38.] 

Watson (Richard) An Address to the People of Great Britain. Svo. 
London, 1798. [Hh. 2. 43.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1798. [Hh. 3. 40.] 

Wakefield (Gilbert) A Reply to some Parts of the Bishop of Landafi 's 
Address to the People of Great Britain. 8vo. London, 1798. 

[Hh. 2. 43.] 

Observations upon Mr. Fox's Letter to Mr. Grey. 4to. [Gg. 1. 14.] 

Robinson (Thomas) An Address to the Inhabitants of the United King- 
dom of Great Britain and Ireland on the Termination of the War with 
France. 8vo. London, 1801. [Hh. 3. 28.] 

The Crisis of the Sugar Colonies : or an Enquiry into the Objects and 
probable Effects of the French Expedition to the West Indies. With 
Sketches of a Plan for settling the Vacant Lands of Trinidada. 8vo. 
London, 1802. [Hh. 3. 33.] 

A few Cursory Remarks upon the State of Parties during the Adminis- 
tration of the Right Honourable Henry Addington. Svo. London, 
1803. [Hh. 3. 33.] 

The Opportunity, or Reasons for an Immediate Alliance with St. Do- 
mingo. 8vo. London, 1804. [Hh. 3. 29.] 

War in Disguise, or the Frauds of the Neutral Flags. [By James Stl- 
phen, Esq. M. P.] 8vo. London, 1805. [Hh. 3. 29.] 

The Dangers of the Country. [By James Stephen, Esq. M. P.] Svo. 
London, 1807. [Gg. 6. 15.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1807. [Hh. 3. 20.] 

Substance of the Speech of Lord Viscount Sidmoi :tii upon the Motion of 
the Marquis of Stafford, in the House of Lords, on Mond.'iv, April 13th. 
1807. 8vo. London, 1807. [Hh. 7. 27.] 

Stephen (James) Speech in the Debate in the House of Commons. 
March 6th, 1809, on Mr. Whitbread's Motion relative to the late Over- 
tures of the American Government. With Remarks. 8vo. London, 
1809. [Hh. 3. 29.] 

Ferrier (Robert England) A Short Statement of a most Extraordinary 
Conspiracy, in a Letter to the King and H. R. H. the Prince of Wales 
8vo. London, 1810. [Gg. 7. 18.] 



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Highmobb (Nathaniel) A Letter to Henry Bankes, Esq. on the Abolition 
of Sinecures and the Reform of Abuses. 8vo. London, 1810. 

[Gg. 5. 27.] 

Hiohmobe (Anthony) A Letter to William Wilber force, Esq. relative to 
a Second Bill introduced by him to the House of Commons. 8vo. 
London, 1810. [Hh. 3. 41.] 

The Times ; or a Faithful Exposure of the Evils suffered by a large Por- 
tion of the People of England. 12mo. Workington, 1811. [Ff. 8. 50.] 

Wilbbr force (William) The Substance of Speeches on the Clause in the 
East India Bill, for the Promotion of the Religious Instruction and 
Moral Improvement of the Natives of the British Dominions in India, 
on June 22, July 1 and 12, 1813. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 6. 20.] 

The Substance of Lord Grenville's Speech on the Revival of the Slave 
Trade. 8vo. London, 1814. [Hh. 2. 31.] 

Clarke (F. L.) The Life and Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington. 
3 vols. 8vo. London, 18 — . [Gg. 6. 42-44.] 

The Speech of Earl Grey in the House of Lords, May 12th, 1817, on 
Lord Sidmouth's Circular. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 31.] 

Hone (William) Reformists' Register. 8vo. 1817. [Hh. 2. 41.] 

Brougham (Henry) A Letter to Sir Samuel Romilly, M. P. on the Abuse 
of Charities. 8vo. London, 1818. [Gg. 6. 30.] 

Another Copy, with an Appendix. 8vo. London, 1818. 

[Hh. 2. 31.] 

A Letter to the Right Hon. Sir Wm. Scott, in Answer to Mr. Brougham's 
Letter. 8vo. London, 1818. [Gg. 6. 30.] 

Substance of the Speech of the Right Hon. Lord Grenville in the House 
of Lords, November 30th, 1819, on the Marquis of Lansdown's Mo- 
tion. 8vo. London, 1820. [Hh. 7. 27 ] 



(3) Accounts op Military and Naval Expeditions, under- 
taken by the British Forces. 

Burchett (Josiab) Memoirs of Transactions at Sea during the War with 
France, beginning in 1688 and ending in 1697. 8vo. London, 1703. 

* * * [M. 19. 19.) 

Kane (Richard) Campaigns of King William and Queen Anne, from 1689 
to 1712. 8vo. London, 1745. [P. 161. (2.)] 

A Plain Relation of the late Action at Sea, between the English and 
Dutch and the French Fleets, from June 22 to July 5 last; with Re- 
flections thereupon and upon the Present State of the Nation. 4to. 
London, 1690. [M. 14. 7.] 

An Exact Account of the Siege of Namur. 4to. London, 1695. 

[M. 20. 13.] 

An Account given by Sir John Ashby, Vice-Admiral, and Reere-Admi- 
ral Rooke to the Lords Commissioners, of the Engagement at Sea be- 



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tween the English, Dutch, and French Fleets, June 30, 1690. 4to. 
London, 1691. [M. £0. 36,] 

A Full and Impartial History of the Expedition into Spain in the year 
1702, extracted from the Journals and Memoirs of the Generals. 8vo. 
London, 1704. [L. 15. 23.] 

Burchett (Josiah) A Complete History of the most remarkable Trans- 
actions at Sea. folio, London, 1720. [A. 5. 10.] 

Corbet (T.) Account of the Expedition of the British Fleet to Sicily in 
the years 1718, 1719, and 1720, under the command of Sir George 
Byng, Bart. 8vo. London, 1739. [A. 18. 80.] 

Gibson (James) A Journal of the Siege and Capture of Cape Breton from 
the French. 8vo. London, 1745. [R. 18. 45.] 

Cambridge (Richard Owen) An Account of the War in India. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1761. [a 1. 29.] 

Ormb (Robert) History of the Military Transactions of the British Na- 
tion, in Indostan. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1780. [A. 14. 17-19.] 

Drinkwater (John) A History of the Siege of Gibraltar. 4to. London, 
1786. [D. 23. 19.] 

* J ames (William) The Naval History of Great Britain. 5 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1824. 



iii. Civil History of England. — Documentary. 

(i) Treaties, State-Letters, and Negociations. 

Foedera, Conventiones, &c. inter Reges Angliae et alios quosvis Principes 
vel Communitates, ab anno 1101 ad nostra usque tern pora : accuran- 
tibus Thoma Rymer et Roberto Sanderson, collata et emendata studio 
Georgii Holmes. 20 vols, folio, Lon lini, 1727-35. [N. 5. 1-20.] 

Foedera, Conventiones, Litterae, et cujuscunque generis Acta Publico, 
inter Reges Angliae et alios quosvis Imperatores, Reges, Pontifkes, 
Principes, vel Communitates, abingressu Gulielmi I. in Angliam. A.D. 
1066, ad nostra usque tempora habita ant tractata : accurantibus 
Adamo Clarke, Joanne Caley, et Fred. Holbrooke. Vols. I. II. 
4 Partibus. folio, Londini, 181G-18-21. [Kk. 1. 43-46.] 

[Continued.] 

•Original Letters illustrative of English History, including numerous 
Royal Letters; from Autographs in the British Museum and one or 
two other Collections. With Notes and Illustrations. By Henry 
Ellis, Esq. Keeper of the MSS. in the British Museum. Second 
Edition. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1825. 

•Original Letters illustrative of English History, Me. By Henry Ellis. 
Second Series. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1827. 

Original Letters, written during the Reigns of Henry VI., Edward IV., 
and Richard III. by various Persons of rank unci consequence. Di- 
gested in Chronological order, with Notes, Historical and Explana- 
tory, by Sir John Fenn. 2 vols, in 1. 4to. London, 1?S7. 

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Miscellaneous State Papers from 1501 to 1726. [Published by Lord 
Hardwicke.] 2 vols. 4to. London, 1776. [Q. 3. 29,30.3 

A Collection of State Papers relating to Affairs in the Reign of Queen 
Elizabeth, from the year 1591 to 1596, left by William Cecil Lord 
Burghley. Edited by William Murdiit. folio, London, 1759. 

[Ff. 3. 24.] 

Letters and Memorials of State in the Reigns of Queen Mary, Queen 
Elizabeth, King James, King Charles I. part of the Reign of King 
Charles II., and Olivers Usurpation. By Sir Henry Sydney, Sir Phi- 
lip Sydney, and other distinguished Members of the Sydney Family. 
Transcribed from the Originals, and edited by Arthur Collins, folio, 
2 vols. London, 1746. [K. 23. 10,11.] 

Cabala ; sive Scrinia Sacra : Mysteries of State and Government in Let- 
ters of Illustrious Persons, &c. in the Reigns of Henry VIII., Eliza- 
beth, James L, and Charles I. folio, London, 1691. [Ff. 3. 23.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1691. [R. 2. 34.] 

Memorials of Affairs of State in the Reigns of Queen Elizabeth and King 
James I., collected (chiefly) from the Original Papers of the Right 
Hon. Sir Ralph Win wood, Knight. Edited by Edmund Sawyer. 3 
vols, folio, London, 1725. [C. 11. 23-26.] 

An Historical View of the Negotiations between the Courts of England, 
France, and Brussels, from the year 1592 to 1617. Extracted chiefly 
from the MS. State Papers of Sir Thomas Edmondes, Knt. and of An- 
thony Bacon, Esq. By Thomas Birch, M. A. 8vo. London, 1749. 

[O. 7. 2.] 

Original Letters and Memoirs, written by the Lord Chancellor Bacon, 
during the Reign of King James I. Corrected and published, with 
Remarks, by Robert Stephens, Historiographer Royal. 4to. London, 
1736. [K. 7. 33.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702. [R. 17. 10.] 

Letters from and to Sir Dudley Carleton, during his Embassy in Hol- 
land, from 1616 to 1620. With a Preface by Lord Hardwicke. 4to. 
London, 1775. [Q. 3. 31.] 

The Earl of Strafford e's Letters and Dispatches, edited by Sir G. Rad- 
cliffe. 2 vols, folio, London, 1739. [Q. 1. 10,11.] 

State Papers and Letters, from 1621 to 1674, collected by Edward Earl 
of Clarendon ; containing the Materials from which his History of the 
great Rebellion was composed, and the Authorities on which the Truth 
of his Relation is founded. 2 vols, folio, Oxford, 1767. [Q. 1. 1,2.] 

An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, from the beginning 
of the Scotch Rebellion in 1639, to the Murder of King Charles L 
By W. Nalson. 2 vols, folio, London, 1682-3. [Ff. 3. 21,22.] 

. Another Copy. Part I. folio, London, 1682. [1. 1. 25.] 

Articles of Peace, Intercourse, and Commerce, concluded between 
King Charles I. of England and Philip IV. of Spain, at Madrid, Nov. 
5, 1630. 4to. London, 1630. [L. 15. 37.] 

The Correspondence of King Charles I. (taken by Sir T. Fairfax, the 
Battle of Nasby-Field). 4to. London, 1645. [P. 14. (29.)] 



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A Collection of State Papers from 1638 to 1660, by John Thurloe, 
[Secretary of State during the Commonwealth.] Edited (with an Ac- 
count of his Life) by Thomas Birch. 7 vols, folio, London, 1742. 

[O. 5. 4-10.] 

Letters of State to most of the Sovereign Princes and Republics of 
{Surope, during the Administration of the Commonwealth. lto. 
Milton's Prose Works, Vol. II. [O. 5. 25.] 

A Collection of State Letters from the Restoration to the year 1688. 
By Roger Boyle, Earl of Orrery. 8vd. Dublin, 1743. 

[A. 18. 125,126.] 

A Relation of three Embassies from Charles II. to the Duke of 
Muscovie, the King of Sweden, and King of Denmark, performed by 
the Earl of Carlisle. 8vo. London, 1669. [R. 13. 83.] 

A Treaty Marine between King Charles II. and Lewis XIV. concluded 
at St. Germains-en-Laye, Feb. 24, 1675. 4to. London, 1697. 

[>I. 15. 37.] 

The State Letters of Henry Earl of Clarendon, Lord Lieutenant of Ire- 
land, during the Reign of James II. and his Lordship's Diary for the 
years 1687, 1688, 1689 and 1690. From the Originals in the pos- 
session of Richard Powney, Esq. With an Appendix from Arch- 
bishop Sancroft's Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library. 2 vols. 4to. 
Oxford, 1763. [O. 8. 13-14 ] 

Temple (Sir William) Select Letters written to the Prince of Orange, 
King Charles II. and Earl of Arlington, on important Subjects. 8vo. 
London, 1701. [L. 15. 7.] 

Letters by Sir Wra. Temple and other Ministers of State. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1700. [B. 6. 13,14.] 

Several Treaties of Peace and Commerce, concluded between the late 
King of Blessed Memory deceased, and other Princes and States. 
4to. London, 1686. [E. 1. 18.] 

A Memorial drawn by King William's Special Direction, intended to be 
given in at the Treaty of Reswick ; justifying the Revolution and the 
Course of his Government. In Answer to two Memorials that were 
offered there in King James's Name. 4to. London, 1705. 

[M. 14. 15/ 

State Papers, and Letters relating to Public Affairs in Great Britain, dur- 
ing the reign of King William III. and Queen Anne, collected by 
William Carstares. 4to. Edinburgh, 1 7 7 1. [Q. 19.] 

A Collection of Letters written by Charles I. and II. and James II. the 
King and Queen of Bohemia, Prince Rupert, the Duchess of Hanover, 
and others. Edited by Sir George Bromlky. Syo. London, 1 7S7. 

[D. iM. 1:3.; 

The Letters and Correspondence of Henry [St. John] Lord Viscount 
Bolingbroke, during the time he was Secretary of State to Queen 
Anne. With some State Papers, Explanatory Notes, and a Translation 
of the Foreign Letters, &c. By Gilbert Parke. 1 vols. Svo. London, 
1798. [1.24.16-19.] 

Minutes of the Negociations of Mons. Mr.sNu;i;i; at the Court < f Enii- 
, land, towards the Close of the Last Reign ; written by himself. Svo. 
London, 1717. [E. 7. 37.] 



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Letters in the Original [French] with Translations, and Messages, that 
passed between the King, Queen, Prince, and Princess of Wales, on 
occasion of the Birth of the Young Princess, in 1737. 8vo. 

[P. 108. (2.)] 

Convention between Great Britain and Spain. 4to. London, 1739. 

[P. 16. (15.)] 



(2) Parliamentary Proceedings and Reports. 

The Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England from the Earliest 
Times to the Restoration of King Charles II. Collected from Records, 
&c. A. D. 1066, to A. D. 1660. 24 vols. 8vo. London, 1762-63-61. 

[O. 6. 18-41.] 

A Complete Collection of Protests from the year 1641 to the year 
1737. 8vo. London. 1737. [G. 26. 10.] 

A Collection of the Debates and Proceedings in Parliament in 1694 and 
1695, upon the Inquiry into the late Briberies and Corrupt Practices. 
(With the Supplement.) 4to. London, 1695. [M. 20. 13.] 

Report from the Commissioners for Examining the Public Accounts of 
the Kingdom. 8vo. London, 1703. [P. 275. (14.)] 

The Report of the Commissioners for Taking, Examining, . and Stating 
the Public Accounts of the Kingdom. With the Depositions at large 
of Sir Solomon Medina, Knight, John Montgomery, Esq. and Capt. 

' William Preston. 8vo. London, 1711. [P. 274. (6.)] 

Report from the Commissioners appointed to Take, Examine, and De- 
termine the Debts due to the Army, &c. 8vo. London, 1713. 

[P. 275. (15.)] 

Report from the Select Committee, appointed to inquire into the State 
of the Public Records of the Kingdom ; with an Analysis of the Prin- 
cipal Matters in the various Records, &c. preserved in the several 
Public Repositories, folio, 1800. [Ff. 1. 23.] 

Reports from the Commissioners, appointed by his Majesty to execute 
the Measures recommended by a Select Committee of the House of 
Commons, respecting the Public Records of the Kingdom, 1800-1819. 
2 vols, folio. 

Commissions and Annual Abstracts of Reports of the Commissioners on 
the Public Records of the Kingdom ; with a Statement of the Mea- 
sures executed or in Progress under the Authority thereof, 1807-1812. 
folio. [Ff. 1. 24.] 

Commissions, and Annual Abstracts of Reports of the Commissioners 
on the Public Records of the Kingdom, &c. 1800-1812. (Two Copies.) 
folio. [Ff. 1. 25,26.] 

Report of the .Select Committee upon the Improvement of the Port of 
London, folio, 1801. [Kk. 7. 7.] 

Abstract of the Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act passed 
in the 41st year of King George III. for taking an Account of the Po- 
pulation of Great Britain, and the Increase or Diminution thereof. 
2 vols, folio, 1802. [M. 20. 15,16.J 

Another Copy. 2 vols, folio,. 1802. [Kk. 7. M.] 



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Abstract of similar Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act 
passed in the 51st year of King George III. folio, 1812. [Kk. 1. 35.] 

Another Copy. (Two Copies.) folio, 1812. [Kk. 7. 3,4.] 

Abstract of similar Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act 
passed in 1 Geo. IV. folio, 1822. [Kk. 5.19.] 

Abstract of the Answers and Returns, made pursuant to an Act passed in 
the 43d year of King George III. for procuring Returns, relative to 
the Expences and Maintenance of the Poor in England. Ordered, by 
the House of Commons, to be printed July 1804. folio. [Kk. 1. 32.] 

Eight Reports of the Commissioners for executing an Inland Naviga- 
tion from the Eastern to the Western Sea by Inverness and Fort Wil- 
liam, lblio, 1804-11. [Kk. 7. 7.] 

Five Reports of the Commissioners for making Roads and building 
Bridges in the Highlands of Scotland, folio, 1804-11. [Kk. 7. 6.] 

Reports from the Committee on the Public Expenditure of the United 
Kingdom, folio, 1807-19. [Kk. 7. 8 ] 

The Reports of the Surveyor- General of his Majesty's Land Revenue, 
ordered by the House of Commons to be printed in 1798, 1802, 1806, 
and 1809. folio. [Reprinted] London, 1812. [Kk. 1. 29-31.] 

The First and Second Reports of the Commissioners of his Majesty's 
Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, in obedience to the Acts of 34 
Geo. IIL^ap. 75, and 50 Geo. III. cap. Go. folio, London, 1812-16. 

[Kk. 1. 29-31.] 

Abstract of the Returns of Charitable Donations for the benefit of Poor 
Persons, made by the Ministers and Churchwardens of the several 
Parishes and Townships in England and Wales, 1786-1788. Ordered, 
by the House of Commons, to be printed in 1816. 2 vols, folio. 

[Kk./l. 55,36.2 

Account of Benefices and Population, Churches, Chapels, and their Capa- 
city, Number and Condition of Glebe Houses, and Income of all Be- 
nefices not exceeding 150/. per annum, folio, 1818. [Kk. 7. 5.] 

Abridgement of the Abstract of the Answers and Returns made pursuant 
to 65 Geo. III. for procuring Returns relative to the Poor in Eng- 
land. Ordered to be printed March 3d and April 20th, ISIS, folio, 

[Kk. 1. 33,34.] 

Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during the 
Session of 1812-13. folio, Vols. Ill— VI. VIII— XL 

[Kk. 7. 9-1.5.] 

Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during 
the Session of 1813-14. folio, Vols. Ill— VII. IX. XII and XIII. 

[Kk. 7. 16-24.] 

Reports, &c, presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during 
the Session of 1814-15. folio, Vols. III. IV. VI— XIII. 

[Kk. 7. 25-34.] 

Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during 
the Session of 1816. folio, Vols. Ill— XIV. XVII— XIX. 

[Kk. 7. 35-.-J8. Kk. o\ 1—1 1. ] 
Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during 
the Session of 1817. folio, Vols. Ill— VIII. X— XVI. 

[Kk. (>. \ 2-H. 

Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during tin 
Session of 1818. folio, Vols. Ill— XVII. [Kk. 6. 25-M.] 



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Reports, &c. presented to the Houses of Lords and Commons, during 
the Session of 1819. folio, Vols. I— VIII. X— XVIII. 

[Kk. 5. 1-18.] 



iv. Ecclesiastical History of England. 

(1) General Ecclesiastical Histories. 

Venerabilis Bedje Historiae Ecclesiastics Gentis Anglorum Libri V. 

folio, Cantabrigiae, 1643. [I. 12. 18.] 
Bedae Historiae Ecclesiastica?. Quibus accesserunt Anglo-Saxonicae 

Leges et ultimae Leges Henrici I. Guilielmo Lambardo interprete. 

folio, Cantabrigiae, 1644. [I. 12. 19.] 

Bedae Historia Ecclesiastica, una, cum reliquis ejus O peri bus Historicis, 
cura et studio Joannis Smith, folio, Cantabrigiae, 1712. [H. 13. 23.] 

Bedae Historia Ecclesiastica. folio. Inter Scriptores Rerum Britamica- 
rum. [D. 10. 2.] 

Bedae Historia Ecclesiastica. folio. Inter Operum Tom. I. [M. IS. 17.] 
Whartoni (Henrici) Anglia Sacra : sive Collectio Historiarum, partim 
antiquitus, partim recenter, scriptarum de Arcbiepiscopis et Episcopis 
Angliae. 2 tomis, folio, Londini, 1691. [G. 10. 22,23.] 

Exemplar aliud. 2 tomis folio, Londini, 1691. [P. 2. 7,8.] 

Godwin i (Francisci) de Praesulibus Angliae Commcntarius : omnium 
Episcoporum, necnon et Cardinalium ejusdem gentis, Nomina, Tempora, 
Seriem, atque Actiones maxime memorabiles ab ultima antiquitate re- 
petite complexus. 4to. Londini, 1616. [F. 20. 24.] 

Godwini (Francisci) De Praesulibus Angliae Comraentarius. Recognovit 
et continuavit Guil. Richardsonus. folio, Cantabrigiae, 1743. 

[N. 5. 29.] 

A Treatise of the Three Conversions of England from Paganism to 
Christian Religion. 8vo. 1603. [C. 16. 5.] 

Pabreri (Matthaei, Cantuariensis Archiepiscopi) De Antiquitate Britan- 
nicae Ecclesiae, et nominatim do Privilegiis Ecclesiae Cantuariensis, et 
de Archiepiscopis ejusdem LXX. Historia. folio, Hanoviae, 1605. 

[I. 13. 15.] 

Harpsfeldii (Nicolai) Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica. Adjecta brevi 
Narratione de Divortio Henrici VIII. Regis ab uxore Catharina, et ab 
Ecclesiae Catholicae Romanae Discessione, scripta ab Edmundo Cam- 
piano, folio, Duaci, 1622. [I. 12. 21.] 

Broughton (Richard) The Ecclesiastical History of Great Britaine, de- 
duced by Ages or Centenaries, from the Nativity of our Saviour to the 
happy Conversion of the Saxons, folio, [Doway] 1633. [C. 4. 10.] 

Alfordi (alias Griffith, Michaelis) Fides Regia Britannica : sive Annales 
Ecclesiae Britannicae, a Christi nato ad annum 1159. 4 tomis, folio, 
Leodii, 1663. [1. 12. 14-17.] 

Usserii (Jacobi) Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates. Quibus in- 
serta est pestiferae ad versus Dei gratiam a Pelagio Britanno in Eccle- 
siam inductee Haerescos Historia. 4to. Dublini, 1639. [F. 19. 4.] 



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Fulls a (Thomas) The Church History of Britain, from the Birth of 

Christ until the year 1647. folio, London, 1655. [R. 15. 7.] 
Another Copy, folio, London, 1655. [D. 13. 20.] 

The Appeal of Injured Innocence unto the Religious, Learned, and Inge- 
nious Reader, in a Controversy between the Animadverter, Dr. Peter 
Heylin, and the Author, Thomas Fuller, folio, London, 1659. 

[E. 9. 29.] 

Heylyn (Peter) Keifitjkia Ecclesiastica, or Historical and Miscellaneous 
Tracts. To which are added, a Defence of the Right of Peerage of 
the English Bishops, and an Account of the Life of the Author, folio, 
London, 1681. [1.1. 23.] 

Lloyd (William, Bishop of Saint Asaph) An Historical Account of 
Church-Government as it was in Great Britain and Ireland, when they 
first received the Christian Religion. 8vo. London, 1684. 

[N. 9. 42.] 

Stillingfleet (Edward) Origines "Britannicct ; or the Antiquities of the 
British Churches. With a Preface concerning some pretended Anti- 
quities relating to Britain, in Vindication of the Bishop of St. Asaph, 
folio, London, 1710. [I. 4. 22.] 

Stillingfleet (Edward) Origines Britannic a ; or the Antiquities of the 
British Churches, folio, London, 1685. [B. 2. 22.] 

Ihett (John) Origines Ecclesiastics; or a History of the English 
Church ; beginning where Bishop Stillingfleet has ended his History of 
the British Church, and continued till the Norman Conquest, folio. 
London, 1704. [E. 5. 15.] 

Collier (Jeremy) Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, chiefly of 
England, from the first planting of Christianity to the end of the reiun 
of Charles II. 2 vols, folio, London, 1708, 1714. [l>b. 1. 40,41.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols, folio, 1708, 1714. [Bb. 1. 42,43.] 

Le Neve (John) Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae ; or an Essay towards de- 
ducing a Regular Succession of all the principal Dignitaries in each 
Cathedral, Collegiate Church or Chapel in England and Wales, to the 
year 1715. folio, London, 171G. [R. 2. 21.] 

•Grant (Johnson) A Summary of the History of the English Church, 
and of the Sects .which have departed from its Communion ; with An- 
swers to each Dissenting Body, on its pretended Grounds of Separation. 
Vols. I.— IV. 8vo. London, 1811-25. 

Southey (Robert) The Book of the Church. Third Edition. 2 vol>. 
8vo. London, 1821. [ti. 8. 2,3.] 

Butler (Charles) The Book of the Rowan Catholic Chin e//, in a Serif* of 
Letters addressed to Robert Southey, Esq. on his " Booh of' the Church.'' 
Second Edition. 8vo. London 9 1825. [Ii. 8. -1.] 

Town send (George) The Accusations of History against the Church of 
Rome. Second Edition. 8vo. London. 182<i. [Ii. 8.5.] 

Philpotts (Henry) Letters to Charles Butler, l.sq. on his Book ol the 
Roman Catholic Church. 8vo. London, 18-2(1. [Ii. 8. ().] 

White (Blanco) Practical and Internal Evidence against Catholicism. 
Second Edition. 8vo. London, IS 20. [Ii. 8. 7.] 

Butler (Charles) Vindication of the Bo A rf the lUsium Catholic Cin.nL 
8vo. London, 1825. [Ii. 8. 8.] 



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799 



Southey (Robert) Vindiciae Ecclesise Anglicanae. The Book of the. 
Church vindicated and amplified. 8vo. London, 1826. [Ii. 8. 9.] 

Philpotts (Henry) A Supplemental Letter to Charles Butler, Esq. 8vo. 
London, 1826. [Ii. 8. 6.] 

Townaend (George) Supplementary Letter to Charles Butler, Esq. in 
Reply to his Vindication of the Book of the Roman Catholic Church, 
point by point throughout. 8vo. London, 1826. [Ii. 8. 5.] 



(2) Ecclesiastical History of England during particular 
periods, and memoirs, &c. relative thereto. 

Hetlin (Peter) Ecclesia Restaurata : The History of the Reformation of 
the Church of England, folio, London, 1674. [Cc 2. 9.] 

Burnet (Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury) The History of the Reformation 
of the Church of England ; with Supplement. 3 vols, folio, London, 
1679-81-1715. [I. 1. 20-22.] 

■ Another Copy. 3 vols, folio, London, 1715. [Ff. 3. 9-11.] 

■ Another Copy. 3 vols, folio, London, 1715. [Cc. 1. 7-9.] 

A Letter to the Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, concerning a Book 
called ' A Specimen of Some Errors and Defects in the History of the 
Reformation of the Church of England,' by Anthony Harmer. [i. e. 
Henry Wharton.] 4to. London, 1693. [M. 15. 24.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1693. [P. 44. (11.)] 

Burnet (Gilbert) An Introduction to the Third Volume of the History of • 
the Reformation of the Church of England. 8vo. London, 1714. 

fL. 15. 40.] 

Speculum Sarisburianum : Remarks on the Introduction to the Third Volume 
of Bishop Burnet's History of the Reformation. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[M. 19. 50.] 

Burnet (Gilbert) The History of the Reformation abridged. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1682. [R. 13. 7.] 

An Abridgment of the Third Volume of Bishop Burnet's History of the 
Reformation. 8vo. London, 1728. [P. 319. (1.)] 

St&tpb (John) Ecclesiastical . Memorials : relating chiefly to Religion 
and the Reformation of it, and the Emergencies of the Church of 
England under Henry VIII., Edward VI. and Queen Mary. 3 vols, 
folio, London, 1721. [F. 13. 27-29.] 

Strype (John) Annals of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, 
and other various Occurrences in the Church of England, during the 
first twelve years of Queen Elizabeth's happy Reign. Second edi- 
tion. 4 vols, folio, London, 1725. [E. 2. 1-4.] 

Fox (John) The Book of Martyrs, containing an Account of the Suffer- 
ings and Death of the Protestants in the reign of Queen Mary the first. 
Revised and corrected, with a recommendatory Preface by the Rev. 
Mr. Madan. folio, London, 1760. [Cc. 1. 12.] 

Taylor (Matthew) England's Bloody Tribunal : An Account of the 
Lives and Sufferings of the most Eminent Protestant Martyrs, from 
the reign of Henry IV. to the end of the reign of Mary I. 8vo. 
London, 1773. [Hh. 8. 18.] 



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A Compendious Histoet of the Rise and Progress of the Reformation 
the Church, in England, from Popish Darkness and Superstition 
Together with an Account of Non-conformity, and the Grounds thereo 
since the said Reformation. 8 vo. London, 1715. [M. 20. 24.] 

Bennet (Benjamin) A Memorial of the Reformation (chiefly in Englanc 
and of Britain's Deliverances from Popery and Arbitrary Power, &• 
8vo. Edinburgh, 1748. [R. 10. 36.] 

Ward (Thomas) England's Reformation, from the time of King Hem 
VIII. to the end of Oates's Plot. (A Poem in four cantos.) 12m 
2 vols. London, 1715. [M. 17. 32,33.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1719. [A. 19. 104.] 

•Soames (Henry) The History of the Reformation of the Church of En< 
land, during the Reign of King Henry VIII. 3 vols. 8vo. Londo 
•1826. 

Lewis (John) The Life of John Wickliffe. 8vo. London, 1 720. 

[B. 7. 48 

Gilpin (William) The Lives of John Wickliffe and of the most eminei 
of his Disciples. 8 vo. London, 1765. [F. 23. 4.] 

F1DDE8 (Richard) The Life of Cardinal Wolsey. folio, London, 1 724. 

[E. 2. 12 

Strype (John) Memorials of Thomas Cranmer, sometime Archbishop « 
Canterbury, collected from Records, Registers, Authentick Letters, an 
other Original Manuscripts, folio, London, 1G94. [K. 2. 21.] 

Whiston (William) An Enquiry into the Evidence of Archbishop Cra 
mer's Recantation. 8vo. London, 1736. [P. 86. (6.)] 

Gilpin (William) The Life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. 8' 
London, 1755. [A. 18. 112.(1.)] 

Ridley (Glocester) The Life of Nicholas Ridley, sometime Bishop 
London, shewing the Plan and Progress of the Reformation. 
London, 1763. [O. 8. 15.] 

Gilpin (William) The Life of Bernard Gilpin. 8vo. London, 175 J. 

[A. 18. 

Strype (John) The Life of Mathew Parker, first Archbishop of C; 
bury in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, folio, London, 1711. 

[N. 

Strype (John) The Life and Acts of Edmund Grindal, first Bisl 
London, and the second Archbishop of York and Canterbury, f 
sively, in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth, folio, London, 1710. 

Paule (Sir George) The Life of John Whitgift, Archbishop of 
bury. 4to. London, 1612. [M. 20. 19.] 

Hacket (John) A Memorial offered to the great Deservings 
Williams, D. D., Lord Keeper of the Great Seal, Bishop of 
and Lord Archbishop of Y*rk ; containing a Series of the 
markable Occurrences and Transactions of his Life, in re 
Church and State, folio, London, 1693. \K. i>. 1 1 .] 

Philips (Ambrose) The Life of John Williams, Lord Keeper of 
Seal, Bishop of Lincoln and Archbishop of York, in the reign 
T and Charles I. 8vo. Cambridge, 1700. [I). 7. 6.] 



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801 



kiMow (Nath.) The Lives of the English Bishops, from the Restaura- 
ftaon to the Revolution. 8vo. London, 1731. [R. 10. 32.] 

axb (John, Bishop of Ossory) A Declaration of Edraonde Bonner's 
Articles, concerning the Cleargye of London Dyocese, whereby that 
execrable Anty-Cbryste is in his righte colours reveled. 8vo. London, 
1561. [G. 8. 38.] 

7XLLI (Joannis, Episcopi Sarisburiensis) Apologia Ecclesiee Anglicans. 
18mo. Ambergae, 1606. [K. 16. 28.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1692. [R. 14. 84.] 

swell (John, Bishop of Salisbury) Defence of his Apology for the 
Church of England, in Reply to M. Harding. Works, folio. 

[Ff. 2. 10.] 

■ Another Copy. Works, folio. [Ff. 3. 4.] 

aetwbioht (Thomas) A Directory of Church Government. 4to. 

[N. 8. 16.] 

faiTGiFT (John) An Answere to a certen Libel, intituled " An Admoni- 
tion to the Parliament/' 4to. London, 1572. [C. 20. 37.] 

k Answere to a certain Libel Supplicatorie, or rather Diffaraatory, 
and also to certain Calumnious Articles and Interrogatories, both 
printed and scattered in Secret Corners, to the slaunder of the Eccle- 
siasticaH State, and put forth under the name and title of a Petition 
directed to her Maiestie. 4to. London, 1592. [M. 20. 34.] 

> Survey of the Pretended Holy Discipline, containing the Beginning, 
Success, Parts, Proceedings, Authority, and Doctrine of it. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1593. [E. 20. 19.] 

rowke (Thomas) The Story of the Ordination of our First Bishops in 
Queen Elizabeth's Reign, at the Nag's Head Tavern in Cheapside, 
thoroughly examined and proved to be a late-invented, inconsistent, 
■elf-contradicting, and absurd Fable. 8vo. London, 1731. [N. 7. 42.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1731. [R. 12. 76.] 

he Case of Ordination considered. 8vo. London, 1712. [P. 59. (6.)] 

abxow (William, Dean of Chester) The Svmme and Svbstance of the 
Conference, which it pleased his Excellent Maiestie to haue with the 
Lords Bishops, and other of his Clergie (at which the most of the 
Lords of the Councell were present) in his Majesties Privie-Chamber, 
at Hampton Court, lanuary 14, 1603. Whereunto are added, some 
Copies (scattered abroad) vnsauory, and vntrue. 4to. London, 1625. 

[M. 20. 19.] 

— • Another Copy. 4to. London, 1625. [N. 8. 18.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1638. '[Ii. 1. 30.] 

indicia Ecclesi£ Anglicanae ; or a Justification of the Religion now 
Professed in England. 4to. London, 1630. [Ff. 6. 57.] 
ertaine Considerations touching the better Pacification and Edification 
of the Church of England. 4 to. London, 1630. [L. 15. 37.] 

Another Copy. 4to. [M. SO. S7.] 

isrwiCK (Joannis) Tlpa&ic rw Evicncoirvy. Sive Apologeticus ad Prae- 
sules Anglicanos Criminum Ecclesiasticorum in Curia Celsse Commis- 
sionis. 8?o. 1636. [M. 16. 34.] 

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Dow (Christopher) Innovations unjustly charged upon the Present Churc 
and State; an Answer to Henry Burton's 4( Apologie of an Appeale 
&c. 4to. London, 1C37. [M. 19. 32.] 

Heylyn (Peter) A Briefe and Moderate Answer to the Seditious an 
Scandalous Challenges of Henry Burton, in his Sermons preach* 
Nov. 5, 1636, and in the Apologie prefixt before them. 4to. Londoi 
1637. [M. 19. 32.] 

Laud (William, Archbishop of Canterbury) A Speech delivered in tl 
Star-Chamber, June 14, 1637, at the Censure of John Bastwick, Hem 
Burton, and William Prinn ; concerning pretended Innovations in tl 
Church. 4to. London, 1637. [M. 19. 82.] 

Another Copy. 4to. [N. 8. 19.] 

Certain Considerations touching the Church of England. 4to. 1640, 

[N. 8. 24 

Bancroft (Richard, Archbishop of Canterbury) Dangerous Positions ai 
Proceedings, published and practised with this Island of Britaine, und 
pretence of Reformation and for the Presbyter iall Discipline, collect! 
and set forth. 4to. London, 1640. [Ff. 7. 75.] 

— - Another Copy. 4to. London, 1640. [N. 8. 39.] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London. [M. 19. 7.] 

Laudensium AvTOKaraKpiais, the Canterburians Self-Conviction : or i 
Evident Demonstration of the avowed Arminianisme, Poperie, and T; 
rannie of that Faction, by their owne Confessions. [By Robert Baillii 
4to. London, 1641. [Hh. 9. 69.] 

Aston (Sir Thomas) A Remonstrance against Presbytery, exhibited 
divers of the Nobilitie, Gentrie, Ministers, and Inhabitants of f 
County Palatine of Chester, with the Motives of that Kemonstran 
Together wi^h a Short Survey of the Presbyterian Discipline ; an 
Briefe Review of the Institution, Succession, Jurisdiction of the anc 
and venerable Order of Bishops, found to bee instituted by the A 
ties, continued ever since, grounded on the Lawes of God, and • 
agreeable to the Law of the Land. 4to. 1641. [M. '20. 20.] 

A Protestant's Account of his Orthodox Holding in Matte 
Religion on the difference in the Church, humbly submitted i 
Censure of the Church of England. 4to. Cambridge, lh*42. 

[X. 8 

A Directory for the Publiqnc Worship of God throughout the 
Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Together with a' 
nance of Parliament for taking away the l>ook of Common- Pra* 
for establishing and observing of this Directory throughout the 
dom of England and the Dominion of Wales, 4to. London, 1( 

[i 

The 5th of November : or, The Popish and Seliismatical Keb 
their horrid Plots, fair Pretences, and bloody Practices, weir 
against another, and in opposition unto both Two things 
L That the Supreme Authority of establishing, reforming. : 
eating Religion is placed in the King; ~\ That Religion is 
established or reformed in blood. 4to. Oxford, 1014. [N T . 

Noli me Tangere: or, a Thing to be thought on, scilicet, Y 
Sacrae clamantis ab Altare ad Aquilam sacrilcgam, " N\»li ? 
neteperdam." 4to. [N. 8. 38.] 



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Prynnb (Wm.) Suspension Suspended ; or tlie Divines' of Syon College 
late Claim of the Power of suspending scandalous Persons from the 
Lord's Supper, examined and refuted. 4to. London, 1646. [N. 8. 33.] 

Bbwards (Thomas) Gangraena : or a Catalogue and Discovery of many 
of the Errors, Heresies, Blasphemies, and pernicious Practices of the 
Sectaries of the time, vented and acted in England in these last four 
years. 3 parts in 2 vols. 4to. London, 1646. [E. 19. 2,3.] 

Walker (Clement) The History of Independency, with the Rise, Growth 
and Practises of that Powerfull and Restlesse Faction. Parts I. II. 
and III. 4to. London, 1648-1651. [M. 20. 21.] 

Walker (John) An Attempt towards recovering an Account of the Num- 
bers and Sufferings of the Clergy of the Church of England, Heads of 
Colleges, Fellows, &c. who were sequestred, harassed, &c, in the times 
. of the Grand Rebellion, folio, London, 1714. [R. 2. 26.] 

Remarks thereon by John Withers and Dr. Edmund Calamy. 8vo. 
London, 1717-19. [R. 10. 54.] 

Remarks on Dr. Walker's late Preface to his " Attempt" fyc. by John 
Withers. 8 vo. London, 1717. [F. 21 . 2 1 .] 

Brown (Humphrey) The Ox Muzzled and Ox-ford Dried : or, a Vindi- 
cation of the Church's Rights against all her Sacrilegious Enemies. 
4to. London, 1649. [N. 8. 88.] 

Bramhall (John) A Just Vindication of the Church of England from the 
Unjust Aspersion of Criminal Schism. 12mo. London, 1654. 

. [E. 18. 25.] 

The Examination of Tilenus before the Triers ; in order to his intended 
Settlement in the Office of a Public Preacher in the Commonwealth of 
Utopia. Whereunto are annexed the Tenents of the Remonstrants 
toucning those five Articles voted, stated and imposed, but not dis- 
puted,, at the Synod of Dort. QBy Dr. Laurence Womock, afterwards 
Bishop of St. David's.] 12mo. London, 1658. [F. 16. 19.] 

A Plba for Non-Subscribers, or the Grounds and Reasons of many 
Ministers in Cheshire, Lancashire, and the Parts adjoining, for their 
refusal of the late Engagement, modestly propounded, either for re- 
ceiving of Satisfaction (which they most desire), or of Indemnitie, till 
Satisfaction be laid before them, (which they cannot but expect.) 4to. 
1650. [N. 8. 36.] 

Thobndike (Herbert) An Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of 
England, folio, London, 1659. [B. 4. 11.] 

Pearson (John) No Necessity of Reformation of the Publick Doctrine of 
the Church of England. 4to. London, 1660. [N. 8. 34.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1660. [N. 8. 40.] 

The History of the English and Scotch Presbytery. Wherein is dis- 
* covered their Designs and Practises for the Subversion of Government 
in Church and State. 8to. Villa-Franca [London,] 1660. [M.7. 6.] 

Gauden (John) ANAAY2I2. The Loosing of St. Peter's Bands ; set- 
ting forth the true Sense and Solution of the Covenant in point of 
Conscience, so far as it relates to the Government of the Church by 
Episcopacy. 4to. London, 1660. [N. 8. 40.] 



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Gauden (John) Considerations touching the Liturgy of the Church of 
England, in reference to his Majesty's gracious Declaration, and in 
order to an happy Union in Church and State. 4to. London, 1661. 

[N. 8. 40.] 

A Petition for Peace, with the Reformation of the Liturgy ; as it was 
presented to the Right Rev. the Bishops, by the Divines appointed by 
his Majestie's Commission to treat with them about the Alteration of 
it. 4to. London, 1661. £M. 15. 27.] 

Womock (Laurence) The Solemn League and Covenant arraigned and 
condemned. 4to. London, 1661. [Ff. 7. 87.] 

L'Estrange (Sir Roger) Interest mistaken for the Holy Cheat ; proving 
from the undeniable Practises and Positions of the Presbyterians, that 
the Design of that Party is to enslave both King and People under the 
masque of Religion. By way of Observation upon a Treatise intituled 
"The Interest of England in the matter of Religion, &c." 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1661. [M. 7. 10.] 

Papa Patens, or the Pope in his Colours : being a perfect Relation of 
his bloody Designs and Practises against the Kingdoms of England, 
Scotland, France, and Ireland, since the beginning of the reign of 
Q. Elisabeth, <&c. 4to. London, 1662. [N. 8. 37.] 

Thorndike (Herbert) Just Weights and Measures : That is, the present 
State of Religion weighed in the Balance, and measured by the Standard 
of the Sanctuary. 4to. London, 1662. [D. 19. 7.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1662. [H. 7. 14.] 

Considerations concerning the Act of Uniformity, with an Expedient 
for the Satisfaction of the Clergy within the Province of Canterbury. 
4to. London, 1663. [N. 8. 40.] 

A Review of the Grand Case of the Present Ministry. Whether they 
may lawfully declare and subscribe as by the late Act of Uniformity 
is required. 12 mo. London, 1663. [G. 8. 45.] 

Wasse (William) The Loyal Protestant : or Reasons for Subscription to 
the Laws and Government of the Church of England. lSmo. Lon- 
don, 1667. [D. 17. 38.] 

A Brief Account of the New Sect of Latitudinarians : together with 
some Reflections upon the New Philosophv. 4to. London, 1GC>9. 

[M. 15. 13.] 

Eachard (John) The Grounds and Occasions of the Contempt of the 
Clergy and Religion enquired into. 8vo. London, 1670. [D. 15. 13.] 

The Principles and Practices of certain Moderate Divines of the Church 
of England (greatly misunderstood) truly represented and defended. 
[By Edward Fowler.] 8vo. London, 1(570. [D. 14. 27.] 

The true Character of a Church-Man. 4to. [P. 11. (7.)] 

Another Copy. 4to. [P. 48. (17.)] 

Rosemary and Bayes : or Animadversions upon the Kehearsall Trans- 
prosed. 4to. London, 1672. [M. UQ. Is.] 

A Seasonable Discourse, shewing the Necessity of maintaining the 
Established Religion in opposition to Popery. 4 to. London, 107 J. 

[X. 8. 37.} 

An Apology and Advice for some of the Clergy, who sutllr under false 
and scandalous Reports: written on occasion of the Second Part of the 
Rehearsal Transpros'd. 4to. London, 1674. [M. 20. 13.] 



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k. Representation of the State of Christianity in England, and of its 
Decay and Danger from Sectaries as well as Papists. 4to% London, 
. 1674. [M. 20. 36.] 

k Serious and Compassionate Inquiry into the Causes of the present 
Neglect and Contempt of the Protestant Religion and Church of Eng- 
land. 8vo. London, 1674. QL. 15. 34.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1675. [N. 9. 60.] 

Fabricii (I. S.) De Unitate Ecclesiae Britannicae Meditationes Sacra. 

8vo. Oxonii, 1676. [F. 7. 7.] 
Puller (Timothy) The Moderation of the Church of England considered 
as useful for allaying the present Distempers, which the Indisposition 
of the Time hath contracted. 8vo. London, 1679. [M. 6. 25.] 

Tra Case of .the Church of England briefly and truly stated, in the Fun- 
damental Principles of a Christian Church. 8vo. London, 1681. 

[L. 19. 38.] 

Directions concerning Preachers, issued by command of King James II. 

4to. London, 1685. [M. 15. 87.] 
- Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1685. [N. 8. 24.] 

A New Test of the Church of England's Loyalty. 4to. London, 1687. 

[P. 51. (15.)] 

i— — Another Copy. 4to. London, 1687. [N. 8. 22.] 
Burnet {Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury) An Answer to a Paper entitled 
" A new Test of the Church of England's Loyalty.* 4to. London, 1690. 

[P. 48. (6.] 

A Reply to the « New Test: 4to. London, 1687. [P. 51. (16.] 

Reflections upon the ' New Test* and the ' Reply.' 4to. London, 1687. 

[N. 8. 22.] 

Smb. [Parker] Ld. Bp. of Oxon, his celebrated Reasons for abrogating 
the Test, and Notions of Idolatry, answered by Samuel Archdeacon of 
' Canterbury. 4 to. London, 1688. [M. 14. 7.] 

A Letter to James Stewart, giving an account of the Prince and Princess 
of Orange's Thoughts concerning the Repeal of the Test, and the 
Penal Laws. By Myn Heer Fagel. 4to. 1688. [N. 8. 22.] 

Proceedings against the Bishop of London [Dr. Compton] before the 
Ecclesiastical Commissioners. 4to. London, 1688. [N. 8. 22.] 

The History of K. James's Ecclesiastical Commission. 8vo. London, 
1711. [N. 9. 22.] 

Sprat (Thomas) Two Letters to the Earl of Dorset, 1689, concerning the 
Ecclesiastical Commission. 8vo. London, 1711. [N. 9. 22.] 

A Defence of the King's Declaration for Liberty of Conscience. 4to. 
London, 1688. [P. 45. (7.)] 

A Defence of the Ordinations and Ministry of the Church of England. 
4to. London, 1688. [P. 24. (1.)] 

Stlllihgfleet (Edward) A Discourse concerning the Unreasonableness 
of a new Separation, on account of the Oaths. With an Answer to the 
History of Passive Obedience so far as relates to them. 4to. London, 
1689. [N. 8. 26.] 

Williams (John) .Vindication of a Discourse concerning the Unreason- 
ableness of a new Separation, on account of the Oaths, from the Ex- 



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ceptions made against it, in a Tract called A Brief Answer 
Discourse, &c. 4to. London, 1691. [N. 8. 26.] 

A Discourse concerning the Ecclesiastical Commission opem 
Jerusalem Chamber, Oct. 10, 1689. 4to. London, 1689. [I 

The Case of Persecution, charg'd on the Church of England, < 
and discharged, in order to her Justification, and a desir'd 
Protestant Dissenters. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 30.] 

Burnet (Gilbert) An Apology for the Church of England, witl 
to the Spirit of Persecution for which she is accused. 4to. 
1690. [P. 48. (7.)] 

A Glance on the Ecclesiastical Commission : being a Discoi 
cerning the Power of making and altering Ecclesiastical Law 
settling Religion. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 15. 33.] 

An Answer to Vox Cleri, &c. examining the Reasons agains 
any Alterations and Abatements in order to a Comprehen 
shewing the Expediency thereof. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 

A Letter concerning the present State of Religion amongst us. 

A Modest Apology for the Suspended Bishops. 4to. London, 

Anglicani Novi Schismatis Redargutio ; sive Tractatus ex Hist< 
cle&iasticis, quo ostenditur Episcopos, injuste licet depositos, • 
successoris Communionem nunquam refugisse. Graece et 1 
Cod, MS. Editore Humphredo Hody. Oxonii, 1691. [M. 

- A Vindication of the Deprived Bishops ; asserting their 
Rights against a Lay-Deprivation, against the Charge of S< 
managed by the late Editors of an Anonymous Baroccian ] 
Henry Dodwell.] 4to. London, 1692. [M. 14. 22.] 

Johnson (Samuel) Notes upon the Phenix Edition of the Pastor 
4to. London, 1694. [M. 14. 22.] 

The Jesuits' Memorial for the intended Reformation of Engla 
their first Popish Prince. Published from the Copy presenter 
James II. with an Introduction, and some Animadversions. B* 
Gee. 8vo. London, 1690. [L. 7. 16.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1690. [Gg. 7. 25.] 

Directions to our Archbishops and Bishops for preserving o 
the Church and the Purity of the Christian Faith, concerning 
Trinity. By His Majesty's Special Command. 4to. Londor 

[M 

Woodward (Josiah) An Account of the Rise and Progress of 
gious Societies in the City of London, &c. 12mo. London, 1 

Another Copy. 12mo. York, 1800. [Ff. 8. 7-j.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. York, 1800. [Mh. 1. 22.*] 

Another Copy. 12mo. York, 1800. [Hh. 7. 3 2.] 

— Another Copy. 12mo. Huddersiicld. [Hh. 4. 27.] 

A Full Account of the Rise, Progress, and Advantages of I 
ton's Proposal for the Benefit of Widows of Clergymen a 
lfcmo. London, 1700. [P. 348. (1 1).)] 



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Tax Question of the Authority of the English Arch-bishops, and Bi- 
shops, examined; 4to. [P. 45. (12.)] 
A Letter against the Translation of Bishops. 4 to. London, 1701. 

[P. 45.(16.)] 

Thk.ee Tracts upon Liberty of Conscience, with a Letter to a New 
Member of Parliament. 4to. 1701. [P. 45 (8.)] 

A Letter concerning High and Low Church. 4to. London, 1704. 

[P. 48. (27.)] 

- — ■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 1704. [N. 8. 23.] 

A Just and Impartial Character of the Clergy of the Church of 
England, occasioned by her Majesty's most gracious Bounty, in giving 
her whole Revenue of First Fruits and Tenths for the Augmentation 
of Poor Livings. 4to. London, 1704. [M. 14. 15.] 

Union to the Church of England freely offered, and earnestly recom- 
mended to the Dissenters from it. 8vo. London, 1704. [M. 19. 41.] 

A Letter concerning some Reproaches cast upon the Bishops. 4to. 

CP. 48. (19.)] 

A Just Character of the Clergy of the Church of England. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1704. [P. 48. (18.)] 

Fn Distinction of High Church and Low Church, distinctly considered 
and fairly stated. 8vo. London, 1705. [L. 15. 25.] 

Tu$ Memorial of the Church of England. 4to. London, 1735. 

[P. 40. (16.)] 

Dodwell (Henry) A Case in View considered ; in a Discourse proving 
that in case the deprived Bishops shall leave all their Sees vacant, we 
shall not be obliged to keep up Separation from those Bishops who are 
as yet involved in the Guilt of Schism. 8vo. London, 1 705. [L. 15. 39.] 

Dodwell (Henry) Occasional Communion, fundamentally destructive of 
the Discipline' of the Primitive Catholick Church. 8vo. London, 1705. 

[L. 15. 23.] 

Che Low Church-men vindicated from the Charge of being No-Church- 
Men. [By John Hancock.] 8vo. London, 1706. [P. 114. (2.)] 

1 View of the Great Encomiums and Praises attributed to our Holy 
Mother the Church of England : not only by her Sons at Home, but 
by Strangers abroad, for the Excellency of her Doctrine, Government, 
Worship and Discipline. With a List of their Names. 8vo. London, 
1708. [P. 274. (10.)] 

Iickes (George) An Apologetical Vindication of the Church of Eng- 
land. With an Appendix relating to the Schisms of the Church of 
Rome. 8vo. London, 1 706. [P. 1 1 1 . (3.)] 

Iickes (George) A Modest Plea for the Clergy ; wherein their Origi- 
nal, Antiquity, and Use are considered, and the Occasions of their 
present Contempt. 8vo. 1709. [L. 17.26.] 

Vise (Thomas) A Seasonable and Modest Reply to a Pamphlet called 
" A Seasonable and Modest Apology in behalf of the Rev. Dr. G. 
Hicks." 8vo. London, 1710. [D. 6. 49.] 

'he True Character of a Churchman, shewing the false Pretences to 
that Name. 4to. London. [N. 8. 27.] 

taxRETiENS sur la Correspondence Fraternelle de l'Eglise Anglicane, avec 
lea autres Eglises Reformees. 8vo. Amsterdam, 1707. [M. 8. 18.] 



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New High Church turned Old Presbyterian. London, 1709. [N.9.21.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1709. [P. 59. (14.)] 

The Cherubim with a Flaming Sword that appeared on the 5th of Nov. 
last in the Cathedral of St. Paul to the Lord Mayor, &c. Being a 
Letter to my Lord M[ayor]. With Remarks upon Dr. S[acheverell]'s 
Sermon. 8vo. London, 1709. [P. 276. (11.)] 

Dolbin (J.) A Letter to Dr. Henry Sach ever ell. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[P. 275. (11.)] 

The Wolf stripped of his Shepherd's Clothing : addressed to Dr. Sa- 
cheverell. By a Salopian Gentleman. 8vo. Lend. 1710. [P. 275. (6.)] 

A Compleat History of the Proceedings in Parliament against Henry 
Sacheverell, D.D. ; with his Tryal before the House of Peers for High 
Crimes and Misdemeanors. 8vo. London, 1710. [Ii. 3. 17.] 

The Tryal ot Dr. Henry Sacheverell, before the House of Peers, folio, 
London, 1710. [E. 9. 28.] 

The Speech of Henry Sacheverell, D. D. upon his Impeachment at the 
Bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster-Hall, March 7, 170, 9 . 
8vo. London, 1710. [P. 114. (8.)] 

Sacheverell (Henry) A Sermon before the University of Oxford, June 
10, 1702 ; being the Discourse referred to in the Doctor's Answer to 
the Articles of Impeachment against him. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[P. 116. (26.)] 

Reflections on Dr. SacheverelCs Answer to the Articles of Impeachment 
exhibited against him by the Honourable House o f Commons, Paragraph by 
Paragraph. 4to. London, 1710. [M. 14. 8.] 

The Speech of Gilbert (Burnet) Bishop of Salisbury in the House of 
Lords, on the first Article of Dr. Sachevereirs Impeachment. 8vo. 
London, 1710. [M. 19. 27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 59. (8.)] 

Some Considerations humbly offered to the Bishop of Salisbury, occasioned 
by his Speech. 8vo. London, 1710. [L. 15. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [M. 19. 27.] 

A Full View of the Bishop of Salisbury's Principles for 1710. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1711. [L. 15. 10.] 

Speeches of William [Talbot] Bishop of Oxford, William [Wake] Bishop 
of Lincoln, and of Charles [Trimnell] Bishop of Norwich, in the House 
of Lords, on the Impeachment of Dr. Henrv Sacheverell. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1710. [P. 59. (9-11.)] 

The Managers Pro and Con : or, an Account of what is said at 
Child's and Tom's Coffee Houses, article by article, for and against 
Dr. Sacheverell. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 275. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 5\). (12.)] 

A Letter out of the Country, to the Author of the "Managers' Pro and 
Con," in Answer to his Account. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 275. (1.)] 

Bisset (William) The Modern Fanatick : with a large am/ true Account of 
the Life t Actions, fyc. of the famous Dr. SachcxcnU. Svo. London, 1710. 

[M. 20. 10.] 

A Letter to the Eldest Brother of the Collegiate Church of St. Kathe- 
rine, in answer to his Pamphlet, intituled " The Modern Fanatick/' 
&c. 8vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 9.] 



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A Vindication of the Rev. Dr. Sacheverell from the Aspersions in a late 
Pamphlet, intitled "The Modern Fanatick." 8vo. London, 1710. 
[By Dr. Wm. Kmc] [L. 15. 9.] 

Remarks on Dr. SachevereWs Vindication, with an Account of some Pas- 
sages of his Life not mentioned in the Modern Fanatick. 8vo. London, 

1710. [L. 15. 19.] 

A J Atter to Dr. Sacheverell, with a Postscript concerning the late Vindica- 
tion of him, in Answer to Mr. Bissct's " Modern Phanatick." 8vo. London, 

1711. [P. 314. (6.)] 

Mayn waring (A.) Four Letters to a Friend on the Trial of Dr. Sacheve- 
. rell. 4to. London, 1710. [P. 81. (4.)] 

Old Stories which were the Forerunners of the Revolution in 88, revived. 
8vo* London, 1711. [P. 275. (1.)] 

Reflections on a late Pamphlet intitled Priestcraft in Perfection. 8vo. 

[P. 275.. (3.)] 

An Apologetical Vindication of the present Bishops from the Calumnies 
and Invectives used against them in some late Pamphlets. By a 
Presbyter of the Church of England. 4to. London, 1711. 

[M. 14. 16.] 

Another Copy. 4 to. London, 171 1. [N. 8. 28.] 

Ken (Thomas, Bishop of Bath and Wells) Expostulatoria : or the Com- 
plaints of the Church of England against undue Ordination, loose Pro- 
phaneness, unconscionable Symony, encroaching Pluralities, careless 
Non-residence among her Clergy. 8vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 10.] 

A Serious Inquiry into the Present State of the Church of England : or 
the Danger of the Church from the Rashness of the Clergy. 8vo. 
London, 1711. [L. 15. 1.] 

The Mischiefs of Faction shewed in the Character of an high and a low 
Church Clergyman. 8 vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 1.] 

The Tryal and Condemnation of Don Praefatio d'Asaven* [[William 
Fleetwood, Bishop of St. Asaph] for endeavouring to resist, subvert, 
and totally destroy the Doctrines of Passive Obedience, indefeasible 
Hereditary Right and A[rbitrar]y Power. With his Speech at the 
place of execution. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 19. 86.]] 

Four Letters which passed between Bishop Burnet and Mr. H. Dod- 

well, [relative to the Extinction of the Schism among the Nonjurors.] 

8vo. London, 1713. [P. 828. (7.)] 
Kino Charles the First's Bishops no Puritans: occasioned by a Sermon 

entituled " The Dangers of a Relapse, by Thomas Brett, LL.D." 8vo. 

London, 1718. [P. 314. (5.)] 
The Principles of the Low-Church-man fairly represented and defended. 

8vo. London, 1714. [P. 114. (1.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1714. QN. 9. 21.] 

Steele (Richard) Letters to a Member of Parliament concerning the Bill 

for preventing Schism. 4to. London, 1714. [P. 14. (4.)] 
The Sacbeverellite Plot: or the Church's Real Danger detected. By the 

Author of Neck or Nothing [John Dunton.] 4to. London, [1714.] 
* L J [li. 3. 23.] 



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The ScHisM-Act explained : Wherein some Methods are laid down ho 
the Dissenters may teach their Schools and Academies as usual, wit! 
out incurring the Penalties of the said Act. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[L. 15. 15 

The Safety of the Church under the Present Ministry considered. 8v< 
London, 1715. [M. 19. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo, London, 1715. [M. 19. 11.] 

An Appeal to the People of England, in Defence of the Clergy, again; 
the Charge made by Mr. Robert Seagrave. 8vo. London, 1717. 

[P. 91. (8.; 

An Impartial History of the Occasional Conformity and Schism Bill; 
the Rise and Progress of those two Acts, with the Debates and Con 
ferences that ensued. 8 vo. London, 1718. [P. 171. (2.)] 

Stebbing (Henry) A Rational Enquiry into the Proper Methods of Sup 
porting Christianity, as far as it concerns the Governors of the Church 
8vo. London, 1720. [P. 271. (5.)] 

Ecton (John) A Statement of the Proceedings of the Corporation of th 
Governors of Queen Anne's Bounty, for the Augmentation of th< 
Maintenance of the poor Clergy. 8 vo. London, 1721. [N. 7. 48.] 

A View of the State of Religion in the Diocese of St. David's, about th 
beginning of the 18th century. With some Account of the Causes o 
its Decay. 8 vo. London, 1721. [P. 197. (4.)] 

A Letter to the Clergy on Bishop Atterburys Imprisonment. 4to. Lon 
don, 1722. [P. 31. (3.)] 

A Memorial to the Clergy of the Church of England. 8vo. London 
1723, [N. 9. 27.] 

An Answer to the Nonjuror's Charge of Schism upon the Church o; 
England. 8vo. London, 1726. [P. 224. (14.)] 

Bingham (Joseph) The French Church's Apology for the Church oi 
England, folio. Works, Vol. II. [R. 2. 15.] 

A Letter in Defence of the Doxology. 4to. London, 1736. 

[P. 16. (26.); 

Potter (Archbishop) Letter to the Clergy. 4to. London, 1736. 

[P. 16. (21.)] 

High-Flown Episcopal and Priestly Claims, freely examined. 8vo. 
London, 1737. [P. 96. (9.)] 

Stackhouse (Thomas) The Miseries and Great Hardships of the Inferior 
Clergy in and about London ; and a modest Plea for their Rights and 
better Usage. 8 vo. London, 1738. [P. 135. (2.)] 

Hildrop (John) The Contempt of the Clergy considered. 8vo. London, 
1739. [P. 96.(1.)] 

The Schismatics delineated from authentic Vouchers. 8vo. London, 
1739. [P. 96. (8.)] 

Bullock (Thomas) Remarks upon a Letter to the Archbishop of York. 
4to. Norwich, 1746. [P. 40. (19.)] 

Free and Candid Disquisitions relating to the Church of England, and 
the Means of advancing Religion therein. [By John Jones.] 8vo. 
London, 1750. [A. 18. 64.] 

An Apology for the Clergy. 8vo. London, 1755. [P. 314. (7.)] 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY. 811 



Clayton (Robert, Bishop of Clogher) A Speech made in the House of 
Lords in Ireland* for omitting the Nicene and Athanasian Creeds out 
of the Liturgy, on February 2, 1756. 8vo. London, 1757. 

[P. 199. (4.)] 

Face (John) Speech delivered to the Clergy of the City of London, May 
8, 1759, the Anniversary Meeting at Sion College. To which is pre- 
fixed a Remonstrance to the Bishop of Winchester, complaining of 
Persecution from the Methodists, and a Letter to his Lordship on the 
same subject. 8vo. London, 1759. [P. 263. (9.)] 

A Letter to the Bishop of St. David's concerning the Admission of un- 
qualified Persons into Holy Orders, and Suggestions for supplying the 
Church with a more learned Clergy, especially where Non- Academics 
are usually ordained. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 263. (10.)] 

Considerations on the Illegality of presenting such as are unacquainted 
with the Welsh or British Language to Ecclesiastical Benefices in parts 
of Wales where this is generally understood. 8 vo. London, 1767. 

[P. 250. (3.)] 

Chandler (Thomas) An Appeal to the Public in behalf of the Church of 
England in America. 8vo. London, 1769. [D. 26. 7.] 

Sjbcxer (Thomas, Bishop of Oxford) A Letter to the Right Hon. H. 

Walpole, written Jan. 1750, concerning Bishops in America. 8vo. 

London, 1769. [P. 246. (1.)] 
A Critical Commentary upon Archbishop Seeker's Letter to Horatio Wal- 

pole, concerning Bishops in America. 8vo. London, 1770. 

[P. 246. (2.)] 

Free Thoughts on a further Reformation of the Church of England. 
8vo. London, 1771. [P. 282. (2.)] 

Wilson (Robert) Liberal Thoughts on the present Dilapidation of Church 
Houses, or an equitable Scheme for its Prevention. 8vo. London, 
1773. [P. 304. (7.)] 

Henley (Rev. S.) A Candid Refutation of the Heresy imputed to him by 
R. C. Nicholas, Esq. 8vo. Williamsburg, 1774. [P. 313. (7.)] 

Topladt (Augustus Montagu) The Church of England vindicated from 
the Charge of Arminianism. 8 vo. London, 1779. [Hh. 3. 28.] 

Hints submitted to the serious Consideration of the Clergy, Nobility, and 
Gentry, newly associated. By a Layman. [Augustus Henry Fitsroy, 
Duke of Grafton.] 8vo. London, 1789. [Hh. 3. 42.] 

Plans and Reports of the Society instituted in 1778, for the Relief of 
Poor Pious Clergymen in the Established Church, residing in the 
Country ; from 1793 to 1819. 18mo, London, V. Y. [Ii. 1. 36.] 

Plan and Report of the same Society for the year 1796. 18mo. London, 
1796. [Hh. 4. 36.] 

A Word or two concerning the Clergy and their Provision. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1799. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

Report from the Clergy of a District in the Diocese of Lincoln. 8vo. 
London, 1800. [Hh. 3. 28.] 

Rexd (William Hamilton) Rise and Dissolution of the Infidel Societies in 
this Metropolis. 8vo. London, 1800. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

Overton (John) The True Churchmen ascertained ; or an Apology for 
those of the regular Clergy, who are sometimes called Evangelical 
Ministers. 8vo. York, 1801. [Hh. 5. 27.] 



81* ENGLISH ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY. 



Highmore (Nathaniel) Jus Ecclesiaaticum Anglicanum ; or the Gove 
meat of the Church of England exemplified. 4to. London, 1810. 

[Hh. 1. 1 

— Another Copy. 4to. London, 1810. [Hh. 1. 12.] 

A Statement of a Conference with the Archbishop of Canterbury. * 
London, 1811. [Gg. 5. 27.] 

Yatks (Richard) The Church in Danger ; a Statement of the Cause, j 
of the Proper Means of averting that Danger, attempted in a Lettei 
the Right Hon. the Earl of Liverpool. 8vo. London, 1815. 

[Ff. 4. 4 

* Yates (Richard) The Patronage of the Church of England, and its 
fluence on the Pastoral Charge and Clerical Character. 8vo. Lone 
1823. 

The Curates' Appeal to the Equity and Christian Principles of the 1 
tiah Legislature, &c. on the peculiar Hardships of their Situation, t 
London, 1819. [Gg. 6. 30.] 

A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, on the subject of cer 
Doctrines of the Church of England termed Evangelical. 8vo. L 
don, 1819. [Hh. 7. 29.] 



(3) Convocations op the Clergy of the Church of Englani 
Their Rights, Powers, History, and Proceedings. 

* # * In the year 1697, a Controversy arose concerning the Rights, Pow 
and Privileges of Convocations; which gave rise to numei 
publications. The principal of these Treatises have been 
lected in this Library, and may be divided into the four follov 
heads. — Those pieces which are marked with an Obelisk [j] v 
written in support of the New Claims of the Lower House 
Convocation ; and the rest, in defence of the antient Rights of 
Archbishops. 

i. Bight of the Convocation to meet, and its Power of Acting 

JA Lbtter to a Convocation-Man concerning the Rights, Powers, 
Priviledges of that Body. 4to. London, 1697. [M. 15. 25.] 

A Brief Enquiry into the Ground, Authority, and Rights of Ecclej 
deal Synods, upon the Principles of Scripture and Right Reason. ; 
London, 1699. [P. 274.(1.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1699. [N. 9. 11.] 

Wakb (Wm.) The Authority of Christian Princes over their Ecclesias 
Synods asserted. 8vo. London, 1697. [B. 6. 41.] 

%The Rights, Powers, and Privileges of an English Comocatinn stated, 
vindicated, [By Francis Attbrbury.] 8vo. London, 1700. [B. G. 

X Additions to the First Edition of the " Rights, Powers, and P, 

leges of an English Convocation " [By Francis Atterburv.] Svo. j 
don y 1701. [N. 9. 11.] 

Burnet (Gilbert, Bishop of Salisbury) Reflections on a Book, entit 
u The Rights, Powers, and Privileges of an English Convoca 
stated and vindicated/' 4to. London, 1700. [M. 15. 10.] 



CONVOCATION OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 81* 



The Principles of Mr. Atterbury's Book, Of the " Rights, Powers, and Pri- 
vileges of an English Convocation," considered, and his Arguments 
against Dr. Wake and others stated and examined. 4to. London, 
1701. [N. 6. 37.] 

■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 1701. [M. 20. 4.] 

A Vindication of the Authority of Princes over Ecclesiastical Synods, 
from Mr. Hill's Exceptions, with Letters that passed him and 
Dr. Wake on that subject. 8vo. London, 1701. [N. 9. 11.] 

Kennett (White) Ecclesiastical Synods and Parliamentary Convocations 
in the Church of England, historically stated and justly vindicated from 
the Misrepresentations of Mr. A tterbury. 8vo. London, 1701. 

[N. 9. 54.] 

An Occasional Letter on the subject of English Convocations. 

8vo. London, 1701. [N. 9. 11.] 

Some Remarks upon the Temper of the late Writers about Convocations, 
particularly Dr. Wake, Dr. Kennet, &c. 4to. London, 1701. 

[M. 15. 1.] 

Wake (Wm.) The State of the Church and Clergy of England, in their 
Councils, Synods, Convocations, Conventions, and other Public Assem- 
blies, historically deduced, folio, London, 1703. [Ff. 2. 17.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1703. [E. 10. 11.] 

The Parliamentary Original and Rights of the Lower House of Convo- 
cation cleared, and the Evidences of its Separation from the Upper 
House produced, on several Heads. 4 to. London, 1702. [M. 14. 5.] 

— — Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702. [N. 6. 36.] 
Synodus Anglicana : or the Constitution and Proceedings of an English 
Convocation, shown from the Acts and Registers thereof to be agree- 
able to the Principles of an Episcopal Church. 8vo. London, 1702. 

[Ff. 7. 115.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1702. [M. 6. 13.] 



ii. Of the Prctmu/iientes Clause in the Bishops 9 Parliament Writ. 

{Two Letters to a Clergyman in the Country, concerning the Choice of 
Members and the Execution of the Parliament Writ, for the ensuing 
Convocation. 4to. London, 1701. [N. 6. 36.] 

The Case of the Praemunientes considered; in an Answer to the Letter 
lately sent to a Clergyman in the Country, concerning the Choice of 
Members for the ensuing Convocation. 4to. Lond. 1701. [M. 14. 5.] 

tA Third Letter to a Clergyman in the Country, in Defence of the Two 
former Letters. 4to. London, 1 702. [N. 6. 36.] 

The late Pretence of a constant Practice to enter the Parliament as well 
as Provincial Writ in the front of the Acts of every Synod, consi- 
dered and disprov'd, in a Letter to the Author of that Assertion : with 
a Certificate from the Register of York. 4to. London, 1701. 

[N. 6. 38.] 



816 ENGLISH ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY. 



The History of the Convocation of the Prelates and Clergy of the Province 
of Canterbury, summoned to meet at the Cathedral Church of St. 
Paul Feb. 6, 1700. Faithfully drawn from the Journal of the Upper 
and from the Narrative and Minutes of the Lower House. [By White 
Kennet, D.D.] 4to. London, 1702. [M. 14. 4.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702. [N. 6. 38.] 

A Vindication of the Proceedings of some Members of the Lower House 
of the last Convocation, with relation to the Archbishop's Prorogation 
of it upon the eighth of May. 4to. London, 1702. [N. 6. 38.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702. [P. 14. (15.)] 

I A Faithful Account of what passed in the three last Sessions of the pre- 
sent Convocation. Nos. I. II. 4 to. London, 1702. [N. 6. 36.] 

An Account of the Proceedings of the Two Houses of Convocation. 4to. 
London, 1702. [P. 32. (18.)] 

A Continuation of what passed in Convocation. 4to. London, 1 702. 

[P. 14. (16.)] 

The Present State of Convocation, in a Letter, giving the full Relation of 
Proceedings in several of the late Sessions. 4to. London, 1702. 

[M. 15. 12.1 

. : Another Copy. 4to. London, 1702. [N. 6. 37.] 

A True Copy of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Speech on Thursday, 
February 19th, 170 J. 4to. London, 1701. [N. 6. 38.] 

The Complainer Reprov'd : in Answer to a partial and unseasonable 
Preface of the Publisher of " A Representation made by the Lower 
House of Convocation to the Archbishop and Bishops Anno 1703." 
With his Grace's Speech upon that subject delivered in Convocation 
April 3d, 1704, and the aforesaid Representation at large. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1705. [M. 14. 15.] 

— Another Copy. 4to. London, 1 705. [N. 6. 37.] 

The Complainer further Reproved: in the Observations made by the 
President and his Suffragan Bishops upon a Paper presented to them 
by the Prolocutor of the Lower House, December 1, 1704. 4to. 
London, 1705. [N. 6. 37.] 

jSorae Proceedings in the Convocation A. D. 1705 faithfully represented. 
4to. London, 1708. [N. 6. 36.] 

j Another Copy. 4to. London, 1708. [P. 32. (19.)] 

Partiality detected : or a Reply to a late Pamphlet, entituled " Some Pro- 
ceedings in the Convocation A. D. 1705, faithfully represented," *\r- 
[By Charles Trimnell.] 4to. London, 1708. [N. (3. ;J8.] 

Ah Account of the Proceedings in the Convocation which began Oct. 2j, 
1705, so far as it could be given by reason of the Concealment of tin 
Acts of the Lower House, anil the Prolocutor's Refusal to transmit 
them to the proper Office. 4to. London, 170G. [M. 1,5. 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 170G. [X. 6. 37.] 

His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury's Circular Letter to tli*? 
Right Rev. the Lords Bishops of his Province. In which is inserted 
Her Majesty's gracious Letter to him ot the 8th of April, 1707, re- 
lating to Matters in Convocation. 4to. London, 1707. [X. G. 38.] 



CONVOCATION OF THE CHURCH OF .ENGLAND. 817 



An Account of the Proceeding in Convocation in a Cause of Contumacy 
commenced April 10th, 1707. Occasion'd by the publishing a Protes- 
tation made against it in one of the common Newspapers. 4to. 
London, 1707. [M. 14. 8.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1707. [N. 6. 38.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1707. [P. 32. 20.] 

{An Account and Defence of the Protestation made by the Lower House 
of Convocation April 30, 1707, in behalf of the Queen's Supremacy, 
4to. London, 1707. [M. 14. 23.] 

I Another Copy. 4to. London, 1707. [N. 6. 36.] 

Opinion and Matter of Fact ; or a Seasonable Caution to the present 
Convocation. 8vo. London, 1711. [L. 15. 10.] 

The Case of the present Convocation considered, in Answer to the Exa- 
miner's unfair Representation of it and unjust Reflections upon it. 
8vo. London, 1711. [N. 9. 21.] 

Cannon (R.) An Account of Two Motions made in the Lower House of 
Convocation concerning the Power of remitting Sins. 8vo. London, 
1712. [M. 19. 21.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1712. [N. 9. 21.] 

jThe Proceedings of the Lower House of Convocation upon her Majesty's 
Gracious Messages and Letters sent to the Convocation. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1713. [M. 19. 16.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1713. QN. 9. 21.] 

A True Relation of the late Case in Convocation concerning an Address 
proposed to be presented to her Majesty upon the Conclusion of the 
Peace. 4to London, 1713. [N. 6. 38.] 
An Answer to a Pamphlet, entituled " The Proceedings of the Lower 
• House of Convocation. [By Dr. Charles Tkimnel.] 4to. London, 
1714. [M. 14. 11.] 

Another Copy. 4t6. London, 1714. [N. 6. 38.] 

: Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [P. 14. (17).] 

The Layman's Address to Convocation; concerning the Opinions of Dr. 
Clarke, Bishop Hoadly, Mr. Whiston, and others. 8vo. London, 
1717. [P. 114.(5.)] 
A Letter from the Prolocutor to the Rev. Dr. Edward Tenison, Arch- 
deacon of Carmarthen. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 233. (13.)] 
A Representation of the State of Religion as it passed both Houses of 

Convocation. 8vo. London, 1721. [N. 9. 21.] 
Dennis (Jonas) The urgent Expediency of Convocation's faithfuljy exe- 
cuting the King's Writ, by proceeding in earnest to deliberate for the 
welfare, public good, and defence of this Kingdom. 8vo. Exeter. 

£Hh. 2. 32.] 



(4) History of the Different Denominations of Dissenters 
from the Protestant Reformed Church of England. 

i. General History of Protestant Dissenters. 
Nbal (Daniel) The History of the Puritans or Protestant Non-Con- 
formists, from the Reformation under Henry VIII. to the Act of To- 

3G 



818 ECCLteSIAg'llCAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 



leration under King William and Queen Mary. 4to. 2 vols. London, 
1754. [Cc. St. 21,22.] 

Another Copy. 4 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1755. [D. 26. 10-13.] 

A Review of the Principal Facts objected to in the first Volume 

of " The History of the Puritans." 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 150. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 195. (7.)] 

JVarburton (William, Bishop of Gloucester) Remarks on Mr. Neale's His- 
tory of the Puritans. 4to. Works, Vol. VII. [D. 23. 17.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vol. XII. [Ff. 4. 28.] 

Grey (Zachary) A Review of Mr. Daniel NeaCs History of the Puritans, 
in a Letter to Mr. David Jennings. 8vo. London, 1744/ [P. 182. (7 )] 

A Vindication of the Church of England against the Reflections of Mr. Ntal. 
8vo. London, 1740. [R. 11. 37.] 

Neal (Daniel) The History of the Puritans, abridged by Edward Parsons. 

2 vols, royal 8vo. London, 1811. [Ff. 4. 1,2.] 
*Bogue (David) and Bennett (James) The History of Dissenters, from 

the Revolution in 1688 to 1808. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1808-12. 

A Brief and Impartial History of the Puritans. Svo. London, 1772. 

[P. 321. (9.)] 

Heylyn (Peter) Aerius Redivivus ; or the History of the Presbyterians, 
from the year 1536 to 1647. folio, Oxford, 1670. [I. 1. 12.] 

The Answer of the Assembly of Divines unto the Reasons given into 
this Assembly by the Dissenting Brethren. 4 to. London, 1645. 

[E. 1. 21.] 

Goodwin (John) The Triers or Tormentors tried and cast by the Laws 
both of God and Man. 4to. London, 1657. [E. 1. 20.] 

Bradshaw (William) English Puritanism : containing the Main Opinions 
of the rigidest sort of those that are called Puritans in the Realm of 
England. 4to. 1660. [Ff. 7. 87.] 

A Vindication of the Protestant Dissenters from the Aspersions cast 
on them in a Pamphlet entitled " The Presbyterians Plea of Merit in 
order to take off the Test." Svo. London. [P. 314.(1.)] 

A Letter to a Dissenter relative to King James' Declaration of Indul- 
gence. 4to. 1688. [P. 14. (8.)] 

The Charity and Loyalty of some of our Clergy. In a short View of 
Dr. M/s Sermon before their Majesties at Hampton Court, July I K 
1689. Wherein he still charges the Protestant Dissenters with Schism. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 32.] 

De Foe (Daniel) An Enquiry into the Occasional Conformity of Dissen- 
ters in Cases of Preferment, with a Preface to Mr. Howe. lto. Lon- 
don, 1701. [N. 8.30.] 

Howe (John) Some Considerations of a Preface to An Eth-fuin/ concerning 
the Occasional Conformity of Dissenter*," cje. lto. London, 1701. 

[N. 8. 30.] 

De Foe (Daniel) A Letter to Mr. Howe by way of Reply to his Consi- 
derations of the Preface to an Enquiry into the Occasional Conformity 
of Dissenters. 4to. London, 1701. [N. 8. 30.] 

St edman (Joseph) Presbyterian Priestcraft, being- a full and true Account 
of the Proceedings of" Dr. Calamy the Moderator, Dr. Oldticld, Mr. 



HISTORY OF THE BAPTISTS. 819 



Robinson, Mr. Sheffield, Mr. Galloway and Mr. Reynolds, with 
about fifty others of the Brethren, in Salters' Hall, on the 14th of Nov. 
1717. London, 1720. [P. 314. (4.)] 

Gumming (John) The Grounds of the present Differences among the Lon- 
don Ministers. 8vo. London, 1720. [P. 151. (1.)] 

Some (David) Methods to be -taken by Ministers for the Revival of Reli- 
gion. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 72. (7.)] 

Gough (Strickland) Enquiry into the Causes of the Decay of the Dissent- 
ing Interest. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 72. (1.)] 

An Apology for the Church of England, in a Letter to Mr. Gough relative 
to his " Enquiry into the Causes" $c. 8vo. London, 1 732. [P. 72. (2.)] 

A Letter to Mr. Gough relative to his " Enquiry" fyc. 8vo. London, 1730. 

[P. 72. (4.)] 

Doddridge (Philip) Thoughts on the probable means of reviving the 
Dissenting Interest. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. 72. (3.) 

Observations upon the present State of the Dissenting Interest. 8vo. 
London, 1731. [P. 72. (5.)] 

A Reply to the " Observations upon the present State of the Dissenting In- 
terest," beieg a Vindication of those who have conformed. 8vo. London, 
1731. [P. 72. (6.)] 

Bourn (Sam.) A Vindication of the Protestant Dissenters. 8vo. London, 
1748. [P. 318. (3.)] 

A* Enquiry into the Behaviour of our Great Churchmen since the Re- 
formation, in the enacting and executing Penal Laws against Dissen- 
ters. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 129. (8.)] 

Causes and Reasons of the present Declension among the Congregational 
Churches in London and the Country. In a Letter addressed to the 
Pastors, Deacons, and Members of those Churches. With Reflections on 
Methodism and Sandemanianism. 8vo. London, 1766. [P. 249. (17.)] 

Venn (Henry) A View of the Principles and Conduct of the Protestant 
Dissenters, with respect to the Civil and Ecclesiastical Constitution 
of England. London, 1769. [P. 291. (5.)] 

A Free Address to Protestant Dissenters as such. By a Dissenter. 
London, 1769. [P. 291.(7.)] 

Priestley (Joseph) The Present State of Liberty in Great Britain and 
her Colonies. London, 1769. [P. 300. (4.)] 

Enfield (William) Remarks on several Publications relative to the Dis- 
senters. In a Letter to Dr. Priestley. London, 1770. [Pi 300. (6.)] 

Letters to the Author of " Remarks on several late Publications relative 
to the Dissenters," &c. London, 1770. [P. 300. (7.)] 

Enfield (William) A Second Letter to the Rev. Dr. Priestley. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1770. [P. 300. (8.)] 

An Answer to a Second Letter, to Dr. Priestley. 8vo. London, 1770. 

[P. 300. 9.] 

ii. History of the Baptists. 

*Ivtmey (Joseph) A History of the English Baptists. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1814. * 

Withers (John) A Caveat against the New Sect of Anabaptists at Exon. 
8vo. London, 1714. [F. 21. 21.] 

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820 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 



A Wobd of Exhortation to our Separating Brethren, especially those 
called Anabaptists. 4to. Oxford, 1663. [M. 20. 14.] 

Stoodon (Hubert) A Defence of the Caveat against the New Sect of 
Anabaptists. 8vo. London, 1714. [M, 19. 24.] 

Morgan (R.) A Brief Answer to Mr. M. D'Assigny's Antidote against 
the pernicious Errors of the Anabaptists. 8vo. London, 1708. 

[L. 15. 38.] 

Harwood (Edward) A Letter to the Rev- Caleb Evans, occasioned by 
his curious Confession of Faith at his late Ordination among Indepen- 
dent Baptists in Bristol, 1767. 8vo. [P. 256. (9.)] 

The Circular Letter of the Norfolk and Suffolk Association of [[Baptist] 
Churches. [Written by Mr. Wm, Ward, Moderator.] 8vo. Ipswich, 
1810. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

A Testimony to the Truth of the Glorious Gospel in the experience of 
John Shaw. 12rao. Diss, 1812. [Hh. 7. 37.] 

Hall (Robert) On Terms of Communion, with a particular View to the 
Case of the Baptists and Paedo-baptists. 8vo. Leicester, 1815. 

[Hh. 6. 10.] 



iii. History of the Independents. 

A Stjrvey of the Pretended Holy Discipline, faithfully gathered by way 
of historical narration out of the Books and Writings of principal Fa- 
vourers of that platforme. Anno 1593. 4to. London. [E. 1. 19.] 

The Brownists' Petition to King James. 4to. 1604. With a Dispute 
upon the Question of kneeling in the act of receiving the Sacramental 
Bread and Wine. 1608, 4to. [C. 1. 39.] 

Best (William) The Churches Plea for her Right : wherein the main points 
of our present Differences [the Brownists at Amsterdam] are handled, 
and the principall Causes of our Troubles declared. 4to. Amsterdam, 
1635. [Ii. 1. 30.] 

Heads of Agreement assented to by the United Ministers in and about 
London ; formerly called Presbyterian and Congregational. 4to. 
London, 1691. [M. 14. 30.] 

Stevens (William) A Letter to the Dissenting Inhabitants of Hinton, in 
the County of Cambridge, occasioned by a Paper which Richard Rawlin 
their Teacher delivered to W. S. Vicar there. 4to. 1696. [N. S. 26.] 

Tomkins (Martin) An Account of the Proceedings of a Dissenting Con- 
gregation at Stoke Newington, upon occasion of a Sermon preached by 
him in July 1718. 8vo. London, 1719. [P. K>7. (3.)] 

Gibbs (Philip) A Letter to the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters at 
Hackney; amongst whom the Author now statedly ministers. With 
a Postscript to others to whom he has preached. Svo. London, 1 737. 

[P. 18S. (7.)] 



iv. History of, and Publications relating to, the Society of Friends* 

or Quakers. 

•Sewel (William) The History of the Rise, Increase, and Progress of the 
Christian- People, called Quakers, fntermixed with several Remarkable 
Occurrences. Third Edition, 2 vols. Svo. London, 1795. 



HISTORY OF THE QUAKERS. 821 

•Wwoht (Thomas) A History of the Rise and Progress of the People 
called Quakers, in Ireland, from the year 1653 to 1700. Revised, en- 
larged, and continued to the year 1751. By John Rutty. Second 
Edition, 8vo. London, 1800. 

+Cla&kson (Thomas) A Portraiture of Quakerism, taken from a View of 
the Moral Education, Doctrine, Peculiar Customs, Religious Prin- 
ciples, Political and Civil Economy, and Character of the Society of 
Friends. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1807. 

The Principal Controversies between the Litteral Presbyters of the Kirk 
of Scotland and the Illuminated Members of the Church of Christ, 
called Quakers. Truly collected, stated, and opened. By G. W, 
[George Whitehead?] 4to. London, 1672. [Ii. 1. 30."] 

Plus Ultra ; or the Second Part of the Character of a Quaker. 4to. 
London, 1672. [M. 20. 18.] 

Barclay (Robert) Works, folio, London, 1692. [E. 10. 30.] 

Pabnel (James) A Collection of Writings. 4to. London, 1675. 

[E. 1. 20.] 

Faldo (John) Quakerism no Christianity, proved by the Quakers Prin- 
ciples detected out of their chief Writers, and confuted by Scripture 
and right Reason. 8vo. London, 1675. [H. 18. 1.] 

Leslie (Charles) Satan disrobed from his Disguise of Light ;. or, The 
Quakers Last Shift to cover their monstrous Heresies laid fully open. 
4to. London, 1696. [N. 8. 29.] 

Leslie (Charles) Primitive Heresie revived in the Faith and Practice of 
the People called Quakers. 4to. London, 1698. [N. 8. 29.] 

The Case of the Quakers, relating to Oaths, stated. 4to. iJondon, 1696. 

[M. 20. 4.] 

Buoo (Francis) The Picture of Quakerism. 8vo. London, 1697. 

[F. 7. 54.] 

Bugg (Francis) Pilgrim's Progress from Quakerism to Christianity. 4to. 

London, 1698. [E. 1. 1.] 
Bugg (Francis) Quakerism expos*d to Publick Censure. 12rao. London, 

1699. [M. 18. 15.] 
Bugg (Francis) Seasonable Caveat against Quakerism. 8vo. London, 

1701. [P. 324. (1.)] 
Bugg (Francis) A Narrative of the Conference between F. Bugg and H. 

Pickworth at Sleeford, % August 25th, 1701. 8vo. London, 1701. 

[P. 324. (2.)] 

Bugg (Francis) Vox Populi, proving Quakers great Imposters. 8vo. 
London, 1702. [P. 324. (3.)] 

Bugg (Francis) Penn's Correspondence with the Jesuits discovered. 8vo. 
London, 170|. [P. 324. (4.)] 

Bugg (Francis) Distinct Advice on two different Heads given to the Peo- 
ple caird Quakers. 8vo. 1702. [P. 324. (6.)] 

Bugg (Francis) Quakerism further exposed by XII Arguments against 
their desired simple Affirmation. 8vo. London, 1713. [P. 325. (1.)] 

Bugg (Francis) A Quaker Catechism. 8vo. [P. 325. (2.)] 

Bugg (Francis) The Picture of Quakerism, in Eight Parts. 8vo. London, 
1714. [P. 325. (3.)] 



888 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTOHY OP ENGLAND. 



Keith (George) Four Narratives of the Proceedings at Turners' Hall in 

1696, 97, and 98/ Together with the Disputes and Speeches there 
between G. Keith and other Quakers differing from him in some Re- 
ligious Principles. 4to. London, 1696-1700. [N. 8. 29.] 

Keith (George) Fifth Narrative of his Proceedings at Turners' Hall, de- 
tecting the Quakers Errors, 4th June, 1701. 4to. London, 1701. 

[N. 8. 30.] 

Keith (George) Two Narratives of the Proceedings at Turners' Hall in 
June 1696 and April 1697 ; together with the Disputes and Speeches 
there between nim and other Quakers differing from him in some Reli- 
gious Principles. 4to. London, 1696, 1697. [M. 15. 25.] 

Keith (George) A Third Narrative of the Proceedings at Turners* Hall, 
April 21, 1698, giving an exact Account of the Proofs brought by him, 
out of the Quakers' Books, at the same meeting, opposing four great 
fundamental Doctrines of the Christian Faith. 4to. London, 1G98. 

[M. 14. 10.] 

Some Seasonable Reflections upon the Quakers solemn Protestation 
against George Keith's Proceedings at Turners' Hall, 21>th April, 

1697. 4to. London, 1697. [N. 8. 29.] 

The Snake in the Grass ; or Satan transformed into an Angel of Light : 
discovering the deep and unsuspected Subtility couched under the pre- 
tended Simplicity of many of the principal Leaders of those People called 
Quakers. [By Charles Leslie.] 8vo. London, 1698. [I. 15. 39.] 

*Wyeth (JosqjhJ Anguis Flagellatus: or a Switch for the Snake. 8vo. 
London, 1699. 

A Defence of the Book, intituled " The Snake in the Grass." 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1700. [B. 6. 40.] 

A Reply to a Book entitul'd " Anguis Flagellatus, or a Switch for the 
Snake," the Opus Palmare of the Quakers. 8vo. London, 1702. 

[M. 19. 22.] 

The Divine Institution of Water-Baptism, wherein the Quaker Argu- 
ments against it are collected and confuted : with as much as is need- 
ful concerning the Lord's Supper. By the Author of the Snake in th 
Grass. [Charles Leslie.] 4to. London, 1697. [M. 14. 10.] 

Keith (George) The Arguments of the Quakers against Baptism ami tl 
Lord's Supper, examined and refuted. 4to. London, 1(WS. [M. 1 \. H 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1G98. [N. 8. 29.] 

Keith (George) An Account of the Quaker Politicks, discovering so 
material Passages as to their Government, never before published. 
London, 1700. [N. 8. 30.] 

Keith (George) An Answer to Seventeen Queries sent to G. Keith hi 
Quarterly Meeting of the People called Quakers at Oxford, signe 
the Order and on the behalf of the said Meeting, Thomas Nid 
To which is prefixed a Letter to the Quakers, with Thirteen Qi 
given in at their Quarterly Meeting at Oxford, Oct. 1st, 1700. 
London, 1701. [N. 8. 30.] 

Keith (George) Bristol Quakerism exposed : shewing the Fallacy 
version, Ignorance and Error of Benjamin C ool, the Quaker' 
Preacher at Bristol. 4to. London, 1700. [N. 8. 24.] 

Keith (George) Journal of Travels from New-Hampshire to Carat 
the Continent of North America. 4to. London, 170G. [N. 8 



HISTORY OF THE QUAKERS. 828 



Keith (George) The Magick of Quakerism ; or its Chief Mysteries laid 
open. With a Preface relating to the Camisars, iq Answer to Mr. 
Lacy's Preface to The Cry from the Desert, &c. 8vo. London, 1707. 

[P. 233. 16.] 

Keith (George) The Standard of the Quakers examined. 8vo. London, 

1702. [N. 9. 62.] 

A Discovery of the Blasphemous and Seditious Principles of the 
Quakers. 4to. London, 1699. [P. 45. (14.)] 

The Principles of the Quakers further shewn to he Blasphemous and Se- 
ditious, in a Reply to George Whitehead's "Truth and Innocency 
Vindicated." By Edward Beekham, D. D., Henry Memton, M. A., 
and Lancaster Topclifpe, LL. B. 4to. London, 1700. [M. 14. 5.] 

Lovbling (Benjamin) The Spirit of Quakerism rebuked. 8vo. London, 

1703. [P. 324. (5.)] 

A Bomb thrown amongst the Quakers in Norwich. 8vo. [P. 324. (7.)] 

A Brief Reply to the Quakers Book falsely call'd Vindiciae Veritatis. 
8vo. London, 1703. [P. 324. (8.)] 

Cookson (Edward) Quakerism dissected and laid open. 8vo. London, 
1708. [M. 19. 51.] 

•Bennet (Thomas) A Confutation of Quakerism. 8vo. London, 1709. 

Several Important Truths of Religion maintained ; in Opposition to 
the Ahuses impos'd upon the H. Scriptures, the Primitive Fathers, and 
other Ecclesiastical Writers in favour of Tenents espous'd by Ana- 
baptists and Quakers ; being a Reply to R. Claridge's Melius Inqui- 
rendum. 8vo. London, 1714. [M. 19. 23.] 

A Friendly Epistle by way of Reproof from one of the People called 

Quakers to Thomas Bradbury. 8vo. London, 1715. [P. 171. (4.)] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1715. [P. 59. (18 )] 

A Letter to the Bishop of Litchfield and Coventry [Richard Smal- 
broke], concerning the Quakers. 8vo. London, 1731. [P. 71. (15.)] 

Smith (Patrick) A Preservative against Quakerism. 4to. London, 1732. 

[R. 10. 64.] 

Elwall (E.) A Declaration for all the Kings and Temporal Powers 
under Heaven. 8vo. London, 1734. [P. 321. (15.) 

Elwall (E.) The Grand Question in Religion considered. With an Ac- 
count of the Author's Trial at Stafford Assizes. 8vo. London, 1736. 

[P. 321. (14.)] 

The Doctrine of the Quakers as to bearing Arms and Fighting. 8vo. 

London, 1746. [P. 129. (15.)] 
The Nature and Duty of Self-Defence, addressed to 'the Quakers. 8vo. 

London, 1746. [P. 129. (16.)] 

Purver (Anthony) An Appeal to the Good Sense of the Inhabitants of 
Great Britain concerning the Religious Rights and Privileges of the 
Quakers. 8vo. London, 1770. [P. 278. (13.)] 

Tuke (Henry) The Faith of the People, called Quakers, in our Lord and 
Saviour Jesus Christ, set forth in various Extracts from their Writings. 
8vo. London, 1801. [Hh. 2. 35.] 



824 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OP ENGLAND. 



v. History and Principles of the Muggletonians, Mystics, and 
Pretended Prophets. 

Williams (John) A True Representation of the Absurd and Mischievous 
Principles of the Sect known by the name of Muggletonians. 4to. 
London, 1694. [N. 8. 26.] 

The Principles of the Muggletonians considered. 4to. London, 1694. 

[P. 48. (21.)] 

Lacy (John) Warnings of the Eternal Spirit. Part II. 8vo. London, 

1707. [P. 329. (3.)] 

Enthusiastick Impostors no divinely inspired Prophets. 8vo. London, 1 707. 

[P. 329. (4.)] 

CI avis Prophetica ; or a Key to the Prophecies of M. Marrion. Parts 

I. and II. 8vo. London, 1707. [P. 329. (5,6.)] 
Woodward (Josiah) An Answer to the Letter of F. Lacy, dated July 6, 

1708. 8vo. London, 1708. [P. 329. (7.)] 

Hutchinson (F.) A View of the Pretended Spirit of Prophecy. Svo. 
London, 1708. [P. 328. (4.)] 

Spinckes (N.) The New Pretenders to Prophecy re-examined : and Sir 
Richard Bulkeley and A. Whitro convicted of foul Practices to carry 
on the Imposture. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 233. (15.)] 



vi. History of the United Brethren, or Unitas Fratrum, otherwise 
called Moravians. 

Crantz (David) The Ancient and Modern History of the Protestant 
Church of the United Brethren, or Unitas Fratrum. Translated from 
the German by Benjamin Latrobe. 8vo. London, 1780. [Cc. 3. 44.] 

Select Narratives of the Church known by the name of Unitas Fra- 
trum, or United Brethren. Translated from the German by Ignatius 
Latrobe. 12mo. London, 1806. [Hh. 4. 32.] 

Rimids (Henry) A Candid Narrative of the Moravians, or Unitas Fra- 
trum. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 175. (1.)] 
A Supplement to the Candid Narrative. 8vo. London, 1755. 

[P. 175. (3.}] 

A Solemn Call on Count Zinzendorf, the Author and Advocate 

of the Sect of the Herrnhuters or Moravians, to answer all and every 
Charge brought against them in the " Candid Narrative." 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1755. [P. 175. (2.)] 

Whitfield (George) An Expostulatory Letter, addressed to Count Zin- 
zendorf. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 222. (9.)] 

Lavihgton (George, Bishop of Exeter) The Moravians compared and 
detected. 8vo. London, 1755. [P. 222. (7.)] 

Fret (Andrew) A True and Authentic Account of his coming among 
the Herrnhuters or Moravians, and of the Reasons for which he left 
them. Translated from the German. 8vo. London, 175:3. 



HISTORY OF THE METHODISTS. 886 



vii. History of the Methodists. 

1. Tracts relating to the History of the Methodists in 

General. 

The Oxford Methodists : being an Account of some Young Gentle- 
men in that City, in derision so called. With an Epistle to the Rev, 
Mr. Whitefield. 8vo. London, 1758. [P. 91. (7.)] 

Tucker (Josiah) A Brief History of the Principles of Methodism, their 
Rise and Progress, with the Causes of the several Variations, Divisions, 
&c. 8vo. Oxford, 1742. [P. 148. (2.)] 

Kirkby (John) The Impostor detected ; or the Counterfeit Saint turned 
inside out. Containing a full Discovery of the horrid Blasphemies and 
Impieties taught by the Methodists. London, 1750. [P. 165.(2.)] 

The Enthusiasm of the Methodists and Papists compared. [By George 
Lavinoton, Bishop of Exeter.] 8vo. London, 1749-51. [R. 18. 40.] 

Perronet (Vincent) Some Remarks on a late anonymous Piece, intitled 
" The Enthusiasm of the Methodists and Papists compared. 1 ' 8vo. London, 
1749. [P. 321. (17.)] 
Perronet (Vincent) Second and Third Letters to the Author of the " Enthu- 
- siasm of the Methodists and Papists compared. 8vo. London, 1749-52. 

[P. 321. (18,19.)] 

Whitfield (George ) Remarks on " The Enthusiasm of Methodists and 
Papists compared:* 8vo. London, 1749. [P. 166. (6.)] 

Evans (John) A Letter to the Rev. George Whitfield, occasioned by his 
Remarks upon "The Enthusiasm of Methodists and Papists com* 
pared." 8vo. Londou, 1750. [P. 166. (7.)] 

Evans (John) A Second Letter to Mr. G. Whitfield : in which his Claims 
to the Doctrine of the 10th, 11th, and 12th Articles of the Church of 
England are examined ; also that of Mr. Griffith Jones, to the Doctrine 
of the 17th Article, and some further Account of the Fire kindled by 
them both in North and South Wales. London, 1751. [P. 166. (8.)] 

Wesley (John ) A Stcond Letter to the Lord Bishop of Exeter, in Answer 
to his Lordship s late Letter. 12mo. London, 1752. [E. 27. 5.] 

Hardy (Richard) Letter from a Clergyman to one of his Parishioners, 
who was inclined to turn Methodist. 8vo. London, 1753. 

[P. 205. (4.)] 

Die and be Damned ; or an Antidote against every species of Metho- 
dism and Enthusiasm. 8vo. London, 1758. [P. 205. (11.)] 

Stevens (John) A Sermon on the Conversion of Robert Tilling. 8vo. 
London, 1760. [P. 205. (6.)] 

Tyburn Saints, Doubtful Characters ; a Letter to the Author of the pre- 
ceding Sermon. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 205. (7.)] 

Dodd (William) Conference between a Mystic, an Hutchinsonian, a Cal- 
vinist, a Methodist, a Member of the Church of England, and others ; 
wherein the Tenets of each are freely examined and discussed. 8vo. 
London, 1761. [P. 205. (8.)] 

Jephson (Alexander) A Friendly and Compassionate Address to all 
Serious and well disposed Methodists. With a Sermon at Craike, in 
the County of Durham, on Matt. xvi. 24. 8vo. London, 1761. 

[P. 249. (15.)J 



886 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 



Address, and Letters of a Lady, in Vindication of her Conduct, on being 
charged with Methodism. 8vo. London, 1761. [P. 205. (5.)] 

An Essay on the Character of Methodism. 8vo. Cambridge, 1791. 

[Hh. 3. 38.] 



2. History amd Principles op the Calvinistic Methodists. 

Whitfield (George) A Short Account of God's Dealings with him from 
his infancy to the time of his entering into Holy Orders. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1740. [P. 103. (8.)] 

Whitfield (George) Seven Journals of his Voyages and Travels. 8vo. 
London, 1739-41. [P. 103. (1-7.)] 

Gibson (Edmund^ Bishop of London J A Pastoral Letter to the People of 
his Diocese, against Lukewarmness on one hand, and Enthusiasm on the 
other. 8vo. London, 1739. [P. 103. (10.)] 

Whitefield (George) An Answer to the Bishop Gibson's Pastoral Letter. 
8vo. London, 1739. [P. 103. (11.)] 

Observations on the Rev. Mr. Whitfield 's Answer to the Bishop of London's 
Pastoral Letter. By a Curate in the Country. 8vo. London, 1739. 

[P. 148. (6.)] 

Wbller ( Samuel) The Trial of Mr. W hi * field's Spirit, in Remarks upon 
his Fourth Journal. 8vo. London, 1740^ [P. 103. (12.)] 

Bowman (William) The Imposture of Methodism displayed. 8vo. London, 
1740. [P. 103. (13.)] 

Seward (William) Journal of a Voyage from Georgia to Philadelphia 
and London. 8 vo. London, 1740. [P. 103. (9.)] 

The History, of the Donatists, compared with the Rev. G. Whitfield and 
the Methodists. 8vo. London, 1741. [P. 148. (1.)] 

Observations on the Conduct of the Methodists. 4to. London, 1744. 

[P. 28. (20.)] 

Whitefield (George) A Letter to the Right Rev. Bishop of London, and 
the other the Right Rev. the Bishops concerned in a Pamphlet enti- 
tled " Observations upon the Conduct and Behaviour of a certain Sect, 
usually distinguished by the name of Methodists. Svo. London, 1711. 

[P. 148. (J.i] 

Church (Thomas) A Serious and Expostulatorji Letter to the Rtx. Gcurgt 
Whitfield. Occasioned by his late Letter to the llishop of London uwi 
other Bishops. 8vo. London, 1744. [P. 148. (4.)] 

Whitefield (George) A Letter to the Rev. Mr. Thomas Church, M.A. in 
Answer to his *' Serious and Expostulatorv Letter," &c. Svo. 1744. 

[P. 14S. (5.)] 

Whitfield (George) A Brief Account of the Occasion, Process, and Issue 
of a Trial at the Assize at Gloucester, March ;j, 1 7 between some 
of the people called Methodists, Plaintiffs, and certain persons of the 
town of Minchin Hampton, Defendants. 8vo. London, 1 744. 

[!'. US. 

A Brief Account of the late Persecution and barbarous Usage of the 
Methodists at Exeter, &c. By an Impartial Hand. 8vo. Exon, 1746. 

: P. fS )' 



HISTORY OF THE WESLEY AN METHODISTS. 887 



Harm an (John) The Crooked Disciple's Remarks upon the Blind 
Guide's Mode of preaching for some years. 8vo. London, 17 — >. 

[P. 205. (12.)] 

Berridge (Rev.' Mr.) A Fragment of the True Religion ; being the Sub- 
stance of two Letters. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 205. (1.)] 

Green ( John, Dean of Lincoln ) The Principles and Practices of the Me- 
thodists considered, in two Letters to the Rev. Messrs. Berridge and 
Whitfield. 8vo. London, 1760. [P. 205. (2,3.)] 



3. History and Principles of the Wesleyan Methodists. 

•Clarke (Adam) Memoirs of the Wesley Family. 8vo. London, 1824. 

•Whitehead (John) Life of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A. and of the 
Rev. Charles Wesley, M.A. ; forming a History of Methodism. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1793-96. 

•Southey (Robert) The Life of Wesley, and the Rise and Progress of 
Methodism. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1820. 

* IV atson (Richard) Observations on the preceding Work, in Defence of 
Mr. Wesley's Character, Labours, and Opinions. 8vo. London, 1820. 

•Drew (Samuel) The Life of the Rev. Thomas Coke, LL.D. ; including 
his Voyages, Travels, and Missionary Exertions in England, Ireland, 
America, and the West Indies. 8vo. London, 1820. 

Church (Thomas) Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Wesley's last Journal. 
8vo. London, 1745. [P. 148. (9.)] 

Wesley (John) An Answer to the Rev. Mr. Church's "Remarks" #c. 
12mo. Bristol, [1745.] [P. 338. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 12mo. Bristol, [1745.] [E. 27. 5.] 

Church (Thomas) Some farther Remarks on the Rev. Mr. John Wesley's 
last Journal; with a few Considerations on his "Farther Appeal." 
8vo. London. [P. 148. (10.)] 

Wesley (Juhn) The Principles of a Methodist farther explained, in a Second 
Letter to Mr. Church. 12mo. London, 1746. [P. 338. (3.)] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1746. [E. 27. 5.] 

Wesley (John) Appeal to Men of Reason and Religion* 12mo. London, 
1786. [Hh. 4. 37.] 

Wesley (John) A short Account of the School in Kings wood, near Bris- 
tol. 12mo. Bristol, 1749. [E. 27. 5.] 

Parkhurst (John) A Serious and Friendly Address to the Rev. John Wes- 
ley. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 205. (14.)] 

Minutes of several Conversations between the Preachers late in connec- 
tion with the Rev. Mr. Wesley from the year 1744 to the year 1806. 
12mo. 3 vols. London, Leeds, &c. 1793-1806. [Ii. 1. 17-19.] 

Minutes of several Conversations between the Rev. John Wesley and the 
Preachers in connection with him. 12mo. London, 1779. 

[Hh. 4. 37.1 

A Conversation between Richard Hill, Esq. the Rev. Mr. Madan, and 
Father Walsh, Superior of a Convent of English Monks at Paris : 
relative to some Doctrinal Minutes advanced by the Rev. John Wesley 
and others, at a Conference held in London. 8vo. London, 1771. 

[P. 310. (4.)] 



828 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 

Hill (John) A Vindication of the Methodists, in the Societies of the late 
Rev. John Wesley, from several Popular Objections of the present day. 
8vo. London, 1806. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Severn (William J A Vindication of the Unitarians; or Remarks on the 
preceding Publication. 8vo. Hutl r \806. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Watson (Richard) A Defence of the Wesley an Methodist Missions in the 
West Indies. 8 vo. London, 1817. [Gg. 6. 19.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 32.] 

Another Copy. 8 vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 7. 23.] 



viii. History, fyc. of the Unitarians. 

Cheynell (Francis) The Rise, Growth, and Danger of Socinianisme. 
4to. London, 1643. [L. 19. 30.] 

Lindset (Theophilus) An Historical View of the State of the Unitarian 
Doctrine and Worship, from the Reformation to our own Times. 
8vo. London, 1783. [A. 14. 52.] 

Dialithi (Christophili) X/099/Ltodca Parabolico- Prophet ica de infausto 
Fausti Socini Asseclarum exitu. 12mo. Oxonii, 1699. [E. 16. 32.]] 

A Narrative of Mr. J. Rawson's Case ; or Account of his Exclusion 
from Communion with the Congregational Church in Nottingham. 
8vo. London, 1737. [P. 92. (6.)] 

Sloss ( James) The true Narrative of the Case of Joseph Rawson. With 
a Plea for the Right of Religious Societies to excommunicate Heretical and 
unruly Members. 8vo. London, 1737. [P. 92. (7.)] 

Taylor (John) A Defence of the common Rights of Christians ; being a 
Reply to Mr.Sloss's pretended Narrative. 8vo. London, 1 738. 

[P. 92. (8.)] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) Apology, on resigning the Vicarage of Catterick, 
in Yorkshire. 8vo. London, 1774. [P. 290. (1.)] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) Sequel to the Apology. 8vo. London, 1786. 

[D. 26. 27.] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) Apology on resigning the Vicarage of Catterick. 
Sequel to the Apology. 8vo. London, 1 782-86. [A. 14. 51.] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) A Farewell Address to the Parishioners of Catterick. 
8vo. London, 1774. [P. 294. (3.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1774. [A. 14. 53.] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) A Sermon at the Opening of the Chapel in Essex- 
House, Essex-street, in the Strand, Sunday, April 17, 1774. To 
which is added, A Summary Account of the Reformed Liturgy, on the 
Plan of the late Dr. Samuel Clarke. 8vo. London, 1774. [P. "294. (2.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1774. [A. 14. 53.] 

A letter to a Layman on the subject of the Rev. Mr. Li/idsa/s Proposal for 
a Reformed English Church upon the Plan of the laic Dr. Samuel Clarke. 
8vo. London, 1774. [P. 294. (4.)] 

Lindsey (Theophilus) Sermon at the Opening of the New Chapel in 
Essex-street 8vo. London, 1778. [A. 14. 63.] 



HISTORY OF THE ROMAN CATHOLICS. 829 

Queries relating to the Book of Common-Prayer, with proposed Amend- 
ments, addressed to those in Authority. London, 1774. [P. £94. (5.)] 

The Book of Common-Prayer, reformed according to the Plan of the late 
Dr. Samuel Clarke : together with the Psalter or Psalms of David. 
8vo. London, 1774. [P. 294. (1.)] 



ix. New Jerusalem Church, or Swedenborgians. 

Clowes (Rev. J.) A Few Plain Answers to the Question, Why do you 
receive the Testimony of Baron Sweden horg ? Svo. London, 1 806. 

[Gg. 7. 13.] 



x. History of the Roman Catholics, including Publications relating 

to their Claims. 

•Butler [Charles] Historical Memoirs respecting the English, Irish, and 
Scottish Catholics, from the Reformation to the present Time. 4 vols. 
8vo. London, 1822. 

Watson (William) A Decachordon of Ten Quodlibetical Questions con- 
cerning Religion and State ; wherein the Authour framing himself a 
Quilibet to every Quodlibet, decides a hundred crosse interrogatorie 
Doubts about the generall Contentions betwixt the Seminarie Priests 
and Jesuits. 4to. 1602. [G. 6. 24.] 

Morton (Thomas) Charge of Rebellion and Equivocation against the 
Papists. 4to. London, 1606. [P. 53. (1.)] 

Lomini (M.) Historia et Confutatio Blakloana? Haeresis. 4to. Gandavi, 

1675. [P. 12. (7.)] 
The History of the English College at Doway, from its first foundation 

in 1568 to the present time. 8vo. London, 1713. [N. 9. 48.] 

A Short Narrative of the Discovery of a College of Jesuits, at a place 
called the Come, in the county of Hereford. With a Relation of the 
Knavery of Father Lewis, the pretended Bishop of Landaffe. 4to. 
London, 1679. [L. 15. 37.] 

The Curse of Popery and Popish Princes to the Civil Government and 
Protestant Church of England, demonstrated from the Debates of Par- 
liament in 1680, relating to the Bill of Exclusion of the then Duke of 
York. 8vo. London, 1807. (Two Copies.) [Gg. 3. 53,54.] 

Catholicism without Popery. An Essay to render the Church of Eng- 
land a Means and a Pattern of Union to the Christian World. 8vo. 
London, 1699. [L. 15. 23.] 

The Present Danger of Popery in England; shewing the Strength of 
the English Papists at home and abroad. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[L. 15. 6.] 

Richardson (John) History of the Attempts to convert the Irish Papists. 

8vo. London, 1712. [R. 328. (3.)] 
Steele (Sir Richard) The Romish Ecclesiastical History of late years. 

8vo. London, 1714. [M. 19. 50.] 

Jesse (William) A Remonstrance addressed to the Protestant Association. 
8vo. London, 1780. [Hh. 4. 45.] J 



830 ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND. 

The Humble Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland to the Parlia- 
ment of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1805. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Catholic Emancipation. 8vo. London, 1805. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Hippisley (Sir John Cox) The Substance of Additional Observations in- 
tended to have been delivered in the House of Commons, in the De- 
bate on the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland, May 13th and 
14th, 1805. 8vo. London, 1806. [Ff. 4. 15.] 

Sidmouth (Lord Viscount) Substance of his Speech in the House of 
Lords. 8vo. London, 1807. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Thoughts on the Catholic Question. With a Supplement. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1807. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Cursory Reflections on the Measures now in Agitation in favour of die 
Roman Catholics. 8vo. London, 1807. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1807. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

Mslancthon's Letter to Dr. Troy, on the Coronation of Bonaparte by 
Pope Pius VII. 8vo. Dublin. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Letters to Lords Grenville and Howick, on their Removal from the 
Councils of the King, in consequence of their attempting the total Re- 
peal of the Test Laws. By a Protestant. 8vo. London, 1807. 

[Gg. 3. 57.] 

Hill (John) Reflections on the late Proceedings and Discussion concern- 
ing the Roman Catholics. 8vo. Hull, 1807. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Dikes (Thomas) Strictures on Mr. Hill's Pamphlet i»i the Proceedings 
relative to the Roman Catholics. Svo. Hull, 1807. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Another Copy. Svo. Hull, 1807. [Hh. 7. 25.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Hull, 1807. [Hh. 7. 27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Hull, 1807. [Hh. 7. 28.] 

Clinch (J. B.) An Inquiry into the Consequences of giving to his Ma- 
jesty a Negative upon the Appointment of Irish Catholic Bishops and 
Priests. 8vo. Dublin, 1808. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

The Irish Magazine for July, August, September, and October, 1S08. 
8vo. Dublin, 1808. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

. Sarsfield's Reply to Dr. Milner's Statement in the Kilkenny Herald. 
8vo. Kilkenny, 1808. [Gg. 3. 57.] 

Trotter (J. B.) Letter to Viscount Southwell, on vesting in the King 
the Nomination of Catholic Bishops. Svo. Dublin, 1808. [Gg. 58.] 

Kipling (Dr.) Certain Accusations brought recently by hish Papists 
against British and Irish Protestants of every denomination, examined. 
8vo. London, 1809. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

Elrington (Rev. Dr.) Reflections on the Appointment of Dr. Mihicras 
the Political Agent of the Roman Catholic Clergv of Ireland. Svo. 
Dublin, 1809. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

Address to the Clergy of the United Church in Ireland. Svo. Dublin. 
1809. [Gg. 3. 58.] 

Milker (Joseph) An Elucidation of the Veto. 8vo. London, 1S10. 



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Thorp (William) Substance of a Speech intended to have been delivered 
at Bristol on the Claims of the Roman Catholics. 8vo. Bristol, 1810. 

[Gg. 3. 56.] 

The Debates in both Houses of Parliament in the Session of 1810, on 
the Petition of the Roman Catholics of Ireland. 8vo. London, 1811. 

[Gg. 3. 55.] 

Columbanus ad Hibernos: Four Letters from Columban [the Rev. C. 
O 'Conor, D. D.] to his Friend in Ireland, on the Discipline of the 
Irish [Roman-Catholic] Church. 8vo. London, 1810-11. [Gg. 3. 59.] 

An Historical Address on the Calamities occasioned by Foreign Influ- 
ence in the Nomination of Bishops to Irish Sees. By the Rev. C. 
O'Conor, D. D. Part II. 8vo. London, 1812. [Gg. 3. 60.] 
* # * Part I. is one of the Letters of Columbanus ad Hibernos. 

Lingard (John) Documents to ascertain the Sentiments of British Catho- 
lics in former ages, respecting the Power of the Popes. 8vo. London, 

1812. [Gg. 3. 56.] 

A Letter to the Right Hon. George Canning on his proposed Motion 
in favour of Catholic Emancipation. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 3. 56.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 7. 16.] 

G renville (Right Hon. Lord) Letter to the Earl of Fingal, on the Claims 
of the Roman Catholics. 8 vo. London, 1812. [Gg. 3. 56.] 

A Letter to the Earl of Fingal, by the Author of the Letter to Mr. 
Canning. 8vo. Dublin, 1813. [Gg. 3. 56.] 

Another Copy. Second Edition. 8vo. Loudon, 1818. 

[Gg. 7. 16.] 

Hippxsley (Sir John Cox) Letters to the Earl of Fingall, on the subject 
of the Catholic Claims. 8vo. London, 1813. [ Hn - 2 - 40.] 

Butler (Charles) An Appeal to the Protestants of Great Britain and 
Ireland, on the subject of the Roman Catholic Question. 8vo. London, 

1813. [Gg. 5. 27.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 6. 30.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Hh. 2. 37.] 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Hh. 7. 25.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1813. [Hh. 7. 27.] 

Tracts issued by the Protestant Union Society on the Roman Catholic 
Question, Nos. I. II. and III. 8vo. London, 1813. [Gg. 5. 27.] 

Another Copy. Nos. L and II. 8vo. London, 1813. 

[Gg. 3. 56.] 

Dromgoole (Dr.) Speeches against surrendering the Government of the 
Catholic Church in Ireland to the discretion of Parliament. 8vo. 
Dublin, 1814. [Gg. 7. 43.] 

The Fifth of November, or Protestant Principles revived in Memory of 
the Glorious Revolution by King William III. 8vo. London, 1814. 

[Gg. 6. 30.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1814. [Hh. 2. 31.] 

An Humble Remonstrance to the Members of the House of Commons 
on the Nature and Object of the Report of its Select Committee for 
inquiring into the Laws and Ordinances of Foreign States respecting 
their Roman Catholic Subjects, &c. 8vo. London, 1816. [Hh. 2. 40.] 



882 HISTORY OF SCOTLAND. 



Foster (John Leslie) Report of a Speech in the House of Commons, 
* a Motion made by the Right Hon. Henry Grattan, for the House 
resolve itself into a Committee on the Petition of the Roman Cathol 
of Ireland, May 9th, 1817. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 40.] 

Pbel (Right Hon. Robert) Substance of a Speech in the House of Cc 
mons, on May 9th, 1817, on the Right Hon. Henry G rattan's Moti 
8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 40.] 

Fowler (Right Rev. Robert, Bishop of Ossory) Speech in the House 
Peers, May 16, 1817, on the motion of the Earl of Donoughmore 
lating to the Roman Catholic Claims. 8vo. London, 1817. 

[Hh. 2. 4 

The Danofrs with which Great Britain and Ireland are now mena< 
by the Demands of Irish Roman Catholics shewn and proved, fr 
authentic Documents. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 40.] 

Likoaru (John) Observations on the Laws and Ordinances which e: 
in Foreign States, relative to the Religious Concerns of their Ron 
Catholic Subjects. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 40.] 

The Source of the Evil : addressed to the United Parliament and 
People of Great Britain, on the League formed between the Irish L 
Separatists and the Irish Roman Catholic Bishops, on the Measure 
Emancipation. 8vo. London, 1817. [Hh. 2. 40.] 

Blair (William) The Revival of Popery, its Intolerant Character, Politi 
Tendency, and Unceasing Usurpations detailed. Svo. London, 181 

[Ff. 5. 

—— Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1819. [Gg. G. 35.] 



2. History of Scotland. 
i. Topography and Antiquities of Scotland. 

♦Grose (Francis) The Antiquities of Scotland. 2 vols, imperial 
London, 1797. 

•Forsyth (Robert) The Beauties of Scotland. 5 vols. Svo. Edin 
1805. 

"Chalmers (George) Caledonia ; or an Account, Historical aiu 
graphic, of North Britain ; from the most ancient to the presc 
With a Dictionary of Places, Chorographical and Philologi 
4to. Vols. 1. II. London, 1807-10. 

Scotlb Indicdlum ; or the Present State of Scotland. £4mo. 
1682. [B. 8. 4.] 

A Short Account of Scotland ; being a Description of that 
and what the Constitution of it is in Church and State. 8vo 
1702. [M. 19. 42.] 

Martin (M.) A Description of the Western Islands of Scot! 
London, 1716. [D. 27. 11.] 

Letters from a Gentleman in the North of Scotland, cent; 
•eription of a Capital Town in that Northern Country 
[By Captain Burt.] 2 vols. Svo. London, 17.34. [P. 1. 

Pennant (Thomas) A Tour in Scotland. 8vo. London, 1 77: 



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Johnson (Dr. Samuel) A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland. 
8vo. London, 1775. [G, 23. Ji.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vol. VIII. [S. 6. 8.] 

•Carlisle (Nicholas) A Topographical Dictionary of Scotland. 2 vols. 
4to. London, 1813. 

?A General Report of the Agricultural State and Political Circumstan- 
ces of Scotland : drawn up (principally from the " Statistical Account 
of Scotland," and the " Agricultural Surveys") for the Consideration of 
the Board of Agriculture, under the direction of Sir John Sinclair. 
5 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1814. 

•Macculloch (John) A Description of the Western Islands of Scotland, 
including the Isle of Man : comprising an Account of their Geological 
Structure, with Remarks on their Agriculture, Scenery, and Antiqui- 
ties. 2 vols. 8vo. with a 4to. Atlas of Plates, &c. London, 1819. 

Stewakt (Dngald) A Short Statement of some important Facts relative 
to the late Election of a Mathematical Professor in the University of 
Edinburgh. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1805. [Gg. 7. 17.] 

Owen (Robert) An Address to the People of New Lanark, on the first of 
January, 1816, at the Opening of the Institution established for the 
Formation of Character. 8vo. London, 1816. [Hh. 2. 45.] 



ii. Civil History of Scotland. — Narrative and Documentary . 

Boethii (Hectoris^ Scotorum Historia a prima Gentis Origine. folio, 
1526. [G. 4. 10.] 

Buchanani (Geor«. ii) Rerum Scoticarum Historia. 8vo. Francofurti ad 
Moenum, 1638. [F. 19. 22.] 

The Proceedings of the Commissioners for the Arrangement and Pre- 
servation of the Public Records, so far as relates to Scotland, folio, 
1806-8. [Ff. 1. 29.] 

Rotuli Scotle in Turri Londinensi, et in Domo Capitulari Westmonas- 
teriensi asservati. 2 vols, folio, Londini, 1814-19. [Kk. 1. 10,11.] 

Thi Actis and Constitutions of the Realme of Scotland, temp. James 
I — V. and Queen Mary, folio, Edinburgh, mfclfbi. [Hh. 1. 28.] 

The Acts of the Parliaments of Scotland, 1 124-1592. Vols. II. et III. 
folio, 1814. [Kk. 1. 38,39.] 

Registrum Magni Sigilli Regum Scotorum, in Archivis Publicis asserva- 
tum, 1306-1424. folio, 1814. [Kk. 1. 36.] 

Inquisitionum ad Capellam Domini Regis rctornatarum, quae in Publicis 
Archivis Scotise adhuc servantur, Abbreviatio. [Cum Supplementls.] 
8 tomis, folio, 1811-16. [Kk. 1. 17-20.] 

The History of Scotland. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XVI. [Cc. 1. 35.] 

Dalbymple (Sir David, # Lord Hailes) Remarks on the History of Scot- 
land. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1773. [Ff. 8. 129.] 

Dairy m pie (Sir David) Annals of Scotland from the Accession of Malcolm 
III. to the Accession of the House of Stewart. 8vo. 3 vols. Edin- 
burgh, 1797. [Gg. 4. 25-27.] 

Laing (Malcolm) The History of Scotland, from the Union of the Crowns 
on the Accession of James VI. to the throne of England, to the Unioa 

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of the Kingdoms in the Reign of Queen Anne. With a Dissertation 
on the Participation of Mary in the Murder of Lord Darnley. 
4 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1804. [Gg. 4. 28-31.] 

The same work, vols. 1 and 2. Edinburgh, 1804. [Gg. 4. 32,33.] 

Stuart (Gilbert) The History of Scotland, from the Establishment of 
the Reformation till the death of Queen Mary. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 
1782. [Gg. 4. 41,42.] 

Anderson (James) Collections relating to the History of Mary Queen ot 
Scotland. 4to. 4 vols, in 2, Edinburgh, 1727-28. [Hh. 1. 18,19.] 

•Chalmers (George) The Life of Mary Queen of Scots. 3 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1822. 

Melvil (Sir James) Memoirs of the most remarkable A flairs of State 
relating to the Kingdoms of England and Scotland, under the Reigns 
of Queen Elizabeth, Mary Queen of Scots and King James. Svo. 
Edinburgh, 1735. [Hh. 8. 11.] 

Robertson (William) The History of Scotland during the Reigns of Queen 
Mary and James VI. till his Accession to the Crown of England. With 
a Review of the Scottish History previous to that period. 2 vols. 4to. 
London, 176-. [O. 8. 20,21.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. Glasgow, 1811. [Gg. 4. 34,35.] 

Goodall (Walter) An Examination of the Letters said to be written by 
Mary Queen of Scots to James Earl of Bothwell, shewing that they are 
forgeries. l$mo. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 1754. [Ee. 4. 99,100.] 

Whitaker (John) Vindication of Mary Queen of Scots. 3 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1790. [Gg. 4. 36-38.] 

Ttttler (Wm.) An Inquiry, Historical and Critical, into the Evidence 
against Mary Queen of Scots. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1790. 

[Gg. 4. 39,40.] 

A Bisterveld (Hadr. Dammanis) Schcdiasmata de Nuptiis Scotorum 
Regis Jacobi VI. et Anna 1 , Friderici II. Danitt Regis lilia?, &c. ito. 
Edinburgi, 1590. [E. 19. 34.] 

Ta tov Mouffav Earwdia : The Muse's Welcome to King James I. at his 
Return to his native Kingdom of Scotland after fourteen years Absence, 
Anno 1617. Digested according to the order of his Majesty's Pro- 
gress. By J. A. [John Adamson.] folio, Edinburgh, 1G18. 

[M. 4. 10.] 

Baillie (Robert) Letters and Journals of Public Transactions in Eng- 
land and Scotland, from 1G37 to 1602. 8vo. 2 vols. Edinburgh, 17/5. 

[Gg. 7. 28,29.] 

Guthrie (Henry, Bishop of Dunkeld) Memoirs from 1637 to the Death 
of King Charles I. 12mo. Glasgow, 1718. [I .e. 4. 96.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1702. [Hh. 8. S.J 

A Large Declaration concerning the late Tumults in Soot land. Bv the 
King [Charles I.] folio, London, 1639. 2. 21] 

Rerum nuper Regno Scotia? gestarum Ilistoria. Addita est Ecclesi» 
Scotia? ad Helveticas Reformatas Epistola, qua compendio res tora 
perspective exhibetur. Per Irenauim Philalethem, Eh uthcrium. Svo. 
Dantisci, 1641. [F. 18. 24 ] 

A Letter against the Engagement as it was sent to a Minister whopcr- 
swaded his; Neighbour that he might subscribe. 4to. 16, r »0. 



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Crawtord (David) Memorials of the Affairs of Scotland in the year 1648. 
l*mo. Edinburgh, 1753. [Ff. 7. 43.] 

Oldmixon (John) Memoirs of North Britain, from the Revolution to 
1710. 8vo. London, 1715. [Gg. 8. 19.] 

Burnet (Gilbert) A Vindication of the Authority, Constitution and Laws 
of the Church and State of Scotland. 8vo. Glasgow, 1673. 

[M. 18. 46.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Glasgow, 1673. [R. 14. 65.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1724. [Hh. 8. 5.] 

Ah Account of the Proceedings of the Parliament of Scotland which met 
at Edinburgh May 6, 1703. 8vo, London, 1704. [I. 14. 18.] 



iii. Ecclesiastical History of Scotland. 

(1) History op the Presbyterian Kirk of Scotland. 

Sfotswood (John, Archbishop of St. Andrew's) The History of the 
Church of Scotland from the year 203 to the end of the Reign of James 
VI. folio, London, 1655. [D. 13. 5.] 

Knox (John) The Historie of the Reformation of the Church of Scotland, 
folio, London, 1644. [Cc. 1. 11.] 

Another Copy, folio, Edinburgh, 1732. [Ff. 3. 12.] 

M'Crie (Thomas) Life of John Knox ; containing Illustrations of the 
History of the Reformation in Scotland. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1812. 

[Cc. 3. 62.] 

•M'Crie (Thomas) Life of Andrew Melville ; containing Illustrations of 
the Ecclesiastical and Literary History of Scotland, during the latter 
part of the 16th and the beginning of the 17th Century. 2 vols. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1819. 

Stuart (Gilbert) The History of the Establishment of the Reformation 
in Scotland. 4to. London, 1780. [Cc. 2. 19.] 

Cooks (George) History of the Reformation in Scotland. 3 vols. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1811. [Cc. 3. 30-32.] 

Keith (Robert) History of the Affairs of Church and State in Scot- 
land from the beginning of the Reformation in the reign of James V. 
to the retreat of Queen Mary into England Anno 1568. Vol. I. folio, 
Edinburgh, 1734. [Bb. 1. 46.] 

Calderwood (David) The True Historie of the Church of Scotland, 
from the beginning of the Reformation to the end of the reign of King 
James VI. folio, 1678. [Ff. 3. 13.] 

Woodrow (Robert) History of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland 
from the Restauration to the Revolution. 2 vols, folio, Edinburgh, 
1721, 1722. [Bb. 1. 44,45.] 

Ceooxshank (William) History of the Church of Scotland from the Re- 
storation to the Revolution. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1749. [Cc. 3. 60,61.] 

•The Secret and True History of the Church of Scotland from the Resto- 
ration to the year 1678, by the Rev. James Kirkland ; with an Account 
of the Murder of Archbishop Sharp by James Russell, an Actor 
therein. Edited from the MSS. by Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe. 4to. 
Edinburgh, 1817. 

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Gbnerall Demands concerning the late Covenant : propounded by the 
Ministers and Professors of Divinity in Aberdene, to some Reverend 
Brethren, who came thither to recommend the late Covenant to thera, 
and to those who are committed to their Charge. Together with 
the Answers of those Reverend Brethren to the said Demands ; as 
also the Replyes of the foresaid Ministers and Professors to their An- 
swers. 4to. London, 1638. [M. 20. 35.] 

Hamilton (Marquess of) Vindication of himself against the Answerers 
to the General Demands. 4to. London, 1638. [M. 20. 35.] 

The Answers of some Brethren of the Ministrie to the Replies of the 
Ministers and Professours of Divinitie in Aberdene, concerning ttie 
late Covenant. 4to. London, 1638. QM. 20. 35.] 

Duplies of the Ministers and Professors of Aberdene to the second An- 
swers of sothe Reverend Brethren concerning the late Covenant. 4to. 
London, 1638. [M. 20. 35.] 

His Majesties [Charles I.] Proclamation in Scotland ; with an Expla- 
nation of the Meaning of the Oath and Covenant, by the Lord Mar- 
quesse, his Majestie's High Commissioner. 4to. London, 1039. 

[M. 20. So.] 

A Full Confutation of the Covenant lately sworne and subscribed by 
many in Scotland. Delivered in Speech at the Visitation of Downe 
and Conner, held in Lisnegarry, Sept. 26, 103S. Ito. London, 1659. 

[M. 20. 36.] 

The Declinator and Protestation of the Archbishops and Bishops of 
the Church of Scotland, and others their Adherents within that King- 
dome, against the pretended Generall Assembly holden at Glasgow, 
Novemb. 21, 1638. 4to. London, 1639. [M. 20. 35.] 

The Protestation of the Generall Assembly of the Kirke of Scotland, 
and of the Noblemen, Barrons, Gentlemen, Borrowes, Ministers, and 
Commons, subscribers of the Covenant lately made at the Mercate 
Crosse of Edinburgh, the 18 of December, \ 6$$. 4to. Edinburgh, 1639. 

[Ii. 1. 30.] 

The Epistle Congratulatorie of Lysimaciius Nicanor, of the Societie of 
Jesus, to the Covenanters in Scotland. Wherein is paralleled our Sweet 
Harmony and Correspondency in divers Materiall Points of Doctrine 
and Practice. 4to. 1610. [M. 15. 34.] 

Another Copy. 4to. 1610. [N. 8. 22.] 

The Government and Order of the Chvrch of Scotland. Ito. Ldin- 
brug, 1641. [L. 15. 21.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Edinbrug, 161-1. [M. 20. :J2.j 

The Reformation of the Discipline and Sri vice of the Church, accord- 
ing to the best Reformed Churches: with the Form of Common 
Prayers and Administration of the Saeranu nts used in theT.nii'h^ 
Church of Geneva, as it was approved by ihe most Reverend lh'v r:> 
of the Church of Scotland. With the Maimer of their Election < k 
Pastors and Ministers, and touching the Olltee of Eiders. Hmni'ly 
presented to the High Court of Parliament. I to. London, 161 

M 20. -]'.] 

The Burthen of Issachar : or the Tyrannical! Power and Practise o\ ti s e 
Presbyteriall Government in Scotland ; in their Parochi :11 S --^s. 
Presbyterie, Provinciall Synods, Generall Assembly. With die An- 
cles of Presbyterian Faith inconsistent with Monarchic. Whereby i: ; s 



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evident that Presbyteriall Fingers are heavier than Episcopall Loynes ; 
these correcting with a Rod, those with a Scorpion. And therefore it 
is not the Kingdome and Government of Jesus Christ, whose Yoake is 
easie, his Burthen light, and his Scepter a Scepter of Righteousnesse. 
4to. 1646. [M. 20. 35.] 

The Government of the Church of Scotland fully declared. Wherein 
is largely set forth the Order and Uniformitie to be observed in the 
Realme of Scotland, concerning Doctrine, Administration of the Sa- 
craments, &c. Together with an Act of Parliament, and severall Acts 
of the Generall Assemblies for rectifying and confirming of the same. 
4to. London, 1647. [M. 20. 35.] 

Bromwell (John, Bp. of Londonderry) A Warning to take heed of the 
Scottish Discipline. 4to. 1649. [P. 45. (5.)] 

A True and Short Narrative of the horrid Murder of the Reverend Fa- 
ther in God, James [Sharp] Archbishop of St. Andrews, on the 3d' 
of May, 1679. folio, London, 1680. [C. 5. 20.] 

Ravillac Redivivus : a Narrative of the Trial and Execution of James 
Mitchell, a Conventicle Preacher, for an Attack on the person of the 
Archbishop of St. Andrews ; and also of the Trial and Execution of 
Major Weir for Adultery, Incest, and Bestiality. 4to. London, 1678. 

[M. 20. 14.] 

The Spirit of Fanaticism exemplified in the Trials of Mr. James Michel, 
a Presbyterian Minister hanged at Edinburgh for an attempt made 
upon the Archbishop of St. Andrew's, and Major Thomas Weir, a 
gifted Brother, who was burnt between Edinburgh and Leith, for 
Adultery, Bestiality, and Incest. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[P. 223. (14.)] 

The Principal Controversies between the Litteral Presbyters of the Kirk 
of Scotland, and the Illuminated Members of the Church of Christ 
called Quakers ; truly collected, stated, and opened by G[eorge] 
W[hitehead.] 4to. London, 1672. [Ii. 1. 30.] 

Some Questions resolved concerning Episcopal and Presbyterian Go- 
vernment in Scotland. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 15. 32.] 

An Historical Relation of the late General Assembly in Edinburgh, 
from Oct. 16 to Nov. 13, in the year 1690. 4to. London, 1691. 

[M. 14. 32.] 

A Letter to a Friend, giving an Account of all the Treatises that have 
been publish'd, with relation to the present Persecution against the 
Church of Scotland. 4to. London, 1692. [M. 14. 22.] 

A Cloud of Witnesses for the Royal Prerogatives of Jesus Christ ; or 
the Last Speeches and Testimonies of those who have suffered for the 
Truth in Scotland, since the year 1680. 12mo. Glasgow, 1796. 

[Ff. 7. 31.] 

The True Difference betwixt the Principles and Practices of the Kirk 
and Church of Scotland, exemplified in several instances. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1712. [M. 19. 36.] 

Barclay (P.) A Persuasive to the People of Scotland, in order to remove 
their Prejudice to the Book of Common Prayer. 8vo. London, 1713. 

[M. 19. 16.] 

A Vindication of the Church of Scotland from the Aspersions of Mr. 
William Dugud. 8vo. London, 1714. [L. 15. 32.] 



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A Representation of the State of the Church in North Britain, its Oppo- 
sition to Episcopacy and Liturgy, and the Sufferings of the Orthodox 
and Regular Clergy, &c. 8vo. London, 1718. [P. 237. (4.)] 

State of the Society in Scotland for propagating Christian Knowledge, 
Anno 1729. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1729. [P. 328. (9.)] 

Short Accounts of the Society in Scotland for propagating Christian 
Knowledge. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1796, 1801, 1809, 1811. [Gg. 6. 16.] 

A Short Narrative of the Extraordinary Work at Cambuslang. [By 
James Robe.] 12mo. Glasgow, 1742. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Fisher ( James ) A Review of Mr. Robe's Preface to his Narrative of the 
Extraordinary Work at Kilsyth. 12mo. Glasgow, 1742. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Willison (James) Expostulatory Letter to Mr. James Fisher, on the pre- 
ceding Review. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1743. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Robe (James) Second and Third Letters to Mr. Fisher. 12mo. Edin- 
burgh, 1743. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

A Warning and Reproof, with Advice, to those who have spoken calum- 
niously against the Work of the Spirit of God, at Cambuslang, ore. 
12mo. Glasgow, 1742. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

A True Account of the Wonderful Conversion at Cambuslang. 12mo. 
Glasgow, 1742. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Currie (John) A New Testimony unto and Further Vindication of the 
Work of God at Cambuslang. 12mo. Glasgow, 174.?. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Davidson (William) The Cuckow, or Field Preacher's Petition. 12 mo. 
Glasgow, 1742. [Ff. 8. 52.] 

Webster (Alexander) Divine Influence the True Spring of the Extraor- 
dinary Work at Cambuslang, and other Places in the West of Scotland. 
12mo. Edinburgh, 1742. [Ff. 8. 53.] 

The Signs of the Times considered ; or The high Probability that the 
present Appearances in New England and the West of Scotland are a 
Prelude of the Glorious Things promised to the Church in the latter 
ages. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1712. [Ff. 8. 53.] 

A Letter from a Blacksmith to the Ministers and Elders of the Church 
of Scotland ; in which the manner of Public Worship there is pointed 
out ; its Inconveniences and Defects considered, and Methods for re- 
moving them humbly proposed. [By the Rev. Mr. Hume.] Svo. 
London, 1759. [P. 281. (4.)] 

The Religious Establishment in Scotland examined upon Protestant 
Principles, occasioned by the late Prosecution against the Rev. Mr. 
Alexander Fergusson, Minister in Kilwinning. Svo. London, 1771. 

[G. 23. 5.] 

Stewart (Alexander) Account of a late Revival of Rcliirion in the High- 
lands of Scotland. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1802. [Aa. 3. 82.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Edinburgh, 181 5. [llh. 7. 23.] 

Chalmers (Thomas) Substance of a Speech delivered in the General 
Assembly on Thursday, the 25th instant, respecting the Merits of the 
late Bill for the Augmentation of Stipends to the Clergy of Scotland. 
8vo. Edinburgh, 1809. [Hh. 2. 45.] 



HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH CHURCH. 839 



Tracts relative to the Secession from the Kirk of Scotland. 

Gib (Adam) The Present Truth : a Display of the Secession Testimony 
in three Periods, of the Rise, State, and Maintenance of that Testi- 
mony. 2 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1774. [Hh. 9. 64,65.] 

Indictment, Trial and Sentence of Messrs. T s K r, A w 

B n, and R 1 M n, before the Associate Synod, at the in- 
stance of the Rev. Mr. Adam Gib. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1768. 

[Ff. 7. 30.] 

A Plea for Persecution : Ay, (do not stare) Downright Genuine Perse- 
cution. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1774. [Ff. 7. 30.] 

A Review of the Conduct and Principles of the Seceders. By Alexander 
Pirie. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1769. [Ff. 7. 30.] 



(2) History of the Episcopal Church of Scotland. 

Skinner (John) An Ecclesiastical History of Scotland, from the first Ap- 
pearance of Christianity in that Kingdom to the Present Time. 2 vols. 
8vo. London, 1788. [Cc. 3. 33,34.] 

•Skinner (John) Annals of Scottish Episcopacy, from 1788 to 1816, in- 
clusive. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1818. 

*An Historical Catalogue of the Scottish Bishops, down to the year 1688. 
By the Right Rev. Robert Keith. Also an Account of all the Reli- 
gious Houses that were in Scotland at the time of the Reformation, by 
John Spottiswoode. A new edition, corrected and continued to the 
present time, by the Rev. M. Russell, LL.D. 8vo. London, 1824. 

A True State of the Case of the Rev. Mr. Greenshields' prison in 
, Edinburgh, for reading the Common Prayer in an Episcopal Congre- 
gation. 8vo. London, 1710. [P. 106. (16.)] 

Remarks on a Pamphlet entitled a 1 True State of the Case of the Rev. Mr. 
Greenshields;* and the Proceedings against him in Scotland vindi- 
cated ; with the Answers of the Magistrates of Edinburgh to his Bill of 
Suspension, $c. 4to. London, 1710. [M. 14. 8.] 

The Famous Trtal of Mr. James Grame, Episcopal Minister of Dum- 
fermline, before the several Courts of J udicature in Scotland, concern- 
ing, 1. Christ's dying for all that profess the Gospel ; 2. His purchas- 
ing pardon and salvation, on condition of Faith and Repentance. With 
his Defences at large. The whole wrote by the Defendant after he 
was deposed. London, 1719. [P. 157. (2.)] 

Tbe^Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacraments and 
other Parts of Divine Service, for the Use of the Church of Scotland, 
folio, Edinburgh, 1737. [Gg. 2. 40.] 

The Office for the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper according to the Use 
of the Episcopal Church in Scotland. [Edited by the Rev. John 
Skinner.] 8vo. Aberdeen, 1807. [Ff. 4. 38.] 



840 WALES AND IRELAND. 



3. History of Wales. 
i. Topography and Antiquities of Wales. 

•Account of North and South Wales. 8vo. Beaut. Engl, and Wales, 
Vols. XVII. and XVIII. 

Rowlands (Henry) Motia Antiqua Reslaurata : An Archaeological Dis- 
course on the Antiquities, Natural and Historical, of the Isle of Angle- 
sey, the antient seat of the British Druids. 4 to. Dublin, 1723. 

[K. 6. 24.] 

A History of the Island of Anglesey, from its first Invasion by the Ro- 
mans until finally acceded to the Crown of England. 4to. London, 
1775. [R. 17. 23.] 

A Collection of Welch Travels, and Memoirs of Wales. 8vo. 

[Hh. 8. 12.] 

A Trip to North Wales, being a Description of that Country and People. 
8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 8. 12.] 

Waller (William) The Present State of the Mines in Cardiganshire. 
8vo. [M. 19. 26.] 

L&hiers (William) A Familiar Discourse concerning the Mine Adventure. 
8 vo. London, 1705. [L. 15. 25.] 

A Vindication of the Proceedings of the Governour and Company of the 
Mine Adventurers of England. 8vo. London, 1709. [M. 19. 43.] 

Powell (Rev. Mr.) Proposals for enriching the Principality of Wales. 
8vo. London, 1755. [P. 219. (5.)] 



ii. Civil History of Wales. 

The History of Wales, comprehending the Lives and Succession of the 
Princes of Wales, from Cadwallader, the last King, to Lhewelyn. the 
last Prince of British blood. With some account of the att'air» »jf 
Wales under the Kings of England. Written originally in British by 
Caradoc of Lhancarvan. Translated and edited by \V. Wynm:. bu>. 
London, 1702. [G. 22. 12.] 

Warrington (William) The History of Wales. 4to. London, 1 78G. 

[A. 1 1. 94/ 

Welsh Piety, or the Needful Charity of promoting the Salvation of the 
Poor; being an Account of the Rise and Projure.ss of the Circulating 
Welsh Charity Schools. 8vo. 1740. [P. ldl\(12.) j 1 

A Further Account of the Progress of the Welsh Charity Schools. 
By the Rev. Mr. Jones, in a Letter to a Friend. Svo. London. 1740. 

fl\ i;;i. (\s.y 

An Address to the Charitable and Well-disposed, in behalf of the Poor 
in the Principality of Wales. 8vo. London, 1741. [l\ 131. (11)1 



CIVIL HISTORY. 



841 



4. History of Ireland. 
i. Topography and Antiquities of Ireland. 

Echard (Laurence) An Exact Description of Ireland, chorographically 
surveying all its Provinces and Counties. 18mo. London, 1691. 

[K. 8. 45.] 

•Carlisle (Nicholas) A Topographical Dictionary of Ireland. 4to. 
London, 1810. 

A Natural History of Ireland. 4to. Dublin, 1726. [R. 16. 33.] 

Hibernia Curiosa. 8 vo. London, 17 — . [P. 307. (3.)] 

Young >( Arthur) A Tour in Ireland, with General Observations on the 
State of that Kingdom, made in the years 1776-1779. 2 vols. 8vo. 
Dublin, 1780. [L. 22. 8,9.] 

•Wakefield (Edward) An Account of Ireland, statistical and political. 
2 vols. 4to. London, 1812. 

•Ledwich (Edward) The Antiquities of Ireland. 4to. Dublin, 1803. 

•Robertson (Joseph) The Traveller's Guide through Ireland : or a To- 
pographical Description of that Kingdom. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1806. 

Down. — The Ancient and Present State of the County of Down. 8vo. 
Dublin, 1757. [F. 25. 12.] 

Dublin. — An Enquiry, how far the Provost of Trinity College, Dublin, 
is invested with a Negative on the Proceedings of the Senior Fellows, 
by the Charter and Statutes of that College. 8vo. Dublin, 1790. 

[Ii. 1. 13.] 

An Account of the Innovations made by the Archbishop of Dublin : both 
in respect of his Entrance on the Archbishoprick, and in regard of the 
D«an and Chapter of Christ Church. 4to. London, 1704. [M. 14. 9.] 

Smith (Charles) Antient and Present State of the County and City of 
Waterford. 8vo. Dublin, 1746. [G. 22. 9.] 



ii. Civil History of Ireland. 

The History of Ireland. Mod. Vn. Hist, folio, Vol. XVI. [Cc. 1. 35.] 
The History and Antiquities of Ireland. Written in Latin by Sir James 
Ware, and translated by Walter Harris, folio, Dublin, 1764. 

[D. 3. 25.] 

Leland (Thomas) History of Ireland. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1773. 

[Q. 2. 8-10.] 

Temple (Sir John) The Irish Rebellion, or an History of the Beginnings 
and first Progress of the General Rebellion raised Oct. 23, 1641. 
12mo. 1679. [E. 27. 13.] 

Story (George) An Impartial History of the Wars of Ireland during the 
Two last Years. 4to. London, 1693. [E. 1. 15.] 

Hibernica, or some Ancient Pieces relating to Ireland. [By Walter 
Harris.] 8vo. Dublin, 1770. [Q. 5. 11.] 

Capel (Arthur, Earl of Essex and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland) Letters. 
4to. London, 1770. [Q. %. 13.] 



843 



HISTORY OF IRELAND. 



Articles of Religion in the Irish Convocation, 1615. 4 to. Londor 
1628. [N. 8. 16.] 

Mountmorres (Lord) The History of the Principal Transactions of tli 
Irish Parliament, from the year 1634 to 1666. To winch is prefixe< 
a Preliminary Discourse on the Ancient Parliaments of that King 
dom. % vols. 8vo. London, 1791. [L. 22. 6,7.] 

Air Inquiry into the Share which King Charles I. had in the Transa( 
tions of the Earl of Glamorgan, for bringing over a Body of Irish Re 
bels to assist that King, in the years 1645 and 1646. 8vo. Londoi 
1747. [O. 7. 3.] 

A Declaration of the Irish Army in Ulster, sent to the Parliament, wit 
Remarks thereon. 4to. London, 1650. [L. 15. 37.] 

The Present State of Ireland. 12mo. London, 1673. [F. 16. 7.] 

An Account of the Public Affairs in Ireland since the Discovery of tli 
late Plot. 4to. London, 1679. [M. 14. 13.] 

Walsh (Peter) The History and Vindication of the Loyal Formulary o 
Irish Remonstrance, so graciously received by his Majesty Anno 1661 
against all Calumnies and Censures, in several Treatises, folio, Lor 
don, 1684. [I. 1. 14.] 

Ah Apologt in Behalf of the Papists: supposed to be writ by Roge 
Palmer, Earl of Castlemain. Reprinted and answered by Williai 
Lloyd, Bishop of St. Asaph. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 312. (4.)] 

The State of Ireland ; with a Vindication of the Act of Settlement ar 
Commissioners' Proceedings, &c 4to. London, 1688. [M. 14. 7.] 

A Short View of the Methods made use of in Ireland for the Subv< 
sion and Destruction of the Protestant Religion and Interest in tl 
Kingdom^ from the beginning of the Reign of the late King James 
this time : and of the Suffering of the Protestants all along. < 
London, 1689. [M. 14. 13.] 

A True Account of the Siege of London-Derry. By the Rev. Mr. Ge< 
Walker, late Governor of Derry. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. ' 

A Vindication of the True Account of the Siege of Dcrry. By 
George Walker. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 14. 13.] 

An Apology for the Failures charg'd on the Rev. Mr. George Wa 
printed Account of the late Siege of Derry. 4to. 1689. [M. 20 

Reflections on a Paper pretending to be an Apologt/ for the Failures c 
on Mr. Walker's Account of the Siege of London- Dcrri/. ito. 

4 - [M. 

Hamilton (William) A True Relation of the Actions of the Inni 
Men, from their first taking up of Arms in December 1688, 
Defence of the Protestant Religion, and their Lives and Liberti 
London, 1690. [M. 14. 13.] 

A Journal of the Three Months' Royal Campaign of his Majest 
land. Together with a perfect Diary of the Siege of Lym 
Samuel Mullenaux, M. D. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 14. 7 

A Faithful History of the Northern Affairs of Ireland, from 
King James's Accession to the Crown, to the Siege of Loiv 
4to. London, 1690. [M. 14. 13.] 



HISTORY OF NORTHERN NATIONS. 848 



An Exact Journal of the victorious Progress of their Majesty's Forces, 
under the command of General Ginckle in this summer (1691) in Ire- 
land. 4to. London, 1691. [M. 14. Id.] 

A Diary of the Siege and Surrender of Lymerick ; with the Articles at 
large, both Civil and Military. 4to. London, 1692. [M. 14. 7.] 

King (William, Archbishop of Dublin) The State of the Protestants of 
Ireland under King James's Government. 4to. London, 1691. 

[R. 8. 18.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1692. [D. 7. 7.] 

Taafe (Nicholas, Viscount) Observations on Affairs in Ireland, from 1691 
to the present time. 8vo. London, 1766. [P. 312. (3.)] 

An Account of the Sessions of Parliament, in Ireland, 1692. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1693. [M. 20. 13.] 

Molyneux (William) The Case of Ireland's being bound by Acts of Par- 
liament in England, stated. 8vo. London, 1698. [M. 19. 47.] 

The Tribune, a Periodical Paper printed at Dublin. 8vo. London (re- 
printed), 1729. [P. 191. (6.)] 

A List of the Absentees of Ireland, and the yearly Value of their Estates 
and Incomes spent abroad. 8vo. Dublin, 1730. [P. 71. (1.)] 

The State of Ireland considered. 8vo. Dublin, 1730. [P. 71. (2.)] 

PmocsEDiNOs of the Society for promoting Protestant Schools in Ireland. 
4to. London, 1737. [P. 22. (2.)] 

A Proposal for incorporating a Society to promote Christian Know* 
ledge among the Irish. 4to. Dublin, 1740. [P. 20. (6.)] 

Petition for a Charter to erect Protestant Schools in Ireland. 4to. Dub- 
lin, 1740. [P. 20. (7.)] 

A Report made by his Grace the Lord Primate from the Lords Com- 
mittees appointed to enquire into the present State of Popery in Ireland. 
8vo. 1747. [P. 127. (6.)] 

Brooke (Henry) The Farmer's Six Letters to the Protestants of Ireland. 
8vo. Dublin, 1746. [P. 127. (3.)] 

The True Life of Betty Ireland, with an Account of her eldest Sister 
Blanch of Britain. 8vo. London, 1 753. [P. 180. (12.] 

O'Learv (Arthur) Miscellaneous Tracts. 8vo. Dublin, 1781. 

[Ff. 7. 143.] 

A Concise Account of the Material Events and Atrocities which occurred 
in the late Rebellion. 8vo. Dublin, 1799. [jHh. 3. 46.] 

Musorave (Sir Wm.) Memoirs of the different Rebellions in Ireland, 
from the Arrival of the English ; also a particular Detail of that which 
broke out in 1798. 2 vols. 8vo. Dublin, 1802. [Gg. 5. 54,55.] 

A Narrative of the Sufferings and Escape of Charles Jackson, late resi- 
dent at Wexford, in Ireland. 8vo. Oxford, 1802. [Hh. 3. 33.] 

Moylan (F., Roman Catholic Archbishop of Cork) Pastoral Letter to 
the People of his Diocese. 8vo. Cork, 1813. [Gg. 6. 20. 



844 



HISTORY. 



III. History of other European Kingdoms and 
States, Geographically disposed from the North 
to the South of Europe. 

1. History of the Northern Nations, generally. 

Diversarum Gentium Historiae Antiquae Scriptores tres, viz. Jornandes 
de Regnorum ac Temporum Successionibus, et de Rebus Geticis ; Isi- 
dorus Hispalensis de Gothis, Wandalis, et Suevis, et Chronicon Regum 
Wisigothorum ; Paul us Warnefridus de Rebus gestis Longobardoruni. 
Ex recensione et cum Nods Frid. Lindenbrogii. 4to. Hamburgi, 
1611. [F. 14. 12.] 

Jornandes de Getarum sive Gothorum Originibus. Accedit de Literis et 
Lingua Getarum ; item de Notis Lombardicis : quibus accesserunt Spc- 
cimina variarum Linguarum. Editore Bonaventurd Vulcanio. 12mo. 
Lug. Bat. 1597. [F. 17. 25.] 

Olai Magni (Archiepiscopi Upsalensis) Historia de Gentibus Septentrion- 
alibus, earumque divers is statibus, moribus, &c. 4to. Roma?, 1555. 

[D. 10. 26.] 

Historia delle Genti et della Natura delle Cose Settentrionali da Olao 
Magno, Arcivescovo di Upsala; tradotta in Lingua Toscana. folio, 
,Vinegia, 1665. [L. 3. 25.] 

Krantzii (Alberti) Chronica Regnorum Aquilonarium Daniae, Suetiae, 
Norvagiee. folio, Hamburgi, 1561. [D. 10. 22.] 

MoDumenta Sueo-Gothica, commentario illustrata a Johanne Perings- 
kioldio. 2 torn, folio, Stockholmiae, 1710. [E. 2. 5,6.] 

Williams (J.) The Rise, Progress, and present State of the Northern Go- 
vernments, viz. the United Provinces, Denmark, Sweden, Russia, and 
Poland. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1777. [A. 13. 45,46.] 



2. History of Sweden, Denmark, and Russia. 

Vertot (R. A. de) Histoire des Revolutions de Suede. 8vo. Amster- 
dam, 1722. [P. 3. 40.] 

The History of Sweden. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XII. [Cc. 1. 31.] 

Puffendorfii (Samuelis) Coinmentariorum de rebus Sueeis Libri XXV 7 !. 
Ab Expeditione Gustavi Adolh* Regis in Gtrmaniam ad abdicationem 
usque Christinae. folio, Ultrajecti, 1686. [G. 13. 18.] 

Baptiste (Petri) De Bello Suecico Commentarii ; quibus Gustavi Adolplii, 
Suecorum Regis, in Germaniam expcditio, usque ad ipsius mortem, 
comprehenditur. 12mo. Leodii, 1643. [1\ 17. 38."] 

The Reasons for which the most Illustrious and most Potent Prince and 
Lord, Gustavus Adolphus, King of the Svvcthens, Gothes, and Van- 
dals, was at length forced to march with an Army into Germany. 
Anno 1640, 4to. [M. 20. 23.] 

The Great and Famous Battle of Lutzen, fought between the re- 
nowned King of Sweden and Walstein. 4to. London, 1633. 

I Yf on 1 < 1 



HISTORY OF THE GERMANIC EMPIRE. 846 

Memoires pour servir a l'Histoire de Christine Reine de Su^de. 2 tomes, 
4to. Amsterdam, 1751. [O. 8. 18,19.] 

tHistory of the Wars of Charles XII. King of Sweden. [By John Ste- 
vens.] 8vo. London, 1715. 

Sheridan (Charles Francis) A History of the late Revolution in Sweden. 
8vo. London, 1778. [Q. 5. 17.] 

Pontani (Joh. Isacii) Rerum Danicarum Historia. Accedit Choro- 
graphia Regni Daniae. folio, Amstelodami, 1631. [D. 12. 1.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Historia Danica. folio, Amstelodami, 1638. 

[D. 10. 21.] 

Danicorum Monumentorum Libri Sex, editi ab Olao Wormio. folio, 
Hafniae, 1643. [G. 1. 5.] 

Saxon is Grammatici Historia Danica. folio, Sorae, 1644. [O. 5. 22.] 

The Historv of Denmark. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vols. XI. XII. 

[Cc. 1. 30,31.] 

Rerum Moscoviticarum Auctores varii in unum Corpus collecti. folio, 
Francofurti, 1600. [G. 1. 4.] 

The Russian Impostor, or the History of Muscovy under the Usurpa- 
tion of Boris and the Imposture of Demetrius. By Sir R. M. 8vo. 
London, 1677. [C. 15. 39.] 

Manstein (General) Memoirs of Russia, from 1727 to 1744. [D. 23. 8.] 

The History of Russia. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XIII. [Cc. 1. 82.] 

♦Tooke (William) The History of Russia, from the Foundation of the 
Monarchy by Rurik to the Accession of Catherine II. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1800. 

The Life of Catherine II. Empress of Russia. 3 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1798. [I. 25. 17-19.] 

+ — ■ ■ A View of the Russian Empire during the Reign of Catherine II. 
and to the Close of the 18th Century. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1800. 

*Boutourlin (Colonel) Histoire Militaire de la Campagne de Russie, en 
1812. 2 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1824. 



3. History of Germany, Hungary 9 and Poland. 

i. Civil History. 

(1) History op the Germanic Empire. 

Cluverii (Philippi) Germania Antiqua. folio, Lug. Bat. 1616. 

[D. 4. 21.] 

Irenici (Francisci) Germanise Exegesis, folio, Hagenoae, 1518. 

[D. 10. 16.] 

Germanicarum Rerum Scriptores aliquot insignes, hactenus incogniti. 
2 tomis, folio, Francofurti, 1584-1600. [F. 4. 20,21.] 

Veterum Scriptorum, qui Caesarum et Imperatorum Germanicorum Res 
per aliquot secula gestas, literis mandarunt, Tomus unus. folio, Fran- 
cofurti, 1584. [D. 13. 2.] 

Rerum Germanicarum Scriptores aliquot insignes, cura Christiani Urs- 
tisii. 3 tomis, folio, Francofurti, 1585-1606-08. [D. 13. 6-8.] 



846 ttiu*. 

Illustrium Veterum Scbiptorum, qui Rerum a Germanis per multas 
aetates gestarum Historias vel Annales poster is reliquerunt, Tomus 
unus. Cura Joannis Pistorii. folio, Francofurti, 1613. [D. 13. 1.] 

Veteres Scriptores, qui Caesarum et Imperatorum Germanicorurn Res, 
per aliquot ssecula gestas, literis mandarunt. CuraJusti Reuberi. 
2 torn, folio, Francofurti, 1726. [F. 13. 25,26.] 

Conradi, Abbatis Urspergensis, Chronicum : quo omnes fere veteres, 
potissimum vero Rerum Germanicarura et Gallicarum Historiae suc- 
cincte continentur, a Nino Assyriorum Rege usque ad Friderici II. Im- 
peratoris Germani tempora. folio, Argentorati, 1509. [C. 13. 17.] 

Freculphi, Episcopi Lexoviensis, Chronica, folio, Coloniae, 1539. 

[C. 13. 16.] 

Luitprandi Chronicon ; et Legatio ab Othone I. ad Nicephorum Pho- 
cam, Imperatorem Constantinopolitanum. folio, Inter Opera. 

[D. 10. 18.] 

Witichind/i Saxonis Rerum ab Henrico et Ottone I. Impp. gestarum 
Librilll. una cumaliis quibusdam raris diversorum Autorum Histonis 
ab A. D. 1300 usque ad presentem aetatem. folio, Basileae, 1532. 

[D. 10. 13.] 

Rhenani (Beati) Rerum Germanicarum Libri III. Svo. Argentorati, 
1610. [F. 19. 33.] 

Scuardii (Sim.) Historia Germanica. 4 tomis in 3 vols, folio, Basileae, 

1574. [D. 10. 23-25.] 
Sigonii (Caroli) Historiarum de Occidentali Imperio Libri XX. 4 to. 

Basileae, 1579. [E. 15. 37.] 

Berth (Petri) Commentariorum Rerum Germanicarum Libri tres. 4to. 
Arastelodami, 1632. [D. 9. 22.] 

Discours Historique de TElection de l'Empereur, et des Electeurs, par 
le Resident de Brandebourg. 4to. Paris, 1658. [G. 6. 36 ] 

Du-May (Lewis) The Estate of the Empire: or an Abridgement of the 
Laws and Government of Germany. Svo. London, 1664. 

[M. 7. n.] 

The History of Germany, and of the Modern Empire, Electorates, and 
Imperial Cities. Mod. Un. Hist, folio. Vols. X. XI. XV. 

[C. 1. 29,30,34.j 

*Coxe (William) The History of the House of Austria, from the foun- 
dation of the Monarchy under Rodolph of Hapshurgh to the death of 
Leopold II. 1218 to 1792. 3 vols. 4to. 1807. 

*Butler (Charles) A Succinct History of the Geographical aul Politic: 
Revolutions of the Empire of Germany, or the principal States whic 
composed the Empire of Charlemagne, from SI 4 to 1806. Sv 
London, 1812. 

Robertson (Wm.) The History of the Reign of the Emperor Char 
V. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1769. [D. 3. 

Ascham (Roger) A Report of the Affairs of Germany, and the Emp< 
Charles the Fifth's Court. 4to. Works. [D. 3. j26".] 

The Actes of the Disputacion in the Councell of the Empire lu 
at Regenspurg: translated out of Latine. 8vo. 1542. [D. IS. 3 



HUNGARY AND POLAND. 



847 



Shirley (John) A True Account of the Heroick Actions and Enter* 
prises of the Confederate Princes against the Turks and Hungarian 
Rebels. 4to. London, 1685. [M. 15. 25.] 

History of the Actions of Prince Eugene of Savoy. 8vo. London, 
1714. [L. 15. 32.] 

Voltaire (M. de) Histoire de la Guerre de 1741. 8vo. Londres, 
1756. [L. 17. 18.] 

•Schiller (Fred.) History of the Thirty Years* War in Germany, trans- 
lated from the German by Capt. Blaquiere. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1799. 

•SiAEL-Holstein (Madame) De TAllemagne. 3 vols. 8vo. Londres, 
1799. 



(2) History of the other German States, op Hungary, and 

op Poland. 

Fabricii (Jacobi) Saxonia lllustrata. folio, Lipsiae, 1607. [D. 10. 7.] 

The History of Prussia. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XII. [G. 1. 31.] 

Frederick II. (King of Prussia) Memoirs of the House of Branden- 
burg, from the earliest accounts to the Death of Frederick I. ltmo. 
London, 1751. [F. 27. 24.] 

Memoirs of Frederick II. King of Prussia; with all the Memorials, An- 
swers, &c. published by that Monarch in Vindication of his Conduct. 
8vo. London, 1757. [P. 221.(1.)] 

Bolton (Dr. — ) The Ghost of Ernest Great Grandfather of Her Royal 
Highness, the Princess Dowager of Wales ; with some Account of his 
Life. 8vo. London, 1757- [P. 221. (2.)] 

Trithemii (Joannis) De Origine Gentis, Principumque Bavariorum, 
Commentarius. 4to. Francofurti, 1549. [H. 7. 12.] 

Ayentini (Joannis) Annalium Boicorum Libri VII. folio, Ingolstadii, 
1554. [D. 10. 7.] 

Ediao alia, folio, Lipsiae, 1710. [E. 10. 1.] 

Rerum Bohemicarum Antiqui Scriptores aliquot insignes, ex Bibliotheca 
C. V. Marquardi Fkeheri. Accedunt Job. Dubravii Episcopi Olo- 
mucensis Historic Bohemicae Commentarii. folio, Ha no viae, 1602. 

[D. 10. 1.] 

Velseri (Marci) Historia Boica, a Gentis Boicse origine usque ad Ca- 
rol um Magnum ; et Rerum Augustanarum-Vindelicarum Libri octo. 
folio. Inter Opera. [M. 4. 3.] 

Adzlreitter (Joannis) et Brunnerii (Andrew) Ann ales Boicse Gentis. 
folio, Francofurti, 1710. [E. 12. 11.] 

Viddis (Danielis de) Imperatoris Hispani, Poloni, Bavari, aliorumque 
istius modi radicitus Extirpatio. 12mo. Amursforti, 1626. 

[M. 18. 15.] 

Minutum in Belium Bohemicum, MDCXX. Hoc est, Chrono- 

logia e jacto Mundi fundamento usque ad Augustum Friderici Regis 
et Elizabethan Reg in a? Bohemia? Matrimonium. 12mo. Amursfurti, 
1626. [M. 18. 15.] 

Bonfinii (Antonii) Rerum Ungaricarum Decades Quatuor, cum Dimidia. 
folio, Basilese, 1568. [G. 3. 4.] 



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Sprecheei (Fortunati) Historia Motuum et Bellorum postremis his an- 
nis in Rhoetia excitatorum. 4to. Genevae, 1629. [G. 6. 35.] 

The History of Hungary. Mod. Un„ Hist, folio, Vol. XV. 

[Cc. 1. 34.] 

An Historical Description of the Conquest of the City of Bude, by the 
Forces under the Duke of Lorraine and the Elector of Bavaria. 4to. 
London, 1686. [M. 15. 20.] 

Cromeri (Martini) De Origine et Rebus gestis Polonorum. folio, 
Basileae, 1555. [G. 3. 17.] 

The History of Poland and Lithuania. Mod. Un. Hist, folio. Vol. XII. 

[C. 1. 51.] 

Consilium de recuperanda et in Posterum stabilienda Pace Regni Polo- 
niae ; in quo demonstratur pacem nec constirui nec stabiliri posse 
quamdiu Jesuitae in Polonia maneant. 4to. 1610. [K. 9. 18.] 

Letters concerning the Present State of Poland. Together with the 

Manifesto of the Courts of Vienna, Petersburgh, and Berlin. [Bv 

Lind.] 8vo. London, 1773. [P. 283. (6.)] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1 773. [Q. 5. 15.] 



ii. Ecclesiastical History of Germany and the North of 

Europe. 

Adami (Melchioris) Vitae Germanorum Theologorum. 8vo. Francofurti, 
1653. [R. 18. 17.] 

Marheinecke (Philippe) Geschichte der Teutschcn Reformation. 8vo. 
2 vols. Berlin, 1816. [Cc 3. 3,4.] 

Joannis Hus et Hieronymi Pragensis, Confossorum Christi, Historia 
et Monumenta. 2 torn, folio, Noribergia?, 15.58. [M. 4. 12,13.] 

Exemplar aliud. 2 torn, folio, 1715. [Cc. 1. 1,2.] 

Hus (Johannis) Epistolac quaedam piissimae et eruditissima:-, qua* sola' salis 
declarant Papistarum pietates esse Satame furias. Addita est D. Martini 
Lutheri Praefatio. 8vo. Wittembergw, 1537. [Cc. 2. 11.] 

Epistolae Reverendi Patris Domini Martini Lutheri, a Johanne Aurifa- 
bro collect as. 4to. 2 tomis, J heme, 1556, Eislcbia?, 1565. 

[Bh. 2. 65,66.] 

Collectio Nova Epistolarum Martini Lutheri, occasionc Jubikui Evanac- 
lici in lucem data, cum pnefatione Jo. Francisci Cudiki i. 4to. Ha!u\ 
1717. [Bb. 2. 64.] 

Brereley (John) Luther's Life collected from the Writinijes of Himselfe 
and other learned Protestants; together with a further .short'? dis- 
course, touchinge Andreas, Melanchton, Bucer, Ochiuo, Carolos«a<!ius, 
Zuinglius, Calvine, and Beza, the late pretendrd lle:onner& of lu li- 
gjon. 4to. St. Omers, 1624. [K. 19. 6.] 

Seckendorf (Viti Ludovici a) Commentarius Historkus ct Apoloueticus 
de Lutheranismo, sive de Reformatione Rcligionis ductn D. Martini 
Lutheri in magna Germanise Parte aliisque regionibus et speeiatiin in 
Saxonia recepta et stabilita. fojio, Francofurti, 16D2. [Cc. 1. 1.] 

Exemplar aliud. Editio secunda. folio, Lipsia?, 16.04. 



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Hbrrnschmidix (Joh. Dan.) Comraentatio Historica de Vita D. Martini 
Lutheri, e Germanico in Latinum convertit Joh. Henrietta Grischo- 
vius. 8vo. Halae Magdeburgicae, 1742. [Cc. 3. 21.] 

Cox (F. A.) The Life of Philip Melancthon, comprising an Account of 
the most important Transactions of the Reformation, 8vo. London, 
1815. [Cc. 3. 51.] 

The History of the Lutheran Church. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[M. 19. 29/J 

Villiers (Charles) Essai sur l'Esprit et I'lnnuence de la Reformation 
de Luther. 8vo. Paris, 1804. [Bb. 3. 77.] 



Hundii (Wiguleii) Metropolis Salisburgensis : continens Primordia Chris- 
tians Religionis per Boiariam et loca quaedam vicina, item Catalogum 
Archiepiscoporum et Episcoporura, Fundationes et Erect iones Monas- 
teriorum, &c. per Boiariam. 3 torn is, folio, Monachii, 1620. 

[I. 13. 11-13.] 

An Account of the Exiles of Saltzburg. 8vo. London, 1 732. 

[P. 322. (4.)] 

Synopsis Historica Persequutionum Ecclesiae Bohemicae, jam inde a pri- 
mordiis conversionis suae, hoc est anno 894, usque ad 1632 continuata. 
12mo. 1632. [L. 18. 22.] 

The History of the Bohemian Persecution, from the beginning of their 
Conversion to Christianity to the year 1632. 12rao. London, 1650. 

[L. 17. 19.] 

Come nii (Johannis Amos) Ratio Discipline Ordinisque Ecclesiastici in 
Unitate Fratrum Bohemorum. 8vo. Amsterodami, 1660. 

[K. 19. 37.] 

Comenius (John Amos) An Exhortation of the Churches of Bohemia to 
the Church of England ; wherein is set forth the good of Unity, Order, 
Discipline and Obedience, in Churches rightly now or to be constituted. 
4to. London, 1661. [Cc. 2. 12.] 

Rimjus (Henry) A Candid Narrative of the Moravians or Unitas Fra- 
trum. With a short Account of their Doctrines drawn from their Writ- 
ings, and Observations on their Politics, &c. 8vo. London, 1753. 

[P. 175. (1.)] 

Rimius (Henry) A Solemn Call on Count Zinzendorf, the Author and 
Advocateof the Sect of the Hernhuters or Moravians, to answer all and 
every Charge brought against them in the Candid Narrative. 8vo. 
London, 1754. [P. 175. (2.)] 

Rimius (Henry) A Supplement to the " Candid Narrative." With Ani- 
madversions on sundry flagrant Untruths advanced by Mr. Zinzendorf. 
8vo. London, 1755. [P. 175. (3.)] 

A Pastoral Letter against Fanaticism, addressed to the Mennonists of 
Friesland, by Mr. John Stinstra. Translated from the original 
Dutch by Henry Rimius. 8vo. London, 1753. [P. 175. (4.)] 

Crantz (David) The Ancient and Modern History of the Protestant 
Church of the United Brethren or Unitas Fratrum. Translated from 
the German by Benjamin Latrobe. 8vo. London, 1780. [Cc. 3. 44.] 

Select Narratives of the Church known by the name of Unitas Fra- 
trum or United Brethren. 12mo. London, 1806. [Hli. 4. 32/J 



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Crantzii (Alberti) Metropolis : sire Ecclesiastics Historia de pr 
Christians Religionis in Saxonia initiis, deque ejus Episcopis, et 
rum vita, moribus, studiis et factis. folio, Basilea*, 1568. [I. 13. 

Ctpraeii (Pauli et Jo. Adolphi) Annales Episcoporum Slesvicensi 
8vo. Coloniae, 1534. [F. 19. 7.] 

•Rose (Hugh James) The State of the Protestant Religion in Germ; 
8vo. London, 1825. 

Nordische Samlungen : — Exempel einer lebendigen und wahren Got 
ligkeit im Reiche Schweden. — [i. e. Northern Collections, con tail 
Examples of the Progress of Piety in the Kingdom of Swed 
2 vols. 8vo. Rosten, 1755-61. [Ii. 2. 41,42.] 



4. History of Holland and the Netherlands. 
i. Civil History. 

Rerum Belgicarum Annales Chronici et Historici. folio, Antver 
1626. [C. 13. 7.] 

Meyeri (Jacobi) Coromentarii sive Annales Rerum Flandricarum. f 
Antverpiae, 1561. [D. 10. 7.] 

Gaixjei (Philippi, et aliorum) Historia Belgica : hoc est, Rerum Mem 
bilium, quae in BelgioaPace CameracenM evenerunt, brevis Design 
Cui intertexta sunt, quae etiam in Europu insignia et illustria paj 
contigerunt, ah anno 1529 ad annum 1583. 8vo. Francofurti, 15 

[F. 19. 

Ls Petit (Francois) La Grande Chronique, Ancienne ct Moderr 
Hollande. 2 vols, folio, Dordrecht, 1600. [P. 2. 14,15.] 

DousjE (Jani) Bataviae Hollandiaeque Annales. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 

[C. 2( 

Furmerii (Bernard i) Annalium Phrisicorum Libri Tres. 4to. 
querae, 1609. [E. 15. 32.] 

Baudii (Dominici) De Induciis Belli Belgici Libri Tres. 4to. \*v 
1613. [E. 15.35.] 

Meursii (Joannis) Gulielmus Auriacus ; sive de Rebus toto Bel 
ab co quam ejus tempore gestis, ad excessum Ludovici Req 
Libri X. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1622. [E. 15. 29.] 

Carniro (Antonio) Historia de las Guerras civiles que ha av ; 
Estados de Fl and res, des del An. 1559 hast a el de 1609. f 
selas, 1625. [H. 9. 2.] 

Reidamii (Everardi) Belgarum aliarumque gentium Annale 
Lug. 681^1633. [D. 10. 15.] 

Vassii (MattnftWX, Annalium Hollandiae et Zelandia? Libri V. 
stelodami, 163^. [F. 1. 31.] 

Stbada (Famiani) Commentarii de Bello Bel^ico, ab anno 11 
annum 1590. folio, 2 torn. Romae, 1640-17. f L (). 5. 2.3 

Stradae (Famiani) Commentarii de Bello Belgico. 8vo. 
1635. [F. 20. 26.] 

Bentivoolio (Cardinal e) Istoria della Guerra di Flandra. 
1702. [P. 3. 11.] 



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G&imston (Edward) A History of the Netherlands, folio, London, 
1627. [D. 9. 3.] 

Grotii (Hugonis) Annates et Historiae de Rebus Belgicis. folio, Am- 

atelaedami, 1657. [O. 5. 18 ] 
Le Clerc (Jean) Histoire des Provinces Unies des Pays Bas ; avec les 

principales Medailles, et leur Explication. 3 vols, folio, Amsterdam, 

1723-28. [F. 5. 12.] 

The History of the United Provinces, or Republic of Holland. Mod. 
Un. Hist, folk), Vol. XI. [Cc. 1. 30.] 

Sttffridi (Petri) Historia Veterum Episcoporum Ultrajectinae Sedis et 
Comitum Holiandiae. 4to. Franequerae, 1612. [S. 1. 26.] 

Apologeticus eorum qui Holiandiae Wester- Frisiaeque et Vicinis quibus- 
dam Nationibus ex legibus praefuerunt ante mutationem quae evenit 
cio io cxvui. scriptns ab Hugone Grotio, cum Refutatione eorum 
quae adversus ipsum atque alios acta ac judicata sunt. 8vo. Paris. 
1622. [I. 18. 18.] 

Memoires de Frederic Henri Prince d'Orange. 4to. Amsterdam, 1733. 

[D. 3. 35.] 

The Triumphs of Nassau : or a Description of all the Victories granted 
by God to the Estates Generall of the United Provinces. Translated 
from the French by W. Shute. 4to. London, 1613. [H. 5. 15.] 

The Present State of the United Provinces of the Low Countries. 
12mo. London, 1669. [L. 8. 8.] 

Hill (Jos.) The Interest of the United Provinces ; being a Defence- of 
the Zeelanders Choice. 4to. Middleburg, 1673. [N. 8. 32.] 

Temple (Sir William) Observations upon the United Provinces of the 
Netherlands. 8 vo. London, 1673. [B. 6. 11.] 

A Particular Account of the Siege of Maestricht. 4to. London, 1676. 

[M. 20. 18.] 

An Account of the late Siege and Surrender of Mons. 4to. London, 
1691. [M. 14. 7.] 

Janicon (Francois Michel) Etat present de la Republique des Provinces- 
Unies. 2 vols. 12mo. a la Haye, 1729. [P. 7. 17,18.] 

Simpson (James) A Visit to Flanders in 1815 ; being chiefly an Account 
of the Battle of Waterloo. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1815. [Ee. 4. 94.] 



ii. Ecclesiastical History of Holland and the Netherlands. 

Brandt (Gerard) The History of the Reformation and other Ecclesiasti- 
cal Transactions in and about the Low Countries, from the beginning 
of the Eighth Century to the Synod of Dort. 4 vols, folio, London, 
1720-23. [O. 4. 36-39.] 

An Abridgment of Gerard Brandt's History of the Reformation in die 
Low Countries. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1725. [G. 26. 14,15.] 

His Majesty's [King James I.] Declaration concerning his Proceedings 
with the States General of the United Provinces of the Low Countries, 
in the cause of D. Conradus Vorstius. 4 to. London, 1612. 

[N. 8. 38.] 

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Ordinum Hollandiae ac West Frisif© Pietas, ab improbissimis multorum 
Calumniis, simulque & nupera Si bran di Lubberti Epistola ad Arcbiepis- 
copum Cantuariensem, vindicata per Hugonera Grotium. 4to. Lug. 
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Corvini (Jobannis Arnoldi) Responsio ad Joannis Bogermanni Annota- 
tiones in Pietatem Illustrium Ordinum Hollandiae ct West-Frisia? ab 
Hugone Grotio vindicatam ; qua eorundem Ordinum pro Pace Eccle- 
siarum Decretum prolixe defenditur. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1618. [L. 20. 3 

De Pace inter Evangelicos procuranda Sententiae Quatuor ; Tho. (Mor- 
toni) Dunelmensis Episcopi ; Jo. (Davenantii) Sarisburiensis Episcopi ; 
Josephi (Hall) Exoniensis Episcopi ; et quorundam Ecclesise Gallicanre 
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Stroupa (Brigadier) The Religion of tbe Dutch. 4to. London, 1680. 

[P. 39. (20.)] 



5. History of France. 
i. Civil History of France. 

Fab rich (Jo. Alberti) Isagoge in Notitiam Scriptorum Historian Gallicae. 
8vo. Hamburgi, 1708. [R. 13. 78.] 

Labbe (Philippi) Pharus Galliae Antiqua? ex Ca^sare, Strabone, &c. 12rao. 
Molinis, 1644. [F. 17. 34.] 

Boxhornii (Marci Zucrii) Originum Gallicarum Liber : cui accedit An- 
tiques Linguae Britannicae Lexicon Britannico-Latinum. 4to. Amstel. 
1654. [R. 8. 31.] 

Texera (Josephi) Stemmata Franciae, item Navarra? Regum. 4to. Lug. 
Bat. 1619. [F. 1. 33.] 

Boulain villiers (M. le Comte de) Etat de la France, dans lequel on 
voit tout ce qui regarde le Gouvernement Ecclesiastique, le Militaire, 
la Justice, les Finances, le Commerce, les Manufactures, le nombre des 
Habitans, et en general tout ce qui peut faire connoitre a fond cette 
Monarchie ; extrait des Memoires drcssez par les Intendans du Roy- 
aume, par ordre du Roi Louis XIV. avec des Memoires sur i'ancicu 
Gouvernement de cette Monarchie jusqu'a Charles VI 11. 3 tomes, 
folio, a Londres, 1727-28. [O. 5. 26,27,28.] 

Recherche des Antiquites et Curiosites de la Ville de Lyon. Svo. 

Lyon, 1674. [P. 6. 40.] 
Eclaircissemens sur les Antiquites dc la Ville de Nismes. 12mo. 

a Nismes, 1783. [Hh. 4. 27.] 
FelibieN (Michel) Histoire de 1'Abbave Royale dc Saint Denis, en 

France, folio, Paris, 1706. [O. 4. 5.] 

Flodoardi, Presbyteri Ecclesiae Remensis, Historiarum rjusdem Eccle- 
sise Libri IV. cura et studio J. Sirmondi. 8vo. Paris. U) 1 1 . [F. 1 0. 20.] 

La unoii (Joannis) Regii Navarra; Gymnasii Parisiensi* Ilistoria. 2 tomis 
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Historian Normannorum Scriptores Antiqui, Res ab illis per Gnliiam, 
Angliam, Apuliam, Capuas Principatum, Siciliam et Orietem gestas, 
explicantes, ab A.D. 838, ad A.D. 1220. Edidit Andreas lkcius- 
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Historiae Francorum Scriptores ab ipsius gentis origine ad Philippi Au- 
gusti Tempora. Opera ac studio Francisci Duchesne, Patris et Filii. 
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Pauli ^Emylii De Rebus gestis Francorum Libri Decern, folio, Lute- 
tian, 1550. [G. 3. 19.] 

Inventarium Historiae Francicae, hoc est Rerum Francicarum Series, & 
Primo Francorum Rege Pharamundo, A.D. 420, usque ad Ludovicum 
XIII. A.D. 1625, ex Gallico idiomate Johannis Serrani in Latinum 
sermonem translata k Marco Cassiodorio Reinio. folio, Francofurti, 
1625. [D. 12. 19.] 

Serres (John de) The Historie of France, translated into English by 
E. Grimston. folio, London, 1611. [D. 9. 5.] 

Cronique sommairement traictant des faictz heroiques de tons les Rois 
de France et des Personnes et Choses memorables de leurs temps. 
[Par Georges Bernard.] 12mo. Lyons, 1570. [F. 18.9.] 

Mezeray (Francois Eudes de) Histoire de France depuis Pharamond 
jusqu'au Regne de Louis le Juste; avec Portraits et un Recueil des 
M ^dailies qui ont este fabriques sous chaque Regne. 3 tomes folio, 
Paris, 1685. [G. 13. 8-10.] 

Mezeray (F. E. de) Abrege Chronologique de l'Histoire de France. 
6 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, 1682. [M. 17. 34-39.] 

Duo Gallicarum Rerum Scriptores : Frossardus in brevem Historiarum 
memorabilium Epitomen contractus : Philippus Cominaeus de Rebus 
gestis a Ludovico XI. et Carolo VIII. Francorum regibus. Ambo a 
Joan. Sleidano e Gallico in Latinum conversi. 3vo. Cassellis, 1638. 

[F. 19. 32.] 

The Historie of Philip de Commines. Translated by Thomas Danett. 

folio, London, 1596. [B. 4. 6.] 
The Historie of Philip de Comines, Knight, Lord of Argenton. folio, 

London, 1614. [N. 1. 27.] 
Daniel (Gabriel) Histoire de France. 7 tomes 4to. Amsterdam, 1720. 

[A. 1. 1-7.] 

The Historie of the Civill Warres of France, written in Italian by H. C. 
Davila. Translated by William Aylesbury, folio, London, 1647. 

[D. 9. 8.] 

The History of France and Navarre. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vols. 

VIII. and IX. [Cc. 1. 28,29.] 
Alteserra (Antonii Dadini) De Ducibus et Comitibus Provincialibus 

Gallia Libri Tres. 4to. Tolosae, 1643. [C. 6. 7-] 
Alteserrae (A. D.) Rerum Aquitanicarum Libri Quinque. 4to. Tolosae, 

1648. [C. 6. 6.] 
Heuseri (Pontii) Historia Burgundiae. folio, Antverpiae, 1583. 

[D. 9. 12.] 

Pasquier (Etienne) Les CEuvres. 2 tomes folio, Amsterdam, 1723, 

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Grahondi (Gabr. Bartholomaei) Historiarum Gallise ab excessu Henrici 
IV. Libri Octodecim, usque ad annum 1628. folio, Tolosae, 1643. 

[D. 12. 2.] 

Girard (Bernard de) De TEstat et Succez des Affaires de France. 8vo. 
Paris, 1593. [M. 8. 8.] 



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The Catholick Cause ; or, The Horrid Practice of raurderinc 
justified and commended by Pope Sixtus V. in a Speech to hi 
nals, on the Assassination of Henry III. King of France, by 
Clement. 4to. London, 1678. [M. 20. 14.] 

Histoire des Amours de Henri IV. [Par Louise Marguerite • 
raixe, Princesse de Conti.] 24mo. [B. 8. 26.] 

D'Ossat (Cardinal) Lettres ; avec des Notes Historiques et Pc 
de M. Amelot de la Houssaic. 5 tomes 12mo. Paris, 1714. 

[G. 7. 

Sully (Maximilian de Bethune, Duke of) Memoirs, translated 
French ; to which is added, the Trial of Ravaillac for the m 
Henry the Great. 8 vols. 4to. London, 1761. [G. 9. 7-9.] 

Sully's Memoirs, translated from the French. 5 vols. 12 mo. Ed 
1770. [Dd. 4. 89-98.] 

Goise (Due de) Memoires du. 12mo. Paris, 1663. [P. 5. 31 

Boitbl (Pierre) Histoire des Choses plus Memorables de ce 
passe en France depuis 1615 jusqu'en 1617. 12 mo. Paris, Id 

Rochefort (Count de) Memoirs ; with an Account of what pass* 
the Ministry of Cardinal Richelieu and Cardinal Mazarin. 8' 
don, 1696. [R. 13. 38.] 

Retz (Cardinal de) Memoirs ; containing the great Events dui 
Minority of Lewis XIV. 4to. Dublin, 1736. [R. 14. 12.] 

Patrick (Alexandri) Mars Gallicus, seu de Justitia Armorum c 
rum Regis Galliae Libri Duo. 12mo. 1637. [F. 17.27.] 

Hstltn (Peter) A Survey of the Estate of France. 4 to. Lond 

[D 

The Treaty of Peace between the Crowns of France and S 
eluded Nov. 7, 1659. 4to. London, 1660. [M. 20. 18 ] 

A Dialogue concerning the Rights of her most Christian Maj> 
London, 1667. [K. 15. 38.] 

A Deduction, wherein it is proved by most clear argume' 
Right of Devolution hath no place among Sovereign P- 
Low Countries ; and that the Delay of paying the Fre 
Dowry doth not annull the Renunciation which she made 
riage. 8vo. London, 1667. [K. 15. 38.] 

The Buckler of State and Justice, against the Design ma 
vered of the Universal Monarchy, under the vain pi ctex 
of France her Pretensions. 8vo. London, 1667. [M. 

Voltaire (Arouet de) Le Siecle de Louis Qtiatoize. 

Leipsig, 1752. [K. 16. 42,43.] 
The Age of Lewis XIV. translated from the 

12mo. London, 1753. [A. 19. 51,52.] 
Williamson (Adam) Military Memoirs of Marshal 

London, 1740. [R. 20. 14.] 
The Grandeur and Glory of France, drawn in the u 

tures of her present Victorious Monarch, and most I 

12mo. London, 1673. [G. 16. 17.] 



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L'Etat de la France. 2 tomes, 12mo. Pads, 1677. [C. 8. 4,5.] 

Th« Idea of the Court of France and the Method of their Proceedings, 
from the Peace of Nimeguen until the Spring of the year 1684. 12mo. 
London, 1704. [M. 18. 8.] 

A Breviate of the Proceedings of France, from the Pyrenaean Treaty to 
this Time. 12mo. London, 1684. [M.* 16. 30.] 

An Account of the Persecutions and Oppressions of the Protestants in 
France. 4to. 1686. [M. 15. 88.] 

Lanoallerie (Marquess de) Memoirs of the Intrigues of the French, 
Spanish, and Bavarian Courts, and the most remarkable Battles in 
Germany, Spain, and Flanders, &c. from 1687 to 1707. Translated 
from the French. 8vo. London, 1708. [B. 6. 48.] 

The French Kino's Letter to Monsieur the Cardinal D'Estrees. 4to. 
Versailles, Sept. 6, 1688. [N. 8. 24.] 

A New Declaration of the Confederate Princes and States against 
Lewis XIV. King of France and Navarr, delivered July 15, 1689. 
4to. London, 1689. [M. 16. 81.] 

The Sighs of France in Slavery, breathing after Liberty. By way of 
Memorial. In two Parts. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 20. 86.] 

A Journal of the late Motions and Actions of the Confederate 1 Forces 
against the French, in the United Provinces, and the Spanish Nether- 
lands. 4to. London, 1690. [M. 20. 31.] 

An Historical Account of the most Remarkable Transactions between 
the Duke of Savoy and the French King, contained in several Letters 
passed betwixt them before the Rupture. 4to. London. 1690. 

[M. 16. 31.] 

Politique Nouvelle de la Cour de France sous le Regne de Louis XIV. 

18mo. Cologne, 1694. [A. 7. 18.] 
A View of the Court of St. Germains, from the year 1690 to 1695. 4to. 

London, 1696. [M. 20. 4.] 

Arcana Gallica: or the Secret History of France. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[D. 6. 19.] 

Renneville (Constantin de) The French Inquisition : or the History of 
the Bastille in Paris. Translated from the French. 8vo. London, 
1715. [D. 7. 9.] 

•Adolphus (John) The History of France from 1790 to 1802. 2 vols. 
* 8vo. London, 1803. % 
Barruel (Abbe de) The History of Jacobinism, translated from the 
French by the Hon. Robert Clifford. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1798. 

[I. 25. 13-16.] 

Burke (Edmund) Reflections on the Revolutions in France, and on the 
Proceedings of certain Societies in London relative to that Event. 8vo. 
London, 1790. [Gg. 7. 33.] 

Mackintosh ( James ) Vindicice Gallica: : a Defence of the French Rero- 
lution. 8vo. London, 1792. [Gg. 5. 51.] 

A Comparative Display of the different Opinions of the most distin- 
guished British Writers on the subject of the French Revolution. 2 
yols. 8vo. London, 1793. [I. 24. 14,15.] 

Stail (Baroness de) Considerations on the Principal Events of the French 
Revolution. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. [Gg. 8. 88-40.] 



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Report made by Saint Just to the Committee of Public Safety at Paris 
in the month of May 1 794, on the subject of Expences incurred with 
the Neutral Powers. 8vo. [Hh. 3. 35.] 

Carnot (Lieut-General) Expos& de sa Conduite Politique depuis le l er 
Juillet, 1814. 8 vo. Paris, 1815. [Gg. 7. 12.] 

•Chaboulon (Fleury de) Memoirs of the Private Life, Return, and Reign 
of Napoleon in 1815, translated from the French. 2 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1820. 

•Williams (Helen Maria) A Narrative of the Events which have taken 
place in France from the Landing of Buonaparte on the 1st of March, 
1815, till the Restoration of Louis XVIII. 8vo. London, 1815. 

*Scott (John) A Visit to Paris in 1814 ; being a Review of the Moral, 
Political, Intellectual, and Social Condition of the French Capital. 8vo. 
London, 1815. 

•Scott (John) Paris Revisited in 1815 by way of Brussels ; including a 
Walk over the Field of Battle at Waterloo. 8vo. London, 1816. 

Facts, illustrative of the Treatment of Napoleon Buonaparte in Saint 
Helena. 8vo. London, 1819. [Gg. 7. 6.] 

CMeara ( Barry E.) Exposition of Transactions at Saint Helena, in Reply 
to the preceding. 8vo. London, 1819. [Gg. 7. 5.] 

•Historical Memoirs of Napoleon Buonaparte, dictated to Count Mont- 
holon, Bertrand, Gourgaud, &c. corrected by himself. Translated 
from the French. 8vo. London, 1824. 



ii. Ecclesiastical History of France. 

De Ma rca (Petri) Dissertationum de Concordia Sacerdotii et Imperii, 
seu de Libertatibus Ecclesiae Gallicana? Libri Octo. Recognovit Ste- 
phanus Baluzius. folio, Paris. 1669. [G. 5. 20.] 

Launoii (Joannis) Inquisitio in Chartam Fundationis et Privilegia Vindo- 
cinensis Monasterii. 8vo. [C. 15. 19.] 

Launoii (Joannis) De Veteribus Christianorum Parisiensium Basilicis Dis- 
quisitio. 8vo. [C. 15. 21.] 

Launoii (Joannis) Duplex Dissertatio, de Auctore Vita? Sancti Maurilii, 
Andegavensis Episcopi, et de Renato Andegavensi Episcopo. Svo. 
Parisiis, 1663. [C. 15. 7.] 

Launoii (Joannis) Dissertationes tres ad Historiam Ecclesiaj Gallicame 
pertinentes. 8vo. Parisiis, 1670-71. [C. 1j. 8.] 

Vindiciae Doctrina; Majorum Schola? Parisiensis contra Defcnsores Mo- 
narchiae Universalis et absolutae Curia? Roniana*. 2 torn. I to. Colo- 
nise, 1683. [E. 15. 16,17.] 

Innocentis Papae X. Constitutio, qua declarantur ct d< fininntiir Quinquc 
Propositiones in Materia Fidei. 4to. Roma:, 165 J.— A Constitution 
of Pope Innocent X. wherein are Five Propositions declared and de- 
fined, touching the Matter of Faith. Together with a Declaration of 
the most Christian King to all the Archbishops and Bishops of Franco. 
4to. Paris, 1653. [N. 8. 32.] 



ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY OF FRANCE. 857 



St. Amour (Louis Gorin de) A Journal of the Transactions concerning the 
Five famous Propositions controverted between the Jansenists and 
Molinists. Translated from the French by G. Havel, folio, London, 
1664. [B. 2. 13.] 

Daille (John) Apologie for the Reformed Churches ; wherein is shewed 
the Necessitie of their Separation from the Church of Rome. Trans- 
lated by Thomas Smith. 12mo. Cambridge, 1653. [M. 18. 20.] 

The Generall and Particular Acts and Articles of the National Synod 
of the Reformed Churches of France assembled at Charenton, begin- 
ning the 6th of December 1644. Whereby the present Estate of those 
Churches, as also their Doctrine and Discipline may be knowne. 4to. 
London, 1646. [M. 20. 20.] 

Acts of the General Assembly of the F bench Clergy in the year 1685 
concerning Religion ; together with the Complaint of the said General 
Assembly against the Calumnies, Injuries, and Falsities which the pre- 
tended Reform'd have, and do every day publish in their Books and 
Sermons against the Doctrine of the Church. Presented to the King 
by the Clergy in Body, July 14, 1685. To which is added an Advice 
how to read Books of Controversie, and some Queries about Religion. 
4to. London, 1686. [M. 14. 17.] 

M6moires de Mr. Des-e Cotais, cydevant Prestre et Predicateur de 
FOrdre des Capucins, ou Les Motifs de sa Conversion. 8vo. a Lon- 
dres, 1677. [M. 19. 38.] 

Pineton (James) The History of the Persecutions of the Protestants, 
by the French King, in the Principality of Orange, from 1680 till 1687. 
4to. London, 1689. [P. 24. (7.)] 

Proceedings of the French Clergy against the Court of Rome. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1688. [N. 8. 24.] 

Proceedings of the Parliament of Paris upon the Pope's Bull, 26th Dec. 
4to. London, 1688. [N. 8. 24.] 

Anti-Cotton : or a Refutation of Cotton's Letter Declaratory, lately di- 
rected to the Queen Regent of France, and apologizing for the Jesuits 
touching the Doctrine of killing Kings. 4 to. London, 1689. 

[M. 16. 31.] 

A Vindication of Anti-Cotton, against the Cavils of his Answerers. 4to. 

[M. 16. 31.] 

The Protestant's Letter concerning the Re-union of the two Religions to 
the Assembly of the Clergy of France. Held at Paris May 1685. 
[Edited by Bishop Kidder.] 4to. London, 1690. [N. 8. 24.] 

Jurieu (Peter) Reflections on the Ecstasies of Isabel Vincent, the Shep- 
herdess of Saon in Dauphine. 4 to. London, 1689. [M. 15. 13.] 

Cockburn (John) Bourignonianism detected, or the Delusions and Errors 
of Antonia Bourignon and her growing Sect. In Two Parts. 4to. 
London, 1698. [N. 8. 30.] 

A Letter from John Cockburn to his Friend in London, giving an Account 
why the other Narratives about Bourignonianism are not yet published, 
and answering some Reflections passed upon the first. 4to. London, 
1697. [N. 8. 30.] 

Laukoii (Joannis) Assertio Inquisitionis in Chartam Immunitatis, quam 
beatus Germanus Parisiorum Episcopus suburbano Monasterio dedisse 
fertur. Svo. Pariaiis, 1658. [C. 15. 16.] 



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Launoii (Joannis) De Scholis Celebrioribas, seu k Carolo Magno, sen post 
eundem Carol urn per Occidentem instauratis. 8vo. Parisiis, 1672. 

[C. 15. 17.] 

Le Fevre (Isaac) An Historical Account of his Sufferings and Death, on 
board the French King's Gallies. 8vo. London, 1704. [M. 19. 20.] 

The Ordinance of the French King against Refugees. 8vo. London, 
1713. [P. 127. 11.] 

Popery always the Same : Exemplified in the Account of the Persecu- 
tion now carrying on against the Protestants in the South of France. 
8vo. London, 1746. [P. 127. (12.)] 

An Historical Memorial of the most remarkable Proceedings against 
the Protestants in France. From the year 1744 to 1751. Translated 
from the French. 8vo. London, 1752. [P. 190. (6.)] 

*Wilks (Mark) History of the Persecutions of the Protestants in France. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. 



6. History of Spain and Portugal. 

Hispania Ulustrata, seu Rerum Urbiumque Hispanise, Lusitania\ /Ethio- 
pia, et India? Scriptores varii. Cura Andrea Schotti et J. Pistorii. 
4 tomis, folio, Francofurti, 1603-8. [D. 12. 3-6.] 

Roderici Chronicon Rerum in Hispania gestarum ; adjecta insuper Os- 
trogothorum, Hunnorura, Vandalorum, ca>terorumque Historia. folio, 
Granadae, 1545. [G. 4. 2.] 

Mariannae (Joannis) Historian de Rebus Hispaniae Libri XXX. 4to. 
Moguntiae, 1605. [H. 6. 1.] 

The History of Spain, translated from the Spanish of John de Mariana, 
by John Stevens, folio, London, 1699. [A. 12. 23.] 

Mayerne (Louis Tarquet de) The History of Spain. Translated into 
English by E. Grimston. folio, London, 1612. [D. 9. 4.] 

The History of Spain and Portugal. Mod. Uh. Hist, folio, Vols. VII. 
% VIII. [Cc. 1. 26,27.] 

Bruni (Ludovici) De Obitu Helisabeth Hispaniarum et utriusque Sicilie 
ac Hierusalem Regine Oratio. 4to. 1505. [K. 20. 22.] 

Robertson (William) The History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles 
V. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1769. [D. 3. 2JJ-3I.] 

Watson (Robert) The History of the Reign of Philip II. King of Spain. 
3 vols. 4to. London, 1777. [Q. 3. 26-28.] 

•Watson (Robert) History of the Reign of Philip III. King of Spain. 
% vols. 4to. London, 1783. 

•Coxe (William) Memoirs of the Kings of Spain of the House of Bo?ir- 
bon, from the Accession of Philip V. to the Death of Charles II!. 1 7 oO 
to 1788. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1813. 

The Duke of Anjou's Succession further considered, as to the Danger 
that may arise from it to Europe in general, but more particularly to 
England and the several Branches of our Trade. 4to. London, 1701. 
. • > r.M. U. 

The Renunciation of the King of Spain to the Crown of France. ( In 
Spanish, French, and English.) 4io. London, 171 3. [P. 1 (3.)] 



HISTORY OF SPAIN AND PORTUGAL. 859 



Thb Deplorable History of the Catalans from their first engaging in 
the War to the time of their Reduction. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[P. 163. (1.)] 

A Modest Apology for Parson Alberoni, Governor to King Philip, a 
Minor, and Universal Curate of the whole Spanish Monarchy. 8vo. 
London, 1719. [P. 160. (5.)] 

Armstrong (John) The History of the Island of Minorca. 8vo. London, 
1752. [P. 4. 17.] 

Vaughan (Charles) A Narrative of the Siege of Zaragozza. [Hh. 3. 41.] 

Faria y Sousa (Manuel) Epitome de las Historias Portuguesas. folio, 
Brusselas, 1677. [P. 2. 17.] 

Gbddes (Michael) Miscellaneous Tracts relating to the Ecclesiastical 
History of Spain and Portugal. 8vo. London, 1702. [D. 7. 36.] 

Vsrtot (L. D.) Histoire des Revolutions de Portugal. 8vo. Amster- 
dam, 1722. [P. 3. 41.] 

History of the Revolutions of Portugal. 8vo. London, 1735. 

» [D.21.16.] 
Osorii (Hieronymi) De Rebus Emmanuelis Regis Lusitaniae. 8vo. Co- 
lonic Agrippinae, 1574. [F. 19. 34.] 

Colbatch (Dr.) An Account of the Court of Portugal. 8vo. London, 
1700. [P. 6. 19.] 

___ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1700. [R. 11. 2.] 



7. History of Switzerland and Italy. 
i. Civil History. 

Puteani (Erycii) Historia Cisalpina. 4to. Lovanii, 1614. [C. 16. 1.] 

Guillemanni (Francisci) De Rebus Helvetiorum Libri V. 4to. Friburgi, 
1598. [E.. 15. 33.] 

•Planta (Joseph) The History of the Helvetic Confederacy. 3 vols. 
8vo. London, 1807. 

•Zschocke (Henry) The History of the Invasion of Switzerland by the 
French : translated from the German into the French, by J. B. Briatte, 
and from the French into English, with a Preface and Supplement. 
[By John Aikin.] London, 1803, 8vo. 

Spon (M.) Histoire de Geneve. 4to. 2 tomes, Geneve, 1730. 

[Gg. 2. 45,46.] 
— Un autre Exemplaire. 4to. 2 tomes. Geneve, 1730. 

[Ff. 8. 133,134.] 

The History of Geneva, translated from the French, folio, Lon- 
don, 1687. [Ff. 3. 61.] 
The History of Geneva. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. XIV. [Cc. 1. 33.] 

Cluverii (Philippi) Italia Antiqua. 3 torn, folio, Lug. Bat. 1624. 

[D. 4. 9-11.] 

Reusneri (Nicolai) I tali® Descriptio. 8vo. Argentina*, 1575. [F. 19. 27.] 
Museum I tali cum, seu Collectio Veterum Scriptorum*ex Bibliothecis I la- 
nds eruta a D. Jobanne Mabillok, et D. Michaele Germain. 4to. 
Parisiis, 1687. [H. 5. 25.] 



860 



HISTORY. 



Grjevii (Joannis Georgii) Thesaurus Antiquitatum et Historiarum Italia. 
3 torn, folio, Lug. Bat. 1704. [E. 12. 7-9.] 

•Micali (J.) L'ltalie avant la Domination des Romaines. Avec ties 
Notes par M. Raoul-Rouchette. 4 tomes 8vo. Paris, 1824. 

Rerum Italicarum Scriptores ab A. C. 500 ad 1500, cura L. A. Muka- 
torii. Additis Tabulis Geographicis variis Langobardorum Regum, 
Imperatorum, aliorumque Principum, Diplomatibus, necnon antiquo 
Characterum specimine, et Figuris aeneis. folio, Tom. I — XVI. in 
18 vols. Mediolani, 1733-29. [F. 5. 15-31.] 

Muratori (Lodovico Antonio) Dissertazioni sopra le Antichita Italiane. 
8vo. 3 tomes in 6 parts. Roma, 1755. [Bb. 3. 46-51.] 

— — Annali d* Italia, dal Principio dell' Era Volgare, sino all* anno 
1750. 8vo. 12 tomes in 24 parts. Roma, 1752-4. [Bb 3. 52 75.] 

The History of Italy, and of the several Italian and Tuscan States, Na- 
ples, Florence, Modena, &c. &c. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vols. IX. X. 
XIII. XIV. [Cc. 1. 28,29,32,33.] 

History of Malta. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. VII. [Cc. 1. 26.] 

Sigonii (Caroli) Historiarum de Regno Italiae Libri XX. folio, Franco- 
furti, 1591. [D. 10. 5.] 

Panvinii (Onuphrii) Romanorum Principum et eorum quorum maxima 
in Italia imperia fuerunt, Libri IV. et ejusdem de Comitiis Imperatoriis 
Liber, folio, Basilea?, 1558. [D. 9. 10.] 

Aretini (Leonhardi) De Bello Italico adversus Gotthos Libri Quattuor. 
4to. Bellovisu, 1507. [K. 20. 22.] 

Guicciardini (Francesco) Istoria d' Italia. 2 vols, folio, Venezia, 1738. 

[O. 1. 27,28.1 

Istoria d' Italia. 2 vols, folio, Venezia, 1738. [Ff. 1. 12,13.] 

Historiarum sui Temporis Libri viginti sex, ex Italico in Lati- 

num sermonem editi. folio, Basilea;, 1566. [C. 5. 7.] 

♦Percival (George) The History of Italy ; from the Fall of the Western 
Empire to the Commencement of the Wars of the French Revolution. 
8vo. London, 1825. 

Bembi (Petri) Rerum Venetarum Libri XII. folio, Venetiis, 1551. 

[D. 10. 19.] 

Paruta (Paolo) Historia Venetiana. 4to. Vinctia, 1605. [C. 1. IS.] 
Justiniani (Petri) Rerum Venetarum ab urbe condita ad A. D. 1575, 

Historia. folio, Argentorati, 1611. [D. 10. 14.] 
Fongasse (Thomas de) The History of the State of Venice : Englished 

by William Shute. folio, London, 1612. [D. 9. 7. J 

Sadoleti (Jacobi, Cardinalis) Epistola ad Senatum Populuinque Gene- 

vensem ; qua in obedientiam Romani Pontificis eo.s rediuvre conutur. 

3vo. Geneva?,, 1540. [K. 18. 29.] 
Istoria particolare delle cose pasate tra '1 Sommo Pontelicc Paolo V. e la 

Serenissima Republica de Venetia gl' anni 1605, 1606, 1607. Ho. 

Geneva?, 1624. [C. 1. 20.] 
A Declaration of the Variance between the Pope and the Seigniory of 

Venice, 1606. 4to. 1606. [N. 3. 19.] 
Bellarmxmi (Roberti Cardinalis) Responsio ad Causa, 1 Venetaj Patrcnos. 

4to. Moguntiae, 1606. [N. 8.20.] 



HISTORY OF SWITZERLAND AND ITALY. 861 



ColumnjE (Ascanii Cardinalis) Sententia contra Reipublicae Venetse Epis- 
copos, Pauli V. Papa? interdicto non obtemperantes. 8vo. Romae, 
1606. [K. 18. 26.] 

Sarpii (Pauli) Interdicti Veneti His tor ia. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1626. 

[F. 20. 22.] 

The Letters of the Renowned Father Paul [Sarpi], Counsellor of State 
to the Republic of Venice, to M. De 1'Isle Groslot and others. 
Translated from the Italian by Edward Brown. 8vo. London, 1695. 

[N. 9. 49.] 

Howell (James) A Survey of the Signorie of Venice, folio, London, 
1652. [D. 4. 33.] 

St. Real (M. de) The Conspiracy of the Spaniards against the Republic 
of Venice in 1618 : translated from the French. 8vo. London, 1719. 

[P. 239. (17.)] 

A Journal o£ the Venetian Campaigne, A. D. 1687, (against the Turks.) 
London, 1683. [M. 14. 7.] 

# An Account of the Fall of the Republic of Venice, and of the Circum- 
stances attending that Event: translated from the Italian by John 
Hinckley. 8vo. London, 1804. 

* Venice under the Yoke of France and Austria. 2 vols. 8vo. London. 
1824. 

Varillas (le Sieur de) Les Anecdotes de Florence { ou THistoire Secrete 
de la Maison de Medicis. 8vo. a la Haye, 1685. [M. 8. 19.] 

Machiavelli (Nicolai) Historiae Florentine Libri VIII. 8vo. Argen- 
torati, 1610. [F. 19. 21.] 

Dempsteri (Thomae) De Etruria Regali Libri VII. curante Thoroa 
Coke. 2 torn, folio, Florentiae, 1723. [F. 13. 23,24.] 

Bonamici (Castruccii) Commentarii de Bello Italico. Accedit de Rebus 
ad Velitras gestis Comraentarius. Lug. Bat. 1750-52. [O. 6. 54.] 

Mazzella (Scipio) Parthenopoeia, or History of Naples : translated from 
the Italian by Samson Lennard. With a Supplement by James Howell, 
folio, London, 1654. [B. 4. 18.] 

Fazelli (Thomae) Rerum Sicularum Scriptores, ex Recentioribus praeci- 
pui, in unum corpus congesti. folio, Francofurti ad Moenum, 1579. 

[G. 4. 5.] 

The History of the Negotiations of the Ambassadors sent to the Duke 
of Savoy by the Protestant Cantons of Switzerland, concerning the 
Vaudois. 4to. London, 1689. [M. 16. 31.] 



ii. Ecclesiastical History of Switzerland and Italy. 

(1) Ecclesiastical History of Switzerland. 

Ruchat (Abraham) Histoire de la Reformation de la Suisse. 12mo. 

6 tomes, Geneve, 1727-28. [Cc. 3. 15-20.] 
Epistolae ab Ecclesle Helvetica Reformatoribus, vel ad eos scripts. 

Ex autograph is recensuit ac edidit Job. Conradus Fueslinus. 8vo. 

Tiguri, 1742. [Cc. 3. 2.] 
An Impartial History of Michael Sekvetus, burnt alive at Geneva for 

Heresie. 8vo. London, 1724. [P. 89. (2.)] 



868 



HISTORY. 



Benson (George) A Brief Account of Calvin's burning Servetus for ; 

Heretic. 8vo. London, 1743. [P. 128. (15.)] 
A Letter from the Pastors of the Church of Geneva, to the King 

Prussia. 4to. London, 1708. [P. 45. (13.)] 



(2) Ecclesiastical History of Italy. 

Pbrrin (John Paul) Luther's Fore-Runners : or a Cloud of Witness 
deposing for the Protestant Faith : Gathered together in the Histo 
of the Waldenses. Translated from the French by Samson Lennar 
4to. London, 1624. [F. 20. 25.] 

The History of the Persecution of the Valleys of Piedmont, contain! 
an Account of what hath passed in the Dissipation of the Church* 
and the Inhabitants of the Valleys, which happened in the Year 168 
4to. London, 1688. [M. 14. 24.] 

Allix (Peter) Some Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the A 
cient Churches of Piedmont. 4to. London, 1690. [Gg. 6. 1.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1690. [R. 8. 43.] 

Allix (Peter) Some Remarks upon the Ecclesiastical History of the A 
tient Churches of the Albigenses. 4to. London, 1692. [Gg. 5. 2.] 

A Brief Account o£ the Vaudois, in the Valleys of PiedmoBt. 8* 

London, 1753. [P. 190. (7.)] 
•Jones (William) History of the Waldenses. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 181 

•Gilly (W. S.) Excursion to Piedmont, and Researches among t 
Vaudois. 8vo. London, 1826. 

A Brief Memoir respecting the Waldenses or Vaudois, Inhabitants 
the Valliea of Piedmont. 12mo. London, 1815. [Hh. 7. 32.] 

*Peyran (J. R.) Historical Defence of the Waldenses, or Vaudois, Inh 
bitants of the Valleys of Piedmont. With an Introduction and Appe 
dixes by the Rer. Tho. Sims. 8vo. London, 1826. 

Agnelli (Abbatis S. Marias ad Blachernas) Liber Pontificalis : sive Vii 
Pontificum Ravennatum. 4to. Mutinae, 1708. [E. 14. 23.] 

Sirmondi (Jacobi) Propempticum CI. Salmasio ad versus ejus Eucharis 
con de Suburbicariis Region i bus et Ecclesiis. 8vo. Parisiis, 162 

[K. 17. f 

[For the History of Popes and Cardinals see pp. 449— 1-51 supra. 



8. History of the Ottoman or Turkish Empire, and t 
Modem Greece. 

i. Civil History. 

Saksovino (Francesco) Istoria Universale dell' Origine et Imperio < 

Turchi. 4to.Venetia, 1564. [G. 6. 38.] 
Crush (Martini) Turco-Graeciae Libri Octo : quibus Gra?corum Stati 

sub Imperio Turcico ab amissd Constantinopoli ad h;vc usque tempo 

describitur. folio, Basileae, 1584. [D. 10. 9.] 

Eton (William) A Survey of the Turkish Empire. 8vo. London, 1 790 

[K. 17 

Knolles (Richard) The General History of the Turks from the iir 
beginning of that Nation to the rising of the Othoman Familie, with a 



OTTOMAN EMPIRE AND MODERN GREECE. 868 



the notable Expeditions of the Christian Princes against them ; toge- 
ther with the Lives and Conquests of the Othoman Kings and Empe- 
rors unto the year 1610. folio, London, 1610. [L. 3. 26.] 

Rycaut (Sir Paul) The History of the Turkish Empire, from the year 
1623 to 1677. folio, London, 1680. [I. 1. 17.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1700. [E. 5. 1.] 

The History of the Othman Empire, from its Origin to 1698. Mod. Un. 
Hist, folio, Vol. V. [Cc. 1. 24.] 

Smith (Thomas) Remarks upon the Manners, Religion, and Government 
of the Turks, together with a Survey of the Seven Churches of Asia 
as they now lye in their ruins. And a Brief Description of Constan- 
tinople. 8vo. London, 1688. [E. 18. 11.] 

Busbequii (A. G.) De Legatione Turcica Epistolae IV. 8vo. Hanovise, 
1629. LD. U. 31.] 

The History of Cara Mustapha, Grand Visier. 18mo. London. 1685. 

[D. 17. 27.] 

ii. History of the Modern Greek Church. 

Codiwi (Georgii, Curopalatae) De Otficiis et Officialibus Magnae Ecclesiae 
et Aula? Constantinopolitanae, studio Jacobi Gretseri, Grace et Latine. 
folio, I*arisiis, 1625. [M. 12. 24.] 

Cotelerii (Joh. Bapt.) Ecclesiae Graecae Monumenta. 3 tomis, 4 to. 
Parisiis, 1677. [H. 5. 21-23.] 

Smith (Tho.) De Ecclesiai Graecae Hodierno Statu. 8vo. Oxonii, 1676. 

[L. 15. 24.] 

Rtcadt (Sir Paul) The Present State of the Greek and Armenian 

Churches. 8vo. London, 1679. [R. 13. 82.] 
Antiquitates Ecclesle Orientalis, Clarissimorum Virorum Card. 

Barberini, L. Allatii, et aliorum, Dissertationibus Epistolis enucleate, 

ex ipsis autographis editae. Quibus prsefixa est Jo. Morini Vita. 

8vo. Londini, 1682. [M. 16.. 11.] 
Coyell (John) Some Account of the Greek Church ; with Reflections on 

their present Doctrine and Discipline, folio, Cambridge, 1722. 

. [C. 2. 25.] 



IV. History of Asia. 
1. History of the Arabs and Saracens. 

The History of the Arabs to the Time of Mohammed. Ant. Un. Hist. 

folio, Vol. VII. [Cc. 1.19.] 
Abulfbdjb (Ismael) De Vita et Rebusgestis Mohammedis Arabice et 

Latine, cura Joannis Gagnier. folio, Oxonii, 1723. [R. 2. 36.] 
Machumetis, Saracenorum Principis, ejusque Successorum Vita?. Opera 

et studio Theodori Bibliandri. folio, Tiguri, 1543. [L. 9. 21.] 
Prideaux (Humphrey) The True Nature of Imposture displayed in the 

Life of Mahomet. 8vo. London, 1723. [C. 27. 7.] 
The Life of Mohammed, and the History of the Arabs to the taking of 

Bagdad by the Tartars. AW. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. I. II. [Cc. 1. 20,21.] 



864 



HrS-'TUA*. 



Elmacini (Georgii) Historia Saracenica, Arabice et Latine. Opera et 
studio Thomas Erpenii. Accedit Roderici Ximenez, Archiepiscopi 
Toletani, Historia Arabum. folio, Lug. Bat. 1625. [K. 4. 23.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Lug. Bat. 1625. [F. 20. IS.] 

Pococke (Edvardi) Specimen Histories Arabum; sive Gregorii Abul 
Farajii de Origine et Moribus Arabum succincta Narratio, Arabice et 
Latine. 4to. Oxonii, 1650. [K. 7. 3.] 

Chronica Turcica. Tribus tomis in 1 vol. folio, Francofurti, 1578. 

[Ff. 3. 20.] 

Lkunclavii (Joannis) Annales Sultanorum Othmanidarum. folio, Fran- 
cofurti, 1596. [D. 10. 20.] 

Boissardi (Jacobi) Vitae et 1 cones Sultanorum Turcicorum ab Osmane 
usque ad Mahometem II. 4to. Francofurti, 1696. [H. 7. 9.] 

Ockley (Simon) The Conquest of Syria, Persia, and Egypt, by the 
Saracens. 8vo. London, 1708. [D. 7. 31.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1708. [E. 1. 25.] 

Ockley (Simon) The History of the Saracens. 2 vols. 8vo. Cambridge, 
1757. [D. 25. 15-16.] 

Fuller (Thomas) Historie of the Holy Warre. folio, London, 1651. 

[I. 2. 26.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1651. [D. 9. 20.] 

•Mills (Charles) The History of Muhammedism. 8vo. London, 1817. 

* Mills (Charles) The History of the Crusades for the Recovery of the 
Holy Land. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1 820. 



2. History of Persia, Tartary, the East Indies, and 

China. 

The History of the Empires founded by the Turks in Lower Asia, of the 
Moguls and Tartars, of Hindustan or the Mogul Empire, and of Per- 
sia. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vols. II. III. [Cc. 1. 21,22.] 

Bizarari (Petri) Persicarum Rerum Historia in XII libros descripta. 
folio, Antverpiae, 1583. [D. 1. 5.] 

Tarich : hoc est Series Regum Persia? ab Ardschir Babegan usque 
Iazdigerdem h Chaliphis expulsum, per annos fere 400. Edidit Wil- 
helmus Schikardus. 4to. Tubingac, 1628. [K. 9. 23.] 

JoM£8 (Sir William) Introduction to the History of the Life of Xadc 
Shah. 4to. Works, Vol. V. [I. 22. 5 ] 

Jones (Sir William) L'Histoire de Nader Chan, con mi sous le Xom « 
Thamas Kuli Khan, Empereur de Perse ; traduit d'un Manuscrit Pf 
san. 4to. Works, Vol. V. [I. 22. 5.] 

Frasbr (James) The History of Nader Shall, formerly called Than 
Kuli Khan, the present Emperor of Persia. 8vo. London, 1 742. 

[P. 161. ( 

•Malcolm (Sir John) The History of Persia, from the most early Pei 
to the present time. 2 vols. 4 to. London, 181.3. 

Belium Tariaricum; or, The Conquest of the Great and Renowned 1 
pire of China, by the Invasion of the Tartars, 12mo. London, 16 

[G. 8. 

The History of Tamerlane the Great. 8 vo. London, 1 750. [R. 13. 



PERSIA, TARTARY, EAST INDIES* ETC. 866 



Maffeii (Joannis Petri) Histonarum Indicarum Libri XVI. Accessit 
Ignatii Loiolse Vita, folio, Colonies Agrippinte, 1593. £D. 2. 18."] 

Rknnefort (M. de) Histoire des Indes Orientales. 8vo. Leide, 1688. 

[P. 6. 44.] 

The History of the Commerce to, and the Settlements in, the East Indies, 
by the several European Nations. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. IV. 

[Cc. 1. 23.] 

Asiatic Researches ; or Transactions of the Society instituted at Ben- 
gal for inquiring into the History, Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and 
Literature of Asia. 8vo. Vols. I.— -VI. London, 1798-1801. 

[L. 22. 18-23.] 

Maurice (Thomas) The History of Hindostan, its Arts and Sciences, as 
connected with the History of the other great Empires of Asia, during 
the most ancient Periods of the World. 2 vols, in 3 parts, 4to. Los- 
don, 1795-98. [L. 27. 1,2,2*.] 

The Asiatic Annual Register ; or a View of the History of Hindustan, 
and of the Politics, Commerce, and Literature of Asia, for the years 
1799, 1800. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1800, 1801. [M. 21. 1,2.] 

Cambridge (Richard Owen) An Account of the War in India. 4to. Lon- 
don, 1761. [Q. 1. 29.] 

•Mill (James) The History of British India. 6 vols. 8vo. London, 
1820. 

•Malcolm (Sir John) The Political History of India. 2 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1826. 

Buchanan (Claudius) Christian Researches in Asia, royal 8vo. Cam- 
bridge, 1811. [Ff. 6. 11.] 

Hayi (Joannis) De Rebus Japonicis, Indicis, et Peruanis Epistola?. 8vo. 

Antverpiae, 1605. [F. 18. 6.] 
Kaempfer (Engelbertus) The History of Japan. Translated from the 

High Dutch by J. G. Scheuchzer. 2 vols, folio, London, 1727. 

[O. 5. 12,13.] 

Kircheri (Athanasii) China Illustrata, monumentis sacris profanisque. 
folio, Amstelodarni, 1667. [D. 4. 23.] 

Dc Halde (J. B.) Description of the Empire of China and Chinese Tar- 
tary. Translated from the French. 2 vols, folio, London, 1738-41. 

[O. 8. 15,16.] 

The History of China and Korea. Mud. Un. Hint, folio, Vol. III. 

[Cc. 1. 22.] 

Mosheim (John Laurence) Authentic Memoirs of the Christian Church 
in China : being a Series of Facts to evidence the Causes of the De- 
clension of Christianity in that Empire : translated from the Latin. 
8vo. London, 1750. [P. 190. (5.)] 

rhe History of Japan. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vol. IV. [Cc. 1. 23.] 

Staunton (Sir George) An Authentic Account of the Earl of Macart- 
ney's Embassy from the King of Great Britain to the Emperor of 
China. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1798. [L. 26. 1,2.] 

Plates to Sir George Staunton's Narrative. Atlas folio, London, 1798. 

[O. 1. 39.] 

'Ellis (Henry) A Journal of the Proceedings of Lord Amherst's Em-, 
bassy to China. 4to. London, 1817. 

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•Crawford (John) A History of die Indian Archipelago. 3 volt. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1*20. 

♦Raffles (Sir Thomas Stamford) The History of Java. 2 vols. 4to. 
London, 1817. 



V. History of Africa. 
History of Egypt, Abyssinia, and Ethiopia. 

The History of Africa, and of all the principal Nations and States there- 
in, Egypt and the African Islands, Abyssinia, Quiloa, Monomotapa, 
the Hottentots, the Gold and Slave Coasts, Piratical States in the 
North, Morocco, and of the Interior of Africa. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, 
Vols. V.— VII. [Cc. 1. 24-26.] 

Maured Allatafet Jemelleddini, filii Togri Bardii, seu Her urn jEgyptia- 
carum Annales. Arabice et Latine, cum notis, a J. D. Carlyle. 4to. 
Cantabrigiae, 1792. [H. 1. 33.] 

— — Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1792. [C. 21. 19.] 

Whits (Joseph) iEgyptiaca ; or Observations on certain Antiquities of 
Egypt. 4to. Oxford, 1801. [I. 22. 18.] 

Barrbti (J. N.) et Ovikdo (Andres) De Abassinorum Rebus, deque 
jEthiopiae Patriarchis, Libri III. 12mo. Lugduni, J 615. [F. 18. 3.] 

Ludolphus (Job) The History of Ethiopia, translated into English, 
folio, London, 1682. [R. 15. 32.] 

Geddes (Michael ) The Church History of Ethiopia. 8vo. London, 1696. 

[D. 7. 34.] 



VI. History of America. 
1. General History of America. 

Bibliotheccc Americana Primordia. An Attempt towards laying the Foun- 
dation of an American Library, in several Books, Papers, and Writings, 

fiven to the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
'arts. 4to. London, 1713. [E. 15. 10.] 
Renzoni (M.) Histoire Nouvelle du Nouveau Monde ; extraite de Tlta- 

lien par Urbain Chavveton. 8vo. 1579. [F. 19. 23.] 
Hornii (Georgii) De Originibus Amcricanis. 12mo. Hagac Comitis, 
1652. [F. 17. 33.] 

De Laet (Joannis) Notae ad Dissertationem H. Grotii de Origine Gen- 
tium Americanarum. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1643. [F. 17. 24.] 
The History of America. Mod. Un. Hist, folio, Vols. XIV. XV. 

[Cc. 1. 33,34.] 

Robertson (William) The History of America. 2 vols. 4to. London, 
1777. [H. 21. 1-2.] 

•Holmes (Abiel) American Annals : or a Chronological History of Ame- 
rica, from its Discovery in 1492 to 1806, 12 vols. Svo. London, 1S09. 

Bu*ke (Edmund) Account of the European Settlements in America. 
2 vols. 12mo. London, 1766. [Dd. 4. 95,96.] 



HISTORY OP AMERICA. 



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2. History of North America. 
i. Civil History of North America. 

Thorowoood (Thomas) Digitus Dei. New Discoveries, with sure Argu- 
ments to prove that the Jews, a People lost in the World for the space 
of near 200 years, inhabit now in America ; and that the Americans 
are of that race. 4to. London, 1652. [E. 19. 28.] 

The British Empire in America. 8vo. London, 1708. [B. 7. 49.] 

The State of the British and French Colonies in North America. 8vo. 
London, 1755. [P. 233. (1.)] 

Colonics Anglican^ Illustrate; or, the Acquest of Dominion and the Plan- 
tation of Colonies made by the English in America. 4to. London, 
1762. [A. 13. 37.] 

The Present State of His Majesties Isles and Territories in America. 
8to. London, 1687. [C. 15. 40.] 

An Account of Monsieur de la Salle's last Expedition and Discoveries in 
North America. 8vo. London, 1698. [M. 19. 47.] 

Adair (James) The History of the American Indians. 4to. London, 
1775. [Q. 1. 26.] 

Colden (Cadwallader) The History of the Five Indian Nations of Ca- 
nada. 8vo. London, 1747. [D. 27. 23.] 

The Canadian Freeholder : a Dialogue, shewing the Sentiments of the 
Bulk of the Freeholders of Canada concerning the Quebeck-Act, with 
some Remarks on the Boston Charter Act, &c. [By Francis Ma- 
seres.] 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1776. [I. 21. 21-24.] 

•Strachan (James) A Visit to the Province of Upper Canada. 8vo. 
Aberdeen, 1820. 

Stewart (Charles) A Short View of the Present State of the Eastern 
Townships in the Province of Lower Canada, with Hints for their Im- 
provements. 8vo. London, 1815. [Hh. 2. 44.] 

Nral (Daniel) The History of New England, containing an Impartial 
Account of the Civil and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Country to the 
year 1700. To which is added, the present State of New England. 
^ 8vo. London, 1747. [R. 19. 14,15.] 

Mather (Increase) A Brief History of the War with the Indians in New 
England, from June 24, 1675, to August 12, 1676. 4to. London, 
1676. [M. 20. 36.] 
Considerations proposed to Mr. William Pen, concerning the Validity 
' ' of his New Magna Carta for Liberty of Conscience. 4to. [M. 15. 89.] 

Chandler (Thomas) An Appeal to the Public, in Behalf of the 
Church of England in America. 8vo. London, 1769. [D. 26. 7.] 

'Warden (D. B.) A Statistical and Historical Account of the United 
States of America. 3 vols. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1808. 

Haynal (Abbe) On the Revolution of America. Translated from the 
French. 8vo. London, 1781. [Q. 4. 41.] 

•Marshall (John) The Life of General Washington. With a Compen- 
dious View of the Colonies planted by England on the Continent of 
North America. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1804-7. 

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HISTORY OF AMERICA. 



*Botta (Charles) Histoire de la Guerre d'Independence, traduit de l'lta- 
lien par L. de Sevelinges. 4 tomes 8vo. Paris, 1812. 

Franklin (Benjamin) Papers, &c. on American Politics. 8vo. Works, 

Vol.1. [Ee. 2. 67.] 
■ i Another Copy. 4to. Posthumous Works. [Gg. 1. 10.] 
Another Copy. 8vo. Posthumous Works. [Ee. 2. 74.] 

Paine (Thomas) Common Sense ; addressed to the Inhabitants of Ame- 
rica. 8vo. London, 1 792. [Hh. 2. 35.] 

Adams (John) A Defence of the Constitution and Government of the 
United States of America. 8vo. London, 1777. [Q. 5. 9.] 

Observations on the Debates of the American Congress on the Ad- 
dresses presented to General Washington on his Resignation. By 
Peter Porcupine {[William Cobbett.] 8vo. Philadelphia, 1797. 

£Hh. 3. 46.] 

Letter to the infamous Tom Paine in Answer to his Letter to General 
Washington. By Peter Porcupine [William Cobbett.] 8vo. Phila- 
delphia, 1797. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

The Republican Judge: or, the American Liberty of the Press. By 
Peter Porcupine [William Cobbett.] 8vo. London, 1798. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

A Detection of the Conspiracy formed by the United Irishmen, with the 
Intention of aiding the Tyrants of France in subverting the Govern- 
ment of the United States of America. By Peter Porcupine [William 
Cobbett.] 8vo. London, 1799. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

Sous (Antonio de) The History of the Conquest of Mexico by the Spa- 
niards. Translated from the Spanish by Thomas Tcwnsend. 2 vols. 
8vo. London, 1738. [G. 22. 5,6.] 

♦Humboldt (Alexander) A Political Essay on the Kingdom of New Spain. 
Translated from the French. 4 vols. 8vo. With Atlas. London, 
1811-12. 



ii. Ecclesiastical History of North America. 

•White (Right Rev. William) Memoirs of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in the United States of America. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1820. 

•Journals of the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the United States of America. 2 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia and New 
York, 1817-26. 

Edwards (Jonathan) A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God 
at Northampton. 12mo. London, 173S. [1Y. 8. 1 •>!•.]* 

Edwards (Jonathan) Narrative of the late Work of God, at and near North- 
ampton, abridged by John Wesley, M. A. \2\wo. London, 1 Too. 

[i:. 27. :>.} 

Edwards (Jonathan) Thoughts concerning the Revival of Religion in New 
England, abridged by John Wesley, M. A. 12mo. London. 171.5. 

[E. 27. 5.J 



WEST INDIES, AND SOUTH AMERICA. 809 



3. History of the West Indies. 

Gage (Thomas) The English Americain his Travail by Sea and Land ; 

or, a New Survey of the West India's, folio, Lond. 1648. [D. 1. 28.] 
Acosta (Joseph) The Naturall and Morall Historie of the East and West 

Indies. 4to. London, 1604. [A. 19. 1.] 
Esquemeling (John) The Bu earners of America, or a True Account of 
. the most Remarkable Assaults committed of late years upon the Coasts 

of the West Indies. Translated from the Dutch. 4to. London, 1684. 

[C. 10. 28.] 

The History of the Bucaniers of America. 2 vols. 12mo. London, 1741. 

[A. 19. 111,112.] 

Ratnal (Abbe de) Histoire des Etablissemens et du Commerce des Euro- 
peans dans les Deux Indes. 7 tomes, 8vo. Paris, 1778. [Q. 5. 19-25.] 

•Edwards (Bryan) The History of the British Colonies in the West In- 
dies. 5 vols. 8vo. London, 1819. 

Stephen (James) Buonaparte in the West Indies ; or the History of Tous- 
saint Louverture. Part III. 8vo. London, 1803. [Gg. 7. 17.] 

Teapham (Thomas) A Discourse of the State of Health in the Island of 
Jamaica. 8vo. London, 1679. [M. 18. 47.] 

Lioon (Richard) A True and Exact History of the Island of Barbadoes. 
folio, London, 1673. [M. 4. 7.] 

Hughes (Griffiths) The Natural History of Barbadoes. folio, London, 

• 1750. [O. 4. 22'.] 



4. History of South America. 

A Defence of the Scots Settlement at Darien. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1699. 

[B. 6. 6.] 

•Humboldt (Alexander) Researches concerning the Institutions and Mo- 
numents of the Ancient Inhabitants of America. Translated from the 
French by Helen Maria Williams. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1814. 

Charlevoix (Pierre Francois) Histoire du Paraguay. 8 vols. 4to. Paris, 
1756. [6. 1. 34-36.] 

*Mouna (John Ignatius) A Geographical, Natural, and Civil History of 
Chili, translated from the Spanish. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1809. 

•Southey (Robert) The History of Brazil. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1810-19. 

•Henderson (James) The History of Brazil. 4to. London, 1821. 

•Bofnycastle (R. H.) Spanish America: or a Descriptive, Historical, 

and Geographical Account of the Dominions of Spain in the Western 

Hemisphere. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. 



870 



H1STOEY. 



Section V. Biographical and Monu- 
mental History. 

I. Biographical History. 

1. Biographical Dictionaries and Collections of Lives, 
Antient and Modern. 

Dictionarium Hi8toricum, Geographicum, Poeticum ; Gentium, Homi- 
nura, Deorum, Gentilium, Regionum, Locorum, &c. nomina complec- 
tens. 8vo. Ursellis, 1601. [M. 22. 5.] 

Stephani (Caroli) Dictionarium Historicum, Geographicum, et Poeticum. 
4to. 1609. [F. 14. 13.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. 1609. [H. 6. 9.] 

Dictionarium Historicum, Geographicum, Poeticum, a Carolo Stephano 

inchoatum, ad incudem revocatum per Nicola um Lloydium. folio, 

Londini, 1676. [F. 13. 7.] 
D'Herbelot (B.) Bibliotheque Orientale : ou Dictionnaire Historique, 

contenant generalement tout ce que regarde la Connoissance des Peu- 

plea de l'Orient. folio, Paris, 1697. [G. 5. 3.] 

Hoffmanni (Job. Jacobi) Lexicon Universale, Historiam, Chronologiam, 
&c. explicans. 4 tomis, folio, Lug. Bat. 1698. [Ff. 1. 17-20.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4 to mis, folio, Lug. Bat. 1698. 

[G. 5. 6-9.] 

Bayle (Pierre) Dictionnaire Historique et Critique. 4 tomes, folio, Rot- 
terdam, 1720. [F. 5. 1-4.] 

Bayle (Peter) The Historical and Critical History translated into English. 
4 Tola, folio, London, 1710. [E. 13. 24-27.] 

Bayle (Peter) Tbe Historical and Critical History, revised, corrected, and 
enlarged by M. des Maizeaux. 5 vols, folio, London, 1734-33. 

[Cc. 1. 36-40.] 

Colli I R (Jeremy) Tbe Great Historical, Geographical, Genealogical, 
and Poetical Dictionary. 4 vols, folio, London, 1701. [R. 1. 18-21.] 

■ Another Copy. 2 vols, folio, London, J 701. [G. 5. 1,2.] 

MoRERi (Louis) Le Grand Dictionnaire Historique, ou Melange curieux 
de FHistoire Sacree et Profane. 4 tomes, folio, Amsterdam, 1 724-1 (>. 

[N. 4. 14-17.] 

An Historical and Critical Account of the Life and Writings of the ever- 
memorable Mr. John HfJes, of Eton College. Being a Specimen of 
an Historical and Critical English Dictionary. By M. des Maizeaux. 
8vo. London, 1729. [P. 122. (I.)] 

A Gkniral Dictionary, Historical and Critical, (including a Transla- 
tion of the whole of Bayle's Dictionary,) containing the History of tbe 
Illustrious Persons of all Ages and Nations. By J. P. Bernard, T. 
Birch, J* Lockrnan, and G. Sale. 10 vols, folio, London, 1 734-41. 

[R. 1. 8-17.] 

Th» IMogrnphlceJ Dictionary. 12 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1784. [A. 14. 28-39.] 



ANTIENT BIOGRAPHY. 871 

L'Advocat (Abbe) Historical and Biographical Dictionary, translated 
from the French by Catharine Collignon. 4 vols. 8vo. Cambridge, 
1799. [I. 23. 10-13.] 6 



. Another Copy. 4 vols. 8vo. Cambridge, 1799. [Gg. 5. 46-49.] 

•Chalmers (Alexander) A General Biographical Dictionary, from the 
. earliest Accounts to the present Time. 32 vols. 8vo. Lond. 1812-17. 

Chalmers (Alexander) A General Biographical Dictionary. 8vo. Vol. I. 
London, 1812. [li. 3. 37.] * 

•Leupriere (J.) A Classical Dictionary ; containing a copious Account of 
all the Proper Names mentioned in ancient Authors. A New Edition, 
corrected and enlarged. 4to. London, 1826. 

Lempriere (J.) An Universal Biography, and Historical Dictionary. 8vo. 
London, 1808. [Gg. 5. 50.] 

Watkins (John) An Universal Biographical and Historical Dictionary, 
8vo. London, 1800. [Hh. 8. 22.] 

*— — Another Edition, revised, corrected and greatly enlarged. 8vo. 
London, 1826. 

Batesii (Gulielmi) Vitae Selectorum aliquot Virorum, qui doctrina, dig- 
nitate, aut pietate inclaruerunt. 4to. Londini, 1681. [R. 17. 9.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1681. [I. 6. 6.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1681. [Ff. 8. 142.] 

Sxithii (Thomae) Vitae quorundam Eruditissimorum et Illustrium Viro- 
rum. 4to. Londini, 1707. [R. 8. 33.] 

The Annual Necrology for 1797-8, including various Articles of neg- 
lected Biography. 8vo. London, 1800. [C. 26. 20.] 



2. Antient Biography. 

Plutarchi Chaeronensis Graecorum, Romanorumque illustrium Vitae, ab 
authore Graece conscriptae : a doctissimis hominibus Latine facta:. 8vo. 
Lugduni, 1560. [H. 8. 40.] 

The Lives of the Noble Grecians and Romans compared together, by 
Plutarch of Chaeronea ; translated from Greek into French by James 
Amiat ; with the Lives of Hannibal and Scipio, translated out of Latin 
into French by Charles de I'Escluse, and out of French into English by 
Sir T. North. With several additional Lives, folio, Cambridge, 
1676. [B. 2. 8.] 

Plutarch's Lives, translated from the Greek by several hands. Vols. I. 
III. IV. 8vo. London, 1700-1699. .[Ii. 3. 10,11,12.] 

Rowe (Thomas) The Lives of several Ancient and Illustrious Men, omit- 
ted by Plutarch. 8vo. London, 1728. [A. 18. 61.] 

Diooenis Laertii de Vitis Decretis et Responsis celebrium Philosophorum 
Libri decern. [Editio Princeps.] 4to. Basileae, 1533. [C. 20. 4.] 

Diogenis Laertii de Vita et Moribus Philosophorum, Latine. 24rao. 

Lugduni, 1592. [B. 8. 31.] 
Diogenis Laertii de Vitis Philosophorum Libri decern, Graece et Latine, 

a Thoraa Aklobrandino. .folio, Romae, 1594. [Aa. 1. 6.] 
— Exemplar aliud. folio, Romae, 1594. [P. 1. 8.] 



8T2 HISTORY. 

Diogenis Laertii de Vitia Philosophoruin Libri decern. Ex emendauone 
M. Meiboraii et cum Annotationibus Mgidii Menagii et Kuhnii. 
Greece et Latine. 4to. Amstelodami, 1692. [A. 6. 5.J 

Diogenis Laertii, Hesycbii et Eunapii Vitae Philosophorum, et Pytbago- 
reorum Pbilosophorum Fragmenta. Greece et Latine, notis Is. Casau- 
boni. 8vo. Coloniae, 1616. [M. 7. 33.] 

Eunapius Sardianus de Vitis Philosophorum et Sophistarum, Graece et 
Latine, cura A. Schotti. 8vo. Heidelbergae, 1596. [A. 19. 18.] 

Hesychii Milesii de Vita quorundam Philosophorum Liber, Greece et 
Latine, ab Adriano Junio. 8vo. Antverpise, 1572. [K. 18. 31.] 

Iamblichi Vita Pythagora, et Protrepticae Orationes ad Philosophiam, 
Graece et Latine, a Joanne Arcerio Theodoreto. 4to. Heidelbergae, 
1598. [S. 1. 7.] 

Iamblichi Cbalcidensis de Vita Pythagorica Liber, Graece et Latine. 
Edidit, notisque illustravit, Ludovicus Kusterus. Accedit Malchus 
sive Porpbyrius de Vita Pytbagorae. 4to. Amstelodaemi, 1707. 

[G. 9. 25.] 

Dacier (M.) The Life of Pythagoras. 8vo. London, 1707. [A. 17. 54.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1707. [B. 6. 44.] 

Xenophontis Memorabilium Socratis Dictorum Libri Quatuor, cum 
notis H. Stephani et aliorum. Recensuit suisque annotationibus auxit 
Bolton Simpson. 8vo. Oxonii, 1769. [Aa. 3. 21.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1772. [Aa. 3. 23.] 

Xenophontis Apologia Socratis, et Memorabilia ejusdem, Gr. Lat. cum 
notis Joannis Leunclavii et aliorum. 8vo. Londini, 1720. [G. 26. 29.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1720. [A. 18. 74.] 

Xenophontis Commentarii Dictorum et Factorum Socratis, cum Apologia 
Socratis eidem auctori vulg© adscripta. Recensuit J. G. Schneider. 
8vo. Lipsiae, 1801. [I. 26. 28.] 

Kx Xenophontis Memorabilibus Socratis Excerpta quaedam. Graece. In 
usum Schotae Regiae Westmonasteriensis. 8vo. Londini, 1760. 

[Ii. G. 23.] 

('ooi'KK (John Gilbert) The Life of Socrates, collected from the Memo- 
rabilia of Xenophon, and the Dialogues of Plato. 8vo. London, 17 50. 

[E. 26. 27.] 

Thtf Hocratic System of Morals, as delivered in Xtnophon's Memorabilia. 

flvo, Jxmdon, 1773. [P. 313. (6.)] 
('ojtPKMI Nepotis Opera, curd Andrea* Schotti. folio. Francofurti, 1609. 

[D. 9. 6.] 

C(tYtit>\\uM Nepoi, de Vitis Excelkntium Imperatorum. Cum interpreta- 
tion* et notis Joannis Courtin, in usum Delphini. Svo. Londini, 17- 0. 

[IY. 7. 101.] 

('ttft&W Nepotis Vitae Excellentium Imperatorum, cum versione Ansrlica 
iohftfinit Clarke. 8vo. Londini, 1726. [E. 26. 26.] 

'If Mi MfW °t Atticus, Miltiades, and Cimon, from Cornelius Nepos. 
'ffffplited by Richardson Pack. 8vo. London, 1735. [R. 11. 72.] 

TIN* Kyfacusan Tyrant; or the Life of Agathocles. Svo. London, 1661. 

[Gg. 8. 1.] 

ftf ffWMW (Conyeti) The History of the Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 
I ffrf* 4to. London, 1741. [G. 9. 10,11.] 



BRITISH BIOGRAPHY. 



878 



;ton (Conyers) The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero. 3 vols. 8vo. 
don, 1767. [Gg. 7. 2-4.] - 
iton (Conyers) The Life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Vols. II. III. 
London, 1767. [R. 6. 39,40.] 

di (Sebastiani) Qusestura : in qu& Vita Ciceronis refcrtur, et ab 
lis judiciis vindicatur. 12 mo. Lug. Bat. 1667. [M. 18. 28.] 

uk (M.) History of the Banishment of Cicero, translated from 
French. 8vo. London, 1725. [R. 12. 43.] 

Et (M.) The life of Maecenas, with Historical and Critical Notes; 
slated from the French by K. Schomberg. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[P. 270. (1.)] 

bni (Jo. Chrysostomi) Democritus Reviviscens ; sive Vita et Philo- 
lia Democriti. 12mo. Londini, 1658. [B. 8. 5.] 

count of the Life of Apollonius Tyanseus, translated from the 
ich of M. Le Nain de Tillemont. 8vo. London, 1702. 

[M. 6. 49.] 

- Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1702. [M. 19. 42.] 



3. Modern Biography. 

i. British Biography. 

(1) Collections of British Biography. 

(O.) Virorum aliquot in Britannia Doctorum Elogia. folio, Inter 
i Opera. [D. 11. 14.] 

on (Wm. Bp. of Carlisle) The English Historical Library : giving 
ort View and Character of most of our Historians, with an Account 
>ur Records, Law Books, Coins, &c. folio, London, 1714. 

[G. 11. 22.] 

phia Britannica ; or the Lives of the Most Eminent Persons who 
; nourished in Great Britain and Ireland, from the earliest ages 
n to the present time. 6 vols, folio, London, 1748-63. 

[O. 4. 30-35.] 

(Thomas) Lives and Characters of Illustrious Persons in Great Bri- 
; with Houbrakens Heads, folio, Vol. I. London, 1743. 

[O. 2. 33.] 

— Vol. II. London, 1752. [R. 1. 6.] 

"Anthony) At hence Oxonienses : An Exact History of all the Writers 
Bishops who have had their education in the most ancient and 
>U8 University of Oxford, from A. D. 1500 to Nov. 1695. 2 vols. 
* London, 1721. [H. 13. 20,21.] 

. (Anthony) At hence Oxonienses. Third edition, with additions and 
atinuation, by Philip Bliss. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1813-20. 
: (Thomas) Memoirs of several Ladies of Great Britain. Inter- 
sed with Literary Reflections and Accounts of Antiquities and 
ou8 Things, in several Letters. 8vo. London, 1755. [G. 24. 16.] 
rd (George) Memoirs of British Ladies who have been celebrated 
their skill in the learned Languages, Arts and Sciences. 8vo. 
don, 1775. [F. 27. 15.] 



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Ward (John) Lives of the Prefeasort of Gresham College ; to which is 
prefixed the Life of the Founder. With an Appendix, consisting of 
Orations, Lectures, and Letters written by the Professors, with other 
Papers serving to illustrate the Lives, folio, London, 1740. 

[G. 1. 1.] 



(2) British Civil Biography. 

Allen (Rev. Dr.) Account of the Behaviour of Mr. James Maclaine, 
from the time of his Condemnation to the day of bis Execution. 8vo. 
London, 1*50. [A. 18. 112. (5.)] 

Ashton.— An Answer to the Paper delivered by Mr. Ashton at his Exe- 
cution to Sir Francis Child ; with the Paper annexed. By Edward 
Stillingfleet. 4to. London, . 1690. [N. 8. 22.] 

Banks (John) A Short Critical Review of the Life of Oliver Cromwell. 

8vo» London, 1747. [G. 21. 29.] 
Bernard (Thomas) An Historical Character of the Right Hon. Lady 

Elizabeth Hastings. 8vo. London, 1742. [A. 19. 81. J 

Birch (Thomas) An Account of the Life of John Ward, LL.D. Professor 
of Rhetoric in Gresham College. 8vo. London, 1766. [P. 293. (1.)] 

Birch (Thomas) The Life of the Hon. Robert Boyle. 8vo. London, 
1744. [R. 12. 46.] 

The Life and History of the Right Hon. Henry St. John Lord Viscount 
Bolinobroke, from his first entrance into Parliament to the Death of 
Queen Anne; and thence to the end of his Life. Likewise some 
Account of his Degradation, Attainder, Exile and Restoration. 8vo. 
London, 1754. [P. 312. (9.)] 

The Representation of the Right Hon. Lord Viscount Bolingbroke. 8vo. 
London, 1715. [M. 20. 9.] 

Booth (Barton) Memoirs of his Life and Character. To which are 
added several Poetical Pieces. 8vo. London, 1733. 

[A. 18. 112. (8.)] 

Boswell (James) The Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson. 4 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1798. [A. 14. 40-42.] 

Buoobll (Eustace) Memoirs of the Lives and Characters of the Illus- 
trious Family of the Boyles ; particularly of the late eminently learned 
Charles, Earl of Orrery. 8vo. London, 1737. [G. 22. 14.] 

Bcrmet (Gilbert) The Memoires of the Lives and Actions of James and 
William, Dukes of Hamilton and Castleherald ; containing an Account 
of the Civil Wars in Scotland, from 1625 to 1652. folio, London, 
1677. [N. 1. 19.] 

- Another Copy, folio, London, 1677. [I. 1. 27.] 

Bltrnei (Gilbert, Bp. of Salisbury) Some Passages in the Life and Deaih 
of John Earl of Rochester. 12mo. London, 1680. [Ec. 4. 77.] 

Burtet (Gilbert) Life and Death of Sir Matthew Hale. 12mo. London, 

16M. [Gg. 8. 4.] 
_ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1700. [H. 11. 67.] 
m\ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1724. [C. 27. 8.] 

04Ur*fcLL (J*) Lives of the British Admirals. 4 vols. Svo. London, 
JfM, [A. 16. 64-67.] 



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Carte (Thomas) A History of the Life of James Duke of Ormonde. 
With a Volume of Letters, &c. 8 vols, folio, London, 1736-5. 

[N. 2. 20-22.] 

Cheke (Sir John) Life of. 8vo. Oxford, 1641. [P. 134. (1.)] 

Cheyne (Dr.) Account of Himself and his Writings. Faithfully extracted 
from his Works. 8vo. London, 1744. [P. 122. (2.)] 

Cibber (Colley) An Apology for the Life of, by Himself. 8vo. London, 
1740. [P. 4. 16.] 

Clarendon (Edward, Earl of) Life, written by Himself, folio, Oxford, 
1759. [O. 3. 27.] 

Private Virtue and Public Spirit displayed, in a Succinct Essay on the 
Character of Capt. Thomas Coram [the Founder of the Foundling 
Hospital.] 8 vo. London, 1751. [A. 18. 112.(6.)] 

Coxe (William) Memoirs of the Life and Administration of Sir Robert 
Walpole, Earl of Orford. With Original Correspondence and Au- 
thentic Papers. 3 vols. 4to. London, 1798. [L. 25. 9-11.] 

Another Copy. 4 vols. 8vo. London, 1816. [Gg. 6. 45-48.] 

The Honovr of Vertve ; or the Monument erected by the Sorrowfull 
Husband [William Crashaw] and the Epitaphs annexed by learned 
and worthy men, to the immortall memory of that worthy Gentlewo- 
man, Mrs. Elizabeth Crashaw. 4to. London, 1620. [K. 15. 12.] 

The Genuine Copies of Letters between H. R. H. the Duke of Cumber- 
land and Lady Grosvenor, &c. 8vo. London, 1770. [P. 243. (5.)] 

Curtis (Charles) A Sequel to the Printed Paper, lately circulated in 
Warwickshire. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 4. 41.] 

Davies (Thomas) Memoirs of the Life of David Garrick. 2 vols. 8vo. 
London, 1780. [Q. 5. 4,5.] 

Dslahbre (M. le Chevalier) Notice sur la Vie et les Travaux de M. 
Maskelyne. 4to. Londres, 1813. [Ff. 5. 19 ] 

Drring (Sir Edward) A Vindication of his Parliamentary Conduct. 4to. 
1640. . [M. 20. 20.] 

Des Maize aux (Peter) Account of the Life and Writings of Mr. John 
Toland. 8vo. London, 1722. [D. 21. 20.] 

Dqbdjxgton (G. B. Baron of Melcomb- Regis) Diary of: with an Appen- 
dix, containing some curious and interesting Papers, by H. P. Wynd- 
ham. 8vo. Salisbury, 1784. [E. 25. 13.] 

Doddridge (Philip) Some Remarkable Passages in the Life of the Hon. 
CoL James Gardiner. 12mo. London, 1781. [Ee. 4. 71.] 

A Narrative of John Donald, who was executed in Carlisle on the 14th 
of September, 1816, for Burglary. 8vo. Carlisle, 1816". [Hh. 7. 25.] 

The Reasons of Mr. Bays ft. e. Mr. John Dry den] changing: his Reli- 
gion. 4to. London, 1688. [P. 47. (4.)] 

Due are l (A. C.) Account of Browne Willis. London, 1760. 

[P. 5. (9.)] 

Dunton (John) Life and Errors of. With an Idea of a New Life, shew- 
ing how he'd think, speak, and act, might he live over his days again. 
8vo. London, 1705. [R. 14. 60.] 

Short Memorials of Thomas Lord Fairiax, written by Himself. 8vo. 
London, 1699. [K. 15. 42.] 



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Firmik (Thomas) Life of. 8vo. London, 1698. [P. 327. (1.)] 

FosTEB (James) Account of the behaviour of the late Earl of Kilmarnock, 
after his sentence, and on the day of his execution. [August 18th, 
1746.] 8 vo. London, 1746, [A. 18. 112.(14.)] 

A Vindication of the Rev. Mr. Foster's Account of the late Earl of Kil- 
marnock from the misrepresentations of some Dissenting Teachers. 
8vo. London, 1746. [P. 263. (6.)] 

An Alarme for Sinners : containing Confessions, Prayers, and last Words 
of Robert Foulkes, who was executed for Murder. 4to. London, 
1679. [M. 15. 27.] 

Franklin (Benjamin) Memoirs of his Life and Writings, written by Him- 
self, and completed by his grandson, William Temple Franklin. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. [Ee. 2. 69,70.] 

Franklin (Benjamin) Life. 8vo. Works, Vol. I. [Ee. 2. 66.] 

Franklin (Benjamin) Private Correspondence, edited by W. T. Franklin. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1818. [Ee. 2. 71,72.] 

A Declaration of the Sense of the Archbishops and Bishops concerning 
the irregular and scandalous Proceedings of certain Clergymen at the 
execution of Sir John Friend and Sir William Parkins. 4 to. London, 
1696. [N. 8. 22.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1 696. [M. 14. 22.] 

Collier (Jeremy) A Defence of the Absolution given to Sir William Per- 
kins at the place of execution, April 3d; with a farther Vindication 
thereof occasioned by a paper entituled a " Declaration of the Sense" Src. 
4to. [N. 8. 22.] 

Gibbon (Edward) Memoirs of his own Life and Writings. 4to. Miscella- 
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Another Copy. 8vo. Miscellaneous Works, Vol. I. [Gg. 5. 36.] 

Gordon (John) Memoirs of John Gordon of Glencat, in the county 
of Aberdeen in Scotland, who was thirteen years in the Scots College 
at Paris. 12mo. London, 1733. [P. 341. (2.)] 

Grevill (Sir Fulk) The Life of Sir Philip Sidney. 8vo. London, 1652. 

[F. 7. 29.] 

Beatae Marie Magdalense Lachrymae in Obitum Gulielmi Grey, Domini 
Arthuri Grey Baronis de Wilton filii. 4to. Oxoniai, 1G0G. 

[E. 19. 31.] 

An Essay on Death Bed Charity, exemplified in the Life of Mr. Thomas 
Gut, Madame Jane Nicholas of St. Alban's, and Mr. Francis Bancroft 
late of London, Draper. 8vo. London. [P. 191. (.5.)] 

Digitus Dei : or God's Justice upon Treachery and Treason exemplified 
in the Life and Death of James Duke of Hamilton. 4 to. London, 
1649. [N. 8. 40.] 

The Female Husband : or the History of Mrs. Mary alias Mr. George 
Hamilton. 8vo. London, 1746. [P. 243. (10.)] ' 

Hjjiiltox (William) The Life of James Bonnell. Svo. London, 1707. 

[R. 13. 34.] 

•Hayl** (William) Memoirs, written by Himself. 2 vols. 4to. London, 
1814. 

HiAftKl (Thomas) Life of. 8vo. London, 1736. [R. 11. 76.] 



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Ibrbert (Edward, Lord of Cherbury) Life, written by Himself. 8vo. 
Edinburgh, 1809. [Gg. 5. 43.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1770. [Q. 2. 24.] 

L Letter from the Hon. Thomas Hervey to Sir Thomas Hanmer, Bart. 
8vo. London, 1756. [Hh. 8. 12.] 

— ; Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1756. [P. 243. (6.)] 

Iobbesii (Thomae Malmesburiensis) Vita, authore seipso. 4to. Londini, 
1679. [M. 14. 13.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Carolopoli, 1681. [R. 9. 73.] 

lobbes (Thomas) Considerations upon the Reputation, Loyalty, Man- 
ners and Religion of. 8vo. London, 1680. [R. 9. 73.] 

Iorke (George, Bp. of Norwich) A Letter to Adam Smith on the Life, 
Death and Philosophy of his Friend David Hume. 12 mo. London, 
1799. [Hh. 4. 37.] 

Iunt (Rev. Dr.) A Narrative of what is known respecting the Literary 
Remains of the late John Tweddell. 8vo. London, 1816. 

[Gg. 7. 7.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1816. [Gg. 6. 2.] 

The Remarkable Case of Potter Jackson ; giving an account of his Cruel 
Treatment by Capt. Livesly. 8vo. London, 1806. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

Fohnson (Samuel) Lives of the most Eminent English Poets. 4 vols. 
8vo. London, 1781. [Q. 5. 32-35.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Works, Vols. IX— XL [S. 6. 9-1 1.] 

Bennett (White) Memoirs of the Family of Cavendish. 8vo. London, 
1708. [P. 59. (19.)] 

EjE Clerc (John) The Life of John Locke, translated from the French. 
4tq. London, 1706. [P. 24. (13.)] 

Leicester (Robert Dudley Earl of) Life of. 8vo. London, 1727. 

[D. 27. 20.] 

The Lives of J. Leland, Thomas Hearne, and Anthony a Wood. 2 vols. 
8vo. Oxford, 1772. [Q. 4. 5,6.] 

L'Estrange (Sir Roger) L'Estrange no Papist nor Jesuite. Discussed in 
a Short Discourse between Philo- L'Estrange and Pragmaticus. 4to. 
London, 1680. [M. 15. 32.] 

L'Estrange (Sir R.) L'Estrange no Papist : in Answer to a Libel, enti- 
tled " L'Estrange a Papist, &c." 4to. London, 1681. [M. 20. 36.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1681. [P. 47. (7.)] 

L'Estrange (Sir R.) Notes upon Stephen College, grounded upon his own 
Confessions. 4to. London, 1681. [P. 44. (17.)] 

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Lilly (Win.) History of his Life and Times from the year 1602 to 1681. 
8vo. London, 1715. [P. 337. (2.)] 

Mallet (David) The Life of Lord Bacon. 8vo. London, 1740. 

[D. 21.30.] 

Macartney ( ) A J^etter giving an Account of the Duel between the 

Duke of Hamilton and Lord Mohun. 4 to. London, 1713. 

[P. 14. (25.)] 

An Essay upon the Character of his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. 
4to. London, 1707. [M. 15. 24.] 



HISTORY. 

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Mem Bkaapf Wi laii i of the Life and Writings of. 8vo. London, 

ftuuu Kfiav T war -Governor of Pendennis Castle) Memoirs of, 
has h» Letters. 12mo. London, 1815. [Gg. 8. 16.] 

Saaae Remarkable Passages in the Life of William 
. York, I7M. [Gg. 7. 18.] 

► Covj. Sto. Edinburgh, 1802. [Hh. 3. 27.] 

Coanr. 9m [Hh 3. 43.] 

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.Sir rhaaaav) Taw History of. Svo. London, 1666. [F. 19. 5.] 
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i) Mfawii aifcHMi of the Literary History of the 18th Cen- 
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*Prio* (John) A Memoir of the Life of the late Right Hon. Edmund 
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Radcliffe (John) Memoirs of his Life. 8vo. London, 1715. 

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Roper (William) The Life of Sir Thomas More. [K. 20. 1 1 .] 
Ruffhead (Owen) The Life of Alexander Pope, compiled from original 

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8vo. London, 1769. [G. 23. 10.] 

The Surprizing Lives and Adventures of Jack Shepherd and Jonathan 
Wild. 8vo. London, 1725. [F. 232. (4.)] 

The Life and Character of Jane Shore. 12mo. London, 1714. 

[M. 18. 6.] 

Sidney. — Peplus, illustrissimi viri Philippi Sidnsei supremis honoribus 
dicatus. 4to. Oxonii, 1587. [F. 15. 14.] 

Sfence (Joseph) Aji Account of the Life, Character and Poems of Mr. 
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Spence (Joseph) A Parallel between Magliabechi and Robert Hill. 8vo. 
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Stafford's Memoires : or a brief and impartial Account of the Birth and 
quality, imprisonment, tryal, last speech, and final end of William 
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Steele (Sir Richard) The Case of, being an impartial Account of the 
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Steele (Sir Richard) An Apology for Himself and his Writings, occasioned 
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Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [P. 31. (2.)] 

■ Another Copy. 4to. London, 1714. [M. 14. 16.] 

The Character of Richard Steele, Esq., with some Remarks, by Toby. 
8 vo. London, 1713. [M. 19. 23.] 

Stewart (Dugald) Account of the Life and Writings of Adam Smith, 
LL.D. 8vo. In Smith's Works, Vol. V. [Gg. 3. 37.] 

' Strtfe (John) Life of Sir Thomas Smith, principal Secretary of State to 
<■ King Edward VI. and Queen Elisabeth. 8vo. London, 1705. 

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Another Copy. 8vo. Oxford, 1822. [M. 21. 10.] 

Talbot (Charles Lord) The Honour of the Seals: or Memoirs of the 
noble Family of Talbot, attempting to do justice to the Life, Character, 
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[R. 11.70.] 

Teignmouth (John Lord) Memoirs of the Life, Writings, and Corre- 
spondence of Sir William Jones. 4to. London, 1806. [Ff. 2. 24.] 

Some Account of the late Smithson Tennant, Esq. Professor of Chy- 
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[Hh. 7. 22.] 

Tindal (Matthew) Copy of his Will. 8vo. London, 1716. 

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Toland (John) The Life of John Milton. 8 vo. London, 1699. 

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Aroyntor : or a Defence of Milton's Life. 8vo. London, 1699. 

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Tomline ( W. E. P.) A Speech on the Character of the Right Hon. Wm. 
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The Character of Pericles (Sir Robert Walpolb Eari of Orford) ; a 
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Wharton (Thomas Marquess of;. — Memoirs of Him, with his Speeches 
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Wilson (Daniel) The Substance of a Conversation with John Belling, 
ham the Assassin of the Right lion. Spencer Perceval, on Sundav 
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Wilson (George) Bribes no Perquisites, or the Case of the Earl of Mac- 
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Woo dd (Basil) Memoirs of Mrs. Hannah Woodd. 8vo. London, 1784. 

[Hh. 4. 45.] 

WasN (Christopher) Parentalia ; or Memoirs of the Family of the 
Wrens, folio, London, 1750. [O. 4. 23.] 



(3) British Ecclesiastical Biography. 

Clarke (Samuel) Collection of the Lives of Ten eminent Divines. With 
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Wordsworth (Christopher) Ecclesiastical Biography; or Lives of Emi- 
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commencement of the Reformation to the Revolution. Svo. 6 vols. 
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Allen (F.) An Account of Bishop Gibson. 4to. London, 1749. 

[P. 2-2. (29,20.)] 

Baily (Thomas) The Life and Death of John [Fisher] Bishop of Ro- 
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Barwicr (Joannis) Vita. 8vo. Londini, 1721. [F. 23. 1.] 

Baxter (Richard) Narrative of the most Memorable Passages of his 
Life and Times, folio, London, 1716. [Ff. 3. 16.] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1716. [Ff. 3. 16.] 

C ax amy (Edmund) An Abridgement of Mr. Baxter's History of his Life 
and Times ; with an Account of the Ministers, Cve. who were ejected 
after the Restoration of Charles II. &c. to the ytar 1711. Svo. 2 vols. 
London, 1713. [Gg. 8. 5,6.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. Svo. London, 171 J. [D. 6. ,">0.Jl.j 

■ A Continuation of the Abridgement of Mr. Imxut's Hi>torv 

of his Life and Times. 2 vols. 8vo. London. 17 2 7. [D. 2 2. '23,2.; \~ 

Animadversions on some Passages of Mr. Etiwi-na ( \: '> Ji nJ^t'tr.ait of 
Mr. Rickard Baxters History of his Lite cit.-l 7 o. Ito. La .mlo.'i, 
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Calamt (Edmund) Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. John Howe. 6\o. 
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Bistizt <Biehard) Vha et Colloqaia Ricardi Bentleii, ut phariuram ah 
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vuul a km own Words ; for the most part in his own Writings, in 
Lataaaod English. Sro. London, 1712. ~M. 19. 36/ 

A Letter in the Bishop of Oxford, containing some Animadrersions upon 
a Character given of the late Dr. BenuVv. London* 1767. 

[P. 

For various publications relative to Dr. Rentier, daring his residence 
at Cambridge, see p. 734 supra. 

Bckjtlkd (Nicholas) The Lite and Death of the Most Reverend and 
Learned Father of our Church, Dr. James Usher, Archbishop of Ar- 
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Bene* (Thomas) The Lite of the most reverend Dr. John Tillotson, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, compiled chief) r from bis original Papers 
and Letters. 8vo. London, 1752. [R. IS. 29.] 

Blakob ( ) An Eulogium on Dr. Middletoo. -Ito. London, 1750. 

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Bft*nriBJ> (David) Account of bis Life. Svo. Edinburgh, 1798. 

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fiasTT (Thomas) The Life of the Rev. J. Johnson, Vicar of Cranbrook. 
Svo. London, 1748. [E. 26. 3.] 

BncusBT (Francis) The Life of the Rev. Henry Dodwell, with an Ac- 
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Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1715. [R. 10. 56,57.] 

The life of the Most Rev. Father in God John Tillotson, Archbishop of 
Canterbury. With many curious Memoirs communicated by [Gilbert 
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[G. 26. 24.] 

An Introduction to the Life and Writings of Gilbert Lord Bishop of Sa- 
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Ilistrio Theologicus, or a Historical, Political, Theological and Poetical 
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Buetoh (Johannis) Ad Amicum Epistola : sive Commentariolus Thomae 
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Burton (Johannis) Elogium, sacrum Memoriae Johannis Rogers, S. T. P. 
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Chbykbll (Francis) Chillingworthi Novissima : or the Sickness, Heresy, 
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Chillingworth (Wm.) An Account of the Life and Writings of. 8vo. 
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Cl.ulkb (Francis L.) Life and Campaigns of the Duke of Wellington. 

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A Lively Picture of Lewis Du Moulin, drawn by the incomparable hand 

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Dillingham (Wilhelmi) Vitos Laurentii Chadertohi, et Jacobi Usserii. 

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Disney (John) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Arthur Ashley 

Sykes, D. D. 8vo. London, 1785. [D. 24. 12.] 
Dock (Arthur) Life of Henry Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury. 8vo. 

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Dyer (George) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Robert Robinson. 

$vo. London, 1796. [Gg. 7. 42.] 
Eklyn (Thomas) Memoirs of. 8vo. Works, Vol. I. [D. 24. 26.1 

Fell (John) The Life of the Rev. Dr. Hammond. 8vo. London, 1661. 

' [K. 15. 46.] 

Fiddes (Richard) The Life of Cardinal Wolsey. folio, London, 1 724. 

[E. 2. 12.] 

Gilpin (William) The Lives of John Wicliffe and of the most eminent 

of his Disciples. 8 vo. London, 1765. [F. 23. 4.] 
Gilpin (Wm.) The Life of Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester. 8vo. 

London, 1755. [A. 18. 112.(1.)] 

Gilpin (Wm.) The Life of Bernard Gilpin. 8vo. London, 1753. 

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Gilpin (William) The Lives of the Reformers. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 

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Hacket (John) A Memorial of John Williams, Archbishop of York, con- 
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Hall (Robert) Character of the late Rev. Thomas Robinson. 8vo. Lei- 
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Hal y burton (Thomas) Memoirs of. Edinburgh, 1715. [R. 14. 31.] 

Harris (William) Memoirs of the Rev. Dr. Manton. 8vo. London, 1725. 

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Hoadlet (Benj. Bp. of Winchester) Account of the Life, Writings and 
Character of the Rev. Dr. Samuel Clarke, folio, Works, Vol. III. 

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Hough (J. Bp. of Worcester) Account of. 4to. London, 1743. 

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Hdmphredii (Laurentii) Historia de Vita et Morte Johannis Juelli Epis- 
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Huntington (Wm.) The Kingdom of Heaven taken by Prayer ; or an 
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Hurd (Richard, Bp. of Worcester) Life of Bishop Warburton. Svo. 
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Jackson (John) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Waterland, 
being a summary View of the Trinitarian Controversy. Svo. London, 
1786. [P. 83. (L)] 

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Mr. John Jackson. With 

• particular Account of his Works and some original Letters which 
MHtd between him, Dr. Clarke, Mr. Whistou and other consi- 
iMtble Writers of that time. With an Appendix. London, 1 7G4. 



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A Narrative of the Case of the Rev. Mr. Jackson being refused the Sacra- 
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A Narrative of the Proceedings against [Edward Jones] the Bishop of 
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A Sketch of the Life and Character of Mr. Griffith Jones, late Rector of 

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Jones (William) Memoirs of the Life, Studies, and Writings of the Right 

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Knight (Samuel) The Life of Dr. John Colet, Dean of St. Paul's in the 

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Lardner (Nathaniel) Memoirs of his Life and Writings, to which are 

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[C. 2. 24.} 

Hbtltn (Peter) Cyprianus Anglicus : or the Life and Death of the most 
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Divine and Politike Observations newly translated out of the Dutch 
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Prynne (Wm.) Hidden Workes of Darknes brought to publike light ; 
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Prynne (Wm.) Canterburie's Doome ; or the first part of a compleat His- 
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■ Another Copy, folio, London, 1646. [Ff. 3. 15.] 
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Mr. John Mason. 4to. London, 
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\fmtWk*\ {Ih* Jo*euh>. — Extracts from Dr. Priestley's Works read in 
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^ id) <\ Kvidy to Dr. Priestley's Appeal to the Public on the 
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tfanopuli* to the Inhabitants of Eleutheropolis. Svo. 
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Copies of Original Letters recently written by Persons in Paris to Dr. 
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Remarks on the Explanation lately published by Dr. Priestley respecting 
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Strype (John) The Life of Matthew Parker, first Archbishop of Canter- 
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A Vindication of the libel on Dr. Delany, with a Panegyric on Dr~ Swift. 
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TsvisoN (Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury) Last Will and Testament. 

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tToNO (William) Life of the Rev. John Shower. 

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Walton (Izaak) The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. 
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Warton (Thomas) The Life of Sir Thomas Pope, Founder of Trinity 
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Vanihi. — The Life of Lucilio, alias Julius Caesar, Vanini, burnt for 
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Wetstenh (Jos. Jacobi) Oratio Funebris in obitum Joannis Clerici. 
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Williamson (Adam) Military Memoirs of Marshal Turenne. 12mo. 
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II. Monumental or Heraldical and Genealogical 

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A Brief Inquiry into the Principles and Provisions of the Law and Con- 
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: Another Copy, folio, London, 1664. [F. 13. 15.] 

Vebtot (D'Auboeuf Rene Aubert de) Histoire des Chevaliers Hospita- 
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Avstis (John) The Register of the Most Noble Order of the Gart 

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The Green Book ; or the Order of the Emerald Star. [By Sir Sara 
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A Publication of his Ma ftk * Edict and severe Censvre against Prim 
Combats and Combatants ; whether within his Highnesse Dominic 
or without ; with their Seconds, Accomplices, and Adhaerents. 4 
London, 1613. [M. 30. 37.] 



2. Peerage — Genealogical History. 

Yorke (James) The Union of Honovr ; containing the armcs, match< 
and issues of the Kings, Dukes, Marquesses, and Earles of Englar 
from the Conquest until this present yeare 1640. With the armes 
the English Viscounts and Barons now being, and of the Gentry 
Lincolnshire. A briefe of all the Battles fought and maintained by t 
English since the Conquest till the yearc 1602. Collected out of t 
most approved Authors, folio, London, 1640. [I. 1. 7.] 

Dugdale (Sir William) Baronetage of England. 2 vols, folio, Londf 
1675. [E. 11. 21,22.] 

Dale (Robert) An Exact Catalogue of the Nobility of England, i 
Lords Spiritual, according to their respective Precedencies, with tJ 
Titles of Honour, and the particular Times of their several Promoti 
8vo. London, 1697. [M. 19. 47.] 

Salmon (Nathaniel) A Short View of the Families of the English £ 
lity. 12mo. London, 1761. [R. 20. 17.] 

Bolton (Solomon) The Extinct Peerage of England, from the Cor 
to the year 1769. 8vo. London, 1769. [P. 6. 15.] 

Collins (Arthur) The Peerage of England. \JVith MS. Ceneai 
7 vols. 8vo. London, 1768. [P. 3. 12-18.] 

*Collins (Arthur) The Peerage of England, augmented and contii 
the present time by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. 9 vols. 8v 
don, 1812. 

*Dbbhett (John) The Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ire] 
vols. 12 mo. London, 1825. 

Information for Lord Forbes's Claim to the Peerage. London, 

LboHini (Eliae Reusneri) Genealogia Imperatorum, Rcgum, P 
Comitum, Baronum et Dynastarum Germanorum, totius orl 
tiani. folio, Francofurti, 1612. [D. 9. 13.] 

Qans (Joannis) Arboretum Genealogicum Annotationibus in A 
gttlaft illustratum, exhibens omnes fere Imperii principes 
hodie Reges linea recta descendentes a Rudolpho I. Imperat 
Coko, Agrfc 1688?. [D. 9. 17.] 



HISTORICAL EXTRACTS AND MISCELLANIES. 891 



Bbtham (William) Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of the World, 

from the earliest to the present period* folio, London, 1795. 
. . [A. 12. 35.] 

Bst&T (William) Gcnealogia Antiqua : or Mythological and Classical 
Tables of Fabulous and Ancient History, folio, London, 1816. 

[Gg. 1. 24.] 



Section VI. Historical Extracts and 
Miscellanies. 

1. By Antient Writers. 

Polybii Selecta de Legation ihus ; Dionysii Halicarnassei, Diodori Siculi, 
Appiani Alexandrini, et Dionis Cassii, Excerpta de Legationibus. 
Accedunt Fulvii Ursini Notae in Polybium. 4to. Antverpiae, 1582. 

[C. 9. 6.] 

Polybii, Diodori Siculi, Nicolai Damasceni, Dionysii H alic amass ensis, 
Appiani Alexandrini, et Joannis Antiocheni Excerpta. Ex collectaneis 
Cons tan tin i Augusti Porphyrogennetae Henricus Valesius primum 
edidit, Latine vertit, notisque illustravit. 4to. Pariahs, 1634. 

[I. 6. 23.] 

Eclog£ Legationum Dexippi Atheniensis, Eunapii Sardiani, Petri Pa- 
tricii, Prisci Sophistse, Malchi Philadelphiensis, Menandri Protectoris, 
et Excerptorum e Libris Diodori Siculi amissis XXX-XXXVI, Graece. 
CuraDavidis Hoeschelii. 4to. August. Vind. 1603. [E. 15. 38.] 

Claudii jEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. cum Latina Interpretatione 
Justi Wetterani. 24mo. Lugduni, 1537. [B. 8. 39.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. Rerumpublicarum Descriptiones 
ex Heraclide. Cum Latina Interpretatione. 12mo. Colonise Allobrog. 
1613. [F. 17. 43.] 

iEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. Rerum Publicarum Descriptiones ex 
Heraclide. 18mo. Paris, 1618. [E. 17. 30.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae, Graece et Latine. 18mo. Geneva?, 1630. 

[K. 16. 38,] 

TEliani Variae Historiae, Gr. Lat. Tanaquillus Faber emendavit. 12mo. 
Salmurii, 1668. [L. 8. 26.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae, cum notis Joannis Schefferi, et Joacbimi Kuhnii. 
8vo. Argentorati, 1713. [A. 19. 10.] 

jEliani Varia Historia Graece, cum Notis integris Conradi Gesneri, Joan- 
nis Schetteri, Tanaquilli Fabri, Joachimi Kuhnii, Jacobi Perizonii, et 
Latina Interpretatione J usti Vultegi : curante Abrahamo Gronovio. 
4to. Lug. Bat. 1731. [L. 6. 2,3.] 
Valerh Maximi Dictorum Factorumque Memorabilium Libri novem. 

folio, in iEdibus Ascensianis, 1513. [F. 1. 25.] 
Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 12 mo. Lugduni, 1607. [F, 16. 4,] 
Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 8vo. Francofurti, 1627. [F. 19. 29.] 
Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 12rao. Amstelodami, 1650. [L. 8. 32.] 



884 



HISTORY. 



Maurice (H.) Impartial Account of Mr. John Mason. 4to. London, 
1695. [P. 41. (2.)] 

Meadley (G. W.) Memoirs of Wm. Paley, D. D. 8vo. Sunderland, 
1809. [Hh. 4. 1.} 

Milner (Isaac) An Account of the Life and Character of the late Rev. 
Joseph Milner. (Two Copies.) 8vo. Cambridge, 1802. [Hh. 2. 34,44] 

— — Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1802. [Hh. 7. 22.] 

Nelson (Robert) The Life of the Right Rev. George Bull, D. D. Bishop 
of St. David's. 8vo. London, 1713. [F. 6. 26.] 

Newton (Thomas, Bishop of Bristol) Account of his Life, written by 
himself. 4to. Works, Vol. I. [A. 12. 46.] 

Newton (William) The Life of the Right Rev. Dr. White Kennett, Bishop 
of Peterborough. 8vo. London, 1730. [A. 17. 72.] 

Newton (John) Memoirs of the Life of the late* Rev. William Grirashaw. 

12mo. London, 1797. [Hh. 4. 34.] 
Orton (Job) Memoirs of the Life, Character, and Writings of the Rer. 

Philip Doddridge, D. D. 12mo. London, 1766. [Gg. 8. 10.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1766. [F. 23. 27.] 

•Otter (William) The Life and Remains of the Rev. Edward Daniel 
Clarke, LL. D. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1825. 

Parkhurst (Nathaniel) The Life of the Rev. William Burkitt. To which 
is added a Funeral Sermon after his burial. 8vo. London, 1704. 

[P. 232. (2.)] 

Parr (Richard) The Life of the most Reverend Father in God James 
Usher, Archbishop of Armagh, folio, London, 1686. [C. 2. 23.] 

Paule (Sir George) The Life of the Most Reverend and Religious Pre- 
late John Whitgift, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. 4to. London, 
1612. [M. 20. 19.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1612. [N. 8. 15.] 

Philips (Ambrose) The Life of John Williams, Lord Keeper of the Great 
Seal, Bishop of Lincoln, and Archbishop of York, in the reigns of 
James I. and Charles I. 8vo. Cambridge, 1700. [D. 7. 6.] 

Pope (Walter) The Life of Seth Ward, Bishop of Salisbury ; with an Ac- 
count of Bishop Wilkins, Mr. Rooke, Dr. Barrow, and Dr. Turber- 
ville. 8vo. London, 1697. [R. 13. 32.] 

A Hue and Cry after Mr. Vavasor Powell, Metropolitan of the Itine- 
rants. 4to. London, 1654. [P. 45. (4.)] 

Prideaux (Humphrey, Dean of Norwich) Life of. 8vo. London, 174S. 

[D. 22. 22.] 

Priestley (Dr. Joseph). — Extracts from Dr. Priestley's Works read in 
Court at the last Warwick Assizes. 8vo. Birmingham, 1792. 

[Hh. 2. 43.] 

Burn (Edward) A Reply to Dr. Priestley's Appeal to the Public on the 
subject of the late Riots at Birmingham, in Vindication of the Clergy 
and other respectable Inhabitants of the Town. 8vo. Birmingham. 

[Hh. 2. 43.] 

A Letter from Irenopolis to the Inhabitants of Elcuthcropolis. S\o. 
Birmingham, 1792. [Hh. 4. 41.] 



BRITISH ECCLESIASTICAL BIOGRAPHY. 885 



Observations on the Emigration of Dr. Joseph Priestley. 8vo. Phila- 
delphia, 1794. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

Copies of Original Letters recently written by Persons in Paris to Dr. 
Priestley in America. 8vo. London, 1798. [Hh. 2. 43.} 

Remarks on the Explanation lately published by Dr. Priestley respecting 
the Intercepted Letters of his Friend and Disciple, John H. Stone. 
By Peter Porcupine [William Cobbett.] 8vo. Lond. 1799. [Hh. 3. 46.] 

Rainbow (Edward, Bishop of Carlisle) Life, with a Funeral Sermon by 
hi* Chaplain. 8vo. London, 1688. [E. 27. 7.] 

Sacbeverell (Henry) Trial and other Proceedings against, see pp. 808, 
809, supra. 

Ridley (Glocester) The Life of Nicholas Ridley, sometime Bishop of** 
London. 4to. London, 1768. £0. 8. 15.] 

A Character of Don Sacheverellio, Knight of the Fire-brand. 8vo. Dub- 
lin, 1710. [M. 19. 27.] 

Scott (Thomas) The Force of Truth : an Authentic Narrative. 12mo. 
London, 1779. [li. 1. 34.] 

■ Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1798. [Hh. 7. 36,] 

Letters and Papers of, with Observations by John Scott. 8vo. 
London, 1826. 
••— Memoirs of, by John Scott. 8vo. London, 1825. 

Shower (John) Memoirs of, with his Funeral Sermon. 8vo. London, 

1716. [G. 26. 34.] 
Spbat (Thomas, Bishop of Rochester) A Second Letter to the Earl of 

Dorset, Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty's Household. 4to. London, 

1689. [M. 15. 13.] 

St»yfb (John) Memorials of Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, collected from Records, Registers, Authentick Letters, and other 
Original Manuscripts, folio, London, 1694. [K. 2. 21.] 

Whiston (William) An Enquiry into the Evidence of Archbishop Cran- 
mer's Recantation. 8vo. London, 1736. [P. 86. (6.)} 

SntYPB (John) The Life of Matthew Parker, first Archbishop of Canter- 
bury in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, folio, London, 1711. [N. 1. 7.] 

Strype (John) The Life and Acts of Edmund Grindal, first Bishop of 
London and the second Archbishop of York and Canterbury, succes- 
sively, in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, folio, Lond. 1710. [N. 1. 8.] 

Strype (John) The Life and Acts of John Whitgift, third and last Arch- 
bishop in the reign of Queen Elizabeth, folio, Lond. 1718. [C. 4. 1.] 

Strype (John) The Life of John Aylmer, Bishop of London. 8vo* Lon- 
don, 1701. [R. 13. 6.] 

Stackhou8E (Thomas) The Life of Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Roches- 
ter. 8vo. London, 1732. [R. 11. 70.] 

Stukeley (William) An Account of Richard of Cirencester. 4to. London, 

1757. [Q. 3. 35.} 
Sue rid an (Thomas) The Life of Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's. 

8vo. London, 1784. [A. 16. 116.] 

A Vindication of the Libel on Dr. Delany, with a Panegyric on Dr. Swift. 
8vo. London reprinted, 1730. [P. 67. (11.)] 



886 



HISTORY. 



Tenison (Thomas, Archbishop of Canterbury) Last Will and Testament. 

8vo. London, 1716. [M. 19. 10.] 
•Todd (Henry John) Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Right Re?. 

Brian Walton, D. D. Bishop of Chester, and Editor of the London 

Polyglott Bible. With Notices of his Coadjutors in that Work, &c. 

2 vols. 8vo. London, 1821. 
tToNO (William) Life of the Rev. John Shower. 

Venn (Henry) A Token of Respect to the Memory of the Rev. George 
Whitefield, being the substance of a Sermon. 8vo. London, 1770. 

[Hh. 3. 47.] 

Vernon (George) The Life of Peter Heylyn, D. D. 8vo. London, 1681 

[R. 14. 11.] 

Walton (Izaak) The Lives of Dr. J. Donne, Sir H. Wotton, Mr. R. 

Hooker, and Mr. G. Herbert. 8vo. London, 1670. [R. 13. 28.] 
"Walton (Izaak) The Life of Dr. Sanderson, Bishop of Lincoln. 8vo. 

London, 1678. [N. 7. 68.] 
Walton (Izaak) The Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. 

Richard Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and Dr. Robert Sanderson. 

With Notes and the Life of the Author, by Thomas Zouch, M. A. 

4to. York, 1796. [L. 27. 11.] 

Ward (Richard) The Life of Dr. Henry More. 8vo. London, 1710. 

[R. 13. 5.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1710. [D. 7. 5.] 

Ward (William) Life of Mr. Charles Farmery, late Pastor of the Baptist 
Church at Diss in Norfolk. 12mo. London, 1801. [Hh. 4. 23.] 

Warton (Thomas) The Life of Sir Thomas Pope, Founder of Trinity 

College, Oxford. 8vo. London, 1772. [Q. 4. 7.] 
Watts (Thomas) An Account of the Life and Works of William Asheton, 

D. D. 8vo. London, 1714. [M. 9. 6.] 
Watson (Richard, Bishop of LlandafF) Anecdotes of his Life, written by 

himself. 4to. London, 1817. [Ff. 2. 23.] 
A Letter to the Publisher of the Quarterly Review, with Remarks on the 

Want of Candour and Truth in the Comments therein made on Bishop 

Watson's Life. By Philalethes Cantabrigiensis. 8vo. London, 1819. 

[Ff. 6. 37.] 

Whi8Ton (William) Memoirs of Dr. Samuel Clarke, including Memoirs 
of some of his Friends. 8vo. London, 1730. [P. C6. (2.)] 

Observations on Mr. Wkistoris Historical Memoirs of the Jjfc and Writings 
of Dr. Samuel Clarke. 8vo. London, 1748. [P. 130. (,10.)] 

Whiston (William) Memoirs of his Life and Writings. By himself. 
8vo. London, 1749. [F. 24. 22.] 



ii. Modem Foreign Biography. 

Adami (Melchioris) Vita? Theologorum, Juris-Consultomm, Poiii iconic 
Medicorum, atque Philosophorum maximam partem Germ;uion:ni, 
nonnullam quoque exterorum. folio, Francofurti ad Mocnuin, 1703. 

rrv. i. :>.! 



MODERN FOREIGN BIOGRAPHY. 887 

Allatii (Leonis) Apes Urbane, sive de Viris Illustribus, qui ab anno 
1530 per totum 1582 Romas adfuerunt, ac typis aliquid evulgarunt. 
Et Joannis Imperialis Museum Historicum, Virorum Litteris illustrium 
Elogia, Vitas eorundem et Mores notantia complexum. 8vo. Ham- 
burg!, 1711. [R. 13. 41.] 

Allwoerden (Henricus ab) Historia Michael is Served. 4to. Helmstadii, 
1728. [Cc. 2. 16.] 

Aretius (Benedict) A History of Valentinus Gentilis the Tritheist. 8vo. 
London, 1696. [R. 13. 70.] 

Berwick (Duke of) Memoirs. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1779. [A. 16. 98,94.} 

Bombet (L. A. C.) The Lives of Haydn and Mozart, translated from the 
French. 8vo. London, 1817. [Gg. 5. 42.] 

Burigni (M. de) Life of Hugo Grotius, translated from the French. 8vo. 
London, 1754. [A. 17. 73.] 

Burton (Dr.) The Life of Herman Boerhaave. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[D. 22. 22.] 

* Butler (Charles) The Life of Erasmus, with Historical Remarks on the 
State of Literature between the tenth and sixteenth Centuries. Svo. 
London, 1825. 

Castellani (Petri) Vitae Illustrium Medicorum. 12mo. Antverpiae, 
1617. [H. 19. 30.] 

Chaufepie (J.) The Life of Servetus, translated from the French. 8vo. 
London, 1771. [Hh. 3. 40.] 

Clerici (Joannis) Vita et Scripta ad annum 1711. 8vo. Amstelodami, 
1711. [A. 19. 85.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Amstelodami, 1711. [K. 15. 31.] 

Condorcet (J. A. N. de Caritat, Marquis de) Life of Voltaire. To which 
are added Memoirs of Voltaire, written by himself. 2 vols. 12mo. 
London, 1790. [Dd. 4. 108,109.] 

Des Maizeaux (Peter) Life of Mons. Boileau Despreaux, translated by 
Mr. Ozell. London, 1712. [P. 169. (1.)] 

Des Maizeaux (Peter) The Life of Monsieur de St. Evremond. Lon- 
don, 1714. [P. 169. (2.)] 

History of the Actions of Prince Eugene of Savoy. 8vo. London, 1714. 

[L. 15. 32.] 

Flechier (Esprit) La Vie du Cardinal Commendon. 8vo. Paris, 1694. 

[H. 18. 41.] 

Gassekdi (Petri) Vita Nic. Claudii Fabricii de Peiresc. 12mo. Hag. 
Com 1651. [R. 11. 86.] 

Gualdi (Abate) The Life of Donna Olympia Maldochini, who governed 
the Church during the time of Innocent X. from the year 1644 to 
1655. 12 mo. London, 1667. [L. 8. 6.] 

Gustavus Vassa, Narrative of the Life of. 12mo. London, 1793. 

[Hh. 4. 38.] 

Harlbsii (T. C.) Vitae Philologorum nostra aetate. 2 vols. 8vo. Brenue, 

1773. [F. 26. 28,29.] 
Huetii (Petri Danielis) Commentarius de Rebus ad eum pertinentibus. 

12mo. Amstelodami, 1718. [A. 19. 94.] 



888 HISTORY.. 

•Memoirs of the Life of Huet, translated from the Latin with Notes by 
John Aikiw, Bl« D. % vols. 8vo. London, 1810. 

Jesup ( ) The Lives of Picus and Pascal. 8vo. London, 1 730. 

[R. 9. 68.] 

Jotii (Pauli) Vitae Illustrium Virorum. folio, Basileae, 1678. [D. 10. 3.] 
Jobtin (John) The Life of Erasmus. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1 758. 

[G. 1. 18,19.] 

Knight (Samuel) The Life of Erasmus, more particularly that part of it 
which he spent in England. 8vo. Cambridge, 1726. [Gg. 7. 44.] 

Lb Gendre (P.) La Vie du Pierre Du Bosc. 8vo. Rotterdam, 1694. 

[L. 19. 40.] 

Limborch (Philippi a) Historia Vitas Simonis Episcopii. 8vo. Amstelo- 

dami, 1701. [ D - I 5 *] 
Les Memoires de Madame la Princesse Marie Mancini Colonne. 1 8rao. 

Cologne, 1677. [M. 18. 25.] 

The Life of Lewis Maximilian Mahomet, late Servant to his Majesty 
[George II.] 8 vo. London, 1727. [R. 11. 70.] 

Matano (Gregorio) The Life of Michael de Cervantes Saavedra ; trans- 
lated from the Spanish by Mr. Ozell. 4 to. London, 1788. [E. 2. 25.] 

Ottoni8 (Everardi) De Vita, Studiis, Scriptis, et Honoribus Servii Sul- 
picii Rufi Liber Singularjs ; et P. Alfenus Varus ab injuriis Veterum 
et Recentiorum liberatus. 8vo. Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1733. 

[P. 200. (3.)] 

Patini (Caroli) Lyceum Patavinum, sive I cones et Vitae Professorum 
Patavii. 4to. Patavii, 1682. [H. 5. 30.] 

A Short Narrative of the Life and Death of Count Patkul, a Nobleman 
of Livonia, broke alive upon the Wheel in Great Poland, anno 1707. 
London, 1717. [P. 159. (2.)] 

Ramsay (Andrew Michael) The Life of Fenelon. 8vo. London, 1 723. 

[R. 14. 22.] 

Reimari (Herni. Sam.) De Vita et Scriptis Joannis Alberti Fabricii 
' Commentarius. 8vo. Hamburgi, 1737. [A. 19. 4.] 

fRocHFORT (M.) Memoirs. 8vo. London, 1696. 

•Roscoe (William) The Life of Lorenzo de' Medici. 2 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1825. 

Roscoe (William) The Life and Pontificate of Leo X. 4 vols. 4to. Liver- 
pool. [K. 24. 7-11.] 
Les Dernieres Heures de Monsieur Rivet. 18mo. Breda, 1651. 

[M. 18. 26.] 

Rozelli (Signor) Memoirs of the Life and Adventures of. Translated from 
the French. 8vo. London, 1709. [B. 7. 15.] 

Ruytbr.— La Vie du Michael de Ruyter. 18mo. Amsterdam, 1977. 

[D. 17. 17.] 

Socim (Fausti) Vita, descripta ab Equite Polono ; cum Catalogo Operum 
ejusdem Fausti Socini. 18mo. Eleutheropoli, 1651. [P. ^57. ] 

St. Real (Abbe de) Memoirs of the Duchess of Mazarine. London, 

1718. [P. 169. (3.)] 
Memoirs of Count Tariff, &c. London, 1713. [P. 159. (5,)] 



CHIVALRY AND HERALDRY. 



889 



Vanivi. — The Life of Lucilio, alias Julius Caesar, Vanini, burnt for 
Atheism at Thoulouse. With an Abstract of his Writings. Transla- 
ted from the French. 8vo. [P. 198. (1.)] 

Wesley (John) An Extract of the Life of Monsieur de Renty. 12mo. 
Bristol, 1760. [E. 27. 5.] 

Wetstenii (Jos. Jacobi) Oratio Funebris in obitum Joannis Clerici. 
Amstelaedami, 1736. [P. 2. (2.)] 

Williamson (Adam) Military Memoirs of Marshal Turenne. 12mo. 
London, 1740. [R. 20. 14.] 



II. Monumental or Heraldical and Genealogical 

History. 

1. Treatises on Nobility and Chivalry, Heraldry, and 
Orders of Knighthood. 

Humfredi (Laurentii) Optimates : sive de Nobilitate, ejusque Antiqua 
Origine, Natura, Officiis, Disciplina, et recta ac Christiana Institutione 
Libri III. Adjunctus est Pbilo Judseus de Nobilitate, Greece et 
Latine: eodem interprete. 8 vo. Basil. 1560. [F. 18. 18.] 

Duodale (Sir William) The Antient Usage in bearing of Arms: with a 
Catalogue of the Nobility of England. 12mo. Oxford, 1682. 

[M. 18. 22.] 

Selden (John) Titles of Honor, folio, London, 1631. [E. 9. 18.] 

•Mills (Charles) The History of Chivalry or Knighthood, and its Times. 
2 vols. 8vo. London, 1825. 

•Cruise (William) A Treatise on the Origin and Nature of Dignities or 
Titles of Honour. 8 vo. London, 1810. 

A Brief Inquiry into the Principles and Provisions of the Law and Con- 
stitution of England regarding the Protection of the Rights of Peer- 
ages inheritable under a Common Law Creation. With an Appendix. 
[By Sir Egerton Brydges.] folio. [F. 23. 30.] 

The Accedekce of Armory. 4to. London, 1591. [E. 18. 5.] 

Bossewell (John) Workes of Armorie. 4to. London, 1597. [D. 20. 63.] 

Guillim (John) A Display of Heraldrie. folio, London, 1632. 

[Dd. 1. 90.] 

: Another Copy, folio, London, 1664. [F. 13. 15.] 

Vertot (D'Auboeuf Rene Aubert de) Histoire des Chevaliers Hospita- 
liers de St. Jean de Jerusalem. 4 tomes 4to. Paris, 1 726. 

[A. 6. 29-32.] 

Vertot (M. 1' Abbe de) The History of the Knights Hospitallers of Jeru- 
salem, at present called the Knights of Malta. Translated from the 
French. 5 vols. 12mo. Edinburgh, 1770. [Ee. 4. 110-114.] 

The History of the Order of the Knights of Malta. Mod. Un. Hist. 
, folio, Vol. VII. [Cc. 1. 26.] 

Ashmole (Elias) The Institution, Laws, and Ceremonies of the most 
Noble Order of the Garter, folio, London, 1672. [E. 13. 23.] 



880 



HISTORY 



Avstis (John) The Register of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. 

2 vols, folio, London, 1794. [O. 3. 9,10.] 
Heylyn (Peter) History of that most famous Saynt and Souldier of 

Christ Jesus, St. George of Cappadocia, asserted from the fiction* 

of tbe middle ages of the Church and opposition of the present. 4to. 

London, 1631. [E. 19. 21.] 

The Green Book ; or the Order of tbe. Emerald Star. [By Sir Samuel 
Egerton Brydges.] folio. [F. 23. 30.] 

A Publication of his Ma"** Edict and severe Censvre against Priuate 
Combats and Combatants ; whether within his Highnesse Dominions 
or without ; with their Seconds, Accomplices, and Adhserents. 4to. 
London, 1613. [M. 30. 37.] 



2. Peerage — Genealogical History. 

Yorkb (James) The Union of Honovr ; containing the armcs, matches, 
and issues of the Kings, Dukes, Marquesses, and Earles of England, 
from the Conquest until this present yeare 1640. With the armes of 
the English Viscounts and Barons now being, and of the Gentry of 
Lincolnshire. A briefe of all the Battles fought and maintained by the 
English since the Conquest till the yeare 1602. Collected out of tbe 
most approved Authors, folio, London, 1640. [I. 1. 7.] 

Dugdale (Sir William) Baronetage of England. 2 vols, folio, London, 
1675. [E. 11. 21,22.] 

Dale (Robert) An Exact Catalogue of the Nobility of England, and 
Lords Spiritual, according to their respective Precedencies, with their 
Titles of Honour, and the particular Times of their several Promotions. 
8vo. London, 1697. [M. 19. 47.] 

Salmon (Nathaniel) A Short View of the Families of the English Nobi- 
lity. 12mo. London, 1761. [R. 20. 17.] 

Bolton (Solomon) The Extinct Peerage of England, from the Conquest 
to the year 1769. 8vo. London, 1769. [P. 6. 15.] 

Collins (Arthur) The Peerage of England. [IVith MS. Genealogies.] 
7 vols. 8vo. London, 1768. [P. 3. 12-18.] 

•Collins (Arthur) The Peerage of England, augmented and continued to 
the present time by Sir Samuel Egerton Brydges. 9 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1812. 

•Debrett (John) The Peerage of England, Scotland, and Ireland. J 
vols. 12mo. London, 1825. 

Information for Lord Forbes's Claim to the Peerage. London, 1740. 

[P. 5. (19.)] 

Leorini (Eliae Reusneri) Genealogia Imperatorum, Rcgum, Principum, 
Comitum, Baronum et Dynastarum Germanorum, totius orbis Chris- 
tiani. folio, Francofurti, 1612. [D. 9. 13.] 

Qans (Joannis) Arboretum Genealogicum Annotationibus in Arborcs sin- 
gulas illustratum, exhibens omnes fere Imperii principes et Europe 
hodie Reges linea recta descendentes a Rudolpho 1. Imperatore. folio, 
Colon. Agrip. 1638. [D. 9. 17.] 



HISTORICAL EXTRACTS AND MISCELLANIES. 891 



Bbtham (William) Genealogical Tables of the Sovereigns of the World, 
from the earliest to the present period* folio, London, 1795. 

m m [A. 12. 35.] 

BstRT (William) Gcnealogia Antiqua : or Mythological and Classical 
Tables of Fabulous and Ancient History, folio, London, 1816. 

[Gg. 1. 24.] 



Section VI. Historical Extracts and 
Miscellanies. 

1. By Antient Writers. 

Polybu Selecta de Legationibjis ; Dionysii Halicarnassei, Diodori Siculi, 
Appiani Alexandrini, et Dionis Cassii, Excerpta de Legationibus. 
Aocedunt Fulvii Ursini Notae in Polybium. 4to. Antverpiae, 1582. 

[C. 9. 6.] 

Polybii, Diodori Siculi, Nicolai Damasceni, Dionysii Halicarnassensis, 
Appiani Alexandrini, et Joannis Antiocheni Excerpta. Ex collectaneis 
Constantini Augusti Porphyrogennetae Henricus Valesius primum 
edidit, Latine vertit, notisque Ulustravit. 4to. Parish's, 1634. 

[I. 6. 23.] 

Eclog£ Legationum Dexippi Atheniensis, Eunapii Sardiani, Petri Pa- 
tricii, Prisci Sophistae, Malchi Philadelphiensis, Menandri Protectoris, 
et Excerptorum e Libris Diodori Siculi amissis XXX-XXXVI, Graece. 
Cura Davidis Hoeschelii. 4to. August. Vind. 1603. [E. 15. 38.] 

Claudii jEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. cum Latina Interpretatione 
Justi Wetterani. 24mo. Lugduni, 1537. [B. 8. 39.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. Rerumpublicarum Descriptiones 
ex Heraclide. Cum Latina Interpretatione. 12mo. Coloniae Allobrog. 
1613. [F. 17. 43.] 

iEliani Variae Historiae Libri XIV. Rerum Publicarum Descriptiones ex 
Heraclide. 18mo. Paris, 1618. [E. 17. 30.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae, Graece et Latine. 18mo. Geneva?, 1630. 

[K. 16. 38J 

iEliani Variae Historiae, Gr. Lat. Tanaquillus Faber emendavit. 12mo. 
Salmurii, 1668. [L. 8. 26.] 

jEliani Variae Historiae, cum notis Joannis Schefferi, et Joacbimi Kuhnii. 
8vo. Argentorati, 1713. [A. 19. 10.] 

jEliani Varia Historia Graece, cum Notis integris Conradi Gesneri, Joan- 
nis Schetteri, Tanaquilli Fabri, Joacbimi Kuhnii, Jacobi Perizonii, et 
Latina Interpretatione Justi Vultegi: curante Abrahamo Gronovio. 
4to. Lug. Bat. 1731. [L. 6. 2,3.] 

Valerii Maximi Dictorum Factorumque Memorabilium Libri novem. 
folio, in iEdibus Ascensianis, 1513. [F. 1. 25.] 

Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 12mo. Lugduni, 1607. [F, 16. 4.] 

Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 8vo. Francofurti, 1627. [F. 19. 29.] 

Valerii Maximi Libri novem. 12mo. Amstelodami, 1650. [L. 8. 32.] 



HISTORY. 



Valerii Maximi Libri novem, cum Notis Variorum, curd Antonii Thysii. 

8vo. Lug. Bat. 1660. [G. 26. 1.] 
Valerii Maximi Libri novem, cum Notis Diversorum. Recensuit et 

Notas adjecit Abrahamus Torrenius. 4to. Leidse, 1722. [A. 6. 22.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Leidse, 1722. [Aa. 2. 16.] 



2. By Modern Writers. 

Hoenioebi (Nicolai) Propugnacalum Castitatis ac Pudicitiae, Fortitudinis, 
Ckmstantiaeque, tarn Virginum quam Uxorum. 8vo. Basileae, 1575. 

[K. 18. 25.] 

Ttpoto (Jacobi) Symbola Divina et Humana Pontificum, Imperatorum, et 
Regum. folio, Francoturti, 1601. [D. 9. 11.] 

Reusneri (Elite) Septem Ulustrium Quasstionum Historicarum Enuclea- 

tio. 4to. Jens, 1609. [K. 19. 7.] 
Exne&i (Balthasaris) Valerius Maxim us Christianus ; hoc est, Dictorum 

et Factor um Memorabilium unius atque alterius Seculi, Impp. Regum, 

Prmcipura inprimis Cbristianorum, Libri novem. 8vo. Hanoviae, 

1620. [K. 15. 21.] 

Camerarii (Philippi) Operae Subsecivae ; sive Meditationes Histories). 
S tomis 4to. Francofurti, 1644. [F. 20. 5-7.] 



Class VI. 

Uttrraturc. 



Section I. History of Literature 
and Bibliography. 

I. History of Literature, Languages, and Writing. 

CTA SARCMAS1ANA ad usum Rei- 
publicae Literariee in unum corpus col* 
lecta, a Theodoro Crusio. 8 vo. 1711. 

[R. IS. 52.] 

Morhofii (Danielis Georgii) Polyhistor 
Literarius, Philosophicus, et Practicus. 
2 torn. 4to. Lubcca;, 1714. [K. 6.4,5.] 
Fabricii (Jo. Alberti) Jubilseum primum 
Gymnasii Hamburgensis. 8vo. Ham- 
burg!,, 171 5. [F. 26. 1.] 

Glevii (Jo. Geor.) Cohors Musarum, 
sive His tori a Rei Literariee ; necnon 
Historia Bibliothecalis. 8vo. Traj. ad 
Rhcn. 1715. [R. 14. 37.] 

Sche lhornii (Georgii) Aracenitates Historiae Ecclesiastical et Literariae. 

8vo. Francofurti et Lipsioe, 1737. [P. 317. 1.] 
Struvii (B. G.) Introductio in Notitiam Rei Litterarise et Usum Biblio- 

thecarum. 8vo. Francofurti et Lipsise, 1729. [F. 22. 7.] 

Wormii (Olai) Danica Literatura Antiquissima, vulgo Gothica dicta, luci 

reddita. 4to. Amsterodarni, 1636. [S. 2. 11.] 
Nahmacheri (J.) Commentarii de Literatura Romana. 8vo. Brunsvigee, 

1658. [P. 316. (2.)] 
Voyage Litteraire de deux Religieux Benedictins de la Congregation de 

St. Maur. [Dom. Martene et Dom. Durand.] 4to. Paris, 1727. 

[C. 10. 6.] 

Grtphii (Christiani) Apparatus : sive Dissertatio Isagogica, de Scripto* 
ribus Historiam Seculi xvii illustrantibus. 8vo. Lipsite, 1710. 

[R. 20. 19.] 

Heimanni (Christophori Augusti) Conspectus Reipublicee Literariae. 
8vo. Hanoverae, 1735. [A. 19. 16.] 

Winder (Henry) A Critical and Chronological History of tbe Rise, Pro- 
gress, Declension, and Revival of Knowledge, chiefly Religious. 
2 vols, in 1, 4to. London, 1745-6. [R. 17. 17.] 

Guichard (Estienoe) L'Harmonie des Langues. 8vo. Paris, 1610. 

[C. 15. 42.] 




894 



LITERATURE. 



Duret (Claude) Tbresor de l'Histoire des Langues de cest Univers. 
4to. Yverdon, 1619. [G. 6. 19.] 

Ma billon (Johannis) De Re Diplomatica Libri VI. folio, Parisiis, 1681. 

[A. 2. 11.] 

Montfaucon (Bernardi de) Palaeographia Graeca : sive de Ortu et Pro- 
gressu Literarum Graecarum. folio, Parisiis, 1708. [E. 12. 21.] 

Beattie (James) The Theory of Language. 8vo. Lond. 1788. [Gg. 7. 31.] 

tHuGO (Herman.) De prima Scribendi Origine. 8vo. Antverpiae, 1617. 

Bailey (Jacobi) Hieroglyphicorum Origo et Natura. 8vo. Cantabrigia?, 
1816. [Ii. 4. 13.] 

Wilkins (John) An Essay towards a real Character and a Philosophical 
Language, folio, London, 1668. [B. 2. 6.] 

Holder (William) Elements of Speech : An Essay of Inquiry into the 
natural production of Letters, with an Appendix concerning Persons 
Deaf and Dumb. 8vo. London, 1669. [K. 20. 35.] 

— : • Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1669. [M. 19. 38.] 

Astls (Thomas) The Origin and Practice of Writing, as well Hierogly- 
phic as Elementary : Illustrated by Engravings taken from Marbles, 
Manuscripts, and Charters, ancient and modern. Also some Account 
of the Origin and Progress of Printing. 4to. Lond. 1784. [E. 23. 4.] 

For the History of Philosophical Societies, with their Transactions, 
see pp. 562-564 supra. 



II. Bibliography. 

1. Introductions to Bibliography. — History of 
Printing. 

Horne (Tho. Hartwell) An Introduction to the Study of Bibliography ; 
to which is prefixed a Memoir on the Public Libraries of the Antients. 
% vols. 8v6. London, 1814. [M. 21. 7,8.] 

Maittaire (Michaelis) Annates Typographic ab Artis Inventae Origine 
ad Annum 1557 cum Indice. 6 vols. 4to. Lond. 17 19-41. [K. 6. 8-13.] 

Panzer (Georgii Wolfgangi) Annales Typographic!, ab Artis lnventa; 
Origine ad annum 1536, post Maittairii, Di nisii, aliorumque doctissi- 
morum curas in ordinem redacti, emendaii, et aucti. 1 1 tomis, 4to. 
Norimbergac, 1794-1803. [Gg. 2. 27-37.] 

Middleton (Conyers) A Dissertation concerning the Origin of Printing 
in England. 4to. Works, Vol. III. [G. <J. 14.] 

•Hansard (Thomas Curson) Typographia : an Historical Sketch of the 
Origin and Progress of the Art of Printing. With Practical Direc- 
tions for conducting every Department in an Office : with a Descrip- 
tion of Stereotype and Lithography, super royal Svo. London, 18^ 5. 



2. General Bibliography. 

Photii Myrobiblion; sive Bibliotheca Librorum, quos Photius Patriar- 
chs Constantinopolitanus legit^ et censuit. Gra'ce ct Latine, cum 
Notis et Sclioliis Davidis Hoeschelii et Andrea? Schotti. folio, Geneva?, 
1611. [K. 3. 21.] 



BIBLIOGRAPHY. 



896 



•Photii Bibliotbeca, ex recensione Imraanuelis Bekkeri, Greece. 2 tomis 
4to. Berolini, 1824-25. 

*Balei (Johanins) Scriptorum Illustrium Majoris Brytannise Catalogus, 
h Japheto per 3618 annos usque ad A.D. 1557. folio, Basileae, 1557. 

[C. 13. 18.] 

Beyeri (Augusti) Memorise Historico-Criticae Librorum Rariorum. 
8vo. Dresdee, 1734. [F. 27. 32.] 

Cattenburgh (Adriani) Bibliotheca Reraonstrantium. 8vo. Amsteloda- 

roi, 1728. [R. 14. 27.] 
Deckheri (Jobannis) De Scriptis Adespotis, Pseudepigraphis, et supposi- 

titiis Conjecturae. 12mo. Amst. 1686. [R. 14. 80.] 

Dorn (J. C.) Bibliotheca Theologica Critica. 8vo. Francofurti, 1720. 

[R. 14. 6.] 

Draudii (Georgii) Bibliotbeca Classica, sive Catalogus Officinalis; in 
quo singuli singularum Facultatum ac Professionum Libri ordine al- 
phabetico recensentur. 4to. Francofurti, 1611. [S. 1. 5.] 

Dupin (Louis Ellies) Nouvelle Bibliotheque des Auteurs Ecclesiastiques, 
contenant l'Histoire de leur Vie, le Catalogue, la Critique, la Chrono- 
logie, et le Somraaire, de leurs Ouvrages. 19 tomes en 10 vols. 4to. 
Paris, 1683-1715. [N. 6. 7-16.] 

- » Un autre Exemplaire. 3 vols. 8vo. Paris, 1687-89. 

[G. 18. 31-33.] 

Dupin (L. E.) Dissertation Prelim inai re ; ou Prolegomenes sur la Bible, 
pour servir de Supplement a la Bibliotheque des Auteurs Ecclesias- 
tiques. 4to. Paris, 1701. [N. 6. 6.] 

Dupin (L. E.) A New History of Ecclesiastical Writers, containing an 
Account of the Authors of the several Books of the Old and New 
Testament, the Lives and Writings of the Primitive Fathers, &c. &c. 
Translated from the French. 7 vols, folio, London, 1697-1706. 

[E. 10. 16-22.] 

Another Copy. 7 vols, folio, London, 1697-1706. 

[Bb. 1. 30-36.] 

Fabricii (Jo. Alberti) Bibliotheca Graeca, sive Notitia Scriptorum Vete- 
rum Grsecorum, quorumcunque monumenta integra aut fragment a 
edita extant. 14 torn. 4to. Hamburg! , 1708-28. [M. 1. 1-14.] 

Fabricii (J. A.) Bibliotheca Graeca. Editio quarta, variorum curis emen- 
datior atque auctior, curante G. C. Harles. Accedunt B. L. Fabricii 
et C. A. Ileumanni Supplement inedita. 9 tomis 4to. Hamburgi, 
1790 et an. seqq. [C. 25. l-8 a .] 

Fabricii (J. A.) Bibliotheca Latina : sive Notitia Auctorum veterum Lati- 
norum. 3 torn. 8vo. Hamburgi, 1708-1722. [C. 20. 29-31.] 

Fabricii (J. A.) Supplementum Bibliothecae Latinae. 8vo. Hamburgi, 

1712. [C. 18. 2.] 
Fabricii (J. A.) Bibliographia Antiquaria. 4to. Hamburgi, 1716. 

[R. 16. 27.] 

Gerdes (Danielis) Florilegium Historico-Criticum Librorum Rariorum. 

8vo. Groningas, 1740. [A. 19. 90.] 
Gesneri (Conradi) Bibliotheca in Epitomen redacta, et amplificata per 

Jo. Simlerum et Jo. Jac. Frisium. folio, Tiguri, 1583. [Ff. 3. 43.] 
• Exemplar aliud. folio, Tiguri, 1583. [C. 13. 21.] 



896 



LITERATURE. 



Hsumanni (Christophori Augusti) De Libra Anonymis ac Pseudonymis 
Schediasma. 8 vo. Jenae, 1721. [A. 19. 118.J 

Hottinoeri (Jo. Henrici) Promptuarium, sive Bibliotheca Orieotalis; 
exhibens Catalog urn, sive Centurias aliquot, tarn Authorum quara 
Librorum, Hebraicorum, Syriacorum, Arabicorum, iEgyptiacorum, 
jEthiopicorum, &c. 4to. Heidelbergae, 1659. [K. 14. 41.] 

Ixdxx Expuroatorius Librorum qui in hoc Sseculum prodierunt, juxta 
itcri Concilii Tridentini Decretum, Philip. II. Regis Catholici jussu et 
auctoritate atque Alberti Ducis 'Concilio ac Ministerio in Belgia con- 
cinnatus anno 1571. 8vo. Argentorati, 1572. [I. 18. 31.] 

Index Librorum Expurgatorum, Gasparis Quiroga Cardinalis et Archiep. 
Toletani, Hispan. Generalis Inquisitoris jussu editus. 4to. Salmuri, 
1601. [K. 20. 6.] 

Sandoval (Bernardi de) Index Librorum Prohibitorum et Expurgato- 
rum ; auctus B. Turrettini praefatione et Hispanici decreti Latina Ver- 
sione. 4to. Geneva?, 1619. [C. 14. 86.] 

Index Librorum Prohibitorum et Expurgandorum Novissimus, jussu An- 
tonio a Sotomajor supremi Presidis, et in Regnis Hispaniarum, Sicilian, 
et Indiarum Generalis Inquisitoris, luculentissime et vigilantissime re- 
cognitus. folio, Madriti, 1667. [K. 2. 12.] 

Le Long (Jacobi) Bibliotheca Sacra. 2 tomis folio, Parisiis, 1723. 

[F. 5. 8,9.J 

LrpxNii (Martini) Bibliotheca Realis Theologica omnium Materiarum, 
Rerum et Titulorum in universa sacro-sancta Theologia occurrentium. 
2 torn, folio, Francofurti, 1685. [G. 10. 8,9.] 

Oubini (Casimiri) Commentarius de Scriptoribus Ecclesiae Antiquae illo- 
ramque Scriptis. 3 torn, folio, Lipsiae, 1722. [C. 2. 5-7.] 

Exemplar aliud. 3 torn, folio, Lipsiae, 1 722. [Cc. 1 . 41-43.] 

Oudini (Casimiri) Supplementum de Scriptoribus vel Scriptis Ecclesiasti- 
cis, a Bellarmino omissis, ad annum 1460. 8vo. Parisiis, 1G8G. 

[G. 18. 37.] 

Placci (Vincentii) Theatrum Anonymorum et Pseudonyinorum. 2 vols, 
folio, Hamburgi, 1708. [E. 13. 15,16.] 

Polyanthea Librorum Vetustioruin, Italicorum, Gallicorum, Hispani- 
coram, Anglicanorum, et Latinorum. Pars I. Geneva?, 1822. 

[P. 358. — . 

KaHLir(L. M.) Struviana Bibliotheca Philosophies, emendata et cont 
' nuata. 2 torn. 8vo. Gottingae, 1740. [G. 25. 23,24.] 

Exemplar aliud. 2 torn. 8vo. Gottingse, 1710. [G. 25. 25,2' 

Strutii (B. G.) Bibliotheca Historica, emendata et locupletata a C. 
Budero. 2 torn. 8vo. Jena;, 1740. [G. 25. 27,28.] 

Voot (Johannis) Catalogus Historico-Criticus Librorum rariorum. i 
Hamburgi, 1738. [F. 25. 20.] 

A New Catalogue of Books and Small Tracts against Vu j and Imn 
lity, and for promoting the Knowledge and Practice oi the Chr 
Religion. 8vo. London, 1707. [M. 19. 48.J 

The British Librarian : exhibiting a Compendious Review or Abstr 
the most scarce, useful, and valuable Books in all Sciences. [B< 
liara Oldys.] 8vo. London, 1738. [R. 11. 21.] 



FOREIGN LITERARY JOURNALS. 897 



JLiterart Memoirs of Living Authors of Great Britain, alphabetically 
arranged. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1798. [Ii. 7. 19,20.] 

Walpole (Horatio, Earl of Orford) A Catalogue of the Royal and Noble 
Authors of England. With Lists of their Works. 2 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1759. [O. 7. 61,62.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Works, Vol.1. [1. 24. 1.] 

•Watt (Robert) Bibliotheca Britannica : or a General Index to British 
and Foreign Literature. 4 vols. 4to. Edinburgh, 1824. 

*Moss (J. W.) A Manual of Classical Bibliography, comprising a copious 
Detail of the various Editions : Commentaries, and Works critical and 
illustrative ; and Translations into the English, French, Spanish, Ger- 
man, and occasionally other Languages ; of the Greek and Latin Clas- 
sics. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1825. 



3. Periodical Bibliography. 
i. Foreign Literary Journals. 

Baillet (Adrien) Jugemens des Savans, sur les Principaux Ouvrages 
des Auteurs. 17 tomes, 8vo. Amsterdam, 1725. [L. 17. 1-17.] 

Nouvelles de la Republique des Lettres, depuis le Moi de Mars 1 684, 
jusqu'a le Mois de Decembre 1688. 10 tomes, 18mo. Amsterdam, 
1686-1688. [A. 19. 146-155.] 

Bibliotheque Choisie ; pour servir de suite a la Bibliotheque Universelle. 
Par Jean Le Cl£rc. 48 tomes, 12mo. Amsterdam, 1703-18. 

[G. 17. 1-48.] 

Jen kin (Robert) Remarks oh M. Le Clerc's Bibliotheque Choisie, 8vo. 
London, 1709. [N. 9. 33.] 

Le Clerc (Jean) Bibliotheque Ancienne et Moderne, pour servir de suite 
aux Bibliotheques, Universelle ct Choisie. 28 tomes, 12mo. Amster- 
dam, 1714-27. [L. 17. 24-51.] 

Sainjorb (M.) Bibliotheque Critique. 4 vols. 12mo. Amsterdam, 
1708-10. [E. 18. 27-30.] 

Histoire Critique de la Republique des Lettres, tant ancienne que mo- 
derne. 17 tomes, 12mo. Utrecht, 1712-18. [C. 17. 1-15.] 

Bibliotheque Raisonnee des Ouvrages des Savans de l'Europe. 28 tomes, 
8vo. Amsterdam, 1728-41. [Q. 6. 14-41.] 

M 6m o ires pour THistoire des Sciences et Beaux Arts, de- f[L. 1. 1-52. 
puis l'Annee 1701 jusqu'k 1727. 119 tomes, 12rao.< I. 1. 1-54. 
Trevoux, 1701-27. I. 17. 1-13.] 

Memo ires pour l'Histoire des Sciences et Beaux ^rts, 
commences a Trevoux, depuis l'Annee 1731 jusqu'a 
l'Annee 1767. 148 tomes, 12mo. Paris, 1740-67. 

Matt (M.) Journal Britannique. 18 vols. 18mo. a la Haye, 1750-55.' 

[Q. 7. 1-18.] 

Acta, etNova Acta, Eruditorum Lipsiensium, cum Supplement!* et Indi- 
cibus. 72 tomis, 4to.Lipsi«, 1682-1735. [H. 14. 1-4*. H. 15.1-** J 



"[I. 17. 14-50. 
L. 16. 1-49. 
I. 16. 1-55. 
I. 15. 1-8.] 



898 



LITERATURE. 



Crbnii (Thoraoe) Museum Philologicum et HistoricunL 8to.Uuj| lf s t Com* i 
1699. [R. 14. 45.] ' I ^ 1 ^ 

Crenii (Thomee) Analecta Philologico-Critico-Historica. 3to. Ab» 1 R w au ;U 
dami, 1699. [R. 13. 60.] I ",. r „ Mo 

Crenii (Thomae) Thesaurus Librorum Philologicorum et HisterteiM 1* _ 
8vo. Lug. Bat. 1700. [R. 14. 75.] 

Miscellanea Lipsiensia ad lncrementum Rei Litterariae edita. cum Pail 

tione Jo. Francisci Buddei. 3 vols. 12mo. Lipsiae, 1716.[R.21.K4t;lfrt F' rL 

Hasjei (Theodori) et Lampe (Friderici Adolphi) Bibliotheca Haem] 



Philologico-Theologica. 8vo. Bremae, 1718. [A. 19. 78.) l^ 1 



ia:. 1 ' 



Museum Helveticum, ad juvandas Literas in publicos Usus apetm 

7 tomis, 8vo. Tiguri, 1746-52. [Hh. 8. 8-14.] I^ ll t - 
Relationes de Libris Novis. 8vo. Gottingae, 1754. [P. 2o4.; v i,\] 



WL 1 ■ 



ii. British Literary Journals. 



The Complete Library : or News for the [ngenious ; as also the S*l 
of the World. For May 1692. 4to. [M. 14. 35.] 

The Gentleman's Journal, or Monthly Miscellany for November 
4to. London, 1692. [M. 20. 13.] 

The History of the Works of the Learned, for the years 1699-1111 
3 vols. 4to. London, V. Y. [F. 6. 16-18.] 

Bibliotheca Curiosa: or a Miscellany, Historical, and Philologial 
Part I. 4to. London, 1710. [M. 14. 8.] 

Memoirs of Literature, containing a Weekly Account of the Stated 
Learning both at Home and Abroad, folio, London, 171: 2. [R. 2.21. 
The State of the Republick of Letters, for 1728. 2 vols. Svo. London 

[R. 11. 5^h] 

Memoirs of Literature, containing a large Account at many valuaUe 
Books, Letters, and Dissertations upon several subjects, Miscellaneous 
Observations, &c. [By Michael Dr la Rochk.] 8 vols. Svo. Lon- 
don, 1722. [I. 7. 1-8.] 

A Literary Journal, or a Continuation of the Memoirs of Literature. 
[By Michael De la Roche.] 3 vols. 8\o. London, 1730. [I. 7. 9-11." 

Historia Literaria, or an Account of the most valuable Books pub- 
lished in the several Parts of Europe. I vols. 8vo. London. 1731. 

[R. 12. 07-70.} 

« Another Copy. 4 vols. 8vo. London. 1731. [!. 7. 3,">-3S.] 

The Present State of the Republick of Letters, for 1735 und 1730. 
2 vols. 8vo. [R. 9. 55-56.] 

The History of the Works of the Learned, from 1737 to 1713. 7 vols. 
8vo. [R. 9. 57-63.] 

The Plebeian. No. I. 4to. London, 1711). [P. 14. (2.)] 

The Gentleman's Magazine, from 1731 to 1775, with an Index to the 
first twenty vols. 45 vols. 8vo. [Vols. 5 and lo' wanting London, 
V. Y. [R. 5. 15-45. R. 6. 1-12.] 

Three Numbers of the Monthly Chronicle, for 1732. 4to. [P. 32.(21-23.)] 



BRITISH LITERARY JOURNALS. 899 



omedtak, or Philosophical Enquirer, a Monthly Publication, 
1 to 8. 8vo. London, 1732. [P. 55. (1-8.)] 

& (Richard) The Weekly Miscellany, or an Account of the Reli- 
Morality, and Learning of the Times. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
-1738. [R. 11. 33,34.] 

rs of the Society of Grub-Street. 12mo. London, 1737. 

[A. 19. 66,67.] 

dblick Register, or Weekly. Magazine, No. I. to XXIV. 4to. 
Ion, 1741. [P. 16. (11.)] 

enny Medley, or Weekly Entertainer, Nos. I. II. 12mo. Lon- 
1746. [P. 134. (2.)] 

usEUM, or Literary and Historical Register. 3 vols. 8vo. Loo- 
1746-47. [E. 21. 2-4.] 

emembrancer. By George Cadwallader. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[P. 310. (7.)] 

eutish Magazine. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 1746-48. [R. 13. 44-46.] 

onthly Review. Vols. I. — LVII. 8vo. London, 1749-77. 

[R. 4. 1-48. R. 5. 1-9.] 
iitical Review : or Annals of Literature, by a Society of Gen- 
io. 70 vols. 8vo. London, 1756-1790. [A. 18. 1-40. A. 17. 1-30.] 

Ix to the Critical Review : or Plain Queries respecting Mr. Ash ton's 
on on thejast. 8vo. London, 1758. [P. 241. (2.)] 

itical Review : or Annals of Literature, extended ([A. 17. 31-38. 
mproved. By a Society of Gentlemen. ANew< A. 16. 1-25/ 
ngement. 39 vols. 8vo. London, 1791-1803. H. 24. 1-6.] 

itical Review ; or Annals of Literature, extended and improved. 
Society of Gentlemen. Series the Third. 3 vols. 8vo. London, 
. £H. 24. 7-9.] 

terary Magazine, or Universal Review. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
-57. [R. 19. 3,4.] 

— Vol. III. (the seven concluding Numbers). 8vo. London, 
. [P. 241.(1.)] 

iristian's Magazine : or a Treasury of Divine Knowledge. 8 
8vo. London, 1760-67. [R. 18. 10-17.] 

brary, or Moral and Critical Magazine. 2 vols, in 1, 8vo. Lon- 
1761-2. [R. 19. 2.] 

jnthly Gazetteer, or Universal Repository for March 1764. 
London. [P. 241. (3.)] 

bekly Amusement for November 1765. 8vo.Lond.[P. 241. (4.)] 
on don Review. [By Dr. Kenhick.] 5 vols. 8vo. London, 
-67. [R. 5. 10-14.] 

noon Magazine for June and November, 1766. 8vo. London. 

[P. 241. (5.) (6.)] 

teological Repository; consisting of Original Essays, Hints, and 
ies, &c. calculated to promote Religious Knowledge. 6 vols. 8vo. 
an. [Edited by Dr. Priestley.] 1769-1788. [Hh. 3. 11-16. j 
Another Copy. Vols. I. and II. Svo. London, 1769-70. 

[Hh. 3. 9,10.1 

Another Copy. Vols. I.— IH. London, 1 769-71. [F. **. l^J 



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LITERATURE. 



The Sentimental Magazine ; or, General Assemblage of Science, Tasi 
and Entertainment 8vo. London, 1773. [R. 19, 1.] 

The Lady's Magazine for the year 1776, 8vo. London, 1776. 

[P. 307. (10 

Magazin des Savans : or Literary Miscellany for February and Mar 
1792. 8vo. London, 1792. [Hh. 3. 33.] 

The British Critic; a New Review: Vols. I— XIX. XXIV— XXVI] 
and Index to the first twenty volumes. 25 vols. 8vo. London, 179 
1802-4-6. [Hh. 8. 24-41. Hh. 7. 15-21.] 

The Christian Observer, 1802-19. 18 vols. 8vo. London, V. Y. 

[Ii. 7. 1-1 

-Christ is risen : a letter to the Editor of the Christian Obsci ver. &\ 
Hull, 1802. [Hh. 3. 27.] 

Overton (John) Four Letters to the Editor of the Christian Obsen 
8vo. York, 1805. [Hh. 3. 26.] 

*The Christian Remembrancer ; or Churchman's Biblical, Ecelesi; 
tical, and Literary Miscellany. Vols. I. — VIII. 8vo. London, V. 1 

[Continued.] 

•Museum Criticum : or Cambridge Classical Researches. 8vo. Cai 
bridge, Nos. I.— VII. V. Y. 

Museum Criticum : or Cambridge Classical Researches, Vol. I. 8i 
Cambridge, 1814. [Ii. 6. 30.] 

The Edinburgh Review, or Critical Journal. S3 vols. 8vo. Edinbur/ 
1801-20. [K. 27. 1-29. K. 26. 18-21.] 

Somerville ( James ) Remarks on an Article in the Edinburgh Rev 
in which the Doctrine of Human Miracles is explained. Svo. Lon 
1815. [Gg. 6. 15.] 

The Quarterly Review, from 1808 to the present time, [with Ind< 
the first 20 vols.] Vols. I — XXXIII. 8vo. London, V. Y. 

[Continued.] [Hh. 6. 24 

The Eclectic Review for July 1811. Svo. [Gg. 7. 12.] 

The Religious Monitor for April and June 1813. Svo. [Gg. ' 

The Methodist Magazine for November 1813. Svo. [Gg. 6. 

The Christian Guardian for June 1816. 8vo. [Hh. 2. 44.] 



4. Treatises on Libraries and their A i ran gen 
Catalogues of Libraries. 

Maichklii (D.) Introductio ad Historiani Literariain do prcecir 
thee is Parisiensibus. 8vo. Cantabrigia 4 , 1721. [A. 17. 

Middleton (Conyers) Bibliothectu Cantabrigiensis oidinnnda 
queedam. 4to. Opera, Tom. III. [G. 0. 11.] 

— Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigian, 1 7 i 3. [N. S 

■ ■ Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigian 1713. [1\ 1 



TREATISES ON LIBRARIES— CATALOGUES. 901 



Caslet (David) A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the King's Library 
With one hundred and fifty Specimens of the Manner of Writing in 
different Ages, from the third to the fifteenth century. 4to. London, 
1734. [A. 6. 1.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1734. [R. 17. 21.] 

Planta (Joseph) A Catalogue of the Manuscripts preserved in the Cot- 
tonian Library, deposited in the British Museum, folio, [London] 
1802. [Kk. 1. 22.] 

A Catalogue of the Harlcian Collection of Manuscripts, in the British 
Museum. 2 vols, folio, with Index. London, 1759-63. [O. 8. 11-13.] 

A Catalogue of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum ; with 
Indexes of Persons, Places, and Matters. 4 vols, folio, [London] 
1808-12. [Kk. 1. 23-26.] 

Ayscough (Samuel) A Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the British 
Museum, consisting of the Collections of Sir Hans Sloane, Bart, the 
Rev. T. Birch and others. Vol. I. 4to. London, 1782. [A. 14. 90.] 

A Catalogue of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum. 
With Indexes of Persons, Places, and Matters. 2 vols, folio, London, 
1812-19. [Kk. 1. 27,28.] 

James (Thomas) Catalogus Universalis Librorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana. 
4to. Oxonije, 1620. [S. 2. 5.] 

Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis, sive Catalogus Librorum Manu- 

scriptorum in Illustrissimis Bibliothecis Academiarum, Oxoniaa et 
Cantabrigian 4to. Londini, 1600. [S. 2. 7.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Londini, 1600. [H. 7. 13.] 

Hyde (Thomas) Catalogus I m pressor um Librorum Bibliothecae Bodlei- 
an*, folio, Oxonii, 1674. [B. 3. 27.] 

Catalogi Librorum Man user iptorum Angliee et Hiberniae, in unum 
collecti, cum Indice Alphabetico. folio, Oxoniae, 1697. [A. 4. 14.] 

Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Bibliotheca Collegii Corporis 
Christi in Cantabrigia, quos legavit M. Parker Archiepiscopus Cantu- 
ariensis. folio, Londini, 1722. [R. 2. 35.] 

■ Editio Nova, curante Jacobo Nasmith. 4to. Cantabrigia?, 

• 1777. [Q. 3. 32.] 

A Catalogue of the Printed Books in the Library of the Society of 
Antiquaries of London, [By Henry Ellis.] 4to. London, 1816. 

[Hh. 1. 9.] 

A Catalogue of the Library of the London Institution. 8vo. London, 
1813. [R. 11. 77.] 

A Catalogue of all the Books in the Parochial Library of the Town and 
Parish of Maidstone. 8vo. 1736. [P. 182. (15.)] 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Harleiartse. 5 torn. 8vo. Londini, 1743-44. 

[G. 9. 20-24.] 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Publics Lugduno-Batavae. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1640. 

[S. 2. 27.] 

Catalogus Bibliothecae Publicae Lugduno-Batavse. Accessit incompa- 
rabilis Thesaurus Librorum Orientalium, praecipue MSS. 4 to. Lug. 

Rail lfi7A. f» 1 1 71 



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LITERATURE. 



2. Comparative Treatises on Languages. — Polyglott 
Dictionaries of Languages. 

Lazii (Wolfgangi) De Gentium aliquot Migrationibus, sedibus flxis, Lin- 
guarumque Initiis et Immutationibus ac Dialectis Libri XII. folio, 
Basileae, 1557. [G. 3. 3.] 

Palma (Petri Victorii Cajetani) Paradigmata de Quatuor Linguis Orien- 
talibus praecipuis, Arabica, Armena, Syra, jEthiopica. 4to. Parisiis, 
1596. [K. 14. 22.] 

Gesneri (Conradi) Mithridates, exprimens diflferentias Linguarum, turn 
veterum, turn quae hodie per totum terrarum orbem in usu sunt. 8vo. 
Tiguri, 1610. [S. 3. 34.] 

Brerewood (Edward) Enquiries touching the diversity of Languages and 
Religions through the chiefe parts of the World. Ito. London, 1635. 

[F. 20. 11.] 

Junii (Adriani) Nomenclator Octolinguis, Omnium Rerum propria No- 
mina continens. 8vo. Geneva?, 1600. [S. .3, 5.] 

Fungerii (Joannis) Etymologicum Trilingue. 4to. Lugduni, 1004. 

[G. 6. 17.] 

Calepini (Ambrosii) Dictionarium Octolingue. 2 torn, folio, Lug. Bat. 
1624. [E. 11. 16,17.] 

Minsk eu (John) A Guide into the Tongues, with their agreement and 
consent, as also their Etymologies ; the reasons and derivations of all 
or the most part of wordes in eleven languages, folio, London, 1617. 

1 [G. 11. L] 

Another Copy, folio, London, 1626. [G. 11. 2.] 

Comenii (J. A.) Janua Aurea Linguarum. 12mo. Amsterodami, 1642. 

[A. 7. II.] 

Schindleri (Valentini) Lexicon Pentaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicmn, 
Syriacum, Talmudico-Rabbinicum, et Arabicum. folio, Hanoviae, 
1612. {K. 12. 6.] 

Castelli (Edmundi) Lexicon Heptaglotton, Hebraicum, Chaldaicum, 
Syriacum, Samaritanum, iEthiopicum, Arabicum, et Persicum. Cui 
accessit brevis et harmonica Grammatical omnium pnecedentiuui Lin- 
guarum Delineatio. 2 torn, folio, Londini, 1(>69. [C 11. 5,(>.] 

Exemplar aliud. 2 tomis in 1 vol. folio, Londini, \Cu>9. 

[c it. 7.: 

Richardson (John) A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and l.nglish. To 
which is prefixed a Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and 
Manners of the Kastern Nations. 2 vols, folio, Oxford. 1 777-80. 

[A. K\ 14,15.] 

Smith (Elizabeth) Vocabulary, Hebrew, Arabic, and Persian ; to which 
is prefixed a Praxis on the Arabic Alphabet, by the Rev. J. F. Usko. 
12mo. London, 1814. [Aa. 3. 88.] 

Huloet (Richard) A Dictionary, English, Latin, and French, folio, 
London, 1572. [G. 2. 11.] 



GRAMMARS, ETC. OF ORIENTAL LANGUAGES. 905 



3. Grammars and Dictionaries of various Languages. 

i. Grammars and Dictionaries of Oriental Languages. 

[%* Hebrew and Chaldee Grammars and Lexicons, belonging in strict- 
ness to Sacred Philology, will be found in Class I. pp. 31-35, 
supra.] 

Waltoni (Briani, postea Episcopi Cestriensis) Introductio ad Lectionem 
Linguarum Orientalium : 

Hebraicse. Syriacae. JEthiopiae. 

Chaldaicae. Arabics. Armenae. 

Samaritanee. PersicaB. Copta?. 

Consilium de earum studio foeliciter instituendo, et de Libris quos in hunc 
finem sibi comparari debent studiosi. 12mo. Londini, 1655. [M. 16. 32.] 

Ockleii (Simonis) Introductio ad Linguas Orien tales. 12rao. Canta- 
brigian, 1706. [A. 7. 3.] 

Hunt (Thorn®) De Usu Dialectorum Orientalium, ac praecipue Arabics, 
in Hebraico Codice inter pretando, Oratio. Oxonii, 1748. [P. 2. (4.)j 



(1) Grammars and Dictionaries of the Arabic Language. 

Ocklei (Simonis) Oratio inauguralis de Lingua Arabica. 4to. Canta- 
brigiae, 1705. [P. 12. (6.)] 

Hunt (Thomas) Oratio de Antiquitate, Elegantia, Utilitate Linguae Ara- 
bicae. 4to. Oxonii, 1739. [P. 15. (3.)] 

Alemami Liber Tsariphi. Compendiosa Notitia, Conjugation urn Verbi 
Arabici. Hebraice. 4to. Romas, 1610. [K. 14. 3.] 

Kirstenii (Petri) Grammatices Arabicae, Libri Tres. Accedunt Tria 
Specimina Characterum Arabicorum. folio, Breslae, 1606-1610. 

[K. 11. 9.] 

Grammatica Arabica, dicta Gjarumia, et Libellus centum Regentium. 

Cum Versione Latina et Commentariis Thomae Erpenii. 4 to. Leidae, 

1617. [K. 9. 26.] 
Erpenii (Thomae) Rudimenta Linguae Arabicae. Accedunt Proverbio- 

rum Arabicorum Centurias Duk. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1628-23. [L. 8. 2.] 
tERPENii (Thoma;) Grammatica Arabica. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1636. 
Golii (Jacobi) Lexicon Arabico-Latinum, contextum ex probatioribus 

Orientis Lexicographis. folio, Lug. Bat. 1653. [K. 13. 17.] 
Novaria (Thomae a) Thesaurus Arabico-Syro-Latinus. 8vo. Romas, 

1636. [I..15. 47.] 
Burgess (Thomas, Bishop of St. David's) The Arabick Alphabet : or an 

Easy Introduction to the Reading of Arabick. 12mo. Newcastle, 

1809. [Aa. 3. 88.] 
Burgess (Thomas) The Samaritan and Syriack Alphabets, with a Praxis 

to each. 12mo. London, 1814. [Aa. 3. 88.] 



(2) Dictionaries of the Armenian Language* 

RivoljE (Francisci) Dictionarium Armeno-Latintun. 4to. Romae, 1633. 

[K. 14. 10.] 



906 



LITERATURE. 



Schroderi (Joannis Joachimi) Thesaurus Linguae Armenicae, antiqua? et 
hodiernae, cum varia praxeos materia. 4to. Arastelodami, 1711. 

[G. 9. 26.] 



(3) Grammars and Lexicon op the Egypt* ian Language. 

Kircheri (Athanasii) Prodromus Copt us, sive ^Bgyptiacus. 4to. Roma, 
1636. [K. 14. 11.] 

Kircheri (Athanasii) Lingua ^Egyptiaca Restituta : Opus triparti turn, quo 
Linguae Coptae sive Idiomatis illius primaevi ^gyptiorum Pharaonici, 
vetustate temporum paene collapsi, ex abstrusis Arabum monumentis 
plena Instauratio continetur. 4to. Romae, 1643. [K. 14. 9.] 

•Scholtzii (Christiani) Grammatica jEgyptiaca utriusque Dialecti : quam 
breviavit et illustravit Carolus Godofridus Woide. 4to. Oxonii, 1778. 

*De la Croze (M. V.) Lexicon -&gyptiaco-Latinum, ex veteribus illius 
Linguae monumentis ; edentibus Christiano Scholtz et Car. Godofr. 
Woide. 4to. Oxonii. 1775. 



(4) Grammars and Dictionary of the Persian Language. 

Gravii (Johannis) El em en ta Linguae Persicae: Item Anonymus Persa de 
Sigh's Arabum et Persarum Astronomicis. Ho. Londini, 1649. 

[K. 9. 24.] 

Richardson (John) A Dictionary, Persian, Arabic, and English. To 
which is prefixed a Dissertation on the Languages, Literature, and 
Manners of the Arabians. 2 vols, folio, Oxford, 1777. [A. 12. 14,15.] 

*Jones (Sir William) A Grammar of the Persian Language. 4to. Works, 
VqI. II. [I. 22. 2.] 



(5) Grammar and Dictionaries of the Syriac Language. 

Mash (Andreas) Grammatica Linguae Syriacae. folio, Antverpiae, 15 7 J. 

[K. 10. 9.] 

Bokderiani (Guidonis Fabricii) Dictionarium Syro-Chaldaicum. folio, 
Antverpiae, 1573. [K. 10. 9.] 

Schaaf (Caroli) Lexicon Syriacum Concordantiale, omnes Novi Testa- 
menti Syriaci voces, et ad harum illustrationem multas alias Syriacas, 
et Linguarum Affinium Dictioncs complectens. Ho. Lug. Bat. 1709. 

[E. 14. 28.] 



ii. Grammars and Lexicons of ' the Greek Language. 

[%* Grammars and Lexicons for the New Testament, belonging to Sacred 
Philology, will be found in Class I. pp. 3j,;;i>, supra.] 

Sylloge Scriptorum de Linguae Graecae vera et recta pronuntiatione. 
Quibus accedunt Sigeberti Havercampi dissertatio de Literarum Grae- 
carura varia, in Antiquis praisertim Nummis et Marmoribus, Scriptura 

. et forma, et antiquissima quaedam Numismata Gnvca. Svo. Lug. Bat. 
1736. [D. 24. 10.] 

Sylloge Altera Scriptorum de Linguae Graecae recta pronunciatione. Qui- 
bus accedit Libellus rarissimus G. Postelli de Phccnicum Literis. Svo. 
Lug. Bat. 1740. [D. 24. 9.] 



GREEK GRAMMARS. 907 

# Caii (Joannis) De Pronunciatione Graecse et Latinae Linguae Dissertatio. 
4to. Londini, 1574. [Q. 5. 42.] 

Stephani (Henrici) Dialogus de Bene Instituendis Graecae Linguae Stu- 
diis. 8vo. 1587. [F. 23. 28.] 



(1) Greek Grammars. 

Ebrardi Graecismus, cum glosa Magistri Johannis Vincentii. 8vo. Ro- 
thomagi. [Litt. Goth.] [G. 7. 1.] 

Gazae (Theodori) Introductionis Grammaticae Libri quatuor, cum Inter- 
pretatione Latina. 4to. Basileae, 1523. [C. 1. 1.] 

•Moschopuli (Manuelis), Cretensis, Opuscula Grammatica : primum 
edidit, praefationem cum Diatribe Literaria de Moschopulis, et Animad- 
versiones suas adjecit, F. N. Fitze. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1 822. , 

Rulandi (Martini) Synonima Latino-Graeca. 12mo. Genevan, 1524. 

[E. 16. 11.] 

Bum i (Gulielmi) Commentarii Linguae Graecae. folio, Basileae, 1530. 

[C. 12. 16.] 

•Apollonii Dyscoli de Pronomine Liber, primum editus ab Immanuele 
Bekkero, Graece. 8vo. Berolini, 1813. 

Clenardi (N.) Institutiones ac Meditationes in Graecam Linguam. 4to. 
Lugduni, 1557. [H. 6. 29.] 

Clenardi (N.) Graecae Linguae Institutiones, cum Scholiis et Praxi Petri 
Antesignani. 8vo. Londini, 1612. [S. 3. 11.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Hanoviae, 1617. [I. 6. 9.] 

Dresseri (Matthaei) Gymnasmata Litteraturae Graecae. 8vo. Lipsiae, 
1574. [M. 16. 38.] 

Sylburgii (Frid.) Rudimenta Linguae Grsecae. 8vo. Francofurti, 1582. 

[S. 3. 12.] 

Devarii (Matthaei) Liber de Linguae Graecae Particulis. 12mo. Lon- 
dini, 1657. [I. 8. 7.] 
Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1657- [M. 16. 40.] 

VergarjE (Francisci) Graecae Linguae Grammatica. 12mo. Coloniae 

Agrippinae, 1588. [S. 3. 27.] 
Dinneri (Conradi) Epithetorum Graecorum Farrago. 8vo. Francofurti, 

1589. [F. 15. 15.] 

Colemanni (Petri) Opus Prosodicum Graecum. 8vo. Francofurti, 1611. 

[D. 14. 28.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Francofurti, 1611. [G. 16. 13.] 

Caninii (Angeli) Hellenismus, seu Graeca Grammatica ; copiosissimi Grae- 
carum Latinarumque vocum Indicis accessione per Carolum Hanboe- 
sium locupletatus. 12mo. Londini, 1613. [G. 8. 3.] 

Hellenismus. 12mo. Londini, 1624. [S. 3. 20.] 

Scot (Alexandri) Universa Grammatica Graeca. 8vo. Coloniae, 1613. 

[I. 8. 28.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Lugduni, 1614. [S. 2. 18.] 

— - Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Lugduni, 1614. [Ii. 6. 42.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Lugduni, 1614. [Ii. 6. 43.] 

* Laubegeois (Antonii) Graecae Linguae Breviarium. 8vo. Duaci, 1626. 

[S. 3. 3.] 



908 LITERATURE. 

Rhenii (Johannis) Graeca Grammatica Major ; continens Doctrinam Ac- 
centuum, Dialectorum, Syntaxeos, et Prosodiae. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1626. 

[A. 19. 143.> 

Lubini (Eilhardi) Clavis Linguae Graeca;. 12 mo. Londini, 1629. 

[K. 8. 9.] 

Vigeki (Francisci) De Praecipuis Graecae Dictionis Idiotisrais Libellus. 
8vo. Cantabrigiae, 1647. [S. 3. 40.] 

Vigeri (Francisci) De Preecipuis Graecae Dictionis Idiotismis Libellus. 
Illustravit, perpetuis animadversionibus, et quamplurimis Idiotismis 
auxit, Henricus Hoogeveen. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1742. [A. 17. 109.] 

Varenni (Joannis) Syntaxis Lingua? Graecae. 12mo. Parisiis, 1648. 

[G. 16. 7.] 

OpdoTovia. seu Tractatus de Tonis in Lingua Groecanica. 24mo. Lon- 
dini, 1650. [B. 8. 11.] 

Ceporini (Jacobi) Compendium Gram mat icae Graeca?. 12mo. Coloniae, 
1653. [G. 16. 10.] 

Busbeii (Ricardi) Graeca? Grammatices Rudimenta, in usum Scholar West- 
monasteriensis. 8vo. Londini, 1671. [S. 3. 41.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1683. [L. 7. 48.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1702. [B. 6. 29.] 

— — Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1743. [Ff. 7. 46.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1813. [Ii. 6. 47.] 

■ ■ Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1814. [Ii. 6. 48.] 

Posselii (Johannis) Syntaxis Graeca Utilissimis Exemplis illustrata. 
12mo. Witebergae, 1694. [G. 8. 47.] 

Leedes (Edwardi) Methodus Graecam Linguam docendi. 18mo. Canta- 
brigiae, 1699. [E. 8. 8.] 

Leedes (Edvardi) De ancipitum Graecorum Vocalium in prior ibus Sylla- 
bis Mensura. 12mo. Cantabrigiae, 1701. [E. 8. 20.] 

Wollii (Christophori) Collectio de Verbis Graecorum Mediis Disserta- 
tionum a Ludolpho Kustero et aliis. 12mo. Lipsiae, 1733. [G. 21.21.] 

Kusterus (Lud.) De Vero Usu Verborum Mediorum eorumque Diffe- 
rentia a Verbis Activis et Passivis. Curd Edwardi Leedes. 12mo. 
Londini, 1750. [Ff. 8. 30.] 

— Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1806. [Ff. 7. 45.] 

Lingua Gra?cae Institutiones. 8vo. Edinburgh, 1738. [R. 12. G4.] 

A Practical Grammar of the Greek Tongue ; wherein all the Rules are 
expressed in English, in the Metbod of Text and Notes, and thrown 
into the most agreeable View for the Benefit of Learners. [By John 
Milner.] 8vo. London, 1740. [Ii. 6. 37.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1740. [F. 25. 25.] 

Bos (Lamberti) Ellipses Graecae, sive de vocibus, qua" in Sermone Gra co 
•upprimuntur. Cum Observationibus Christian! Schoettgenii et Jo. 
Frider. Leisneri. 8vo. Lipsiae, 1742. [R. 20. 33.] 



GREEK GRAMMARS. 



909 



Medulla Linguae Graecse ; qua Primitiva hujus Linguae Vocabula in breves 
Sententias distributee sunt, Greece et Latine. 8vo. Londini, 1745. 

[Ii. 6. 24.] 

Nouvelle Methode pour apprendre facilement la Langue Grecque. Par 
M. M. de Port Royal. 8vo. 1754. [Ii. 6. 33.] 

A Method of Learning Greek. Translated from the French of the MM. 
of Port Roval, by Thomas Nugent. 2 vols. London, 1746. 

[D. 22. 19,20.] 

A Method of Learning Greek, &c. 8vo. London, 1750. [Ii. 6. 34.] 

A Method of Learning Greek, &c. 8vo. London, 1808. [Ii. 6. 36.] 

The Primitives of the Greek Tongue, containing a Complete Collection 
of all the Roots or Primitive Words, together with the most consider- 
able Derivatives of the Greek Language. Translated from the French 
of Messieurs De Port Royal. By Thomas Nugent. 8vo. London, 1748. 

[D. 22. 21.] 

Primitives of the Greek Tongue. 8vo. London, 1773. pi. 6. 35.] 

Holmes (John) Greek Grammar. 8vo. London, 1752. [Ff. 7. 63.] 

Hoogeveen (Henrici) Doctrinae Particularum Linguae Graecae. 2 tomis, 
4to. Lug. Bat. 1769. [D. 3. 32,33.] 

In8titutio Graecae Grammatices. 12 mo. [G. 16. 41.] 
Institutio Graecse Grammatices Compendiaria, in usum Regiae Scholae 
Westmonasteriensis. 12mo. Londini, 1769. [Ff. 8. 106.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1774. [Ff. 8. 32.] 

« Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1790. [Ff. 8. 31.] 

Exemplaria duo. 12mo. Londini, 1800. Tf. 8. 33,34.] 

Exemplar aliud, (imperfect). [Ff. 7. 60.] 

Grmcm Grammatices Rudimenta. 12mo. Etonae, 1795. [Ff. 7. 65.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Eton*, 1802. [Ff. 7. 64.1 

Exemplar aliud. 12roo. Etonae, 1812. [Ee. 4. 67.] 

Seale (J. B.) An Analysis of the Greek Metres for the Use of Students 
at the Universities. 8vo. Cambridge, 17S4. [Hh. 2. 38.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1789. [D. 22. 15.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. Cambridge, 1798. [Ii. 6. 30.] 

Huntingford (G. J.) An Introduction to the Writing of Greek for the 

Use of Winchester College. 8vo. Oxford, 1 786. [Ii. 6. 38.] 
On the Prosodies of the Greek and Latin Languages. [By Samuel Hoes- 
ley, Bishop of St. Asaph.] 8vo. London, 1796. [I. 23. 19.] 

Moor (Jacobi) Elementa Linguae Graecae. 8vo. Edinburgh 1803. 

V * [Ii. 6. 41.] 

Cattierii (Philippi) Gazophylacium Graecorum ; seu Methodus Admi- 

rabilis ad insignem brevi comparandam Verborum Copiam. 4to. Can- 

tabrigise, 1810. [Ff. 3. 41.] 
Exemplar aliud. [Ff. 3. 40.] 

Matthle (Augustus) A Copious Greek Grammar; translated from the 
German by E. V. Blomfield. 2 vols. 8vo. Cambridge, 1818. 

[Ii. 6. 39,40.] 



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(2) Greek Lexicons. 

Julii Pollucis Onomasticon, Greece et La tine ; studio et opera Wol 
gangiSeberi. 4to. Francofurti, 1608. [C. 10. 21.] 

Julii Pollucis Onomasticon, Graece et La tine, cum Notis Variorui 
Cura J. H. Lederlini et Tiberii Hemsterhusii. 2 torn is folio, Amstel 
dami, 1726. [E. 10. 12,13.] 

Hesychii Lexicon, Graece. folio, Hagcnoae, 1521. [D. 13. 4.] 

Hesychii Lexicon, cum variis Doctorum Virorum Notis, accurante Co 
, nelio Schrevelio. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1668. [G. 6. 27.] 

Suidjb Lexicon, Greece et Latine. Opera et studio iEmilii Por 
2 torn, folio, Coloniae, 1619. [C. 12. 13,14.] 

Suidae Lexicon, Graece et Latine. Textum Graecum, cum Manuscript 
collatura, notis perpetuis illustravit, Versionem Latinam correxit, Inc 
cesque auctorum et rerum adjecit, Ludovicus Kusterus. 3 torn is foli 
Cantabrigiae, 1705. [A. 2. 3-5.] 

Varini Phavorini Lexicon Graecum. [Editio Princeps.] folio, Romj 
1523. [C. 12. 15.] 

*Obioni8 Thebani Etymologicon ex Museo Frid. Aug. Wolfii primu 
edidit, Annotationes P. H. Larcheri, F. A. Wolfii nonnullas, et su; 
adjecit, F. G. Sturzius. Accedunt P. H. Larcheri Observations 
Etymologicum Magnum et Amedaei Peyroni Commentatio in Theodoj 
Alexandrini Tractatum de Prosodia. G r*L'ce. 4to. Lipsiae, 1820. 

# ZoNAit£ Lexicon ex tribus Codicibus Manuscriptis priraum edidit, • 
Observationibus illustravit J. A. H. Tittmann. Gra?ce. 3 tomis 4t 
Lipsiae, 1808. 

•Photii Lexicon, e duobus Apographis edidit G. liermannus. 4to. L 
siae, 1808. 

•Photii Patriarchae Lexicon, [Graece,] e Codice Galeano descripsit Ri< 
dus Por son us. 2 tomis 8vo. Londini, 1822. 

*Schleusneri (F.) Curae Novissimae, sive Appendix Notarum et Erne; 
tionum in Photii Lexicon. 4to. Lipsiae, 1811. 

Gesneri (Conradi) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum. folio, Basileae, 154:5. 

Stephani (Henrici) Thesaurus Gracca; Lingua:. 4 tomis folio, Pa 
1572. [C. 12. 1-4.] 

' Exemplar aliud. 4 tomis folio, Parisiis, 1 572. [G. 4. 19 

•Scott (Danielis) Appendix ad Thesaurum Graces Lingua* H. St< 
et ad Lexica Constantini et Scapulae. 2 tomis folio, Londini, 1 

Scapula (Joannis) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum Novum. Acccssit J 
Etymologicum, autore Johanne Harmaro. folio, Londini, 104 

Scapulae (Joannis) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum, i probatis aucto 
locupletatum, cum indicibus, et Graeco et Latino, auctis et c 
folio, Lugduni, 1663. [N. 3. 18.] 

Scapulae (Joannis) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum. :2 tomis lio. ( 
1816. [Ff. 2. 31,32.] 

Appendix ad Lexicon Graeco-Latinum a Joanne Scapula const i 
ad alia Lexica Graeca, e codice Manusciipto olim Askevia 
Londini, 1789. [Ff. 3. 37 ] 



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911 



Constantini (Roberti) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum. 2 tomis folio, Argen- 
torati, 1561. [C. 12. 9,10.] 

Etymolooicum Magnum Graecura. Cura Friderici Sylburgii. folio, 
Heidelbergae, 1594. [C. 12. 15.] 

Thesaurus Utriusque Linguae, hoc est, Philoxeni aliorumque veterum 
Authorum Glossaria Latino-Graeca et Graeco-Latina, et Isidori Glossae 
Latinae, cura Bonaventurae Vulcanii. folio, Lugd. Bat. 1600. 

[C. 12. 23.] 

Zuingerii (Jacobi) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum. folio, Lug. Bat. 1652. 

[G. 5. 2$.] 

Schrevelii (Cornelii) Lexicon Manuale Graeco-Latinum et Latino-Grae* 
cum, Studio atque Opera Josephi Hill. 8vo. Londini, 1653. 

[G. 7. 26.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1668. [H. 7. 6. J 

■ — Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1725. [Ii. 6. 32.] 

Palairet (Eliae) Specimen Thesauri Critici Lingua? Greecae. Londini, 
1754. [P. 2. (5.)] 

tHsDERici (Benjamini) Lexicon Graeco-Latinum, cura Gul. Young. 
4to. Londini, 1755. 

Hederici (Benjamini) Lexicon Grecum Manuale ; cura Jo. Aug. Ernes ti 
et Thomae Morel L 4 to. Londini, 1790. [K. 24. 15.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. [Ff. 3. 38.] 

Morell (Thomae) Thesaurus Graecae Poesees ; sive Lexicon Graeco- 
Prosodiacum. 4to. Etonae, 1762. [O. 5. 40.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Venetiis, 1767. [Ff. 3. 36.] 

Morell (Thomae) Lexicon Graeco Prosodiacum, cura Edwardi Maltby. 
4to. Cantabrigiae, 1815. [Ff. 2. 33.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4to. Cantabrigiae, 1815. [Gg. 1. 23.] 

Hoooeveen (Henrici) Dictionarium Analogicum Linguae Graecae. 4to. 
Cantabrigiae, 1810. [Ff. 3. 40.] 

# Donnegan (James) A New Greek and English Lexicon, principally on 
the Plan of the Greek and German Lexicon of Schneider : the words 
alphabetically arranged ; distinguishing such as are poetical, of dialec- 
tic variety, or peculiar to certain writers and classes of writers ; with 
examples, selected from the Classical Writers. 8vo. London, 1826. 

Meu&sii (Joannis) Glossarium Graeco-Barbarum. 4to. Lug. Bat. 1614. 

. [G. 6. 34.] 

Cyrilli, Philoxeni, aliorumque Veterum, Glossaria Latino-Graeca, a Carolo 
Labbjeo collecta. folio, Parisiis, 1679. [Ff. 3. 39.] 

Du Cakge (Caroli Dufresne, Domini) Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae 
et Infimae Grascitatis, e Libris editis et ineditis, veteribusque monumen- 
tis. 3 torn, folio, Francofurti, 1681. [E. 13. 6-8.] 

Exemplar aliud. % vols, folio, Lug. Bat. 1688. [E. 13. 4,5.] 



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iii. Grammars and Dictionaries of the Latin Language. 

(1) General Treatises on the Latin Language. 

i. Antient Writers. 

Auctores Latin* Linguae in unum redacti Corpus, cum Notis Dionysii 
Gothofredi ad Varronem, Festum, et Nonium. Accedunt Isidori Ori- 
ginum sive Etymologiarum Libri XX. 4 to. 1585. [I. 6. 8.] 

Marci Terentii Varronis Opera quae supersunt : cum Notis Jose phi Sea- 
ligeri et aliorum. 8vo. apud Henricum Stephanum, 1581. [R. 7. 38.] 

Ad M. Terentii Varronis Assertiones Analogies Linguae Latinae Appendix 
Henrici Stephani ; item Jul. Caesar is Scaligeri de eadem Disputatio. 
8vo. apud Henricum Stephanum, 1591. [M. 18. 39.] 

M. T. Varronis Opera omnia cum notis Scaligeri et aliorum. 18 mo. 
Durdrechti, 1610. [D. 19. 37.] 

M. Verrii Flacci quae extant ; et Sexti Pomponii Festi de Verborum 
Significatione Libri XX. 8vo. Parisiis, 1584. [S. 2. 30.] 



ii. Modern Writers. 

Middleton (Conyers) De Latinarum Literarum Pronunciatione Disser- 
tatio. 4to. Works, Vol. II. [G. 9. 13.] 

Erasmi (Desiderii) De Duplici Copia Verborum et Rerum Commentarii 
duo. 8vo. Londini, 1556. [M. 7. 40.] 

Exemplar aliud. 24mo. Amstelodami, 1655. [D. 17. 53.] 

Dathii (Augustini) et aliorum de Elegantia Lingua? Latinae, cum com- 
mentario Jodoci Badii Ascensii. 4to. Basileae, 1520. [S. 2. 20.] 

Valine vel Vallensis (Laurentii) Libri Elegantiarum sex, cum Lima 
Mananelli et Epitomis Ascensianis. 4to. Coloniae, 1522. [S. 1. 12.] 

' In Latinae Linguae Elegantias Libri sex. 12mo. Antverpia?, 

1626. [G. 16. 23.] 

Scaligeri (Julii Caesaris) De Causis Linguae Latina?. 8vo. Heidelbergae, 
1609. [S. 2. 28.] 

Sanctii (Francisci) Minerva: sive de Causis Latina* Linguae Commenta- 
rius. Cui accedunt Notae Gasperis Scioppii et Jacobi Perizonii. 
8vo. Franequerae, 1693. [F. 18. 38.] 

De Elegantiori Latinitate comparanda Scriptores Selecti : Antonius Schorus, 
Hadrianus Cardinalis, Gaspar Scioppius, Obertus Gifanius, Franciscus 
Vavassor, Godescalcus Stevvechius, Horatius Tursellinus. Accesse- 
runt Index in hos Scriptores Universalis, opera et studio Richardi 
Ketelii, et Praefatio utilissima de Ratione imitandi Optimos Linguie 
Latinae Scriptores. 4to. Amstelaedami, 1713. [K. 7. 5.] 

Labbe (Philippi) Eruditae Pronunciationis Catholici Indices. 12mo. 
Londini, 1771. [Ii. 4. 27.] 

Labbe (Philippi) Catholici Indices. 12mo. Londini, 1812. [Ii. 4. 26.] 



LATIN GRAMMARS. 



913 



(2) Latin Grammars. 

Whitixtoni (Roberti) Tractatus Grammatici, viz. De Octo Partibus 
Orationis, — Graramatices Libri primus et quintus, et Syntaxis. 4to. 
Londini apud Wynkyn de Worde, m.tt.rrbt). [S. 2. 20.] 

Despauterii (Joannis) Opera Gramraatica. 4to. Parisiis, 1534. 

[K. 15. 7.] 

— Universa Graramatica. 8vo. 1602. [I. 8. 25.] 

Linacri (Thomae) De Emendata Structura Latini Sermonis. 8vo. Lug- 
duni, 1559. [S. 3. 3.] 

Lilly (Wra.) A Short Introduction to Latin Grammar, revised by John 
Ward. 12mo. Leeds. [Ff. 8. 24.] 

— Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1794. [Ff. 8. 25.] 

Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1817. [Ff. 8. 26.] 

Claii (Joannis) Prosodiae Libri tres. 12mo. Witebergac, 1806. 

[K. 8. 14.] 

Stockwoodi (Joannis) Disputationum Grammaticalium Libellus. 12mo. 
Londini, 1619. [H. 8. 39.] 

Scot (Alexandri) Apparatus Latin® Locutionis. 4to. Parisiis, 1622. 

[I. 6. 4.] 

Bbcmani (Christiani) Manuductio ad Linguam Latinam necnon de Ori- 
ginibus Latinae Linguae. 8vo. Hanoviae, 1629. [S. 2. 19.] 

Tractatus Grammatici ; viz. 

Jo. Sulpitii Verulani, de Declinatione Nominum Orthoclitorum, 
Patronymicorum, et Heteroclitorum ; Ejusdem Sulpitii, et Jodoci 
Badii Ascensii de Regimine Dictionum. 

■ de componendis et ornandis Epistolis ; Ejusdem, et 

Jodoci Badii Ascensii de Carminibus. 

■ de Syllabis et Syllabarum quanlitate. 

Donati et Antonii Mancinelli Veliterni de Figuris opuscula. 

Jodoci Badii Ascensii de Latinarum Dictionum recta Scriptura et de 
Orthographia. 

Jo. Sulpitii Vocabulorum Inter pre tatio. 

Stanbrigii (Joannis) Embryon Relimatum, seu Vocabularium Me- 
tricura. 4to. Londini, 1630. [S. 2. 20.] 
Stanbrigii Vocabularium Metricum. 4to. London, 1630. [M. 19. 33.] 

Vossii (Gerardi Joannis) Latina Gfammatica, ex decreto Hollandiae et 
West-Frisiae Ordinum, in usum Scholarum adornata. 12mo. Amstelo- 
dami, 1635. [K. 18. 50.] 

— — (Gerardi Joannis) De Vitiis Sermonis et Glossematis Latino-Bar* 
baris. 4to. Amstelodami, 1645. [C. 6. 18.] 

Vossius in Supplementum Vulgaris Grammatices contractus, ab Edw. 

Leedes. 12 mo. Londini, 1665. [G. 16. 14.] 
Clarke (I.) Dux Grammaticus, Tyronem Scholasticum ad rectam Or- 

thographiam, Syntaxin et Prosodiam dirigens. 12 mo. Londini, 1639. 

[K. 8. 46.] 

Perrotti (Nicolai) Cornucopiee, sive Commentarius Lingua? Latinee. 
folio. [G. 2. 9.] 

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\itt-tf¥ Ifyttottttm, A ('t*t<tti,*f <A*t.<. \.\\.t. z : L.iZi 



lUiitlh* iS I A lUff/'fml (ifmimmr, with r.-a-.y K-k- Er. :o 

I/aim, Mmw I ###ft#f#fii 9 ivai. K. 14. 1 

IIhImm hln\itn A iM»w OriurifriAf of iIm? Latin Tou+ur. with a Kt> :;> 
HHMlHi «VM V Vf*l«. l#f»mloii v 17.1^ M. (I'T. 7. 'i'Vi?^ 

Alllilli*'t ^ • ## l , y» •'"'flMii'il nnd riil.ir f;rd l»v I . d ward IJarwocwl, 
liflii NVfh lilMllllMI, I7NH. [li. II, l l | 

WlfilitMHfff (Willi) KlIHlUll I'MlfflM rxnnplifu (I m S t ntencos designed 

All hm MftiMlMti. Ivo, London, 17d I, [K. m i.J 

^Mfginco of the Latin Tuii^uo. li?ino. 



LATIN DICTIONARIES. 



915 



A Short Introduction to Grammar for the Use of the Lower Forms in 
the King's School at Westminster. 8vo. London, 1792. [li. 6. 45.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1810. [Ff. 7. 62.] 

An Introduction to the Latin Tongue for the use of Youth. 12mo. 
Eton, 1802. [li. 6. 46.] 

Ellis (Wm.) A Collection of English Exercises to be translated into 

Latin. 12mo. London, 1807. [Ff. 8. 68.] 
Turner (Wm.) Exercises to the Latin Accidence and Grammar. 12 mo. 

London, 1815. [Ff. 8. 28.] 
Monro ( ) Nova et Artificiosa Methodus docendi Linguam Latinam. 

4to. Londini, 1687. [N. 8. 14.] 



(3) Latin Dictionaries. 

Calrpini (Ambrosii) Dictionarium Latinum. folio, Bergami, 1519. 

[E. 9. 30.] 

Strphani (Roberti) Thesaurus Linguae Latins, folio, 3 tomis, Parisiis, 
1542. [E. 11. 18,19,20.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. 4 torn, folio, Londini, 1734-35. [N. 4.22-25.] 

Le Grand Dictionnaire Francois et Latin. 4to. 1556. [C. 1. 4.] 

Cooper (Thomas) Thesaurus Linguae Romana? Britannicse. folio, Lon- 
dini, 1565. [F. 13. 11.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Londini, 1578. [Ff. 2. 34.] 

s Exemplar aliud. folio, Londini, 1584. [N. 1. 34.] 

Nizolii (Marii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus. folio, Basileae, 1576. [F. 10. 22.] 

Nisolii (Marii) Lexicon Ciceronianum. Accedunt Phrases et Formulas 
Linguae Latina? ex Commentariis Stephani Doleti. folio, Patavii, 
1734. [Ff. 2. 37.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Basileae, 1613. [Ff. 2. 38.] 

Vbnuti (Fillipo) Dittionario Volgare et Latino. 8vo. Venetia, 1587. 

[G. 7. 16.] 

Dasypodii (Petri) Dictionarium Latino-Germanicum et Germanico-La- 

tinum. 8vo. Argentorati, 1587. [G. 7. 29.] 
Rdlandi (Martini) Dictionarium Latino- Graecum. 2 tomis 8 vo. Augusta? 

Vindelicorum, 1607. [K. 15. 43,44.] 
Sacra Quercu (Francisci de) Dictionarium Etymologicum. 4to. Oxo- 

niae, 1612. [G. 6. 26.] 
Parei (Johannis Philippi) Galligraphta Homana : sive Thesaurus Linguae 

Latinae. 8vo. Neapoli Nemetum, 1616. [K. 17. 16.] 

Schori (Antonii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus Lingua? Latinae. 8vo. Argen- 
* torati, 1618. [S. 2. 21.] 

Draxi (Thomae) Bibliotheca Scholastica. Svo. [S. 3. 10.] 
Laurbnberoii (Jani Gulielmi) Antiquarius. In quo, praeter antiqua 
et obioleta verba ac voces minus usitatas, dicendi formula? inso- 
lentes et plurimi Ritus Populis Romanis ac Graecis peculiares, exponun- 
tair et enodantur. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1622. [C. 10. 22.] 
y t If artmu (If atthia?) Lexicon Pbilologicuro, praecipue Etymologicum ; in 
L v mo Latina; et & Latinis auctoribus usurpata?, turn puree turn barbara?, 



916 LITERATURE. 

voces ex originibus declarantur, et comparatione linguarum illustran- 
tur. folio, Bremae, 1633. [K. 1*. 24.J 

Martinii (Matthiae) Lexicon Philologicum. folio, Francofurti, 1655. 

[G. 13. 20.] 

Portii (Simonis) Dictionarium Latinum, Graeco-Barbarum et Litterale. 
4to. Lutetiae, 1635. [F. 14. 14.] 

Comenii (J. A.) Janua Aurea Reserata. 18 mo. Genevan, 1650. 

[E. 17. 18.] 

Antonii JElu Nebrissensis Dictionarium Latinum. folio, Lugduni, 
1655. [G. 4. 25.] 

Spelmanni (Henrici) Glossarium Archaeologicum. folio, Londini, 1664. 

[C. 13. 10.] 

Yossn (Gerardi Johannis) Etymologicon Linguae Latinae. folio, 

Lugduni, 1664. [G. 4. 15.] 
Gouldman (Francis) A copious Dictionary, English and Latin. 4to. 

Cambridge, 1669. [C. 6. 4.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1674. [E. 14. 26.] 

Walker (Wm.) A Dictionarie of English and Latine Idioms. 8vo, 

London, 1670. [D. 14. 40.] 

Littleton (Adam) A Dictionary, Latin and English. 4to. London, 
1678. [C. 6. 5.] 

Pomey (Francois) Dictionnaire Royal, Francois et Latin. 4to. Lyon, 
1687. [N. 6. 4.] 

Fabri (Basilii) Thesaurus Eruditionis Scholastics?. folioj.Lipsiae, 1718. 

[A. 4. 15.] 

Ainsworth (Robert) English and Latin Dictionary ; with corrections and 
additions by Thos. Morell, LL.D. 4to. 2 vols. London, 1805. 

[Gg. 2. 24,25.] 
Another Copy. 4to. London, 1761. [Ff. 2. 40.] 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1761. [R. 16. 35.] 

Facciolati (Jacobi) et Forcellini (^Egidii) Totius Latinitatis Lexicon. 

folio, 4 torais in 2 vols. Patavii, 1805. [Ff. 2. 35,36.] 
Do Canoe (Caroli Dufresne Domini) Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae et 

Infimae Latinitatis. folio, 6 vols. Parisiis, 1733-36. [O. 4. 6-11.] 



iv. Dictionaries of the Northern, Teutonic, and Afiglo- 
Saxon Languages. 

Hickesii (Georgii) Antiquae Literaturac Septentrionalis Thesaurus, 
Grammatico-Criticus et Archaeologicus. 2 tomis, folio, Oxoniae, 
1725. [E. 12. 4,5.] 

Pictorii (Josuae) Dictionarium Germanico-Latinum ; hoc est, Lingua? 
Teutonics Superioris praesertim Thesaurus. 4to. Tiguri, 1561. 

[G. 6. 16.j 

Somneri (Gulielmi) Dictionarium Saxonico-Latino-Anglicuni. Accessit 
jElfrici Abbatis Grammatica Latina-Saxonica, nun Glossavio suo. 
folio, Oxonii, 1659. [C. 13. 13.] 
Ltk (Edfaxdi) Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latinum. Edidit Owen 
i % tomis, folio, Londini, 1772. [A. 12. 29,30.] 



ENGLISH GRAMMARS AND DICTIONARIES. 917 



v. Grammars and Dictionaries of the English Language. 

(1) English Grammars and other Treatises on 
the English Language. 

A Short Introduction of Grammar, generally to be used. 1 2 mo. Ox- 
ford, 1659. [C. 16. 7.] 

Wallisii (Joannis) Grammatica Linguae Anglicanae. 8vo. Londini, 
1765. [O. 6. 53.] 

Lane (A.) A Key to the Art of Letters ; or English a learned language 
full of art, elegancy, and variety. 8vo. London, 1700. [M. 18. 42.] 

Swift (Jonathan) A Proposal for correcting, improving, and ascertaining 
the English Tongue, in a Letter to the Earl of Oxford. 8vo. London, 
1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

•Reflections on Dr. Swift's Letter to the Earl of Oxford about the English 
Tongue. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

Lowe (Solomon) English Grammar reformed into a small compass and 
easy method ; for the readier Learning of the English tongue and an 
Introduction to other Languages. 8vo. 1787. [P. 128. (10.)] 

Greenwood (James) Essay towards a practical English Grammar, de- * 
scribing the genius and nature of the English Tongue. 12mo. London, 
1740. [A. 19. 133.] 

Free (John) An Essay towards a History of the English Tongue. Part I. 
London, 1740. [P. 250. (5.)] 

Ward (William) An Essay on Grammar, as it may be applied to the 
English Language. 4 to. London, 1765. [L. 25. 14.] 

Two Grammatical Essays ; on a Barbarism in the English Language, 
and on the Usefulness of Grammatical Knowledge, in order to a right 
Interpretation of the Scriptures. 8vo. London, 1768. [P. 250. (4.)] 

Lowth (Robert, Bp. of London) A Short Introduction to English Gram- 

mar, with Critical Notes. 12mo. London, 1789. [Dd. 4. 98.] 
Another Copy. 12rao. London, 1774. [Ff. 8. 20.] 

Tooke (John Home) Diversions of Purley. 2 vols. 4to. London, 1798- 

1805. [Ff. 2. 41,42.] 
Po8TLethwaite (Richard) The Grammatical Art improved ; in which the 

errors of Grammarians and Lexicographers are improved. 12mo. 

London, 1795. [Dd. 4. 104.] 
Murray (Lindley) English Grammar, adapted to the different Classes 

of Learners. 12 mo. York, 1795. [Dd. 4. 99.] 
Smart (B. H.) A Practical Grammar of English Pronunciation. 8vo. 

London, 1810. [li. 4. 35.] 



(2) Dictionaries of the English Language. 

Skinner (Stephani) Etymologicon linguae Anglicanae. folio, Londini, 
1671. [C 13. 23.] 

Junii (Francisci) Etymologicon Anglicanum. Prsemittuntur Vita 
Auctoria et Grammatica Anglo-Saxonica. folio, Oxonii, 1743. 

[E. 2. 24.] 



918 LITERATURE. 

Lemon (G. W.) English Etymology ; or a Derivative Dictionary of the 
English Language. 4to. London, 1783. [A. 13. 33.] 

Glossographia : or a Dictionary interpreting Hard Words. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1670. [A. 7. 2.] 

Bailey (N/) A Dictionary of the English Language. 2 vols. 8vo. Lon- 
don, 1727. [R. 12. 1,2.] 

Dyche (Thomas) An English Dictionary. 8vo. London, 1740. 

[F. 25. 3.] 

Johnson (Samuel) A Dictionary of the English Language, in which the 
words are deduced from their Originals, explained, in their different 
meanings, and authorized by the. names of the Writers, in whose 
Works they are found. 2 vols, folio, London, 1755. [R. 1. 2,3.] 

Boucher (John) A Supplement to Dr. Johnson's Dictionary of the Eng- 
lish Language, or a Glossary of Obsolete and Provincial Words. 4to. 
London, 1807. [Ff. 3. 63.] 

•Johnson (Samuel) A Dictionary of the English Language, corrected and 
enlarged by the Rev. H. J. Todd. 4 vols. 4to. London, 1818. 

Johnson (Samuel) Dictionary of the English Language, abridged by him- 
self. 2 vols, in 1. 8vo. London, 1760. [R. 17. 43.] 

Another Copy. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 1773. [Ii. 4. 37,38.] 

Fenning (Daniel) An English Dictionary. 8vo. London, 1761. ^ 

Ashb (John) A New and Complete Dictionary of the English Language. 

8vo. 2 vols in 1, London, 1775. [Ii. 4. 36.] 
Walker (John) A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Exposition of 

the English Language. 4to. London, 1797. [Gg. 2. 26.] 

Jones (Stephen) Sheridan Improved : A General Pronouncing Diction- 
ary of the English Language. 8vo. London, 1 798. [Ii. 4. 40.] 

Sheridan (Thomas) A Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language, 
corrected iby Nicholas Salmon. 12mo. London, 1800. [Ff. 8. 42.] 

Perry (William) A Synonymous, Etymological, and Pronouncing Eng- 
lish Dictionary, royal 8vo. London, 1895. [Ii. 4. 39.] 

Entick (Wm.) A Spelling Dictionary, revised by John Robinson. 12mo. 

London, 1806. [Ff. 8. 41.] 
Walker (William) A New Dictionary of English Particles, with a Tract 

of the English Idiomes. 8vo. London, 1668. [K. 8. 1.] 

Piozzi (Hester Lynch) British Synonymy, or an Atiempt at regulating 

the Choice of Words in Familiar Conversation. 2 vols. 8vo. London, 
1794. [I. 23. 17,18.] 

•Crabb (George) English Synonymes explained. 4to. London, 1826. 



vi. Grammars and Dictionaries of the Welsh and Gaelic 

RhjEsi (Davidis) ^^^opiy^f^g^^mx^^^^ Lingua? Institutions 
et Rudimenta. folio, hmB ^SMM^^ J^* 1,1 6 *1 

Llewelyn (Thomas) .P* ' 'Remarks on the British 

Tongue and its Coni js, founded on its State 

in the Welsh Bible. 150. (1 .)] 



WELSH AND GAELIC GRAMMARS, ETC. 919 



Antique Lingua Britannicae, vulgo dicta* Cambro-Britannicae, a suis Cyra- 
raecae vel Cambricae, ab aliis Wallicae, et Linguae Latinae Dictionarium 
duplex, folio, Londini, 1632. [E. 9. 16.] 

Jones (Thomas) The British Language in its Lustre ; or a copious Dic- 
tionary, Welsh and English. 8vo. London, 1683. [R. 20. 60.] 

Roderick (John) Williams (John) and Evans (Lewis) An English and 
Welsh Dictionary. 8vo. Shrewsbury, 1737. [R. 20. 59 ] 

Richards (Thomas) Antiquac Britannicae Linguae Thesaurus : a British 
or Welsh-English Dictionary : to which is prefixed a Compendious 
Welsh Grammar. 8vo. Bristol, 1753. [R. 18. 30.] .* 

Stewart (Alexander) Elements of Gaelic Grammar. 8vo. Edinburgh, 
1801. [Ii. 4. 42 ] 



vii. Grammars and Dictionaries of the French Language. 

(1) Grammars op the French Language. 

Giffard (James) The French Schoole-master. 12mo. London, 1660. 

[H. 8. 7.] 

M auger (Claudius) A French Grammar. 8vo. London, 1667. 

[D. 15. 7.] 

A French Grammar : teaching the Knowledge of that Language, how to 
read and write it perfectly without any other precedent study than to 
have learnt to read only. Published by the Academy for the Refor- 
mation of the French Tongue. 12mo. London, 1674. [G. 16. 17.] 

Fbstiau (Paul) A French Grammar. 8vo. London, 1679. [D. 14. 35.] 

Ozendb (J. B.) De TOrtographie et de la Pro n on ci at ion de la Langue 

Francoise. 8vo. Londres, 1725. [P. 132. (1.)] 
Arnoux (Claudius) The Art of teaching French without the Help of any 

Grammar. 12mo. London, 1732. [P. 352. (1.)] 

Tandon (J. E.) A new French Grammar. 8vo. London, 1735. 

[R. 10. 7.] 

Boyer (Abel) A Companion French and English : a Collection of Say- 
ings, Repartees, &c. 12mo. London, 1741. [R. 20.>4.] 

Fauchon (James) The French Tongue made easy to Learners. 8vo. 
Cambridge, 1751. [R. 11. 4.] 

Palairet (John) A New French Grammar. 12mo. London, 1769. 

' [Ff. 8. 99.} 

Girard (Gabriel) Synonymes Francois. 2 tomes 12mo. Haye, 1770. 

[C. 18. 39,40.] 

Waillt (M. de) Principes Generaux et Particuliers de la Langue Fran- 
pise. 12mo. Paris, 1786, [Dd. 4. 101.] 
Chambaod (Lewis) A Grammar of the French Tongue. 8vo. London, 
1790. [Ii. 4. 43,] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1805. [li. 4. 46.] 

Chambaud (Lewis) Exercises to the Rules and Construction of French 
Ipeech. Svo. London, 1806. [li. 4, 47*] 

Batte (R.) A French Grammar* 8vo. Cambridge, 1784. 

[Ii. 4. 19.] 

Another Copy. 8ro, Cambridge, 1784. [Ii. 4. 19.] 



m LITERATURE. 



Goussel (J. B.) Element de la Langue Francaise. 8vo. Cambridge, 
1798. [li. 4. 41.] 

Perrin (John) Exercises with the Rules of the French Syntax. 12mo. 
London, 1801. [Ff. 8. 39.] 

Elements of French Conversation. 12mo. London, 1805. 

[Ff. 7. 99.] 

Wanostrocht (N.) A Grammar of the French Language, with Practi- 
cal Exercises. 12 mo. London, 1804. [Ff. 7. 70.] 
Another Copy. 12mo. London, 1804. [Ff. 7. 71.] 



(2) Dictionaries of the French Language. 

Nicot (Jean) Le Thresor de la Langue Francoyse, tant ancienne que 

moderne. folio, Paris, 1606. [G. 4. 18.] 
Cotorave (Randle) A French-English Dictionary ; with another id 

English and French, folio, London, 1650. [C 13. 22.] 

Boyer (Abel) English and French Dictionary. 8vo. London, 1728. 

[F. 25. 4.] 

Boyer (Abel) Dictionnaire Francois- Anglois, et Anglois-Francois. 4to. 

Londres, 1748. [Ff. 2. 43.] 
Boyer (Abel) French and English Dictionary, abridged and improved 

by N. Salmon. 8vo. London, 1814. [Ii. 4. 48.] 

Chambaud (Lewis) A Dictionary French and English, English and 
French. 2 vols, in 1, 4to. London, 1778. [C. 26. 11.] 

Dictionnaire Francois et Italien. 8vo. Geneve, 1634. [M. 16. 19.] 



viii. Grammars and Dictionaries of the Italian, Spanish, 
and Swedish Languages. 

Torriano (Gio.) Delia Lingua Toscana-Romana, or an Introduction t 
the Italian Tongue. 8vo. London, 1657. [F. 7. 14 ] 

Mulerii (Caroli) Linguae Italics Compendiosa Institutio. 18mo. Oxor 
1667. [M. 18. 25.] 

Berneira (J. A.) Succincta Linguae Italica? Institutio. 24mo. L 
dini, 1707. [B. 8. 25.] 

Veneroni (John) The Italian Master, or the Easiest and Best Met 
for attaining that Language, done into English. 8vo. 1721). 

[E. 2G. 

Voca sola Rio degli Academici della Crusca. folio, Venetia, 1697. 

[P. i 

Pineda (Pedro) A Short and Compendious Method for the Learn' 
— * read, and write the Spanish Language. Svo. London, 17: 

... . o- 1 



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Stevens (John) Spanish and English Dictionary. 4to. London, 1726. 

[P. 3. 7.] 

B&unnmark (Gustavus) Short Introduction to Swedish Grammar, adapt- 
ed to the Use of Englishmen. 12mo. London, 1805. [C. 27* 17. J 



II. Philology and Criticism. 
1. Works of Antient Critics. 

Aristotelis de Interpretatione Liber Unus, Grace et Latine. folio, 
Inter Operum Tom. I. [F. 12. 8.] 

Dionysii Cassii Lonoini de Sublimi Dicendi Genere Tractatus, Graece et 
Latine, a Gerardo Langbaine. 8vo. Oxonii, 1638. [S. 3. 35.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Oxonii, 1638. QFf. 8. 21.] 

Dionysii Cassii Longini de Sublimitate Tractatus, Grace et Latine. Curd 
J. Tollii, cum Versione Gallica M. Boileau Despreaux. 4to. Traj. ad 
Rben. 1694. [P. 8. 8.] 

Dionysii Cassii Longini de Sublimitate Tractatus, Grace et Latine. 
Cura Joannis Hudsoni. 8vo. Oxonii, 1718. [Ii. 6. 12.] 

Dionysii Cassii Longini de Sublimitate Commentarius, Grace et Latine. 
Edidit, Notisque illustravit Zacharias Pearce. 8vo. Londini, 1732. 

[F. 21. 28.] 

Editio alia. 8vo. Amstelaedami, 1783. [Ii. 6. 15.J 

Editio alia. 8vo. Londini, 1752. [Aa. 3. 25.] 

Exemplar aliud. 8vo. Londini, 1752. [Ii. 6. 13.] 

Editio alia. 8vo. Londini, 1773. [Ii. 6. 14.] 

•Dionysii Longini Opera omnia, Grace et Latine. Denuo recensuit, et 
Animadversionibus Virorum Doctor um aliisque Subsidiis instruxit, B. 
Weiske. 8vo. Londini, 1820. 

Athen^i Deipnosophistarum Libri XV. Grace et Latine. Recensuit et 
Animadversiones addidit Isaac us Casaubonus. folio, Geneva?, 1597. 

[Aa. 1. 1.] 

Athenaei Deipnosophistarum Libri XV. Grace et Latine, cum Animad- 
versionibus Isaaci Casaubont. folio, Lugduni, 1612. [F. 4. 4.]] 

Casauboni (Isaaci) Animadversionum in Athenaei Deipnosophistas Libri 
XV. folio, Lugduni, 1612. [F. 4. 5.] 

Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, cura Jacobi Gothofredi. 12mo. Aurel. 

Allobr. 1609. [E. 17. 17.] 
Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, ex recensione et cum notis Antonii Thysii et 

Jacobi Ouselii. 8vo. Lug. Bat. 1636. [E. 21. 16.] 

Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, cura J. F. Gronovii. 12mo. Amstelodamj, 
apud Elzevir. 1651. [L. 8. 25.] 

Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae, cum Notis Variorum et Jo. Frid. et Jacobi 
Gronovii. 4 to. Lug. Bat. 1706. [C. 10. 9.] 

Auli Gellii Noctes Atticae. 8vo. [H. 8. 15.] 



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LITERATURE. 



cIuise (John) Florilegium Phrasicun : or a Survey of the Latine Tongiu 
according to the elegancy of its proper Dialect. 8vo. London, 1650. 

[K. 15. 20. 

Smetii (Henrici) Prosodia in novam for mam digesta. 12mo. Rotho 
magi, 1655. [K. 8. 5.] 

Exemplar aliud. 12mo. Londini, 1673. [Ff. 7. 61.] 

■ Exemplar aliud. 8vo. [S. 3. 22.] 

A Short Introduction of Latin Grammar. 12mo. Oxford, 1679. 

[M. 18. 33. 

Nova et Artificiosa Methodus Docendi" Linguam Latinam. 4to. Lon 

dini, 1687. [G. 6.20.] 
Johnson (Richard) Grammatical Commentaries : being an Apparatus t« 

a new National Grammar, by way of animadversion upon the falsities 

redundancies, and defects of Lilly's System, now in use. 8vo. Londor 

1706. [C. 7. 25.] 

Animadversions upon the First Part of Mr. Richard Johnsons Grammatku 
Commentaries. 8vo. London, 1706. [P. 233. (9.)] 

VARiiE Structure Index; sive Catalogus Nominum et Verborum vari 
antium constructionem, significatione non mutata, accurate congestus i 
G. T. 12mo. Londini, 1708. [P. 352. (6.)] 

Ker (Joannis) Selectarum de Lingua Latina Observationum Libri duo 
8vo. Londini, 1709. [R. 10. 9.] 

Schurzfleischii (Conrad. Sam.) Supplementa Orthographic Romans 
'8vo. Hate, 1712. [R. 13. 52.] 

Db Modis Verborum Latinis. 12mo. Londini, 1714. [F. 7. 46.] 

Clarke (John) A Grammar of the Latin Tongue. 8vo. London, 1733 

[F. 27. 17 

A Practical Grammar of the Latin Tongue, wherein all the Rules are e 
pressed in English ; and thrown into the most agreeable view for the ' 
nefit of Learners. [By John Milner.] 8vo. London, 1729. [F. 25. £ 

■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1742. [Ii. 6. 49.] 

A New Method of learning with facility the Latin Tongue. Trans T 
from the French of Messrs. De Port Royal. [By Thos. Nug 
8vo. 2 vols. London, 1758. [Ii. 4. 15,16.] 

■ ■■ Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1758. [Ii. 4. 17,18.] 

Lowe (Solomon) A Grammar of the Latin Tongue. 8vo. London, 

[G. C 

Ruddiman (Thomas) Rudiments of the Latin Tongue. 12mo. I 

1780. [E. 27. 4.] 
Philips (J. T.) A Rational Grammar, with easy Rules in English 

Latin. 12mo. London, 1731. E. 27. 14.] 
Holmes (John) A new Grammar of the Latin Tongue, with a K 

same. 8vo. 2 vols. London, 1732-39. [Ff. 7. u , 6,(>7.] 
.— Another Copy, corrected and enlarged by Kdward 

D.D. 8vo. London, 1788. [ii. 6. 4iJ 
WlLLYMbTT (Win.) English Particles exemplified in ScnteiiLV 

for Latin Exercises. 8vo. London, 1734. [R. 13. 8 l. J 
Burcy (A. de) A Treatise on the Elegance of the Latin Tun-. 1 

London, 1779. [Ff, 8. 29.] 



LATIN DICTIONARIES. 



915 



A Short Introduction to Grammar for the Use of the Lower Forms in 
the King's School at Westminster. 8vo. London, 1792. [li. 6. 45.] 

Another Copy. 8vo. London, 1810. [Ff. 7. 62.] 

An Introduction to the Latin Tongue for the use of Youth. 12 mo. 
Eton, 1802. [Ii. 6. 46.] 

Ellis (Win.) A Collection of English Exercises to be translated into 
Latin. 12mo. London, 1807. [Ff. 8. 68.] 

Turner (Wm.) Exercises to the Latin Accidence and Grammar. 12 mo. 
London, 1815. [Ff. 8. 28.] 

Monro ( ) Nova et Artificiosa Methodus docendi Linguam Latinam. 

4to. Londini, 1687. [N. 8. 14.] 



(3) Latin Dictionaries. 

Calrpini (Ambrosii) Dictionarium Latinum. folio, Bergami, 1519. 

[E. 9. 30.] 

Stsphani (Roberti) Thesaurus Linguae Latinae. folio, 3 tomis, Parisiis, 
1542. [E. 11. 18,19,20.] 

Exemplar aliud. 4 torn, folio, Londini, 1 734-35. [N. 4.22-25.] 

Le Grand Dictionnaire Francois et Latin. 4to. 1556. [C. 1. 4.] 

Coopkr (Thomas) Thesaurus Linguae Roraanae Britannicse. folio, Lon- 
dini, 1565. [F. 13. 11.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Londini, 1578. [Ff. 2. 34.] 

: Exemplar aliud. folio, Londini, 1584. [N. 1. 34.] 

NizoLii(Marii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus. folio, Basileae, 1576. [F. 10. 22.] 

Nizolii (Marii) Lexicon Ciceronianum. Accedunt Phrases et Formulae 
Linguae Latinae ex Commentariis Stephani Doleti. folio, Patavii, 
1734. [Ff. 2. 37.] 

Exemplar aliud. folio, Basileae, 1613. [Ff. 2. 38.] 

Vbnuti (Fillipo) Dittionario Volgare et Latino. 8vo. Venetia, 1587. 

[G. 7. 16.] 

Dasypodii (Petri) Dictionarium Latino-Germanicum et Germanico-La- 

tinum. 8vo. Argentorati, 1587. [G. 7. 29.] 
Rulandi (Martini) Dictionarium Latino- Greecum. 2 tomis 8 vo. Augustae 

Vindelicorum, 1607. [K. 15. 43,44.] 
Sacra Quercu (Francisci de) Dictionarium Etymologicum. 4to. Oxo- 

niae, 1612. [G. 6. 26.] 

Parei (Johannis Philippi) Calligraphta ilomana : sive Thesaurus Linguae 
Latinae. 8vo. Neapoli Nemetum, 1616. [K. 17. 16.] 

Schori (Antonii) Thesaurus Ciceronianus Linguae Latinae. 8vo. Argen- 
' torati, 1618. [S. 2. 21.] 

Draxi (Thomae) Bibliotheca Scholastica. 8vo. [S. 3. 10.] 

Laurbnbergii (Jani Guliclmi) Antiquarius. In quo, praeter antiqua 
et obsoleta verba ac voces minus usitatas, dicendi formulae inso- 
lentes et plurimi Ritus Populis Romanis ac Graecis peculiares, exponun- 
tur et enodantur. 4to. Lugd. Bat. 1622. [C. 10. 22.] 

Martinii (Matthise) Lexicon Pbilologicum, praecipue Etymologicum; in 
quo Latinae et a Latinis auctoribus usurpatae, turn puree turn barbarae, 

5N* 



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voces ex originibus declarantur, et comparatione linguarum illustran- 
tur. folio, Bremae, 1633. [K. 1*. 24.J 

Martinii (Matthia?) Lexicon Philologicum. folio, Francofurti, 1655. 

[G. 13. 20.] 

Portii (Simonis) Dictionarium Latin um, Greco- Barbarum et Litterale. 
4to. Lutetiae, 1635. [F. 14. 14.] 

Comenii (J. A.) Janua Aurea Reserata. 18mo. Geneva?, 1650. 

[E. 17. 18.] 

Amtonii JElii Nebrissensis Dictionarium Latin ura. folio, Lugduni, 
1655. [G. 4. 25.] 

Spelmanni (Henrici) Glossarium Archseologicum. folio, Londini, 1664. 

[C. 13. 10.] 

Vossn (Gerardi Jobannis) Etymologicon Linguae Latinae. folio, 
Lugduni, 1664. [G. 4. 15.] 

Gouldman (Francis) A copious Dictionary, English and Latin. 4to. 
Cambridge, 1669. [C. 6. 4.] 

Another Copy. 4to. Cambridge, 1674. [E. 14. 26.] 

Walker (Wm.) A Dictionarie of English and Latine Idioms. 8vo. 
London, 1670. [D. 14. 40.] 

Littleton (Adam) A Dictionary, Latin and English. 4to. London, 
1678. [C. 6. 5.] 

Pomey (Francois) Dictionnaire Royal, Francois et Latin. 4to. Lyon, 
1687. [N. 6. 4.] 

Fabri (Basilii) Thesaurus Eruditionis Scholastica?. folioy Lipsiae, 1718. 

[A. 4. 15.] 

Ainsworth (Robert) English and Latin Dictionary ; with corrections and 
additions by Thos. Morell, LL.D. 4 to. 2 vols. London, 1805. 

[Gg. 2. 24,25.] 
Another Copy. 4to. London, 1761. [Ff. 2. 40. J 

Another Copy. 4to. London, 1761. [R. 16. 35.] 

Facciolati (Jacobi) et Forcellini (iEgidii) Totius Latinitatis Lexicon, 
folio, 4 tomis in 2 vols. Patavii, 1805. [Ff. 2. 35,36.] 

Do Canoe (Caroli Dufresne Domini) Glossarium ad Scriptores Mediae et 
Infimae Latinitatis. folio, 6 vols. Parisiis, 1733-36. [O. 4. 6-11.] 



iv. Dictionaries of the Northern, Teutonic, and Anglo- 
Saxon Languages. 

Hickesii (Georgii) Antiquae Literature Septentrionalis Thesaurus, 
Grammatico-Criticus et Archeologicus. 2 tomis, lolio, Oxoniae, 
1725. [E. 12. 4,5.] 

Pictorii (Josuse) Dictionarium Germanico- Latin urn : hoc est, Lingua* 
Teutonic* Superioris prsesertim Thesaurus. 4to. Ti^uri, 1*01. 

[G. 6. 1 0.j 

Somkeri (Gulielmi) Dictionarium Saxonico-Latino-Ar.pliouni." Accessit 
iElfrici Abbatis Grammatica Latina- Saxon ica. r .m Glossario sue. 
folio, Oxonii, 1659. [C. 13. 13.] 

Lye (Edvardi) Dictionarium Saxonico et Gothico-Latir.v.rn. Edidit Owen 
Manning. 2 tomis, folio, Londini, 177*. [A. K\ CiUO.] 



ENGLISH GRAMMARS AND DICTIONARIES. 917 



v. Grammars and Dictionaries of the English Language. 

(1) English Grammars and other Treatises on 
the English Language. 

A Short Introduction of Grammar, generally to be used. 12mo. Ox- 
ford, 1659. [C. 16. 7.] 

Wallisii (Joannis) Grammatica Linguae Anglicanae. 8vo. Londini, 
1765. [O. 6. 53.] 

Lane (A.) A Key to the Art of Letters ; or English a learned language 
full of art, elegancy, and variety. 8vo. London, 1700. [M. 18. 42.] 

Swift (Jonathan) A Proposal for correcting, improving, and ascertaining 
the English Tongue, in a Letter to the Earl of Oxford. 8vo. London, 
1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

Reflections on Dr. Swift*s Letter to the Earl of Oxford about the English 
Tongue. 8vo. London, 1712. [M. 20. 12.] 

Lowe (Solomon) English Grammar reformed into a small compass and 
easy method ; for the readier Learning of the English tongue and an