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AND— ANN 9 

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Annaler for Nordisk Oldkyndighed. — see Transactions. 

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c 



10 ANN — ANT 

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ARI — ARM 13 

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18 BAC — BAI 

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see Maistre. 

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Berevola; a Tale. 12° London, 1840. 

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Codification Proposal, vol. 8. 

Commercial System, vol. 1 1. 

Constitutional Code, toL 7. 

Death Pnnishment, vol. 1 1. 

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Eqmty-des]Kitch Court, vol. 11. 

Eldon (Indications respecting Lord), 

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Joitioe and Codification Petitions, vol. 8. Truth Tersus Ashurst, vol. 1 1. 



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Official Aptitude maximized, vol. 10. 
Peers (House of) and Senates, vol 11. 
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B £ R . 29 

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Berretinus Cortoniensis (Petrus) Barberinse Auka Fornix Roms, 
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BIO — BLA 33 

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Queens of England. — Strickland. 

Royal and Noble Authors. — Wal- 
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Saints. — Baillet, Butler. 

Scottish Bishops. — Keith. 

Scottish Worthies. — Tytler. 

Sculptors. — Cunningham, Serie, 
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Irish Bishops and Writers. — 
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Kings of England. — Sandford. 

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Military Conmianders. — Grleig. 

Naval Commanders. — Camp- 
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An Laquiry into the share' which King Charles i. had in the 
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^lack (John)— see Palaeoromaica. 



34 BLA — BLU 

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BLU — BON 35 

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see also Bligh's Voyage. 

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BRI 41 

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42 BRI — BRO 

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see Beauties of England, Brayley, Bristol. 



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see Annales des Sciences. 



B R O 43 

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see Vincent (Aug.) 



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Historical Sketches of the Statesmen who flourished in the time 
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Political Philosophy. 2 vols. 8° London, 1842-3. 

Speeches upon Questions relating to Public Rights, Duties, and 
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(Thomas) Bibliotheca Historico- Sacra; or, an Historical Library 
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Another Copy. 2 vols. fol. London, 1737. 

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44 BBO — BRY 

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Travels through Hungary, Thessaly, Macedonia, &c. — Harris's 



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The Oxford Divines not Members of the Church of England. 



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Brownes, Lords Montague. — see Catalogue (Battle Abbey). 

Browning (W. S.) The History of the Huguenots during the Sixteenth 
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The Provost of Paris: a Tale of the Court of Charles vi. 

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Brownlow (John) A Guide to the Charitable and Religious Societies, 
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Bruckerus (Jacobus) Historia Critica Philosophise, a Mundi incunab. ad 
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Bbtaht (Jacob) Dissertation on the War of Troj, shewing that no such 
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Censura Literaria; containing Titles, Abstracts, and Opinions of 



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Buchanan (Francis) A Journey from Madras, through the Mysore, 
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46 BUL — BUR 

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Bullock (W.) Six Months' Residence and Travels in Mexico. 8** 

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Bulwer (E. L.) Eugene Aram; a NoveL 12° London, 1836. 

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BuRCHiELLo. — see Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

BuRCKHARDT ( Johu Lcwis) Travcls in Syria and the Holy Land. ^ 
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BUT — CAB 49 

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Canisius (Henr.) Thesaurus Monumentorum Ecclesiasticorum et His- 
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Canner (Thomas) Relation of a Voyage made to Virginia in the year 
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Canning (George) Speeches, with a Memoir of his Life, by R. Therry. 
6 vols. 8° London, 1830. 

Speeches on Spain and Portugal. 8° London, 1823-7. 

Political Life, from his acceptance of the Seals of the Foreign 

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Canon Law. — see Van Espen, Pithoeus, and Walter. 

Canova (Antonio) Vita, compilata da M. Missirini. S° Prato, 1824. 



CAN — CAR 53 

Cantacuzenus (Joan.) Historias, Gr. et Lat.; cum Annotat. et Indice, 
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Capefigue (B. H. R.) Histoire de la rdforme de la Ligue, et du r^gne 
de Henri iv. 8 vols. 12** Bruxelles, 1834-5. 

Louis XV. et la Sod^t^ du 18* Si^cle. 6 tomes. 12** Brux. 1842. 

[ ] Histoire de la Restauration, et des Causes qui ont amen6 la 

chute de la branche ain^e des Bourbons, par un Honune d'Etat. 
JO vols. 8** Paris, 1831. 

Les Diplomates Europeens. 2 vols, in 1. 12® Bruxelles, 1843. 

[Capell (Edward)] Prolusions; or, Select Pieces of Antient Poetry. 
8° London, 1760. 

Capilupi (Lelio) — ^Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

Capodistrias (Le Comte) — see Gr^ce. 

Caporali (Cesare) — Raccolta di Poesie Satiriche. 

Cappbllo (Bernardino) — Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

Capper (Benjamin P.) A Topographical Dictionary of the United 
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Carder (Peter) Relation of his separation from Sir Francis Drake in 
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Cardonne (Denis Dom. de) Histoire de FAfrique, et de TEspagne sous 
la domination des Arabes; compos^e sur des MSS. Arabes. 3 vols. 
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see Louis (Saint). 

Cardwell (Edward) Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church of 
England. 2 vols. 8° Oxford, 1839. 

Synodalia : a Collection of Articles of Religion, Canons, and 

Proceedings of Convocations, in the province of Canterbury, firom 
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History of Conferences and other Proceedings, connected with 



the Revision of the Book of Conmion Prayer, from 1558 to 1690. 
8** Oxford, 1840. 

Lectures on the Coinage of the Greeks and Romans. 8^ 



Oxford, 1832. 

Carew (Sir G^rge) Relation of the State of France. — see Birch. 

(Richard) Survey of Cornwall; with Notes of its History and 

Antiquities, by Thomas Tonkin ; published by Francis, Lord de 
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Carey (H. C.) The Geography, History, and Statistics of America and 
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.Caricature (La) Fran9aise, Journal sans Abound et sans Collabo- 
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Carleton (Capt.) Memoirs. — see Defoe. 

(Sir Dudley) Letters from and to Sir Dudley, during his 

Embassy in Holland, from 1615-16 to 1620; with an historical 
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printed), 1 780. 



54 CAR 

[Garlbton (William)] Traits and Stories of the Iri^ Peasantry; 8eoQc^«i 

Series. 3 vols. S"" Dublin, 1833. 
Carli (Denis de)— see Angelo. 

Carlisle (Charles, Earle of) Relation of three Embassies firom Charles xm, 
to the Great Duke of Muscovie, and the Elngs of Sweden and Den- 
mark, by G. M. 8^ London, 1669. 

(Nicholas) Topographical Dictionary of England. 2 vols. 4® 

London, 1808. 

Topographical Dictionary of Wales, Scotland, and Lreland. 4 toIs. 



4^ London, 1810-13. 

A concise Description of the Endowed Ghrammar-Schools in 



England and Wales. 2 vols. 8** London, 1818. 

Carlos v. Historia de la Yida y Hechos del Emperador Carlos t. 
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Carlyle (Professor) — see Todd (Henry John.) 

(Thomas) The French Revolution ; a History. 3 vols. 12° 

London, 1840. 

Sartor Resartus; the Life and Opinions of Herr Teufeladrockh. 



12^ London, 1841. 

Past and Present. 12** London, 1843. 

see Schiller. 



Carmen Epicum Saeculi vil de prima Expeditione AttilsB Regis Has- 
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[Carnarvon (Lord)] Portugal and Gallicia, the social and political State 
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Carnot (M.) M6moires Politiques et Militaires, r^dig^ d*apr^ 8^ 
MSS. et pr^c^d^s d'une Notice par P. F. Tissot. 8® Paris, 1824. 

Caro (Annibal) Lettere del Commendatore; coUa Yita dell Aatore> 
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Lettere, scritte a nome del Cardinal Famese. 3 vols. ^ 

Milano, 1807. 

see Longus, Gregorio Nazienzeno, Raccdta di Poesie Lirid^^ 



e di Satiriche, & Virgil. 

Caroline (La) — see Grermany. 

Carolus Magnus. Vita per Elginhartum, et Annales Rerom FnuicanU>^ 
4^ Coloni», 1521. 

Caron (Francis) Account of Japan. — ^Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 7. 

Carracci (Annibale) Galeri© FamesiansB Icones, in sedib. Due Tnrt^ 
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Carrel (Armand) Histoire de la Contre-R^volution en Angleterre, bo*'^ 
Charles ii. et Jacques ii. 8® Paris, 1827. 

— R^sum^ de THistoire d'Ecosse; avec une Introduction p^ 
A. Thierry. 12** Paris, 1825. 

R6sum6 de FHistoire des Grecs Modemes. 12° Paris, 1829* 



Carrington (N. T.) The Banks of Tamar, with other Poems. ^ 
London, 1828. 

Carro (Jean de) Carlsbad, ses Eaux min^rales et ses nouveaux BaU^ 
h> v^eurs. 8"* Carlsbad, 1829. 



CAE— CAS 65 

Cabstarbs (WiUiam) State Papers and Letters addressed to him, (as 
confidential Secretary to King William,) published from the 
Originals, with Life, bj Joseph MacCormick. 4° Edinburgh, 1774. 

Cart A JO (Silvestro) Capotcmdo, Commedia Bnsticale. — Teatro Italiano 
Antico, tomo 10. 

Caste (Thomas) A General History of England, from the earliest 
times to a.d. 1654. 4 vols. foL London, 1747-65. 

Collection of Original Letters and Papers, concerning the affairs 

of England, from 1641-^. 2 vols. S° London, 1739. 

see Ormonde. 



Carter (Francis) A Journey from Gibraltar to Malaga. 2 vols. 8° 
London, 1777. 

— — (John) Specimens of the Ancient Sculpture and Painting, now 
remaining in England, from the earliest period to the reign of 
Henry viii. 2 vols. fol. London, 1780-87. 

New Edition, with Notes by D. Turner, Sir S. Meyrick, and 



John Britton. Folio. London, 1838. 

The Ancient Architecture of England, including the Orders 



during the British, Roman, Saxon, and Norman Eras, and under the 
reigns of Henry iii. and Edward ni.; with Notes and Lidexes, by 
John Britton. Folio. London, 1837. 

Carteret (Captain) — see Hawkesworth. 

Carteromaco (Niccolo) — see Fortiguerri. 

Cartbier (Jacques) Prima e Seconda Relationi della Terra Nuova^ detta 
la Nuova Francia, nell' anno 1534. — ^Bamusio, tom. 3. 

— ^- Three Voyages to the Islands of- New France and Canada. — 
Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 12. 

Cartwrioht (John) Observations on his Voyage from Aleppo to 
Hispaan. — ^Purchas's Voyages, vol. 2. 

The Preacher's Travels through Syria, Mesopotamia, Armenia, 

Media, Hyrcania, and Parthia. — Harl. ColL of Voyages, vol. 1. 

(Bishop Thomas) Diary, 1686-7, from the original MS., in pos- 



session of Joseph Hunter. (Camden Society.) 4° London, 1843. 

Cart (John) The Itinerary of England and Wales. 8° London. 

(G. and J.) New Itinerary; or, an accurate Delineation of the 

Great Roads throughout England and Wales, with Scotland. 12° 
London, 1828. # 

(H. F.) — see Dante and Pindar. 



Casa (Giovanni della) Opere. 4 vols. 8° Milano, 1806. 

— '• Bii^e. — ^Pamaso Italiano, tomo 26. 

Casaubon (Is.)— see Theocritus. 

Casiri (Michael) Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispana Escurialensis ; sive 
Ldbrorum MSS. quos Arabic^ composites ab Arabo-Hispanis in Bibl. 
EscuriaL sunt, Recensio. 2 vols. foL Matriti, 1760-70. 

Cassan (Stephen Hyde) The Lives of the Bishops of Winchester, from 
Birinus, the first Bishop of the West Saxons, to the present time. 
2 vols. 8** London, 1827. 

Castansda de Nagera (P^dro de) Relation du Voyage de Cibola, 
entrepris en 1540. 8'' Paris, 1838. 

Castxll (Edmund) Lexicon Heptaglotton, Heb. Chald. Syr. Samar. 
^thiop. Arab, et Pers. 2 vols. fol. Londini, 1669. 



56 CAS — CAT 

Castblmau (Michel de) Ses M^moires. — ^Petitot, ColL des Mmamt 

!'• S^rie, tome 33. 
Castelton (Samuel and Greorge Bath.) Voyage to the £aBt h&a, 

written by John Tatton. — ^Purchas's Voyages, vol. 1. 

Casti (Giamb.) The Court and Parliament of Beasts; translated bj 
WiUiam Stewart Rose. 12** London, 1819. 

Castiglione (Baldessar) H Libro del Cortegiano. 2 vols, f 
Milano, 1803. 

Rime. — Pamaso Italiano, tomo 26. 

Raccolta di Prose, e di Poesie Rusticale. 

Castro (Guillen de) Account of his Life and Writings. — see HoUand 

( Joam de) Roteiro, em que se contem a Viagem que fizeram os 

Portuguezes no anno de 1541, partindo da Cidade de Groa atee Soet, 
por A. Nunes di Carvalho. 8** Paris, 1833. 

Voyage which the Portugals made from Lidia to Zoez. — ^IV 



chas's Voyage, vol. 2. 
Caswall (Henry) The rise, progress, and present state of the Mor- 
mons, or Latter-day Saints; with an Analysis of the Hook of Mormon. 
8° London, 1843. 

Catalogues of Libraries and Manuscripts:^ 

Catalogue of the Books and Manuscripts in the Library of tbe 

Society of Antiquaries of London. 4® London, 1816. 
Catalogus Bibliothecse Hist. Naturalis Joseph! Banks, auctore 

J. Dryander, cum Supplemento et Indice (in vol. 5). 5 \(k 

8^ Londini, 1798-1800. 

Bibliothecas Lauren tii Benzelstiema. S° Upsalias, 1801. 

Librorum Impressorum Bibliothecce Bodleianas in Academii 

Oxoniensi. 3 vols. fol. Oxonii, 1843. 

Catalogue de la Biblioth^ue de M. le Comte D. Boutourlin. S° 
Florence, (privately printed,) 1831. 

Bibliographical and Critical, of Early English Literature; 

forming a portion of the Library at Bridgewater House, the 
property of Lord Francis Egerton; by J. P. Collier. 4** London, 
(privately printed,) 1837. 

of the Manuscripts preserved in the British Museum, by 



Samuel Ayscough. 2 vols, in 1. 4** London, 1772. 

of the Bumey Manuscripts in the British Museum. 



Folio. London, 1840. 

Index to the Arundel and the Burncy Manuscripts in the 



British Museum. Folio. London, 1840. 

of the Manuscripts in the Cottonian Library in the British 



Museum. Folio. London, 1802. 

of the Harleian Manuscripts in the British Museum; with 



Lidexes of persons, places, and matters. Folio. Lond. 1808-12. 
of the Lansdowne Manuscripts in the British Museum: 



with Indexes of persons, places, and matters. FoUa 
London, 1819. 

Catalogus Codicum Manuscriptorum Orientalium qui in Museo 
Britannico asservantur; Pars 1, Codices Syriaci et Carshunicl 
FoUo. Londini, 1838. 

Librorum Impressorum qui in Museo Britannico adser- 

vantur. 7 vols, 8** Londini, 1813-19. 



CAT 57 

Catalogues of Libraries and Manuscripts, continued: — 

Catalogue of Printed Books in the British Museum, vol. 1. 
FoUo. London, 184L 

of the Additions to the Library &e. of the British Museum, 

1831 to 1835 inclusive. 5 vols. 8"" London, 1833-39. 

of the Maps, Prints, Drawings, &c, attached to the 



Library of Greorge iii., now in the British Museum. 2 vols. 
8'' London, 1829. 

of the Original Library of Saint Catharine's Hall, Cam- 



bridge, a.d. 1475, by G. E. Corrie. (Cambridge Antiq. Society 
Publications, No. 1.) 4° Cambridge, 1840. 

(A Descriptive) of the Manuscripts and Scarce Books 



in the Library of Saint John's College, Cambridge, by 
M. Cowie, part 1. (Cambridge Antiq. Society's Publications, 
No. 6.) 4^ Cambridge, 1842. 

of the Library collected by Miss Richardson Currer, at 



Eshton Hall; by C. J. Stewart. 8® London (privately printed), 

1833. 

of the Dodsworth MSS. — see Hunter. 

of the Library of the Royal Dublin Society. 8° Dublin 



(privately printed;, 1839. 
Catalogues of the Library of Durham Cathedral, at various periods, 

including Catalogues of the Library of the Abbey of Hulne, 

and of the MSS. in the Library of Bishop Cosin. (Surtees 

Society.) 8° London, 1838. 
Catalogue of Ethiopic Biblical MSS. — see Piatt. 
• of the Books, relating to British Topography, Saxon and 

Northern Literature, bequeathed to the Bodleian Library in 

1799, by Richard Gough. 4^ Oxford, 1814. 

of Books &c. relating to the County of Gloucester. — see 



Gloucestriensia. 

Catalogus Bibliothecse Harleianse, in locos communes distributus; 
cum Indice Auctorum. 5 vols. 8^ Londini, 1743. 

Catalogue of the Hoare Library, at Stourhead, co. Wilts; with an 
Account of the Museum of Antiquities, a Catalogue of the 
Paintings and Drawings, and a Description of the Mansion, by 
J. B. Nichols. 8° London (privately printed), 1840. 

of the Subscription Library, at Kingston upon Hull, com- 
piled by John Crosse. 8° Liverpool (privately printed), 1822. 
of the Manuscripts in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lam- 



beth Palace, with an Account of the Registers and other 
Records there, by Henry John Todd. FoHo. London (pri- 
vately printed), 1812. 

of early Printed Books at Lambeth Palace. — see Maitland. 

of the Library of the London Listitution, systematically 



classed. 3 vols. 8® London (privately printed), 1837-43. 

Catalogus Bibliothecas Publicae Lugduno-Batavas, access. Thesaurus 

Librorum Orientalium, praecipue MSS. 4° Lugd. Bat. 1674. 
Catalog! Librorum Manuscriptorum Anglise et Hibemiae in unum 

collecti. Folio. Oxonii, 1697. 
Catalogue of Early English Poetry, illustrating the British Drama, 

collected by E. Malone, and now in the Bodleian Library. 

FoUo. Oxford, 1836. 



CAT 

LoouES OF Libraries and Manuscripts^ eatUmuedz — 

Catalogue of Oriental MSS. — see Ousdej, and Wilson (H. &) 

of the Library of the Oxford and Cambridge UniversBy 

Club. 8° London, 1840. 

of the Library of Dr. Samuel Parr. 8® iLondcm, 1827. 



Catalogus Librorum Manuscriptorum in Bibliotheca D. Thom 
Phillipps, Bart., a.d. 1837. Folio. Typis Medio-Montsiis 
impressus. 1 837. 

Catalogue (Descriptive) of the Original Chartera, Royal Grnuit8,&c, 
constituting the Muniments of Battle Abbey; comprisiiig thai, 
Papers relating to the Brownes, Lords Viscount Montague; the 
Sidneys, Earls of Leicester; and the whole of the Webster 
Family Evidences; [now in the possession of Sir Tbaam 
Phillipps.] 8° London, 1835. 

of Books of Voyages and Travels in Tarious parts of the 

World. — ^Pinkerton's Voyages, vol. 17. 

of the Library in the Royal Academy^ London. 4' 



London, 1841. 

of the Library of the Boyal Institution of Great BnUa, 



by William Harris. 8** London, 1821. 

of the Library of the United Service Institution. 8" 



London (privately printed), 1842. 

of the Library of the United Service Museum. 8^ LondoB 



(privately printed), 1836. 

of the Library of the Congress of the United States. 4' 



Washington, 1815. 

(Supplement to) 8° Washington, 1827. 

of the MHitary Library at West Point, 8*" New Yort 



1824. 
LOGUEs OF Public Sales: — 



Catalogue of a Collection of Portraits [from the Basilioologia], soU 
in 1811 ; with the prices and purchasers' names. 8*^ London. 

of the Library of the Rev. Jonathan Boucher, sold in 1806. 

8** London. 

of the Libraries of Dr. John Brasse, Thomas Caldccott, 



Esq., William Monck Mason, Esq., and J. Samuel Wjttenbsch, 
sold in 1833-4. 8° London. 

of the Ancient and Modem Prints of the Duke of Bud- 



ingham, sold in 1834. 8^ London. 

of the Collection of Egyptian Antiquities formed by James 



Burton, Esq., sold in 1836. 8° London. 

of the Libraries of Bishop Samuel Butler, of Bishop Jenkin- 



son, and of the Bev. Henry Drury, sold in 1841. 3 in 1 voL 
8® London. 

of the Libraries of Sir John Thomas Claridge, Rev. John 



G. Dowling, Sir Robert Baker, and three other collections^ sold 
in 1841. 6 in 1 vol. 8** London. 

de la Biblioth^que de P. A. Bolongaro Crevenna, vendue 



publiquement (contenant une Collection des Ouvrages sur les 
Jesuites). 8"* Amsterd. 1793. 

of the Libraries of the Rev. Henry Drury and of John 



Dent, Esq., with the prices, sold in 1827. 3 in 1 vol. 8^ London. 



CAT 59 

Catalogues of Public Sales, continued.'^ — 

Catalogue of the library of Greffier Fagel, of the Hague, sold in 

1802. 8° London. 
of the Library of Richard Foster, Esq., sold in 1806; with 

the prices and purchasers' names. 8^ London. 

of the Library of Richard Gough, Esq., sold in 1810; with 



the prices. S° London. 

of the Library of the Duke of Grafton, sold in 1815; with 



ihe prices and purchasers' names. 8° London. 

of the Library of P. A. Hanrott, Esq., sold in 1833; the 



5 parts. 8^ London. 

of the Library of Richard Heber, Esq., sold in 1834-7; 



the 13 parts, complete. 5 vols. 8^ London. 

of the Library of George Hibbert, Esq., sdd in 1829. 8* 



London. 

of the Libraries of Thomas Hill, Esq., the Rev. James 



Dallaway, Sheffield Grace, Esq., and two other collections, sold 
in 1841. 5 in 1 t61. 8° London. 

Catalogus Librorum Samuelis Hulsii, cum pretiis. 4 vols. S° 
Hagae Com. 1730. 

Catalogue of the Library of Dr. Kloss, of Frankfort, sold in 1836. 
8^ London. 

of the Library of William, Marquis of Lansdowne, sold in 

1806. 8** London. 

of the Library of John Maddison, Esq., sold in 1809. S° 



London. 

Catalc^s Librorum impressorum et Codicum MSS. Joannis 
Meerman. 4 vols, in 2. 8° HagsB Com. 1824. 

Bibliothecae J. D. Michaelis. 12° Gottingae, 1792. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Earl of Momington, sold in Dublin, 
1795. 8° Dublin. 

Catalogus Librorum rariorum in variis linguis. 2 vols. 8° 
Amstelod. 1743. 

Catalogue. S. Paterson's Bibliotheca Universalis Selecta, sold in 
1786, with the prices and purchasers' names. 8° London. 

of the Library of Isaac Reed, Esq., sold in 1807; with the 

prices. 8** London. 

of the Library of John, Duke of Roxburghe, sold in 1812; 



with the printed prices. 8° London. 

Catalogus Bibliothecse Henr. Alb. Schultens. 8° Lugd. Bat. 1 794. 

Catalogue of the Libraries of Dr. Scott, John Foster, Richard 
Page, P. Absalom, Esqrs., and 7 other collections, sold in 1841. 
11 in 1 vol. 8° London. 

Catalogues of 8 valuable Libraries and Collections of Prints, sold 
from 1829 to 1833. 9 in 1 vol. 8** London. 

Catalogus Numorum Veterum Grsecor. et Romanor. quos possid. 
G. F. Timm. 8° Havniae, 1832. 

Librorum D. Gosuini Uilenbroek, cum pretiis. 3 vols. 

8° Amstelod. 1729. 

Catalogue des Livres de la Biblioth^ue de feu M. le Due de la 
Valli^re, par GuU. de Bure. 3 vols. 8° Paris, 1783. 



60 CAT 

Catalogues of Public Sales, continued: — 

Catalogue of the Library of the Rev. Dr. Valpy, sold in 1882. 8® 

London. 
of the Library of Bishop Van Mildert, sold in 1836. V 

London. 
of the White Knights' Library, sold in 1819. 8** London. 

of the Library of the Rev. Theodore Williams, sold in 



1827; with the prices. 8® London. 

des Livres de feu M. J. B. Van Den Zande. 8® Anvers, 



1834. 
Catalogues of Scientific Museums: — 

Catalogue of the Minerab in the Museum of the Royal Dublin 
Society. — see Giesecke. 

of Anatomical Preparations &c. in the Museum, Fort Fitt^ 

Chatham. 8"* London, 1833. 

of the Collection of Mammalia and Birds, in the Mufieom 



at Fort Pitt, Chatham. 8** Chatham, 1838. 

Descriptive and Illustrated, of the Physiological Series o^ 



Comparative Anatomy contained in the Museum of the Boyal 
College of Surgeons in London. 4 vols, in 5. 4** Londoa, 
1833-38. 

of the Contents of the Museum of the Royal College o£ 



Surgeons in London: — ^Preparations and Osteology. 6 parts in 
5 vols. 4° London, 1830-31. 

of the Minerals in the United Service Museum. ^ 



London, 1837. 

of the Models in the United Service Museum. 8** London^ 



1837. 

Castle (William) Discovery of the coast and continent of America* 
from the Equinoctial norUiward; with his Petition to Parliament ft>r 
the Propagation of the Gospel in America. — Harl. ColL of Voyaged* 
vol. 2. 

Catechism of Shamans. — see Neumann (Ch.) 

Catharine Hall, Cambridge. — see Catalogue. 

Cathedrals, published by the Antiquarian Society. — Account of 8*j 
Stephen's Chapel, Westminster, by J. Topham, with the addition^ 
plates by Sir H. Englefield; Accounts of the Cathedrals of Exete^*^ 
Durham, Bath, Gloucester, and St. Albans. Folio. London, Vl^^^^ 
1813. 

Catherine ii. de Russie. — see Levesque, and Masson. 

Catlin (George) Letters and Notes on the manners, customs, 93^^ 
condition of the North American Lidians, written in 1832-3^-' 
2 vols. 8° London, 1841. 

Cato (Dionysius) Disticha de Moribus cum Notis Variorum, recensuJ* 
adnotationesque addidit Otto Amtzenius. 8° Amstelod. 1754. 

Disticha Moralia titulo Catonis inscripta, ad vetustissimum e^" 

emplar manuscriptum emendata. 12° Parisiis, 1549. 

(Marcus Porcius) — see Rei Rusticae Scriptores. 



Catuffio Panchianio, [i.e. ZaccariaValeresso.] Rutzvanscad il Giovi**^ 
Pamaso Italiano, tomo 50. 

Catullus. Opera Omnia, ex edit. Doeringii, cum Notis in usum I^^' 
phini, Notis Variorum et Indice. 2 vols. 8° Londini, 1822. 



CAT — CEL 61 

Catullus. Poems; translated, with Preface and Notes, by G. Lamb. 
2 vols. 12** London, 182L 

Causes C^Li:BRES. — see Richer. 

Cavalcanti (Bartol.) Trattati sopra gli ottimi reggimenti delle Repub- 
bliche antiche e modeme. S° Milano, 1805. 

see Raccolta di Prose. 

Cavallo (Tiberius) On the nature and properties of Air, and other 
permanently Elastic Fluids. 4° London, 1781. 

Cavalby. Abstract of the Regulations for the Instruction, Formations, 
and Movements of the Cavalry. 12° London, 1836. 

Cavanilles (Ant. Jos.) Icones et Descriptiones Plantarum, quad in 
Hispania crescunt. Vols. 1, 2, and 3. fol. Matriti, 1791-3. 

Cave (William) History of the Apostles, and of the Primitive Fathers 
of the first liiree Centuries. 2 vols. f(^. London, 1684-1716. 

——— Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Literaria, accedunt Scrip- 
tores Grentiles, et adduntur Conciliorum Notitia, Veterum Frag- 
menta et Prolegomena. 2 vols. fol. Oxonii, 1740. 

Cavendish (G^rge) — see "Wolsey. 

(Sir Henry) Debates of the House of Commons, during the Un- 
reported Parliament, which met in May, 1768, and was dissolved in 
June, 1774; with Notes, edited by J. Wright. Vols. 1 and 2. 8** 
London, 1841-2. 

(Thomas) Two Voyages round the World in 1586. — Bumey's 



Discoveries in the South Seas, vol. 2. 

Voyage round the World. — Harris's Voyages, voL 1. 



Cawthorn (James) Poems. — ^British Poets, voL 60. 

Cayet (Pierre- Victoire Palma) Chronologic Novenaire, contenant 
THistoire de la Guerre sous le regne de Henri iv., 1689-98. — Pe- 
titot, Coll. des Mdmoires, 1"* S^rie, tomes 38-43. 

Chronologic Novenaire; contenant THistoire de la Guerre 

depuis Fan 1589 jusqu% la Paix de Vervin. 3 vob. 8** Paris, 1608. 

Chronologic Septenaire de THistoire de la Paix entre les Rois, 



de France et dTEspagne, 1598-1604. 8° Paris, 1609. 

Le Mercure Fran9ois; ou Suite de THistoire de la Paix, com- 



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CIN — CLA 69 

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Day (Thomas) Poems. — ^British Poets, voL 58. 

The Desolation of America. — ^British Poets, vol. 73. 

Deane (J. 6.) The Worship of the Serpent, traced throughout the 
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Dbbbett (John) Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, for 1834, % 
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Peerage of Great Britain and Ireland, for 1840, by G. W. 



CoUen. 8** London. 

Baronetage of England, for 1828. 2 vols. 8** London. 



Baronetage of England, for 1835, 37, and 39, by W. Coorthope. 

3 vols. 8^ London. 

Baronetage of England, for 1840, edited by G. W. Collen. 8" 



London. 

De Bure (Guill. F.) Bibliographic instructive. 7 vols. 8** Ptois, 
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see Catalogue. 



De Candolle (A. P.) Organographie V^^tale; ou, Description m- 
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Physiologic Y^getale; ou, Exposition des Forces et des Fonc- 



tions vitalcs des V^^taux. 3 vols. 8^ Paris, 1832. 

Dee (John) Ilis Private Diary, and the Catalogue of his Library of 
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Deffand (Madame du) Unpublished Correspondence with D'Alembert> 
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London, 1810. 



DEF — DEL 89 

Db Foe (Daniel) The Novels and Miscellaneous Works; with a Bio- 
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RoUnflon Cmioe, vols. 1 aod 2. 

life of Capt Singleton, to]. 3. 

The Fortonet of Moll Flanders, 

▼oL 4. 
Histoij of Colonel Jack, vol. 5. 
Memoirs of a Cavalier [CoL And. 

Newport], voL 6. 
New Voyage ronnd the World, y. 7. 
Memoirs of Capt Carleton, yoL 8. 
Ijfe of Mrs. Davis, vol. 8. 
The Consolidator, voL 9. 
History of the Plaxne, yoL 9. 
PoUtical History of the Devil, vol. 10. 



The Fortunate BdOstress, vol. 11. 

System of liagic, vol. 12. 

(jn the ffistory and Reality of Appari- 
tions, vol. 13. 

Reli^OQS Courtship, yoL 14. 

Family Instructor, vols. 15 and 16. 

English Tradesman, vols. 17 and 18. 

Life of Duncan Camphell, yoL 19. 

Tracts against the Pretender, voL 20. 

Miscellaneous Tracts, yoL 20. 

True bom Englishman, vol. 20. 

Life of De Foe, by Alex. Chalmers, 
voL 20. 



Memoirs of Capt. Greorge Carleton, including Anecdotes of the 

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Life and Adventures of Robinson Crusoe. — ^British Novelists, 



Tols. 16 and 17. 

Memoirs of his Life and Times; with a Review of his Writings, 
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Histoire compar^e des Syst^mes de Philosophic, consid^r& re- 

lativement aux principes des Connoissances humaines. 4 vols. 8^ 

Paris, 1822-23. 
Db Guignes (Joseph) Histoire g^nerale des Huns, des Turcs, des 

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' Observations on the Philippine Islands, and the Isle of France. — 

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I)bkker (Thomas), H. Chettle, and W, Haughton. Patient Grissil, a 
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see Alleyn. 

^ LA Beghe (Sir H. T.) Geological Manual. 12** London, 1831. 

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Third Edition. 8° London, 1833. 

How to observe Geology. 8** London, 1835. 

Researches in Theoretical Greology. 12** London, 1834. 

Geological Notes. 8° London, 1830. 

Report on the Geology of Cornwall, Devon, and West Somerset. 
8*" London, 1839. 

A Tabular and Proportional View of Rocks, (in a case.) 8** 
London, 1828. 



90 DEL — DEN 

Delafield (John) — see Gloucestriensia. 

Delamare (PAbb^) Essai sur la veritable origine, et sur les vicisntades 
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Delandime (F. a.) — see Chaudon. 

De la Warre (Lord) Relation made to the Counsell of Virginia, 
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Delille (Jacques) CEuvres, avec la Vie de I'Auteur. 19 tomes. 8^ 
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De Lolme (John Lewis) The British Empire in Europe. 4^ London, 
1787. 

The Constitution of England; or, an Account of the English 

Grovemment, with Notes and a Preface biographical and criticaL 8^ 
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Delonet (Thomas) Strange EQstories, consisting of Ballads and other 
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Del Rio (Antonio) Description of the Ruins of an Ancient City dis- 
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De Luc (J. A.) EQstoire du Passage des Alpes par AnnibaL 8^ 
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Demades. — Oratores Attici, vol. 3. 

De Morgan (Augustus) The Differential and Litegral Calculus. 8^ 
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Demosthenes. — Oratores Attici, vols. 4 to 7. 

■ The Oration upon the Crown, translated, with Notes and the 

Greek Text, by Henry Lord Brougham. 8® London, 1840. 

Denham (Sir John) Poems. — British Poets, vol. 20. 

(Major Dixon), Capt. Hugh Clapperton, and Dr. Oudney. Travels 

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Another Edition. 2 vols. 8° London, 1826. 



Denina (Carlo) Delle Rivoluzioni d'ltalia. 3 vols. 8° Milano, 1820* 

Denis (Mich.) — see Maittaire. 

Denisart (J. B.) — see France. 

Denmark. Forordning, angaacnde Provindsial-Stoendemes Lidretning ^ 
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Forordning, angaaende Provindsial-StcBudemes Indretning i 

Danmark, forsaavidt Norre-Iylland angaaer. 4° Kjobenh. 1834. 

Verordnung wegen niiherer Regulirung der standischen Verhalt^ 



nisse in dem HerzogtJhum Holstein. 4** Kopenh. 1834. 

Verordnung, wegen naherer R^ulirung der standischen Verhalt' 



nisse in dem Herzogthum Schleswig. 4° Kopenh. 1834. 
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Dennie (Col. William H.) Personal Narrative of the Campaigns U» 
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DEN — DIB 91 

Dkkoh (Le Baron) Description des Objets d'Arts dans son cabinet; 
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Dens (Petri) Theologia Moralis et Dogmatica; cum Supplemento. 
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I/Enteecasteaux (Bruny) Voyage k la recherche de la Pdrouse ; 
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Dents. — see Saint Denys. 

Dbpping (G. B.) — see Paris. 

Dbscamps (J. B.) La Vie des Peintres Flamands, AUemands, et 
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DiscAHTEs (R^n^) CEuvres, publi^es par V. Cousin. 11 vols. 8** 
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■ De quelques figures de Verres qui servent ^ la refraction et h, la 

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Dioptrice. — Maseres, Scriptores'Optici. 

Explicatio quatuor Grcnerum Novarum Ovalium, opera et cum 
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La M^taj^ysique. — see Gruyer. 

Desmoulins (Camille) Le Vieux Cordelier; Journal politique, r^g^ en 
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MlsTRADES (Le Comte) Lettres, M^moires, et N^gociations. 9 vols. 
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Dkwab (Daniel) Elements of Moral Philosophy and the Christian Ethics. 
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^AcoNus (Leo) Historia: acced. Libelli qui Niceph. Phocae et Joan. 
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92 DIB — DIG 

DiBDiN (Thomas Frognall) An Introduction to the knowledge of m 
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The Library Companion; or, the Young Man's Guide and ^ 

Old Man's Comfort in the choice of a Library. 8^ Londoo, 1824. 
Bibliotheca Spenceriana; or, a Descriptive Catalogue of ik 



Books printed in the Fifteenth Century, and many valuable fiitt 
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The Bibliographical Decameron; or, ten days pleasant disooane 



upon Illuminated Manuscripts and subjects connected with en^ 
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A Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Picturesque Tour in ^ 



Northern Counties of England and in Scotland. 2 vols. 8^ Londoii 
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Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Picturesque Tour in Fnnoe 



and Germany. 3 vols. 8° London, 1821. 

Reminiscences of a Literary Life. 2 vols. 8^ Liondon, 183& 

see Ames, 



DicciONABio de la Lengua Castellana, de los Proverbios o Befiranes. 
y otras cosas convenientes al uso de la lengua, compuesto por la Bed 
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de la Lengua Castellana por la Academia Espanola^ redoddo t 

un tomo. 4^ Madrid, 1822. 

Dick (Robert) On the derangements of the Organs of Digestion. If 
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Dickens (Charles) The Pickwick Papers. 8° London, 1837. 

Dickson (Samuel) Fallacies of the Faculty; with the Principles of tk 
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Dicta Sapientum, Erasmo Roterodamo interprete. 12^ Paris. 

Dictionaries : — 



Polyglott. — see Calepin, Castell, 
Mmshew, Nemnich. 

African (East) — Salt's Abyssinia. 

American [ United States ] 
Phrases. — ^Pickering. 

Anamitic. — Taberd. 

Anglo - Saxon. — Bosworth, 
Hickes, Junius, Lye. 

Arabic. — ^Freytag, Richardson. 

Armenian. — Armenian, Ciakciak. 

Australian. — Grey. 

Bengali. — Haughton. 

Breton or Celtique.-Bullet, Fran- 
9ois, Le Pelletier, Rostrenan. 

Chinese, Canton Dialect. — Mor- 
rison. 



Coptic. — see Peyron. 

Danish. — Bay. 

Dutch. — Sewell. 

Egyptian. — Tattam. 

English. — Bailey, Crabb, Johfi* 
son, Nares, Skinner, Walker, 
Webster. 

English (Provincial) — Gloestfj) 
Grose, Holloway. 

French. — Boyer, Cotgrave, Die- 
tionnaire de FAcad., DictioD- 
naire de Tr^voux, Iteming h 
Tibbings, Lacombe, LerooXt 
Manage, Roubaud. 

Gaelic. — see Armstrong, and Dic- 
tionary. 



Die — DIG 



93 



Dictionaries, continued: — 

Glerman. — see Adelang, Fliigel, 
Kiittner, Rondeau, Wachter. 

Greek. — ^Biel, Brasse, Donnegan, 
Grebelin, (le Monde Primitif, 
voL 1,) Hederic, Hesjchius, 
Liddell, Morel, Pollux, Schleus- 
ner, Stephanus, Suidas. 

Greek (Moderny— Lowndes. 

Gjpsey. — ^Sorrow's Zincali. 

Hebrew. — Gresenius. 

Hebrew Concordance. — Taylor. 

Hieroglyphic. — : ChampoUion, 
Young. 

Icelandic. — Halderson. 

Irish. — O'Brien. 

Italian. — Alberti, Antonini, Bar- 
retti, Dizionario, Manuzzi, Neu- 
man, Veneroni, Yocabulario 
deUa Crusca. 

Italian©- Armeno-Turcico. — Ci- 
akciak. 

Lapponic. — Ihre. 

Latin. — Ainsworth, Antonio 
Nebris, Facciolati, Prompto- 



Latin (Middle Age) — see Du- 

cange, G^snerus, Spelman. 
Malayan. — Marsden. 
Northern Languages. — Hickes. 
Persian. — Richardson. 
Polish. — Linde. 
Portuguese. — Vieyra. 
Romance. — Fran9ois, Raynouard, 

Roquefort. 
Russ. — Dictionnaire. 
Sanscrit. — Wilson. 
Scottish. — Jamieson. 
Spanish. — Connelly, Diccionario 

de la R. Acad., Neuman Nunez. 
Spanish and Latin. — Antonio 

Nebris. 
Suio-Gothic. — Ihre. 
Swedish. — Widegren. 
Teuto- Gothic. — Meidinger. 
Teutonic. — Schilter. 
Troubadour. — see above, under 

Romance. 
Turkish. — Kieffer, Ciakciak. 
Welsh. — Lhuyd, Owen. 



rium Parvulorum, Scheller. 

DicnoNABT of the Gttelic Language; compiled under the direction of the 
Highland Society of Scotland. 2 vols. 4^ Edinburgh, 1828. 

DiCTioNNAiBE dc TAcad^mic Fran9oise; avec le Supplement. 2 vols. 4° 
Paris, 1822. 

de rAcad^mie Fran9aise; avec le Supplement, par F. Raymond. 
3 vols. 4° Paris, 1835-36. 

de I'Academie Fran9aise. Le Compldment public par un Membre 
de rAcad^mie, avec une preface par Louis Barr^. 4to. Paris, 1842. 

Complet, Fran9ois et Russe, par une Society de Gens de Lettres. 
2 vols. 4** St. Petersbourg, 1786. 

des Sciences Naturelles, dans lequel on traite methodiquement 
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Planches, 12 vols, et Supplement, tome 1. 73 vols. 8** Paris, 
1816-40. 

Universel, Fran9ois et Latin, vulgairement appel^ Dictionnaire 
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^CTTS Cbetensis ct Darcs Phrygius. De BeUo Trojano, ex edit S. 
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94 DIL — DIS 

Dilettanti Society. Specimens of Antient Sculpture, 

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see Attica. 

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see CoUinson. 



DiNARCHUS. — Oratores Attici, vol. 3. 

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Diocletian. His Edict, a.d. 303, fixing a maximum of Prices through- 
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The Roman Antiquities, translated f with Notes and DissertatioiB^^ 

by Edward Spelman. 4 vols, in 2. 4** London, 1758. 

DiSNET (John) Outlines of a Penal Code on the basis of the Law 
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DT[sraeli (Isaac) Amenities of Literature, consisting of Sketches at^^ 
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Calamities of Authors. 2 vols. 8° London, 1812. 

Curiosities of Literature. 6 vols. 12** London, 1834. 

Curiosities of Literature, First and Second Series. 6 vols. 

London, 1824. 

Flim-Flams; or, the Life and Errors of my Uncle, and 



Amours of my Aimt. 3 vols. 12** London, 1806. 

The Illustrator illustrated. 8° London, 1838. 

The Genius of Judaism. 8® London, 1833. 

The Literary Character illustrated by the History of Men ^' 



Genius. 2 vols. 12^ London, 1822. 

Literary Miscellanies, including a Dissertation on Anecdotes. 



12^ London, 1801. 



DIS — DOD 95 

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————— Quarrels of Authors. 3 vols. 8° London, 1814. 

' Romances; consisting of a Persian, a Roman, and an Arcadian 

Romance. 12° London, 1807. 

I Liquiry into the Literary and Political Character of James I. 

I 8** London, 1816. 

^ ' Conmientaries on the Life and Reign of Charles L 5 vols. 8° 

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I i i Eliot, Hampden, and Pym; or, a Reply to [Lord Nugent's] 

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f Documents Historiques in^dits, tir^s des Collections MSS. de la Biblio- 
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• — — Inedits sur I'Histoire de France. — see France. 

. [DoDD (Charles)] The Church History of England, from 1500 to 1688, 
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^ (C. R.) Parliamentary Companion for 1843. 12° London, 

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DoDiNOTON (George Bubb) Diary, from March 8, 1749, to February 6, 
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DoDSLET (Robert) A select Collection of Old Plays, with additional 
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A Collection of Poems, by several hands. 6 vols. 8° London, 

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Annual Register. — see Annual Register. 



DoDWBLL (Edward) A Classical and Topographical Tour through 
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96 DOD — DOU 

DoDWELL (Edward) Views and Descriptions of Cydopian, or Pdttgk 
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Thirty Views in Greece, coloured in the style of the origU 

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Operum Catalogus. — see Heame. 



Dolce (Lodovico) Marianna e Giocasta, Tragedie. — Teatro Itifiai 
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DoLEMAN (R.) Conference about the Succession to the Crovn d 
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see Hayward. 

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DoMENiCHiNO. Picturse Dominici Zampierii, vulgo Domenidiino, qv 
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DoMSRHAM (Adam, de) Historia. — see Heame. 

DoMESDAT Book, sen Liber Censualis Willelmi i. Regis Ang]ifl^ inter 
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(Litroduction to)— see EUis (Sir H.) 

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DoNi (Francesco) — Raccolta di Poesie Rusticali, e di Novelle. 

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Life. — see Walton (Izaak). 

DoNNEOAN (James) A new Greek and English Lexicon. 8® Lond. 182& 

DoNNRLLAN Lecture. — scc Todd. 

DoppET (Le General F. A.) M^moires politiques et militaires. 8" 
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Irish Bolls, yoL 1. 



Leonora, vol. 4. 

Letters, vol. 4. 

Modem Griselda, yoL 1. 

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Edobworth (Maria) Belinda. — British Novelists, vols. 49 and 60. 

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EoLiSBS principales de TEurope, dedi^es h, S. S. Leon xn«. 

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' Slliotson (John) Human Physiology; with the Elementary Part of 
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* Specimens of the early English Poets; with an historical 

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Specimens of early English Metrical Romances; with an his- 



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(Sir Henry) A General Litroduction to Domesday Book; with 



Indexes of the Tenants in Chief, and Under Tenants, &c. 2 vols. 
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Original Letters illustrative of English History, from Auto- 



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Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the 16th, 17th, and 



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p 



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ENG — ENS 107 



ExGUND (History of), 

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Bibliotheca Historico-Geographica ; oder, Verzeichniss aller von 
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Bibliotheca Juridica; oder Verzeichniss aller von 1750 zu 1839, 
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Bibliotheca Philologica; oder Verzeichniss deijenigen Gram- 
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108 ENS — ESS 

£n8un (T. C. F.) Bibliotheca Theologica; oder Verzeichniss aller bit 
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Color Images in the Brain, with a View of the bearings of their 



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3' Section: Sciences M^cales. 27 vols. 8"" Paris, 1824-31. 

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u 



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Hablan (Richard) Fauna Americana. 8^ Philadelphia, 1825. 

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(John) Collection of Voyages and Travels, consisting of above 



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Harwood (John) On Inhalations in Diseases of the Throat and Chest 
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Hayton. Parte Seconda dell' Historia del Signor Hajton, Armena— 
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(Thomas) The Quintessence of English Pbetry; or, a CoSkako 



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Hazlitt (William) Lectures on the English Comic Writers. If 
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see Bodley. 



H E A 147 

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Thoms de Elmham vita et gesta Henrici Quinti Anglorum 
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A Sketch of the Political History of Ancient Greece, translated. 



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Historical Treatises: the Political Consequences of the Reforma- 



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INS — IRV 161 

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y 



162 IRV — JAC 

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Magna Chabta. — see Blackstone. 

Maomo (Cello)— Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

Mahabhabata. — see Langlois. 

c c 



194 MAH — MAI 

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see Belisarius. 



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MAN 197 

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Maps. — see Second Part of Catalogue. 

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see Weber, 

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Hasleburrough (Henry) Chronicle of Ireland. — see Ireland: Ancient 
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Marlet (Miles) On the Nature and Treatment of the Diseases of 
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Marlowe (Christopher) Works. 3 vols. 12° London, 1826. 

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Marry AT (Captain) Jacob Faithful. 12° London, 1838. 

Peter Simple. 12° London, 1838. 

Marsden (William) Bibliotheca Marsdeniana Philologica et Orientalis ; 
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A Dictionary of the Malayan Language; with a Grammar, In- 
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The History of Sumatra. 4° London, 1811. 

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see Michaelis, and Walter. 

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Martin-Marprelate [John Penry] Epistle to the Terrible Priests of 
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[Martineau (Harriet)] The Religion of Socrates, dedicated to Sceptics. 
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Poor Laws and Paupers illustrated. 2 vols. 12° London, 1833. 

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D D 



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Masuccio (Salernitano) — Raccolta di Novelle. 

Maternus (Firmicus) — see Minucius. 

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Mathers (Patrick) Great. and new art of weighing Vanity, or Discovery 

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Paillet (J. B. J.)-^see France: Manuel de Droit. 

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PAL — PAR 231 

Pax-obaye (Sir Francis) — see Records. 

Palingenesia: the World to come. 8® Paris, 1824. 

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Pahliamewt. — House of Commons: — 

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H H 



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Reports not inserted in the Journals, from 1715 to 1800, with 
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Boundary Reports of England, Scotland, and Ireland, 183^ « 
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On East India Affairs, 1806-14. 7 vols. Folio. 

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On the Excise Establishment, 1833-37. 7 vols'. Folio. 

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On Annuities granted to His MjEgesty, 1776-82. 

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On Finance, from 1797-98. 

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Accounts for the Sessions 1799-1800. 
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Pabnaso Esp^ol : Colecdon de Poesias Escogidas de los mas cdlebres 
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Italiano; owero Raccolta de' Poeti Classici Italiani, diligente- 

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see Bellendenus, Catalogue, and Warburton. 



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Pabthenius. — see Historic Poeticse Scriptores. 

Pabxtta (P.) Istoria Veneziana. — see Veneziane. 

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r 




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Patrick (Bishop) W. Lowth, R. Amald, D. Wbilby, and M. Lowmaa- 
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Pathum (SS.) qui temporibuB Apostolicis flonieruat; — Barnabte, de- 
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PEA — PEL 2S7 

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^cocK (Bishop Reynold) Life, being a Sequel of the Life of Widif ; 
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Prkbaoes. Annual Peerage of the British Empire, 1827-29, and 1831. 
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see Banks, Collins, Debrett, Burke, Nicolas, Lodge, and Sharpe. 

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Pkqge (Samuel) Curialia; or, an Historical Accoimt of some branches of 
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^KiowoT (Grabriel) Dictionnaire raisonnd de Bibliologie. 3 vols. 8° 
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Essai de Curiosity Bibliographiques. S° Paris, 1804. 

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• (Le Gr^n^ral)— see Louis xiv., and Vault. 

'^X.HAM (Right Hon. Henry) Memoirs. — see Coxe. 

"^XL Records. Issue Roll of Thomas de Brantingham, containing Pay- 
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Issues of the Exchequer; being Payments made out of his Ma- 
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Issues of the Exchequer; being a collection of Payments made 
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238 PEL — PEN 

FsLLHAM (Edward) Relation of the Ifiseries and Deliyerance of o^ 
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Pellicer y Saforcada (D. Juan Antonio) £nsajo de una BiUiotheei 
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Pelsart (Francis) Yojage and Shipwreck on the Coast of New HoDani 
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Voyage to Australasia in 1628. — ^Pinkerton's Vojages^ yoL U. 

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[Penn (Granville)] Observations in illustration of Virgil's edebrated 
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Estimate of the Mineral and Mosaical Geologies. 2 vols. 8° 



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- Annotations to the Book of the New Covenant; with an Expo- 



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An Essay on Meilals ; or, an Introduction to the Knowledge of 

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see Maistrc. 

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Tracts of the Sixteenth Century, from unique copies, fonnerly 

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PoLiziANO (Angelo) Le Stanze e TOrfeo, ed altre Poesie. 8° MUano, 
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L'Orfeo, Favola Tragica. — Parnaso Italiano, tomo 17. 

PoLLio (Trebellius) — see Historise AugustsB Scriptores. 

Pollux (Julius) Onomasticum, Gnec^ et Latin^ cum Notis J. Lederlini 
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PoLWHELE (Richard) — see Theocritus. 

PoLYiENUs. Strategemata, Gr. et Lat., a J. Yultejo, cum Notis T. Ca- 
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PoLYBius. Historiae, Gr. et Lat., recensuit var. Lectionibus, Adnota- 
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Greneral History, translated from the Greek, by James Hampton. 

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PoMBAii (Marquis of) Life. — see Moore. 

PoMFRET (John) Poems. — British Poets, vol. 29. 

PoMFEins Festus. De Verborum significatione, et Verrii Flacci quae 
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PoMPONins Mela. De Situ Orbis, cum Notis Variorum, curante Ab. 
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Pond (John) and G. B. Airy. Astronomical Observations, made at the 
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Catalogue of the places of 1439 Stars, ref^ed to the 1st Janu- 
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Magnetical and Meteorological Observations, made at the Royal 



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PoNTANUs (Jo. Is.) Answer to the Objections of those who consider the 
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PoNTCHABTBAiN (P. Phclypcaux dc) M^moires concemant les Affaires 
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PoNTis (Le Sieur de) Ses M^moires. — ^Petitot, Coll. des M6moires, 2"** 
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Poole (Jonas) Voyages of Discoverie to Greeneland, and towards the 
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Voyage set forth by Sir Thomas Smith and the Muscovie Com- 



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948 



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Pooa. Collections relative to Sjstematdc Relief of the Poor; viti 

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Poor-Law Commission. Extracts from the information recaved b 

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Report of the Commissioners for inquiring into the AdmiiiiEtil 

tion and practical Operation of the Poor Lawa. 8° London. 1834 

Annual Reports of the Poor-Law Commissioners for Englai 

and Wales, from 1835 to 1843. 9 vola. 8° London. 

General Report of the CommiBsionerB, on the Sanitary Condltii 

of tlie Labouring Population of Great Britain. 8° London, 1848 

Local Reports on the Sanitary Condition of the Laboiuo 

Population of England. 8" London, 1842. 

Supplementary Report : Interment in Towns, by Edwin Ch* 

wick. 8° London, 1843. 

Beports of the Poor-Law Commisaionera on the Sanitary Cond 

tion of the Labouring Population of Scotland. 8° London, 1848, 

Reports, on tlie Employment of Women and Children in Agi 

culture. 8° London, 1843. 

Pope (Alexander) The Worka; with Notes and Rlustrationa by liil 
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Poems, — Rritieh Poets, vols. 40-42. 

EnBoio sobre o Hotnera, tradurido por F. B. Targini, Banw 4 

Sao Lourenqo. 3 vols. 4° Londres, 1819. 

see Bowles, Homerus, and Warton. | 

PoFULATios Returns of Great Britain for 1831. 3 vols. foL | 

of England, Wales, and Scotland, for 1841. 2 vok. fol. ' 

of Ireland, for 1831, 1841. 2 vols. fol. 

PoBCHESTER (Lord) The Moor, a Poem. 8° London, 1827. ' 

PoRHTBoGENiTua (Constantinns) — see Constaniinus. 

PoHsoir (Richard) Letters to Archdeacon Travis, in answer to t 

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I-ondon, 1790. 

Notoj in Aristophanem, cum Pluto Comffidia, ex ejuBdom reo^ 

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Tracts and Miscellaneous Criticisma, arranged by T. Kidd. 

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see Photius. 

PoKTE (P. de la) M^noires, cimtenunt plus 

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FOR — POZ 249 

Porter (G. R.) Tables of the Revenue, Population, Commerce, &c., of 
the United Kingdom and its Dependencies, from 1820 to 1840. 10 
vols. fol. London, 1833-42. 

Tables shewing the Trade of the United Elngdom with different 
Foreign countries and British possessions, in each of the ten years, 
from 1831 to 1840. Folio. London, 1842. 

(Henry) The Two Angry Women of Abington ; edited by 
Alexander I>yce. (Percy Society.) 8** London, 1841. 

(Jane) Thaddeus of Warsaw. 12'' London, 1831. 

PoRTBUs (Bishop Beilby) Poems. — British Poets, vol. 58. 

Portfolio (The) ; or, a Collection of State Papers &c., illustrative of 
the History of Our Times. 6 vols. 8** London, 1836-37. 

by Oliver OldschooL 4 vols. 4** Philadelphia, 1801-4. 

PoRTLocK (J. E.) Report on the Geology of the county of Londonderry, 
and of parts of Tyrone and Fermanagh. S° Dublin, 1843. 

' (Captain Nathaniel) Voyage round the World, and to the 

Korth-west Coast of America. 4° London, 1789. 

Port-Royal (Notice sur)— Petitot, Coll. des Memoires, 2~** S6rie, 
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Porto (Luigi)— Raccolta di Novelle. 

Portraits. — see Second Part of Catalogue. 

Portugal. — Diario das Cortes geraes e extraordinarias da Na^ao Portu- 
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An Historical View of the Revolutions of Portugal since the 
close of the Peninsular War. 8° London, 1827. 

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Postage — Report from the Select Committee on Postage, August 14, 
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"^>"rocKi (Le Comte Jean) Histoire ancienne du Gouvemement de 
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Histoire ancienne du Gouvemement de Podolie. 4° St. 
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Histoire ancienne du Gouvemement de Wolhynie. 4** St. 
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8* Oxford, 1828. 

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*^^>ttinger (Sir Henry) Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde. 4° London, 

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^^^^yrELL (Baden) State Education, with reference to prevalent miscon- 
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*^O220 (Le Comte Ferdinand) Essai sur les anciennes Asscmblees 
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Delia Felicity che gl* Italiani pcssono e debbono dal Governo 
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K K 



250 



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Pbadt (Dominique D. de) Du Congres de Vienne. 2 vols. S° Parii», 
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Pratt (Jobn Tidd) The Savings' Banks in England, Wales, and Ireland, 
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Table of the Progress of Savings' Banks, from 1830 to 1837. 

8° London, 1838. 

Precedence. — The Court and Country Companion; or. Precedence 
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pR^MOiLLE (La) ou Tr^mouille. — see Bayard,, and Bouchet. 

pRESBYTERiANiSM. The Burdeu of Issachar ; or, the Tyrannical Power 
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Prescott (W. H.) History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella, the 
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Preston (William) — see Apollonius Rhodius. 



Pretender. Tracts relative to the 
8° London &c., 1726-50. 

Manifesto of a Certain Power. London, 
1744. 

Account of the intended Invasion by 
the Chevalier's son. Ibid. 1 744. 

Norwich Dream ; or, a Vision con- 
cerning the present Rebellion. Ibid. 
1745. 

The case of Charles, the son of James. 
Ibid. 1745. 

Collection of all the Poems upon 
Charles, Prince of Wales. Ibid. 
1745. 

Dathan*8 Account of the Rebellion; 
being the Chronicle of William, the 
son of George. Ibid. 1746. 

The Lamentations of Charles, son of 
James, for the loss of the battle of 
Culloden. Ibid. 1746. 

The Young Chevalier; or, a genuine 
Narrative of all that befell that un- 
fortunate Adventurer, after his de- 
feat. Ibid. 

The Wanderer ; or, surprising Escape 
of the Pretender. Ibid. 

Memoirs of John Murray, Esq., Secre- 
tarv to the young Pretender. Ibid. 
174'7. 



Pretender and Scotland. 2 vols. 

Sketch of the Life and Character of 
Charles Radcliffe, concerned in tb« 
Rebellions of 1715 & 45. Ibid. 174^- 

The Pretender's Proclamations, &c 

The Highland Fair ; or, the Union of 
the Clans, an Opera, with Soogs set 
to Musick, by Joseph Mitchell* 
London, 1731. 

A Dissuasive from Jacobinism, she^^* 
ing what the Nation is to expect 
from a Popish King, and in parti- 
cular from the Pretender. Ibid. 1745. 

Address to the Lowest Sort of Fwp^^ 
on the subject of Popery and tl»^ 
Pretender. Ibid. 1745. , 

The Spirit and Principles of the \Mii^ 
and Jacobites compared. Ibid. 174^* 

A Collection of Loyal Songs and Poex**** 
Ibid. 1750. 

Letter from a Gentleman in Scotlat»d, 
concerning the slavish dependenci*'' 
in which part of that nation is k«?P^ 
by Superiorities, Wards, Clanship*» 
&c. Ibid. 1746. 

A Disqmsition on the nature of Regfl^^' 
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Voyages and Relations of Africa, 
Ethiopia, Palestina, Natolia, Syria, 
Arabia, Persia, and otlier parts of 
Asia, Assyria, Armenia, India, and 
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Perigrinations in Tartary and China, 
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Vojages to the East, West, and South 
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Rob Roy 7, 8 

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Stampa (Graspara) — Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

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A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, Bad tlx 

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Stbabo. Res Geograpbicte, Gr. et Lat., cum Casauboni ct varioruo 
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■ The Begal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of England; with a 

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Complete View of the Manners, Customs, Arms, Habits, &c., of 



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A Complete View of the Dress and Habits of the People of 



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The Sports and Pastimes of the People of England. 4° Lon- 



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The Test of Guilt; or. Traits of ancient Superstition, a Dra- 



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Strtpb (John) Works; with General Lidex. 26 vols. 8® Oxford, 

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Ecclesiastical Memorials, relating chiefly to Religion, and the 

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AnnftlR of the Reformation and Establishment of Religion, and 



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see Richard of Cirencester. 

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Ses Memoires. — ^Petitot, Coll. des M^moires, 1" S^rie, tome 37. 

Threlkejld (L. E.) An Australian Grammar. 8^ Sydney, 1834. 

Throckmorton (Sir Nicholas)— see Jardine. 

Thuanus (Jac. Aug.) Historise sui Temporis, ab anno 1543 ad 1607, 
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Thuctdides. De Bello Peloponnesiaco, cum Scholiis Gra&cis, Notis 
iUustravit, Indicesque (in vol. 3), et Versio Latina, adjecit, Chr. F. 
Haackius. 4 vols. S° Londini, 1823. 

■ The History of the Peloponnesian War, the text according to 
Bekker's edition; with English Notes, by Thomas Arnold. 3 vols. 8^ 
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Commentarii Critici in Thucydidem, a T. F. Benedict. 8® 



Lipsite, 1815. 

Thunbero (C. P.) An Account of the Cape of Good Hope, and some 
parts of the Interior of Southern Africa. — Pinkerton's Voyages, 
vol. 16. 

Thurloe (John) A collection of State Papers, containing Memorials of 
English Affairs, from 1638 to the Restoration of Charles ii.; with the 
life of Thurloe, by Thomas Birch. 7 vols. fol. London, 1742. 

Thynn (Francis) The Debate between Pride and Lowliness; with Notes 
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TiBUUiUS. Opera Onmia, ex editione Huschkii ; cum Notis in usnm 
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Elegies, translated by James Grainger. — British Poets, vol. 93. 

TiCKBLL (Thomas) Poems. — ^British Poets, vol. 27. 

TiECK (Ludwig) Sammtliche "Werke. 2 vols. 8® Paris, 1841. 

TiLLBMONT (Sebast. le Nain de) M6moires pour servir k I'Histoire Eccle- 
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Histoire des Empereurs des Six "premieres Siccles. 6 vols. 4° 

Paris, 1690-1738. 

TiLLOTSON (Archbishop John) Works ; with Life, by Thomas Birch. 
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TiMBERLEY (Hcnric) Voyage from Cairo to Jerusalem, in 1601. — ^Pur- 
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TiMB (A new View of); being the first distinct Trettise tnd the fii0^ 
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1834. 

TiMON, a Play; now first printed, edited by Alexander Dyce. (ShaL^ 
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Timor (Memoirs of )— see Stewart. 

TiNDAL (N.) — see Rapin. 

TiRABoscHi (Girolamo) Storia della Letteratora Italiana. 9 vols. 8^ 
Firenze, 1805-13. 

TissoTT (C. J.) ParallMc du Christianisme et du Rationalisme, sous \& 
rapport dogmatique. 8° Paris, 1829. 

Titian. Notices of his Life and Works, by A. Hume. 8° London, 1829. 

TiTMARSH [ W. M. Thackeray] The Second Funeral of Napolecm, and the 
Chronicle of the Drum. 12** London, 1841. 

TiTsiNGH (Isaac) Nipon O Dai Itsi Ran; ou, Annales des Empereurs du 
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de ri^stoire Mythologique du Japon, par M. J. Klaproth. (OrienUl 
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TiTTMANN (J. A. H.) Pragmatische Geschichte der Theologie und 
Religion in der Protestantischen Kirche, wahrend der zweiten Halfle 
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TocQUEviLLE ( Alexis de) De la Democratic en Amerique. 4 vols, in 2. 
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see Beaumont. 

Tod (Lieut.-Colonel James) Annals and Antiquities of Riyahstlian, or 
the Central and Western Rajpoot States of India. 2 vols. 4" 
London, 1829-32. 

Todd (Henry John) Original Sin, Free-will, Grace, Regeneration, hc^ 
as maintained in certain declarations of our Reformers. 8° Ixmdon, 
1818. 

Illustrations of the Lives and Writings of Grower and Chaooer. 

8** London, 1810. 

History of the College of Bonhommes, at Ashridge, in the coonty 



of Buckingham, from original records ; with a Description of the 
present mansion. Folio. London (privately printed), 1823. 

An Account of Greek Manuscripts, chiefly Biblical, which hd 



been in the possession of the late Professor Carlyle; the greater part 
of which are now deposited in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lombetli- 
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see Milton, Walton, and Wordsworth. 

(James Henthorn) Discourses on the Prophecies relating to 



Antichrist, in the Writings of Daniel and St Paul, preached, hdo^ 
the University of Dublin, at the Donnellan Lecture, 1838. ^ 
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see Wicljrffe. 

(T. John) The Book of Analysis; or, a New Method of Expe- 



rience. 8° London, 1831. 
ToELKEN (E. H.) Berliner Kunst-Blatt. 4** Berlin, 1828-29. 

ToFiNO DE San Miguel (Vincente) Derrotero de las Costas de Espan* 
en el Mediterraneo. 4° Madrid, 1787. 



TOF — TOR 309 

ToFiico DB San Migubl (Yincente) Espana Maritima; or, the Spaniah 
Coasting Pilot, with the Balearic Islands and Coast of Portugal, 
translated by Jo. Dougall. 4° London, 1812. 

ToKFUT-UL-MujAHiDEEN. — soe Bowlandson. 

Toi^AND (John)— see Harrington. 

ToLOMMEi (Claudio) — Raccolta di Poesie Liriche, e di Ptose. 

ToMUNE (Bishop Greorge) Elements of Christian Theology. 2 vols. 8^ 
Ix>ndon, 1820. 

see Pitt. 

ToMLiNS (Sir Thomas E.) Law Dictionary. 2 vols. 4"^ London, 1820. 

ToMMASEO (M. N.)-H9ee France. 

ToMMASi (Antonio) — Raccolta di Poesie Liriche. 

Tonkin (Thomas) Manuscript Collections for the History of Cornwall. — 
see Gilbert. 

I TooKE (John Home) EIIEA IITEPOENTA; or, the Diversions of Parley. 
2 vols. 4** London, 1798-1805. 

New Edition, revised by R. Taylor. 2 vols. 8^ London, 1829. 

see Feam. 

(Thomas) Considerations on the state of the Currency. 8^ 
London, 1826. 

A Letter to Lord Grenville, on the effects ascribed to the 
Resumption of Cash Payments on the value of Currency. 8^ 
London, 1829. 

A History of Prices and the state of Circulation, from 1793 to 
1839; with Remarks on the Com Laws. 3 vols. 8"" Lond 1838-40. 

Liquiry into the Currency Principle, the connexion of the 
Currency with Prices, and the expediency of a separation of Issue 
from Banking. 8° London, 1844. 

(William) — see Lucianus. 

TooNE (William) A Chronological Record of the remarkable Public 
Events during the reigns of George ui. and iv. and William iv. 8° 
London, 1834. 

■**opoGRAPHER (The) A variety of Original Articles, iUustrative of the 
Local History and Antiquities of England, by Sir Egerton Brydges 
and S. Shaw. 4 vols. 8** London, 1789-91. 

•■^Obcy (Le Marquis de) M^moires, pour servir k THistoire des N^o- 
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Petitot, ColL des M^moires, 2"** S^rie, tomes 67, 68. 

"^orelli (Jos.) — see Archimedes. 

•*^Oreno (El Conde de) Historia del Levantamiento, Guerra, y Revolucion 
de E^mna. 3 vols. 8"" Paris, 1838. 

'^orqubmada (Juan de) Monarquia Lidiana, con el Origen, y Guerras de 
los Lidios Occidentales, de sua poblaciones, descubrimiento, conquista, 
conversion, y otras cosas maravillosas de la misma tierra. 3 vols. fol. 
Madrid, 1723. 
-^DRBE (Francesco)— Raccolta di Prose. 

^ORRENS (R.) The Budget: on Commercial and Colonial Policy; with an 
Introduction, in whidi the deductive Method of Mill is applied to the 
solution of some questions in Political Economy. 8^ London, 1844. 



310 TOR — TRA 

Torres (L. Vaez de) Bdatioii oonceming the DiscoTcries of Qinroi, 
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ToRRiGiANi (Carlo) Tre Dissertazioni lette All' Imp. EL Reale Accadenna 
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ToRSHELL (Samuel) A design ahout disposing the Bible into an Hannooj. 
— Phenix, voL 1, No. 3. 

ToTA Itihas. The Tales of a Parrot, in Bengali, edited hj G. C. 
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TouRNEFORT (J. P. de) A Yojage into the LeTant; with Life, hj 
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[TousTAiN (CharlesF.)etR.P. Tassin.] Nouveau Traits de Dipl<mui^Qe. 
6 vols. 4^ Paris, 1750-65. 

TowNSEND (Francis) Calendar of Knights; containing Lists of the Garter. 
Thistle, Bath, St. Patrick, Guelphic, and Ionian Orders, kc 8° 
London, 1828. 

ACatalogueofKnights,£roml660tol760. 8"* London, 1833. 

(George) The Old and New Testament, arranged in historical 



and chronological order. 4 vols. 8® London, 1827. 



— The CEdipus Romanus; or, an Attempt to prove, from the prin- 
ciples of Sir W. Drummond, that the twdve Caesars are the twdrc 
Signs of the Zodiac. 8° London, 1819. 



(Joseph) A Journey through Spain, in 1786 and 1787. 3 vols. 

8"* London, 1792. 

TowNsoN (Archdeacon Thomas) Discourses on the Gospels, and on Etsd- 
geHcal History. 8° DubUn, 1832. 

Practical Discourses. 8® London, 1828. 

Tracts. A Collection of Tracts on American Affairs. 51 vols. 8** v.i. 

A Collection of Tracts, formed by the Athenaeum Club. I86vob. 



8** London, 1821-43. 



A Collection of Tracts, from the Library of Sir James MackintosL 

21 vols. 8"* 1805-16. 

A Collection of MisceUaneous Tracts. 23 vols. foL 4*", 8** & 12= 

A Collection of Tracts, from the Library of the Rev. James 



Nasmith. 43 vols. 8° 1759-1802. 



A Collection of Tracts, from the Library of Morton Pitt, Esq. 



139 vols. 4°&8° 1695-1796. 



for the Times, by Members of the University of Oxford; with 



Index, by D. Croly. 6 vols. 8° London, 1838-42. 



for tlie Times Controversy by Pusey, Palmer, Wiseman, Sib- 
thorp, Keble, Powell, Hampden, Benson, &c &c. 13 vols. 8** Loo- 
don, and Oxfonl, 1839-44. 

*^* The Contents of these and the other Collections of Tracts in the Library, are 
given separately, in alphabetical order, in the Second Fkrt of the Catalogae. 



for the Times. — see Page. 



Tkahkhnk (John Montgomery) — see Cradock. 

'l^^AiTKs do Puix. — see Duntont, Koch, Martens, and Wenck. 



T R A 311 

^N8 ACTIONS OF LiTERARY AND SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES. — ^ENGLAND. 

The Publications of the Aelfric Society, from the commencement. 
S"" London, 1843 &c 

Proceedings of the African Association for promoting the Discovery 
of the Interior of Africa. 4^ London, 1790. 

Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, firom the 
commencement. 8^ London, 1840. 

Archseologia; or, Miscellaneous Tracts relating to Antiquity, pub- 
lished by the Society of Antiquaries of London, from 1749 to 
1843; with Lidex to the first 15 vols., and a Catalogue of the 
Printed Books and MSS. in the Society's library, in 1816. 
31 vols. 4** London, 1779-1844. 

Transactions of the Institute of British Architects of London, for 
1836 and 1836, vol 1, part 1. 4"" London, 1836. 

Transactions of the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manu- 
factures, and Commerce, from the commencement in 1783. 8^ 
London. 

Annual Reports of the Committee of Management of the Art-Union 
of London, from 1836. 8^ London. 

Report presented to the General Committee of Management of 
the Art-Union, in December, 1841, on the most efficient mode of 
working the enlarged means of the Association. 8^ 1844. 

Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and 
Ireland, from its commencement in 1823 to 1830. 3 vols. 4^ 
London, 1827-35. 

The Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, from the commencement 
in 1834. 8'' London. 

Proceedings of the Astronomical Society, from the commencement 
in 1828. 8° London. 

Reports of the Meetings of the British ALSSociation for the Advance- 
ment of Science, from the commencement in 1831. 8^ London, 
1833. 

Cambridge Antiquarian Society's Publications, from the commence- 
ment. 4° Cambridge. 

The Publications of the Camden Society, from the commencement 
in 1838. 4'' London. 

Transactions of the Cymmrodorion, or Metropolitan Cambrian In- 
stitution, vol. 1, and vol. 2, part 1. 8° London, 1822. 

The Publications of the English Historical Society, from the com- 
mencement in 1838. 8^ London. 

Transactions of the Central Society of Education. 3 vols. 8^ 
London, 1837-39. 

Transactions and Proceedings of the London Electrical Society, 
from 1837 lo 1840. 4° London, 1841. 

Proceedings of the London Electrical Society, from 1841 to 1843; 
edited by C. V. Walker. 8** London, 1843. 

The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London, from 
the commencement in 1830; with Index to the first 10 volumes, 
by J. R. Jackson. 8^ London. 

Transactions of the Geological Society, from 1807 to 1842. Both 
Series. 1 1 vols. 4'' London, 1811 -42. 



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TrASSACTIOSS. ^E3f6I.AJn>y 

Froeeediiigs of the Geologicil Socic tj, finom die oommeiioement in 
KoTember, 1826. 8^ London, 18S4. 

Tnn§ictioDS of the Tirnifn Societj of London, finom its oommenoe- 
ment in 1788. 4** London, 1791. 

TiannetioDs of the Bojal Sodetj of Literature of the United 
Kingdom, from 1821 to 1839. 3 Tob. 4"" London, 1829-39. 
Second Series, from 1843. 8^ 

Proceedings of the BotiI Societj of Literature, finom the com- 
menoement in 1842. 8^ London. 

The Oriental Transbtion Fund Publications, fix>m the commence- 
ment in 1829. 4° and 8^ London. 

Eurlj English Poetij, BaDads, and P<^Nilar Literature of the Kddle 
Ages; edited from original MSS. and scarce pnbBcaticHis, hj the 
Percy Societj. 8^ London, 1840. 

Philosophical Transactions of the Bojal Societj of London, from 
the conmiencemoit in 1665 to the present time; with Index to 
the first 70 Tc^omes, bj P. H. Matj, continned to 1820. 4' 
London, 1668 &c 

Proceedings of the Bojal Societj of London, fincnn the conmience- 
ment in 1830. 8** London. 

Transactions of the Pljmoath Institution. 8^ Pljmoath, 1830. 

The Publications of the Shakespeare Societj, finom the commence- 
ment in 1841. 8^ London. 

Transactions of the Statistical Societj of London, voL 1. 4° 
London, 1837. 

Journal of the Statistical Societj of London, firom the commence- 
ment in 1838. &" London, 1839. 

Beport of a Conmiittee of the Manchester Statistical Society on the 
State of Education. 8° London, 1837. 

Transactions of the Zoological Societj of London, from the com- 
mencement. 4° London, 1835. 

Proceedings of the Zoological Societj of London, from the com- 
mencement in 1830. 8^ London, 1831. 

Anniift.1 Beports of the Auditors of Accounts of the Zoolpgic&I 
Societj, from 1830. 8** London. 

Transactions. — Scotland. 

Prize Essajs and Transactions of the Highland Societj of Scotland, 
from the commencement of the New Series in 1829. 8® Edinb. 

Transactions of the Bojal Societj of Edinburgh, from 1785 to 1843. 
15 vols. 4** Edinburgh, 1788-1843. 

Proceedings of the Bojal Societj of Edinburgh, from 1839. S*' 

Transactions of the Literarj and Antiquarian Societj of Perth, 

voL 1. 4° Perth, 1827. 
Memoirs of the Wemerian Natural Historj Societj, from the com 

mencement in 1808, to 1837. 7 vols. 8** Edinburgh, 1811-^ 

Transactions. — Ireland. 

Transactions of the Bojal Irish Academj, from 1787 to 1841 
with Index from 1786 to 1813, bj Nicholas CarHsle. 19 vols 
4° Dublin, 1788-1843. 
Proceedings of the Bojal Irish Academj, from 1 836. 8° Dublin, 1 837 



T R A 31H 

Transactions. — Ireland, continued. 

Tracts relating to Ireland, printed bj the Irish Archsoological So- 
ciety, from the commencement. 4° Dublin, 1841. 

Transactions of the Ibemo-Celtic Society, for 1820, vol. 1, part 1, 
by Edward O'ReiUy. 4'' Dublin, 1820. 

Reports of the Committee of Selection of the Royal Irish Art- 
Union, from 1839-43. 8° Dublin. 

iLAMSACTIONS. — InDIA &C. 

Transactions of the Asiatic Society, instituted in Bengal, for in- 
quiring into the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, 
and Literature of Asia. 20 vols. 4'' Calcutta, 1788-1839. 

Transactions of the Literary Society of Bombay. 3 vols. 4° 
London, 1819-24. 

Verhandelingen van het Bataviasch Grenootschap der Eunsten en 
Weetenschappen, vols. 1, 3, and 6. 8'' Batavia, 1779-92. 

Transactions of the Philosophical Society of Tasmania, from the 
conmiencement. 8° Hobart Town, 1840. 

Transactions. — America. 

Transactions and Collections of the American Antiquarian Society, 
voL 1. 8** Worcester, Massachusetts, 1820. 

Transactions of the American Philosophical Society for promoting 
Useful Knowledge, from the commencement in 1768. Vols. 
1 to 6 (wanting vol. 4), and the New Series, vols. 1 to 3, part 2. 
9 vols. 4** Philadelphia, 1789-1827. 

Transactions of the Maryland Academy of Science and Literature, 
vol. 1, part 1. 8** Baltimore, 1837. 

Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society, from 1792 to 
1823. The First and Second Series. 20 vols, in 10. 8"* Boston, 
1806-23. 

Memoirs of the Board of Agriculture of the State of New York, 
vols. 2 and 3. 8* Albany, 1823-26. 

Memoirs of the Pennsylvania Agricultural Society. 8° Philadel- 
phia, 1824. 

Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, from 
the commencement in 1817, to 1825. 5 vols. 8^ Philadelphia. 

Transactions. — ^Beloium. 

Nonveaux M^moires de rAcad^mie Royale des Sciences et Belles- 
Lettres de Bruxelles, depuis 1839. 4^ Bruxelles, 1839. 

Mdmoires couronn^es par I'Academie Royale des Sciences et Belles- 
Lettres de Bruxelles, tome 15. 4° Bruxelles, 1841. 

Bulletins de I'Academie Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de 
Bruxelles, depuis 1832. 11 vols, in 15. 8'' Bruxelles, 1835. 

Traksactions. — Denmark. 

Ajinaler for Nordisk Oldkyndighed, udgivne af det Eongelige 
Nordiske Oldskrift-Selskab. 4 vols. 8"" Eiobenhaun, 1836-43. 

M^oires de la Society Royale des Antiquaires da Nord, depuis 
1836. 2 vols. 8'' Copenhague. 

s s 



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Transactions. — France. 

Histoire et Memoires de rAcademie dea Sciences, depnia eon et»- 
blissement en 1666, jusqu'en 1790. 166 vols. 4"* Paria, 1701-Sl 



Historia Academic Scientiamm, a Da- 

hameL 1701. 
Histoire de rAcademie des Scieoces, 

1666-99. 11 vols, in 14. 1733. 
Histoire et Memoires, 1699-1790. 93 

vols. 1702-97. 
Tables Astronomiqaes de La Hire: 

Saitedel702. 1735. 
Grandeur de la Terre, par Cassini: Suite 

de 1718. 1720. 
Geomctrie de Tlnfini, par Fontenelle : 

Suite de 1727. 1727. 
Traitc de T Aarore Borcale : Soite de 

1731. 1734. 
Elemens d'Astronomie, et TaUes As- 

tronomiques, par Cassini ; avec Addi- 

tion8,pai<?.deThiiry.3Tols. 1740-56. 
Meridienne de Paris, par Canini de 

Thory : Suite de 174a 1744. 
Nouveau Traito de Trigonometrie rec- 

tiligne et spherique, par M. Dcpar- 

cieux. 1741. 
Fiffure de la Terre determinee par 

Bouguer et De la Condamine : Suite 

de 1744. 1749. 
Justification des Memoires de TAca- 

demie &c, par Bouguer. 1752. 
Traite d'Optique, sur la Gradation de 

la I^umiere, par Bouguer, et De la 

CaiUe. 1760. 



Journal d*im Voyage ilTquamr^Dt 
la Condamioe : Suite de 1751. 175L 
■ Sapplements, par k 



1752-^54. 

Mysore des troia premiers Degradi 
Moridien, par De la Condamine. ITSL 

Reponsede M. * * * i la Letne de K 
Bonder, cor dirers points ^Am*- 
nomie pntique. 1754. 

Voyagedans 1' Ameriqoe SepleiitnoBk, 
MrM.de Chabert, 1750-51. ITUL 

Memoires donncs ^ rAcademie, yt 
M. Fontaine: Suite de 1762. ITM. 

Jonmal da Voyage de M. CoaztnmaL 
1768. 

Memoires de Ifatheinatiqoe etdePkt- 
siqae, presentes par diven Sxnm 
Etrangers. 11 toIs. 1750-«€. 

Recneil des Pieces qoi ont lempoiti \a 
Prix, de 1720-72. 9 ▼ols. 1721-::. 

Recneil des Machines approinr««fpff 
rAcademie, depnis son etabliMBcit 
jnsqn'en 1754. 7 Tola. 1735-7:. 

Tables des liatidres, de 166^1790, pr 
Godin, Demonrs, et Cocte. 10 fok 
1734-1809. 

NouTelles Tables des Articles cootns 
dans la Collection des Arts et It- 
tiers &c, 1666-1770, par \'l\^ 
Rosier. 4 yoIs. 1775-76. 



Histoire de rAcademie Rojale des Inscriptions et Bdles-Lettres 
depuis son etablissement jusqu'^ 1793. (Index, in vols. 11,21 
34, 44, 51); avec le Tableau general, raisonn^ et m^*thodique. 
des Ouvrages contenus dans ce Recueil, par M. Dfe rATenh/ 
52 vols. 4^ Paris, 1736-1843. 

Memoires de Tlnstitut National des Sciences et des Arts, Botb 
Series. 80 vols. 4"* Paris, 1798-1844. 

1" Serie, — Ancien Institute 32 vols. — viz.: 

Sciences Physiques et Mathematiques, 1798-1815. 14 vok. 4 

1798-1818. 

Litterature et Beaux- Arts. 5 vols. 1798-1804. 

Sciences, Morales et Politiques. 5 vols. 1798-1804. 

Savants Etrangers: Sciences Math^atiques et Physiques. 2vcIn 
1805-11. 

Base du Sjstome Metrique Decimal, par Delambre. 3 Tuk 
1806-21. 

Recueil d'Observations Geodesiques, Astronomiques, etPhjsiqutfs 
par MM. Arago et Biot. 1821. 

Rapports sur lea Progres des Sciences Naturelles et Mathemi* 
tiques, de Tllistoire et de la Litterature ancienne, par Cuvier, 
Delambre, et Dacier. 1810. 

Rapports sur les Ouvrages admis au concours pour le IVix 
Decennaux. 1810. 



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Memoires de I'lnstitut National. 

2"^ Serie, — Nouvelle Division^ 48 vols. — viz. : 

Memoires de rAcad^mie Rojale des Sciences. 18 vols. 1816-41. 

Memoires pr^nt^ par divers Savants Strangers. 8 vols. 181 7-43. 

Memoires de I'Acad^mie Royale des Inscriptions etBelles-Lettres. 
13 vols. 1815-38. 

M6moirespr6sent& par divers Savants Etrangers. l^Serie. 1841. 

2"^ S^rie. Antiquities de la France, vol. 1. 1843. 

M^oires del' Academic Royale des Sciences Morales et Politiques. 
4 vols. 1837-43. 

M^oires pr^sent^s par divers Savants Etrangers, tome 1. 1841. 
Recueil de Discours, Rapports, et Pii^ces diverses, lus dans les 

Stances publiques et particuli^res de TAcademie Fran9aise, 

1820-29. 1843. 
Recueil de Discours, Rapports et Pieces diverses, lus dans les 

Stances publiques et particuli^res de TAcad^mie Fran9aise, 

1830-39. 1841. 

Comtes Rendus hebdomadaires des Seances de I'Acad^mie des 

Sciences, depuis 1836. 4° Paris. 
Linstitut. Journal general des Soci^t^ et Travaux scientifiques de 

la France et de TEtranger, depuis 1833. Folio. Paris. 
Annales du Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (1802-13); avec 

la Table. 21 vols. 4° Paris, 1802-27. 

Memoires du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle (1813-31). 20 vols. 
4** Paris, 1815-32. 

Nouvelles Annales du Museum d'Histoire Naturelle (1832-35). 
4 vols. 4° Paris, 1832-35. 

Archives duMuseum d'Histoire Naturelle, depuis 1839. 4° Paris, 
1839-43. 

Bulletin des Sciences, par la Societe Philomatique de Paris. 3 vols. 
4° Paris, 1824-26. 

Thansactions. — Germany. 

Histoire de TAcademie Royale des Sciences et Belles-Lettres de 
Berlin, depuis son origine jusqu'ii present; avec les Pitices 
originales. 4° Berlin, 1752. 

Miscellanea Berolinensia, ex scriptis SocietatiRegiseScientiarum, 
edita. 8 vols, in 4. 4° Berolini, 1710-43. 

Histoire et Memoires de 1' Academic Royale des Sciences et Belles- 
Lett res, depuis son renouvellement en 1745 jusqu'en 1769. 
25 vols. 4° Berlin, 1746-71. 

Nouveaux Memoires, 1770-86. 17 vols. 4° Berlin, 1772-88. 

Memoires depuis Tavenement de Frederick ii., 1 786-1 804. 1 3 vols. 

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College, Cambridge, edited by James Goodwin. (Percy Society.) ^ 

London, 1844. 
Old Ballads, illustrating the Great Frost of 1683-84, and the 

Fair on the River Thames; collected and edited by E. F. RimbaulU 

(Percy Society.) 8° London, 1844. 



APPENDIX. 843 

Balzac (H. de) Esther. 2 vols. 12'' Braxelles, 1844. 

Modeste Mignon; Sc^ne de la Vie privde. 12** Bmxelles, 1844. 

Basoagli (Scipion) I Trattenimenti; dove da Vaghe Donne, e da Giovani 
Huomini, rappresentati sono honesti, e dilettevoli Giuochi. 4° Yenezia, 
Giunti, 1587. 

Bbix (T.) — see Pitzroy. 

Bevis ( Jolm) Experimental Inquiry into the qualities &c. of the Mineral 
Waters lately discovered at Bagnigge Wells. 12° London, 1760. 

Blair's Chronological Tables, from the Creation to the present time, 
with Additions and Corrections, from the most authentic Writers, 
including the Computation of St. Paul, as connecting the period from 
the Exode to the Temple. 8° L<nidon, 1844. 

BoLLANDUS (Joannes) Acta Sanctorum, quotquot toto orbe coluntur, 
coUegit, digessit, Notis iUustravit; continuata per G. Henschenium, 
D. Papebrochium, C. Suyskenum, C. Byeum, et alios. 52 vols. fol. 
VenetaB et Bruxellis, 1734-86. 

E Boston. Thirteenth Annual Report of the Receipts and Expenditure of 
the City of Boston. 8"" Boston, 1842. 

: Bbamdon. St. Brandon: a Medisyal Legend of the Sea^ edited by Thomas 
Wright (Percy Society.) 8** London, 1844. 

Bbat (Charles) Essay upon the imion of Agriculture and Manufactures, 
and upon the oiganization of Industry. 12° London, 1844. 

Brsreton (Sir William) Travels in Holland, the United Provinces, 
England, Scotland, and Ireland, 1634-35. (Chetham Society.) 4"" 
London, 1844. 

Bbouguton (T. D.) Letters written in a Mahratta Camp, descriptive of 
the Manners, Habits, &c, of the Mahrattas. 4° London, 1813. 

Selections firom the popular Poetry of the Hindoos, arranged and 

translated. 8° London, 1814. 

Browne (T. B.) The National Bankruptcy, and other Poems. 12^ 
London, 1844. 

BuLLABiuM Magnum Romanum, a Leone Magno, ad Benedictum xiv. 
(1757) [a Laertio Cherubino]. 19 vols, in 11. fol. Luxemburgi, 
1727-58. 

Bulletins, printed for the use of the Foreign Office, from the year 1793 
to 1836. 42 vols. 12** London, v. y. 

Calvxnus (Joannes) Opera Omnia, recognita et Indicibus adomata. 
9 vols. foL Amstelodami, 1671. 

Catalogue of the Chinese Library of the Royal Asiatic Society, by 
S. Kidd. 8° London, 1838. 

■ Fortegnelse over Selskabets Athemeums Bogsamling; (or. Cata- 

logue of the Library of the Athenseum at Copenhagen.) 12° 1834. 

Chalcocondtlas (Laonicus) Historite de Rebus Turcicis, Gr.et Lat., cum 
Indice, ex recogn. J. Bekkeri. (Script Byzant) 8° Bonnse, 1843. 

Chateaubbiand (Le Vicomte A. F. de) Vie de Ranc6. 12** Bruxelles, 

1844. 
Cherry (Henry Curtis) Illustrations of the Saints' Days, and other 

Festivals of the Church. 2 vols. 18** London, 1844. 

Cherubini (Laertius)-*see Bullarium. 



344 APPENDIX- 

Coke (Sir Edward) The Institutes of the Laws of England; or, a Com- 
mentary upon Littleton; with Notes, by ^Francis Hargrave, Charles 
Butler, and others. 7 vols. 8° London, 1809. 

Colonial Land and Emigration Commission General Report 8° Lon- 
don, 1843. 

Creation. Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation. 8° London, 

1844. 
Croke (John) — see Psalms. 

Croker (T. C.) — see Ireland. 

Dante Allighieri. La Divina Commedia. 3 vols. foL Parma, 
co'tipi Bodoniani, 1795. 

D'Arlincourt (Le Yieomte) Les Anneaux d'une Chaine. 2 vols. If 
Bruxelles, 1844. 

Darwin (Charles) The Structure and Distribution of Coral Bee& 8^ 
London, 1842. 

see Fitzroy. 

Daubeny (Charles) Letters to Professor Jameson, on the Volcanoes of 
Auvergne. — Sketch of the Greology of Sicily. — ^Inaugural Lecture on 
the Study of Chemistry, read at the Ashmolean Museum. — On Methods 
of separating Lime from Magnesia. In 1 voL 8^ London, 1823-23. 

Dick Bequest (Report to the Trustees of the) for the benefit of the 
Parochial Schoolmasters and Schools in the counties of Aberdeen, 
Banff, and Moray. 8^ London, 1844. 

Droz (Joseph) Histoire du R^gne de Louis xvi., pendant les Ann^ oii 
Ton pouvait pr^venir ou diriger la Revolution Fran^aise. 3 vols. 8* 
Paris, 1839. 

Du Cange (C. Du Fresne, Dom.) Glossarium ad Scriptores medise et 
infimaB Grsecitatis. 2 vols, in 1. fol. Lugduni, 1688. 

Dumas (Alexandre) Femande. 2 vols. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Amaury. 2 vols. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Louis XIV. et son Si^cle. Vol. 1. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Gabriel Lambert. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Les Trois Mousquetaires. 5 vols. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Une Fille du R^ent. 3 vols. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Une FamiUe Corse. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Duncan (P. B.) Essays on Conversation and Quackery. 12° London. 

Dyce (William) Theory of the Fine Arts; an Introductory Lecturer 
delivered in the classical theatre of King's College, May 24, iM» 
8° London, 1844. 

Epistolis (De conscribendis) libellus, h GrsBco, in Latinum sermooem 
con versus. 12° Parisiis, 1549. 

Erro (Juan Bautista de) The Alphabet of the primitive Language of 
Spain, and a philosophical examination of the Antiquity &c. of the 
Basque People [edited by G. W. Erving]. 8° Boston, 1829. 

Essex (Earl of) An Enquiry into, and Detection of his barbarous 
Murther. 4° London, 1689. 

Innocency and Honour vindicated; or, Murther &c justly charged 

on the Murtherers of that noble Lord. 4° London, 1690. 



APPENDIX. U5 

.CK (Notice sur Ant. Reinhard) — ^see Quetelet. 

iADAY (Michael) A Speculation touching Electric Conduction, and 
the Nature of Matter. 8^ London, 1844. 

LTHERSTONHAUOH (6. W.) Excursions through the Slave States, from 

Washington, on the Potomac, to the frontier of Mexico; with Sketches 

of popuW Manners, and Greological Notices. 2 vols. 8^ London, 

1844. 

3EB (R. T.) Eleusinia; a Poem. 12° London, 1836. 

ZROT (Capt. R. N.) Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, during 
the years 1832-36: — Fossil Mammalia, by B. Owen ; Mammalia, by 
G. R. Waterhouse ; Birds, by John Gould ; Fish, by L. Jenyns ; 
Reptiles, by T. Bell; edited and superintended by Charles Darwin. 
5 vols. 4° London, 1843. 

3TBB (Charles) The Historical Greography of Arabia; or, the Patri- 
Eutdial Evidences of Revealed Religion: a Memoir, with illustrative 
Bifl^ he 2 vols. 8"" London, 1844. 

.TSSCUB (Earl)-Hsee King. 

u>iNER (Sir Robert) — see Moore. 

jLT (W. S.) Yigilantius and his Times. 8° London, 1844. 

.AUDBAD DE St. Gebvais (M. L) L'ltalic, la Sicile, Malte, la Gr^ce, et 
La Turquie; Souvenirs de Voyage, historiques et anecdotiques. 8^ 
Paris, 1835. 

Pr^is historique du Poitou, pour servir k FHistoire g^ndrale de 

cette province, suivi d'un Apergu statistique des D^partemens de la 
Vienne. 8** Paris, 1844. 

Syphilis; Po^me en deux chants, par Barth^lemy, avec des Notes 

Ac- 8° Paris, 1844. 

DLST (John Robert) Letters from America. 2 vols. 8° Lond. 1844. 

OLD (John)— see Fitzroy. 

ESWBLL (Richard) On Education in the Principles of Art. 8^ Ox- 
ford, 1844. 

LS (Sir Matthew) History of the Common Law of England, and an 
Analysis of the Civil part of the Law; with Notes, and Life of the 
Author, by Charles Runnington. 8° London, 1820. 

IXB (John) An Historiall Expostulation agaynst the beastlye abusers 
both of Chyrurgerie and Physyke in oure time; with a goodlye 
doctrine and instruction necessarye to be marked and folowed of all 
true Chirurgiens, edited by T. J. Pettigrew. (Percy Society.) 8° 
1844. 

jiwARD (Simon)— see Markham. 

.T (John H. Drummond) Western Barbary: its wild tribes and 
savage animals. 12° London, 1844. 

^LiTT (William) The Spirit of the Age; or. Contemporary Portraits. 
8** London, 1825. 

The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things. 2 vols. 

8** London, 1826. 

iTLiN (Peter) Cyprianus Anglicus. — see Laud. 

•FFMEisTER (Wcmerus) De Vermibus quibusdam ad G^nus Lumbri- 
corum pertinentibus. 4° Berolini, 1844. 

Y T 



^^L Lei 



346 APPENDIX. 

Homer. The Iliad faithfully rendered into Homeric Veree, by LaDcekC 

Shadwell. 8° London, 1844. 
Hone (William) Every Day BocA and Table Book; or, ETerlnetiag 

Calendar of Popular Amusemente. 3 vols. 8° LondoD, 1830. 
Hy-Fiacheach; or, O'Dowda'a Country. Tlie Genealf^iv, Tribes, and 

CuBtoras of Hy-flachrach, or 0'Dowda'§ Country; now first published, 

with a Translation, and Notes, by John O'Donovan. (Irish Arcbn- 

ological Society.) 4° Dublin, 1844. 
Ihohirami (n Cavaliere Francesco) Monumenti Etruschi o di Etnuco 

Nome, dieegnoti ed illustrati. 7 vols, in 10 parts. Badia FiesoUu, 

1821-26. 
InsBCTS (Natural History of). 2 vols. 12° London, 1830. 
Ireland. The Keen of the South of Ireland, as illnstrative of Iridi 

political and domeetic History, Manners, and Snperstitions, c(dle«t«j 

and edited by T. Crofton Croker. (Percy Society.) 8° Lond 1844. 
vAHESON (Mrs.) Companion to the most celebrated Private Galleries o( 

Art in London. 8° London, 1844, 
Jblv (Richard William) Inquiry into the Means of Grace; in eight 

Sermons, preached before the University of Oxford, at the Bamjiui 

Lecture, in 1844. 8° Oxford, 1844. 
JiNTNB (L.) — see Fitzroy. 
Johnson (James) The Baths of Pfeffers, in the country of the Grisoiu. 

8° London, 1834. 
JoiNviLi^ (Le Prince de) Note surl'Etatdes Forces Navaleede la FmKC 

8° Paris, 1844. 
JoRiD (Andrea de) Real Museo Borbonico Officina de' Papiri deecrittL 

8° Neapoli, 1825. 
JovELLANOB (Gaspar Melchor de) Informe de la Sociedad Eeooomica de 

Madrid, al Real y Supremo Consejo de Castilla. 4° Palnu, I8H. 
Kd)d (S.) — see Catalogue. 
EiKO (Lord) Selection from the Speeches and Writings of the law Lori 

King, by Elarl Fortcscue; with a Memoir. 8° London, 1844. 
[KiNOBLET (Jeffries)] The Standard County Book, proffered for the uf 

of County Treasurers of Ireland. 4° Dublin, 1838. 
KocK (Ch. Paul de) La Famillo Gogo. 4 vols. 12° Brnxelloa, IM4. 

Mon Ami Piffard et Chipolata. 3 vols. 12° Bruxelles, Wi 

Tyler le Couvreur. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 

L'Amonreus Transi. 4 vols. 12° BruzeDes, 1844. 

KoTZEBUE (Anguste von) Die Franzoaischen Eleinstadter. 12° Leipng> 

1803. 
Lairb (F. X.) Index Librorum ab inventa Typographis, ad a.d. 1500. 

2 vols. 8° Senonis. 179i. 
Lambebti (Luigi) Poesie. — Parnaso Ital. Viventi, tomo 13. 
Laud. Cypriaiiua Anglicus; or, the History of the Life and Death rf 

Archbishop Land, by Peter Heylin. Folio. London, 1671. 
Lawson (William) A New Orchard and Garden; or, the best way for 

Planting, Gratling, and to make any ground good. 4° Land. 1648. 
Lehobhaht (Charles) Eclaircissemens sur le Cercueil du Roi Meni[)Iiitc, 

Myc<;rinuB, tradnita de I'ABglois. 4° Paris, 1839. 



APPENDIX. 347 

LiBTCSSTSB (Robert Dudley, Earl of) Correspondence duriDg his Govern- 
ment of the Low Countries. 4^ London, 1844. 

LiONDON. Chroniques de London, depuis Fan 44 Henri iii., jusqu'k Tan 
17 Edouard u. ; edited from a MS. in the Cottonian Library, by Greorge 
James Aungier. (Camden Society.) 4° London, 1844. 

liouis XVI.— see Droz. 

LowTH (Bishop) Introduction to English Grammar; with Critical Notes. 
12** London, 1784. 

Ltucal Pbems, selected fixnn Musical publications between the years 
1589 and 1600, edited by J. Payne Collier. (Percy Society.) 12** 
London, 1844. 

Macebata (Le Comte) Pr^is Politique sur les Et&ts Bomains. 8^ 
Paris, 1832. 

Majos (Johannes) Historia Majoris BritannisB, tam Anglise quam SootisB. 
4*" Edimburgi, 1740. 

Mantell (Gideon Algernon) The Medals of Creation; or, first Lessons 
in Geology and in the study of Organic Remains. 2 vols. 12° 
London, 1844. 

Markhax (Grervase) The Country Housewiyes' Grarden; together with 
the Husbandry of Bees; and Simon Harward's Treatise of the Art of 
propagating Plants. 4° London, 1648. 

^— Cheap and good Husbandry for the well ordering of all Beasts 
and Fowles, and for the general Cure of their Diseases. 4° London, 
1648. 



Country Contentments; or, the Husbandman's Recreatiom 



Hunting, Hawking, &c. 4° London, 1649. 

The Inrichment of the Weald of Kent; or, a Direction to the 



Husbandman for the true ordering of the grounds within the Wealds 
of Kent and Sussex. 4° London, 1649. 

Farewell to Husbandry; or, the enriching of all sorts of barren 



and sterile grounds in our Kingdome. 4^ London, 1649. 

Meinhold (W.) Mary Schweidler, the Amber Witch; translated from the 
German, by Lady Duff Gordon. 12^ London, 1844. 

MiCALi (Giuseppe) Monumenti Inediti, a illustrazione della Storia degli 
antichi Popoli Italiani; con le Tavole in folio. 8^ Firenze, 1844. 

MiLNES (Richard Monckton) Memorials of many Scenes. 12^ Lond. 1844. 

Palm Leayes. 12^ London, 1844. 

Poems, Legendary and Historical. 12^ London, 1844. 

Poems of Many Years. 12° London, 1844. 

MoORE (Admiral Sir Grraham) Memoir of, by Sir Robert Gardiner, 8° 
London, 1844. 

(Sir Thomas) A Play, now first printed, edited by Alexander 

Dyce. 8** London, 1844. 

MoBOAN (Augustus De) Differential and Intend Calculus, with elemen- 
tary illustrations. 8° London, 1842. 

MoBTLOCK (Edmund) Scripture Testimony to the Doctrine of the Trinity; 
in four Sermons, preached before the University of Cambridge. 8° 
Cambridge, 1844. 



348 APPENDIX- 

Moses Chorenensis. Historise Armeniacse, libri ni ; accedit ejusdem 
Epitome Geographiao, Armen. et Lat., ediderunt Notisque iUustnnmt 
Guil. et Geor. WhistonL 4° Londini, 1736. 

MuNDELL (A.) On the Industrial Situation of Great Britain. 8^ Lond. 
1832. 

MuBCHisoN (R. J.) Address at the Anniversary Meeting of the BojbI 
G-eographical Society. 8^ London, 1844. 

MusHET (R.) On the Currency. 8® London, 1826. 

OcTAViAN. The Romance of the Emperor Octavian; now first published 
from MSS. at Lincoln and Cambridge, edited by J. O. HalliweH 
(Percy Society.) 8® London, 1844. 

Owen (R.) Fossil Manunalia. — see Fitzroy. 

Porter (John Grey V.) Some Agricultural and Political QoestioDS 
calmly discussed. 8° London, 1844. 

' Ireland : a Federal, the only fair Union between Great Britain 

and Ireland. 8° London, 1844. 

Post Office. The Administration of the Post Office, from the Intro- 
duction of Mr. R. Hill's plan up to the present time. 8° Lond. 1844. 

Premtis (Stephen) Wreck of the Roscommon. 8° Dinan, 1844. 

Present state of Christendome, and the interest of England with r^ard 
to France. 4° London, 1677. 

Priestley (Joseph) History and present state of Discoveries relati?e to 
Vision, Jjighty and Colours. 2 vols. 4** London, 1772. 

Psalms. Thirteen Psalms, and the First Chapter of Ecdesiastes, trans- 
lated into English verse, by John Croke, in the reign of Henry vul; 
with Documents relating to the Croke Family. (Percy Society.) 
8° London, 1844. 

Quetelet (A.) Nouveau Catalogue des principales Apparitions d'Etoiles 
FUantes. 4° Bruxelles, 1841. 

Instructions pour TObservation des Ph^nom^nes P^riodiques* 

Rapport Decennal des Travaux de I'Acad^mie Royale des Sciences et 
Belles Lettres, depuis 1830. 8"" Bruxelles, 1844. 

Instruction pour TObservation des Ph^nomenes PSriodiques. ^ 



Bruxelles, 1844. 

R^um^ des Observations Magn^tiques et M^t^orologiques, fsiUfi 



h. des Epoques d^termin^es. 4^ Bruxelles, 1843. 

Observations des Ph^nom^nes P^riodiques. 4° Bruxelles, 1S44. 

Recherches Statistiques. 4° Bruxelles, 1844. 

Notice sur Pierre Simons. 12® Bruxelles, 1844. 

Notice sur Antoine Reinhard Falck. 12° Bruxelles, 1844. 



Raikes (Henry) Two Lectures on Population, delivered in the Mechanics 
Institute, in Chester, in 1842-43. 8'' London, 1844. 

Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum, ex authoritate primum Regis 
Henrici viii., inchoata. 4** Londini, 1641. 

Rennell (Major James) Elucidations of the African Geography. ^ 
London, 1793. 

■ Observations on a Current that often prevails to the Westward 

ofSciUy. 4** London, 1793. 



APPENDIX. 



349 



^ Hbnnell (Major James) On the eflTects of Westerly TVinds in nosing 
> the Level of the British Channel 4"^ London, 1809. 

Kbvolution of 1688. Tracts. 4° London, 1688-89. 



The Desertion Discnssed, in a Letter to 
a Country Gentleman. 

History of the Desertion ; or, an Ac- 
coont of all PabUck Affiurs in Eng- 
land, firom September 1688 to Febru- 
ary 12th following ; with an Answer 
to a Piece, called "The Desertion 
Discussed" [by Edmund Bohnn]. 

The Prince of Orange's Declaration, 
shewing the Reasons why he invades 
England; with a Pre&ce and Re- 
manES ; and Animadversions upon 
the Declaration. 

The Prince of Orange's Third Declar- 
adon. 

Some Reflections upon the Prince of 
Orange's Declaration. 



Representations of the Dangers im- 
pending over Protestants ^ore the 
coming of the Prince of Orange [by 
Robert Ferguson]. 

The State Prodigal: his return, con. 
taining a true state of the Nation. 

Animadversions upon the modem Ex- 
planation of 2nd Henry vn., cap. 1 ; 
or, a King de Facto. 

Inquiry into the Measures of Submission 
to the Supreme Authority. 

Reflections upon our late and present 
Proceedings in England. 

Humanum est Errare ; or, False Steps 
on both sides. 



Sbvub Encyclop^que; ou, Analyse Raisonn^e des Productions les plus 
r^marquables dans la Litt^rature, les Sciences, et les Arts; from the 
commencement in 1819 to 1833, but imperfect. 60 vols. 8° Paris. 

Betnard the Fox (History of), from the edition printed by Gaxton, in 
1481 ; with Notes and an Introductory Sketch of the Literary History 
ofthe Romance, by W.J. Thorns. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1844. 

BiCABDo (David) The high Price of Bullion, a proof of the depreciation 
of Bank Notes. Reply to Bosanquet's Observations on the Report of 
the Bullion Committee. On the influence of a low Price of Com on 
the Profits of Stock &c. ; with Remarks on Mr. Malthus. Proposals 
for an economical and secure Currency; with Observations on the 
Profits of the Bank, as they regard the Public and the Proprietors of 
Bank Stock. On Protection to Agriculture. Plan for the establish- 
ment of a National Bank. Li 1 vol. 8^ London, 1811-24. 

BiCH (Bamabie) The Honesty of this Age; proving by Grood Circum* 
stance the World was never Honest till now; with an Litroduction, by 
Peter Cunningham. (Percy Society.) 8° London, 1844. 

BossB (Earl of) The Monster Telescopes erected by the Earl, at Par- 
sonstown described. 8° Parsonstown, 1 844. 

Saint Paul's School. Apposition, St. Paul's School. 8^ London, 

1840-44. 
Prolusiones Literarias, Pnemiis quotannis propositis dignatae, et in 

D. PauU Schola habitse. 8"" Londini, 1840-44. 

Oratiuncula Latina; Reginse Ser.Victorise ad Forum Mercatorium 



proficiscenti a Divi Pauli ScholsB Alumnis dedicata, die Octobris 28. 
S*' Londini, 1844. 

ScHiLLEB (F.) Wallenstein's Camp [translated], with original Poems [by 
Lord fVancis Egerton]. 12'' London, 1830. 

Shadwell (Lancelot)— see Homer. 

Simpson (Alexander) The Sandwich Islands: progress of events since 

their discovery by Cook, their occupation by Lord Greorge Paulet, and 

their value and importance. 8^ London, 1844. 

Sonu^ (Fr6d6ric) Si Jeunesse Savait, si Vieillesse Pouvait 4 vols. 12^ 

Bruxelles, 1844. 
Stanley (A. P.) — see Arnold. 



350 



APPENDIX. 



Stokes (Robert) Letter to the Eari of Derail, on the kte MaancRt 
Wairau. 8** London. 1844. 

Stobt (Judge) Discourse read 18th September^ 1828, upon Chief Jutke 
Marshall. 8" Boston, 1835. 

Thiers (L. A.) Bapport sur la Loi d'Instmction S^condaire, fait an xwa 
de la Commission de la Chambre des D^putds, Juillet 13, 1844. f 
Paris, 1844. 

[TiCKELL (Richard)] Anticipation et la Cassette Verte de Monoeor de 
Sartine. 8"" London and La Haje, 1778-79. 

Toleration (Tracts on). 4*» London, 1687-89. 



A Letter from a Jeanit at 



to a 



Jesuit at Friboiixi|f,on the happy pro- 
gress of Religion in England. Letters 
between Father Petra and the Rev. 
Father La Chese. 

Letter from a Freeholder, on the Choiee 
of Parliament Men. 

The Anatomy of an EooiTalent [by 
George, Murqois of Hafiftxl. 

Letter to a Dissenter, on his M^eatiei 
late Declaration of Indnlgenoe, hj 
T. W. [George, Marqois of Hali&x J. 

Letter and Reflections opon hb M^estys 
late Declaration. 

Free Thoughts of the Penal Laws, 
Tests, &c., by a Person of Qoality. 

Project for Repealing the Penal iJawa 
and Tests, with the means used to 
effect it 

Petition of many Divines, and others, 
of the Classical, Congregational, and 
other Perswasions, to the Convocation 
to be held in Westminster, in 1690. 



Concerning tlie ease of taking the sev 
Oath of Allegiance, with a Dedaniiai. 

Letter from Mynheer Fagel to Hl 
James Stewart, giving an aeoontrf 
the Prince of Orange's Tbomriitieai- 
ceming the Bepeu of the Tot ad 
Penal Laws; with James Slevati 
Answer. 

Reflections on Bfbns. FageFli Letter. 

Apology for the Chnreh of E^igiai 
with relatioo to the spirit of Peneo- 
tion for which abe is accused [^ 
Bishop Bomet3. 

Seasonable Considerationa CO the Cbord 
of Eng^d. 

Answer to a Piaper, entitled ** A Kcv 
Test of the Choreh of E^bsA 
Loyalty.* 

Letter to a Peraon of QnaK^ri <* ^ 
ensoing Pariiament, by R. S. 

Second Vindication of the Magittiey 
and Government of England. 



Tridentini Concilii Canones et Decreta, juxta exemplar auUienticom: 
cum serie variantium lectionum, constitutionibiis ex antiq. jure 
desumptse, et per Concilium speciatim imiovats; studio J. Le Flit 
4** Antverpiae, 1779. 

[Turner (Dawson)] Catalogue of the Works of Art in the poesession of 
Sir P. P. Rubens at his death. 8° Yarmouth (privatelj printed], 
1832. 

Venezia. Raecolta Chronologico-Ragionata di Documenti inediti cbe 
formano la Storia Diplomatica ddla revoluzione e cadnta deDa Be- 
pubblica di Venezia. 2 vols. 4'' Augusta, 1709 [1809]. 

ViDA. Art of Poetry, translated by J. Pitt — ^British Poets, voL 100. 

VioiLANTius. — see Gilly. 

Waterhouse (G. R.) Mammalia. — see Fitzroy. 



CATALOGUE 



PART II. 



ATLASES, MAPS, PORTRAITS, AND PRINTS. 



• 3 

I 



ATLASES, CHARTS, AND MAPS. 



towsMiTH (John) The London Atlas of Universal Greographj, ex- 
bibiting the Physical and Political Divisions of the various Countries 
of the World. Folio. London, 1834-42. 

LY*8 (F.) New Chart of History. 8** Case- London, 1817. 

ri (H.) Atlas Classique de G^ographie; Physique, Politique, Ancienne 
3t Modeme, compost de 36 femlles. Folio. Paris, 1828. 

it's Universal Atlas, containing distinct Maps of all the Kingdoms of 
the World. Folio. London, 1824. 

.ncHARD (Capt) Map of Grermany, Holland, Switzerland, the Grisons, 
Italy, SicUy, Corsica, and Sardinia. Folio. London, 1800. 

tfitrope. 

liAS de I'Europe, (de FEtablissement Glographique de Bruxelles,) 
dessin^ par H. Perkin, grav^ par F. Charles, en 166 feuilles. Pro- 
jection modifi6e de Flainsteed ; avec Tableau d'Assemblage. Folio. 
Bruxelles, 1833. 

BAT BbITAIN. 

Ordnance Survey of Great Britain, under the direction of Lieut- 
CoL Mudge, on 110 Sheets, in 14 Cases, with Index. Folio. 
London, 1806-44. 



Case 

biglesea 10 

)edfordfhire 7 

lerkshire 2 

^rccknockibire 6 

inckingbamshire (North) ... 6 
^nckinghamshire (South) ... 1 

3Miiiiartheiishire 6 

^Mmarronahire 10 

^unbridgeshire (North) .... 9 
Cambridgeshire (Soath) .... 7 

Cardiganshire 8 

Cheshire 10 

Cornwall 4 

)tnlMghBhire 10 

>erbyshire (North) 11 

)erbyahire (South) 9 

^evoDshire (South) S 

>tTonshire (East) 3 

)evonshire (West) 4 

>orsetshire (East) 2 

Inez (North) 6 

lasex (South) 1 

lintshire 10 

^laaiorgaashire 5 

^kmeestershire (North) .... 6 
fkmcettershire (South) .... 5 

[aomiiiire 2 

^^Kdshire (North^ 7 

[erelbrdshire (South) 6 

:cot 1 

soeashire 12 

eieeatershire 8 



CSM 

Lincolnshire (North) 11 

Lincolnshire (South) 9 

Lundy Island 4 

Merionethshire 10 

Middlesex 1 

Monmouthshire 5 

Montgomeryshire 8 

Norfolk 9 

Northamptonshire 7 

Nottinghamshire ?North) . . . .11 
Nottinghamshire (South) .... 9 

Oxfbrdshire 6 

Pembrokeshire 6 

Radnorshire 7 

Rutlandshire 8 

Shropshire (North) 10 

Shropshire (SouUi) 8 

Somersetshire 3 

Staffordshire (North) 9 

Staffordshire (South) 8 

Suffolk 7 

Surrey 1 

Sussex (East) 1 

Sussex (West) 2 

Warwickshire (North) 8 

Warwickshire (South) 7 

WUtshire (North) 5 

Wiltshire (South) 2 

Worcestershire 7 

Yorkshire (South) 11 

12 



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354 ATLASES, CHARTS, AND MAPS. 

Great Britain, continued — 

Cart's English Atlas, being a Set of Countj Maps, from actual 
surveys. 4° London, 1826. 

England and Wales (Geological Map of); shewing, also, the prin- 
cipal Roads, Railways, Rivers, and Canals, by J. Gardner, jun. 
Case. 8° London, 1842. 

Wales (Map of), on canvas. 4°. 

London (Panorama of the Thames), from London to Richmond; 
with Description, and View of London from the Adelphi. Case. 
4° London. 

London, Thames, and Metropolis Improvement Plan. The River 
Thames from Battersea to Woolwich Reach, shewing the proposed 
improvements, of a uniform line of embankment, enlargement of the 
grand Port of London, and means of connecting it with the great 
interior lines of Railway, by John Martin. Case. 4** London, 1842. 

London, Thames, and Metropolis Lnprovement Plan. The River 
Thames, from the Houses of Parliament to London Bridge, shewing 
the line of Embankment, intercepting Sewers, Public Walk, and 
improved Navigation, by John Martin. Case. 4** London, 1842. 

Plan of the Thames Tunnel. (No. 13. Engravings A. F.) 

France (Carte de) par P. Tardieu ; with Lidication of the Roads on 
which the '^ Messageries " of France, Lafitte, Caillard and Co., are 
established. Case. 8° Paris, 1832. 

Gibraltar. Piano Geom^trico de la Bahia de Algeciras j Gibraltar, 
por Tofino de San Miguel. Case. 8** Madrid, 1786. 

Greece (Map of), constructed chiefly from original materials, by J. W^d. 
Case. 8** London, 1827. 

Tabula Greciae Superioris, h, C. O. Muller. Case. 8**. 

Greenland, Gronland med Omgivelser ifolge Graah, Scoresby, Gie- 
secke, Ross, Parry, Egede, Danell, Hall, PickersgiU, Ginge og van 
Keulen. Case. 8° Kiobenhaun, 1832. 

Lisbon, Military Sketch of the Country between Lisbon and Vimiero, 
occupied by the British Army, under Viscount Wellington. Case. 
8** London, 1827. 

Marmora (Sea of); or, Propontis, with the Straits of Constantinople and 
of Gallipoli, by W. Faden. Case. 8° London. 

Rhine (Panorama of the), from Cologne to Mayence, by Delkeskamp. 
Case. 4° London. 

Spain (the North-Eastem part), by J. Wyld. Case. 8° London, 1837. 

Cadiz, Plan of the Harbour and Environs of, by Captain Land- 
mann. Case. 8° London, 1811. 

Military Sketch of the Country, between Cadiz and Marbella, 

by Captain Landmann. Case. 8° London, 1811. 

Sweden and Norway. Karta ofver Landswagame uti Sverige och 
Norrige, af L. W. Brandenburg. Case. 8° 1831. 

■ Norway and Lapland; with details relating to the Climate, Pro- 

ductions, &c., by Lieut. -Col. Hagelstam. Case. 8** London, 1823. 

Switzerland, Panoramic View, by H. Keller; with Descriptive Companion, 
and a Circular View of the Country, by General Pfyffer. Case. 4** 
London. 



ATLASES, CHARTS, AND MAPS. 356 

TiTRKEY, Country between Odessa and Ck)n8tantinople, embracing the 
Seat of War between the Russians and Turks, by J. Wyld. Case. 
8** London, 1828. 



L-MiNOR, Armenia, and Koordistan, illustrative of the Marches of 
Alexander, Xenophon, Julian, and Heraclius, by J. M. Kinneir. 
Case. 8** London, 1817. 

Asia (Central), comprising Bokhara, Cabool, Persia, the Indus, and 
Countries eastward of it, from authentic documents, principally the 
MS. Surveys of Lieut. Alex. Burnes, by J. Arrowsmith. Case. 8° 
London, 1834. 

BsiBOUT, Plan of the Town and Harbour, by J. Wyld. Case. 8** 
London, 1840. 

China, and the Canton River, from Original Surveys and Sketches, by 
J. Wyld. Case. 8** London, 1840. 

^— — A Chinese Map of the Celestial Empire. 

ConsTAMTiNOPLE, (Carte et Plan de,) et du Canal du Bosphore, trac^ 
rar les lieux, par Merzoflf Robert. Case. 8° Munich, 1829. 

India, Map of the Countries on the North- West Frontier of Lidia, by 
John Walker. [Privately printed.] 4° London, 1839. 

Stbia, from various Documents, and founded on the Astronomical Ob- 
servations of Capt. A. L. Corry, in 1818, by J. Arrowsmith. Case. 
4** London, 1840. 

Sfrica. 

Cameroon, (Map of the River,) with the Ambas Islands, by Captain 
William AUen. 8^ London, 1842. 

QuoBRA (The River), from the Town of Rabba, to the Sea, and a small 
portion of the River Tchadda, by Capt. W. Allen. Case. 8** 
London, 1833. 

9merua. 

Plans and Surveys of Ship Canals in North America, Niagara Falls, 
Lakes Erie and Ontario, by Capt. W. Williams; and Pensacola 
Harbour and Bar, Florida, by Major Kearney. Case. 4** 1822-35. 

Canada, Map of the District of Three Rivers. Case. 

Georgia (State of), from Actual Surveys, and other Documents, by 
D. Sturges. Case. 8° PhUadelphia, 1818. 

9tultralaf{ta. 

Australia, General Chart, from the Surveys of Captains Flinders and 
King ; with additions from Lieutenants Jeffreys and Roe ; also from 
D'Entrecasteaux, Baudin, and Freycinet, to the year 1829. Case. 8** 
London, 1829. 

New Zealand, Plan of the Town of Wellington, Port Nicholson, by 
Capt. W. M. Smith. Case. 8^ London, 1840. 

Plan of the Harbour of Port Nicholson, shewing the relative 

Positions of the Town and Country Sections, by Capt. W. M. Smith. 
Case. 8° London, 1840. 

(Maps on Rollers — See last Page,) 



PORTRAITS. 



Aberdeen (The Earl of), engraved by S. Cousinsy after Sir Thomas 
Lawrence. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 17.) 

AoHESON (Viscount), lithographed by R. Lane, after T. Phillips. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 20.) 

Abergavenny (Henry, Earl of), engraved by J. Thomson, Biter A. Tidej, 
(Portraits. VoL 2. No. 9.) 

Amherst (Right Hon. W. Pitt^ Lord), engraved by C. Turner, after 
Sir T. Lawrence. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 8.) 

Anglesey (The Marquis of), engraved by C. Turner, afler Sir T. Law- 
rence. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 11.) 

Baillie (M., M.D.), engraved by J. Bromley, after a bust by J. Nolle- 
kins. (Portraits of Members. No. 4.) 

Baker (G., Esq.) of Northampton, after Branwhite. (Portraits. 4" 
No. 20.) 

Bastard (Edm. Pollexfen, Esq., M.P.), of Kitley, engraved by C. Turner, 
after W. Brockedon. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 27.) 

Bell (John H. C), engraved by S. Cousins, after T. Stewardsoo. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 9.) 

Beth AM (Sir W.), after D. M'Clise. (Portraits of Members. No. 50.) 

BiLLiNGTON (Mrs.), as St. Cecilia, engraved by J. Ward, after Sir J. Bej- 
nolds. (Ward's Works. No. 4.) 

Blomfield (C. J., D.D.), Bishop of London, engraved by W. Ward, 
after S. Lane. (Portraits. VoL 2. No. 11.) 

Broughton (John), the Prize-fighter, lithc^raphed by F. Boss, after 
W. Hogarth. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 19.) 

BuNBURT (Sir T. C, Bart.), engraved by C. Turner, after S. Lane 
(Portraits. VoL 2. No. 16.) 

Burke, (Richard, Esq.), Recorder of Bristol, engraved by E. Train, after 
O. Humphrey. (Portraits. VoL 1. No. 17.) 

Burton (D., Esq.), lithographed by M. Grauci, after E. U. Eddis. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 34.) 

Cambridge (Duke of), engraved by W. Skelton, afler Sir W. Beechey. 
(Portraits. VoL 1. No. 8.) 

Canning (Right Hon. (Jeorge), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir 
T. Lawrence. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 2.) 

Chalicers (Alex., Esq.), drawn by B. J.Lane. (Engravings, C. No. 27.) 



PORTRAITS. 357 

Chahtset (Sir F.), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir H. Raebum. 
(Portraits. VoL 2. No. 26.) 

Chaiilbs z., of France, engraved by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence. 
(Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 9.) 

Chablottb (The Princess), engraved by B. Golding, after Sir T. Law- 
rence. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. L No. 10.) 

Children (J. G., Esq. )^ after Faulkner. (Portraits of Members. No. 61.) 

Christie (James, Esq.), after a bust by W. Behnes. (Portraits of Mem-* 
bers. No. 13.) 

Clarke (Sir Charles Mansfield, Bart, M.D.), engraved bj T. Hodgetts, 
after S. Lane. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 26.) 

Clarkson (Thos., Esq.), engraved by C. Turner, after A. E. Ghalon. 
(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 14.) 

Clbrkr (M%jor T. H. Shadwell), lithographed by M. Gaud, after 
E. tr. Eddis. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 3.) 

CoLNAGm (Paul), engraved by R. Easton, after Danlan. (Portraits, 
Vol. 2. No. 6.) 

CoLQUHOUN (J. Von, Esq.) (Portraits. VoL 2. No. 8.) 

Cooper (Sir Astley, Bart.), engraved by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Law- 
rence. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 4.) 

■ (Bransby B., Esq.), engraved by W. H. Simmons, after E. U. 

Eddis. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 22.) 

CoRNWALLis, (Statue, in honour of the Marquis,) by J. Bacon, drawn 
and engraved by G. Dawe. (Engravings, A. F. No. 8.) 

CuBiTT (W., Esq.), Civil Engineer, after a bust by G. Gierke. (Por- 
traits. 4*^ No. 2.) 

Cumberland (The Duke of), engraved by W. Skelton, after W. Owen. 
(Portraits. VoL 1. No. 6.) 

Davis (John Francis, Esq.) (Portraits of Members. No. 46.) 

Db Gret (Earl), engraved by W. Brett and S. Cousins, after W. Robin- 
son. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 31.) 

Db la Rub (I'Abb^), after L. Parez. (Portraits. 4** No. 9.) 

Dbnham (Colonel), Lieut. -Governor of Sierra Leone, engraved by 
J.Bromley, after T. PhiUips. (Portraits. VoL 1. Nos. 18 and 38.) 

DiLLWiN (L. W., Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. Eddis. 

(Portraits of Members. No. 38.) 
Dover (Lady), and her Sod, the Hon. Henry Agar Ellis, engraved by 

S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence. (Portraits. VoL 1. No. 29.) 

DuNOAN (P. B.), engraved by T. Lupton, after T. Barkby. (Portraits of 
Members, No. 16; and lithographed, Portraits VoL 2.) 

Dyve (Lewis, Esq.), engraved by P. Audinet. (Engravings, C. No. 6.) 

Earle (Henry, Esq.), engraved by S. Cousins, after W. Behnes. (Por- 
traits. VoL 2. No. 22.) 

Eldon (John, Earl of), engraved by J. Posselwhite, after E. U. Eddis. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 24.) 

Ellis (Hon. G. A.), engraved by W. Brett, after Sir T. Lawrence. 

(Portraits of Members. No. 8.) 
The Same, drawn by R. Lane, after J. Slater. (Portraits of 

Members. No. 10.) 



358 PORTRAITS- 

Ellis (Hon. G. A.), engraved by J. Bomet, after G. Sanders. (Portraits, 
A. F. Vol. 1. No. 5.) 

Elphinstone (Hon. Mount Stuart), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir T. 
Lawrence. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 7.) 

Evans (Colonel Sir De Lacy), lithographed by M. Grauci, after A K 
Chalon. (Portraits of Members. No. 30.) 

The Same, after M. O. Connor. (Portraits. VoL 2. No. 27.) 

EuRiFiDES, from an ancient bust found at Athens, in the possession of 
Ralph Carr, Esq., engraved by P. Audinet, after H. Cheney. (En- 
gravings, C. No. 14.) 

Faraday (M., Esq.), engraved by S. Cousins, after H. W. PickersgilL 
(Portraits of Members. No. 5.) 

The Same, after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4° No. 15.) 

Fawcett (Gen. Sir W.), engraved by J. Ward, after Sir J. Reynolds. 
(Ward's Works. No.. 3.) 

Fleetwood (Sir Peter Hesketh, M.P.), lithographed by S. Templeton. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 18.) 

FoBSTER (Dr. T.), and his dog, Shargs. (Portraits. 4° No. 19.) 

Franklin (Capt. Sir John), lithographed by L. Haghe. (Portraits of 

Members. No. 47.) 
Freeling (Sir F., Bart.), engraved by C. Turner, after G. Jwies. 

(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 18.) 

The Same. (Portraits. 4° No. 6.) 

FusELi (H., Esq.), engraved by F. C. Lewis, after G. Newton. (Por- 
traits. Vol. L No. 15.) 

George hi., engraved by W. Skelton, after Sir W. Beechey. (Portraits. 
Vol. 1. No. 1.) 

on his favourite charger, Adonis, engraved by J. Ward, after 

Sir W. Beechey. (Ward's Works. No. 1.) 

George iv., engraved by W. Skelton, after T. Phillips. (Portraits. 
Vol. 1. No. 2.) 

The Same, engraved by W. Holl, after A. Wivell. (Portraits. 

Vol. 1. No. 11.) 

Gilbert (Davies, Esq.), engraved by S. Cousins, after H. Howanl 
(Portraits of Members. No. 2.) 

GooDALL (Rev. J., D.D.), engraved by C. Turner, after J. Jackson. 
(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 6.) 

GosFORD (Archibald, Earl of), lithographed by R. Lane, after T. Phillips. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 21.) 

Grant (Colonel the Hon. F. W.), of Grant, engraved by E. Scriven. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 28.) 

Geeenough (G. B., Esq.), lithographed by M. Gnuci, after E. U. Eddis. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 37.) 

Gregorio XVI., lithographed by C. Motte. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 13.) 

Grosvenor (Elizabeth, Countess), engraved by S. Cousins, after Sir T. 
Lawrence. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 24; and Vol. 2. No. 4.) 

Gurnet (J., Esq.), engraved by W. Holl, after G. H. Harlow. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 49.) 

Hallam (Henry, Esq.), after T. Phillips. (Portrait*. 4° No. 8.) 



PORTRAITS. 359 

Ialswell (E., Esq.)> lithographed by M. Graud, after E. U. Eddis. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 36.) 

Iansard (Luke, Esq.), engraved by F, C. Lewis, after S. Lane. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 2. No. 13.) 

LkRDiNOE (Mi\jor-Gen. Sir Henry), engraved by C. Turner, after E. U. 
Eddis. (Portraits of Members. No. 29.) 

LkWKiMS (Edward, Esq.), lithographed by M. Grauci, after E. U. Eddis. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 42.) 

LETTER (Sir George). (Portraits of Members. No. 3.) 

Ibbschel (Sir J. F. W.), engraved by W. Ward, after H. W. Pickers- 
gilL (Portraits of Members. No. 45.) 

loLDSWORTH (Arthur, Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. 
Eddis. (Portraits of Members. No. 33.) 

luLSE (Field-Marshal Sir S.), lithographed by R. J. Lane, after S. Lane. 
(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 12.) 

lusTLER (William, Esq.) (Portraits. 4** No. 10.) 

ACOB (W. Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. Eddis. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 2. No. 31.) 

EBB (John, D.D.), Bishop of Limerick, engraved by T. Lupton, after 
Sir T. Lawrence. (Portraits of Members. No. 7.) 

ONES (Richard, Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. Eddis. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 43.) 

[ent (Duke of), engraved by W. Skelton, after Sir W. Beechey. 
(Portraits. VoL 1. No. 5.) 

LiHG (Lord), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits 
of Members. No. 39.) 

The Same, after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4° No. 5.) 

LNiGHT (T. A, Esq.), after S. Cole. (Portraits. 4° No. 7.) 
Knio (Charles, Esq.), after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4** No. 13.) 

iAMBTON (Master), son of J. G. Lambton, Esq., M.P., engraved by S. 
Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 26.) 

4ATOUCHE (Mrs. Peter), engraved by W. Ward, after A. E. Chalon. 
(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 15.) 

<AWRENCE (Sir Thos.), lithographed by M. G^uci, after A. E. Chalon. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 15.) 

Casts of, drawn by R. Lane. (Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 5.) 

lEiCESTER (Thomas William Coke, Earl of), lithographed by M. Gauci, 
after S. Lane. (Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 14.) 

lEOPOLD I. of Belgium, as Prince of Saxe Coburg, engraved by F. C. 
Lewis, after Sir T. Lawrence. (Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 7.) 

INDLET (John, Esq.), after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4® No. 16.) 

ISTON (J., Esq.), engraved by W. Ward, after J. Jackson. (Portraits. 
Vol. 1. No. 27.) 

ONO (Edward, Esq.), engraved by W. Sharp, after J. Opie. (Portraits 
of Members. No. 6.) 

ouis Philippe, King of the French, as Due d'Orleans, lithographed by 
C. Motte, after Maussaisse. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 12.) 



360 PORTRAITa 

Ltndhurst (Lord), engraved by B. A. Ardett, after A. £. Chakm. 
(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 29.) 

Macreadt (Charles, Esq.) as Virgmias, engraved bj C. Picart, after 
J. Jackson. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 20.) 

Malcolm (Sir John), drawn by B. Lane, after G. Hajter. (Portraits 
of Members. No. 31.) 

■ (Admiral Sir Pulteney), engraved by W. Ward, after S. Lane. 

(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 17.) 

Mantell (Gideon Algernon, LL.D.), engraved by S. Stepney, after 
J. J. Masquerier. (Portraits. VoL 2. No. 25.) 

Milne (Alex., Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. U. Eddis. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 36.) 

MoBBisoN (Rev. Dr.) translating the Bible into the Chinese Language, 
engraved by C. Turner, after J. Chinnery. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. 
No. 12.) 

MuLORAVE (Henry, Lord), engraved by W. Skelton, after SirW. Beechej. 
(Portraits. VoL 1. No. 9.) 

Murdoch (Thomas, Esq., F.R.S.), lithographed by B. Lane, after T. 
Phillips. (Portraits of Members. No. 25.) 

Newton (Sir Isaac), from the Statue by Roubiliac, after J. K. Baldiy. 
(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 23.) 

NoRTHCOTE (James, Esq.), engraved by F. C. Lewis, after G. H. Har- 
low. (Portraits of Members. No. 23.) 

Nugent (George, Lord), engraved by Gibbon, after Rochard. (Portraits 
of Members. No. 32.) 

Oaklet (B.), lithographed after Callcott. (Portraits of Members. No. 14.) 

Onslow (Serjeant, M.P.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after E. Eyre. (Por- 
traits of Members. No. 46.) 

Orford (The Earl of), engraved by H. Dawe, after S. Lane. (Portraits. 
VoL 2. No. 20.) 

Parish (Woodbine, Esq.), lithographed by I. W. Slater, after T. Phillips, 
(Portraits of Members. No. 12.) 

Parr (Rev. Samuel, D.D.), engraved by W. Skelton, aft«r J. S. Lons- 
dale. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 14.) 

Peel (Rt Hon. Sir Robert, Bart.), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir T. 
Lawrence. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 30.) 

Pbgob (Rev. S., LL.D.), engraved by P. Audinet, after K Needham. 
(Engravings, C. No. 26.) 

Penn (Richard, Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, aft;er E. U. Eddis. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 40.) 

Peroeval (Rt. Hon. Spencer), engraved by W. Skelton, after W. 
Beechey. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 10.) 

Pettigrew (T. J., Esq.), after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4** No. 14.) 

Planta (Rt. Hon. Joseph), engraved by S. W. Reynolds, after T. Phil- 
lips. (Portraits. VoL 1. No. 32.) 

Portrait (A), [CHld's Head] engraved by F. C. Lewis, after Sir T. 
Lawrence. (Portraits. Vol. I. No. 25.) 



PORTRAITS. 361 

Portraits (Two), [the Pattersona,] engraved by J. Bromley, after Sir 

T.Lawrence. (Portraila. Vol.1. No. 21.) 

Athenatum. — See Catalogue, pag« 15. 

Pbaed {Winthrop JI., Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after A. 

Mayer. (Portraits of Memhera. No. 41.) 
Pbiob (James, Esq.), after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits. 4° No. 4.) 
Rahsdeh (Rev, R., D.D.), engraved by W. Say, after S. Lane. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 2. No. 19.) 
Sabink (Joseph, Esq.), after Miss Rigby. (Portraits. 4° No. 12.) 
ScHLiCK (Chevalier), engraved by F. C. Lewis, after S. Newton. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 1. No. 16.) 
Sehbca, from an ancient bust, in the possession of Ralph Carr, Esq., 

engraved by P. Audinet, after H. Cheney. (Engravings, C. No. 13.) 
Scott (John, Esq., of Bungay), engraved by W. C. Edwards, after R, 

Mendham. (Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 24.) 
Sidney {Hev.Edwin,A.M,), after E.U.EddiB. (Engravings, C. No.28.) 
Smith (James, Esq.), engraved by H. Cousins, after J. Lonsdale. (Por- 

trwta. Vol. 2. No. 1. 
Sktth (Capt. W. H., RN.) (Portraits. 4° No. 3.) 
SouTHET (Robert, Esq., LL.D,), engraved by H. Dawe, after S. Lane. 

(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 18.) 
Sussex (The Duke of), engraved by W. Skelton, after Sir W. Beechey. 

(Portraits. Vol. 1, No. 7.) 
SnTTON (Rt, Hon. Sir C. Manners, G.C.B.), engraved by S. Cousins, 

after H. W. PickersgiU. (Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 21.) 
Taglioni (Mdlle.) Lithograph. (Portrmta, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 16.) 
Tate (Rev. J., M.A.), engraved by S. Cousins, after W. Picker^ill. 

(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 23.) 
Tatwih (Edgar, Esq.), engraved by C. Turner, after E. U. Eddis. 

(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 21.) 
(John, Esq.), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence. 

(Portraits of Members. No. 19.) 
Thobhbbodgh (Admiral Sir Edward, K.C.B.), engraved by H. Dawe, 

after S. Lane. (Portraits, A. F. Vol.1. No. 25.) 
TooKR (William, Esq., M.P.), engraved by C. Turner, after J. White. 

(Portraits of Members, No. 48.) 
Tbavbbs (Benjamin, Esq.), lithographed ty R. Lane, after a bust, by W. 

Behnes, (Portraits of Members. Nc 44.) 
Victoria (Queen), engraved by C, Freetaim, with Bates' Patent Ana- 

glyptt^aph, after H. WeigaU. (Portraits. Vol. 2, No. 3.) 
Wallich (Nathaniel, Esq., M.D.), after E. U, Eddis. (PortraiM. 4'" 

No. I.) 
Walpole (Robert, Esq.), engraved by W. Ward, after J, Jackson. 

(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 20.) 
Ward (Rev. J. G.), lithographed by M. Gaud, after S. Lane. (Por- 

tTMts. Vol. 2. Ho. 15.) 
Wbllinqtok (The Duke of), engraved by C. Freebairn, with Bates' 

Pattmt Anaglyptograph, after H. Weigall. (Portraits, VoL 2. No. 2.) 



362 PORTRAITa 

Wetland, (John, Esq.), engraved by C. Turner, after S* Lane. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 2. No. 10.) 

Whatbly (Richard, D.D.) Archbishop of Dublin, after a bust, by B. 
Childs. (Portraits. 4** No. 17.) 

Whewell (Rev. W., M.A.), after E. U. Eddis. (Portraits of Members. 
No. 52.) 

Whiter (Rev. Walter), lithographed bv D. Turner, aft^r a bust, bj 
Mazocchi. (Portraits. 4** No. 11.) 

WiLBBAHAM (Rogcr, Esq.), after C. Smith. (Portraits. 4^ Na 18.) 

William iv. (as Duke of Clarence), engraved by J. Ward, after Sir 
M. A. Shee. (Ward's Works. No. 2.) 

■ engraved by F. C. Lewis, after Sir T. Lawrence. (Ptortnuta, 

A. F. Vol. 1. No. 1.) 

engraved by W. HoU, aft»r A. WivelL (Portraits of Memben. 



No. 1.) 

engraved by W. Skelton, aft»r Sir W. Beechey. (Portraits. 



Vol. 1. No. 3.) 

WiLLiGH (William, Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after A. Robertson. 
(Portraits of Members. No. 26.) 

Wilson (Professor James), engraved by H. Dawe, after J. W. Gordon. 
(Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 28.) 

WiBTEMBURG (The Quccu Dowager of), and Princess-Royal of Etagknd, 
engraved by W. Skelton, ^ter P. Fischer. (Portraits. VoL 1. 
No. 19.) 

WoDEHOUSE (Edmond, Esq., M.P.), engraved by H. Dawe, after S. 
Lane. (Portraits, A. F. VoL 1. No. 24.) 

Wolff (Mrs.), engraved by S. Cousins, after Sir T. Lawrence. (Por- 
traits. Vol. 1. No. 23.) 

WoLLASTON (W. H., Esq., M.D.), engraved by W. Skelton, after J. 
Jackson. (Portraits of Members. No. 22.) 

■ engraved by W. Ward, after J. Jackson. (Portraits of 

Members. No. 11.) 

lithographed by R. J. Lane, after a sketch, by Sir F. Qiantrej. 



(Portraits. Vol. 2. No. 30.) 

York (The Duke of), engraved by W. Skelton, after Sir W. Beechej. 

(Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 4.) 

TouNO (C. M., Esq.), lithographed by M. Gauci, after £. U. Eddie 
(Portraits of Members. No. 27.) 

(T. Esq., M.D.), engraved by C. Turner, after Sir T. Lawrence 

(Portraits of Members, No. 17.) 

(Sir W., Bart.), engraved by W. Say, after Sir W. Beecbcy. 



(Portraits, A. F. Vol. 1. No. 13.) 





PRINTS. 



Anoms, PaTonrite Chatter of George m., drawn and engraved hy J. 

"Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 13.) 
Amklia, awaiting the Return of her Husband, by J. C. Bromley, after 

E. Prentis. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 1.) 
AsHHOLBAN Museum, by J. Coney. (Engravings, C. No. 4.) 
Atuen^xch, — Seal of the Club, by R. Lane. (Engravings, C. No. 1.) 

The Same, by J, Bate. (Engravings, C. No. 11.) 

Atk^nes, Vue Occidentale, by Schilbach, after Hubsch. (Engravinga. 

Vol.1. No. 2.) 

Vue du Nord-Eat, by Schilbach, after Heger. (Engravings. 

Vol. 1. No. 5.) 

Acropolis (L'), du coti5 dc I'Oueat, by Schilbach, after Hubsch. 

(Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 4.) 

Vue du Siid-Est, by Schilbach, after Hubsch. (Engravings. 

VoL 1. No. 3.) 

Babtlon, the Fall of, painted and engraved by J, Martin. (Engravings, 
A. F. No. 4.) 

Bakk of England. — Section through the new Dividend Fay and Dividend 
Warrant Offices, anil through the new Drawing Offices above, by 
C. R. Cockerel!, Architect. (Engravings, A. No. 7.) 

Bates' Patent Anaglyptograph. — Specinsen Medallions, Bas-reliefs, &c., 
engraved by C. Freebairn. (Engravings, A. No. 23.) 

Belshazzab's Feast, painted and engraved by J. Martin. (Engravings, 
A- F. No. 2.) 

Bo-Tbee, and Bo-MaUooa (The), at Anurodapoora, by H. W. Burgess, 
after C. H. Cameron. (Engravings, A. No. 4.) 

Brighton, by F. Smith, after J. Constable. (Engravings, Vol.1. No. 8.) 

Bkookuill, near Dartmouth, — Plan of the House and Ertate. (Engrav- 
ings, C. No. 17.) 

View from BrookhiU, near Dartmouth, by P. Gauci, after 

A. Holdaworth. (Engravings, C. No. 16.) 

Caubrxdgb. Font and Cover, given to St, Edward's Church, by the 
Cambridge Camden Society, lithographed by T. G. Kawlina, Esq., 
after F. A. Paley. (Engravings, C. No. 24.) 

The Holy Sepulchre Cburi'h, as restored in 1842, drawn and 

engraved by J. D«ison. (Engravings, C. No. 25.) 

Canterbubt Pilgrimage, Glyptique, Proc4d4 de A. CoUas, after 

T. Stolhard, (Engravings, A. No. 21.) 
CeiLDandDog, by C.Turner, after Sir J. Reynolds. (Engrav.,C. No. 2.) 
Cheist taken down from the Cross, by J. Ward, after C. W. F. Die- 

tricey. (Ward's Works. No. 8.) 



364 PRINTS. 

CiNTBA, View of, drawn and engraved by W. H. Bomett (Engrayings^ 

A. No. 11.) 
■ Entrance to Cintra from Lisbon, drawn and engrayed bj 

W. H. Burnett. (Engravings, A. No. 18.) 

The Market-place of Cintra, drawn and engraved bj W. E 



Burnett. (Engravings, A. No. 12.) 

The Church of Cintra, drawn and engraved bj W. EL Burnett. 



(Engravings, A. No. 16.) 

An old Chapel of the Moorish Casde in Cintra, drawn and 



engraved by W. H. Burnett. (No. 17.) 

Convent of N*- S'^ da Penna, in Cintra, drawn and engraved hj 



W. H. Burnett. (Engravings, A. No. 14.) 

Convent of the Penha Longa, in Cintra, drawn and engraved by 



W. H. Burnett. (Engravings, A. No. 15.) 

Clifton Observatory, with the proposed additions, by J. S. Ptout, after 
W. West. (Engravings, C. No. 18.) 

Coins, Plates of. (Engravings, C. Nos. 20-21.) 

CoLLAs, Medallions, Coins, &c. Glyptique, Proc^d de A. CoUas. 
(Engravings, A. No. 18.) 

Medallions, Bas-reliefs, &c., Glyptique, Proc6d£ de A. CoQas. 

Two Plates. (Engravings, A. Nos. 19, 20.) 

Medallions and Coins of Napoleon &c., Glyptique, "ProoUii de 



A. Collas. (Engravings, A. No. 22.) 

Colosseum, Regent's Park, by G. Hawkins. (Engravings, A. Na 6.) 

Copenhagen, a Horse rode by the Duke of Wellington at Waterloo, 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 16.) 

Cornelius, the Centurion, by J. Ward, after Rembrandt. (Ward's 

Works. No. 7.) 
Cossack Horse (A), property of the Duke of Northumberland, drawn and 

engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 19.) 

Cottage Industry, [Marchioness of Abercom,] by F. C. Lewis, after 
E. Landseer. (Portraits. Vol. 1. No. 22.) 

Deluge. The Eve of the Deluge, painted and engraved by J. Martin. 
(Engravings, A. F. No. 7.) 

■ (The), painted and engraved by J. Martin. (Engrav., A. F. No. 5.) 

Dlana and her Nymphs, by J. Ward, after Sir P. P. Rubens. (Ward's 

Works. No. 9.) 
Dieppe, Ancient Building at, by C. G. Lewis, after R. P. Bonington. 

(Engravings, A. No. 3.) 

Doctor Syntax, a celebrated Race-horse, property of Ralph Riddel, 
Esq., drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 25.) 

Dogs of the Dalmatian breed, drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's 
Works. No. 11.) 

Drawing (A), by F. C. Lewis, after Rembrandt. (Engravings, C. No. 9.) 

Edinburgh, View of, shewing the communication between the Old and 
New Town, drawn and engraved by T. H. Shepherd. (Engravings. 
Vol. 1. No. 6.) 

Eve, from the Statue by E. H. Baily, in the Bristol Institution. (En- 
gravings, A. No. 1.) 



PRINTS. 366 

FuTCH of Bacon Procession Metamorphosed, a Caricatorei by H.B. 
(Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 7.) 

FoBUM Bomanmn (The), bj J. Conej, after C. R. CockerelL (Engravings^ 
A. F. No. 10.) 

GiJiH Tilt, Death of a Stag, with Portraits of his Grace, John, fourth 
Duke of Atholl, of the Hon. George Murray, and of the celebrated 
Foresters, John Crerar, Madntyre, and Charles Crerar, by J. Brom- 
ley, after E. Landseer. (Engravings, A. F. No. 12.) 

Great Seal of England, by C. Freebaim, with Bates' Patent Anaglypto- 
graph, after B. Wyon. (Engravings. VoL 1. No. 14.) 

Gbsbnough(G. B.), Sketch of his Villa in the Regent's Park, by H. Winkles, 
after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 12.) 

Group (A), by H. C. Shenton, after T. Stothard. (Engravings, C. Na 7.) 

HoLWOOD, near Keston, Kent, the Seat of the late Right Hon. W. Pitt, 
by T. Scandret, after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 15.) 

Infanta (The), by Luderitz, of Berlin, after Velasquez. (Engravings. 
VoL 1. No. 10.) 

Italian Girls preparing for a Festa, by D. Lucas, aftier P. Williams. 
(Engravings. VoL 1. No. 7; and Engravings, A.) 

Johnson (Dr.) Autograph Letter of Thanks to the Vice-Chancellor of 
Oxford, by C. G. Lewis. (Engravings, C. No. 19.) 

Joshua commanding the Sun, painted and engraved by J. Martin. (En- 
gravings, A. F. No. 3.) 

Landscapb, by J. H. Kemot, after C. Varley. (Engravings, C. No. 8.) 

Lbopold, a celebrated Race-horse, property of J. G. Lambton, Esq., 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 22.) 

Little Psoot, a Horse brought from the Thibet Mountains ; height, 
33 inches ; 9 years old; drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Wa^'s 
Works. No. 24.) 

London Universitv, the Design adopted by the Council, aft;er W. Wilkins. 
(Engravings, C. No. 22.) 

Malwatt^ WiHABi (The), at Eandy, in Ceylon, by H. W. Burgess, after 
C. H. Cameron. (Engravings, A. No. 5.) 

Masbnoo, a favourite Barb Charger, rode by Napoleon at Waterloo, 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 17.) 

Maroam Abbey, the Seal of, Glamorganshire, 1518. (Engrav., C. No. 5.) 

Monitor, a Blood-Horse, the property of Greorge rv., drawn and engraved 
by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 15.) 

Naval Monument, Design for a National, proposed to be erected in 
Trafalgar Square, by L. Haghe, after T. Bellamy. (Engravings. 
VoL 1. No. 13.) 

Nbw Zealand. Part of Lambton Harbour, in Port Nicholson, bv T. 
Allom, after C. Heaphy. (Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 10.) 

View of Nelson Haven, in Tasman's Gulf, by T. Allom, aftier 

C. Heaphy. (Engravings, A. F. VoL 2. No. 8.) 

Part of the New Plymouth Settlement in the District of Taranake, 



by T. Allom, after G. Duppa. (Engravings, A. F. VoL 2. No. 11.) 
View of a part of the Town of Wellington, by T. Allom, after 



C. Uet^hj. (Engravings, A. F. VoL 2. No. 9.) 



366 PRINTS. 

NiiTEVSH, the Fall o^ painted and engraved by J. Martin. (Engravings, 
A.F. No. 6.) 

NoNPAEEiL, a Favourite Charger of Greorge iv., drawn and engraved by 
J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 12.) 

Pbesian Horse (A), the property of the Duke of Northnmberiand, dnwo 
and engraved by J, Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 18.) 

Phantom, a celebrated Race-horse, property of Sir John Shelley, Bart, 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 23.) 

Philippa (daughter of Henry rv. of England), Tomb in Wadsteni 
Monastery, Sweden. (Engravings, C. No. 23.) 

Plymouth, the Royal William Yard, by L. Haghe, after C. Porsff. 
(Engravings. VoL 1. No. 12.) 

Primbose, a Brood Mare, and Foal, property of the Duke of Graftoo, 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 20.) 

Princess-Rot AL (The), property of Sir T. Moslyn, Bart, drawn and en- 
graved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 26.) 

Rennie (Greorge), Designs for the Architectural Decoration of the Divi- 
dend Pay and Warrant Office. (Engravings, A. Nos. 8, 9, and IQ.) 

RovEB, a favourite Dog, the property of Earl Powis, by W. D. Ta^or, 
after J. Ward. (Ward's Works, No. 29 ; and Engravings, VoL 1. 
No. 9.) 

Russell (Lord William), the Trial of, painted and engraved by Sir G. 
'Hayter. (Engravings. Vol. 1. No. 1.) 

Saint James's Park. Design for the Entrance from Carlton House 
Street, after J. L. Higgins. (Engravings, C. No. 8.) 

View in, shewing Rosamond's Pond, lithographed by F. Rose, 

after W. Hogarth. (Engravings, A. F. VoL 2. No. 6.) 

Samuel, by J. Brett, after Sir Joshua Reynolds. (Engravings. Vol. 1. 
No. 11.) 

Scott Monument (The), by Brown and Somerville, after G. M. Kemp. 
(Engravings, A. F. Vol. 2. No. 16.) 

Self-supporting Institution, proposed by Mr. J. M. Morgan, in " Reli- 
gion and Crime," after G. F. Bragg. (Engravings, A. F. Vc^ 2. 
No. 15.) 

Shepherd Boy (A), drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. 
No. 28.) 

Shepherd's Dog (A), drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. 
No. 27.) 

Soothsayer, a celebrated Race-horse of George iv., drawn and engraved 
by J. Ward. (Ward's Works. No. 14.) 

Studies from Nature, drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Ward's 
Works. No. 10.) 

Temple of Jerusalem, the Beautiful Gate, by C. Freebaim, with Bates' 
Patent Anaglyptograph, after Raffaelle. (Engravings, A. No. 24.) 

Towneley Museum (The), by H. Worthington, after J. Zofiany. (En- 
gravings, A. F. No. 1.) 

Villa (A), by J. Roffe, after D. Burton. (Engravings, C. No. 10.) 

Walton, a celebrated Race-horse, property of Sir J. Shelley, Bart, 
drawn and engraved by J. Ward. (Waixl's Works. No. 21.) 



CATALOGUE 



PART III. 



TRACTS. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Uiedfor Reference to the Collections in which the Tracts are eontanied. 



•••••«••• 



Am. CiolL for Ciollection of 

AUlCSoU. 
Bangor. Ck>lL 
BnllionCoU. 

Chaiges 

Ck>mL.Ck>lL 
Can*. CioIL ... 
Mack.Ck>lL 
MiflcColL... 
BlHttColL 



Nasm. ColL 



Scnaons ......... 

Slavery Coll. ... 

Tract ControY. 
Union ColL ... 



Tracts on America. 

formed by the Athensom. 
on the Bangorian Controreny. 
on the Bullion Qneation. 
of Charges. 

on the Com Law QoestioiL 
on the Currency Qoestion. 
formed by Sir James Mackintosh, 
on Miscellaneous Snlgects. 
formed by Morton Pitt, Esq. 

! formed by the Rev. I>r. Nasmiih, 
Editor of Tanner's Notitia Monasdc 

of Sermons. ^ 

on Slarery and the Slare Trade. 

on the Tracts for the Times. 

on the Union with Ireland. 



TRACTS. 



Abeken (H.) Letter to Dr. Pmey on certiun charges against the German Church. 

(Tract ControY. vol 1.) 8^^ London, 1842. 
Abkl Monitob. — ^see Banking. 

Abingdon (Earl of) Thoughts on the Letter of Edmund Burke on the Affairs of 
America. (M. Pitt ColL yoI. 89.) 8<> Ozfoid, 1778. 

Abstbact (The) January 22, 1838. (Ath. ColL vol. 102.) 8^^ London, 1838. 
AcHiLL Mission. The Inquisition in the Jury-Box ; an appeal from Irish Pro- 
testants agidnst Priestly oppression. (Ath. ColL voL 64.) 8® Dublin, 1836. 

Adaks (John Quincy) Address on the occasion of reading the Declaration of Inde- 
pendenee, July 4, 1821. (Am. ColL voL 17.) 8^ Washington, 1821. 

His Political Character delineated. By F. Baylies. (Am. ColL voL 24.) 8^ 

Albany, 1828. 

see Pickering and Webster. 



Addinoton (Henry) Speech, 12th February, 1799, relative to Ireland. (Union ColL 
YoLe.) 8^ Dublin, 1799. 

Aplum (John) A Memoir on the cultivation of the Vine in America, and the best 
mode of making Wine. (Am. Coll. voL 5.) 12^ Washington, 1828. 

Adolphus (J.) Speech on East India-built Shipping, May 24th, 1814. (Mack. Coll. 
ToL 4.) 8^ London, 1814. 

Attohanistin. Analytical Narrative of the Events relating to the Correspondence 

on the afEkirs of Persia and Affghanistan. (Ath. ColL voL 130.) 8^ London, 1839. 
Afvibiiation. a Letter to Sir R. Peel on the expediency of providing a Scheme of 

AArmation unrestricted by Sectarian Denomination. (Ath. Coll. vol. 151.) 

8^ London, 1841. 
Afbica. Prospectus of an Expedition into the interior of South Afiica from Dalagoa 

Bay. (Ath. ColL vol. 46.) 8^ London. 
Thoughts on the Abolition of the Slave Trade, and Civilisation of Africa ; 

with Remarks on the African Institution. (Slavery ColL voL 2.) 8^ Loud. 1816. 
AnucAN Company. A Detection of the Proceedings and Practices of the Directors of. 

the Royal African Company of England, from 1672 to 1748. (M Pitt ColL voL 45.) 

8^ London, 1749. 
■ Institution. Special Report of the Directors of the African Institution 

respecting the allegations of R. Thorpe. (Mack. ColL voL 20.) 8^ Lond. 1815. 
Rbpositobt (The) and Colonial Journal, for March, 1828. (Am. ColL voL 



21.) 8^ 1828. 

Trade and Forts (Thoughts on the). (M Pitt ColL voL 45.) 8^ Lond. 1749. 



AoBiGULTUBK (A Treatise on); comprising a concise History of its origin and 
p rogr es s, the present condition of the Art, abroad and at home, and the Theory 
and Practice of Husbandry. (Am. ColL voL 2.) 8^ Albany, 1819. 

A Letter to Lord SomerviUe to shew the inutility of the Plans and Researches 

of the Board of Agrieuhnre. (Nasm. ColL voL S2.) 8^ London, 1800. 

3b 



370 TRACTS. 

Agricultuilax Distress. Letter to Lord Eldon on the present State of Agricoltonl 
Lessees and their right to Relief from the Payment of Rent (Misc. ColL toL 4.) 
8^ London, 1822. 

Address to the Landed Proprietors, on the state of the Agricultoral Po- 
pulation, and the baneful effects of Absenteeism. (Ath. ColL voL 81.) 8° 
London, 1834. 

Agricultural and Industrial Magazine of the Society for the Enoooragement of 
Domestic Industry. (Ath. Coll. vol. 81.) 8^ I^ndon, 1834. 

Labour and Wages (A Letter on), addressed to H. Gervais* Esq. (Ath. 

Coll. vol. 34.) 8° Exeter, 1831. 

AiNGER (A.) Suggestions towards an amendment of the Building Act. (Ath. ColL 
vol. 24.) 8° London, 1825. 

Plan for preserving the Thames at London as pure as the higher parts of the 

River. (Ath. Coll. voL 24.) 8° Ix)ndon, 1830. 

A&ERMAN (J. Y.) Observations on the Coinage of the Ancient Britons. (Misc. 

Coll. vol. 4.) 4° London, 1837. 
■ Further Observations on the Coinage of the Ancient Britons. (Wse, CoH 

vol. 7.) 4° London, 1839. 

The Forgeries of Public Money. (Ath. ColL vol 164.) S^ London, 1843. 



Alabama. Comptroller's Report; with six Autograph Letters in answer to CapL 
Basil Hall's Queries on the Financial, Civil, and Military Departments of the State 
of Alabama. (Am. Coll. vol 42.) 8° Mobile, 1828. 

Albany. Annual Report of the Trustees of the Albany Lancaster School Society. 
(Am. Coll. vol. 38.) 8° Albany, 1829. 

Alberoni (Cardinal) Moral Reflexions on his Ministry, inscribed to Lord Harrington. 
(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 24.) 8° London, 1735. 

Alcantara (Don Feman. de) Miraculous Escape Arom the prisons of the InquisitioD ; 
with Observations on the Oxford Tract Theology. (Tract Controv. toI. 8.) 8^ 
Oxford, 1841. 

Aldwinckle. a Faithful Narrative of the Presentation to the Rectory of Aldwinckk, 
Northamptonshire. (Nasm. Coll. voL 24.) 8^ London, 1767. 

Alien Question Unmasked (An abridged View of the). By the Editor of the Cana- 
dian Freeman. (Am. Coll. vol. 9.) 8° York, 1826. 

Allen (J.) Vindication of the Ancient Independence of Scotland. (Ath. Coll. vol 41.) 
8^ London, 1833. 

(Robert) on the Nature and Methods of carrying on a trade to the South Sea, 

(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 12.) 8° London, 1712. 

(Stephen) Observations on Penitentiary Discipline, addressed to Wm. Roscoe, 



Esq. (Am. Coll. vol. 32.) 8° New York, 1827. 

Allez (John) Oppression in the Army: or, the favoured Colonel and persecuted 
Soldier, as exhibited in his case and that of Colonel Goldie. (Ath. ColL vol 77.) 
8° London, 1835. 

Allies (T. W.) On the influence of Practical Piety on the temporal and eternal 
interests of Mankind ; an Essay. (Sermons, vol. 2.) 12° Oxford. 

Almanac. Agricultural Almanac for 1828, by A. E, Miller. (Am. ColL vol 4.) 
8° Charleston. 

North-Carolina Almanac for 1829, calculated by Hurson M. Cave. (Am. 

Coll. vol 46.) 12° Raleigh. 

The Upper Canada Almanac and Provincial Calendar for 1827, by J. G. 



Chewett. (Am. CoU. voL 9.) 12° York. 

Desilver*8 United States Almanac for 1828 and 1829, comprising Calculations 



for the Latitudes and Meridians of the Northern, Southern, and Western States. 
By S. Smith. (Am. ColL voL 21.) 8° Philadelphia. 

Universal Almanac for 1829. By Roach. (Am. Coll. voL 21.) 12<^ Baltimore. 



TRACTS. 371 

AufAHAC. Virginia and North Carolina Almanac for 1828. (Am. Coll. toI. 46.) 
12° Richmond. 

AufON (John) His Trial for selling Junius* Letters. (M. Pitt ColL 7oL 71.) S*' 
London, 1770. 

AiiSTON (R. G.) Some Arguments against National Religions Establishments. ( Ath. 

ColL voL 136.) 8° London, 1840. 
see Hudson. 

AxTEBNATiTEs ; or, What are the Moderate Tories and Conservative Whigs to do? 
(Ath. ColL vol. 51.) S° London, 1834. 

AxTANLET (Lord) The State of Lreland considered. (Ath. Coll. yoI. 146.) 8^ 
London, 1841. 

see Roden. 

Akbbica. Some Bints to People in Power on the present melancholy situation of 
onr Colonies in North America. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 60.) 8° London, 1763. 

History of the conduct of the Present Ministry vith regard to the American 

Stamp Act (M Pitt ColL voL 65.) 8^ London, 1766. 

First and Second Protest and List of the Minority who voted agunst the 



Repeal of the American Stamp Act (Nasm. ColL vol. 12.) 3 vols. 8^ 
Paris, 1766. 

The Justice and Necessity of Taxing the American Colonies demonstrated, 



with a Vindication of the Authority of Parliament (M. Pitt CoU. vol. 65.) 8^ 
London, 1766. 

Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies 



in North America. (M. Pitt ColL voL 75 and 90, and Am. Coll. vol. 50.) 8® 
London, 1774. 

Appeal to the Justice and Interests of Great Britain in the disputes with Ame- 



rica. (M. Pitt Coll. voL 108, and Am. ColL vols. 50 and 51.) S° London, 1774. 
A Letter from a Farmer in Pennsylvania to the Inhabitants of the British Colo- 



nies. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 76.) 8° Philadelphia, 1774. 

The Pennsylvanian Farmer on the Constitutional Power of Great Britain over 



the Colonies of America. (M. Pitt Coll. voL 75, and Am. Coll. voL 50.) 8° 
Philadelphia, 1774. 

Extracts from the Votes and Proceedings of the American Continental Con- 

(M. Pitt ColL vol. 76, and Am. Coll. vol. 50.) S° Philadelphia, 1774. 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia, 1774. (M. 



Pitt Coll. YoL 78.) 8° London, 1775. 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress, and Petition to the King. (Am. 



Coll. voL 60.) S° London, 1774. 

Speech intended to have been spoken in support of the Petition from the 



General Congress at Philadelphia. (Am. ColL vol. 51.) 8^ London, 1775. 

Speech intended to have been spoken on the Bill for altering the Charters of 



Bfassachusetts Bay. (Am. ColL voL 50.) 8° London, 1774. 

A Brief Extract of Important Arguments in support of the Supremacy of the 



British Legislature, and their right to Tax the Americans. (]VL Pitt ColL voL 77.) 
S^ London, 1775. 

The Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America. 



(BL Pitt Coll. vol. 78, and Am. ColL vol. 48.) S° London, 1775. 

Two Appeals to the Justice and Interests of the People of Great Britain in the 



present disputes with America. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 78.) 8° London, 1775. 

A Second Appeal to Justice and Interests of the People, on the Measures re- 



specting America. (Am. ColL vols. 48 and 51.) 8^ London, 1775. 

Journal of the Proceedings of the Congress held at Philadelphia, May, 1775. 



(M. Pitt CoU. YoL 80.) 8° Philadelphia, 1776. 



372 TRACTS. 

America. The Rights of Great Britain asserted against the daima of America ; bong 
an answer to the Declaration of the General Congress, with a farther Reftitatioo df 
Dr. Price's State of the National Debt (Am. CdL vol. 48, and M. Pitt CoU. ?oL 
83.) 8° London, 1776. 

Common Sense ; addressed to the Inhabitants of America, with additions} sad 

Plain Truth, in answer to Common Sense. (M. Pitt ColL toI. 82.) 3 toIs. 8^ 
London, 1776. 

A further Examination of oar present American Measares, and of the Bessoo 



and the Principles on which they are fonnded. (M. ntt ColL vol. 83, and Am. CoD. 
vol.48.) 8° Bath, 1776. 

Joomal of the Provincial Congress of South Carolina, 1776. (M. Pitt ColL 



voL 84.) S° London, 1776. 

Remarks on the conduct of the Opposition with regard to America ; shewing 



their inconsistency by a short Review of their own Measures. (M. Pitt ColL joL 
87.) 8^ London, 1777. 

The Conciliatory Bills considered. (M. Pitt ColL yoL 90.) 8^ Lond. 1778. 

Considerations on the Present State of Affairs between England and America. 



(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 88.) S^ London, 1778. 

A Plan of Re-union between Great Britain and her Colonies. (M. Pitt CoD. 



voL 88.) 8° London, 1778. 

The Examination of Jos. Galloway, Speaker of the House of Assembly of 



Pennsylvania, before the House of Conmions, in a Committee on the American 
Papers ; with Notes. (M. Pitt ColL voL 92.) 8° London, 1779. 

Considerations upon the American Enquiry. (M. Pitt ColL toL 98.) 8*^ 



London, 1779. 

A View of the Evidence relative to the conduct of the American War, under 



Sir Wm. Howe, Lord Howe, and General Burgojme, with the celebrated Fogitire 
Pieces which gave rise to that important Inquiry. (M. Pitt ColL toL 94, and 
NasuL Coll. voL 28.) 8° London, 1779. 

The Detail and Conduct of the American War under Generals Gage, Hove, 



Bnrgoyne, and Admiral Lord Howe, with the whole Evidence, as given before the 
Committee of the House of Commons, and the celebrated Fugitive Pieces which 
gave rise to that Inquiry. (M. Pitt Coll. voL 96.) 8^ London, 1780. 

Considerations upon the French and American War. (M. Pitt ColL voL 95.) 



8° London, 1779. 

Letters to a Nobleman on the conduct of the War in the Middle Cobniei 



(M. Pitt ColL vol. 91.) S^ London, 1779. 

Historical and Political Reflections on the Rise and Progress of the American 



Rebellion. (M. Pitt ColL voL 97.) 8° London, 1780. 

A Plan ; or. Articles of Perpetual Union, Commerce, and Friendship, betveen 



Great Britain and her American Colonies. (M. Pitt ColL voL 96.) S^ Lond. 178a 
Constitutional Law, comprising the Declaration of Independence, the Articles 



of Confederation, the Constitution of the United States, and of the several States 
composing the Union. (Am. ColL voL 45.) 12^ Washington, 1820. 

Considerations on the Attorney-General's Bill for the establishment of Peace 



with America. (M. Pitt ColL voL 101.) 8° London, 1782. 

Addresses and Recommendations to the States, by Congress. (Itf. Pitt CoU 



voL 107.) 8° London, 1783. 

Copies of the Provisional and Preliminary Articles of Peace betweoi Great 



Britain, France, Spain, and America. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 107.) 8^ London, 1783. 
Observations on the Fifth Article of the Treaty with America. (M. Pitt CoD. 



vol. 105.) 8° London, 1783. 

The Treaties between his Most Christian Migesty, and the Thirteen United 



States of America. (M. Pitt ColL voL 87.) 8^^ London, 1783. 



TRACTS. 878 

Ambuca. Tbe Cue and Claim of Uil' AmGricns Loyalists considered, with the partl- 

culBTeaM of those of Georgia. (M. Pitt Coll. voL 105.) 8° LoadoD, 1783. 
Letter from an American on the Restruning ProclaiDBtion. (M. Pitt Coll. 

ToL no.) 6° London, 1784. 
Considerations od the situation of Great Britain and the United States, with a 

view to CommeTcLsl Connexions. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 110.) 6° London, 17S4. 
Remarks on Lord Sheffield's Observations on the commerce of the American 

States. (M. Pitt CoU. ToL 110.) 8" London, 1784. 
Taxation do Tjrannj' ; an Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the 

American Congress. (Am. Coll. vol 48.) fl° London, 1785. 
The Claim of the American I^yBlists reviewed, and maintained npon incontro- 

TCttible principles of Law and Justice. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 133.) 6° London. 1788. 
Eitracl ft-oQi Chnlmer!' Collection of Opinions of Embeni Lawyers on the Law 

oTIfatioDB. (Mack. Coll. voL 8.) 8= 1B09. 
Thrpc Messages from the President of the United Stales to Congress, in No*. 

1811, withDocmnentettccompanyingthesamc. (Am. Coll. voL49.) 8° Loud. 1812. 

Copies and Extracts of DocnmentE on tbe subject of British Impressments of 

American Seamen. (Am. ColL vol. 49.) 8° London, 1813. 

A dispassionate Inqairy into the reasons alleged bj Mr. Madison, for de- 
claring an offensive and ruinous War against Great Britaiu, By a New England 
Farmer. (Am. ColL vol. 49.) 8° London, 1813. 

An Address of Members of the Huime of Represenmtives of the I'niled 

States, to their consCitnents, ou the subject of the War with Great Britain. (Am. 
CoU- voL 49.) 8° London, 1812. 

Perpetual War, the policy of Mr. Madison ; a candid Examination of his lole 

Message to Congress, as respects the pretended Nepociations for Peace, a Coascript 
Militia, and tbe Establishment of a Local Volunteer Force. By a New Eugland 
Farmer. (Am. Coli vol 49.) 8° London, 1813. 

Letter to G. Canning, on the origin and continuance of the War with America. 

(Mack. ColL VOLS.) 8" London, 1814. 

Two Tracts, shewing Ibat Americana, bora before the Independence, are uot 

Aliens. (Mack. ColL voL 8.) 8= London, 1314. 

A Treatise on Eipatria^on. (Mack. ColL vol. 8.) 8° Washington. 1814. 

Reply to the Re-statement of Mr. Chalmers' Opinion on the Legal Effects re- 

snltingfrom the Independence of the United States. (Mack. ColL voL 8.) 8* Lon- 
don, 1814. 

Report on RodjIs, Bridges, and Canals, read in tbe Senate, March S3, IB21L 

(Am. ColL ToL 34.) 8° 1822. 

Report of the Committee on the state of the Republic, in reference to the mur- 
der of Mackintosh. (Am. Coll. voL 10.) 8= MillcdgcviUe, 1835. 

A Sketch of the laternal Condition of the United States of America, and of 

their Political Relations with Europe. By a Russian. [J. Smimove.] Tranataled 
fhim the French, with Notes. (Am. Coll. rol. 3.) 8° Baltimore, tSSS. 

A cotmected View of the whole internal Navigation of the United States, natural 

and artificial, present and prospective. (Am. ColL vol. 3.) 8° Philadelphia, 1826, 

An Aet to incorporate the Columbia, Lancaster, and PhtladelpbJa RaQroad 

Company. (Am. ColL vot. 34.) 8° Philadelphia, 1826. 

Message f^m the President of the United States to the two Houses of Coti- 

gresB, at tbe commencement of tbe First Session of (he 20th Congress. (Am. ColL 
ToL 12.) 8° Washington, 1827. 

Letter trtim the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting the Annual Report of 

tbe Sttte of the Finances. (Am. Coll. voL !1.) 8° Washington, 1827- 

Documents from the Department of State, and ftiAu the War Department, with 

the Fresidenl'a Messages. (Am. ColL voL 10.) 8° Washington, I B37. 



J 



374 TRACT& 

Ajcbbica. Documents from the Navy Department, thePo8i-lfa8ter-GeDeral,andthe 
Commissioner of the General Land Office, accompanying the Prendenfs Men^e 
to Congress. (Am. Coll. vol 10.) 8^ Washington, 1827. 

General Convention of Agriculturists and Manu&cturers, and oUiefs fnendly 

to the encouragement and support of the Domestic Industry of the United Stato, 
July 30, 1827. (Am. ColL vol. 30.) S^ Harrisburg, 1827. 

A Sketch of the present state of Conmierce, Agriculture, and Mannftctores, in 



the United States; with some Observations on the impolicy of high Tariff Lavs. 
(AuL Coll. vol. 32.) 8^ Philadelphia, 1827. 

A Memorial to Congress against an increase of Duties on ImportatioDs, bj 



citizens of Boston and ite vicinity. (Am. ColL vol 31.) 8^ Boetovi, 1827. 

The Crisis : or Essays on the Usurpations of the Federal Government By Brutus. 



(Am. Coll. vol. 16.) 8^ Charleston, 1827. 

Congressional Directory for the First Session of the 20th Congrets of the 



United States. (Am. Coll. vol. 34.) 12^ Washington, 1827-8. 

Report of the Commissioners on the Penal Code, with the accompanying Docu- 



ments. (Am. ColL vol. 26.) 8^ Harrisburg, 1828. 

Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury, transmitting Statements oi the 



Commerce and Navigation of the United States, daring the year ending on the 30di 
of Sept 1828. (Am. ColL voL 11.) S^ Washington, 1828. 

Documents from the Department of War, the Navy Department, and the 



Department of State, accompanying the President's Message to Congress at the 
commencement of the Second Session of the 20th Congress. (Am. ColL voL 12.) 
8° Washington, 1828. 

Observations on the Report of the Conmiittee of Ways and Means, made at 



Washington, March 12, 1828. (Am. ColL voL 30.) S^ Philadelphia, 1828. 
On the Warehousing System and Government Credits of the United Statei 



(Am. Coll. voL 31.) 8° Philadelphia, 1828. 

A few Notes respecting the United States of North America. (Ath. ColL 



voL 120.) 8° London, 1839. 
see Colonies. 



Abierican Episcopal Church. Canons of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
United States of America ; with the Constitution of the said Church, and course of 
studies establLsbed by the House of Bishops in 1804. (Am. ColL vol. 13.) S^ 
New York, 1825. 

Episcopal Church. The Constitution, Act of Incorporation, and Statutes of 

the General Theological Seminary of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United 
States. (Am. ColL vol. 13.) 8° New York, 1822. 

Episcopal Church. Journal of the Proceedings of the General Convention of 



the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, held in Pbilsdei- 
phia in 1826. (Am. Coll. voL 13.) 8^ New YoA, 1826. 

Episcopal Church. Journal of the Convention of the Protestant Episcopsi 



Church of Maryland, held in 1828. (Am. ColL voL 14.) 8° Baltimore, 182S. 
National Academy of Design; its Constitution and Bye-Laws. (Am. CoQ- 



voL 14.) 8° New York, 1826. 

Tariff (The) discussed, in communications published in the Charleston City 



Gazette, and Charleston Courier. (Am. Coll. vol. 30.) 8° Charleston. 1827. 
—— Boundary Line. — see Chipman, Hamilton, Head, James, Yule. 

Colonies (North) Observations upon their importance to Great Britain. (Am. 



Coll. vol. 8.) 8° Halifax, 1825. 
Anarchy (The Pleasures of), a Dramatic Poem. (Plays, vol. 1.) 8° London, 1832. 

Aja>R£W8 (Robert C.) Letter to Sir Robert Peel on the prevention of the re-establish- 
ment in Ireland of Popery and Priestcraft, (Ath. Coll. voL 15.) 8° Lond. 1828. 

Amgelo (Michael) — see Catalogue, and Raphael. 



TRACTS. 375 

Anolxset (Case of Ann, Coantess of) and her three sorriTing Daughters. (Nasm. 
ColL voL 16.) 89 London, 1766. 

(The Marquis of) — see Gregory. 

Anolo-Cathoucus. What are the English Roman Catholics to do? (Ath. Coll. 
▼oL 146.) 8° London, 1841. 

Amichini (P.) Remarks on the present laws of Marriage, Adnltery, and Seduction, in 
England. (Ath. ColL yoL 77.) 8^ London, 1835. 

A Few Remarks on the Annirersary Dinner of the Literary Fund Society, 

1838. (Ath. Coll vol. 103.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Animal Magnetism (A Short Sketch of). (Ath. CoU. toI. 99.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Amjou's (The Duke of) Succession considered as to its Legality and Consequences. 
Two parts; with an Answer. (M Pitt ColL voL 7.) 4° I^ndou, 1701. 

Amkbtbl (W. R.) The conduct of the resident Landlords of Ireland contrasted with 
that of the Absentees. (Ath. Coll. vol 174.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Anns (Queen) A Collection of all her Majesty's Speeches, Messages, &c., from her 
Accession to June 1712. (M Pitt ColL voL 12.) 8^ London, 1712. 

(Good Queen) Vindicated, and the Ingratitude, Insolence, &c., of her Whig 

Ministry and the Allies detected and exposed. (M. Pitt ColL voL 44.) 8^ Lond. 1748. 

Amneslet (Alex.) Strictures on the True Causes of the present alarming scarcity of 
Grain and other Provisions, and a plan for permanent relief. (Nasm. ColL voL 32.) 
8° London, 1800. 
A nwuiTiK S. — Goyemment Tables of Life Annuities. (Misc. Coll. vol, 6.) 4° 
■ Instructions for the establishment of Parochial Societies for granting Govern- 

ment Annuities. (Ath. Coll. vols. 100 and 147.) 8^ London, 1837. 

Anstet (Christ) The New Bath Guide. (Nasm. ColL vol. 14.) 8° Cambridge, 1766. 

Anticipation : containing the substance of his Majesty's most gracious Speech to both 
Houses of Parliament [By R. TickelL] (M. Pitt ColL voL 87.) 8° London, 1778. 

Anti-Slayert Monthly Reporter, for Sept 1826. (Am. ColL voL 29.) 8^ Lond. 1826. 
Reporter (The) for January, 1831. (Slavery ColL voL 6.) 8° London, 1831. 

Apostoucal Succession. The Uninterrupted Succession of the Ecclesiastical Mission 
asserted. (Bangor. ColL voL 4.) 8^ London, 1717. 

Afotbecaues. Statement of the Society of Apothecaries on their administration of 
the Apothecaries' Act. (Ath. ColL voL 181.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Appeals to the Sense of the People on the present posture of Affiurs. (M Pitt ColL 

voL 51.) 8^ London, 1756. 
Appleton (Nathan) Examination of the Banking System of Massachusetts. (Ath. 

Coll. voL 69.) 8° Boston, 1831. 
Remarks on Currency and Banking, having reference to their derangement 

in the United States. (Misc. ColL vol. 10.) 8° Boston, 1841. 

App&bnticb Laws — ^their Origin, Object, and Operation. (Mack. ColL vol. 2.) 8^ 
London, 1814. 

Aram (Eugene) The Genuine Account of his Life and Trial for the murder of Daniel 
Clarke. (Nasm. ColL voL 9.) 8^ London, 1759. 

Abchiologicus. What is Style ? — the Royal or Baronial ? — the Priestly or Monastic ? 

or the Squirely ? for the New Houses of Parliament (Ath. ColL vol. 104.) 8^ 

London, 1837. 

Arqtle's (The Duke of) Conduct reviewed. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 29.) 8® Lond. 1740. 

Abutocract and Democracy. (Ath. Coll. voL 102.) 8° London. 

Aristophanes. Plutus, the God of Riches, a Comedy, translated, with Notes, by H. 
Fielding and Wm. Young. (Nasm. ColL voL 3.) 8° London, 1742. 

Armand (James) A Sermon on the Spirit of the Gospel, translated by Thot. Davey. 
(Nasm. Coll. voL 4.) S*^ Norwich, 1763. 



376 TRACXa 



Abmstbono (Biij.-GeiL) On Corporal Pcnwhinftnti in the Britith Army; wi& t 
plan to provide seamen for the Nayy without Im pr e aime n t (Ath. CoQ. toL 51) 
8^ London, 1834. 

AxxT. An Argument shewing that ft Standing Army ia inoonaistent wt^ a Free 
GoTemment (Bl Pitt ColL vol 1.) 8^ London* 1697. 

Reasons against a Standing Army. (M. Pitt CioU. yoL 16.) 8^ Londoa, 1717. 

Three Speeches against oontinning the Army. (Bl Pitt CoQ. toL 16.) 8° 

London, 1718. 

Letter from a By-stander, wheron is examined what necearity there is fcr tbe 



maintenance of a large regular Land-Foroe, with two Anawen. (M. Pitt CqH 
YoL 32.) 3 vols. 8^ London, 1742. 

Enquiry into the extraordinary and adyantageous Bargain for renittiog 



money for the pay of the Forces abroad. (M. Pitt Coll. toL 37.) B9 London, 1743. 

Arnold (Thomas) Principles of Church Reform. (Ath. ColL toL 31.) 8^ Loud. 18SS. 

An Inaugural Lecture on the Study of Modem History. (Ath. ColL yoL I6i) 

8® Oxford, 1841. 

(Thomas Kirchever) Remarka on Rev. F. Close's Churdi Arduteetue serip- 



turally considered. (Ath. Coll. toL 185.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Arnott (Archdeacon) — see Napoleon. 

Abbitabene (M.) Considerations sur lea principauz moyena d'am^Uorer le sort da 
Classes Ouvri^res. (Sfisc CoH vol 2.) 12^ Bruxelles, 1832. 

Abticlbs. Subscription no Bondage ; or, the Practical Advantagea of the XXXU 

Articles in Academical Education. (Ath. ColL voL 61.) B^ Oxford, 1835. 
The XXXIX Articles oonstmed by themsdyes. (Tract. ControT. vol 7.) 8" 

Oxford, 1841. 
Artiixert (Notes on). (Ath. ColL voL 20.) 8^ London, 1826. 
Ahhlet (Lord) A few Words to, from a Country Clergyman. (Ath. ColL toL 171.) 

8^ London, 1843. 
Case and Appeal of James Ashley in relation to Simons, the Polish JeV' 

(Nasm. ColL vol. 12.) 8^ London, 1753. 

(John) Memoirs concerning the Trade and Rerenues of the Britiah Colooiei 



in America. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 28.) 8° London, 1740. 

AsHPiTBL (Arthur) A Few Tracts on the Com I^iws, defending the Agncoltonl 
Interest (Ath. ColL voL 113.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Astronomical Socistt. — see Transactions. 

Atchison (late Captain of the Royal Artillery,) Statement in defence of his Mili- 
tary Integrity. (Ath. Coll. vol. 47.) 8^ London, 1834. 

Athens. On certain disputed Positions in the Topography of Athens. [By Lieot- 
Colonel W. M. Leake.] (Ath. ColL vol. 73.) 8^ London, 1835. 

Atkinson (Christopher) — see Scourge. 

(Jaspar) On the Bullion Committee. (Bullion ColL voL 2.) 8^ London, 1810. 

(W.) The Reason for protecting Home Trade ; or, the principle of Free Trade 

refated. (Ath. ColL voL 58.) 8® London, 1833. 

The State of the science of Political Economy investigated. (Ath. CoE toL 



100.) 8^ London, 1838. 

The Com Laws; or. How stands the question? (Ath. ColL voL 113.) 8° 



London, 18.39. 

Attachment. Considerations on Proceedings by Information and Attachment 
(Nasm. ColL vol. 20.) S^ London, 1768. 

AuRURN State- Prison. Report of the Commissioners directed to visit it. (Am. CdD. 
voL 28.) 8° Albany, 1827. 

Report of Gershom Powers, the Agent and Keeper. (Am. ColL voL 26.) 

8° Albany, 1828. 



TRACTS. 377 

AucKULND (Lord) The Substance of his Speech on Finance, May 2nd, 1796. (M. 
Pitt CoU. vol 133.) S^ London, 1796. 

Speech, April 11th, 1799, on the proposed Address to his Msjesty, on the 

Resolations, as a Basis of an Union between Great Britain and Ireland. (Union 
Coli vol. 6.) 8^ Dublin, 1800. 

see India. 



Australia. Proposal for founding a colony on the Southern Coast of Australia. 
(Ath. Coll vol. 36.) 8° London, 1831. 

Plan of a Company for founding a colony in Southern Australia. (Ath. 

Coa voL36.) 8° London, 1831. 

Outline of a plan of a proposed colony, to be founded on the South 0>ast of 



Australia. (Ath. Ck)lL vol 46.) 8^ London, 1834. 

Report of the Speeches at the appointment of Captain Hindmarsh as Governor 



of S. Australia. (Ath. Coll vol. 77.) 8^ London, 1835. 

Report on the Statistics of Western Australia, in 1840. (Ath. Coll vol 162.) 



8° Perth, 1841. 
ApgrwAT.ASTA. Sketch of a proposal for its Colonization. (Ath. Coll. vol 36.) 8^ 1833. 

AcsTBiA. Letter to the Craftsmen on the War against the Emperour [of Austria]. 
(M. Pitt Coll vol 23.) 8° London, 1734. 

Atbton (Scrope) Proposal for an Act for facilitating Deeds of Composition by In- 
solvent Traders. (Ath. C^ll. vol. 9.) 8^ London, 1833. 

Babbaob (Charles) Reflections on the Decline of Science in England, and on its 
causes. (Ath. Coll vol 12.) 8° London, 1830. 

Gn the alleged Decline of Science in England. By a Foreigner, [in reply to 

Babbage.] (Ath. Coll. vol 12.) 8^ London, 1831. 

Babinoton (G. G.) The Hunterian Oration. (Ath. Coll vol. 161.) 8^ London, 1842. 

Bacon (Lord) — see Montagu. 

>^ — The Case of Private and National Corruption and Bribery impartially con- 

Mend. (M. Pitt Coll. vol 18.) 8° London, 1721. 

(J.) On the Appointment of a Commission for promoting the Fine Arts. 



(Ath. Coll vol 165.) 8° London, 1843. 

Baooe (James) Popery in Alliance with Treason ; a Sermon. (Ath. Coll. vol 88.) 8° 
London, 1838. 

Baoot (Bishop) A Charge, delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of Oxford, at his 
fourth Visitation. (Charges, vol 4.) 8° Oxford, 1842, 

see Newman. 

Bailt (Francis) Memoir relative to the Annular Eclipse of the Sun, to happen Sept 
7, 1820. (Ath. CJoll vol. 73.) 8° London, 1818. 

Further Remarks on the defective state of the Nautical Almanac. (Ath. Coll 

vol 12.) 8^ London, 1829. 

Badi (Donald) The Importance of Agriculture to a State, the Necessity for protecting 
it in Great Britain, and the principles of that Protection explained. (Ath. (}oll. 
vol 47.) 8° London, 1834. 

Baimbridoe (W.) On Church Leases. (Ath. Coll vol. 160.) 8^ London, 1841. 

Bainbs (Dr.)— see Roman-catholic Question. 

(Edward) Reasons in favour of Free Trade in C^m, and against a Fixed Duty. 

(Com L. Coll vol 5.) 8^ Leeds, 1843. 

Letters to the Earl of Harewood, on the Price of Bread, and the Rent of Land. 



(Ath. Coll. vol. 179.) \2^ London, 1844. 

Babbb (Thomas) Memoirs of his Life and Writings ; with a Catalogue of his MS. 
Collections, by Robert Masters. (Nasm. Coll vol. 38.) 8^ Cambridge, 1784. 

BAI.ANCE of Power (The) past and prospective. (Ath. C^ll vol. 7.) 8° London, 1832. 

3 c 



378 TBACTa 

Baldwin (George) Political ReeoUcetioni lelatiTe to Egypt ; with ft Vwm&wt of 
the British Cunpaign in 1801. (Nasm. ColL toL 36.) 8^ London, 1801. 

Baix (Charles) An Union neither necessarj nor expedient for Irdand ; in answer 
to Argnments for and against an Union. (Union CoU. toI. 1.) 8^ DabliD, 1799. 

Ballot. Objections to the Ballot, by a Friend to Parliamentary Reform. (Ath. CoO. 
ToL 17.) 8^ London, 1831. 

Reflections on the Ballot. (Ath. ColL voL 17.) 8^ London, 1831. 

Questions on the Ballot, for the consideration of the People of Kngfand ( Atfa. 

ColL ToL 3a) 8^ London, 1833. 

Observations on the exercise and abase of the ElectiTe Franchise and Vote \tj 



BaUot (Ath. ColL ToL 72.) 8^ Bristol, 1837. 

Thoughts on the Ballot (Ath. ColL toL 170.) 8^^ London, 1837. 

A Test for the Ballot, drawn firom the principles of Democratic GoTenimeDt. 



(Ath. CoU. voL 107.) S^ London, 1839. 

see Bulkeley, Christie, Chorchill, Crombie, Denison, Nugent, Peaioe, and Smith. 



Baltimore City and County Report of the Trustees for the Poor, for 1827 and 182& 
(Am. ColL voL 22.) 8° Baltimore. 

Bahfil (Samuel) A Letter to D. Giddy, in answer to his Plain Statement of tk 
Bullion Question. (Currency ColL toL 2.) 8^ London, 1811. 

Bank of England (Remarks upon the) with regard more espedall j to oar Trade and 
GoTcmment (M. Pitt ColL toL 10.) 8^ London, 1705. 

Appeal to the People of England on the renewal of the Charter of the BsnL 

(Bl Pitt ColL ToL 34.) 8^ London, 1742. 

Facts relatire to the Bank of England, on the nature and infloenee of the Buk 



Charter. (Ath. ColL 7ol. 13.) 8^ London, 1832. 

Considerations on the Capital Stock of the Bank of England. (M. Pitt CoU. 



▼oL 122.) 8^ London, 1788. 

Address to the Proprietors of Bank Stock and the Public on the 



the Bank of England. (Ath. ColL yoL 13.) 8^ London, 1828. 

On the Advantages derived from the establishment of Branch Banks. (AtL 



ColL ToL 13.) 8° London, 1828. 

Power of the Bank of England, and the Use it has made of it. (Ath. CoD. 



ToL 29.) 8° London, 1832. 

An Impartial Inquiry into the Bank Question. (Ath. ColL toL 29.) S^ 



London, 1833. 

Report of the General Meeting of the Chamber of Commerce and Bfanufte* 



tures at Manchester, on the effects of the administration of the Bank of EnglaixL 
(Ath. ColL vol. 125.) 8° London, 1840. 

Bank of the United States, Report of the Stockholders, Sept 1, 1828. (Am. ColL 
ToL30.) 8^ Phihidelphia, 1828. 

Bankimo. Legislation gone astray ; or, Review of the Banking ControTeray. (Ath. 
ColL voL 13.) 8° London, 1828. 

Remarks on the Objections to Joint Stock Banks. (Ath. ColL toL 47.) 8^ 

London, 1833. 

The Safety and Advantages of Joint Stock Banking. (Ath. ColL toL 47.) 8° 



London, 1833. 

Considerations on Joint Stock Banking, chiefly with reference to the Sitot- 



tion and Liabilities of Shareholders. (Ath. Coll. vol. 47.) 8^ London, 1833. 
Report of the Committee of the House of Commons on Joint Stock Banks. 



(Ath. ColL voL 69.) 8° London, 1836. 

Letter to the Secret Committee of the House of Commons on Joint Stock Banks, 



by Alfred. (Ath. Coll. vol. 69.) 8° London, 1837. 

Facts and Fallacies in the Evidence taken by ** The Committee on Banks of 



Issue," by Abel Monitor. (Ath. CoU. voL 147.) 8^ London, 184 L 



TRACTS. 379 

BAHKora The Minister Mistaken; or, the Queition of Depreciation erroneously 
stated bj Mr. Hnskisson. (Ath. ColL vol. 176.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Banks (A letter to Sir Joseph) containing Strictures on his Letter to the National 
Institote of France. (Nasm. ColL vol. 42.) 8° London, 1802. 

(Perc. W.) Remarks concerning the trial of Controverted Elections. (Ath. 

ColL YoL 83.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Barbaix>e8. Debate in the House of Commons, June 23, 1825, on Mr. Buxton's Motion 
relative to the demolition of the Methodist Chapel and Mission-House, in Barbadoes, 
and expulsion of Mr. Shrewsbury from that Island. (Slavery ColL voL 6.) 8^ 
London, 1825. 

Babbeb (Capt James) The Court of Directors of the East India Company, versus Her 
Mi^esty's Ministers, &c., as regards a complete plan of Steam Communication be- 
tween England and India. (Ath. ColL voL 129.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Philojohannes Unmasked, and the truth told, relative to the East India Com- 
pany's management of Steam Communication with India. (Ath. ColL voL 129.) 
8^ London, 1839. 

Babdwbix (William) Westminster Improvements ; a Brief Account of Ancient and 
Modem Westminster ; with Observations on former Plans of Improvement (Ath. 
ColL voL 118.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Ba&ino (Bingham) A Letter to the Electors of Winchester. (Ath. Coll. vol. 51.) 
8^ London, 1835. 

(Francis) The Commutation Act ; its Principle established by Facts. (M. Pitt 

ColL ToL 117.) 8° London, 1786. 

Barker (J. N.) — see Meade. 

Barlow (H. C.) On the Causes and Effects of Disease, in reference to the Moral Con- 
stitution of Man. (Ath. CoU. voL 99.) 89 Edinburgh, 1837. 

Barnard (Sir John) A Letter to, on his Proposals for raising Three Millions of Money ; 

with Remarks on the Letter. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 42.) 2 vols. 8^ London, 1746. 
(Mordaunt) Reasons of a Clergyman for acting as a Guardian of the Poor. 

(Ath. ColL voL 92.) 8*^ London, 1837. 

Barnes (Geo.) The Rights of the Imperial Crown of Ireland asserted and maintained, 
against Arguments for and against an Union, &c (Union ColL voL 2.) 8^ DubliD,1799. 

(J. H.) and E. a. CarrolL List of Articles free of Duty and Tariff from 1828, 

on all Goods imported into the U. S. of America. (Am. ColL voL 31.) 8^ Phila- 
delphia, 1828. 

Barret (Le Chevalier de) Reponse i M. Mehce Delatouche. (Mack. ColL voL 14.) 

8^ Paris, 1814. 
Barrois (J. de) Speech delivered at the Christian Association for the completion of 

Criminal Legislation. (Ath. ColL voL 184.) 8^ London, 1844. 

Barron (Henry W.) A few Notes on the Public Schools and Universities of Holland 

and Germany. (Ath. ColL voL 140.) 8^^ London, 1840. 
(James) A brief Essay on the causes of Dry- Rot in public and private Ships, and 

iU remedy. (Am. Coll. vol. 32.) 8<> Norfolk, 1828. 
Barrt (James) Description of his Series of Pictures in the Great Room of the Society 

of Arts. (Ath. ColL voL 20.) 8^ London, 1821. 
Another edition. (Ath. ColL voL 118.) 8^ London, 1833. 

Bartbr (William B.) The Divine Institution of the Christian Sabbath vindicated, in 
answer to Abp. Whately's Thoughts on the Sabbath. (Sermons, vol. 1.) 8^ 
London, 1833. 

Bart (R. B. de) A Charm against Chartism; in which the Title of the Operative is set 
ibrtii, and his Estate ascertained ; comprising Thoughts on Education, and the expe- 
diency of instituting Public Games. (Ath. ColL voL 144.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Batsman (Joseph) La Martinidre ; a Reply to certain Statements respecting the Bishop 
of Cakntta. (Ath. ColL voL 140.) 8^ London, 1839. 



380 TRACTS. 

Bath (Poltenej, Earl of) Congratulatory Letter to a certain Right Hon. PerMm oo hk 
late disappointment of being First Commissioner of the Treasury. (M. Pitt CoU. 
▼oL 36.) 8^ London, 1743. 

Faction Detected by the Evidence of Facta, contuning a view of Parties at 

home, and Affairs abroad. (M. Pitt CoU. yoL 36.) 8^ London, 1743. 

The Detector Detected, in answer to ** Faction Detected.*' (M. Pitt CoU. tqL 36.) 



8^ London, 1743. 

The Desertion Discussed, or the last and present Opposition placed in their 



tme Ught ; in answer to *« Faction Detected." (M. Pitt CoU. vol 36.) 8^^ Loud. 1743. 

Review of the PoUtical Condact of a late eminent Patriot, being an answer to 

" Faction Detected." (M. Pitt ColL vol. 36.) 69 London, 1743. 

Defence of the People ; or, Confutation of " Faction Detected." (M. Pitt CoU- 



▼ol 38.) 8^ London, 1744. 

The Opposition rescued from the insolent attacks of " Faction Detected.' 



(M. Pitt CoU. vol. 38.) 8° London, 1744. 

The New Opposition compared with the Old, in which the aspernoas of 



" Faction Detected" are fuUy refuted. (M. Pitt CoU. vol 38.) S^ London, 1774. 
Enquiry into the Present State of our Domestic Afbirs, wherein some Cha- 



racters (E. of Bath, &c.) which have been unjustly aspersed are modestly viiidi- 
dicated. (M. Pitt CoU. vol 38.) 8° London, 1744. 

Baudin (Admiral) — see Mexico. 

Batues (F.) The Contrast ; or, MUitary Chieftains and PoUtical Chieftains. (Am. 
ColL voL 24.) 8° Albany, 1828. 

see Adams. 

Bbalbs (Ed.) The Polish Question stated in a speech at the Anniversary Meeting- 

(Ath. Coll vol 65.) 8° London, 1835. 
Beard (J.) Letters which have passed between him and John Shebbeare. (Nasm. 

CoU. vol. 18.) S^ I^ndon, 1767. 

Beaslet (F.) An Examination of Tract No. 90. (Tract Controv. vol 6.) 8^ 
New York, 1842. 

Beaumarchais (P. A. Caron de) Observations sur le Memoire Justificatif de la Coor 
de Londres. (M. Pitt CoU. vol. 97.) 8° London, 1780. 

Beaumont (J. T. Barber) The Consequences of the AboUtion of Imprisonment for 
Debt considered. (Ath. CoU. vol. 75.) 8° London, 1836. 

On the Causes and Cure of the present Distresses : with a Plan of Parlia- 
mentary Reform. (Ath. CoU. vol. 30.) 8^ London, 1830. 

(G.) FuU particulars of the Reform BUI, with Observations. (Ath. ColL vol 



18.) 8° London, 1831. 
Bedford (A Letter to the Duke oQ. (M. Pitt Coll. vol. 52.) 8° London, 1757. 
■ A Letter to C. J. Fox, in consequence of the pubUcation of A Sketch of the 

Character of Francis, Duke of Bedford. (Nasm. CoU. vol. 38.) 8^ Bath. 

Beeke (H.) Observations on the produce of the Income Tax, and on its proportioo to 
the whole Income of Great Britain. (Nasm. CoU. voL 33.) 8^ London, 1799. 

Beldam (J.) On the Reduction of the Duties on Sugar. (Ath. CoU. voL 148.) 8^ 
London, 1841. 

Belgium. A Letter on the Belgic Revolution, its origin, causes, and consequences. 
(Ath. CoU. vol. 6.) 8° London, 1831. 

> RecueU de Pieces Diplomatiques, relatives aux affaires de la HoUande et de la 

Belgique. (Ath. ColL vol 6.) 8° La Haye, 1831. 

A Letter to the Marqms Camden, on the disputes between Holland and Belgium. 



(Ath. CoU. voL 6.) 8° London, 1832. 

Statuts Organiques de la Commission Centrale de Statistiqne de Belgique. (Ath. 



CoU. vol. 153.) S^ BruxeUes, 1841. 



TRACTS. 381 

Beix (John) A'^^ndication of the rights of British Laodownen, Fanners, and Lahourers, 
against Uie claims of the Cotton Capitalists to a Free Trade in Com. (Ath. ColL 
ToL lis.) 8^ London, 1839. 

(J.) On the progress of Phannacy in Great Britain. (Ath. Coll. toL 161.) 8^ 

London, 1843. 

(Robert) On the relative merits of the English and Scotch Banking Systems. 



(Ath. ColL YoL 100.) 8^ Edinburgh, 1838. 

A Letter to J. W. Gilbart, on the regulation of the Corrency by the Foreign 



Exchanges. (Ath. ColL voL 123.) 8^ London, 1840. 

Bkllexblss (The Doke de) Letters to Marechal de Contades, found after the Battle of 
Minden. (M. Pitt ColL yoL 58.) 8^ London, 1759. 

BsaxENDENns. A Free Translation of the Preface to Bellendenus [by Dr. Parr] ; 
containing animated Strictures on the great Political Characters of the Present 
Time. (M. Pitt ColL voL 122.) 8° London, 1788. 

BsLTRAifi (J. C.) La Decouverte des Sources du Mississippi et de la Riviere San- 

glante. (Am. ColL vol. 1.) 8^ Nouv. Orleans, 1824. 
*« Pilgrimage," and the Quarterly Review. (Ath. Coll. voL 60.) 8° London 

(privately printed, 1828). 

Bkhnstt (W.) — see Scourge. 

Bknson (Egb.) Memoir read before the Historical Society of the State of New York, 
Dec 31, 1816. (Am. ColL voL 4.) 8^ Jamaica, 1825. 

(Christopher) The Dnty of Contending for the Faith : a Sermon. (Sermons, 

ToL 1.) 8^ London, 1832. 

A Sermon in Aid of the Cholera Fund of Worcester. (Sermons, voL 1.) 



8^ Worcester, 1832. 

Letter on the Proceedings of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners. (Ath. ColL 



ToL 67.) 8^ London, 1837. 
— ^ Protestant Zeal recommended: a Sermon. (Sermons, voL 2.) 8^ Lond. 1837. 
Discourses upon Tradition and Episcopacy. (Tract Controv. voL 5.) 8^ 



London, 1839. 

(Robert) On the Office of Deputy Recorder of Salisbury. (Ath. ColL voL 



39.) S^ London, 1831. 

Bkkthaii (George) Observations on the Registration BilL (Ath. ColL vol. 10.) 
8^ London, 1831. 

(Jeremy) Canada: Emancipate your Colonies! an unpublished Argument. 

(Ath. ColL voL 85.) 8^ London, 1838. 

BsRATTELSE om de Arbeten och Forsok som vid Kongl. Landtbruks-Academiens 
Experimentairalt verkstiiUdes ar 1831. (Misc. ColL voL2.) 12° Stockhokn, 1832. 

Bbbsns (Archdeacon E.) On Church Reform. (Ath. Coll. voL 44.) 8° Oxford, 1834. 

Bebssvobo (Rt Hon. John) Speech on his moving the vith Article of the Union with 
Ireland, March 19th, 1800. (Union ColL voL 8.) 8° Dublin, 1800. 

(Viscount) Letter to C. E. Long, on the Extracts from the Correspondence 

of the Ute Lieut-Gen. R. B. Long. (Ath. Coll. vol. 40.) 8° London, 1833. 

BxBUCLET (Bishop) The Analyst ; or, a Discourse addressed to an Infidel Mathema- 
tician: with an Answer by J.Walton. (Nasm. ColL voL 7.) 2 vols. 8° Lond. 1734. 

A Defence of Free-thinking in Mathematics. (Nasm. ColL vol. 7.) 8° 

London, 1735. 

An Introduction to the Doctrine of Fluxions, and Defence of the Mathema- 



ticians, against Bishop Berkeley. (Nasm. ColL voL 7.) 8° London, 1736. 

see Walton. 

(Hon. Capt) A Letter to Sir John Barrow, on the system of War and Peace 



complements in Her Majesty's Ships. (Ath. ColL vol. 121.) 8^ London, 1839. 
Bebxinoham (Jos. A.) Observations on the Utility and Conformity of the Archbishop 
of Dublin's Injunction. (Ath. Coll. voL 62.) 8<' Dublin, 1836. 



382 TRACTS. 

BzMnKOH^H (T.) A LctUr on th« Coro Liws to the Landownen and Oceupien of 

l.and in Iretand. (Corn L. ColL toL 4.) H° Dublin, 1641. 
Beeinabd (GoTi^mor) Select Letters on the Trade end Oovemmait of Amctia. 

(M. Pitt Coll. vol. 74.) 8= London. 1774. 

(J. B.) Appeal lu the Conaerralives. (Ath. Coll. toL 51.) B" London, lUS. 

Bbrquik (M.) Seniimeiu del Coloas de Saint Domingue, cnven letir Monirqne <t 

leurPalrie. (Mack. Coll. toI. 17.) 8° Paris, 1814. 
Best (Samuel) Case of the Deans atid Chapters eonEidcred, in answer toW.L. BovltL 

(Alh. Coll. vol. 67.) 8° London, 1837. 

After Thougbts on reading Dr. Backland'a Bridgevater Treatise. (AiIlCoII 

TOL 73.) 8" London, 1837. 

Bbthaii (Sir William) Papers on an Ancient AgtrooomiCB! Instrnmeol of the Iriikl 

on the Ring Money of the Cettie ; and on the Affinity of the Phenician and Celdt 

Langoagei. (Misc. Coll. vol 4.) 4° Uublln, 1836. 
- — ■- — Observations on the Evidence on the Record Commission, a* il refen to tb 

Irish Becords. (Ath. Coll. toI. 79.) S° Dublin, 1837. 
Two Letters Vt Sir William R. Hamilton, President of the Rojal Irish 

Academy. (Ath. ColL voL 141.) 8° Dublin, 1840. 

see Pelrie. 

Bnraiii. (Isaac B.) A Reply to Argiunants for and against an Union, in Tbici 

H'K en na's Memoir is tslien iato co us ide ration. (Union ColL voL 2.) S° Dublin, I7M. 
BETHtTKG (J. E. Drinkwater) Leicer to M. T. Sadler. (Ath. ColL voL 45.) 9^ 

Leeds, 1833. 
Bettuimie (William) Brief History of the Church in Upper Canidi. (Alb. Call 

vol. 90.) 8° Loudon, 1838. 
Bgvbrlet (R. M.) Reply to Professor Sedgwick's Letter on the corrupt stale of tin 

Uoiversitj of Cambridge. (Alh. Coll. voL 43.) 8° London, 1834. 

The Heresy ofa Humaa Priesthood traced, in Letters on the present state (f 

the Visible Church of Christ. (Alh. Coll. voL 138.) 8" London, 1839. 

see Sedgwick. 

BexliEt (Lord) — see Roman -catholic Question. 

BiBEH (G. E.) Catbolicity o. Sibthorp ; or. some help to tasver the Qoestion, Whttbcr 

R. W. Sibthorp b now or ever was a Citholic P (Tract. Contror. vol 4.) S° 

London, 1842. 
BicEERaTAFFE (Icsac) Maid of tbe Milt; a Comic Opera. (Naam. ColL voLK) 

S° London, 1765. 

The Padlock; a Comic Opera. (Nssm. Coll, voL 21.) 8° Londm, IJ6S. 

BnuiLB (Nicholas) Euloginm on Thomas Jtffcrson, before the American Pbiloti>]!iu(^ 

Society, April 11, 1827. (Am. ColL voL 17.) 8" FhiUdetpbio, 1837. 
BiosBi (John) Localities of Canadian Minerals ; with Notes and ExtrseO. (An. 

Coll. vol. 19.) 8° Quebec, I8a7. 
BisNET (Hor.) Eulogium npoo the Hon. William TJlghtnao, lale Chief Justic* of 

Pennsylvania. (Am. Coll vol 1 7.) 8° Philadelphia, 1837. 
BiNTlHliE (Le Chevalier de la) Observations surun Article dn " Morning Chroiuclc.' 

[snr la Revolution.] (M. Pitt Coll. vol 134.) 8° London, 1792. 
BiBD (C. S.) A Plea for the Beformed Church. (Tract Conlrov. vol. 9.) B" LDDd.IMl. 

see Je*elL 

But (J.) On the Administration of the Act for the Abolition of British CakKU^ 

Slavery. (Ath. CoU. vol 96.) 8° London, 1837. 
BiBHops. An Address to the Deans and Chapters of Cathedrtl ChnrchM on tbi 

Election of Bishops. (Ath. Coll voL 44.) B° London, 1833. 
Blacas (Le Comte de) — lee Chabannes. 



TRACTS. 383 

Blackbdrh (Peter) Argnmenl respecting Moral Duty in Legiiladon. (Atb. Coll. 

ToL71.) 8° London, 1836. 

«e W«i«on, 

Bt^ACKBDttNE (J.) Some Remarhs upon the Nature andOrigiaoftbe Tithes io Loudon. 

(Alh. Coll. vol. 136.) 8° ■ Camhridge, 1839. 
Blackeb (William) On the management of Landed Propert)' in Ireland) n Prixe 

Euay. (Ath. Coll. toL 45.) 8° Dnblin, 1S34. 

The Eyila maeparable froni s Miied Currenoji. and the Adiantagea to he 

•ecnred bj introducing an incantrovertible Naiiooal Paper CircnlatioD. (Ath. 
ColL *oL 133.) 8° London, 18»!>. 

Review of C, Shaw Lefetre's Letter to his ConititnenU on the State of Agri- 

calmre. (Ath. ColL toL 81.) 8° London, IS37. 

B1.1KK (Sir F.) The EOlcnc; of n Sinking Fund of oae Million per annnm coniidered. 
(M. Pitt CoU. vol. 117.) 8= Loodon, 1786. 

Peers " all alike." HTiat do Ministers now think of sn Electise House of 

Lords? (Ath. ColL voL 98.) 8° London, 1838. 

(FranoU)-Bee Thornton. 

{ Willinm) On the Principles which regnUte the Course of Exchange, and on 

the depreciated slate of the Currency. (Ballion ColL voL 3, and Currency ColL 

ToL 1.) a° London. 1810. 
— Obiervutions, in reply to a pamphlet, hy the Rev. R. Jonea. on the Asseis- 

mentof Tithes to the Poor's Rate. (Alh. ColL voL 111.) 8° Loadan, 1839. 
Bi^iLSEgLET (Joseph William) Thoughts on the RecommendatioDs of the Ecclesiastical 

CommiEEion. (Alh. ColL vol. 67.) 8° London, 1837. 
— . — - The Stndies of the University essentially general in their nature 1 the Com- 

memoratioa Sermon, preached Dec. 15, 1836. (Sermous, voL 3.) 8° Cuub. 1836. 

Seminiries of Sound Learning and Religious Education 1 the Commemoratioa 

Sermon, preached Dec. 16, 18.19. (Sermons, vol. i.) 8° Cambridge, 1839. 

■ Catholicity and Protestantism ; the Commemoration Sermon, Dec. 16, 1841, 

(Sermons, vol. 3.) 8° Cambridge, I8ia. 
Blakewat (Rev. John) Ad Attempt to ascertain the author of the Letters of Junius. 

(Mack. ColL voL 7.) 8° London, 1813. 
Sl.A!lt>FoaD (The Marquis of) — see Parliamentary Reform. 
fiucH (R.) Bellom Agrarium ; Observations on the Poor Law Bill. (Ath. Coll. voL 

45.) 8° London, 1834. 
Buiis (La Regence a) 00, les demiers Momeiis dii Gouvernement Imperial, p«r on 

Habitant de Paris, refngic a Blois, (Mack. ColL vol. 15.) 8° Paris, 1B14. 
SlxiMnELD (Bishop, C. J.) A Letter on the present Neglect of the Lord's Day. 

(Atb. ColL ToL SO.) 8° London, 1830. 

Proposals for a Fund for the buildicg of additional Churches in (he Uetro- 

(xdis. (Ath. CqIL toll, 68 and 90.) 8° London. 1836. 

A Charge, delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of London, at the Viiitatioo, 

ID 1838. (Charges, voL 1.) 8° London, 1838. 

A Sermon, preached at the Coronation of Queen Victoria. (Sermons, vol. 9.) 

6° London, 1838. 

NslioDsl Education, a Sermon. (Sermons, vol, 2.) S° London, 1838. 

Speech on National Educatiou, May 28, 1839. (Ath. CoU. voL 116.) 8° 

Loudon. 

A Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury, upon the formalioD of a Fuiid for 

endowing additional Bishoprics in the Coloniet. (Alb. ColL toL 131.) e° 
London, 1840. 

A Charge, delivered to the clergy of the Diocese of London, at the Visitation, 

in 1842. (Charges, toL 4.) S° London, 1843. 



384 



TRACTa 



a Ihrec Lettcn lo the Bisbop of Sarnm, 
a the Elective FranchUe. (AiL 



Blundbu. (Tbi 
(Ath. Coll. 1 
B. M. [Basil Montagu.] Letter lo Lord Urotigliai 

ColL Tol. lOS.) 8° London, 1839. 

Bode (Biron de) His Apppol to the Hoosc of Commoni for a Select ComiMltee t« 

complete the eiBniinalioQ of bis Claico. (Atb. Coll. toL 77.) S° London, 1 33E. 

BouNGBBoKE (HeDTj, Lord) The Grand Accuser the gTeat«Et of kU CrinusklK (U. 

Pin Coll. vol 24.) B" London, 1735. 
BoNlFAHTB (Lonig Napoleon )— See Persigny. 
- — ~ (Lucien) KopoQBe mix Mcmoires du General LaiOBrqae. (Ath. CoU, toL iJ.) 

8° Londou, 1835. 
BooKBiNDiNa : iu History and Improtemests. (Atb. Coll. toL ISi.) S° Loud. 1341. 
BooTHST (Sir Brooke) Obgervatious on the Appeal frota the New to the Old Wbigi, 

aiid on PBine'B " Highla of Man." (M. Pitt Coll. toL 130.) 8° London, 179a. 
BoRBETT (W. P.) Three Letters upon a Poor Lair and Public Medical Relief 6r 

Ireland. (Ath. Coll. toL 82.) 8° I-ondon, 1S38. 
BoBANQUE'r (C.) Letter to W. Manamg. on tbe cauKS of the rapid and ptograai* 

depreciation of Weel India Property. (Slavery Coll. vol. 1.) 8° London, ISlH. 
Supplement to Practical ObsercaUons on the Report of the Bullion CommiUH^ 

{BalliooColLvoL 2.) 8° London. 1810. 

we Bicardo. 

(J. W.) Metallic, Paper, and Credit Correncj, and the means of regnltnag 

their quantity and value. (Atb. CoU. vol. 167.) 8° London, 1643. 
BoBTocK (John) Oo the Purification of Thames Water. (Misc. Coll. voL 3.) t° 

London, IS29. 

Bee Pliny. 

Boston. Some Account of the Medical School in Boston, and of the Mifti"*"™"* 

0«neml Hospital. (Am. Coll. vol 19.) 8" Boston, 1824. 
Report of tbe Committee of the Boston House of Industry. (Am. ColL voL »,) 

8° Boston, 1827. 
— First Four Annual Reports of the Manugers of thi' Boston Prison DlMftine 

Society, 1826-28. (Am. Coll. vol. 38.) 4 vols. 6'^ Boston, 1830. 
The Same ; First. Second, atid Third Annual Reports. (Am. ColL voU. 15 n' 

£6.) 3 vols. 8° Boston, 1826-2S. 
Review of tbe Report of a Comioittee of tbe citizenE of Boston and naail;> 

opposed to a further increase of Duties on Importations. (Am. ColL voL 31.) 8° 

Pbiladelpbia, 1828. 
BoDKNE (R.) A Cbrislian Miniature of John Savery, E^., of Bristol, in testimcn; of 

esteem. (Misc. Coll. vol. 3.) 12° London, 1835. 
B0WDI.E& (Charles) EcclesiBstieal Courts Bill ; a Letter to Sir R. H. loglit. (Al'i' 

CoavoLieO.) S° LuQdon,18*4. 
(John) Reform or Ruin ; take your choice. (Naam. ColL foL 34.) ^ 

London, 1798. 
BowixiiN C0U.ECG. Caialogne of tbe Officers and Students, and of the Medical Schwl 

of Maine. (Am. ColL vol. 19.) 8° Brunswick, 1828. 
BowEN (John) Letter to the King, in refutation of the charges preferred againsttbt 

Poor. (Ath. ColL vol. 80.) 8° London, 1835. 
The Joint-Stock Building Society Bubble examined. (Ath. ColL voL ITS.) ^ 

London, 1844. 
BowuM (Capt.) SuggcstiocB for tbe speedy conveyance of our reinfbrcemenli to Cant^ 

(Ath. ColL vol. 85.) 8° London, 1837. 
(John) The Dangers of Premature Peace ; with Strictures OD tbe 

oftbe King of Prussia. (M. Pitt ColL vol 133.) 8° LondoI^ 179S. 



TRACTS. 385 

Bowles (John) Reflections on the Political and Moral Sute of Society. (Naan. GolL 
YoL 30.) 8^ London, 1800. 

ThoQghts on the late General Election, as a demonstration of Jaoobtnism. 

(Nasm. Con. yoL 42.) S^' London, 1802. 

(W. L.) Answer to Lord Henlej on Charch Reform, chiefly relating to Cathe- 



dral Esublishments. (Ath. CoU. toL 44.) &^ London, 1833. 

Further Obserrations on the Report of the Choreh Commissioners, particularly 



on Deans and Chapters, and Cathedral Mosic (Ath. Coll. yoL 67.) 8^ Derizes, 1836. 
see Best 



BowaiNo t John) Obserrations on the Oriental Plague, and on Quarantines. (Ath. ColL 
▼oL87.) 99 Edinburgh, 1838. 

BoTD (Sir W.) A Patriot's Third Letter to the British People, on the state of the 
Country, &c. (Ath. Coll. vol 98.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Bbacbbeidos (C. H.) New Constabulary Force ; a Letter addressed to the Rate«payers 

of the County of Warwick. (Ath. ColL yoI. 144.) 8^ London, 184a 
Bradbubt (Thomas) — see Quaker. 

Braithwaitb (John) Supplement to Sir John Ross's Narrative of a Second Voyage in 
the Yictury, in search of a N. W. Passage, containing the Suppressed Facts. (Misc. 
ColL ToL 4.) 40 London, 1835. 

Bbabcas (Le Due de) IHscours en reponse i celui de M. de Montesquion. (liack. ColL 
voL 16.) S9 Paris 1814. 

Bbat Association. An Account of the designs of the Associates of the late Dr. Bray. 
(M. mtt ColL voL 120.) 8<^ London, 1787. 

Bbazh.. Remontrances des Negncians du Bresll contre les Insnltes faites au Pavilion 
Portngais, et contre la Saisie de leurs Navires par les Officiers de la Marine Anglaise ; 
traduites par F. S. Constancio. (Mack. CoU. yoL 17.) 89 Paris, 1814. 

Bbbai>. a Temperate Discussion of the causes which have led to the present high 
Price of Bread. (Nasm. ColL yoL 31.) 8° London, 1800. 

Bbbb (Robert) Oratio Harveiana. (Misc. Coll. voL 3) 4^ London, 1828. 

Thoughts on Cholera Asphyxia. (Ath. Coll. yoL U.) 8^ London, 1832. 

Bbbbeton (C. D.) a Practical Inquiry into the number, means of employment, and 

wages of Agricultural Labourers. (Ath. ColL yoL 34.) 8^ Norwich, 1833. 
On the proposed innovation in the Rural Police, in Norfolk. (Ath. ColL yoL 

144.) 8^ Swaffham, 1839. 
Bbbwbb (Ckorge) The Rights of the Poor considered ; with the causes and effects of 

Monopoly, and a Plan of Remedy by means of a popular progressive Excise. 

(Nasm. ColL yoL 32.) 8^ London, 1800. 
Bbbwsteb (James) Letter to the Editor of the Quarterly Review, in reply to his 

strictures on ** Keith's Evidence of Prophecy." (Ath. ColL voL 88.) B9 Edinb. 1837. 
Bbickbell (W. Simcox) A Word to his Parishioners, on their duty to the Church 

at the present Crisis. (Ath. ColL voL 90.) 8^ London, 1837. 
The Grievance of Church Rates : a Letter to Ph. Pusey. (Ath. ColL vol. 66.) 

8^ London, 1887. 
Bbxdgb (B.) a Brief Narrative of a visit to the valleys of Piedmont (Ath. ColL 

YoL 50.) 8^ London (privately printed), 1825. 

Bbidobs (M.) Address to the Electors of England. (Ath. ColL voL 30.) 8^ Lond. 1832. 

Proposals for a Reformation of the Church of England, in a Letter to a Friend. 

(Ath. ColL voL 60.) S^ London, 1835. 

BBiooi (Maj.-Gen.) A Short Account of the Sherley Family. (Ath. CoU. voL 153.) 8° 

. (John) The Cotton Trade of India. (Ath. ColL voL 125.) 8« London, 1840. 

Bbitain. Enquiry into the reasons of the conduct of Great Britain, with relation to 

the Present State of Affiurs in Europe. (M. Pitt ColL voL 29.) 8^ London, 1727. 

A Short Review of tiie Political State of Great Britain in 1787. (M. Pitt ColL 

YoL 120.) 8° London, 1787. 

3 D 



386 TRACTS. 

Britain. Pieces Ofllcielles reiatift anx Isles Britmniques. (Mise.^C<dL toL 1.) i^ 

LoDdon, 1811. 
— — — Le Vflea de toutes les Nations, et Tlnteret de tootes les Puissanoes, dans 

rabaissement et l*hamilyition de la OraDde-Bretagne. (M. Pitt ColL toL 89.) 

80 1778. 

BRirANiOA in Moaming ; or, a Review of the Politicks and Conduct of Britain vith 
regard to France &c^ in a dialogue between Jest and ELameaL (H. Pitt ColL 
▼oL 34.) 8^ London, 1742. 

Briton*8 (An Honest) Pathetic Address to his Countrymen. (Bi. Pitt CoU. toL 41) 

8^ London, 1748. • 

Britton (John) Lectnre on the Road-ways of England; with Remarks on thr 
benefits likely to arise from a railroad between Bristol and London. (Ath. CoU. 
▼oL 49.) 8° London, 1833. 

Broderip (W.J.) On Bmgui^re's Genus Chama; on ClavageUa; Deacriptionof 
new Species of CalyptrKids. (Misc. ColL toL 4.) 4^ London, 1834. 

Brookes (Joshua) Thoughts on the best means of lessening the progress of Chokn. 
(Ath.CoIl. vol. 11.) 8^ London, 183L 

Broome (Ralph) Observations on Paine's Decline and Fall of the English System of 
Finance. (M. Pitt ColL voL 133.) 8° London, 1796. 

Brodoh (Ant.) The Importance of the Britirii Colonies in the West Indies; the 
Danger of a general and immediate emancipation of the Negroes ; and a Plan for 
gradual emancipation, without any Loan. (Ath. ColL voL 46.) 8^ London, 1833. 

Brougham (Henry, Lord) Letter to Sir Samuel RomiUy upon the Abuse of Charities. 
(Misc. ColL vol. 4.) 8° London, 1818. 

Observations on two pamphlets, lately published, attributed to him. (Ath. Cofl. 

voL 16.) 8^ London, 1830. 

A Refutation of the calumnies against the Lord Chancellor in the Quarterly 



Review, 1833. (Ath. ColL voL 48.) 8° London, 1833. 

Speech upon the Business of Parliament, and mode of conducting Private 



Bills. (Ath. ColL voL 83.) 8° London, 1837. 

Speech in the House of Lords on Imprisonment for Debt (Ath. ColL vol 84.) 



8^ London, 1837. 

Speech in the House of Lords upon Canada. (Ath. ColL voL 85.) ^ 



London, 1838. 

Speech on the Civil List (Ath. ColL voL 98.) 8° London, 1838. 

Speech on the Maltreatment of the North American Colonies. (Ath. Cdl 



vol. 85.) 8° London, 1838. 

Speech upon the Slave Trade. (Ath. CoU. voL 85.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Speech for the immediate Emancipation of the Negro Apprentices. (Ath. ColL 



vol. 96.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Speech upon the Eastern Slave Trade. (Ath. Coll. voL 96.) 8° London, lS3g. 

Speeches on the Administration in Ireland. (Ath. ColL voL 108.) 8^ Lond.1839. 

Answer to Lord Londonderry's Letter. (Ath. ColL voL 141.) 8° Loud. 1839. 

Not the Writer of the Letter to the Queen on the State of the MonarehT, 



proved. (Ath. ColL voL 108.) 8° London, 1839. 

A Letter to the Duke of Bedford on National Education. (Ath. CoILtoL 



116.) 8^ Edinburgh, 1839. 

Reply to Lord John RusselFs letter to the electors of Stroud, on the prin- 



ciples of the Reform Act (Ath Coll. vols. 109 and 145.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Speech on the Income Tax. (Ath. Coll. vol. 168.) 8° London, 1842. 

Letters to Sir James Graham, on Law Reform. (Ath. ColL voL 180.) 8' 



London, 1S44. 

Bbougiiton (William G.) A Sermon on the present position and duties of the Church 
of England. (Sermons, voL 3.) 8° Canterbury, 1835. 



TRACTS. 387 

Bbown ( — ) ResolotionB and Argument, offered in favour of amending the United 
States* Conititution, and reeommending for the Presidency Gen. Andrew Jackson. 
(Am. Coll Yol. 24.) 8^ NashTiUe, 1827. 

(T. J.)— see Page. 

(William) The Responsibility of the temperate members of Society for the 

future intemperance of Society. CAth. Ck)ll. vol 47.) 8^ Glasgow, 1832. 

Bbowne (J.) Gn the construction and date of the porch of the Organ Screen in 
York Minster. (Ath. ColL vol 24.) 8° York, 1831. 

(R, W.) The Dwly Service, a Sermon. (Sermons, vol. 2.) 8^ London, 1838. 

BBTAirr (Jacob) Go the authenticity of the Scriptures, and the truth of the Chris- 
tian Religion. (Nasm. ColL vol 37.) 8^ London, 17»2. 

Brtdgxs (Sir H. L) Letter to the E. L Directors, on the Ameers of l^nde. (Ath. 
Coll. vol. 182.) 8^ London, 1844. 

BucmAN (George) Historical Sketch of the Ecclesiastical Establishment in Scotland ; 
with remarks on Lord Brougham's Speech in the Auchterarder Case. (Ath. Coll. 
▼oL 137.) %^ Edinburgh, 1840. 

BucHANAir (A) On Monopolies in Learning; with remarks on the present state of 
Medical Education and Constitution of the Scotch Universities. (Misc. ColL voL 3.) 
12^ Glasgow, 1834. 

(Claudius) The Star in the East ; a Sermon, preached Feb. 26, 1809. (Mack. 

ColLvoL2l.) 89 London. 

(James) Plan for the Melioration and Civilization of the British North Ame- 



rican Indians. (Am. ColL vol. 9.) 8^ New York, 1824. 

BcTCKiNOHAM (Dukc oO A short Character of Charles IL ; with the Conference be- 
tween the Duke and Father Fitzgerald. (Nasm. ColL vol. 15.) 8^ Lond. 1729. 

(J. S.) Speech on the extent, causes, and effects of Drunkenness, June 3, 1834. 

(Ath. ColL voL 47.) 8° London. 

BocKiMGHAMSHiRE (I^rd) — scc Grattan. 

BccKiNGTON (Nathaniel) Serious considerations on Lord North's political conduct. 
(M. Pitt ColL voL 104.) 8« London, 1783. 

BucKLAND (Professor W.) Address at the Meeting of the Geological Society of 
London, Feb. 1840. ,(^isc* ^ol^* ▼ol* ^O ^° London, 1840. 

An Inquiry whether the sentence of Death, pronounced at the Fall of Man, 

included the whole Animal Creation, or was restricted to the Human Race ; a 
Sermon. (Ath. ColL voL 138.) 8^ London, 1839. 

Remarks on Dr. Buckland's View of the Mosaic Creation, as the last fitting up 



of the Earth. (Ath. ColL voL 73.) 8° London, 1837. 
see Best, and Cockbum. 



BoDOET (The) A series of Letters on Financial, Commercial, and Colonial Policy. 
(Ath. ColL voL 168.) 8° I^ndon, 1841-2. 

(Com L. CoU. voL 4.) 8° London, 1841. 

• Grounds and Objects of the Budget, reprinted from No. 148 of the Edinburgh 

Review. (Com L. ColL vol. 4.) 8° London, 1841, 

BoFFALo in 1825 : containing Historical and Statistical Sketches. (Am. ColL voL 34.) 
8^ Buffalo, 1825. 

BuLKSUST (James) The Ballot : some Objections answered ; with a modification as 
prayed of Parliament. (Ath. ColL vol. 107.) 8^ London, 1839. 

BuiXBB (Charles) On the Necessity of a Radical Reform. (Ath. ColL vol.'l7.) 8° 

London, 193 1. 
Speech on Systematic Colonization, in the House of Commons, April 6th, 1843. 

(Misc. ColL voL 5.) 12° I-ondon, 1843. 

(Sir John Yarde) Motion : a Jitter addressed to John Temple Leader, by a 



Whig County Member. (Ath. ColL vol. 144.) 8° London, 1840. 



388 TRACTS. 

BuixBTiM Umyend dee SeteneeB. PrcMpeetot dlihe BuUeda, by Bami de FenmK; 

Oiganisation of the Society ; SoeiM AnanyiiM dn BoUaCin UnWenel ; Diaeoon 

de la n^eesfit^ d'une correspondanoe regslilie. (Hiae. ColL yoI. S.) 4° 

Paris, 1829. 
BuLUON . Report, Miniitef of EvideDce, and AoooontB from the Boliion CoBunittfe. 

(Bullion ColL YoL 4.) 89 London, 1810. 

BuLUON QussnoN — tee Banfil, Currency, Lyne, Senior, Smith, and Simpleton. 

Bullock (T. H.) The Chinese yindicated ; or, another Www of the Opiam Qnestioo, 
in reply to Warren's OpiamQoestion. (Ath. CdL yoL 127.) S^ London, I84a 

BvLW£R(E.Lytton)Scnlptnre, a Prise Poem. (Ath. CdL yoL 2L) 8yo. Lond.l82&. 

On the Present Crisis. (Ath. CoU. yoL 53.) 8<> London, 1834. 

see Tories and Whigs. 

BuBDWAM Ru.— see India. 

BmiOB (William) A Reply to the Letter by the Bfazqaia of Sli^o to the Marqoif of 

Normanby, rdatiYe to the present state of Jamaica, && (Ath. ColL yoL 119.) 8^ 

London, 1839. 
On the Sapreme Appellate Jnrisdietioa of Great Britain. (AUu Cofl. yqL I5L) 

8^ London, 1841. 

The Temple Church ; an Account of its restoration and repairs. (Ath. GoU. 



YoL 165.) 8^ London, 1843. 
Buboes ( — ) Speech on Mr. Mallary*s Motion to amend the Bill on Wool md 
Woollens. (Am. CoU. yoL 31.) 8<^ Washington, 1828. 

Speech on the Tarifll (Am. ColL yoI. 32.) 8^ Washington, 1828. 

BuBOBSS (Bishop) Letter to Lord Melbourne on the Idolatry and Apostasy of tk 
Church of Rome. (Ath. ColL yoL 7a) S9 SaUsbnry, 1836. 

(Richard) Educational Statistics, a Letter to J. C. Cdqnhoniu (Ath. CoU. 

vol. 92.) S^ London, 1838. 

What may this System of National Education be? an inquiry recommeaded 



to the Clergy. (Ath. ColL yoL 92.) 8^ London, 1838. 

The National Education Question practically considered. (Ath. ColL yoL 17L) 



8^ London, 1842. 

BuRooTNE (Migor-General) Speech on American aflairs in the House of Comnons, 
Feb. 20th, 1775. (Am. ColL yoL 48.) A^ London, 1775. 

A Letter to his Constituents, on his Resignation ; widi the oorrespoodcnce 

between the Secretaries of War and him, relative to his return to America. (M. 
Pitt €k>lL YoL 93.) 8° London, 1779. 

see America, and Martyrs. 

Examination of the Plan and Conduct of the Expedition in America in 1777, 



and of the surrender of the Army under the conmiand of Lieut -General Burgoyae, 

(M. Pitt C:olL YoL 94.) 8^ London, 1779. 
BuRKB (Edmund) Speech on American Taxation. (M. Pitt ColL yqL 77.) 8° 

London, 1774. 
Speech on moving his Resolutions for Conciliation with the Colonies, Mardi 

22, 1775. (Am. ColL voL 28.) 8^ London, 1775. 

(M. Pitt ColL voL 77.) 8° London, 1778. 

Speeches on his arrival at Bristol, and at the conclusion of the PolL (M. 



Pitt CoU. voL 77.) S^ London, 1775. 

A Letter to John Farr and John Harris of Bristol, on the Afbtrs of America; 



with an Answer. (M. Pitt ColL voL 85.) 2 vols. 8° London, 1777. 

Two Letters on the Bills depending in Parliament reUtive to the Trade of 



Ireland. (M. Pitt ColL voL 90.) 8° London, 1778. 

Speech at Bristol upon certain points relative to his Parliamentary conduct. 



(M. Pitt ColL voL 97.) 8° London, 1780. 



TRACTS. 389 

BuwMM (Edmimd) B cprwcBta tioii to his Mijesty, moved in the CemaicNUK with 
prelhoe and notes. (M. Pitt ColL yoL 1 16.) 89 London, 1795. 

A Letter to a Member of the National Assemblj [Bl de BfcnonTiUe] in 

answer to some Ohjeotions to his book on Frendi AfBurs. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 121.) 
8° London, 1791. 

Thongfats and Details on Seareity. (Nasm. ColL toL 81.) 8^ London, 1800. 

An Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, in consequence of some late dis- 



cussions in Parliament relative to Burke*s Reflections on the French Revolution. 
(M. Pitt ColL voL 121.) 99 London, 179 L 

see Abingdon, Fox, Junius, Paine, Parliamentary Reform, and Stanhope. 



BuBH (David) Vindication of Van Diemen's Land ; in a Cursory Glance at her colonists 
as they are, not as they have been represented to be. (Ath. ColL voL 131.) 8^ 
London, 1840. 

The Chivalry of the Mercantile Marine, illustrated in the life of Cuptain J. 

Lennon. (Ath. ColL vol. 158.) 8^ London, 1841. 

BuBHBT (Bishop) An Answer to Law's Letter to Bishop Hoadly. (Bangor ColL voL 1.) 
8^ London, 1717. 

see Leslie, and Pretender. 

BoRirsT (Archdeacon C P.) A Charge delivered to the clergy of the Ardideaconry of 
St Albans, at his Visitation, in 1841. (Charges, voL 3.) 8^ London, 1841. 

BuBBonoHS (Elis.) Trial for the murder of Mary Booty. (Nasm. ColL voL 12.) 8° 
London, 1766. 

(J.) View of the Dii!i»eaees between Holland and Belgium. ( Aih. ColL vd. 28.) 

8^ London, 1832. 

Burrows (G. M.) Letter to Sir H. Halford, on the Commission of Lnnaey on Mr. 
Edward Davies. (Ath. ColL voL 11.) 8^ London, 1830. 

BuBTOH (P^)fe8Sor Edward) Thoughts upon the demand for Church Reform ; with 
theSequeL (Ath. Coll. voL 31.) 8^ Oxford, 1831. 

Thou^ts on the Separation of Church and State. (Ath. ColL vol. 60.) 8° 

London, 1884. 

(F. B.) Thoughts on Physical Astronomy. (Ath. ColL voL 154.) 8^ Lond. 1842. 

(H.) On the use of different forms of the same Medicine in equivalent doses. 



(Ath. ColL voL 161.) 8^ London. 

(John) Papists and Pharisees compared. (Nasm. ColL voL 11.) 8^ Lond. 1766. 

Ad Amicum Epistola; sive Commentariolus ThomsB Secke^;^ Archiflp. 



Cnntuar. Memoris Sacec (Nasm. ColL voL 20.) 8^ .Oxonii, 1768. 

(W. H.) IHalogues on the First Principles of the Newtonian BpHma. (Ath. 



CbU.voL20.) 8^ Oxford, 1828. 

Bo R TPfo in Churches. Considerations on the indecent and dangerous custom of 
burying in Churches and Charch-yards. (M. Pitt ColL voL 19.) 8^ Lond. 1721. 

BuTCHBR (Thomas) Facts explanatory of the instrumental cause of the present high 
Prices of Provisions. (Nasm. ColL vol. 39.) 8^ London, 1801. 

BuTB (Earl oQ Review of his Administration. (M. Fitt ColL voL 61.) S^ Lond. 1763. 

Letter to. (M. Pitt ColL vol. 72.) 8<> London, 1771. 

BuTLXR (Charies) An Address to the Protestants of Great Britain and Ireland. (Mack. 

ColL voL 5.) 8^ London, 1813. 
(Bishop Samuel) Thoughts on Church Dignities. (Ath. ColL voL 32.) 8^ 

London, 1833. 

(S.) Sermon praached at the Amend of Dr. Samuel Parr. (Misc. ColL 



ToL L) 4^ London, 1825. 
3UZ10M (T. FoweU) Speech On the Irish Tithe Bill. (Aih. ColL voL 62.) S^ Lond. 1836. 



390 TRACTS. 

BTLANiyr (Le Comte de) Resome pr^liminaire de rOarnige tar la Tbeoiie dei Vokau. 

(Ath. ColL voL 57.) 8° Naples, 1833. 
Btno (Admiral) A Letter relatiTe to the cas« of Adoiiral Byng. An Appeal to tlie 

People on Admiral Byng's caae, and Farther Particalars in the case of Adminl 

Byng. (M. Pitt ColU vol 49.) 8° London, 1756. 
• Hia Trial and Defence, with teren other Traeta on the AdmiraL (M. Pitt 

ColL voL 53.) 6^ -London, 1757. 
r— see Pitt 



Btrne (A. &) On the best means of propelling Shipa. (Ath. ColL toL 154.) 8° 
London, 1841. 

Calcutta Railway. Statement of proceedings in India relative to it (Ath. Coll. 

voL 87.) 8^ London, 1838. 
Calder (R.) The true difference betwixt the principles and practices of the Kirk and 

the Church of Scotland.. (Ath. ColL voL 157.) 8° London, 1841. 
Calonns (M. de) Lettre adress^e au Roi, (on the Assembly of the States-General, &c) 

(M. Fitt ColL vol. 119.) 8° London, 1787. 

see Necker. 

Calvert (Fr.) Suggestions for a change in the Administration of the Poor-Lavs. 

(Ath. ColL voL 85.) 8<» London, 1831. 
Letter to Lord Dacre on the Prisoners' Counsel BilL (Ath. ColL voL 76.) 8<» 

London, 1836. 
Cambreleno ( — ) Speech on the Bill for increasing the Duty on Wool, snd the 

Manufactures thereof. (Am. CdL voL 32.) 8^ Washington, 1827. 
Cambridge. The PoU for the County Election, in 1780. (Nasm. ColL voL 86.) ^ 

Cambridge, 1780. 
The Statutes of Queen Elizabeth, a.i>. 1579, for the University of Cambridge, 

translated. (Ath. Coll. voL 112.) 8^ London, 1838. 

The Friendly and Honest Advice of an Old Tory to Dr. Keene, Vice-Chan- 



cellor of Cambridge. (Nasm. ColL voL 23.) 8^ Loudon, 1751. 

An Occasional Letter to Rev. Dr. Keene, Vice-Chancellor of the University of 



Cambridge. (Nasm. ColL vol. 23.) 8^ London, 1750. 

The Right of Appeal from the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor in matters of 



Discipline. (Nasm. ColL voL 13.) 8^ London, 1751. 

The Opinion of an Eminent Lawyer on the Right of Appeal from the Ylee- 



Chancellor of Cambridge to the Senate. (Nasm. Coll. voL 23.) 8® Lond. 175L 
In<jniry into the Right of Appeal from the Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor of 



the University of Cambridge, in matters of Discipline, with an Appendix. (Nasm. 
ColLvoL23.) 8° London, 1751. 

A Further Inquiry into the Right of Appeal fh>m the Chancellor or Vice- 



Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. (Nasm. Coll. voL 23.) 8^ Lond. 1751 
Letter to the Author of a Further Inquiry into the Right of Appeal from the 



Chancellor or Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. (Nasm. ColL vol. 
23.) 8^^ London, 1752. 

Letter to the University on a late Resignation. (Nasm. ColL voL 23.) 8° 



London, 1756. 

Address to the Members of the Senate of the University of Cambridge on the 



ensuing election of a High-Steward. (Nasm. ColL vol. 23.) 8^ 1764. 

Observations on the Design of establishing Annual Examinations at Cambridge. 



(Nasm. ColL vol. 25.) 8^ 1774. 

Remarks on the Actual State of the University of Cambridge. (Ath. Coll. 



vol. 20.) 8° London, 1830. 

Observations on the Plans for the New Library, &c. (Misc. ColL voL 3.) 4° 



Cambridge, 1831. 



TRACTS. 391 

Cambridos. Remarks on the replies to the Observations on the Plans for the New 
Library. (Ath. ColL voL 24.) 8° Cambridge, 1831. 

(The) Petition Examined ; or, Reasons against admitting Dissenters to graduate 

in the Universities. (Ath. ColL voL 43.) 8^ London, 1834. 

(Election Poll for the UniverMty) in 1826, by H. Conning. (Ath. ColL voL 



2S.) 8^ Cambridge, 1826. 

HitTnil^ Society. — see Transactions. 

Philosophical Society. — see Transactions. 



Cahpaion of 1743-4. Operations of the British and the Allied Armies. (M. Pitt ColL 
▼oL 40.) 8° London, 1744. 

of 1743-4. Letter from Flanders, with the State of the War in the Netherlands. 

(M. Pitt ColL voL 40.) 8° London, 1744. 

Campanari (Vincenso) Sopra nno Speochio Metallieo grafito, proveniente dagli Scavi 

di Vulcia. (Misc. CoU. voL 6.) 4^^ Roma, 1837. 

Campbell (Augustus) — see Clergy. 

(H.) Impending Ruin of the British Empire, its Cause and Remedy considered. 

(Mack. CoU. voL 3.) SP London, 1813. 

(Sir John) Letter to Lord Stanley, on the Law of Church- Rates. (Ath. Coll. 



▼ol. 66.) B9 London, 1837. 

(Sir John}— see Nicholl. 

(Thomas) Inaugural Discourse on being installed Lord Rector of the Univer- 



sity of Glasgow. (Ath. ColL voL 38.) 8^ Glasgow, 1827. 

Canada. A Letter to the Commander-in-Chief in Canada. (M. Pitt ColL voL 59.) 

8^ London, 1760. 
The Canadian Portfolio. (Ath. ColL vol. 85.) 8° London, 1837. 

• Midland District Committee Report of the Society for Promoting Christian 

Knowledge. (Am. Coll. voL 9.) 8^ Kingston, 1826. 

Analyse d'un Entretien sur la conservation des Etablissemens da Bas* 



Canada, des Loix, des Usages, etc., de ses Habitans. (Am. Coll. voL 9.) 
8^ Montreal, 1826. 

Addresse tl tons les Electeurs du Bas-Canada, par un Loyal Canadien. (Am. 



ColL voL 9.) 8° Montreal, 1827. 

Political Annals of Lower Canada ; being a Review of the Political and Legis- 



lative history of that province, under the Act of the Imperial Parliament, 31 Gea 
IIL cap. 31. (Am. ColL voL 8.) 8° Montreal, 1828. 

A Cheering Voice from Upper Canada. (Ath. Coll. voL 46.) 8° Lond. 1884. 

Petition of the House of Assembly of Lower Canada to the King and Parlia* 



ment, (Ath. ColL voL 72.) 8° London, 1836. 

A few Words on the subject of Canada, by a Barrister. (Ath. 0>1L voL 72 and 



85.) 8° London, 1837. 

Remarks on the Proceedings as to Canada, in Parliament (Ath. ColL vol. 85.) 



8va London, 1837. 

Lower Canada at the close of 1837. (Ath. ColL voL 85.) 8^ London, 1838. 

Canada ; from the Foreign Quarterly Review, No. 41. (Ath. ColL voL 85.) 



8^ London, 1838. 

The Canadian Controversy, its origin, nature, and merits. (Ath. Coll. voL 



85.) 8^ London, 1838. 

A plain Statement of the Quarrel with Canada. (Ath. ColL voL 85.) S9 



London, 1838. 

A Letter to Lord Melbourne on the Ordinance of the Earl of Durham, by a 



Commoner. (Ath. Coll. vol. 132.) S° London, 1839. 

Satisfactory results which have attended Emigration to Upper Canada. (Ath. 



ColL voL 149.) 8° London, 1841. 



392 TRACTS. 



Canadian (The) Review, aad lAUmrj aad Historical JoanaL (Am. CoQ. veL 
36.) S9 Montreal, 1824-26. 

Canaia a Treatise on Intemal Navigalioii, cxplaioiiig the principles hj wfakh 
Canals are laid out, constmoted, and kept in repair; with the Report of A.Oal]ati]i 
on Roads and Canals* (Am. Coll. yoL 5.) 18^ Ballstow Spa, iai7. 

and Railways (Comparative Menu of). (Ath. CoU. toL 24.) B9 Loud. 18S1 

Candles. Report of the Committee of the Weetmineter Society on Aneaiested 
Candles. (Ath.ColL voL 101.) S^ London, 1837. 

Candush (R. S.) Letter to the Marquis of Normanby. (Ath. Cell toL 157.) 8^ 
Edinburgh, 1841. 

Canning (George) Speech on Mr. Tiemey's motion respecting Continental ahmimmc 
(NasuL ColL ToL S3.) 8^ London, 1799. 

Speeches, during the Election in Liyerpoolt in 182a (Misc. ColL vol 5.) 8° 

Liverpool, 1820. 

Speeches at Liyerpool in August, 1822. (Misc. ColL yoL &) 99 Liverpool, 1888. 

View of the recent Changes, and whether Mr. Canning^s Goremmcnt mat 



the confidence of the Country ? (Aih. Coll. toL IS.) 8^ London, 1827. 

The Grand Vizier unmasked ; or, Remarks on the supposed claims of Mr. 



Canning to public confidence. (Ath. ColL voL 15.) 8^ London, 1827. 

His Foreign Policy, contrasted with that of the exitting AdministnUiQn. (Ath. 



ColL ToL 7.) 8^ London, 1830. 

see Parliamentary Reform, and PortogaL 



Cannon (Robert) A Vindication of the proceedings of the Lower Hoose of Conroci- 
tion, with regard to the King^s Supremacy. (Bangor. Coll. yoL 4.) 8^ Lend. 1717. 

Cafe Bbeton. Remarks on a Letter, containing an Enquiry into the Failure of the 
late Expedition against Cape Breton. (M. Pitt ColL voL 52.) 8^ London, 1757. 

Cafodistbias (Count V.) Remarks upon a Despatch firom & H. Douglas, 10th April, 
1840. (Ath. ColL voL 149.) 8^ London, 1841. 

Cappsb (Benjamin Pitts) A Statistical Account of the Population and CultiTStioa, 
Produce' and Consumption, of England and Wales. (Nasm. ColL voL 39.) 8° 
London, 1801. 

Cardw£LL (Principal Edward) On the Oxford Bibles ; a Reply to Mr. Curtis' misre- 
presentations. (Ath. ColL ToL 41.) 8^ Oxford, 1883. 

The supposed Visit of St Paul to Britain; a Lecture. (Sermons, voL 2.) 8° 

Oxford, 1837. 

Cabbt (M.) The Ruinous Consequences of a dependence on Foreign Markets for the 
sale of the great staples of this nation. Flour, Cotton, and Tobacco. (Abl ColL 
voL 31.) 8^ Philadelphia, 1820. 

Reflections on the subject of Emigration from Europe, with a view to settle- 
ment in the United States. (Am. ColL yoL 31.) 8^ PhiUdelphia, 1826. 

(W.) [Ridolfi] Critical Letters on the Style of W. Etty, R.A. (Ath. ColL toL 



41.) S^ Nottingham, 1833. 
Caboill ( Wul) An Examination of the origin, progress, and tendency of the Pnusiao 
League. (Ath. ColL yoL 125.) 8^ Newcastle, 1840. 

Cableton (Lord) Speech, Feb. 10, 1800, on the Union. (Union ColL voL 8.) 8^ 
Dublin, 1800. 

Carijno (Olaus) Curs Critico-ExegeticsB in locum Corani. (Ath. Coll. vol. 21.) 8^ 

HolmisB, 1829. 
Om Himale-Komet; och Komodling i allmanhet (IGsc ColL vol. 2.) 13° 

Stockholm, 1832. 

(Olaus et Jacobus) De Rectilineis Dividendis. (Ath. Coll. toL 21.) 8« 

HohnisB, 1821. 

Cablow Election. Considerations on the case of Raphael and O'Connell, touching their 
Contract. (Ath. ColL voL 64.) S^ Dublin, 1836. 



>i, eo Juillet, ISH. (Mick. Coll. 



Cabkarvon (Lord) — lee Spun. 

Cabnot (Le Lieut-Gen.) M^moire addreas^ a 

VOL 14.) 8" Bnixelles, 1814. 
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