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AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS 

WITH DATES 



BEING THE THREE APPENDICES TO 



''THE READERS HANDBOOK'' 



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EfCOBHAM BREWER, LL.D. 

TRINITY HALL, CAMBRIDGE 

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AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS 

ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BIBLIOGRAPHY, OR 
AUTHORS BY PEN, PENCIL, AND CHISEL. 



Abbott, D.D. (Edwin Abbott), London, 1833- 
Bible Lessons, 1872. 
Cambridge Sermons, 1875. 
Concordance to Pope, 1875. 
Parables for Children, 1880. 
Shakesperian Grammar (A), 1870. 
Through Nature to Christ, 1877. 
Abbott (Jacob), born at Hallowel, Maine, U.S., 
1803-1879. 
Corner Stone (The), 1826. 
Way to do Good (The), 1836. 
Young Christian (The), 1825. 
Abbott (Rev. Dr. John S. C), brother of Jacob 
Abbott, 1806-1877. 
Kings and Queens, or Life in a Palace, 1839. 
Life of Napoleon, 1855. 
Mother at Home (The), 1845. 
A'Beckett (Arthur William), Hammersmith, 
1844- 
About Town (a comedy in three acts), 1873. 
Faded Flowers (a drama), 1874. 
Fallen among Thieves (a novel), 1870. 
Ghost of Greystone Grange (The), 1877. 
L.S.]). (a comedy in three acts), 1872. 
On^rStrike (a play), 1873. 
Editor of the Glowworm and the Tomahawk. 
A'Beckett (Gilbert Abbott), comic dramatic 
writer and humorist), 1811-1856. 
Comic Blackstone, 1846. 
Comic History of England, 1847-48. 
Comic History of Rome, 1849-50. 
(Above 30 plays.) 
Abercrombie, M.D. (John), physician and 
philosopher (Aberdeen), 1781-1844. 
Inquiry Concerning the Intellectual Powers, 

1830, 1833. 
Philosophy of Moral Feeling, 1833. 
Researches on Diseases of the Brain, etc., 1828. 
Abercrombie (John), gardener (near Edin- 
burgh), 1726-1806. 
Every Man his own Gardener, 1767. 
Abercrombt, M.D. (David), Scotland, 1620- 
1695. 
Academia Scientiarium, 1687. 
Discourse on Wit, 1685. 
A.DAM, LL.D. (Alexander), bom near Forres, 
1741-1809. 



Classical Biography (Dictionary of), 1800. 

Latin Dictionary, 1809. 

Latin and English Grammar (Principles of), 
1772. 

Soman Antiquities, 1791. 
Adams (John), second president of the United 
States, 1735-1826. 

Defence of the Constitution of the United 
States, 1787. 
Addison (Joseph), born at Milston, in V/i)t- 
Bhire, 1672-1719. 

Prose Works. 

Freeholder (The), 1715-16. 

Guardian (The), 1713. 

Letter [to Lord Halifax], 1703. 

Spectator (The), 1711-12, 1714. (His sketches 
of sir Roger de Coverley, sir Andrew Free- 
port, and Will Honeycomb in these papers 
are admirable.) 

Tatler (The), 1709-11. 

Poetical Works. 

Campaign (The), i.e. The Victory of Blen- 
heim (10 syl. rhyme), 1705. 

Cato (a tragedy), 1713. 

Divine Poems, 1728. 

Evidences of the Christian Religion, posthu- 
mous 1807. 

Poems, 1712, 1719. 
(Life, by Richard Steele, 1724; Tickell, 

1765; Sprengel, 1810; Lucy Aikin, 1843; 

Macaulay, 1843 ; Ehvin, 1857.) 
Adolphus (John), historian, London, 1764- 
1845. 

History of England, 1802 (from the Acces- 
sion of George IIL to the Peace of 1783). 

History of Fiance, 1803 (from 1790 to the 
Peace of 1802). 
Agassiz (Louis), naturalist, bom at Or be, in 
Switzerland, but lived in America, 1807- 
1873. 

Elements of Zoology (German), 1854. 

Essay on Classification, 1859. 

Fossil Fish (French), 1833-42. 

Lake Superior : its Physical Character, Vego 
tables, and Animals, 1850. 

Salmonidae, 1839. 

Studies on Glaciers Cl<Tench\ 1840. 



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AIKIN — ALCUIN. 



APPENDIX I. 



AIRD — ALCUIN. 



System of Glaciers, or Researches on Glaciers, 
1847. 

Zoological Bibliography, 1848-50. 
AiKiN, M.D. (John), miscellaneous writer, 
Kibworth - Harcourt, in Leicestershire, 
1747-1822. 

Annals of the Reign of George III., 1822 (be- 
tween 1813 and 1820). 

Biography (General), 1799-1815. 

Calendar of Nature, 1784. 

England Delineated, 1788. 

Evenings at Home, 1795. 

Lives of John Selden and Abp. Usher, 1773. 
(His Mfe, by Lucy Ailiin, 1823.) 
AiKiN (Lucy), miscellaneous lonter, Warrington, 
in Lancashire, 1781-1864. 

Addison (Life of), 1843. 

Memoirs of John Aikin, M.D., 1824. 

Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, 1818. 

Memoirs of the Court of James I., 1822. 
(Her Life, by Lebreton.) 
AiNSWOETH (Henry), Hebraist, a nonconformist, 
*-1622. 

Annotations on the Five Books of Moses, 1627. 
AiNswoKTH (Robert), born at Eccles, in Lanca- 
shire, 1660-1743. 

Latin Dictionary, 1714-36. 
AiNswoRTH (William Francis), traveller, born 
at Exeter, 1807- 

Researches in Assyria, etc., 1838. 

Researches in Asia Minor, etc., 1842. 

Travels in the Track of the Ten Thousand 
Greeks, 1844. 
AiNSwoKTH (William Harrison), novelist, Man- 
chester, 1805-1882. 

Novels. 

Auriol and other Tales, 1880. 

Beatrice Tyldesley, 1878. 

Beau Nash, 1880. 

Boscobel, or the Royal Oak, 1872. 

Cardinal Pole, 1863. 

Chetwynd Calverley, 1876. 

Constable de Bourbon, 1866. 

Constable of the Tower, 1861. 

Crichton, 1837. 

Fall of Somerset, 1877. 

Flitch of Bacon (The), 1854. 

Goldsmith's Wife (The), 1875. 

Good Old Times (The), 1873. 

Guy Fawkes, 1841. 

Hilary St. Ives, 1869. 

Jack Sheppard, 1839. 

John Law, the Projector, 1864. 

Lancashire Witches, 1848. 

Leaguer of Lathom (The), 1876. 

Lord Mayor of London (The), 1862. 

Manchester Rebels (The), 1873. 

Merry England, 1874. 

Mervyn Clitheroe, 1857. 

Miser's Daughter (The), 1842. 

Myddleton Pomfret, 1865. 

Old Court (The), 1867. 

Old St. Paul's, 1841-43. 

Ovingdean Grange, 1850. 

Preston Fight (The), 1875. 

Rookwood, 1834. 

St. James's, or Court of Queen Anne, 1844. 

Sir John Chiverton, 1825 (? J. P. Aston). 

South Sea Bubble, 1868. 

Spanish Match (The), 1865. 

Spendthrift (The), 1856. 



Stanley Brereton, 1881. (His last.) 

Star Chamber (The), 1854. 

Talbot Harland, 1870. 

Tale of the Plague, 1841. 

Tower Hill, 1871. 

Tower of London, 1843. 

Windsor Castle, 1843. 

Poetry. 

Ballads, 1855. 

The Combat of the Thirty, 1860. 
AiRD (Thomas), poet, born at Bowden, Rox- 
burghshire, 1802-1876. 

Devil's Dream (The), a weird poem, 1856. 

Poetical Works, 1842, 1856, 1878. 

Religious Characteristics (prose-poetry), 1827. 

Summer's Day (The), a poem full of word- 
painting, 1842. 

The Old Bachelor (tales and sketches), 1845. 
Ajrt, LL.D. (Sir George Biddell), astronomer, 
born at Alnwick, Northumberland, 1801- 

Astronomical Observations, 1829-38. 

Errors of Observation, 1861. 

Figure of the Earth (The). (For the Metro- 
politana.) 

Gravitation (for the Penny CyclopcBdia), 1837 

Ipswich Lectures on Astronomy, 1849. 

Magnetism, 1870. 

Sound, 1869. 

Trigonometry (for the Encyclopaedia Metro- 
politana), 1855. 
AiTON (William), botanist, bom near Hamilton, 
in Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1731-1793. 

Hortus Kewfensis, 1789. 
Akknside (Mark), poet, born at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, 1721-1770. 

British Philippic (blank verse), 1738. 

Epistle to Curio (10 syl. rhyme), 1744 ; altered 
to Ode to Curio, in Spenserian stanzas, 1744. 

Naiades (Hymn to the), 1746. 

Odes, 1740, 1744, 1747, 1749, 1750, 1751, 1754, 
1758. 

Pleasures of the Imagination (three books, in 
blank verse), 1744. (His chief poem.) Re- 
cast in 1757, but the first cast is by far the 
best. 

(His Life, by Bucke, 1832 ; by Dyce. See 
also Dr. Johnson, Lives of the Poets.) Sati- 
rically sketched by Smollett in Peregrine 
Pickle, as a pedant who gives a classical 
entertainment. 
Alabastkk (William), Hebraist, born at Had- 
leigh, in Suffolk, 1567-1640. 

Lexicon Pentaglotton, 1637. 

Roxana (a tragedy acted at Cambridge), 1632. 
Alan, abbot of Tewkesbury, (?) 1141-1201. 

Life of Thomas a Becket, about 1190. 
Alan op Lynn, (?) 1350-1420. 

Moralia Bibliorum, about 1400. 
Alcock, LL.D. (John), bishop of Ely, bom at 
Beverley, Yorkshire, 1435-1500. Founds 
Jesus College, Cambridge, 1496. 

Mons Perfectionis, 1497. 

Spousage of a Virgin to Christ, 1486. 
Alcock (Sir Rutherford), London, 1808- 

Art and Art Industries in Japan, 1878. 

Capital of the Tycoon (The), a Narrative of a 
Three Years' Residence in Japan, 1863. 
Alcuin (Flaccus Albinus), Latin, Greek, and 
Hebrew scholar, York. 735-804. Charle- 
magne invited him to his court, 793. The 
best of his numerous works are his 1/ia- 



ALDKICH — ALLEN. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



ALISOX — ALLEN. 1135 



logiM on Rhetoric, and his Book on the 
Seven Arts. 

His works were compiled by Andre Du- 
chesne, 1617, in folio ; by the abbot Fro- 
benius, 1777 ; and by the abbot Migne in 
his Patrologie, 1851. 

(His Life was written both by Duchesne 
and by Frobenius ; by professor Loreiiz in 
1829, translated by Jane Mary Slee, 1837.) 
Aldbich, D.D. (Henry), poet, musical composer, 
etc., Westminster, 1647-1710. He was made 
dean of Christchurch, 1689. 

Artis Logicae Rudimenta, 1691. 

Elements of Civil Architecture, 1789. 

Pleasant Musical Companion (The), 1726. 
(Dr. Aldrich composed the round, Eark ! the 

Ixmny Christ-church bells.) ' 
Aldrich (Thomas Bailey), poet, bom at Ports- 
mouth, in New Hampshire, U.S., 1836- 

Ballad of Baby Bell, and other Poems, 1856. 

Bells (The), 1855. 

Cloth of Gold, and other Poems, 1874. 

Course of True Love never did run Smooth, 
1858. 

Pampinea, and other Poems, 1865. 
Prose Tales. 

Marjorie Daw, 1873. 

Out of his Head (a romance), 1862. 

Prudence Palfrey, 1874. 

Queen of Sheba, 1877. 

Story of a Bad Boy, 1870. 
Alexander (Joseph Addison), bom at Phila- 
delphia, U.S., 1809- 

Earlier Prophecies of Isaiah, 1846. 

The Psalms, Translated and E.xplained, 1850. 
Alexander (William), first earl of Stirling, 
poet, 1580-1640. 

Aurora, 1604. 

llonarchicke Tragedies (Croesus, Darius, the 
Alexandraeans, and Julius C«sar), 1607. 

Recreations with the Muses, 1637. 
Alexander op Hales, the " Irrefragable Doc- 
tor," *-1245. 

Snmma Universa Theologiae, written at the 
command of pope Innocent IV. (Best 
edition, 1576.) 
Alford, D.D. (Henry), dean of Canterbury, 
biblical scholar, London, 1810-1871. 

Chapters on the Poets of Greece, 1841. 

Greek Testament, edited 1841-61. (This is his 
chief work.) 

New Testament for English Readers, 1863-69. 

Queen's English (The), 1864. 
Poetry. 

Abbot of Muchelnage, and other Poems, 1841. 

Poems and Poetical Fragments, 1831. 

School of the Heart, and other Poems, 1835. 
Alfred the Great, king of England ; born at 
Wantage, in Berkshire, 849, 871-901. 
Translations. 

Bede's Ecclesiastical History. 

The Bible, about 870. 

Boethius, On the Consolation of Philosophy. 

Orosius, Universal History. 

The Pastoral of Gregory I. On the Care of the 
Soul. 

Selections from St. Augustine. 
Original Works. 

Chronicles; Institutes; Laws of the West 
Saxons; Meditations; etc. 
(Hib Life, by Asser, 1574 ; Robert Powell, 



1634; Spelman, 1678; A. Bicknell, 1777; 
Stolberg, 1815 ; Dr. Pauli.) 
Alison (Alexander), 1812- 
Church and the World Reconciled (The), 1864. 
Improvement of Society, (The), 1861. 
Philosophy and History of Civilization (The), 

1860. 
Alison (Rev. Archibald), theologian and cesthet' 

ist, Edinburgh, 1757-1839. 
Essay on Taste, 1784, 
Alison (Sir Archibald), historian. Son of the 

above. Bom at Kenley, in Shropshire, 

1792-1867. 
Criminal Law of Scotland (The), 1833. 
England in 1815; published 1845. 
Essays, 1850. 

History of Europe during the French Revo- 
lution (10 vols.), 1833-1842. 
History of Europe from the fall of Napoleon 

(9 vols.), 1853-59. 
Life of Marlborough, 1848. 
Lives of Lord Castlereagh and Sir C. Stewart, 

1861. 
Practice of the Criminal Law, 1834. 
Principles of the Criminal Law of Scotland, 

1832. 
Principles of Population, 1840. 
Allan, R.A. (Sir WiUiam), born at Edinburgh, 

1782-1850. 
Battle of Prestonpans, 1842. 
Circassian Captives, 1815. 
Death of the Regent Moray, 1825. 
John Knox admonishing Queen Mary, 1823. 
Polish Exiles, 1834. 

Queen Mary signing her Abdication, 1824. 
Slave Market at Constantinople (The), 1837. 
Waterloo (two pictures). That from the 

English position was bought by the duke 

of Wellington. 
Allein (Richard), nonconformist minister, born 

at Dichet, 1611-1681. 
Companion for Prayer (A), 1680. 
Godly Fear, 1674. 
Heaven Opened, 1665. 
Vindiciae Pietatis, 1665. 
World Conquered (The), 1668. 
Alleine (Joseph), nonconformist divine, De- 
vizes, 1633-1668. 
Alarm to the Unconverted, 1672. 
Assembly's Shorter Catechism (Explanation 

of the), 1656. 
Call to Archippus (A), 1664. 

(Life, by R. Baxter, 1672; Geo. Newton, 
1673.) 
Alleine (William), son of Richard Alleine, 

1623-1677. 
Millennium (The). 
Allen, M.D. (John), *-l741. 

Synopsis Medicinae PracticaB. 
Allen, M.D. (John), miscellaneous writer, 

Redford, near P^dinburgh, 1770-1843. 
Illustrations of Hume's Essay on Liberty and 

Necessity, 1795. 
Inquiry into the Rise And Growth of the 

Royal Prerogative in England, 1830. 
Vindication of the Independence of Scotland, 

1833. 
Translated "Cuvier's Animal Economy," 

1801. 
Allen (Rev. John), nonconformist divino, 

1771-1839. 



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APPENDIX I. 



AL80P— AMHUliST. 



Modern Judaism, 1816. (The best book extant 

on the subject.) 
Allen (Thomas), nonconformist divine, 1608- 

1673. 
Chain of Scripture Chronology, 1659. 
Practice of a Holy Life. 
Allen (Thomas), 1803-1833. 
Antiquities of London, 1824-27. 
History of Lincolnshire, 1832. 
History of London, 1829. 
History of Yorlvshire, 1830. 
Allen (Richard), *-17l7. 

Biographia Ecclesiastica, 1671. 
Vindiciae Pietiitis, 1664-66. 
Allen (William), cardinal of England, bom at 

Kossall, Sutherland, 1532-1594. (Called 

Alanus.") 
Admonition to the Nobles and People of Eng- 
land and Ireland, 1588. 
Apologie for the Institution of Two Colleges, 

Rome and Rheims, 1581. 
Authoritie of the Priesthood to remitte Sinnes, 

1567. 
Defense of the Bull excommunicating Queen 

Elizabeth, 1586. 
Defense of the Doctrine touching Purgatory, 

etc., 1565. 
True, Sincere, and Moderate Defense of Chris- 
tian Catholics, 1563. 
Allibone, LL.D. (Samuel Austen), born in 

Philadelphia, 1816- 
A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, 

and British and American Authors, 1858- 

1875. 
Allies (Thomas William), Bristol, 1813- 
Church of England cleared from the Charge of 

Schism, 1846. 
Dr. Pusey and the Ancient Church, 1866. 
Formation of Christendom (in three parts), 

1865-75. 
Royal Supremacy, etc., 1850. 
St. Peter, his Name and Office, etc., 1852. 
See of St. Peter (The), 1850. 
4.LLINGHAM (William), poet, Ballyshannon, 

1828- 
Day and Night Songs, 1854-55. 
Fifty Modern Poems, 1865. 
Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland (a poem in 

12 chapters), 1864. 
Music-master (The), and other Poems, 1857. 
Poems, 1850. 
Songs, Ballads, and Stories, 1877. 

(Editor of Frazer's Magazine, 1874.) 
Allix, D.D. (Pierre), a refugee in England at the 

.-evocation of the Edict of Nantes, 1641-1717. 
Diatriba de Anno et Mense Natali Jesu 

Christi, 1710. 
Dissertation on the Rise of the Trisagium or 

Doxology, 1674. 
Reflexions on the Books of the Holy Scrip- 
ture, 1688. 
Remarkson the History of the Albigenses,1692. 
Remarks on the History of the Churches of 

Piedmont, 1690. 
Alma-Tadema, A.R.A. (Lawrence), a resident 

in London, born at Dronryp, in the Nether- 

Iand,s, 1836- 
After the Dance, 1876. 
Agrippina visiting the Ashes of Germanicus, 

isfi6. 
Audience at Agrippa's (An), 1876. 



Autumn, 1874. 

Between Hope and Fear, 1877. 

Catullus at Lesbia's, 1865. 

Cherries (The), 1873. 

Cleopatra, 1876. 

Convalescent (The), 1869. 

Death of the Firstborn, 1873. 

Dinner (The), 1873. 

Education of the Grandehildrea of ClotiTil**. 

1861. 
Egyptian Game, 1865. 
Entrance to a Roman Theatre, 1866. 
Fishing, 1873. 
Flower Market, 1868. 
Flowers, 1868. 

Fredegonda and Praetextatus, 1864. 
Good Friends, 1874. 
Greek Pottery, 1871. 
Greek Wine, 1872. 
Halt (The), 1872. 
How they amused themselves in Egypt Three 

Thousand Years Ago, 1863. 
Improvisatore (The), 1872. 
Joseph, Overseer of Pharaoh's Granariea, 1874. 
Juggler (A), 1870. 
Love Missile (A), 1878. 
Mummy (The), 1867, 1872. 
Negro (A), 1869. 
On the Steps of the Capitol, 1874. 
Phidias and the Elgin Marbles, 1868. 
Picture Gallery (A), 1874. 
Pyrrhic Dance, 1869. 
Reproaches, 1872. 
Roman Amateur (A), 1868, 1870. 
Roman Emperor (A), 1866. 
Sculptor's Model (A), 1876. 
Sculpture Gallery (A), 1874, 1875. 
Seasons (The), four pictures, 1876. 
Siesta (The), 1868, 1873. 
Soldier of Marathon (The), 1865. 
Tarquinius Superbus, 1867. 
Une Fete Intime, 1871. 
Venantius Fortunatus at Radagonde, 1862. 
Vintage (The), 1870. 
Waterpots, 1875. 
Wine-shop (A), 1869. 
Axsop (Antony), poet, etc., 1660-1727. 

Fabularum ^sopicarum Delectus, 1698. 
Alsop (Vincent), Presbyterian minister, *-1703 
Antisozzo, 1675. 
Melius Inquirendum, 1679. 
Mischief of Impositions (The), 1680. 
Alston, M.D. (Charles), botomsi, born at Eddie- 
wood, 1683-1760. 
Tirocinium Botanicum Edinburgense, 1753. 
Ames (Joseph), antiquary. Great Yarmouth, 

1689-1759. 
Catalogue of [2000] English Heads, 1748. 
Parentalia, 1750. 
Typographical Antiquities, 1749. (This is an 

account of printing in England, etc.) 
Ames, D.D. (William), Norfolk, 1576-1633. 
De Conscientiac et ejus Jure, 1630. 
Fresh Suit against Roman Ceremonies, etc*. 

1633. 
Medulla Theologiae, 1623. 
Puritanismus Aiiglicanus, 1610. 
Amhurst (Nicholas), satirical writer, bcm ttt 

Marden, in Kent, 1706-1742. 
Craftsman (The), 1729-30. 
Terrae FUius. 1721. 



ANPERDON— ANSTEY. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. ANDKRTON — ANSTEY. 1137 



AjiDEUDON (Rev. William Henry), London, 

1816- 
Aftornoons with the Saints, 1863. 
IJonneval, a Story of the Fronde, 1857. 
Christian ^sop (The), 1871. 
Jn the Snow, 1866. 
Tales of Mount St, Bernard. 
Is Ritualism Honest i 1877. 
Owen Evans, the Catholic Crusoe, 1862. 
Seven Ages of Clarewell (The), 1867. 
Anderson (Adam), satirist, 1692-1765. 
Historical and Chronological Deduction of 
Trade and Commerce, 1762. 
Anderson (Alexander), mathematician, Aber- 
deen, 1582-1619. 
Elxercitationum Mathematicarum Decas Pri- 
ma, 1619. 
Supplementum ApoUonii redivivi, 1612. 
Anderson (Sir Edmund), lawyer, born at 
Broughton, 1540-1605. 
Reports, posthumous 1664. 
Anderson (Rev. James), Edinburgh, *-1595. 
Ane Godly Treatis calit the First and Second 
Gumming of Christ, with the Tone of the 
Wintersnycht, 1595. 
Anderson (James), archceologist, Edinburgh, 
1662-1728. 
Collections relating to the History of Mary, 

Queen of Scotland, 1724-28. 
Genealogical History of the House of Yverjr, 

posthumous 1742. 
Selectus Diplomatura et Numismatum Scotiae 
Thesaurus, posthumous 1739. 
Anderson, LL.D. (James), agricultural writer, 
born at Hermiston, Edinburgh, 1739-1808. 
Account of the Hebrides, etc., 1785. 
The Bee (a periodical), 1790-1794. 
Encouragement of the National Fisheries, 

1784. 
Essays of Agricola, 1777. 
Recreations in Agriculture, Natural History, 
Arts, and General Literature, 1799-1802. 
Anderson, F.R.S. (John), natural philosopher, 
bom at Roseneath, Dumbarton, 1726-1796. 
Institutes of Physics, 1786. 
Anderson (John), a Scotch surgeon, 1786-1832. 

House of Hamilton, 1827. (Supplemental.) 
Anoerson (Robert), litterateur, born at Carn- 
wath, in Scotland, 1750-1830. 
British Poets (edited), 1790-1807. 
Life of Tobias Smollett, M.D., 1803. 
Anderson (Robert), j3oe<, Carlisle, 1770-1833. 
Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect, 1805. 
Betty Brown, 1801. 
Lucy Gray, 1794. 

Essay on the Character and Manners of the 
Peasantry of Cumberland (in prose), 1820. 
Anderson, D.D. (Walter), a Scottish writer, 
1720-1800. 
History of France, during the Reigns of 

Francis I. and Charles IX., 1769. 
History of France, frum Henri III. to the 

Peace of Munster, 1775-1782. 
Philosophy of Ancient Greece , investigated, 
1791. 
Anderson (AVilliam), born at Kilsyth, in Stir- 
lingshire, 1800-1833. 
Mass, Penance, Regem ration, etc. (The). 
4.NDKRSON (Williiim), *-I848. 
London Commercial Dictionary and General 
Seaport Gazetteer, 1820. 



Andekton (3 axaes), polemical writer, flourished 
1600. 
Explanation of the Liturgy of the Mass, 1620. 
Protestant's Apology for the Roman Catholic 

Church (A), 1609. 
Religion of St. Augustine, 1620. 
Andrews (Laurence), 16th century. 
The Wonderful Shape and Nature of Man, 
Beastes, Serpents, Fowles, Fishes, and 
Monsters. 1610. 
A ndrewes {George), *-*. 

Dictionary of Slang and Cant (no date). 
Andrewes (Launcelot), bishop of Winchester, 
born in London, 1555-1626. 
Manual of Devotion, or Prseces Private, post- 
humous 1674. 
Manual for the Sick, posthumous 1629. 
Orphan Lectures, posthumous 1657. (His 

most popular work.) 
Sermons, posthumous 1631. 
Tortura Torti (a Defence of Royalty, in 
answer to Bellarmine's treatise against 
James I ; published under the pseudouvm 
of Matthew Tortus), 1609. 
Works, 1582-1610. 

(His Life, by Henry Isaacson, his amanu- 
ensis, 1628 ; A. T. Russell.) 
Andrews (James Pettit), historian, born at 
Newbury, Berkshire, 1737-1797. 
History of Great Britain, 1794. 
Anson (George, lord), circumnavigator, born at 
Shackburough, Warwickshire, 1697-1762. 
Voyage round the World, 1740. (Written by 
B. Robins from Anson's notes, and super- 
vised by Anson.) 

(His Life, by sir J. Barrow, 1838.) 
Ansted (David I'homas), geologist, London, 
1814-1880. 
Ancient World (The), 1847. 
Application of Geology to the Arts and 

Manufactures, 1865. 
Channel Islands (The), 1862. 
Correlation of the Natural History Sciences, 

1863. 
Earth's History (The), 1869. 
Elementary Course of Geology, Mineralogy, 

and Physiciil Geography, 1850. 
Geological Gossip, 1860. 
Geological Science, 1855. 
Geologist's Text-book (The), 1845. 
Geology, Introductory, Descriptive, and Prac- 
tical, 1844. 
Gold-seekers' Manual (The), 1849. 
Great Stone-book of Nature (The), 1863. 
Ionian Islands (The), 1863. 
Physical Geography, 1867. 
Physiography, 1877. 
Scenery, Science, and Art, 1854. 
Short Trip to Hungary and Transylvania, 

1862. 
Water, 1878. 

World we live in (The), 1869. (The most 
popular of all his works.) 
Anstey (Christopher), poet, 1724-1805. 
Election Ball (The), 1776. 
New Bath Guide, 1766. 

Priest dissected ( I'he), 1774. (A poem, sup- 
pressed.) 
(N.B.— This Anstey is buried in West- 
minster Abbey I where Byron is not recog 
nized.) 

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138 



ANTHON — ARNOLD. 



APPENDIX I. 



ARMSTRONG — ARNOLD. 



Anthon, LL.D. (Charles), bom in New York, 

1797-1867. 
Editor of Horace, 1830 ; school edition, 1833. 

(Virgil, Caesar, etc., followed.) 
Lempriere's Classical Dictionary (revised and 

enlarged), 1822. 
Anthony , M.D. (Francis), alchemist, London, 

1550-1623. 
Apology concerning a Medicine called Aurum 

Fotabile, 1616. 
Potabilis Auri Assertio, 1610. 
Arbuthnot, M.D. (John), born at Arbuthnot, 

near Montrose, 1660-1735. 
Examination of Dr. ^Voodward's Account of 

the Deluge, etc., 1697. 
History of John Bull, 1712. 
Tables of Ancient Coins, Weights, and 

Measures, 1705-1708. 
Argyll (George John Douglas Campbell, duke 

of), 1823- 
History and Antiquity of lona, 1870. 
Letter to the Peers, etc., 1842. 
Presbytery Examined (The), 1848 
Primeval Man, 1H69. 
Reign of Law (The), 1867. 
Armitage, R.A. (Edward), London, 1817- 
Ahab and Jezebel, 1864. 
Battle of Balaclava, 1855, 
Battle of Inkerman, 1856. 
Battle of IMeance, 1847. (In the collection of 

queen Victoria.) 
Burial of a Christian Martyr, 1863. 
Christ and His Apostles (for a fresco), 1860. 
Christ calling James and John, 1869. 
Christ healing the Sick, 1867. 
Christ reproving the Pharisee, 1873. 
Cities of the Plain (The), 1878. 
City of Refuge (The), 1853. 
Dawn of the First Easter Day, 1872. 
Death of Marmion (for a fresco), 1854. 
Death of Nelson. 1848. 
Deputation to Faraday, 1871. 
Disembarkmeut of Julius Cjesar in Engluud, 

1847. 
Dream of Fair Women (A), 1872. 
Esther's Banquet, 1864. 
Gethsemane, 1870. 
(jossamer Threads, 1870. 
Hagar, 1852. 

Henry Vlli. and Katherine Parr, 1848. 
Hero ligliting the Beacon, 1869. 
Herod's Birthday Feast, 1868. 
Hymn of the Last Supper, 1876. 
Julian the Apostate, 1875. 
Landing of Julius Caesar in Britain, 1847. 

(For the " Cartoon Exhibition.") 
Lotus-Eaters (The), 1859. 
Mother of Moses, 1878 ; ditto hiding, 1860. ' 
Parents of Christ seeking Him (The), 1866. 
^eace, 1871. 

^■Tjaraoh's Daughter, 1861. 
Phryne, 1876. 
Prometheus Bound. 1840. 
Pygmalion's Galatea, 1878. 
Remorse of Judas, 1866. 
Retribution (a colossal figure), 1858. 
St. Francis before Pope Innocent III. (for a 

fresco), 1859. 
St. John leading Home the Virgin, 1874. 
Samson, 1851 
Savonarola and [..orenzo the Magnificent, 1867 



Serf Emancipation, 1877. 

Sick Chameleon (The), 1869. 

Simplex Munditiis. 

Socialist (The), 1850. 

Souvenir of Scutari, 1857. 

Spirit of Religion (for a frssco), 1845. 

Thames and its Tributaries (for the Houses 

of Parliament ; a fresco). 
Vision of Ezekiel, 1851. 
Waiting for a Customer, 1849. 
Armstrong (Archibald, or Archee), jester, 

*-1672, 
Archee's Banquet of Jests, 1639. 

(HisLifo,by Ceeil; Dr. Diran, Court Fools.) 
Armstrong (Gtorge Francis), poet, born in 

Dublin, 1845- 
King David, 1874. ) 
King Saul, 1872. |- A dramatic trilogy. 

King Solomon, 1876. j 
Poems, Lyrical and Dramatic, 1869. 
Ugone (a tragedy), 1870. 
Armstrong, M.D. (John), poet, born at Castle- 
ton, in Roxburghshire, 1709-1779. 
Art of Preserving Health (The), a didactic 

poem in four books, blank verse, 1744. (His 

best poem.) 
Benevolence, 1751. 
Day (a poem), 1761. 
Economy of Love (The), 1737. (His first 

poem, suppressed as obscene.) 
Essays (in prose), 1758. 
Short Ramble through Parts of France and 

Italy by Lancelot I'emple, Esq., 1771. 
Taste (a poetical epistle), 175.S. 
Armstrong, M.D. (John), born at Ayres Quay, 

Bishop Wearmouth, in Durham, 1784- 

1829. 
Lectures, 1834. 
Puerperal Fever, 1813. 
Typhus, 1816. 

(His Life, by Boott, 1832.) 
Armyn (Robert), dramatist, *-1611. 

Nest of Ninnies, 1608. 
Arnald (Richard), 1696-1756. 

Commentary on the Apocrypha, 1744, 
Arnall (William), 1715-1741. 

Free Briton (The), 1724. 
Arne, Mus.D. (Thomas Augustine), musical 

composer, London, 1710-1778. 
Artaxerxes (an opera, paraphrased from j\Ieta- 

stasio), 1762. 
Comus (a masque), 1738. 
Eliza (an opera). 
Guardian Outwitted (The), 1759 ; words by 

Massinger, altered by Garrick. 
Rosamond (an opera), 1733 ; libretto by Ad- 
dison. 
Rose (The), (comic opera, adapted from the 

French). 
Rule Britannia (a national song), 1740 ; vrords 

by Thomson. 
Tom Thumb, or the Opera of Operas, 1735 ; a 

burletta, words by Fielding, altered 1778 by 

O'Hara. 
Arnold (Arthur), 1833- 
Hever Court (a novel), 1867. 
Ralph (a novel), 1863. 
History of the Cotton Famine, 1864. 
T^etters from the Levant, 1868. 
Social Politics, 1878. 
Through Persia by Caravan, 1877. 



AKNOLD — ATTERBUUY. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



AS GILL ATTERBUKY. 1139 



AttKOLD (Edwin), 1832- 

Foetry. 

Feast of Belshazzar (Newdegate prize), 1852. 

Griselda (a drama), 1856. 

Poems, Narrative and Lyrical, 1853. 

Indian Song of Songs, 1875 ; the Gita Govinda. 

Light of Asia, 1879. 

Translation of "Hero and Leander," 1873. 

Translation of " Hitopadesa,'' under the title 
of the " Book of Good Counsels," 1861. 
Prose. 

Education in India, 1860. 

History of the Administration of India under 
the late Marquis of Dalhousie, 1862-64. 

Poets of Greece, 1869. 
Arnold, D.C.L. (Matthew), bom at Laleham, 
Middlesex, 1822- 

Poetry. 

Balder. (His best.) 

Cromwell (Newdegate prize), 1843. 

Empedocles on Etna, 1852. 

Merope (a tragedy), 1858. 

New Poems, 1868. 

Poems, 1854-1877. 

Sohrab and Rustmn. 

Strayed Reveller (The), and other Poems, 1848. 
Prose. 

Essays on Criticism, 1865. 

God and the Bible, 1875. 

Last Words on Translating Homer, 1863. 

Literature and Dogma, 1873. 

Popular Education of France, 1864. 

Schools and Universities on the Continent, 
1868. 

St. Paul and Protestantism, 1870. 

Study of Celtic Literature, 1867. 

Three Lectures on Translating Homer, 1861- 
1862. 
Arnold (Samuel) musical composer, London, 
1740-1802. 

Prodigal Son (The), an opera. 1770. 
Arnold, D.D. (Thomas), historian, born at 
West Cowes, Isle of Wight, 1795-1842. 

History of Rome, 1838-42. 

Lectures on Modern History, 1842. 

Sermons. 
(His Life, by A. P. Stanley, 1844.) 
Abnolde (Richard), chronicler, 1450-1521. 

Gustomes of London, 1502. 
Arrowsmith (John), born at Gateshead, Dur- 
ham, 1602-1659. 

Armilla Catechetica, 1659. 

Tactica Sacra, 1657. 
Arnott M.D. (Neil), born at Arbroath, in Scot- 
land, 1788-1873. 

Elements of Physics, or Natural Philosophy, 
General and Medical, 1827-1864. 

On the Smokeless Fireplace, Chimney-valves, 
etc., 1855. 

onrvey of Human Progress, 1861. 

Warming and Ventilating, 1838. 
Arthington (Henry). j>oet, *-1610. 

Principall Points of Holy Profession : (1) The 
Creation; (2) The Subversion ; and (3) The 
Restoration of Man, 1607. (A few months 
before the birth of Milton.) 
Ascham (Roger), classical scholar, bom at 
Kirby-Wiske, Yorkshire, 1515-1568. 

Apologia pro Coena Dominica, etc., posthu- 
mous 1577. 

Letters and Poems, posthumous 1570. 



Scholemaster (The), 1570. (His chief work.) 
Toxopbilus, and the Schole of Schootinge, 
1544. 

(His Life, by James Bennet, 1761; Dr. 
Johnson, 1767 ; Grant, etc.) 
Asgill (John), litterateur, 1650-1738. 
Argument respecting Eternal Life, 1698. 
De jure Divino, 1710. 
Ash, LL.D. (^John), philologist. Baptist minister, 

1724-1779. 
Dictionary of the English Language, 1775. 
Introduction to Lowth's English Grammar, 

1766. 
AsHBURNHAir (John), 1604-1671. 
Narrative of Attendance on Charles I., post- 
humous 1830. 
Ashley (Robert), 1565-1641. 
Latin metrical translation of the Urania of 

Du Bartas, 1589. 
Life and Death of Almanzor (from the 

Spanish), 1627. 
AsHMOLE (Elias), antiquary, bom at Lichfield, 

Staffordshire, 1617-1692. 
Antiquities of Berkshire, posthumous 1719. 
History and Antiquities of Berkshire, 1736. 
History of the Order of the Garter, 1672. 
Theatrum Cheraicum Britannicum, 1652. 
Way to Blisse (The), i.e. The Philosopher'? 
Stone, 1658. 

(Life by himself, and edited 1717 by Charles 
Burman.) 
AssER (John), surnamed Menevensis, a monk 

of Menevia fSt. David's), *-910. 
Annales Rerum Gestarum iElfredi Magni 

(posthumous), first published 1574 ; bes' 

edition, 1722. 
AsTELL (Mary), Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1668-1731 
Christian Religion (The), 1705. 
Defence of the Female Sex, 1696. 
Fair Way with Di.-senters (A), 1704, 
Moderation truly stated, 1704. 
Vindication of the Royal Martyr, 1704. 
AsTLE (Thomas), antiquary, born atNeedwood 

Forest, Staffordshire, 1735-1803. 
Origin and Progress of Writing, 1784. (Best 

work on the subject in any language.) 
Seals of the Kings, etc., of Scotland, 1792. 
Atherstoxe (Edwin), poet, 1788-1872. 
Fall of Nineveh (The), 1828. 
Handwriting on the Wall (The), 1858. 
Israel in Egypt, 1861. 
Last Days of Herculaneum (The), 1821. 
Midsummer Day's Dream, 1822. 
Sea Kings of England (The), 1830. 
Atkinson, F.C.S. (Thomas Witlam), artist 

and traveller, Yorkshire, 1799-1861. 
Oriental and Western Siberia, 1858. 
Travels on the Amoor, 1860. 
Atkyns (Sir Rohen), jurist, 1621-1710. 
Ancient and Present State of Gloucestershire, 

posthumous 1712. 
Power, etc., of Parliament, 1689. 
Attekbury, D.D. (Francis), ' bishop of Ro- 
chester, born at Miltou-Keynes, Bucking- 
hamshire, 1662-1732. 
Absalom and Achitophel of Dr3'den, Latin^ 

ized, 1682. 
Considerations on the Spirit of Martin ijuther, 

1687. 
Posthumous Sermons, 17iO. 
Works, 1789. 



1140 



ATTWOOD — AYTOUN. 



APPENDIX I. 



AUST I N — ^AYTOUN. 



(N.B.— " The p:xaniinatiun of Dr. Bentley's 
Dissertation on the Epistles of Phalaris," by 
the Hon. Charles BoyLe, was mainly the work 
of Dr. Atterbury.) 

(His Lite, by Stackhouse, 1727). 
Attwood (George), natural philosopher, 1746- 

1807. 
Construction and Properties of Arches, 1801. 
Ordinances of At^size, 1801. 
Review of Statutes and Ordinances of Assize, 

1801. 
Supplement of " Construction, etc., of Arches," 

1804. 
Treatise on Rectilinear and Rotatory Motion, 

1784. (A valuable work.) 
Attw^ood (Thomas), musician, 1765-1838. 
Coronation Anthem : "The king shall rejoice," 

1820 (for the coronation of George IV.). 
Coronation Anthem : " Lord, grant the king 

a long life," 1830 (lor the coronation of 

William IV.). 
Aubrey (John), topographer and antiquary, 

born at Ea^ton-l'iers, Wiltshire, 1626-1697. 
Letters and Lives of Eminent Men, 1813. 
History of Wiltshire, 1821. 
Miscellanies (on ghosts, dreams, omens, etc.), 

1696. 
Natural History and Antiquities of Surrey, 
1719. 

(His Life, by J. Walker, 1813 ; John Britton, 
1845.) 
AuDuuoN (John James), ornithologist, born in 

Louisiana, U.S., 1780-1851. 
American Ornithological Biography, 1831-39. 
Birds of America, 1830-39, 1844. 
Quadrupeds of America (with Dr. Buchanan). 
Austen (Jane), novelist, born at Steveuton, 

Hampshire, 1775-1817. 
Emma, 1816. 
Mansfield Park, 1814. 
IS'orthanger Abbey, posthumous 1818. 
J'ersuasion, posthumous 1818. 
Pride and Prejudice, 1813. 
Sense and Sensibility, 1811. 

(Memoir by Austen Leigh, 1870.) 
Austin (Alfred), poet, critic, etc., born at 

Headingley, near Leeds, 1835- 
Poetry. 
Golden Age (The), a satire, 1871. 
Human Tragedy (The), a poem, 1862. 
Interludes (in verse), 1872. 
Leszko the Bastard (a tale of Polish grief), 

1877. 
Madonna's Child, 1873. 
My Satire and its Censors, 1861. 
Randolf, 1858. 

Rome or Death (a poem), 1873. 
Season (The), a satire, 1861. 
Tower of Babel (The), a drama, 1874. 

Novels. 
Artist's Proof (An), 1864. 
Five Years of it, 1858. 
Won by a Head, 1866. 

Miscellaneous (prose). 
England's Policy and Peril, 1877. 
Note of Admiration, etc., 1861. 
Poetry of the Period (The), 1870. 
Russia before Europe, 1876. 
Tory Horrors, 1876. 
Vindication of Lord Byron, 1869. 

Supplied by " The Oracle." 



Austin (John), Catholic divine, 1613-1669. 

Christian Moderator. 
Alstix (John), jurist, 1790-1859. 

Province of Jurisprudence determined, 1832, 
Austin (Samuel), poet, 1646-1664. 

Naps upon Parnassus, 1658. 

Urania (a poem), 1629. 
Austin (Mrs.), miscellaneous writer, 1793-1867 
(maiden name Sarah Taylor, of Norwich). 

Carove's "Story Without an End" (trans- 
lated), 1844. 

Falk's "Characteristics of Goethe" (trans- 
lated), 1833. 

Fragments from German prose writers (trans- 
lated), 1841. 

Guizot's " Causes of the Success of the 
English Revolution " (translated), 1850. 

Letters on Girls' Schools, and on the Training 
of Working Women, 1857. 

National P^ducation, 1839. 

Ranke's " History of Germany during the Re- 
formation " (translated), 1845. 

Ranke's "Popes of Rome " (translated), 1866. 

Sketches of Germany, 1854. 
Ayliffe, LL.D. (John) jurist, 1684-1750. 

Ancient and Present State of the Uuiversittf 
of Oxford, 1714. 

Pandect of Roman Civil Law, 1734. 

Parergon Juris Canonici Anglicani, 1726. 

State of the University of Oxford, 1714. 
Atlmer (John), bishop of London, born at 
Aylmer Hall, Norfolk, 1521-1594. 

Haf borowe for FaithfuU and Trewe Subiects 
against the Late Blowne Blaste, etc., 1559. 
Atloffe (Sir Joseph), antiquary, 1708-1781. 

Calendars of the Ancient Charters, etc., 1772. 

Sepulchral Monuments, 1781. (Completed by 
Gough.) 
Atre (John), 1801-1869. 

Treasury of Bible Knowledge, 1866. 
(Edited bishop Jewel's Works, 1845; and 

Home's " Introduction to Criticism of the Old 

Testament," 1860.) 
Ayscough (Rev. Samuel), 1745-1805. 

Catalogue of MSS. in the British Museum, 
hitherto undescribed, 1782. 

Catalogue of Books in the British Museum, 
1788. 

Index to Shakespeare, 1790. 
Ayton (William), botanist, 1731-1793. 

Hortus Kewensis, 1789. 
Aytoun (\Villiam Edmonstoune), poet, etc., 
born in Edinburgh, 1813-1865. 
Foetry. 

Ballads of Scotland (edited), 1858. 

Bothwell (a narrative poem in the style of 
sir Walter Scott), 1856. 

Firmilian, a Spasmodic Tragedy, 1854. 

Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and other 
Poems, 1849. (His chief poetical work. 
"The Execution of Montrose," and "The 
Burial-March of Dundee," especially good.) 

Nuptial Ode on the Marriage of the Prince of 
Wales, 1863. 

Poland, and other Poems. 
Prose. 

Glenmutchkin Railway (a tale). 

How I became a Yeoman. (His best tele.y 

Life and Times of Richard I., 1840. 

Norman Sinclair. 1861. 
(His Lite, by Martin, 1867.^ 



BABBAGE — BAILEY. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



BACON — BAIIEY. 1141 



Babbage (Charles), born at Teignmonth, Dovon- 
Bhire, 1792-1871. ^oted for his calculating 
machine. 

Comparative View of . . . Assurances of Life, 
1826. 

Decline of Science, 1830. 

Differential and Integral Calculus, 1816. 

Exposition (The), 1851. 

Ninth Bridgewater Treatise (The), 1837. 

On the Economy of Manufactures and 
Machinery, 1832. 

Table of Logarithms, 1827. (From 1 to 
180,000.) 

Turning and Planing Tools, 1846. 
Babikgton, M.D. (Benjamin Guy), 1794-1866. 

Adventures of the Gooroo Paiamatan (a tale 
in the Tamul language), 1822. 
Babisgtok (Charles Cardale), botanist, born at 
Ludlow, Shropshire, 1808- 

Ancient Cambi idgeshire, 1851. 

British Rubi (The), 1869. 

Flora Bathoniensis, 1836. 

Flora in Cambridgeshire, 1863. 

Flora of the Channel Islands, 1839. 

History of St. John's College, Cambridge, 1874. 

Manual of English Botany, 1843. 
Babington (Rev. Churchill), 1821- 

iMited from MS. recently discovered, " The 
Oration of Hypcrides against Demosthenes." 

Edited from papyrus in the British Museum, 
" The Funeral Oration of Hyperides." 
Babington, M.D. (William), mineralogist, born 
at Portglenone, in Ireland, 1756-1833. 

New System of Mineralogy, 1799. 

Systematic Arrangement of Minerals, 1795. 
Back (Sir George), navigator, born at Stockport, 
Cheshire, 1796-1878. 

Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to 
the Mouth of the Gr^at Fish (^or Back) 
River, and along the Shores of the Arctic 
Ocean, in 1833-35. 
Bacon (Francis, baron Verulam and viscount 
St. A\ba.ns), philosopher, London, 1561-1626, 
"Father of Experimental Philosophy." 

Advancement of Learning, 1605. 

Apokgie, 1604. 

Apophthegms, 1625. 

Charge touching Duels, 1614. 

De Augmentis Scientiarum, 1623. ("Advance- 
ment of Learning," in Latin, and eu- 
laiged.) 

De Sapientia Veterura, 1609. 

Discourse on the Happy Union of England 
and Scotland, 1603. 

Elements of the Laws of England, post- 
humous 1636. 

Essays (fifty-eight), 1597 ; enlarged, 1625. 

Felicities of Queen Elizabeth, posthumous 
1650. 

Historia Naturalis et Experimentalis, etc., 
1622. 

Historia Ventorum, posthumous 1638 ; in 
English, 1653. 

Historia Vitte et Mortis, etc., 1623. 

History of Henry VIL, 1622. 

Instauratio Magna, 1620. 

New Atl&,nti:5 (The), posthumjus 1635. (Un- 
finished.) 

Novum Organum, 1620. (His great work. 
Edited, with Introduction and Notes, by J. 
S. Brewer, 1856.) 



Of the State of Europe, 1580. 

Opera (very scarce), 1623. 

Psalmes in Verse, 1625. 

Reading on the Statute of Uses, posthumout 
1643. 

Relation of the Poysoning of Sir Thomas 
Overbury, posthumous 1651. 

Sermones Fideles, posthumous 1638. 

Sylva Sylvarum (in ten centuries), post- 
humous 1627. 

Wisdom of the Ancients (in Latin), 1609. 
(His Life, by viscount of St. Albans, 1626 ; 

Rawiey, 1657 ; Robert Stephens, 1736 ; David 

Mallet, 1740; Birch, 1763; P. L. Courtier, 

1803; Basil Montagu, 1825; J. Sortain ; Ma- 

caulay, 1843 ; lord Campbell, 1846-47 ; Mac- 

vey Napier, 1857 ; Ellis, 1858 ; W. Hepworih 

Dixon, 1862 ; Spedding, 1870.) 
Bacok (John), sculptor, born at Southwark, 
Surrey, 1740-1799. 

Monument to Lord Chatham in Westminster 
Abbey, 1778-83. 
Bacon, D.D. (Roger), a friar, natural philo- 
sopher, born at Ichester, in Somersetshire, 
1214-1292 ; called " Doctor Mirabilis." 

Compendium Philosophiae, 1271. 

Compendium Studii Theologije, 1292. 

De Nullitate Magiae, posthumous ; edited by 
J. S. Brewer, 1859. 

De Potestate Artes et Naturae, posthumous 
1542. 

Libel lus de Retardantis Senectutis, etc., post- 
humous 1590. 

Means of Avoiding the Infirmities of Old Age 
(in Latin), 12«9; first published, 159u ; 
translated by Browne, 1683. 

Miracles of Art, Nature, and Magick, posthu- 
mous 1659. 

Mirror of Alchimy, posthumous 1597. 

Opus Majus, 1267. (His great work.) Edited 
by Jebb, 1733. 

Opus Minus, posthumous; edited by J. S. 
Brewer, 1859. 

Opus Tertium, posthumous ; edited by J. S. 
Brewer, 1859. 

Speculum Alchemic, posthumous 1541, 
(Works, edited by J. S. Brewer, 1859.) 
Bage (Robert), novelist, born at Darley, near 
Derby, 1728-1801. 

Barham Downs, 1784. 

Fair Syrian (The), 1787. 

Hermslrong, or Man as He is not, 1796. 

James 'Wallac?, 1788. 

Man as He is, 1792. 

Mount Heneth, 1781. 
(His Life, by sir Walter Scott, 1836.) 
Bailey (Nathaniel), lexicographer, *-l742. 

Universal Etymological English Dictionary, 
1726; very scarce. (The best edition is in 
folio by Joseph Nicol Scott, M.D., 1755 ; 
very scarce.) 
Bailey (Peter), humorous poet, bom at Nant- 
wich, Cheshire, *-1823. 

Idwal (a poem connected with the conquest 
of Wales). 

Queen's Appeal (A), in the Spenserian 
stanza. 

Sketches from St. George's-in-the-Fields 
Bailey (Philip James), poet, Nottingnam, 
1816- 

Age (The), a colloquial satire in verse, 1858. 



1142 



BAILKT — BAKER. 



APPENDIX I. 



BAINES — BAKEH. 



Angel World (The), in verse, 1850. 

Festus (a dramatic poem), 1839. (His chief 

work.') 
Mystic (The), in verse, 1855. 
Universal Hymn, 1867. 
Cailkt (Samuel), Sheffield, 1791-1870. 

Berkeley's Theory of Vision (Review of), 

1842. 
Berkeley's Letter to a Philosopher in Reply . . . 

1843. 
Discourses on "Various Subjects, Literary and 

Philosophical, 1852. 
Formation and Publication of Opinions 

(Essays on the), 1829. (A sequel to the 

" Pursuit of Truth.") 
Joint Stock Banks and Country Issues (A 

Defence of), 1840. 
Money and its Vicissitudes in Value, 1837. 
1 'arliamentary Reform (A Discussion of), 1831. 
Philosophy of the Human Mind (Letters on 

the), 1st series, 1855 ; 2nd series, 1858 ; 3rd 

series, 1868. 
Political Representation (Rationale of), 1835. 
I'ursuit of Truth, etc. (Essays on the), 1821. 
Questions for Discussion on Politics, etc., 1823. 
Right of Primogeniture Examined, 1837. 
Shakespeare's J)ramatic Writings (On the 

received text of), 1862, 1868. 
Theory of Reasoning ( Fhe), 1851. 
Value (Critical Discussion on the Nature, 

etc.), 1825. 
Value (Letters to a Political Economist on), 

1826. 
Baillie (Joanna), dramatic poet, born at Both- 
well, 1762-1851. 
Dramas, 1836. (Sequel to the " Plays of the 

Passions.") 
Family Legend (The), 1810. 
Fugitive Verses, 1840. 
JMetrical Legends, 1821. 
IMiscellaneous Plays, 1804. 
Plays of the Passions, 1st series, 1798; 2nd 
series, 1802; 3rd series, 1812. 

(The best of her plays is " De Montfort," 
a tragedy). Works, with a Life, 1858. 
Baillie, M.D. (Matthew), born at Shotts, in 

Scotland, 1761-1823. (Brother of Joanna, 

the poet.) 
The Morbid Anatomy of some of the most 

Important Parts of the Human Body, 1795. 
Baillie (Robert), Glasgow, 1602-1662. 

Letters and Journals, 1775. 
Bailt, R.A. (Edward Hodges), sculptor, born at 

Bristol, 1788-1867. 
Apollo discharging his Arrows, 1815. 
Eve at the Fountain, 1819. 
Eve listening to the Voice, 1841. 
Graces seated (The). 
Girl preparing for the Bath (A). 
Hercules casting Lycus into the Sea. 
Maternal Love. 

Nelson's Statue in Trafalgar Square, 1843. 
Sleeping Nymph. 
Bailt, D.CL. (Francis), astronomer, born at 

Newbury, Berkshire, 1774^-1844, 
Life of Flamsteed, 1835. 
Bain, LL.D. (Alexander), born at Aberdeen, 

1818- 
Emotions and the Will, 1859. (One of his 

chief works.) 
IjOgic, Deductive and Inductive, 1870. 



Mental and Moral Sciences, 1868. 

Mind and Body, 1873. 

Moral Philosophy, 1852. 

Senses and the Intellect (The), 1855. (One 

ofnis chief works.") 
Study of character (The), 1861. 
Baines (Edward), historian, born at Waltou- 

le-Dale, in Lancashire, 1774-1848. 
History, etc., of the County of York, 1822-23. 
History, etc., of the County Palatine and 

Duchy of Lancaster, 1824-25. 
History of the Reign of George III., 1814. 

(His life, by his son Edward, 1849.) 
Baikd (Robert), born at Fayette, in Penn 

sylvania, 1798-1863. 
Christian Retrospect and Register (The), 1851, 
History of Temperance Societies, 1836» 
View of Religion in America (A), 1842. 
Baikd (Spencer FuUerton), naturalist, born at 

Reading, in Pennsylvania, U.S., 1823- 
Birds of North America, 1860 (with J. 

Cassin). 
Mammals of North America, 1861 (with J. 

Cassin). 
Review of American Birds, 1864 (with Dr. T. 

M. Brewer). 
Editor and Translator of the Iconographic 

Encyclopcedia, 1851. 
Baker (David Erskine), eldest son of Henry 

Baker, 1723-1770. 
A Companion to the Playhouse, 1764. (En- 
larged into the Biographia Dramatical 
Baker (George), topographer, born in North- 
amptonshire, 1780-1851. 
History and Antiquities of the county of 

Northampton, 1822-38. (An excellent 

work.) 
Bakek (Henry), naturalist, London, 1698-1774. 
Attempt towards a JSatural History of the 

Polype, 1743. 
Employment for the Microscope, 1753. 
Microscope made easy (The), 1742. 
Microscopical Observations, 1768. 

Poetry. 
Invocation to Health, 1722. 
Medulla Poetarum Romanorum, 1737. 
Original Poems, 1725-26. 
Baker, F.L.S. (John Gilbert), botanist, born at 

Guisborough, in Yorkshire, 1834- 
An Attempt to classify the Plants of Britain 

Geologically, 1855. 
Elementary Lessons in Botanical Geography, 

1875. 
Flora of the Mauritius, etc., 1877. 
Flora of Northumberland and Durham, 1868 

(with Dr. G. R. Tate). 
Monograph of British Mints, 1865. 
]\Ionograph of British Ferns, 1869. 
Monograph of the Ferns of Brazil, 1870. 
Monographs of the Papilionaceai of Tropical 

Africa, 1868-71. 
Monographs of the Papilionacese of India, 

1876. 
North Yorkshire: its Botany, Geology, etc., 

1863. 
On the Geographical Distribution of Ferns, 

1868. 
Popular Monograph of the Narcissus, Crocus, 

Lily, Iris, and Agave, 1870-77. 
Revision of the Order Liliaceae (in five parts), 

1870-77. 



BAKER — BANKS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



BALFOUH— BANKS. 1143 



Synopsis Filicum (commenced by sir W. 
Hooker), 1868. 

Systema Iridacearum, 1877. 
Bakek (Sir Richard), historian, born at Sitting- 
hurst, Kent, 1568-1644. 

Chronicle of the Kings of England (A), 1641. 

Theatrum Redivivuni, 1661. 
Baker, K.B. (Sir Samuel White), 1821-1880. 

Albert N'yanza (The), Great Basin of the 
Mile, and Exploration of the JNile Sources, 
(2 vols.), 1866. 

Cast up by the Sea (a story from the French), 
1869. 

Eighi Years' Wanderings in Ceylon, 1855. 

Istua'lia, 1874. (On the suppression of the 
8la7e trade; so called because the expedi- 
tion was arranged by Ismail, khedive of 
Eg/pt.) 

Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia (The), 1867. 

Rifle and Hound of Ceylon (The), 1854. 
Baker (Rev. Thomas), antiquary, bom at 
Crook, iu Durham, 1657-1740. 

Reflexions on Learning, 1736. (Once one of 
the most popular books in the language.) 
(Eis life, by Dr. Zachary Grey, 1784.) 
Bakewell (Robert), geologist, 1768-1843. 

introduction to Geology, 1813. 

Introduction to Mineralogy and Crystallo- 
graphy, 1819. 
Balcanqual (Walter), Scotch divine, *-1645. 

Declaration of King Charles 1. concerning the 
late tumults in Scotland, 1630. 
Baldock (Ralph de), bishop of London, *-1313. 

History of British Affairs (now lost). 
Baldwin (William), poet, *-1564. 

Cantacles or Balades of Solomon, in Metre, 
1549. 

Funeralles of Edward VI., 1553. 

Mirrours for Magistrates (one of the authors 
and editors of), 1559. (Tliis valuable work 
occupies the annals of English poetry from 
Surrey to Spenser.) 

P7-ose. Moral Philosophy, 1547. 
Bals (John), bishop of Ossory, in Ireland, 
born at Cove, in Suffolk, 1495-1563. 

Summary of the Illustrious Writers of Great 
Britain (Latin), 1549. 
Bales (Peter) penman, 1547-1610. 

The Writing Master (in three parts), 1590. 

(He wrote out the entire I3ible in short- 
hand, so small that it could be enclosed in an 

ordinary walnut-shell.) 
Balfk (Michael William), musical composer, 
Dublin, 1808-1870. 

Operas. 

Armourer of Nantes, 1863. 

Bianca, 1859. 

Bohemian Girl, 1844. 

Bondman, 1846. 

Catherine Grey, 1837. 

DameVoilee (La), 1838. 

Daughter of St. Mark, 1844, 

Elfrida, 1856. 

Encliantrcss (The), 1849. 

Enrico IV., 1834. 

Falstaff, 1838. 

Four Sons of Aymon (The), 1843. 

Joan of Arc (Jean d'Arc), 1839. 

Kiolanthe, 1840. 

L'Etoile de Seville, 1842. 

Maid of Artois (Manon Lescaut), 1836. 



Maid of Honour, 1847. 

Puritan's Daughter (The), 1861. 

Rivals (The), £ Rivali, 1830. 

Ruse of Castile (The), 1857. 

Satanella, 1858. 

Siege of Rochelle (Assedio di la-Rochelle), 

1835. 
Balfour, M.I). (John Hutton), botanist, 1808- 
Botany in the Encyclopaidia Britannica. 
First Book of Botany, 1872. 
Introduction to Palaeontological Botany, 1873. 
Balguy, D.D. (John), t/ieologian, 1686-1748. 

Essay on Redemption, 1741. 
Ball (John), puritan divine, 1585-1640. 
Short Treatise containing all the Principal 

Grounds of the Christian Religion (printed 

fourteen times before 1632). 
Treatise on Faith. 
Ballantine (James), 1808-1877. 
Gaberlunzie Wallet (The), 1843. 
Life of David Roberts (The), 1866. 
Lilias Lee, 1872. 

Miller of Deanhaugh (The), 1844. 
Ornamental Art, 1847. 
Poems, 1856. 
Songs, 1865. 
Stained Glass, 1845. 
Whistle Binkie, posthumous 1878. 
Ballantvne (James Robert), orientalist, born 

at Kelso, in Roxburgh, *-1864. 
Christianity contrasted with Hindoo Phi- 
losophy, 1859. 
First Lessons in Sanscrit Grammar, 1862. 
Synopsis of Science, in Sanscrit and English, 

1856. 
Translation of the Sahitya Darpana, 1848. 
Bancroft, M.D. (Edward), *-l821. 

Essay on the N atural History of Guiana, in 

South America, 1769. 
Experimental Researches concerning the 

Philosophy of Permanent Colours, etc., 

1813. (A valuable work.) 
Bancroft (George), historian, born at Wor- 
cester, in Massachusetts, U.S., 1800- 
History of the Revolution in North America, 

1852. 
History of the Colonization of the United 

States of North America, vol. 1st, 1834 ; 3rd, 

1840 ; 7th, 1858 ; 8th, 1860. (A great work. ) 
Poems, 1823. 
Bancroft (Richard), archbishop of Canterbury, 

born at Farnworth, Lancashire, 1544-1610. 
Daungerous Proceedings vnder Pretence of 

Reformation, 1593. 
Survay of the Pretended Holy Discipline, 1593. 

(Life, Hook's Lives of the Archbishops.) 
Bancroft (Thomas), epigrammatist, *-*. 
Glutton's Feaver, posthumous 1817. 
Heroical Lover, 1658. 
Two Bookes of Epigrammes and Epitaphs, 

1639. 
Banim (John), novelist, near Kilkenny, 1800- 

1842. 
Tales of the O'Hara Family, 1825. 
Banks (Sir Joseph), naturalist, London, 174a- 

1820. 
Catalogus Bibliothecje Historico-Naturalis 

1798. (Most comprehensive extant.) 
Causes of Blight, Mildew, and Rust in Corn, 

180.3. 
Circumstances relative to Merino Sheep, 180a 



144 



BANKS — BAHXES. 



APPENDIX I. 



BARING BARNES. 



Banks (Thomas), sculptor, London, 1735-1805. 
Armed Neutrality (lor the empress of Russia,), 

1774. 
Caractacus pleading before Claudius, 1771. 
Mourning Achilles, 1776. (His great work.) 
Psyche and the Butterfly, 1773. 
Banks (Thomas Christopher), genealogist, 1764- 

1854. 
Dormant and Extinct Baronage since the Con- 
quest, 1807. 
History of the . . . Family of Marmyuu, 

1817. 
Stemmata Anglicana, 1825. 
Bannattne (George), 1545-1606. 
Ancient Scottish Poems, published posthu- 
mously from his MS., 1770. 

(The Baimatyne Club, so called from George 
Bannatyne, 1823-1859.) 
Bakbauld (Mrs.), maiden name Anna Laetitia 

Aikin, born at Kibworth-Harcourt, in 

Leicestershire, 1743-1825. 
Devotional Pieces, 1775. 
Early Lessons for Children, 1774. 
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, 1812. 
Evenings at Home, 1792-95 (with Dr. Aikin). 
Female Spectator (The), 1811. 
Hymns in Prose, 1774. 
Life of Samuel Richardson, 1805. 
Miscellaneous Poems, 1773. 
Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose, 1773 (with Dr. 

Aikin). 
Poetical Epistle to Mr. Wilberforce, 1790. 
Remarks on Gilbert Wakefield's Inquiry, 
1792. 

(Memoir, by Lucy Aikin, 1827.) 
P.ARBonK (John), poei, etc., 1316-1395. 
The Bruce (a metrical chronicle), 1375. (It 

embraces the period between 1306-1329.) 

First published from MS. in 1489. 
Barclat (Alexander), 1476-1552. 
Castle of Labour (The), 1506. 
Figloges (50 in number), 1548. 
Mirror of Good Manners (The), posthumous. 
Shyp of Folys of the Worlde (The), 1509. 

(N.B. — The Narenschiff, by Sebastian 
Brandt, was published 1494.) 
Bakclay f John), a Scotchman born in France, 

1582-1621. 
Argenis (a political allegory), 1621. Cowper 

says, "It is the most amusing ever written." 

Disraeli (lord Beaconsneld) much admired 

it also. 
Conspiratio Anglicana, 1605. 
Euphormio (a satire in Latin), 1603. 
Icon Animarum, 1614. (A capital book.) 
Phceniro (The), translated by Clara Reeve in 

1771. 

(A Scot by blood, and French by birth, this man 
At Rome speaks Latin as no Roman can. 

Grotius.) 

(His Life, by sir D. Dalrymple, 1786.) 
Barclay (Robert), theologian, born at Gordons - 
town, in Scotland, 1648-1690. 
Apology for the True Christian Divinity, 1675. 
Treatise on Universal Love, 1677. 
Truth cleared of Calumnies, 1670. 
Barclay (William), jitrtis^ Aberdeen, 1541-1605. 

De Hegno et Kegali Potestate, 1600. 
Barham (Hichard Harris), novelist and po€t, 
b>rn at Canterbury, 1788-184?. 



Ingoldsby Legends (in verse and prose). 1»37. 

My Cousin Nicholas (a novel). 
(Life, by his son.) 
Baring-Gould (Rev. Sabine), Exeter, 1834- 

Book of Were-wolves (The), 1865. 

Curiosities of the Olden Time, 1869. 

Curious Myths of the Middle Ages,^ 18(>5-67. 

Difficulties of the Faith (The), 1874. 

Germany, Past and Present, 1879. 

Golden Gate (The), 1869-70. 

Iceland, its Scenes and Sagas, 1861. 

In Exitu Israel (a novel), 1870. 

Ireland, its Scenes and Sagas, 1861. 

Life of the Rev. R. S. Hawker, 1876. 

Lives of the Saints, 1872-77. 

Lost and Hostile Gospels ( rhe), 1874. 

Mystery of Sulfering (The), 1877. 

Origin and Development of Religious Belief 
(The), 1809-70. 

Path of the Just (The), 1854. 

Post-Mediasval Preachers, 1865. 

Silver Store (The), 1868. 

Some Modern Difficulties, 1875. 

Village Sermons for a Year, 1875. 

Yorkshire Oddities, 1874. 
Barker (Edmund Henry), born at Holljm, in 
Yorkshire, 1788-1839. 

Aristarchus Anti-Blomfieldianus, 1818. (In 
reply to Blomfield, who attacked his Tfie- 
saurus in the Quarterly Ktview.) 

Classical Recreations, 1812. 

Parriana, 1828-29. 
(His magnum opus, however, is his edition 

of Stephen's Thesaurus Linguae Graca, which 

contains 11,752 double-columned closely 

printed pages, 1816-1828.) 
BARKsrED (William), poet, 1577-1620. 

Hirem, or the Faire Greek (a poem), 1611. 
(Referred to by Shakespeare, 2 Hen. IV. 
Act ii.) 

Myrrha, the Mother of Adonis (a poem), 1607. 
Barlow (Joel), poet, born at Reading, in Con- 
necticut, U.S., 1755-1812. 

Conspiracy of Kings (The! a poem, 1792. 

Vision of Columbus (Tne), a poem, 1787. 
(Afterwards enlarged into The Volunibiad, 
1805). 
Barlow (Peter), mathematician, Norwich,177D- 
1862. 

Elementary Investigation of the Theory of 
Numbers, 1811. 

Essay on Magnetic Attractions, etc., 1822. 

Essay on the Strength and Stress of Timbers, 
1817. 

New Mathematical and Philosophical Dic- 
tionary, 1813. 

New Mathematical Tables, 1814. 
Baklowe (William), natural philosoplur, 1542- 
1625. 

Magnetical Advertisements, 1616. 

Navigators' Supply, 1597. 
Barnes (Albert), theologian. New York State. 
1798-1870. 

Notes on the New Testament, 1832-48. 

Notes on the Old Testament, 1851. 
Barnes (Barnaby), poet, 1569-1609. 

Devil's Charter (The), a tragedy on pope Alex- 
ander VI., 1607. 

Divine Centurie of Spiritual Sonnets, 1595. 

Parthenophil and Parthenuphe : Sonnets, Mac 
drigals, and Odes, 1593. 



BARNES — BASSE, 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



BARROW — BASSE. 



1145 



Sarjies (Rev. William), born at Rushbay, in 

Dorsetshire, 1810- 
An Anglo-Saxon Delectus (called S. Geflysta), 

1849. 
Arithmetical and Commercial Dictionary (An), 

1840. 
Early England, 1869. 
Elements of Linear Perspective, 1842. 
Grammar and Glossary of the Dorset Dialect, 

1864. 
Hwomely Rhymes, etc., 1859. 
Notes on Ancient Britain, 1858. 
Philological Grammar, 1854. 
Poems of Rural Life, in Dorset Dialect, 1*44. 
Rural I'oems (in common F^ngliah), 18C2. 
Song of Solomon, in the Dorset Dialect, 1850. 
Tiw, or a View of the Roots and Stems of 

English, 1862. 
Views of Labour and Gold, 1859. 
Raenett (John), musical composer, born near 

Bedford, 1802- 
Fair Rosamond (an historic opera), 1836. 
Farinelli (an opera), 1839. 
Mountain Sylph (The), 1834. (His best 
opera.) 

(And many hundred ballads, vaudevilles, 

canzonets, etc. ; as " Striite the light Guitar," 

" Not a Drum was beard ..." " Rise, gentle 

Moon," etc.) 

Barnom (Phineas Taylor), bom at Bethel, in 

Connecticut, U.S., 1810- 
Humbugs of the World, 1865. 
Struggles and Triumphs, 1869. 

(His Life, by himself, 1855.) 
Barri (Girald de). See Giraldus Cambrensis. 
Barnfield (Richard), jjoef, 1574- 
Affectionate Shepherd (The), 1594, (Very 

rare.) 
Cynthia, with Sonnets, and the Legend of Cas- 
sandra, 1595. 
Encomion of Lady Pecunia (The), 1598. (On 
the praise of money.) 

(Barnfield wrote the beautiful ode, " As it 
fell upon a day," generally ascribed to Shake- 
speare.) 
Barrett, D.D. (John), *-1821. 
Inquiry into the Origin of the Constellations 
of the Zodiac. 

(It is said that Dr. Barrett, professor of 
Oriental languages in Trinity College, Dublin, 
was unable to tell a sheep from an ox.) 
Barri XGTON (The Hon. Daines), lawyer, na- 
turalist, etc., 1727-1800. 
Miscellanies, 1781. 

Observations on the Statutes, 1765. (A valu- 
able work.) 
Barrington (John Shute, lord viscount), bom 

at Theobalds, Hertfordshire, 1678-1734. 
Essay on the Several Dispensations of God to 

Mankind. 
Miscellanea Sacra, 1725. (A valuable work.) 
Barrow, D.D. (Isaac), theologian and viathe- 

matician, London, 1630-1677. 
Archimedis Opera, 1675. 
Vuclidis Data, 1675. 
Kuclidis Elementa, 1655. 
Lectio de Sphaera et Cylindro, posthumous 

1678. 
Lectio Geometricae, 1670. 
L<'ctiones Mathematicaj, posthumous 1734. 
Lictioues Opticae, 1669. 



Opuscula (containing Latin sermons, speeches, 

poems, etc.), posthumous 1687. 
Selected Writings, posthumous 1866. 
Theological Works, posthumous 1687. 

(Life, by Hill.) 
Barrow (Sir John), miscellaneous writer, born 

near Ulvcrstone, in Lancashire, 1764-1848. 
Autobiographical Memoir (An), 1847. 
Chronological History of Arctic Voyages. 

1818. 
Life of Lord Macartney, 1807. 
Memoirs of Naval Worthies of Queen Eliza 

beth's Reign, 1845. 
Mutiny of the Bounty, 1831. 
Sketches of the Royal Society, 1848. 
Travels in China, 1804. 

Travels in Southern Africa, 1799. (Valuable.) 
Voyage to Cochin-China, 1806. (Admirable.) 
Barry, D.C.L. (Rev. Alfred), 1k26- 
Introduction to the Old Testament, 1856. 
Life of Sir Charles Barry, R.A., 1867. 
Notes on the Catechism, 1867. 
Religion for Every Day, 1873. 
Sermons for Boys, 1868. 
What is Natural Theology? 1876. (Boyle 

Lecture.) 
Barry, R.A. (Sir Charles), architect, bom ai 

Westminster, 1795-1860. 
Built the Palace of Westminster, 1840-59. 

(His Life, by Dr. Alfred Barry, 1807.) 
Barry, D.D. (George), natural historian, 1747- 

1805. 
History of the Orkney Islands, 1805. (An 

excellent work.) 
Barry (James), lawyer, Dublin, 1598-1673. 
The Case of Tenures upon the Commission of 

Defective Titles, 1637. 
Barry, R.A. (James), historical painter, born 

at Cork, 1741-1806. 
An Inquiry into the Real and Imaginary Ob- 
structions to the Acquisition of the Arts in 

England, 1775 
Progress of Civilization, 1777-84. 

(As an artist his fame rests on his Victors of 
Olympia.') 

(His Life, by Dr. Fryer, 1809.) 
Barry (Lodowick), *-*. 
Ram Alley, or Merry Tricks (a comedy), 

1611. 
Barry, M.D. (Martin), physiologist, Hampshire, 

1802-1855. 
Researches in Embryology, etc. (published in 

the Philosophical Transactions), 1838-43. 
Bakton, M.D. (Benjamin Smith), naturalist, 

bora at Lancaster, U.S., 1766-1816. 
Elements of Botany, 1804. 
Fragments of the Natural History of Penn- 
sylvania, 1799. 
Barton (Bernard), poet, London, 1784-1849. 
Household Verses, 1845. 
Metrical Effusions, 1812. 
Napoleon, and other Poems, 1822. 
Poems by an Amateur, 1818. 
Poems, 1820, 1849, 1853. 
Reliquary (The), 1836. 
Bartram (William), botanist, born at King- 

sossing, in Pennsylvania, U.S., 1739-1823. 
Travels through North and South Carolina, 

Georgia, etc., 1791. (The botany of this 

book is excellent.) 
Basse (William), jwef, *- * 



114G 



BASTIAN— BECKFORD. 



APPENDIX I. 



BAYLY — BECKFORD. 



Pastorals (prepared by him for publication) 

1653. 
Bastian, M.D. (Henry Charlton), bom at Truro, 

in Cornwall, 1837- 
Beginnings of Life (The), 1872. 
Clinical Lectures on Paralysis from Brain 

Dissase, 1875. 
Evolution and the Origin of Life, 1874. 
Modes of Origin of Lowest Organisms, 1871. 
Bastwick, M.D. (John), born at Writtle, in 

Essex, 1593-1648. 
Apologeticus ad Prajsules Anglicanos, 1636. 
New Discovery of the Prelates' Tyranny, 1641. 
Elenchus Religionis Papistica?, 1624. 
Flagellum Pontificis, 1635. 
New Letany, 1637. (Once very famous.) 
Bateman, M.D. (Thomas), born at Whitby, in 

Yorkshire, 1778-1821. 
Delineations of Cutaneous Diseases, 1817. 
Synopsis of Cutaneous Di-^eases, 1813. 
Bates, D.D. (William), nonconformist divine, 

1625-1699. 
Vitae selectorum aliquot Virorum, 1681. 

(Thirty-two lives. Valuable.) 
Bateson (Thomas), musical composer, 17th 

century. 
English Madrigals, 1604-18. 
Baxter (Andrew), born at Aberdeen, 1686-1750. 
Inquiry into the Nature of the Human Soul, 

1728. (An appendix was added in 1750.) 
Matho, 1745. 
Baxter (Richard), nonconformist divine, bom 

at Rowton, in Shropshire, 1615-1691. 
Aphorisms of justification, 1649. 
Biographies, posthumous 1696. 
Call to the Unconverted, 1669. 
Catholic Theology, 1675. 
Certainty of the World of Spirits, 1691. 
Church History of the Government of Bishops, 

1680. 
Christian Directory, 1675. 
Confessions of Faith, 1655. 
Dying Thoughts, 1688. 
Episcopacy, 1681. 

Gildas Silvianus, the Reformed Pastor, 1056. 
Life of Faith, 1670. 
Life of Mrs. Baxter, 1681. 
Methodus Theologije Christianas, 1681. 
Now or Never, 1663. 
Paraphrase of the New Testament, 1685. 
Poetical Fragments, 1681. 
I'oor Man's Family Book (A), 1674. 
Reasons for the Christian Religion, 1667. 
Reformed Liturgy (The), 1661. 
Reformed Pastor, 1656. 
Reliquiae Baxterianae, posthumous 1696. 
Saint's Everlasting Rest (The), 1650. 
Treatise on Episcopacy, 1681. 
Universal Concord, 1658. 
Universal Redemption, 1694. 

(Life, by himself and Sylvester, 1696 ; Dr. 
E. Calamy, 1713; Orme, 1830.) 
Baxter (Robert Dudley), statistician, 1827- 
National Income, 1868. 
I railway Extension and its Results, 1866. 
Taxation of the United Kingdom, 1869. 
Baxter (William), antiquary, etc., bom at 

Llangollen, in Wales, 1650-1723. 
Glossarium Antiquitatuni Britannicarum,l7l9. 
Baxter (William Edward), born at Dundee, 

1825- 



America and the Americans, 1855. 

Hints to Thinkers, 1860. 

Impressions of Central and Southern Europe, 

1850. 
Tagus and the Tiber, 1850-51. 
Bayly (Lewis), bishop of Bangor, born at Car- 
marthen, in Wales, 1565-1632. 
Practice of Piety (The), about 1600 ; the 11th 
edition was 1619. 
Bayly (Thomas Hayne8)poe<, 1797-1839. 
Thirty-six Dramatic Pieces. 
Weeds of Kitchery, 1837. 

(His poetical works were collected and pub- 
lished, with a memoir, in 1844.) 
Baynk (Alexander), jwrisi, 1690-1737. 

Institutions of Criminal Law of Scotland, 1730. 
Notes, 1731. 

(Also an edition of Hope's Minor Practicks, 
17i;6.) 
Bayne (Peter), born at Fodderty, in Scotland, 
1830- 
Christian Life (The), 1855. 
Church's Curse and Nation's Claim(The), 1868. 
Days of Jezebel (an historical drama), 1872. 
Essays in Biograjihical Criticism, 1857-58. 
Life of Hugh Miller, 1870. 
Testimony of Christ to Christianity, 1862. 
Baynes, LL.D. (Thomas Spencer), born at 
Wellington, in Somersetshire, 1823- 
New Analytic of Logical Forms, 1852. 
Port Royal Logic, 1851. 
Beaconsfield. See Disraeli. 
Beale, M.D. (Lionel Smith), London, 1820- 
Anatomy of the Liver, 1874. 
How to Work the Microscope. 
Life Theories, 1871. 
Microscope in its Application to Practical 

Medicine (The). 
Mystery of Life (The). 1871. 
Protoplasm ; or Life, IMatter, and Mind. 
Beattie (James), poet, etc., born at Laurence- 
kirk, in Scotland, 1735-1803. 
Judgment of Paris, 1765. 
Minstrel (The), in two parts, Spenserian 
metre. Part i. 1771 ; part ii. 1774. (Incom- 
plete. Merivale added a third part.) 
Poems and Translations, 1760. 

Frose. 
Dissertations, 1783. 

Elements of Moral Sciences (The), 1790-93. 
Essay on Poetry and ]\Iusic, 1778. 
Essay on Truth, 1770. 
Essays, 1776. 
Evidences of Christianity, 1786. 

(Life, by sir William Forbes, 1806; Mudford 
1809 ; Dyce, 1831.) 
Beaumont and Fletcher, dramatists. (For 

their dramas, see Appendix III.) 
Beavan (Rev. James), 1800-1871. 
An Account of the Life and Writings of St. 
Irenaius, 1841. 
Beckford (William), 1761-1844. 
Biographical Memoirs of Extraordinary 

Painters (a satire), 1780. 
Dreams, Incidents, etc., 1783. 
Italy, with Sketches of bpain and Portugal 

1780 ; published 1834. 
Memoirs of Extraordinary Painters, 1780. 
Recollections of an Excursion, 1835. 
Vathek (an Eastern tale), 1786. 
(Life, by Cyrus Redding, lfc58.) 



BECON — BEHN. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



BEECHER — BEHN. 



1147 



Becon (Thomas), reformer, 1511-1570. 
Actes of Christ and of Antichrist (The), 1577. 
Boke of Matrimony (The), 1542. 
Christmas Banket (The), 1542, 
David's Harpe, 1542. 
Fortres of the Faithfull, 1560. 
Gouvernaunce of Vertue (The), 1650. 
Inuctiue against Swearyng, 1543. 
Newes out of Heauen, lf)41, 
Newyeare's Gift (The), 1543. 
Pathwuye unto Prayer, 1542. 
Physicke of the Soule, 1549. 
I'olicie of Waire (The), 1543. 
Pomaunder of Prayer (The), 1532. 
I'opish Masse displayed, 1559. 
Potation for Lent, 1542. 
Ileliques of Kome (The), 1553. 
Sicke Man's Salue, 1561. 
Solace of the Soul, 154S. 
Worckes (in folio), 1563-64, 
Beddoks (Lovell Thomas), j)oe«, bom at Clifton, 

1803-1849. Son of Dr. Thomas Beddoes. 
Bride's Tragedy (The), 18-22. 
Death's Jest Book, or the Fool's Tragedy (a 

drama), 1850. 
Improvisatore (The), 1821. 
Poems (with memoir), posthumous 1851. 
Beddoes, M.D. (Thomas), born at Shifnall, in 

Shropshire, 1760-1808. 
Advice to Husbandmen in Harvest, 1808. 
Alexander's Expedition to the Indian Ocean, 

1792. 
Chemical Experiments, 1790. 
Cure for Calculus, etc., 1792. 
History of Isaac Jenkins, 1793. (Rules for 

sobriety for working-men.) 
Hygeia, 1801-2. (A very judicious treatise.) 
On the Nature of Demonstrative Evidence, 

etc., 1792. 
On Consumption, 1799. 
On Fever. 1807. 

Public Merits of Mr. Pitt, 1796. 
Several Ti-anslations. 

(Life, by Dr. Stock, 1811.) 
Bede ("The Venerable"), ecclesiastical liiato- 

rian, born at Jarrow, in Durham, 672-735. 
A book on Metrical Art ; another on Ortho- 
graphy ; Lives of the abbots of Wearmouth ; 

Commentaries on most of the books of the 

Bible, including the Apocrypha; De Sex 

.iltatibus Mubdi. (All in Latin.) 
Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum (in 

five books), 734. (His best work.) 
Homilies, Hymns, Epigrams, etc. 
Martyrology. 

(Life, by J. Stevens, 1723; Gehle, 1838; 
Wright, Biographia Britannica Literaria, 
1843.) 
Bkdford (Paul), bom at Bath, 1798-1871. 

Recollections and Wanderings, 1864. 
Bek (John), i.e. John Badcock, 

Slang Dictionary (A), 1823. 
Beecher (Catherine Esther), born at East 

Hampton, New York, U.S., 1800-1878. 
Common Sense applied to Religion, 1857, 
Duty of American ^V^omen to their Country, 

1845, 
The True Remedy for the Wrongs of Women, 

1851, 
Beecher (Rev. Charles), bora at Litchfield, in 

Comiecticut, U.S., 1810- 



Incarnation (The), or Pictures of the Virgin 

and her Son 1849, 

Pen Pictures of the Bible, 1855. 

Review of Spiritual Manifestations, 1853. 
Beecher, D.D. (Edward), born at East Hampton, 
New York, U.S., 1804- 

History of Opinions on the Doctrine of Retri- 
bution, 1878. 
Beecher (Rev. Henrv Ward), born at Litchfield, 
in Connecticut, U.S., 1813- 

Lectures to Young Men, 1850. 

Lite Thoughts, 1858. 

Star Papers (The), 1858. 
Beeoher-Stowe (Mrs.), maiden name Harriet 
Elizabeth Beecher, born at Litchfield, Con- 
necticut, U.S., 1812, 

Agnes of Sorrento, 1862, 

Chimney Corner (The), 1868, 

Christian Slave (The), a drama, 1855. 

Daisy's First Winter, and other Stories, 1867. 

Dred, a Tale of the Great Dismal Swamp, 1856. 

House and Home Papers, 1864, 

Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1853. 

Lady Byron's Vindication, 1870. 

Little Foxes, 1865. 

Little Pussy AVillows, 1870. 

Men of Our Times, 1868. 

Minister's Wooing (The), 1859, (A tale of 
the 18th century.) 

My Wife and I, 1872, 

Old Town Folks, 1869, 

Our Charley, and what to do with him, 1859. 

Pearl of Orr's Island (The), 1862. (A New 
England tale.) 

Peep into Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1853. 

Pink and White Tyranny, 1871. 

Poganuc People, their Loves and Lives, 1878. 

Queer Little People, 1867. 

Ravages of a Carpet ( Ihe), 1864. 

Religious Rhymes, 1865. 

Stories about our Dogs, 1865. 

Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands, 1854. 

True Story of Lord Byron, 1869. 

Uncle Tom's Cabin, 1852. (Her chief pro- 
duction.) 
Beche (Sir Henry Thomas De la), geologist, 
London, 1796-1855. 

Classification of European Rocks, 1828. 

Discovery of a New Fossil Animal, 1823. 

Geological Manual, 1831. 

Geological Observer, 1851. 

Geology of Cornwall, etc., 1839. 

Geology of Jamaica, 1826. 

How to observe in Geology, 1835. (A masterly 
work.) 

Researches in Theoretical Geology, 1834. 
Behn (Mrs. Aphra), dramatibt and novdist 
born at Canterbury, 1642-1689. 
Seventeen Dramatic Pieces. 

Adelazar, or the Moor's Revenge, 1677. 

Amorous Prince (The), 1671. 

City Heiress (The), 1682. 

Debauchee (The), 1677. 

Dutch Lover (The), 1673. 

Emperor of the Moon, 1687. 

False Count (The), 1682. 

Feigned Courtesans, 1679. 

Forced Marriage (The), a tragedy, 1671. 

Lucky Chance (The), 1687. 

Roundheads (The), 1682. 

Rover, part i. 1677; part il. 1681. 



HAS 



BEKE — BENNETT. 



APPENDIX I. 



BELL — BENNETT. 



Sir Patient Fancy, 1678. 
Town Fop (The), 1677. 
Widow Ranter (The), 1690. 
Young King (The). 1683. 
Younger Brother (I'he), 1696. 

Histories and Novels, posthumous 1698. 

Lover's Watch, 1686. 

Lycidus, or the Lover in Fashion, 1688. 

Miscellany, 1685. 

Oroonoko (a novel), 1668. 

Poems, 1684. 
(Her Life, by Gildon, 1735.) 
Beke (Charles Tilstone), traveller, London, 
1800-1874. 

Abyssinia, a Statement of Facts, etc., 1845. 

British Captives in Abyssinia, 1867. 

Essay on the Nile and its Tributaries (An), 
1847. 

History of Nilotic Discovery, 1860. 

On the Geographical Distribution of lan- 
guages in Abyssinia, 1849. 

Sources of the Nile, 1848, 1849. 
Bklknap (Jeremy), historian, born at Boston, 
U.S., 1744-1798. 

History of New Hampshire, 1784-92. 
Bkll, D.D. (Andrew), born at St. Andrews, 
1753-1832. 

Experiment in Education made at the Male 
Asylum of Madras, 1797. 
(His Life, by Meiklejohn, 1881.) 
Bkll (Sir Charles), anatomist, born at Edin- 
burgh, 1774-1842. 

Anatomy of the Brain, 1802. 

Anatomy and Physiology of the Human body, 
1816. 

Course of the Nerves explained, 1804. 

Essays on the Anatomy of the Human Face in 
Painting, 1806. 

Exposition of the Natural System of the 
Nerves in the Human Body (An), 1824. 

Institutes of .Surgery, 1838. 

Letters, posthumous 1870. 

Natural System of the Nerves in the Human 
Body, 1834. 

Nervous System of the Human Body (The), 
1830. 

On Gunshot founds, 1814. 

Operative Surgery, 1807. 

System of Dissection, 1799-1801. 

System of Operative Surgery, 1807. 

Treatise on the Hand, 1833. (A Bndgewater 
treatise.) 
(His Life, by Pichot, 1860.) 
Bell (George Joseph), jurist, born in Edin- 
burgh, 4770-1843. 

Commentaries on the Cessio Bonorum, etc., 
1840. 

Commentaries on the Laws of Scotland, 1810. 

Principles of the Law of Scotland, 1829. 
Bell, M.D. (John), traveller, born at Auchter- 
mony, in Scotland, 1691-1780. 

Travels from St. Petersburg to Various Parts 
of Asia, 1763. 
Bell, F.R.C.S. (John), surgeon, bom at Edin- 
burgh, 1763-1820. 

Anatomy of the Human Body, 1793-1802. 

Discourses on the Nature and Cure of Wounds, 
1793-95. 

I'Tesent State of Military Surgery, 1805. 

*Mnciples of Surgery, iSOl-J' 



Bell (John), sculptor, Norfolk, 1812- 
Andromeda, 1851. (Bought by the queen. 
Angel of the Pillar (a cartoon), 1844. 
Child's Own Attitude (The), 1845. 
Dorothea, 1841. 
Eagle Slayer, 1837. 
Girl at a Brook, 1831. 
Guards' Memorial (The), 1860. 
Psyche feeding a Swan, 1832. 
Bell (Robert), born at Cork, in Ireland, 1800- 
1867. 
Hearts and Altars (a collection of tales% 1852. 
History of Russia (for Lardner's series). 
Ladder of Gold (a novel), 1850. 
Lile of Cannmg, 1846. 
Lives of the English Poets. 
Memorials of the Civil War. 
Outlines of China. 
Wayside Pictures through France, etc. 

(An edition of the British poets commenced 
1854.) 
Well (Thomas), naturalist, born at Poole, in 
Dorsetshire, 1792-1880. 
History of British Quadrupeds, 1836. 

Reptiles, 1829. 

Stalk-eyed Crustacea, 1853. 

Monograph of the Testudinata, 1833. 
Bellenken (Sir John), poet and historian, 
1490-1560. 
Proheme of the Cosmographie. 
Topography of Scotland, 1577. 

(He also translated Boethius's History cf 
Scotland, 1536.) 
Bellenden (William), Scotch author, 1573-1 g;'.5. 
Garoli primi et Henriettai Marias . . . Epitha- 

lamium, 1625. 
Ciceronis Consul, etc., 1612. 
Ciceronis Princeps, etc., 1608. 
De Statu Prisci Orbis, 1615. 
De Tribus Luminibus Romanorum (Cicero, 
Seneca, and Pliny), 1634. 
Bellows (Rev. Henry Whitney), born at Bos- 
ton, U.S., 1814- 
Defence of the Drama, 1857. 
Old World in its New Face (The), 1808-69. 
Beloe (William), liornat Norvvich,'l756-1817. 

Translation of Herodotus, 1791. 
Belsham (Thomas), born at Bedford, 1750-1829. 
Inquiry into the Scripture Doctrine concern- 
ing the Person of Christ, 1811. 
Belsham (William), historian, 1753-1827. 

History of Great Britain, 1805. 
Benedict (Sir Julius), musical composer, boru 
at Stuttgart, in Wiirtemberg, 1804- 
Bride of Song (The), an operetta, 1864. 
Gipsy's Warning (The), an opera, 1838. 
Lily of Killarney (The), an opera, 1862. 
Richard Coeur de Lion (a cantata), 1863. 
St. Cecilia (a cantata\ 1&66. 
St. Peter (an oratorio), 1866. 
Undine (a cantata), 1860. 
Bennett, LL.D. (William Cox), poet, born at 
Greenwich, 1820- 
Baby May, etc., 1861. 
Ballad History of England, 1880. 
Our Glory Roll, 1866. 
Poems, 1850, 1862. 
Queen Eleanor's \'engeance, and other Poems, 

1857. 
Songs by a Song-writer, 1859. 
Songs for Sailors, 1873. 



BENXETT — BEVERIDGE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. BERKELEY — BEVERIDGE. 1149 



Verdicts, 1852. 
War Songs, 1855. 
Worn Wedding Ring (The), 1861. 
Bennett (William Kterndale), musical com- 
poser, born at Sheffield, 1816-1875. 
Merry Wives of Windsor (The), an overture. 
Naiades (The), an overture. 
Paradise and the Peri. 
Piirisina (an overture). 
Wild Nymphe ( rhe), an overture. 
Woman of Samaria. 
Dentham (James), ecclesiastical antiquary, 

1708-1794. 
History and Antiquities of the Conventual 

and Cathedral Church of Ely, 1771. 
Bextham (Jeremy), jurist, London, 1748-1832. 
B.x)k of Fallacies, 1824. 
Chrestomathia, 1816-17. 
Church of Enqlandism, 1818. 
C odification ot Public Instruction, 1817. 
Constitutional Code, 1830. 
Defence of Usury, 1787. 
Draft of a Code for Judicial Establishment in 

France, 1791. 
Emancipate your Colonies, 1793. 
Fragment on Government, 1776. 
Introduction to the Principles of Morals and 

Legislation, 1780. 
Liberty of the Press, 1821. 
Mother Church relieved by Bleeding, 1825. 
Not Paul, but Jesus, 1823. 
On the Law of Evidence, 1813. 
Panopticon, 1791. 
Pauper Management, 1797. 
Plea for the Constitution, 1803. 
Political Tactics, 1791. 
Principles of Morals and Legislation, 1780. 
Rationale of Judicial Evidence, IS'i?. 
Restrictive and Prohibitory Commercial Sys- 
tem, 1821. 
Scotch Reform, 1808. 
Supply without Burden, 1796. 
Swear not at all, 1817. 
Table of the Springs of Action, 1817. 
Usefulness of Chemistry, 1783. 

(Life, by Bowring, 1838.) 
Sentham (Sir Samuel), born in Westminster, 

1757-1831. 
Naval Essays, 1828. 
Bentlet, D.D. (Richard), philologist, born at 

Oulton, in Yorkshire, 1662-1742. 
Boyle Lecture, 1724. 
Discursus on Latin Metres, 1726. 
Dissertation on the Epistles of Pbalaris, 1690. 
Remarks on a Late Discourse on Freethink- 

ing. 1713. 
Sermons, 1809. 

He also edited Milton, and some classics, as 
Horace and Terence. 

(Life, by bishop Monk, 1823.) 
B;:n'ton (Thomas Han), bom in Orange county, 

North Carolina, U.S., 1783-1858. 
Thirty Years' Views, or a History of the 

Working of the American Government, 

1853. 
Bkkington (Rev. Joseph), historian, bom in 

Shropshire, 1743-1827. 
History of Abelard and Heloise, 1788. 
History of the E*ign of Henry II., 1790. 
Literary History of the Middle Ages, 1814. 
Memoirs of Gregorio Panami, 1793. 



Beukelet (George), bishop of Cloyne, meta- 
physician, born at Kilerin, in Kilkenny, 
1684^1753. 

Alciphron (in seven dialogues), 1732. 

Analyst, 1734, 

Defence of Freethinking in Mathematics, 1739. 

(3) Dialogues between Hylas and Pliilonons 
(to prove that material objects have no exist- 
ence except in the human brain), 1713. 

Letters, posthumous 1771. 

Minuf^ Pbil> sopher (The), 1732. (Against 
Infidelity.) 

New Theory of Vision (A), 1709. 

On the Virtues of Tar- Water, 1744. 1752. 

Principles of Human Knowledge, 1710. (Same 
object as the Dialogues.) 

Principles of Motion, 1721. 

Proposal for converting the Savage Americans 
to Christianity, 1725. 

Querist, 1736. 

Siris, 1744. (The title of the book about Ur- 
water.) 
(Life, by George Berkeley, 1776 ; Prior, 

1784; Wright, 1843; Fraser, 1^71.) 
Bekkeley (Rev. Miles Joseph ), fcotonisf, bom 
at Biggin, in Northamptonshire, 1803- 

AntarctJc and New Zealand Flora, 1860. 

English Flora, 1836. 
Bernard (Edward), astronomer, linguist, etc., 
bom near Towcester, in Northamptonshire, 
1638-1697. 

Catalogus Manuscriptorum Angliae et Hiber- 
niae, 1697. 
Bernard (Richard), puritan divine, 1566-1641. 

Bible Battels, 1629. 

Isle of Man (a religious allegory), 1627. 

Key to ... the Revelation [of St. John], 1617. 

Look beyond Luther, 1623. 

Thesaurus Biblicus, 1639. 
Berners (Dame Juliana), prioress of Sopewell 
Nunnery, in St. Albans, *-1490. 

Bokys of Haukynge, Huntynge, and Fyssh- 
ynge, 1486. 

Book of St. Albans (The), 1486. 
Beery (Mary and Agnes, sisters), bom in York- 
shire, 1763-1852, 1764-1852. 

Comparative View of Social Life in England 
and France, 1828-31. 

Joiurnal and Correspondence, 1865. 
Besant (Walter). See Addknda. 
Betham (Sir William"), antiquary, etc., born at 
Stradbroke, in Suffolk, 1779-1853. 

Etruria Celtica, 1842. 

Gael and Cimbri (The), 1834, 

Irish Antiquarian Researches, 1826-27. 

Origin and History of the Constitution of 
England, 1843. 
Bever, LL.D. (Thomas), jurist, bom at Mor- 
timer, in Cheshire, 1758-1791. 

History of tlie Legal Polity of the Roman 
State, 1781. 
BEVERIDGE (William), bishop of St. Asaph, 
b:mat Barrow, in Leicestershire, 1638-1708. 

Codex Canonum Ecrlesiai Primitivae vindi- 
catus, 1678. 

Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles, pos- 
thumous 1721. 

Institutiones Chronologies, 1669. 

Private Thoughts upon Religion, posthu- 
mous 1709. 

Synodicon, 1672. 



1150 



BEVIN — BLACK. 



APPENDIX I. 



BINNEY- -BLACK. 



Syriac Grammar, 1658. 
Thesaurus Tlieologicus, 1710-11. 

(His Life, by J. Kimber, 1729 ; T. H. Home, 
1824.) 
Bkvin (Elway), musician, 1559-1637. 
A Brief and Sliort lustruction of the Art of 

Musick, 1631. 
Bewick (Thonius), wood-engraver, born at 

Cherry-Buru, in Northumberland, 1753- 

1828. 
Figures of British Land Birds, 1800. 
Figures of Land and Water Birds, 1817. 
Illustrations to Gay's Fables, 1779. 
History of British Birds, 1797-1804. (Tail- 
pieces noted.) 
History of Quadrupeds, 1790. (Tail-pieces 

noted.) 
Select Fables, 1784. 

(He drew the diagrams for Hutton's Men- 
suration, 1770.) 
BiCKEUSTAFF (Isaac), dramatist. (For his 

plays, see Appendix 111.) N.B.— Isaac 

Bickerstaff is a pseudonym of sir Richard 

Savage. 
BiCKEKSTETH, D.D. (Edward), dean of Lichfield, 

born at Acton, in Suffolk, 1814- 
Sermons, such as the " Anthem of Creation ; " 

"Enoch," 1869; "The Victor on his 

Throne," 1867 ; etc. 
BiCKERSTETH, D.D. (ReT. Edward Henry), 

poet, born at Islington, 1825- 
Commentary on tiie New Testament, 1864. 
Hymnal Companion ( I'he), 1870. 
Poems, 1848. 

Reef (The), and other Parables, 1873. 
Rock of Ages, or Scripture Testimony to the 

Trinity, 1858. 
Shadowed Home (The), and the Light Beyond, 

1874. 
Two Brothers (The), and other Poems, 1871. 
Water from the Well-sprin-g, 1853. 
What is revealed of the Blessed Dead, 1863. 
What is revealed of the Ris-n Saints, 1863. 
Yesterday, To-day, and For Ever (a poem in 

12 books), 1866. 
BiCKEKSTETH, D.D. (Robert), bishop of Ripon, 

born at Acton, in Sulfolk, 1816- 
Bible Landmarks, 1850. 
Lent Lectures, 1861. 
Sermons, 1866. 
BiGSuy (Robert), Nottingham, 1806-1873. 
Ombo, 1853. 
Visions of the Times of Old, or the Antiquarian 

Enthusiast, 1848. 
BiLLiNGSLEY (Sir Henry), mathematician, about 

1540-1606. 
Elements of Geometry, 1570. 
BiLLiNGSLT (Nicholas), about 1617-1678. 
Brachy-Martyrologia, 1657, 
Kosmobrephia, or Infancy of the World, 1658. 
Treasury of Divine Raptures, 1667. 
Bingham (Joseph), ecclesiastical antiquary, 

born at Wakefield, in Yorkshire, 166-<-1723. 
Origines Ecclcsiasticaj, 1710-1722. (A valu- 
able treasury of Christian antiquities.) 
BiNGLET (Rev. William), 1779-1802. 

Animal Biography, 1803. (Very amusing.) 
Biographical Dictio'vtry of Musical Com- 
posers of the Lasi Three Centuries, 1813. 
Memoirs of British Quadrupeds, 1809. 
Tour round North W ales, 1800. (Excellent.) 



BiNNEY, D.D. (Thomas), Independent minister 

born at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1799-1874. 
Closet and the Church (The). 
Dissent not Schism. 
Is it possible to make the Best of Both Worlds ? 

(His mo.st popular work.) 
BiBCH, LL.D. (Samuel), antiquary, London, 

1813- 
Analecta Sinensja (short stories from Chinese), 

1841. 
Catalogue of Greek and Etruscan Vases in the 

British Museum (assisted by Mr. Newton), 

1851. 
Description of the Papyrus of Nas-khem, 1863, 
Elfin Foxes (The), a romance from the Chinese, 

1863. 
Friends till death (a tale from Chinese), 1845. 
Gallery of Antiquities, etc., 1842. 
History of Ancient Pottery, 1857. 
Introduction to the Study of Hieroglyphs, 1857. 
Rhind Papyri (The), 1866. 
Views on the Nile, etc., 1843. 
BiKCH, T>.D. (jrhomas), historian, London. 1«05- 

1766. 
Biographical Sketches, 1743-1752. 
Courts and Times of James I. and Charles I., 

posthumous 1848. 
General Dictionary, Historical and Critical, 

1734-1741. 
Historical View of the Negotiations between 

the Courts of England, France, and Belgium 

(from 1592 to 1617), 1749. 
History of the Royal Society, 1756-57. 
Inquiry into the Part which Charles I. took in 

the Glamorgan Transaction, 1747. 
Life of Henry, Prince of Wales, 1760. 
Life of the Hon. Robert Boyle, 1744. 
Life of Tillotson, 1752. 
Lives of Illustrious Persons in Great Britain, 

1743-1752. 
Memoirs of the Reign of Elizabeth, 1754. 
Bird (William). See Bykd. 
Birkenhead (Sir John), born at Northwich, in 

Cheshire, 1615-1679. 
Assembly Man (The), 1662-63. 
Mercurius Aulicus, 1642-45. 
Bishop (Sir Henry Rowley), 1780- 1855. (For 

his operas, see Appendix III.) 
Bishop (Samuel), ^o«^, London, 173L 1795, 
Poetical Works, posthumous, 1796. 

(His Life, by T. Clare, 1796.) 
BissETT, LL.D. (Robert), 1759-1805 
Douglas, 1880. 

History of the Reign of George HI., 1803. 
Life of Edmund Burice, 1800. 
Black, M.D. (Joseph), Scotch chemist, born at 

Bordeaux, in Fiance, 1728-1799. 
Experiments upon Magnesia Alba, etc., 1756. 

(Black evolved the theory of " latent heat." 
His lectures were published in 1803.) 
Black (William), novelist, born at Glasgow, 

1841- 
Autobiography, 1877. 
Daughter ot Heth (A), 1871. 
Green Pastures and Piccadilly, 1877, 
- In Silk Attire, 1869. 
Kilineny, 1870. 

Lady Silverdale's Sweetheart, J 876. 
Maeleod of Dare, 1878. 
Madcap Violet, 1876. 
Maid of Kilieeua (The), and other Stories, 1874. 



BLACKBURN — BLAKE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, blackstone— blake. 1151 



Monarch of Mincing Lane (The), 1871. 

Princess of Thule (A), 1873. (The most 
popular of ail his novels.) 

Strange Adventures of a Phaeton, 1872- 

Sunrise, 1881. 

Three Feathers, 1875. (Scene laid in Com 
wall.) 

White Wings, 1880. 

%* Also a Life of Oliver Goldsmith, 1878. 
Blackbckn (Henry), 1830- 

Art in the Mountains, 1870. 

Artists and Arabs, 1868. 

Harz Mountains, 1873. 

Normandy Picturesque, 1869. 

The Pyrenees, 1867. 

Travelling in Spain, 1866. 
Blackbokne (Francis), theologian, born at 
Richmond, in Yorkshire, 1705-1787. 

Confessional (The), 1766. 

Intermediate State (The), 1772. 
Blaokie (John Stuart), born at Glasgow, 1809- 

Democracy, 1867. 

(3) Discourses on Beauty, 1858. 

Four Phases of JMorals, 1871. 

Homer and the Iliad, 1866. 

Horse Hellenic£e, 1874. 

Lays and Legends of Ancient Greece, 1857. 
• Lays of the Highlands and Islands, 1872. 

Lyrical Poems in English and Latin, 1860, 

Musa Burschicosa, 1869. 

Natural History of Atheism, 1878. 

Poems, chiefly Mythological, 1857, 1860. 

PronuncLition of Greek, 1852. 

Self-culture, 1873. 

War-Songs of Germany, 1870. 
*^* He translated Goethe's Faust, 1834 ; and 

^szhylus, 1850. 
Blacklock, D.D. (Thomas), poet, bom at An- 
nan, in Scotland, 1721-1791. 

Graham, 1774. 

Paracelsis, 1767. 

Poems, 1745, 1754. 
(Collected poems and Life, by H. Mackenzie, 

1793.) 
Blackmore, M.D. (Sir Richard), poet, born at 
Corsham, in Wiltshire, 1650-1729. 
His Six Epics. 

Creation (The), in 7 books, 10 syl. rhymes, 
1712. (His best.) Addison calls ii "one 
of the most noble productions in our 
English verse;" and Dr. Johnson says it 
shows him to be " among the first favourites 
of the English Muse." 

King Alfred (in 12 books), 1718. 

King Arthur (in 12 books), 1699. 

Prince Arthur (in 10 books), 1696. 

Eliza, i.e. Queen Elizabeth (in 10 books), 
1703. 

Redemption (in 6 books), 1715. 

%* The Nature of Man (in 3 books), 1720. 

Also a paraphrase of the Book of Job, etc., 
1700; a satire on wit; and a host of mis- 
cellaneous treatises. 

All hail him victor in both gifts of song. 
Who sings so loudly and who sings so long, 
The Dunciad. 

Blackmore (Richard Doddridge), novelist, born 
at Longworth, in Berkshire, 1825- 
AliceLorraine(atalPoftheSouthDowns),1875. 
Christowell (a Dartmoor tale), 1882. 



Clara Vaughan, 1864. 

Cradock No well (a tale of the New Forest),! 866. 
Cripps, the Carrier (a woodland tale), 1876. 
Erema, or my Father's Sin, 1877. 
Fate of Franklin (The), a poem, 1860. 
Loma Doone (a romance of Exmoor), 1869. 
Maid of Sker, 1872. 
Blackstone (John), botanist, *-1753. 
Fasciculus Plantarum, 1737. 
Plant£e rariores Anglise, 1737. 
Specimen Botanicum, 1746. 
Blackstone, LL.D. (Sir William), Loudon, 

1723-1780. 
Commentaries on the Laws of England (4 

vols.). 1765-69. (This is his great work.) 
Considerations on Copyholders, 1758. 
Essay on Collateral Consanguinity, 1750. 
Great Charter and Charter of the Forest (rhe\ 

1759. 
Reports of Cases, posthumous 1781. 
Tracts, 1771. 

Poetry. 
Lawyer's Farewell to his Muse (The), 1740. 

(Life, by James Clitherow, 1780.) 
Blackwall (Anthony), critic, 1674-1730. 
Introduction to the Classics, 1740. (A valu- 
able book.) 
Sacred Classics (The), 1727-31. 
Blackwell (Elizabeth), botanist, about 1703- 

1797. 
Herbal (The), 1737-39. (Once much es- 
teemed.) 
Blackwell, M.D. (Elizabeth), born at Bristol, 

1821. The first woman that ever obtained 

a medical diploma, 1849. She practises in 

New York, U.S. Her sister Emily took her 

diploma in 1854. 
Laws of Life considered with reference to the 

Physical Education of Girls, 1852. 
Blackwell (Thomas), born at Aberdeen, 1701- 

1757. 
Inquiry into the Life and Writings of Homer, 

1735. 
Letters on Mythology, 1748. 
Memoirs of the Court of Augustus, 1753. 
Blagi^ave (John), mathematitian, born at 

Reading, in Berkshire, 1550-1611. 
Art of Dialling, 1609. 
Astrolabium Uranicum Generale, 1596. 
Mathematical Jewel (The), 15«5. 
Blair, D.D. (Hugh), boin at Edinburgh, 17 J 8- 

1800. 
Lectures on Rhetoric, 1783. 
Ossian (in defence of the poems so called), 

1763. 
Sermons, 1777. (Once very popular.) 

(His Life, by Dr. T. Hill, 1807.) 
Blair, F.ll.S., F.S.A. (John), chronologist, 

.*-l782. 
Chronological Tables, 1756. 
Blair (Patrick), anatomist, born at Dundee, 

1680-1728. 
Botanical ICssays (in two parts), 1720. 
Pharraaco-Botanology, 1723-28. 
Blair (Rev. Robert), poet, born in Edinburgh, 

1699-1747. 
Grave (The), in bbnk verse, 17-«. (In this 

occurs ttie celebrated line, "Like angels' 

visits, short and far between.") 
Blake (William), "Pictor lgnot\i»," poet, e» 

graver on copper, etc., London, 1757-1827. 



1162 BLAKEY — BOLIXGBHOKE. APPENDIX I. BLOMEFIELD — BOLIXGBROKE. 



America (a prophecy), 1793. 

Hook of Ahani.i, 1795. 

hookof Thiel, 1789. 

Europe (a prophecy), 1794. 

Gates of Paradise, 1793. 

Jerusalem, 1804. 

Marriage of Heaven and Hell, 1800. 

Milton, 1804. 

Poetical Sketches, 1783. 

Songs of Experience (with etchings on copper 

by himseH), 1794. 
Songs of Innocence (with etchings on copper 

by himself), 1789. 
Urizen, 1800. 
Visions of the Daughters of Albion, 1793. 

%* He illustrated on copper Blair's Grave, 
1805 ; Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims ; The 
Book of Job, 1826; Milton, 1804; Dante's 
Inferno, 1827 ; Young's Mght Thoughts, 
1797 ; his own Poems, etc. 

(His Life, by Gilchrist, 1863; Rossetti. 1866.) 
Blakey, Ph.D. (Robert), born at Morpeth, in 

Northumberland, 1795-1878. 
Essay on Logic, 1834. 
Freedom of the Divine and Human Wills, 

1829. 
History of Moral Science, 1833. 
History of Political Literature, 1855. 
Lives of the Primitive Fathers of the Church, 

1834. 
Blanchard (Laman), bom at Yarmouth, 180.1- 

1845. 
Essays and Sketches, 1849. 
Lyric Offering (The), 1828. 
Bland (Rev. Robert), poet, etc., London, 1779- 

1825. 
Edwy and Elgiva (poems), about 1810. 
Four Slaves of Cytherea (The), about 1803. 
Bland (William), 1788-1872. 
Experimental Essays on the Principles of 

Construction in Arches, Piers, and But- 
tresses, 1862. 
Blank, M.D. (Sir Gilbert), bom at Blanefield, 

in Ayrshire, 1749-1834. 
Elements of Medical Logic, 1819. 
Lectures on Muscular Motion, 1790. 
Observations on the Diseases of Seamen, 1783. 
Select Dissertations, 1822. 
Blayney, D.D. (Benjamin), Hebrew critic, 

*-1801. 
Di-^sertation on Daniel's "Weeks," 1775. 
Jeremiah (translated from the original), 1784. 
Blessinoton (Marguerite, countess of ), novelist, 

born near Clonmel, in Ireland, 1789-1849. 
Conversations with Lord Byron, 1832. (Her 

beat work.) 
Desultory Thoughts, 1838. 
Idler in France, 1841. 
Idler in Italy, 1839. 

Novels and Tales. 
Belle of the Season (The), 1840. 
Confessions of an Elderly Gentleman, 1835. 
Confessions of an Elderly Lady, 1836. 
Country Quarters, 1850. 
Governess (The), 1841. 
Repealers (The), 1833. 
Two Friends (The), 1834. 
Victims of Society, 1837. 
Bi.iGH (William), born at Famingham.in Kent, 

1753-1817. 
Narrative of the Mutiny on board II. M.S. 



Bounty, 1790. (Lord Byron's Island is 

bused on this narrative.) 
Voyage to the South Sea, 1792. 
Blomefield (Francis), topographer, bom at 

Fersfield, in Norfolk, 1705-1751. 
Collectanea Cantabrigiensia, 1750. 
History of Thetford [in Norfolk], 1739. 
Topogriphical History of Norfolk (continueti 

by Parkin), 1739-75. 
Bloomfield (Robert), pastoral poet, born at 

llonington. In Suffolk, 1766-1823. 
Ballads and other Pieces, 1800-1806. 
Banks of the Wye, 1822. 
Farmer's Boy (in 4 parts, 10 syl, rhymes),179S 
Good Tidings, 1804. 
May-day with the Muses, 1822. 
Rural Tales, 1802. 
Wild Flowers, 1806. 
Blore (Thomas), antiquary, born at Stamford, 

1753-1814. 
History and Antiquities of Rutland, 1811. (Of 

great merit.) 
History of the Manor of South Winfield, in 

Derbyshire, 1793. 
Blount (Charles), deist, bom in Upper Hollo- 
way, 1654-1693. 
Anima Mundi, 1679. 
Great is Diana of the Ephesians, 1680. 
Oracles of Reason, 1693. 
Two First Books of Philostratus concerning 

the Life of Apollonius of Tyana, 1680. 
Blount (Sir Henry), born at Tittenhanger Park, 

Surrey, 1602-1682. 
Journey to Jerusalem, 1669. 
Voyage into the Levant (A), 1636. 
Blount (Thomas), born at Bardsley, in Lanca- 
shire, 1619-1679. 
Boscobel (a history of the escape of Charlea 

II.), 1660. 
Fragmenta Antiquitatis, 1679. 
GlosSdgraphia, or Dictionary of Hard Words, 

1656. 
Law Dictionary and Glossary (A), 167D. 
Bloc NT (Sir Thomas Pope), born in Uppe. 

HoUoway, 1649-1697. 
Censura celebrium Authorum, 1690. (A 

learned treatise.) 
De re Poetica, 1694. 
Essays, 1687. (Chalmers says they are equal 

to Montaigne's.) 
Natural History, 1693. 
Blow (John), musician, born at North Col- 

lingham, in Nottinghamshire, 1648-1708. 
Amphion Anglicus, 1700. 
Bobakt (Jacob), botanist, 1600-1679. 
Catalogus Plantarum Horti Medici Oxen., 

1648. 
Boethius, or Boece, D.D. (Hector), historian, 

born at Dundee, 14Y0-1550. 
Scotorum Historic, etc., 1526. 
Vitae Episcoporum Murthlacensium et Aber- 

donensium, 1522. 
Bog AS- (Zach^ry), philologist, bora in Devon- 
shire, 1625-1659. 
Additions to Rous's Attic Archrrology, 1685._ 
. Humeri comparatio cum Scriptoribus Sacris, 

1658. 
BoLiNGBROKE (Henry St. John, viscount) 

statesman, born in Battersea, 1678-1761. 
Dissertation on Parties, 1735. 
Idea of a Patriot King, 1743. 



BONER— BOYD. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. bosworth— boyd. 1153 



Letter on the Spirit of Patriotism, 1750. 

Letter to Sir William Wyndham, 1753. 

Letters on the Study aud Use of History, 
1752. 

Remarks on the History of England, 1743. 

*^* Letters and Correspondence, posthu- 
mous 1798. 
(His Life, by MaUet, 1754; St. Lambert, 

1796; G-. H.Cooke, 1835; Thomas Macknigbt, 

1863.) 
Boner (Charles), *-1870. 

C. B.'s Book, 1848. 

Chamois Hunting in Bavaria, 1853. 

Forest Creatures, 1861. 

Transylvania, 1865. 
BoxNTCASTLE (Johu), mathematician, *-1821. 

General History of Mathematics, 1803. 

Introduction to Algebra, 1782. 

Scholar's Guide to Arithmetic, 1780. 
Boole (George), mathemalician, born at Lin- 
coln, 1815-1864. 

Calculus of Finite Differences, 1860. 

Differential Equations, 1859. 

Investigation of the Laws of Thought, 1854. 

Mathematical Analysis of Logic, 1847. 
Booth {i&mesi), American chemist, 1810-1878. 

Encyclopaedia of Chemistry, Practical, Theo- 
retical, etc., 1850. 

Recent Improvements in the Chemical Arts, 
1851. 
Booth, LL.D. (Rev. James), 1814^1878. 

Examination of the Province of the State, 
1846. 

New Method of Tangential Co-ordinates, 1840. 
BoRDE, M.D. (Andrew), bom at Peveusey, in 
Sussex, 1500-1549. 

Breviarie of Health, 1547. 

Compendyous Regimente, or Dietary of 
Helthe, 1562. 

Boke of the Introduction of Knowledge, 1542. 

Merye Tales of the Madmen of Gotham, 1563. 
Borrow (George), linguist, born at East Dere- 
ham, in Norfolk, 1803-1881. (Knew 27 
languages.) 

Bible in Spain (The), 1843. 

Lavengro, the Scholar, Gipsy, and Priest, 1851. 

Romany Rye, (The), a sequel to Lavengro, 
1857. 

Zincali (The), or an Account of the Gipsies in 
Spain, 1841. 
Boston (Thomas), Scotch divine, bom at Dunse, 
in Berwick, 1676-1732. 

Crook in the Lot (The), posthumous 1805. 
(It is in this excellent little treatise that he 
warns the profligate from expecting " to 
leap from Delilah's lap into Abraham's 
bosom.") 

Human Nature in its Fourfold State, 1720. 
(Well known, especially In Scotland.) 
(Memoirs, by himself, posthumous 1776.) 
BoBWELL (James), born in Auchinleck, in Scot- 
land, 1740-1795. 

Account of Corsica (An), 1768. 

Essays in favour of the Corsicans, 1769. 

Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides with Dr. 
Johnson, 1785. 

Letters to the Rev. W. T. Temple, posthu- 
mous 1856. 

Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, 1791. (The best 
piece of biograjthy in the language.) 

V Boswelliana, 1874. 



Bosworth, D.D. (Joseph), philologist, born in 
Derbyshire, 1788-1876. 
Anglo Saxon Dictionary, 1838. 
Compendious Anglo-Saxon and English Dic- 
tionary, 1868. 
Elements of Anglo-Saxon Grammar, 182o. 
Boucher (Rev. Jonathan), bora in Cumberland, 
1737-1804. 
Causes and Consequences of the American 

Revolution, 1797. 
Supplement to Johnson's Dictionary, posthu- 
mous 1807. (Valuable.) 
BouciCAULT (Dion), dramatic author, bom in 
Dublin, 1820- 
Author of more than 150 dramatic pieces. (See 
Appendix III., under the title of each.) 
BouBNE (Vincent), Latin poet, 1700-1747. 
Poemata, 1743. (The best Latin poems by any 
foreigner.) 
(His Life, by J. Mitford, 1846.) 
BowDiCH (Thomas Edward), born at Bristol, 
1790-1824. 
Excursions to Madeira, 1825. 
Mission to Ashantee, 1819. 
BowDiTCH (Nathaniel), astronomer, bom at 
Salem, in Massachusetts, U.S., 1773-1838. 
Mechanique Celeste, 1829-38. 
Practical Navigator, 1802. 
BowEN (Francis), metaphysician, bom at 
Charleston, ILS., 1814- 
Critical Essays on the History and Present 
Condition of Speculative Philosophy, 
1842. 
Bower, (Archibald), born at Dundee, 1686-1766. 

History of the Popes, 1748-66. 
Bowles, D.D. (William Lisle), poet, born at 
King's Sutton, in Northamptonshire, 1762- 
1850. 
Life of Thomas Ken, 1830-31. 
Missionary of the Andes (in blank verse), 

1815. 
Paulus Parochialis (in prose), 1826. 
Poems, 1798-1809. 
Scenes and Shadows, etc. 
(14) Sonnets, 1789. (His best production.) 
Spirit of Discovery (in blank verse), 1804. 
Village Verse Book, 1837. 

(Noted for the " Pope and Bowles Contro- 
versy," which arose from his "Essay on 
Pope," 1819-28.) 
BowKiNG (Sir John), poet, linguist, politician^ 
etc., born at Exeter, 1792-1872. 
Decimal System, 1853. 
Kingdom and People of Siam (The), 1857. 
Visit to the Philippine Islands, 1858-59. 
Some excellent translations from the Batavian 
anthology, the Danish, German, Magyar, 
Polish, Portuguese, and Russian poets. 
An edition, in 11 vols., of Jeremy Bentham, 
1838-39. 
BoxALL, R.A. (Sir William), painter, bom at 
Oxford, 1800-1879, 
Cordelia, 1830. 
Hope, 1838. 

Milton's Reconciliation with his Wife, 1829. 
Botce, Mus.D. (William), musical composer, 
London, 1710-1779. 
Collection of Church Music, 1760. 
Serenata of " Solomon," 1743. 
Boyd, D.D. (Andrew Kennedy Hutchinson)^ 
born at Auchinleck, in Scotland, 1825- 
4s 



1154 



BOYD — BRADY. 



APPENDIX I. 



BRADFORD — BRADY. 



Landscapes, Churches, and Moralities, 1874. 

Leisure Hours in Town, etc. 

Memorials of St. Andrew's Sundays, 1870. 

Recreations of a Country Parson (originally 
in Fraser's Magazine), 1859. 
BoTii (Henry), poet, born in Ireland, 1750-1832. 

Dante's Divine Comedy (translated), 1785- 
1802. 
BoTU (Zachary), theologian, 1589-1653. 

Crosses, Comforts, and Counsels, 1643. 

Garden of Zion (The), 1644. 

Last Battell of the Soule in Death, 1619. 

Psalmee of David in Meeter (3rd edit.), 1646. 

Two Oriental Pearls, Grace and Glory, 1718. 

Zion's Flowers (usually called "Zachary 
Boyd's Bible," in rhyme), never published. 
BoTLE (Charles, earl of Orrery), bom at Chelsea, 
1676-1731. 

Edited the Epistles of Phalaris, 1695. 
BoTLE (Hon. 'R.ob&ri), philosopher, boin at Lis- 
more, in Ireland, 1626-1691. 

Considerations touchiug the Usefulness of Ex- 
perimental Natural Philosophy, 1663. 

Discourse of Things above Reason, 1681. 

Experiments and Considerations upon Colours, 
1663. 

Experiments and Observations upon Cold, 
1665. 

Free Inquiry into the vulgarly received Notion 
of Nature, 1679. 

General History of the Air, 1692. 

Medicina Hydrostatica, 1690. 

Memoirs for the Natural History of Human 
Blood, 1684. 

New Experiments, Physico-mechanical, touch- 
ing the Spring of the Air, 1660. 

Physiologiciil Essays, etc., 1681. 

Sceptical Chemist, 1662. 
(Life, by Thomas Birch, 1744.) 
BiiACKENBURY (Charles Booth), Bayswater, 

1831- 

European Armaments, 1867. 

Winter Campaign of Prince Frederick Charles 
in 1870-71. 
BiiACKENBUKY (Henry), bom at Bolingbroke, in 
Lincolnshire, 1837- 

Fanti and Ashanti, 1873. 
BiiACTON (Henry de), jurist, 1185-1267. 

De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, post- 
humous 1569. ("Best of judicial classics.") 
Braddon (Mary Elizabeth), Mrs. Maxwell, 
novelist, London, 1837- 

Aurora Floyd, 1864. 

Barbara, etc., 1880. 

Birds of Prey, 1870. 

Captain of the Vulture (The), a tale, 1870. 

Charlotte's Inheritance, 1871 

Cloven Foot (The), 1878. 

Dead Men's Shoes, 1876. 

Dead Sea Fruit, 1872. 

Doctor's Wife (The), 1867. 

Eleanor'8 Victory, 1865. 

Fenton's Quest (contributed to Belgravid). 

Henry Dunbar, 1865. 

Hostages of Fortune, 1875. 

Jonn Marchmont's Legacy, 1866. 

Joshua Haggard's Daughter, 1876. 

Lady Audley's Secret, 1862. 

Lady Lisle (contributed to Temple Bar), 1869. 

Lady's Mile (The), 1869. 

Lost for Love, 1874. 



Lovells of Arden, 1871. 

Lucius Davoren, 1873. 

Milly Darrell, 1872. 

Only a Clod, 186S. 

Open Verdict (An), 1878. 

Ralph the Bailiff (a tale in St. James's Magor- 

zine). 
Robert Ainsleigh, 1871. 
Run to Earth, 1872. 
Rupert Godwin, 1871. 
Sir Jasper's Tenant, 1868. 
Strange World (A), 1875. 
Strangers and Pilgrims, 1873. 
Taken at the Flood, 1874. 
To the Bitter End, 1872. 
Trail of the Serpent (The), 1868. 
Weavers and Weft, 1877. 
Vixen, 1879 ; and many others. 
%* Garibaldi, and other Poems, 1861. 
Griselda (a drama), 1873. 
Loves of Arcadia (a commedietta), 1860. 
Bradford (William), born at Austerfield, in 

Lancashire, 1588-1657. 
History of Plymouth Colony, 1856. 
Bradley (Rev. Edward), pseudonym " Cuth- 

bert Bede," born at Kidderminster, in Wor- 
cestershire, 1827- 
Adventures of Verdant Green (a tale), 1853. 
Curate of Cranston, etc., 1862. 
Glencreggan (a descriptive work), 1861. 
Mattins and Muttons (a novel), 1866. 
Rook's Garden (The), 1865. 
Tour in Tartan Land (A), 1863. 
White Wife (The), legends and tales, 1864. 
Wild Cantire, 1864. 
Bradley, D.D. (James), astronomer, born at 

Sherborne, 1692-1762. 
Astronomical Observations, posthumous l79rf, 
1805. 

(He discovered the Aberration of Light, 
1727 ; and Nutation, 1T47.) 
Bradley (Richard), botanist, 1700-1732. 
Dictionarum Botanicum, 1728. 
New Improvement of Planting, etc., 1717. 
Plantffi Succulentfe, 1716-27. 
Survey of Ancient Husbandry and Gardening, 

1725. 
Bradshaw (George), of Manchester, *-1853. 
Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide, 1847. 
Railway Companion, 1839 ; developed into the 

Railway Guide, 1841. 
Bradshaw (Henry), bom at Chester, 1450- 

1513. 
Lyfe of St. Radegunde (no date). 
Lyfe of St. Werburgh, 1495. 
Bradwardine (Thomas), archbishop of Canter- 
bury, born at Chichester, 1290-1349. 
De Arithmetica Speculativa, 1495. 
De Causa Dei contra Pelagium, 1618. 
De Geometria Speculativa, 1495. 
De Proportlonibus Velocitatum, 1505 (all 
posthumous). 

(His Life, by Dr. Hook, in his Lives of tfie 
Archbishops of Canterbury/, 1861-75.) 
Brady (Nicholas), bom at Bandon, in Ireland, 

1659-1726. 
Translations of Psalms, 1696. (Tate and 

Brady.) 
Bradv, M D. (Robert), historian, *-1700. 
Complete History of England, 1685. 
Introduction to Old English History, 1684. 



BRAMAH — BRETON. 



BIBLIOGKAPHICAL. 



BRAY — BRETON. 



11.^5 



Bbamah (Joseph), mechanician, bom at Stan- 
borough, in Devonshire, 174&-1825. 
Dissertation on the Construction of Locks, 
1787. 

(Took out bis patent for locks, 1784 ; for 
his hydraulic press, 1796.) 
Bkand (John), antiquary, born at Newcastle- 

on-'iyne, in Northumberland, 1743-1806. 
History and Antiquities of Newcastle, 1789. 
Popular Antiquities, 1776. 
Bkande (William Thomas), chemist, born 178&- 

1866. 
Dictionary of Materia Medica, 1 839. 
Dictionary of Science, Literature, and Art, 

1842. (Recast by \V. T. Brande and Rev. 

G. W. Cox, 1865-67.) 
Manual of Chemistry, 1819. 
Brandon (Robert), architect, 1810- 
Analysis of Gothic Architecture. 
Open Timber Roofs of the Middle Ages (The) 

1842. 
Parish Churches, 1854. 
Brathwayte (Richard), poet, bom near Apple- 
by, 1588-1673. 
Ar't Asleep, Husband? a Boulster Lecture, 

1640. 
Astrsea's Tears (an elegy), 1641. 
Barnabees Journal, 1648-50. 
Bessie Bell (in Latin and English verse), 1648. 
Drunken Barnabees Journal . . . (in Latin 

and English verse), posthumous 1716. 
Lives of the Roman Emperors from Julius 

Cajsar to Ferdinand II., 1636. 
Mercurius Britannicus (a tragic comedy), 

1641. 
Muster Roll of the Evill Angels embatteld 

against S. Michael, 1655. 
Penitent Pilgrim (The), 1641. 
Philocles and Doroclea, two Lancashire 

Lovers, 1640. 
Pealmes of David paraphras'd, 1638. 
Spiritual Spicerie, 1638. 

(His Life, by J. Haslewood, 1820.) 
Bray (Mrs.), maiden name Anna Eliza Kempe, 

novelist, born in Surrey, 1799- 
Borders of the Taraar and the Tavy (The), 

a descriptive work, 1836. 
Courtenay of "Walreddon (a romance), 1844. 
I)e Foix (a romance), 1826. 
Fitz of Fitzford (a legend of Devon), 1830. 
Good St. Louis and bis Times, 1870. 
Handel, his Life. etc.. 1857. 
Hartland Forest (a legend), 1871. 
Henry de Pomeroy (a legend), 1842. 
Joan of Arc (historical), 1873. 
Life of Thomas Stothard, R.A., 1851. 
Memoirs of Charles Alfred Stothard (her first 

husband), 1823. 
MounUins and Lakes of Switzerland, 1841. 
Peep at the Pixies (a Christmas tale), 1854. 
Protestant (The), a novel, 1828. 
Revolt of the Protestantsof the Cevennes, 1870. 
Roseteague, 1874. 

Talba (The), or Moor of Portugal, 1830. 
Trelawny of Trelawne (a legend of Cornwall), 

1837. 
Trials of Domestic Life, 1848. 
Trials of the Heart, 1839. 
Warleigh, or the Fatal Oak (a legend of 

Devon), 1834. 

White Hoods (The), a novel, 1828. 



Brat (Sir Reginald), architect, *-1503. 
Henry VII.'s Chapel, Westminster Abbey, 

(begun), 1502. 
St. George's Chapel, Windsor (begun), 1476. 
Brat, F.S.A. (William), antiquary, born at 

Shere, in Surrey, 1735-1832. 
History of the County of Surrey, 1804-14. 
Bbatbrooke (Richard Cornwallis Neville, lord), 

1820-1861. 
Antiqua Explorata, 1847. 
Sepulchra Exposita, 1848. 
Saxon Obsequies, 1852. 
Breen (Henry Hegart), bom in Kerry, Ireland, 

1805- 
Diamond Rock (The), and other Poems, 1849. 
Modern English Literature, 1857. 
St. Lucia, Historical, Statistical, and Descrip- 
tive, 1844. 
Warrawarra, the Carib Chief (a tale), 1776. 
Brenton (Edward Pelham), 1774-1839. 
Naval History of Great Britain from 1783 to 

1822, (in 6 vols.), 1823. 
Brerewooi> (Edward), antiquary, etc., bom at 

Chester, 1565-1613. 
De Ponderibus et Pretiis Veterum Num- 

morum, 1614. 
Inquiries touching the Diversity of Languages 

and Religions, etc., 1614. 
Breton (Nicholas), ^ei, 1555-1624. 
Arbor of Amorous Devices, 1597. 
Barley Break (The), or \Vaniing for Wantons, 

1607. 
Britton's Bowreof Delights (epitaphs, sonnets, 

pastorals, etc.), 1591. 
Cornr-copiaj ; Pasquil's Nightcap, an Antidot 

for the Headache, 1612. 
Crossing of Proverbs (The), 1616. 
Dialogue between Antonio, Meandro, and 

Dinarco, 1603. 
Divine Poem (A), part !., The Ravlsht Souie; 

part ii.. The Blest AVeeper, 1601. 
Floorish upon Fancie (A), 1577. 
Good and Badde (The), in prose, 1606. 
Honest Counsaile (in verse), 1605. 
I Would and Would Not (in verse), 1614. 
Mad World, my Masters (A), a dialogue be- 
tween Taker and Mistaker, 1603. 
Marie Magdalene's Love (The Soul's Love), 

1595. 
Melancholike Humours (in verse), 1600 
Mother's Blessing (The), in verse, 1602. 
Old Madcappe's New Gallymaufry, 1602. 
Old Man's Lesson (An), and a Young Man's 

Love (an interlude), 1605. 
Pasquil's Madcappe and Madcappe's Message 

(a satire in verse), 1600. 
Pilgrimage to Paradise, 1592. 
Pleasant Quippes for Upstart Gentlewomen, 

1595. 
Post with a Packet of Mad Letters (A), 1603. 
Small Handful of Fragrant Flowers gathered 

from the Sacred Scriptures, 1575. 
Solemn Passion of theSowles Love (in verse), 

1623. 
Soules Immortal Crowne (The), twined of 

Virtue, Wlsdome, Love, Constancie, Pa- 
tience, Humilitie, and Infinitenesa (in 

verse), 1605. 
Will of Wit (The), in prose and verse, 1597 
Wit's Private Wealth, 1603. 
Wonders \^orth the hearing, 1602. 



1156 



BREWER — BROME. 



APPENDIX I. 



BRIDGES — BROME. 



Works of a Young Wyt (descriptive of the 

manners of the time), 1577. 
Brewer (Antony), ^x>e< and dramatist, in the 

time of Charles I. and Cromwell. 
Wrote six dramrks, one called The Five Senses, 

about 1620. 
Brewer, LL.D. (Rev. E. Cobham), educationist 

and literary virtuoso, 1810- 
Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, 1868. 
Guide to Science, 1850. 
History of France, 1863. 
History of Germany, 1881. 
La Clef de la Science, in French, 1854. (Based 

on the " Guide to Science," but quite a new 

work.) 
Reader's Handbook (The), 1880. 
Theology in Science, 1859. 
Bhkwkr (Rev. John Sherren), historian and 

historical antiquary, 1809-1879. 
Athanasian Creed vindicated, 1871. 
Athanasian Origin of the Athanasian Creed, 

1872. 
Elementary Atlas of History and Greography ; 

revised editions, 1865, 1871. 
Endowments and Establishment of the Church 
^ of England, 1873. 
English Studies, posthumous 1881. 
Prefaces to Henry VIII., vol. i. 122 pp.; 

vol. ii. 279 pp.; voi. ili. 435 pp.; vol. iv. 

666 pp. 
Report to the Master of the Rolls on the Carte 

and Carew Papers. 
What is Establishment, etc., 1868. 

Ikiited. 
Aristotle's Ethics, with English Notes, 1836. 
Bacon's Novum Organum, with Introduction 

and Notes, 1856. 
Court of King James I., by C. Goodman, now 

first published, 1839. 
Fuller's Church History, 1845. 
History of Popish Transuhstantiation, by J. 

Cosin, with Memoir, 1850. 
Student's HuTtie (new edition), 1880. 
Record Office Publications. 
Calendar of the Carew MSS., 1874 (with 

Bullen). 
Fr. Rogeri Baconi opera quasdam hactenus 

inedita. 
Giraldi Carabrensis Opera. 
Letters and Papers of the Reign of Henry VITI., 

with prefaces, vol. i., 1861 ; vol. ii., 1864 ; 

and six more " part- volumes." (His great 

work.) 
Monumenta Franciscana. 
Registrum Malmburieose, 1881. (With C. T. 

Martin.) 
Brewer (Thomas), poet, l7th century. 
Knot of Fooles (A), 1624. 
Weeping Lady (The), or London like Ninivie 

in Sackcloth, 1625. 
Brewster, LL.D. (Sir David), natural phi- 
losopher, born at Jedburgh, in Scotland, 

1781-1868. 
Depolarisation of Light, 1813. 
Elliptical Polarisation, 1830. 
Kaleidoscope (invented), 1819. 
Laws of Polarisation (The), 1818. 
Letters on Natural Magic, 1831. 
Life and Letters of Euler, 1813. 
Life of Sir Isaac Newton, 1828. (Republished 

and enlarged in 1855.) 
Martyrs of Science. 1841. 



Memoirs of Life, Writings, and Discoveries of 
Sir I. Newton, 1855. 

More Worlds than One, 1854. 

New System of lUummation for Lighthouses, 
1827. 

On the Production of Polarising Structure by 
Pressure, 1816. 

Polarisation of Light by Reflection, 1815. 

Treatise on Burning Instruments, 1812, 

Treatise on Optics, 1831. 
BaiDGKs (John), antiquary, bom at Binfield, In 
Berkshire, 1666-1724. 

History and Antiquities of Northamptonshire, 
1762-91. 
Bridges (Noah), about 1610-1670. 

Art of Short and Secret Writing, 1659. 

Lux Mercatoria, Arithmetik Natural and 
Decimal, 1661. 
Bridgewatek (John), *-1594. 

Concertatio Ecclesiae Catholicae in Anglia con- 
tra Calvino-Papistas et Puritanos, sub Eliza- 
betha Regina, posthumous 1694. 
Briggs (Henry), mathematician), bom near 
Halifax, in Yorkshire, 1556-1630. 

Arithnietica Logarithmica, 1624. 

Trigonometria Britannica, 1633. 
Bkiggs, M.D. (William), born at Norwich, 1641- 
1704. 

Ophthalmographia, 1676. 
Briscoe (John Potter), antiquary, bom at 
Leverbridge, in Lancashire, 1848- 

Biographical Sketch of R. Millhouse, 1881. 

Book of Nottinghamshire (anecdotes), 1878. 

Literature of Tim Bobbin (a bibliography), 
1872. 

Midland Notes, four series, 1879-82. 

Nottinghamshire Facts and Fictions (folk- 
lore, etc.), ist series, 1876; 2nd series, 
1877. 
Britton (John), antiquary, topographer, etc. 
born near Chippenham, in Wiltshire, 1771- 
1857. 

Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain, 
1805-26. 

Architectural Hlustrations of tue Public 
Buildings of Loudon, 1828. 

Autobiography, 1849-50. 

Beauties of Wiltshire, 1801-25. 

Cathedral Antiquities of England, 1814-32. 

Dictionary of the Architecture and Archaeo- 
logy of the Middle Ages, 1830-38. 
Brodhkad (John Romeyn), of New York, 1814- 

History of the State of New York, 1853. 
Brodie (Sir Benjamin Collins), surgeon, born 
at Winterslow, in Wiltshire, 1783-1862. 

Experiments and Observations on the In- 
fluence of the Nerves of the Eighth Pair on 
the Secretions of the Stomach, 1814. 

Lectures on Diseases of the Urinary Organs, 
1833. 

Lectures on Local Nervous Affections, 1837. 

Lectures on Pathology and Surgery, 1840. 

Pathological and Surgical Observations oa 
Diseases of the Joints, 1813. 

Physiological Researches, 1851. 

Psychological Inquiries, 1854. 
(Autobiography.) 
Bbome (Alexander), poe<, 1620-1666. 

Covent Garden Drollery, 1672. 

Cunning Lovers (The), 1654. 

Fancy's Festivals, 1657. 

Poems and Soncs. 166^ 



BROME — BROWN. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



BROOME — BROWN. 1167 



Bbome (Richard), dramatist, *-1662. 
Antipodes (The), 1640. 
Jovial Crew (A), 1652. 
Sparagus Garden (The), 1640. 

*-* For his plays, see Appendix III. 

(The whole were collected after his death, 
and published 1653, 1659.) 
Bkomfield (William), surgeon, London, 1712- 

1792, 
Syllabus Anatomicus, 1748. 
Bkompton (John), flourished in 1370. 

Chronicon, posthumous 1652. 
Bkonte (Charlotte), pseudonym " Currer Bell," 

novelist, bom at Thornton, in Yorkshire, 

1816-1855. 
Jane Eyre, 1847. (Her best.) 
Professor (The), 1856. 
Shirley, 1849. 
Villette, 1853. 

(Life, by Mrs. Gaskell, 1857.) 

*^* The two sisters, Emily and Anne, also 
published some poems and novels ; but " Jane 
Eyre " Is the only production of repute. 
Brooke (Frances), novelist, *-l789. 
History of Emily Montague, 1769. 
Rosina, 1782. 
Brooke (Fulke Greville, lord), 2>oet, born at 

Alcaster, in Warwickshire, 1554-1628. 
Alaham IMustapha (a tragedy), 1709. 
Cailica (containing 110 sonnets), posthumous 

1633. 
Life of Sir Philip Sidney, posthumous 1652. 
Brooke (Henry), poet and novelist, bom in 

Ireland, 1706-1783. 
Earl of Westmoreland (The), a tragedy, 

1765. 
Fairy Tales, 1750. 
Farmer's Letters, 1745. 
Fool of Quality (The), a novel, 17C^. ^^7. 
Gustavus Vasa (a tragedy), 1739. ' 

Juliet Grenville (a novel), 1778. 
Translations of Tasso, 1737. 
Universal Beauty (in verse). 
Brooke (Ralphe), antiquary, 1552-1625. 
Catalogue of the Kings, Princes, Dukes, etc., 

of England, 1619. (A valuable work.) 
Discoverie of Certain Errors in the much com- 
mended Britannia [by Camden], 1594. 
A Second Discovery of Errors, 1724. 
Brooke (Sir Robert), *-1558. 

La Graunde Abridgement, 1568. 
Brooke (Rev. Stoplord Augustus), of Dublin, 

1832- 
Christ in Modem Life, 1881. 
Life of Frederick W. Robertson, 1865. 
Milton, 1879. 

Primer of English Literature, 1878. 
Sermons, 1868-1877. 
Studies of Old Testament Heroes, 1880, (In 

Good Words.) 
Theology in the English Poets, 1874. 
Brooks (Charles Shirley), novelist and dramatic 

author, bom at Brill, in Oxfordshii-e, 1815- 

1874. 

Novels. 
Aspen Court, 1855, 
Gordian Knot (The), 1858. 
Silver Cord (The), 1841. 
Sooner or Later, 1869, 

Dramas. 
Creole (The), 1853. 



Daughter of the Stars (The). 

Honours and Tricks. 

Our ^ew Governess. 

Miscellaneous. 

Naggletons (The), for Punch. 

Poems of Wit and Humour, posthumous 1876. 
Broome, LL.D. (William), poet, 1689-1745, 

Poems on Several Occasions, 1727. 
Brothers (Richard), visionary, 1760-1824, 

A Revealed Knowledge of tho Prophecies and 
Times, etc., 1794. 
Brougham and Vaux (Henry, lord), born in 
P^diuburgh, 1779-1868. 

Albert Lunel (a novel), 1844, 

Dialogues on Instinct, 1849. 

Discourses of Natural Theology, 1835, 

Dissertations on Subjects of Science, 1839. 

Experiments and Observations on the Proper- 
ties of Light, 1850. 

Historic Sketches of Statesmen, 1839-43. 

Lives of Men of Arts and Science, 1845. 

Paley's Natural Theology (edited), 1842, 

Political Philosophy, 1840-44. 

Revolution in France (The), 1849. 

Speeches, 1838. 

Statesmen of the Time of George III., 1839-43 

Voltaire and Rousseau, 1845. 

Works, collected by himself, 1855-57. 
(Autobiography, posthumous 1871.) 
Broughton (Rev. Hugh), Hebraist and Bab- 
binical scholar, 1559-1612. 

Comment upon Coheleth or Ecclesiastes, 
1605. 

Consent of Scripture, 1596 ; defended, 1609. 

Daniel hia Chaldie Visions, 1596. 

Daniel his Weekes, 1589. 

Exposition of the Common Prayer, 1603. 

Lamentation of Jeremiah, from the Original 
Hebrew, 1608. 

Melchisedek proved to be Sem, 1591, 

Mordochai his Age, 1590. 

Our Lorde died at the time foretold to Daniel, 
1592. 

Our Lordes Famile, 1608. 

Seder 01am, 1594. 
Broughton (John Cam Hobhouse, lord), states- 
man, born at Redland, near Bristol, in 
Gloucestershire, 1786-1869. 

Journey through Albania, etc., 1812. 

Letters of an Englishman, 1816. 
Broughton (Richard), 1569-1634. 

Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain, 1633. 

Monastichon Britannicum, posthumous 1655. 
Broughton (Thomas), London, 1704-1774. 

Defence of the commonly received Doctrines 
of the Human Soul, 1766. 

Historical Dictionary of All Religions, 1756. 
Broughton (William Robert), Gloucestershire, 
1763-1822. 

Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific 
Ocean, 1804. 
Brown (Charles Brockden), nooelist, of Phila- 
delphia, U.S., 1771-1810. 

Arthur Mervyn, or Memoirs of the Year 1793 
(the great yellow fever), 1796, 

Clara Howard, 1801, 

Edgar Huntly, or Adventures of a Sleep- 
walker, 1801. 

Jane Talbot, 1804, 

Ormond, or the Secret Witness, 1799. 

Wieland, 1798. 



1158 BROWN— BROWNIXG. 



APPENDIX I. 



BROWNE — BROWNING, 



Brown (Ford Madox), painter, bom at Calais, 

1821- 
Chaiicer reciting his Poetry at the Court of 

Edward III., 1851. 
Christ washing Peter's Feet, 1852. 
Cromwell, 1878. 
King Lear, 1849, 

Wickliff reading his Translation of the Scrip- 
tures, 1848. 
Bkown, M.D. (John), born at Rothbury, in 

Northumberland, 1715-1766. 
Barbarossa, 1755. 
Essays on the Characteristics of the Earl of 

Shaftesbury, 1751. 
Estimate of the Manners and Principles of the 

Times, 1757-58. (Seven editions in one 

year.) 
Brown (John), a Scotch pastor, born at Carpow, 

in Perthshire, 1722-1787. 
Christian Journal, 1765. 
Dictionary of the Holy Bible, 17C9. 
General History of the Church, 1771. 
Help for the Ignorant (A), 1758. 
History of the Church from the Birth of the 

Savi'our, 1771. 
Self-Interpreting Bible (The), 1778. (His 

magnum opus.) 
Brown (John), bom at Buncle, in Scotland, 

1736-1788. 
Elementa Medicinae, 1779. 
Observations on the Old System of Physic, 
posthumous 1804. 

(Memoir, by Dr. W. C. Brown, 1804.) 
Brown, D.D. (John), born near Whitburn, in 

Scotland, 1784-1858. 
Expository Discourses on the Epistles to the 

Galatians, Romans, and of Peter. 
Law of Christ respecting Civil Obedience 

(The). 
Resurrection of Life (The). 

(Memoir, by Dr. Cairns, 1860.) 
Brown, M.D. (John), born at Biggar, in Scot- 
land, 1810- 
Hori\j Subsecivae (a volume of essays), 1858. 
Kab and his Friends, 1858-60. 
Our Dogs. 
Brown (Rev. Robert), founder of the " Brown- 

ists," 1549-1630; born at Northampton, 

1549-1630. 
Life and Maimers of True Christians (The). 

To which is prefixed — 
Treatise of Reformation (A), 1582. 
Brown (Robert), botanist, born at Montrose, in 

Scotland, 1773-1858. 
General Remarks, Geographical and Systema- 
tical, on the Botanyof Terra Australis, 1814. 
Prodromus Florte Novge HoUandlaj, 1810. 
vSupplement, 1830. (Works of great merit.) 
Brown, M.D. (Thom&s), poet and metaphysician, 

etc., bom at Kirkmabreck, in Scotland, 

1778-1820. 
Inquiry into Cause and Effect, 1804. 
l-.ectures on Philosophy, 1820. 
Observations on the Zoonomia of Dr. Darwin, 

1798. 
Philosophy of the Human Mind, 1822. 
Poetical Works, 1803. 

(His Life, by Welsh, 1825.) 
Brown, D.D. (William Lawrence), born at 

Utrecht, 1755-1833. 
Comparative View of Christianity and of 



other Forms of Religion, 1826. 
Essay on the Existence of a Supreme Creator, 

1816. (A prize of £1200 adjudged to it.) 
Brownk (Charles Farrar), pseudonym " Arte- 

mus Ward," humorist, born in Maine, U.S., 

1834-1867. 
Artemus Ward among the Fenians, 1866. 
Artemus Ward among the Mormons, 1864. 
Artemus Ward his Book, 1862. 
Artemus Ward in London, posthumous 1868. 
Artemus Ward's Complete Works, 1870. 
Artemus Ward's Lecture (at the Egyptian 

Hall, 1869. 
Browne (Charles Thomas), bora at Wellington, 

in Somersetshire, 1825- 
Astrello, or the Prophet's Vision, 1850. 
Irene, 1848. 
Life of Southey, 1854. 
Tower of London (The), 1844. 
United States, its Constitution and Powers 

(The), 1856. 
Browne (Frances), born at Stranorlar, in Ire- 
land, 1816- (Blind from infancy.) 
Ericksons (The), 1849. 
Hidden Sin (The), a novel, 1865. 
Legends of Ulster, 1848. 
My Share of the World, 1861. 
Songs of Our Land, 1840. 
Browne (Hablot Knight), pseudonym " Phiz," 

comic designer, 1815- 
lllustrated most of the novels of Charles 

Dickens, Charles Lever, W. H. Ainsworth, 

and Mayhew. Also the Abbotsford edition 

of Scott's Works, etc. 
Browne (Isaac Hawkins), poet, born at Burton- 

upon-Trent, 1706-1760. 
De Aninii Immortalite. 1754. 
Browne ( Tohn), anatomist, 1642-1700 

Myography, 1681. 
Browne (Rev. Moses), poet, 1703-1787 
Piscatory Eclogues, 1729. 
Poems on Various Subjects, 1739. 
Browne, M.D. (Patrick), naturalist, born at 

Crossboyne, in Ireland, 1720-1790. 
Civil and Natural History of Jamaica, 1756. 

(A valuable work.) 
Browne (Sir Thomas), antiquary, London, 

1605-1682. 
Discourse on Sepulchral Urns (A), 1648. 
Garden of Cyrus (The), or the Quincunxial 

Lozenge, 1658. 
Hydriotaphia, or Urn-burial, 1658. 
Pseudodoxia Epidemica (Vulgar Errors), 1646. 
Religio Medici, 1642. (His chief work.) 
Treatise on Christian Morals, posthumous 
1756. 

(His Life, by Dr. Johnson, 1756.) 
Browne (William), poet, born at Tavistock, in 

Devonshire, 1590-1645. 
Britannia's Pastorals (two books, each five 

songs), 1613, 1616. 
Inner Temple Masque (The), 1620. 
Shepherd's Pipe (The), seven eclogues, 1614. 
Browning (Mrs.), maiden name Elizabetli Bax- 

r^ii, poetess, 1809-1861. 
Aurora Leigh, 1856. (Her longest production.) 
Battle of Marathon, 1822. 
Casa Guidi Windows, 1851. (Poem on tha 

Tuscan's struggle for freedom.) 
Drama of Exile, 1840. 
Essay on Mind, and other Poems, 1826. 



BROWNING — ^BUCHANAN. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. BRUXTON — BUCHANAN. 1159 



Greek Christian Poets, 1863. 

Lady Geraldine'a Courtship (poem), 1850. 

Poems, 1844. 

Poems before Congress, 1860; posthumous 

1862. 
Prometheus Bound (translated), 1833. 
Romaunt of the i'age (The), 1839. 
Seraphim, and other Poems (The), 1838. 

(Memoirs, by Stedman.) 
Browning (Robert), poet, London, 1812- 
Agamemnon of JEschylus (translated), 187Y. 
Aristophanes' Apology, 1875. 
Balaustion's Adventure, 1871. 
Bldt on the 'Scutcheon (a drama), 1843. 
Christmas Eve, 1850. 
Dramatic Idylls, 1879-80. 
Dramatic Lyilcs, 1881. 
Dramatic Personfe, 1864. 
Dramatic Romances. 
Fifine at the Fair, 1872. 
Inn Album (The), 1875. 
King Victor and King Charles. 
La Saisiaz, 1878. 

Men and Women, 1855. (His best production.) 
Pacchiarotto, 1876. 
Paracelsus (a dr-ima), 1836. 
Pi ppa Passes (a drama), 1842. 
Prince Hohenstiel-Schwangau, 1871. 
Red-cotton IS'ightcap Country (The), 1873. 
Return of the Druses (a drama). 
Ring and the Book (The), a law-court poem, 

1868. 
Romances and Lyrics, 1845 
Sordello (a drama), 1839. 
Soul's Tragedy (A), 1846. 
Strafford (a tragedy), 1837. 
Two Pictures of Croisic (The), 1878. 
Brownrigg, M.D. (William), of Cumberland, 

1711-1800. 
De Praxi Medica Ineunda, 1737. 
Treatise on the Art of making Salt, 1748. (A 

masterly treatise.) 
Bruce (.James), African traveller, born at Kin- 

naird, in Scotland, 1730-1794. 
Travels to discover the Sources of the Nile, 
1790. 

(His Life, by Salt, 1805 ; A. Murray, 180S.) 
Bruce (John\ born at Nuthill, in Scotland, 

1744-1826. 
Annals of the East India Company, 1810. 
Ethics, 1786. 

First Principles of Philosophy, 1780. 
Report on the Internal Defence of England, 

1798. 
Review of the Events and Treaties whirh 

established the Balance of Power in Eu- 
rope, 1796. 
Bruce (John), antiquary, London, 1802-1869. 
Restoration of Edward IV. (The), 1838. 
Verney's Notes on the Long Parliament, 1844. 
Bruce, LL.D. (Rev. John CoUingwood), historic 

writer, bom at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

1805- 
Bayeux Tapestry elucidated (The), 1856. 
Handbook of English History (A). 
Handbook of Newcastle (A). 
Roman Wall (Ihe), 1851. 
Bruce (Michael), poet, bom at Kinnesswood, in 

Scotland, 1746-1767. 
Poems, posthumous 1770. 

(Memoir, by Grosart, 1865.) 



Brunton (Mary), novelist, bom in Burra, Or- 

cades, 1778-1818. 
Self-control, 1810. 
Bryant (Jacob), antiquary, bom at Plymouth, 

1715-1804. 
Analysis of Ancient ^Mythology, 1774-76. 
Authenticity of the Scriptures, 1792. 
Dissertation concerning the War of Troy, etc., 

1796. 
Observations and Inquiries relating to 

Various Parts of Ancient History, 1767. 
Plagues of Egypt, 1794. 
Sentiments of Philo-Judasus concerning the 

Logos, 1797. 
Treatise on the Authenticity of the Scrip- 
tures, etc., 1792. 
Trojan War (On the), 1796. 
Vindicias Flavians, 1780. (To prove Jo- 

sephus's testimony to Christ.) 
Bryant (William CuUen), j?oei, born at Cum- 

mington. U.S., 1794-1878. 
Ages (The), 1821. (His longest and best 

poem.) 
Battle-field. 
Embargo (I'he), 1807. 
Fountain (The), and other Poems, 1842. 
Hymn of the City. 

Indian at the Burying-place of his Fathers. 
Poems collected, 1832. 
Thanatopsis, 1812. 
Brtdone (Patrick), traveller, 1741-1818. 

Tour through Sicily and Malta, 1773. 
BucHAN, M.D. (William), born at Ancram. ir 

Scotland, 1729-1805. 
Domestic Medicine, 1769. (Once enormouslj 

popular.) 
Buchanan (George), poet and historian, o* 

Scotland, 1506-1582. 
Baptistes (tragoedia), 1578. 
De jure Regni aptad Scotos, 1579. 
Dotectio M'ariaj lleginas, 1572. 
Franciscanus (a satire, by order of kinp 

Jatnes V.), 1538. 
Jephthes (tragoedia), 1554. 
Latin Version of the Psalms, 1550. 
Rerum Scoticarum Historia, 1582. (His prin 

cipal work.) 
Somnium (a satire), 1536. 

(His Life, by Dr. David Irving, 1807.) 
Buchanan (Robert), poet, born at Caverewal). 

in StalTordshire, 1841- 
Balder the Beautiful, 1877. 
Ballad Stories of the Affections, 1866. 
Book of Orm, 1870. 
Child of Nature, 1870, printed 1881. 
David Grav, and other Essays, 1868. 
Drama of Kings (The), 1871. 
Fleshly School of Poetry (The), 1871. 
God and the Man (a novel), 1881. 
Idyls and Legends of Inverburn, 1865. 
Land of Lome (The), 1871. 
London Poems, 1866 ; Poems, 1860. 
Master Spirits, 1873. 
Martyrdom of Madeline, 1882. 
Napoleon Fallen (a lyrical drama), 1870. 
North Coast, and other Poems, 1867. 
Poetical Works, 1874. 

St. Abe and his Seven Wives, 1872 (? Lowell). 
Shadow of the Sword (a romance), 1875. 
White Rose and Red (a love story), 1873. 
Undertones, 1860. 



1160 BUCKINGHAM — BURKE. 



APPENDIX I. 



BUNNEY — BURKE. 



Plays. 

Madcap Prince (A), a comedy, 1874. 

Witch-finder (The), a tragedy. 
BocKiNGHAM (George Villiers, duke of), Lon- 
don, 1627-1688. 

Rehearsal (The), a satirical drama, 1671. 

Works, posthumous 1704. 
Buckingham (James Silk), traveller, of Corn- 
wall, 1786-1855. 

Travels in Arabia, 1825. 

Travels in Assyria, Persia, etc., 1828. 

Travels in Mesopotamia, ] 827. 

Travels in Palestine, 1822- 
BuCKLAND (Francis Trevelyan), naturalist, 
born at Oxford, 1826-1880. 

Curiosities of Natural History, 1857. 

Familiar History of British Fishes, 1873. 

Fish-hatching, 1863. 

Logbook of a Fisherman and Zoologist, 1876. 
BucKLAND, D.D. (William), geologist, born at 
Axminster, in Devonshire, 1784-1856. 

Annals of Philosophy. 

Geology and Mineralogy considered with 
reference to Natural Theology, 1836. (A 
Bridgewater Treatise.) 

Eeliquiai Uiluviana;, or Observations on Or- 
ganic Remains, attesting the Action of a 
Universal Deluge, 1823. 

Vindiciaj Geologicae, 1820. 
Buckle (Henry Thom3iS),historical philosopher, 
etc., 1822- 1862. 

History of Civilization in Europe, 1857-61. 
BucKMAN (James), born at Cheltenham, 1816- 

Flora of the Cotteswolds (The), 1844. 

Geology of the Cotteswolds (The), 1845. 

History of British Grasses, 1858. 

Letters on the Geology, Botany, and Archaeo- 
logy of the Neighbourhood of Cheltenham, 
1842. 

Remains of Roman Art (The), 1850. 

Science and Practice in Farm Cultivation, 1863. 
BuCKSTONE (John Baldwin), suburbs of London, 
1802-1879. He wrote about 150 pieces for 
the stage, such as Green Bushes, Luke the 
Labourer, The Wreck Ashore. (See Appen- 
L-IX III.) 
Bull, D.D. (George), bishop of St. David's, born 
at Wells, in Gloucestershire, 1634-1710. 

Apologia pro " Harmonia," 1673. 

Defensio Fidei Nicenae, 1685-88. 

Examen " Censurae " (i.e. of his " Harmonia "), 
1671. 

Judicium Ecclesiae Catholicae, 1694. 

Harmonia Apostolica. 1669. 

Primitive and Apostolic Tradition, 1709. 
(His Life, by R. Nelson, 1713.) 
BuLWBK (John), dactylologist, llth century. 

Anthropometamorphosis, 1 653. 

Chirologia, or the Naturall Language of the 
Hand, 1644. 

Chironomia, 1644. 

Pathomyotomia, or a Dissection of the Muscles 
of the Mind, 1649. 

Philocophus, or the Deafe and Dumbe Man's 
Friend, 1643. 
Bunxet (Edmund), 1540-1617. 

Admonition out of the Prophet Joel, 1588. 

Corner Stone (The), 1611. 

Coronation of David, 1588. 

Divorce for Adulterie, 1610. 

Summe of the Christian Religion (The), 1576. 



BuNNET (Right Rev. Francis), 1543-1617. 
Comparison between the A ancient Fayth and 

the Romish, 1595. 
Exposition of Romans iii. 28, 1616. 
Guide to Godlinesse, 1617. 
Survey of the Pope's Supremacie, 1595. 
BuNTAN (John), born at Elstow, in Bedford- 
shire, 1628-1688. 
Barren Figtree (The), 1683. 
Grace Abounding, 1668. 
Gospel Truths opened, 1656. 
Holy City (The), 1665. 
Holy War (an allegory), 1682. 
Jerusalem Sinner saved (The), 1688. 
Justification by Faith, 1671. 
Life and Death of Mr. Badman (an allegory), 

1680. 
Pharisee and Publican (The). 1685. 
Pilgrim's Progress (an allegory), part i., 

1678 ; part ii.. 1684. (His great work.) 
Sighs from Hell, 1650. 
Water Baptism, 1673. 
*^* Posthumous Works, 1691. 

(His Life, by Ivimey, 1809 ; Southey, 1830 ; 

Philip, 1839 ; George OfFor, 1853 ; Froude,13S0.) 

BuKCKHARDT (John Lewis), traveller, a Swiss 

by birth, 1784-1817. 
Arabic Proverbs, 1830. 
Travels in Arabia, 1829. 
Travels in Nubia, 1819. 
Travels in Syria and the Holy Land, 1822. 

(His Life, prefixed to Travels in Nubia.) 
Burgess (Rev. Richard), 1796- 
Greece and the Levant, 1835. 
Ludi Circenses, 1827. 
Topography and Antiquities of Rome (The), 

1831. 
Burgh (James), of Perthshire, 1714-1775. 
Britain's Remembrancer, 1745. 
Crito, etc., 1766-67. 
Political Disquisitions, 1774-75. 
BuRGON, D.D. (John William), dean of Chi- 
chester, 1819- 
Athanasian Creed to be retained (The), 1872. 
Century of Verses on Dr. Routh (A), 1856. 
Disestablishment the Rejection of God, 1868. 
Etigland and Rome, 1869. 
Historical Notices of the Colleges of Oxford, 

1857. 
Life and Times of Sir Thomas Gresham, 1839. 
Memoir of the Panathenaic Vases, 1833. 
Oxford Reformers, 1854. 
Portrait of a Christian Gentleman (i.e. P F. 

Tytler), 1861. 
Treatise on the Pastoral Office, 1864. 
BuRGOTNE (John), dramatic author, *-l792. 
Heiress (The), 1786. 
Lord of the Manor (The), 1783. 
Maid of the Oaks (The), 1780. 

(Memoirs, prefixed to his Dramatic and 
Poetic Works, 1808.) 
Burke (Edmund), statesman, of Dublin, 1730- 

1797. 
Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs, 1791. 
Inquiry into our Ideas of the Sublime and 

Beautiful, 1756. 
Letter to a Noble Lord, 1795. 
Present State of the Nation (The), 1769. 
Reflections on the French Revolution, 1790 
Speeclii^s, posthumous 1801. 
Thoughts on French Affairs,. 1791. 



BURLEY — BURTOX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. burney— burton. 



1161 



Thoughts on a Regicide's Peace, 1796. 
Thoughts on the Cause of the Present Dis- 
contents, 1770. 
Vindication of Natural Society, 1756. 

(His Life, by MacCormiclc, 1797; Bisset, 

1798 ; James Prior, 1824 ; George Croly, 1840 ; 

Thomas Mackuight, 1858-60; Joseph Napier, 

1862; Morley, 1867; etc.) 

BuKLEY (Gautliier), called " Doctor Planus," 

bora at Oxford, 1275-1357. 
De Vita ac Moribus Philosophoram, posthu- 
mous 1467. 
Burn, LL.D (Richard), born at Winton, in 

Westmoreland, 1720-1785, 
Ecclesiastical Law, 1760-65. 
Justice of the Peace, 1755. 
BuRNABT (Frederick), born at Bedford, 1842- 
On Horseback through Asia Minor, 1877. 
Ride to Khiva, 1873. 
Bdbnap (George), born at Merrimack, in New 

Hampshire, 1802-1859. 
Christianity, its Essence and Evidence, 1855. 
Lectures on the Doctrines of Controversy, 

1835. 
Lectures on the Sphere and Duties of Women, 

1840. 
BuENES (Sir Alexander), born at Montrose, in 

Scotland, 1805-1842. 
Cabool, 1842. 

Travels into Bokhara, 1834. 
BcBNET (Gilbert), bishop of Salisbury, born in 

Edinburgh, 1643-1715. 
Exposition of the Thirty-nine Articles, 1699. 
History of his own Time, posthumous 1723-34. 
History of the Reformation, vol. 1., 1679; 

vol. ii., 1681 ; vol. iii., 1714. 
Letters (on the corruptions of Popery), 1686. 

(The best work on the subject extant.) 
LifeofDr. Bedell, 1692. 
Life of Sir Matthew Hale, 1682. 
Memoirs of the Dukes of Hamilton, 1676. 
Rome's Glory (Miracles of the Saints), 1673. 
Some Passages in the Life and Death of the 
Earl of Rochester, 1680. 

(His Life, by Le Clerc, 1715; by his son 
Thomas, 1724-34.) 
Burnet (John), painter and engraver, born at 

Fisherrow, in Scotland, 1784-1868. 
Life of J. M. W. Turner, 1852. (With P. 

Cunningham.) 
Practical Treatise on Painting. 

(Of his paintings, "Greenwich Pensioners 
receiving the news of the Battle of Trafalgar " 
is the best known.) 
Burnet, M.D. (Thomas), 1638-1715. 
Hippocrates Contractus, etc., 1685. 
Thesaurus Medicinae Practicae, 1673. 
Burnet, D.D. (Thomas), of Yorkshire, 1678- 

1750. 
Archjeologise Philosophicae, etc., 1692. (In 

which he treats the Mosaic account of " The 

Fall " as an allegory.) 
De Fide et Offlciis Christianorum, 1722. 
De Statu Mortuorum, 1720. 
Telluris Theoria Sacra, part i., 1680 ; part ii., 
1689. 

(His Life, by Ralph Heathcoat, 1759.) 
Burnett (James). See Monboddo. 
BcBNEY, Mus.D. (Charles), born at Shrews- 
bury, 1726-1814. 
Qcaeral History of Music, 1776-89. 



Present State of Music in France and Italy, 

1771. 
*,* For his dramatic pieces, see Appendix ITT. 
BURNEY (Francisca), afterwards Mde. D'Arblay, 

novelist, 1752-1840. 
Diary and Letters, posthumous 1841 40. 
Dramas for Private Representation, 1818. 
Evelina, or a Young Lady's Entrance into 

Society, 1778. 
Camilla, or a Picture of Youth, 1796. 
Cecilia, or Memoirs of an Heiress, 1782. 
Georgina, 1788. 
Wanderer (The), or Female Difficulties, 1814, 

(Her Memoirs, by Dr. Biurney, 1832.) 
BuRNEY (James), 1749-1821. 

History of Discoveries in the South Sea, 1803. 

(A masterly work.) 
History of North-Eastern Voyages of Dis- 
covery, 1819. 
Burns (Robert), lyric poet, bom at Ayr, 1759- 

1796. 
Auld Lang Syne, 1793. (Not original.) 
Cotter's Saturday Night (Spenserian metre), 

1787. 
Death and Dr. Hornbook (6-line stanza), 1787. 
Duncan Gray, 1792. 
For a' that an' a' that, 1796. 
Green grow the Rashes 0, 1787. 
Hallowe'en (8-line stanza), 1787. 
Highland Mary (8-line stanza), 1792. 
Mary Morison (8-line stanza), 1793. 
Scots wha hae (Sapphic), 1793. 
Tam O'Shanter, 1791. 
To Mary in Heaven, 1788. 
To a Mountain Daisy, 1786. 
To a Mouse, 1785. 

Twa Dogs (Caesar and Luath), 1787. (Dia- 
logue.) 

(His Life, by Heron (i.e. John Pinkerton), 
1797; James Currie, 1800; Hamilton Paul, 
1819 ; J. G. Lockhart, 1828 ; Allan Cunning- 
ham, 1834 ; sir H. Nicolas, 1839; J. Wilson, 
1841 ; R. Chambers, 1851-52; Mackie, 1879.) 
Bubritt (Alexander), of New York. 1807-1869. 
Law Dictionary and Glossary (A), 1850. 
Treatise on Circurdstantial Evidence, 1856. 
Bubritt (Elihu), of Connecticut, 1811-1879. 
Chips from Many Blocks, 1878. 
Olive Leaves, 1853. 
Sparks from the Anvil, 1848. 
Thoughts on Things . . . 1854. 
Voice from the Forge (A). 
Walk from John o' Groat's to Land's End, 

1865. 
BuETON (Rev. Edward), of Shrewsbury, 1794- 

1836. 
Attempt to ascertain the Chronology of the 

Acts of the Apostles, etc., 1830. 
Description of the Antiquities of Rome, 1821. 
Greek Testament, with Notes, 1830. 
Inquiry into the Heresies of the Apostolic 

Age, 1829. 
Lectures on Ecclesiastical History, 1833. 
Burton, LL.D. (John Hill), historian, of Aber- 
deen, 1809-1881. 
Benthamiana, 1838, 
Book-hunter (The), 1862. 
Cairngorm Mountain (The), 1864. 
History of Queen Anne. 
History of Scotland from Agi-Ioola's Invasion 

to the Revolution, 1867-70. 



1162 



BUUTOX — BYROK, 



APPENDIX I. 



BUTLER — BYROX. 



History of Scotland from the Revolution to 

extioctionof the Last Jacobite Insurrection, 

1853. 
Life and Correspondence of David Hume, 1846. 
Lives of Lovat and Forbes, 1847. 
I'olitical and Social Economy, 1849. 
Ileign of yueen Anne, 1880. 
Scot Abroad (The), 1864. 
Bdrton (Richard Francis), traveller, master of 

29 languages, born in Norfolk, 1821- 
Abeokuta, or the Cameroon Mountains, 1863. 
Canoeing . . . from Sahara to the Sea, 1868. 
City of the Saints (The), 1861. 
Etruscan Bologna (a study), 1876. 
Falconry in the Valley of the Indus, 1852. 
First Footsteps in East Africa, 1856. 
Goa and the Blue Mountains, 1851. 
Lake Regions of Central Africa, 1860. 
Mission to Gelile, King of Dahomey, 1864. 
Nile Basin (The), 1864. 
Personal Narrative of a Pilgrim to . . . Mecca, 

1855, 
Sind revisited, 1877. 
Trips to Gorilla Land, 1875. 
Ultima Thule, 1875. 

Vikram and the Vampire (Hindu tales), 1869. 
Zanzibar, 1872. 
BusTON (Robert), pseudonym "Democritus 

Junior," born at Lindley, in Leicestershire, 

1576-1639. 
Anatomy of Melancholy, 1621. (A mass of 

quotations, chiefly Latin.) 
Philosophaster, with Poems, posthumous 

1862. 
BuBTON (William), topographer, London, 1609- 

1657. 
Commentary on Antoninus, his Itinerary, 

etc., posthumous 1658. 
BuKTON {WWUeLxn), antiquary, born at Lindley, 

in Leicestershire, 1575-1645. 
Description of the County of Leicester, etc., 

1622. 
Bury (Arthur), *-1699. 

Latitudinarius Orthodoxus, 1697. 

Naked Gospel (The), 1690. (Condemned to 

be burnt.) 
Butler (Rev. Alban), of Northampton, 1710- 

1773. 
Lives of the Saints, 1745. 

(His Life, by sir T. Matthews, 1795 ; Charles 
Butler, 1838.) 
BuTLEK (Charles), born at Wycombe, in Buck- 
inghamshire, 1560-1647. 
Feminine Monarchie, a Treatise on Bees, 1609. 
BvTLKK {Charles), jurist, London, 1750-1832. 
Life of Erasmus, 1825. 
Life of Fenelon, 1810. 
Life of Grotius, 1826. 
BoTsa BiblicsBy 1797-1807. 
Horffi Juridifas Subsecivae, 1807. 
Butler, D.D. Joseph), bishop of Durham, bom 

at Wanta.g^in Berkshire,- 1692-1752. 
Analogy of Ifa^ion, 1736. 
Sermons, I7i% (Three of them are On 

Human Na^re.^ 
Butler (Samuel), poet, bom at Strensham, in 

Worcestershire, 1612-1680. 
Elephant in the Moon (satire, in verse, on the 

Royal Society), 1654. 
Hudibras (satire, in verse, on the Puritans), 

part i., 1663 ; part ii., 1664 ; part iii., 1678. 



Bdtler (William Archer), bom at AnnerviUe, 
in Ireland, 1814-1848. 

Lectures on the History of Ancient Philo- 
sophy, posthumous 1856. (His principal 
work.) 

Letters on the Development of Christian Doc- 
trine, posthumous 1850. 

Letters on Romanism, posthumous 1854. 

Sermons, posthumous 1849. 
Butler (Mrs. William Francis), maiden name 
Elizabeth Southerden Thompson, artist, 
was born in Switzerland, came to England 
when only five years old. 

Balaklava, 1876. 

Inkermann, 1877. 

Missed, 1873. 

Quatre Bras (The 28th at), 1875. 

Roll Call (The), 1874. (Bought by the 
queen.) 
Buxton (Sir Thomas Fowell), philanthropist, 
born at Castle Hedingham, in Essex, 1786- 
1845. 

African Slave Trade (The), 1839. 
(His Life, by C. Buxton.) 
Btrd, or Birde (William), musical composer, 
1537-1623. 

Gradualia, ac Cantiones Sacras (3, 4, and 5 
voices), 1610. (Admirable compositions.) 

Liber Primus and Secundus Sacrarum Can- 
tionum (6 voices), 1589. 

Musica Transalpina (Madrigals), 1588, 1597. 

Psalms, Sonets, and Songs (5 parts), 1588. 

Songs (for 3, 4, 5, and 6 voices), 1589. 
(Prince of vocal part music.) 
Byrom (John), pseudonym "John Shadow," 
poet and shorthand writer, born near Man- 
chester, 1691-1763. 

Poems, posthumous 1773. 

Universal English Shorthand (The), 1749. 
(He wrote the beautiful pastoral "To 

Phoebe " in the Spectator, 1747 ; and the 

famous lines about Handel and Bononcini 

ending — 

Strange all this difference should be 
'Twixt Tweedledum and Tweedledee.) 

Byron (George Noel Gordon, lord),jpoet, London, 
1788-1824. 

Age of Bronze (Napoleon's fall), 1823. 

Beppo (a Venetian story), 1818. 

Bride of Abydos, 1813. 

Cain (dramatic poem), 1821. 

Childe Harold, canto i., 1809; ii., 1810; iii., 
1816 ; iv., 1818. (Spenserian metre.) 

Corsair (The), 1814. See Lara. 

Curse of Minerva, 1812. 

Deformed Transformed (The), drama, 1824. 

Don Juan, cantos i., ii., 1819; iii.-v., 1821; 
vi.-viii^ 1823; ix.-xi., 1823; xii.-xiv., 
1823 ; XV., xvi., 1824. (Incomplete.) 

English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, 1809. 

Giaour (The), 1813. 

Heaven and Earth: a Mystery (dramatic), 
1822. 

Hebrew Melodies, 1815. 

Hours of Idleness, 1807. (Edit. 1806 sup- 
pressed.) 

Island (The), 1 823. (Mutiny of the Bounty.') 

Lament of Tasso, 1817. 

Lara (sequel to Tfie Corsair), 1814. 

Manfred (a tragedy), 1817. 



BY RON — CAPELL. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. Cambridge— capell. 1163 



Marino Faliero (a tragady), 1821. 

Mazeppa, 1819. 

Memoirs of my own Life, posthumous 1825. 

Monody on Sheridan, 1817. 

Morgante Maggiore, etc., 182.^. 

Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte, 1814. 

Parisina, 1816. 

Prisoner of Chillon, 1816. 

Prophecy of Dante (three cantos), 1821. 

Sardanapalus (a tragedy), 1821. 

Siege of Corinth, 1816. 

Two Foscari (The), a drama, 1821. 

Vision of Judgment (skit on Southey's deifi- 
cation of George 111.), 1822. 

Waltz (The), 1813. 

Werner (a tragedy), 1822. 

Letters and Journal, posthumous 1831. 
(His Life, anon. 1816; by A. R. C. Dallas, 

1825; Noel Byron, 1825; J. W. Lake, 1826; 

L. Hunt, 1828 ; sir H. Bulwer, 1826; Brydges, 

1824 ; Clinton, 1828 ; Armstrong, 1846 ; John 

Gait, 1830-37 ; T. Moore, 1832 ; Karl Elze, 1871.) 
Btron (Henry James), dramatic author, born 
at Manchester, 1835- 

American Lady (An), a comedy, 1874. 

Fra Diavolo, 1858. 

Ill-treated II Trovatore, 1855. 

Not such a Fool as he looks, 1869. 

Old Sailors (a comedy), 1874. 

Our Boys (a comedy), 1878. It ran 1150 
nights. (See Appendix III.) 

War to the Knife, 1865. 

CffiDMOV, first English poet, died at "Whitby, 680. 

Paraphrasis Poetica Geneseos, printed 1655. 
Caius (Latin form of Key or Kaye), (John), 
M.D., of Norwich, 1510-1573. 
De Antiquitate Cantabrigiensis Academiae, 

1568. 
De Canibus Britannicis et Raris Animalibus 

1570. 
De Ephemera Tvritannica, 1556. 
Calamy, D.D. (Edmund), of London, 1671-1732. 
Account of Ministers, etc., ejected in 16G2, 

printed 1727. 
Defence of Moderate Nonconformity, 1703. 

(His Lifo by himself, edited by J. T. Rutt, 
1829.) 
Callcott, Mus.D. (John Wall), musician, bom 
at Kensington, 1706-1821. 
Musical Grammar, 1805. (Much esteemed.) 
Callcott, R.A. (Sir Augustus Wall), painter, 
born at Kensington, 1779-1844. 
Brook (The), 1806. 
Littlehampton Pier, 1818. 
Raphael and the Fomarina, 1837. 
Return from Market, 1818. 
Callcott (Lady), maiden name Maria Graham, 
wife of sir A. W. Callcott, 1788-1843. 
Essay towards the History of Painting, 1836. 
Little Arthur's History of England, 1836. 
Memoirs of Poussin, 1320. 
Calvert (George Henry), bom at Baltimore, 
U.S., 1803- 
Count Julian, 1840. 
Illustrations of Phrenology, 1832. 
New York, 1848. 

Scenes and Thoughts in Europe, 1845, 
Calvert (Rev. William), 1819- 
Pneuma, or the Wandering Soul, 1856. 
Wife's Manual (The), 1854. 



Cambridge (Richard Owen), poet, of London, 
1717-1802. 

Scribleriad (The), a mock-heroic poem in six 
books, 1742. 

War (1750-60) in India, 1761. 

Works, posthumous 1803. 
(His Life, by G. 0. Cambridge, 1S03.) 
Camden (William\ herald and antiquary, Lon- 
don, 1551-1623. 

Account of the Monuments, etc., of West- 
minster Abbey (Latin), 1606. 

Anglica, Normanica, Hibernica, Cambrica, 
1602. 

Annales rerum Anglicarum, etc., regnante 
Elizabetha, 1615. 

Britanniaa descriptio, 1586-1607. (His great 
work.) 

Description of Scotland, 1695. 

Remains concerning Britain, 1605. 
(His Life, by Thomas Smith, 1691 ; Gougb, 

1551.) 
Campbell (George), of Argyllshire, 1696-1757. 

Defence of the Christian Religion, 1736. 
Campbell, D.D. (George), of Aberdeen, 1719- 
1796. 

Dissertation on Miracles, 1763. 

Lectures on Ecclesiastical History, posthu- 
mous 1800. (An excellent work.) 

Philosophy of Rhetoric, 1776. 
Campbell, LL.D. (John), historian, of Edin- 
burgh, 1708-1775. 

Biographia Britannica, begun 1745. 

Hermippus Redivivus, 1743. 

Political Survey of Britain, 1774. 
Campbell (John, lord), biograplier, bom near 
Cupar, in Scotland, 1779-1861. 

Lives of the Chief Justices, 1849. 

Lives of the Lord Chancellors, 1845-47. 
Campbell, D.D. (John M'Leod), 1801-1872. 

Christ the Bread of Life, 1851. 

Nature of the Atonement, 1856. 

Thoughts on Revelation, 1862. 
Campbell, LL.D. (Thomas), poet, of Glasgow, 
1777-1844. 

Battle of the Baltic (an admirable song), 1801. 

Exile of Erin, 1801. 

Gertrude of Wyoming (three parts), 1809. 
(Spenserian metre.) 

Hobenlinden (the best English Sapphic), 1801. 

Pilgrim of Glencoe, and other Poems, 1842. 

Pleasures of Hope (two parts), 1799. (His 
chief poem.) 

Reullura, the Beautiful Star, 1817. 

Theodoric, and other Poems, 1824. 

Ye Mariners of England (a capital song), 
1801. 

Prose. 

Annals of Great Britam, from George II. to 
the Peace of Amiens (3 vols.), 1807 

Frederic the Great, 1843. 

History of our own Times, 1843-45. 

Letters from the South, 1837. 

Life of Petrarch, 1841. 

Life of Mrs. Siddons, 1834. 
(His Life, by Dr. Beattie, 1848 ; C. Redding, 

1859.) 
Capell (Edward), bom at Troston, in Suifolk, 
1713-1781. 

Notes and Various Readings of Shakespeare 
etc., 1775. 

Prolusions, 1769. 



1164 CARDWELL CAKTE. 



APPENDIX I. 



CARLISLE — CARTE. 



Cabdwell (Rev. Dr. Edward) ecclesiastical his- 
torian, bom at Blackburn, in Scotland, 

1787-1861. 
Coinage of the Greeks and Romans. 1832. 
Documentary Annals of the Reformed Church 

of England, 1839. 
History of Conferences, etc., connected with 

the Book of Common Prayer, 1558-1690 

(his chief work), 1840. 
Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticarum, 1850. 
Synodalia, 1848. 
Carew (George), historian, 1557-1629. 

PacaU Hibernia, 1633. (A history of the 

wars in Ireland.) 
Caeew (George), earl of Totnes, *-1613. 
Relation of the State of France, etc., 1609; 

published 1749. 
Cakew (Richard), topographer, bom at East 

Anthony, in Cornwall, 1555-1620. 
Survey of Cornwall, 1602. 
Cakew (Thomas), poet, Gloucestershire, 1589- 

1639. 
Coelum Britannicum (a masque), 1634, 
Poems, posthumous 1640. 
Cabey, Mus.D. (Henry), musical composer, poet, 

etc., 1696-1743. 
Sally in our Alley, 1737. (Chappell says that 

Dr. Carey wrote both the words and music 

of " God save the King," for a birthday of 

George II. Dr. Finck is of the same con- 
viction.) 

(For ChrononTiotonthologos, Honest York- 
shireman, Ifancy (an interlude), Thomas and 
Sally, The Dragon (a burlesque opera), Mar- 
gery, etc., see Appendix III.) 
Cakey (Henry Charles), born in Philadelphia, 

U.S., 1793-1879. 
On the Rate of Wages, 1836. 
Past, the Present, the Future (The), 1848. 
Principles of Social Science, 1858. 
Cabey, D.D. rWilliam), orientalist, etc., bora at 

Paulers-Pury, in Northamptonshire, 1762- 

1834. 
Bengalee Dictionary, 1815. 
Bengalee Grammar, 1801. 
Burmese Grammar, 1814. 
Kurnata Grammar, 1817. 
Mahratta Dictionary, 1810. 
Mahratta Grammar, 1805. 
Punjabee Grammar, 1812. 
Sungskrit Grammar, 1806, 
Telinga Grammar, 1814. 
Cableton (William), novelist, of Ireland, 1798- 

1869. 
Black Prophet (The), 1847. 
Tales, 1841. 
Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry, 

1830-32. 
Valentine M'Clutchy, 1845. 
Willie Reilly, 1855. 
Cablisle, F.R.S. (Sir Anthony), surgeon, 

born at Stillington, in Durham, 1768-1840. 
Alleged Discovery of the Use of the Spleen, 

etc., 1829. 
Essay on the Disorders of Old Age, 1817. 
Carlisle (Nicholas), antiquary, 1771-1847. 
Endowed Grammar Schools, 1818. 
Foreign Orders of Knighthood conferred on 

British Subjects, 1839. 
Topographical Dictionary : England, 1808 ; 

Ireland, 1810 ; Scotland, 1813. 



Latter-day Pamphlets, 1850. 
Cablisle (Hon. and Right Rev. Samuel Walde- 

grave), 1817-1869. 
New Testament Millenarianism. 
Sermons. 
Caelyle (Thomas), of Dumfriesshire, in Scot- 
land, 1795-1881. (The most German of all 

our authors.) 
Chartism, 1839. 

French Revolution (The), 1837. 
Friedrich II., the Great, vol. i., ii., 1858 ; iii., iv.. 

1862. 
Heroes and Hero-worship, 1840. 
Life of Schiller, 1823-24; recast 1825. 
Life of John Sterling, 1851. (A model of 

biography.) 
Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches, 1845. 

(A master work.) 
Past and Present, 1843. 
Reminiscences, posthumous 1881. 
Sartor Resartus, or the Autobiography of Herr 

Teufelsdroekh of Weissnichtwo (i.e. Mr. 

Shoddy of Nowhere), 1833-34. 
Several translations, as Goethe's Wilhelm 

Meister, 1824; Legendre's Geometry, 1824, 

etc. ; and numerous articles for Heviews, 

Magazines, Encyclopcedias, etc. 

(His Life, by M. D. Conway, 1881 ; W. H. 

Wylie, 1881 ; Shepherd, 1881.) 
Cabnabvon (Henry Howard Mo lyneux Herbert. 

earl of), London, 1831- 
Druses of Mount Lebanon (The), 1860. 
Cabpenteb, LL.D. (Lant), bom at Kiddermic 

ster, in Worcestershire, 1780-1840. 
Harmony of the Gospels, 1835. 
Introduction to the Geography of the New 

Testament, 1805. 
Principles of Education, etc., 1820. 
Carpenter (Miss Mary), 1820-1877. 
Reformatory Schools for Children, 1851. 
Reformatory Schools and their Present Posi- 
tion, 1855. 
Cabpenteb (Nathaniel), of Devonshire, 1588- 

1628. 
Philosophia Libera, 1621. 
Carpenter, M.D., (William Benjamin), born at 

Bristol, 1813- 
Alcoholic Liquors (a prize essay), 1848. 
Popular Cyclopsedia of Science, 1843. 
Principles of General and Comparative Phy- 
siology, 1834. 
Principles of Human Physiology, 1846. (His 

best work.) 
Principles of Mental Physiology, 1874. 
Zoology, 1848. 
Cabpenteb (William Hookham), of London, 

1792-1866. 
Pictorial Notices of Vandyke and Rubens, 

1844. 
Cabte (Thomas), histm-ian, born at Clifton, in 

Warwickshire, 1686-1754. 
Catalogue of Gascon, Norman, and French 

Rolls, preserved in the Archives of the 

Tower, 1743. 
Collection of Letters and Memoirs concerning 

the Affairs of England, from 1641 to 1660, 

published 1730. 
History of England, 1747-1755. 
Life of James, Duke of Ormond, 1735-36. 

(Contains the beet account of the Irish 

rebellion.) 



CARTWRIGHT — CHALMERS. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. CAVENDISH — CHALMERS. 1165 



Cart-wright (George), born at Marnham, in 
Nottinghamshire, 1739-1819. 
Journal of Facts and i; vents during a Stay of 
Sixteen Years on the Coast of Labrador, 1792. 
Cartwright (John), born at Marnham, in Not- 
tinghamshire, 1740-1824. 
Independence of America considered as su- 
premely useful, etc., to Great Britain, 1774. 
Cartwright (William), poet, of Gloucester- 
shire, 1611-1643, 
Comedies and Poems, posthumous 1651. 
Ordinary (The), posthumous 1651. 
Royal Slave (The), a tragi-comedy, 1639. 
Signal Days of November (a poem), posthu- 
mous 1671. 
v^Iarvk (Thomas), priest, of Tipperary, in Ire- 
land, 1590-1664. 
Itinerarium, etc., 1C39-48. 
Lyra, 1666. 
Carver (Jonathan), traveller, bom at Still- 
water, in Connecticut, U.S., 1732-1780. 
Travels through the Interior Parts of North 

America, 1778. 
Treatise on the Culture of the Tobacco Plant, 
1779. 
Carwithen (John Bayly Somers), ecclesiastical 
historian, of Devonshire, 1781-1832. 
History of the Church of England, 1829-33. 
"Views of the Brahminical Religion, 1810. 
Gary (Rev. Henry Francis), born at Birming- 
ham, 1772-1844. 
Dante (translated), 1805-14. 
Gary, LL.D. (Robert), chronologist, bom at 
Cookington, in Devonshire, 1615-1683. 
Palaeologia Clironica, 1677. 
Caryl (Joseph), of London, 1602-1673. 
Commentary on Job, 1648-66. (A learned and 
judicious work.) 
Case, M.D. {John), philosopTier, 1529-1599. 
Apologia Musices, 1588. 
Speculum Moralium Quaestionum, 15S5. 
Sphaera Civitatis, 1588. 

Summa Veterum Interpretum in Universiim 
Dialecticam Aristotelis, 1592. (His chief 
work.) 
Cass (Ijewis), statesman, born at Exeter, in 
New Hampshire, U.S., 1782-1866. 
King, Court, and Government of France, 
1840. 
Castsll, D.D. (Edmund), orientalist, born in 
Cambridgeshire, 1606-1685. 
Lexicon Heptaglotton, 1669. (A lexicon to 
Walton's Polyglot, highly commended by 
Dr. A. Clarke.) 
Caswell (Henry), of Hampshire, 1810-1871. 
America and the American Church, 1839. 
City of the Mormons, 1842-43. 
Scotland and the Scottish Church, 1853. 
Western AVorld revisited (The), 1854. 
Cathcart (Sir George), general, born in London, 
1784-1854. 
Commentaries on the War in Russia and 
Germany, 1850. (A valuable work.) 
Cave, D.D. (William), bom at Pickwell, in 
Leicestershire, 1637-1713. 
Apostolici (Lives of the Apostles and 
Apostolic Fathers of the JBrst three cen- 
turies), 1677. 
Ecclesiastici (Lives of the Fathers of the 
fourth century), 1683. (These two were 
once standard works.) 



Primitive Christianity, 1672. 

Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Historia Lite« 

raria a Christo usque ad Saeculum XI V., 1 688- 

1698. 
Cavendish (George), a pseudonym. The Rev. 

J. Hunter published in 1814 a pamphlet, 

Who wrote Cavendish's Life of Wolsey f 
Life of Cardinal Vi-'olsey, 1825. (One of the 

best biographies in the language.) 
Cavendish (Sir William), gentleman usher to 

cardinal Wolsey, 1505-1557. 
Life and Death of Cardinal Wolsey, posthu- 
mous 1607. 
Centlivre (Susanna), dramatist, 1680-1723, 

(For her 19 plays, see Appendix III.) 
Challis (Rev, James), astronomer, 1803- 

Creation in Plan and Progress, 1861. 
Chalmers, F.R.S. (Alexander), of Aberdeen. 

1759-1834. 
British Essayist, 1803. 
English Poets, 1810. 
General Biographical Dictionary, 1812-17. (His 

chief work.) 
History of the Colleges, etc., of Oxford, 1810. 
Chalmers (David), of Ross-shire, in S'Otlaud, 

1530-1592. 
Discours de la Legitimee Succession des 

Femmes, etc., 1573. 
Histoire Abregee de tons les Roys de Francaa» 

d'Angleterre, etd'Ecosse, 1572. 
La Recherche des Singularites, etc., 1579. 
Chalmers (George), historical antiquary, bom 

at Fochabers, in Scotland, 1742-1825. 
Caledonia (historical and topographical), 1807- 

1824. (His great work.) 
Chronological Account of the Commerce and 

Coinage of Great Britain, 1810. 
Collection of Treaties between Great Britain 

and other Powers, 1790. (A good work.) 
Estimate of the Comparative Strength of 

Great Britain during the Present and the 

Four Preceding Reigns, 1782. 
Life of Daniel Defoe, 1785. 
Life of Mary Queen of Scots, 1818. 
Life of Thomas Ruddiman, 1794. 
Political Annals of the United Colonies, 1780. 
Use and Abuse of Endowments, 1827. 

(He had no appreciation of the internal 
evidence of style, seeing he pronounced 
Ireland's Vortigern and Rovjena to be 
decidedly Shakespeare's composition. Whereas 
it is no more like Shakespeare than Klopstock 
is like Milton.) 
Chalmehs, D.D. (Thomas), bora at Anstruther, 

in Scotland, 1780-1847. 
Adaptation of Nature to the Constitution of 

Man, 1833. (A Bridgewater Treatise.) 
Astronomical Discourses, 1817. (Best known of 

all his works.) 
Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns, 

1819, 1823, 1826. 
Ecclesiastical and Literary Endowments, 1827. 
Inquiry into the Extent and Stability of the 

National Resources, 1808. 
Lectures in Defence of Church Establish- 
ments, 1838. 
Political Economy, 1831. 

(His Life, by Dr. W. Hanna, 1851.) 
Chalmers (William), of Aberdeen, 1600- 1678. 
Ecclesiastical History of Scotland, 1C43. 
Selects Disputationes Philosophies, 1630. 



1166 CHALONER — CHAPMAN. APPENDIX I. CHANDLER— CHAPMAN. 



Chaloner (Sir Thomas), of Loudon, 1515- 

1565. 
De Republica Anglorum, instauranda, 1579. 
Chambeklayne (Edward), born at Odiiigton, in 

Gloucestershire, 1616-1V03. 
AngliiB Notitia, 1667. 
Present AVarre parallel'd (The), 1647. 
Chamberlatne, F.R.S. (John), 1663-1724. 
Oratio Dominica in diversas omnium fere 

Gentium Linguas Versa, 1715. 
Chambers (Ephraini), born at Kendal, in West- 
moreland, 1680-1740. 
Cyclopiudia, 1728. 
Chambers, LL.D. (Robert), born at Peebles, in 

Scotland, 1802-1871. 
Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotch- 

xAcn, 1832-35. 
Book of Days (The), 1863-64. (His best work.) 
Histories of Scottish Rebellion, 1826. 
Life cf James T., 1827. 
Scottish Ballads and Songs, 1829. 
Picture of Scotland, 1827. 
Popular Rhymes of Scotland, 1826. 
Traditions of Edinburgh, 1823-30. 
Chambers, LL.D. (William), brother of the 

above, 1800- 
Ailie Gilroy (a novel), 1872. 
Book of Scotland, 1830. 
History of Peeblesshire, 1864. 
Memoir of Robert Chambers, 1872. 

The 7'700 Brothers. 
Ancient Sea Margins, 1848. 
Cyclopaedia of English Literature, 1843-44. 
]')omestic Annals of Scotland, 1858. 
Essays, 1866. 

Edinburgh Journal, started 1832. 
Information for the People, commenced 1834. 
Gazetteer of Scotland, 1829-30. 
Chambers (Sir William), architect, born at 

Stockholm, but settled in London, 1726-1796. 
Plans, etc., of the Gardens and Buildings at 

Kew. 1765. 
Treatise on Civil Architecture, 1759-68. 
Chamier (Frederic), novelist (chiefly sea stories), 

of London, 1796-1870. 
Arethusa (The), 1836. 
Ben Brace, 1835. 
Jack Adams, 1838. 
Life of a Sailor (The), 1834. 
Passion and Principle, 1843. 
Tom Bowline, 1839. 
Trevor Hastings, 1841. 

(He also published, in 1849, a review of the 
French Revolution of 1848.) 
Chandler (Edward), bishop of Durham, bom 

in Dublin, 1670-1750. 
Defence of Christianity, 1725. 
Vindication of the "Defence," 1728. (A 

masterly work.) 
Chandler, D.D. (Richard), arch(Bologist, of 

Hampshire, 1738-1810. 
History of Ilium, 1802. 
Insciiptiones Antiquas, etc., 1774. (A standard 

work.) 
Ionian Antiquities, 1769 (with Revett and 

l^ars). 
Life of AVilliam Waynfiete, 1811. 
Marmora Oxoniensia, 1763. 
Travels in Asia Minor, 1775. (Valuable es- 
pecially to antiquaries.) 
Tra\tls iu Greece, 17(6. 



Chandler, D.D. (Samuel), born at Hungerford, 

in Berkishire, 1693-1766. 
Critical History of the Life of David, 1766. 

(His best work, and very excellent.) 
History of Persecution, 1736. 
Reflections on the Conduct of Modern Deists, 

1727. 
Vindication of the Christian Religion, 1725. 
Witnesses of the Resurrection, etc., 1744. 

(His Life, by Thomas Amory.) 
Channing, D.D. (William EUery), born at New- 
port, U.S., 1780-1842. 
Cliaracter and Writings of Fenelon, 1829. 
C;haracter and Writings of Milton, 1826. 
Essay on National Literature, 1823. 
Essay on Self-culture, 1638. 

(His Life, by AV. H. Channing, 1848.) 
Channing (William Ellery), poet, born at Bos- 
ton, U.S., 1818- 
Near Home (a poem), 1858. 
Poems, 1843, 1847. 
Wanderer (The), a poem, 1872. 
Woodman (The), a poem, 1849. 
Injjrose : Thoreau, the Poet-Naturalist, 1873, 
Chantrey (Sir Francis), sculptor, born at Jor- 

danthorpe, in Derbyshire, 1781-1841. 
Sleeping Children, 1817. 

(His Life, by Jones, 1850 ; Holland, 1851.) 
Chapin (Rev. Edward), born at Union Village, 

in New York county, U.S., 1814- 
Humanity in the City, 1852. 
Moral Aspects of City Life, 1853. 
True Manliness, 1854. 
Chapman (Dr. George), poet, born at Hitching 

Hill, in Hertfordshire, 1557-1634. 
Dramas. 
All Fooles (a comedy), 1005. 
Andromeda Liberata, 1614. 
Ball (The), 1632 (with Shirley). 
Blinde Beggar of Alexandria (comedy), 1598. 
Bussy d'Ambois (a tragedy), 1607. 
Caesar and Ponipey (a tragedy), 1621. 
Conspiracie of Charles, Duke of Byron (a 

tragedy), 1608. 
Eastward Hoe (a comedy), 1605. 
Gentlemen Usher (The), 1606. 
Humerous Dayes Myrth (An), 1599. 
May Day, a Wittie Comedie, 1611. 
Memorable Maske of the Two Honorable Inns 

of Court, 1614. 
Monsieur d'Olive (a comedy), 1606. 
Revenge for Honour (a tragedy), posthumous 

1654. 
Revenge of Bussy d'Ambois (tragedy), 1613. 
Second Maiden's Tragedy, posthumous 1655 

(composed before 1620). 
Tragedie of Chabot, Admirall of France, 

posthumous 1639. 
Tragedie of Alphonsus, Emperor of Germany, 

posthumous 1654. 
Two AVise Men and all the Rest Fooles, 1619. 
Widowes Teares (The), a comedy, 1612. 

Translations. 
Hesiod, 1612. 
Homer's Uiad, 1603. 
Homer's Odyssey, 1614. 
Juvenal, Satire v., 1629. 
Musffius, 1616. 

Miscellaneous. 
Epicede (An\ or Funerall Song on Henry, 

Prince of AVales, 1612. 



CHAPMAN — CHETTLE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, chauncy— chettle. 1167 



Eugenia, or True Nobilities Trance. 1614. 

Euthymiae Raptus, or the Tears of Peace, 
1609. 

Ovid's Banquet of Sense, 1595. 

Pro Vere Autunmi Laclirymfe, 1622. 

Shield of Achilles ( I'he), 1596. 

Skianuktos, or Shadow of Night, 1595. 
Chapman (Matthew James), poet, 1786-1865. 

BarbaJoes, and other Poems, 1833. 

Hebrew Idylls and Dramas, 18B6. 

Translations of Bion, Moschus, and Theo- 
critus. 
CHAPMA>f (Thomas), born at Billingham, in 
Durham, 1717-1760. 

Essay on the Koman Senate, 1750. 
Chapone (Mrs. Hester), 1727-1801. 

Letters on the Improvement of the Mind, 
1773. 

Miscellanies, in Prose and Verse, 1775. 
Chappelow (Leonard), orientalist, 1083-1768. 

Commentary on the Book of Job, 1752. 

Elementa Lingu« Arabicae, 1730. 
CHarke (Mrs.), maiden name Charlotte Cibber, 
youngest daughter of Colley Cibber, *-1760. 

Art of Management (a satire on Fleetwood ; a 
dramatic piece), 1735. 

History of Henry Dumont and Charlotte 
Pjvelyn (no date). 

Narrative of [her own] Life, 1755. 
Charlesworth (Maria Louisa), 1830- 

Ministry of Life (The), 1858. 

Sabbath Given (The), 1854. 

Sabbath Lost (The), 1856. 

Sailor's Choice (The), 1863. 
Charletox, M.D. (Walter), bom at Shepton 
Mallet, in Somersetshire, 1619-1707. 

Chorea Gigantum (an account of Stonehenge), 
1663. 

Enquiries into Human Nature, 1680. 

Natural History of Nutrition, etc., 1658. 

Onomasticon Zoicon, etc., 1668-71. 

Physiologia Epicuro-gassendo-charletoniana, 
1654. 
Chattbrtok (Thomas), poet, of Bristol, 1752- 
1770. 

Rowley Correspondence begins 1768. 
Posthumous. 

Godwin (a tragedy), posthumous 1771. 

Miscellanies (in prose and verse), 1778. Sup- 
plement, 1784. 

Poems, 1771. (The lament in JElla is unsur- 
passed in tenderness.) 

Rowley Pieces in a Collective Form, 1777. 
(His Life, by Dr. Gregory, 1789 ; Davis, 

1809; John Dix, 1837; Martin, 1865; Dr. D. 

AVilson, 1869 ; Masson, 1875 ; Bell, 1875.) 
Chaucer (Geoffrey), called "The Father of 
English Poetry," born in London, 1328- 
1400. 

Boke of Cupid, or the Cuckow and the Night- 
ingale, 1364; first printed 1532. 

Boke of Fame (The), printed by Caxton, no 
date; by Pynson, 1526. 

Boke of the Duchesse (The), 1371 ; printed 
1532. 

Canterbury Tales (The), 1383; printed by 
Caxton, 1475. (His best work.) 

Compleynte of a Loveres Lyfe (The), 13fi2. 

Corapleynte of Chaucer to his Purse (The), 
1377 .; first printed 1532. 

Compleynte of Mars and Venus (The). 1364. 



Flower and the Leaf (The), first printed 1593. 
House of Fame (The), 1373; first printed 1532. 
Jacke Upland, first printed 1602. 
Parlement of Briddes, or Assembly of Fowlea 

(The), 1358 ; or Scipio's Dream, printed by 

Wynkyn de Worde, 1530. 
Ploughman's Tale (The), first printed 1542. 
Praise of Women (A), 1366; first printed 1532. 
Romaunt of the Rose (The), 1360 ; printed 1532. 
Treatise on the Astrolabie, 1391-92. 
Troy 1 us and Creseyde, 1369 ; printed by Cax- 
ton, no date; Wynkyn de Worde, 1517. 

(His Life, by J. Urry, 1721 ; Godwin, 1804 ; 

Todd, 1810; Singer, 1822; Schmitz, 1841; sir 

H. Nicholas, 1843; R. Bell, 1855 ; Skeat, 1878.) 

Chauncy (Sir Henry), antiquari/, 1632-1719. 

Historical Antiquities of Hertfordshire (The), 

1700. (An excellent county history.) 
Chavasse (Pye H.), 19th century. 
Advice to a Mother on the Management of her 

Children, 1849. 
Advice to a "Wife on the Management of her 

Own Health, 1850. 
' Aphorisms on Mental Culture and Training 

of a Child, 1870. 
Counsel to a Mother on the Care and Rearing 

of her Children, 1863. 
Cheever, D.D. (George Barrell), born at Hallo- 
well, Maine, U.S., 1807- 
Capital Punishment (On), 1843. 
Commonplace Books (prose and verse), 1828- 

1829. 
Lectures on Pilgrim's Progress, 1844. 
God against Slavery, 1857. 
Hill Difficulty (The), 1847. 
Pilgrim Fathers (Tlie), 1848. 
Powers of the World to Come, 1853. 
Studies in Poetry, 1830. 
Voices of Nature, 1852, 1863. 
Voyage to the Celestial Country, 1860. 
Wanderings of a Pilgrim, 1845-46. 
Windings of the River of the Water of Life, 

1849. 
Cheselden (William), anatomist, born at Bar- 
row-on- the- Hill, in Leicestershire, 1688- 

1752. 
Anatomy of the Human Body (a text-book), 

1713. 
Osteology, or Anatomy of the Bones, 1733. 
Treatise on the Operation for the Stone, 1 723. 
Chesney (Francis Ravvdon), born at Ballyrea, 

in Ireland, 1787-1872. 
Narrative of the Euphrates Expedition, 1868. 
On Fire-arms, 1852. 

Russo-Turkish Campaigns of 1828-29, pub- 
lished 1854. 
Survey of the Euphrates and Tigris, 1850. 
Che.sterfield (Philip Dormer Stanhope, earl 

of), born in London, 1694-1773. 
Letters to his Son, posthumous 1774; supphs 

ment, 1777 (best known by). 
Miscellanies, posthumous 1777. 

(His Life, by Dr. Maty, 1777-78.) 
Chettle (Henry), dramatist, a1x)ut 1535-1610. 
Doleful Ditty of the Lord Darby, 1567. 
Hoffman (a tragedy), 1631. 
Kinde-Harts Dreame, 1593. 
Piers Plainnes Seaven Yeres Prentiship, 1595. 
Popes Pitiiiull Lamentation (The), 1603. 

%* He wrote, or assisted in writing, 200 
plays, 



1168 CHEVALLIER CIBBER. 



APPENDIX I. 



CHRISTISON — CIBBEU. 



Chevallier (Rer. Temple), 1794-1873. 

Sermons. 

Translations of the Epistles of Clement of 
Rome ; Ignatius ; Polycarp, etc. 
Cheyne, M.D. (George), ol Scotland, 1671-1742. 

Account of himself and his Cures, posthu- 
mous 1743. 

English Malady (The), 1733. 

Essay on Health and Long Life, 1725. 

Observations on Gout, 1722. 

On Fluxions, 1703. 

Philosophical Principles of Natural Religion, 
1715. 

Theory of Fevers, 1702. 
Chetneli, (Francis), born at Oxford, 1608- 
1665. 

Chillingworthi Novissima, 1644. 

Rise, Growth, and Danger of Socinianism, 
1643. 
Child (Sir Josiah), writer on political economy, 
1630-1699. 

Brief Observations concerning Trade and the 
Interest of Money, 1668. (His chief work.) 

New Discourse of Trade, 1690. 

Treatise proving that the Abatement of In- 
terest on Money is the Effect and not the 
Cause of the Riches of a Nation, 1751. 
CHiLD(Mrs.), maiden name Lydia Maria Francis, 
bom at Medford, U.S., 1802- 

Autumnal Leaves, 1860. 

Fact and Fiction, 1846. 

Flowers for Children, 1852. 

Hobomok, a Story of the Pilgrims, 1824. 

Isaac T. Hopper, a True Life, 1853. 

Looking towards Sunset, 1860. 

Philothea, a Greek Romance, 1836. 

Progress of Religious Ideas, etc., 1855. 

Rebels (The), 1825. 

Romance of the Republic (A), 1867. 
Chillingworth (William), born at Oxford, 
1602-1644. 

Religion of Protestants a Way to Salvation, 
1638. 

Unlawfulness of resisting the Lawful Prince, 
1642. 
(His Life, by F. Cheynell, 1644, a vile 

calumny ; Dr. Birch, 1742.) 
Chishull (Edmund), antiquary, of Bedford- 
shire, 1680-1733. 

Antiquitates Asiaticse, etc., 1728. 
Chitty (Joseph), jurist, 1776-1841. 

Reports, 1820-23. (Highly valued by law- 
yers.) 
%* He also wrote practical treatises on 

criminal law, the laws of commerce, medical 

jurisprudence, pleading, etc. 
Chorlet (Henry l^othergill), musical critic, of 
Lancashire, 1808-1872. 

Authors of England, 1838. 

Modem German Music, 1854. 

Memorials of Mrs. Hemans, 1836. 

Music and Manners in France and Germany, 
1841. 

Thirty Years of Musical Recollections, 1862. 
Christie (James), antiquary, 1773-1831. 

Disquif.ition on Etruscan Vases, 1806. 

Disquisition on Painted Greek Vases, 1825. 

Essay on the Earliest Species of Idolatry, 
1814. 

Inquiry into the Game of Palamedes, 1801. 

inquiry into Greek Sculpture, 1832. 



Christison, M.D. (Robert), of Scotland, 1797- 
1882. 

Biography of Edward Turner, M.D., 183T, 

Dispensatory (The), 1842. 

On Granular Degeneration of the Kidneys, 
1839. 

Treatise on Poisons, 1829. 
Chubb (Thomas), dtist, born at East Harnham, 
in Wiltshire, 1679-1746. 

Doctrine of Vicarious Suffering refuted. 

On Future Judgment and Eternal Punish- 
ment, posthumous 1748. 

Supremacy of God the Father vindicated, 1715. 

Tracts, 1727, 1730. 

True Gospel of Jesus asserted (The), 1715. 

Posthumous Works, 1748. 
Church (The Very Rev. Richard William), 
1815- 

Beginning of the Middle Ages, 1877. 

Civilization before and after Christianity, 1372. 

Human Life and its Conditions (sermons), 
1876-78. 

Influences of Christianity upon National Cha- 
racter, 1873. 

Sacred Poetry of Early Religions, 1874. 
Churchill (Rev. Charles), satirist, born at 
Westminster, 1731-1764. 

Satires in Verse. 

Apology to Critical Reviewers, 1761. 

Author (The), 1763. (His best satire.) 

Conference (The), 1763. 

Candidate (The), 1764. 

Duellist (The), 1763. 

Epistle to Hogarth, 1764. 

Farewell (The), 1762. 

Ghost (The), 1762. (Against Dr. Johnson.) 

Gotham (three books), 1763. 

Independence, 1764. 

Night, an Epistle to Lloyd, 1762. 

Prophecy of Famine (a political squib), 1762. 

Rosciad (The), on actors and managers, 1761. 

Scot's Pastoral (A). 

Times (The), 1764. 
(His Life, by W. Tooke, 1804.) 
Churchyard ( rhomas), poet, born at Shrews- 
bury, 1520-1604. 

Challenge (The), 1593. 

Chippes (contayning 12 labours), 1565. 

Davie Dicar's Dream (in verse), 1562-63. 

Description of the Wofull Warres in Flaunders, 
1578. 

Discourse of Rebellion, 1570. 

Miserie of Flaunders, etc., 1579. 

Pleasaunte Laborinth (A), 1580. 

Warning to the Wise, 1580. 

Worthines of Wales, 1587. 
%* And scores of others. 
(His Life, by G. Chalmers, 1817.) 
Churton (Ven. Edward), 1800-1874. 

Early English Church (The), 1840. 

V indiciae Ignatii, 1852. 
CiBBER (Colley), dramatic poet, of London, 1671- 
1757. 

Apology for hia own Life, 1740. (Most 
amusing.) 

Works, 1721. 
*:^* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
Gibber (Theophilus"), biographer and dramatic 
author, 1103-11 58. 

Apology for the Life of Mr. T. C, comedia. 
1740. 



CLAPPERTON CARKSON. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. CLARKE— CI.ARKSON. 1109 



Auction (The), a farce, 1757. 

Civil Wars of Henry VI. (The), a tragedy, 
1724. 

Harlot's Progress (The), an extravagan/a, 
1733. 

Lives of Eminent Actors and Actresses, 1753. 

Lives of British and Irish Poets, 1753. 

Lover (The\ a comedy, 1730. 

Pattie and Peg}^ (a ballad opera), 1730. 
Clapperton (Hugh), African traveller, born at 
Annan, in Scotland, 1783-1827. 

Travels and Discoveries in Northern and 
Central Africa, 1826 ; a Second Expedition, 
1829 ; a Final Expedition, 1830. 
Clakicarde (marquis of), born in London, 
1604-1659. 

Memoirs concerning the Affairs of Ireland, 
from 1640 to 1653, posthumous 1722. 
Clare {John), poet, of I'eterborough, 179.3-1864. 

Moments of Forgetfulness (in verse), 1824. 

Poems descriptive of Rural Life, 1820. 

Shepherd's Calendar, and other Poems, 1827. 

Rural Muse (The), 1835. 

Village Minstrel (Tiie), 1821. 
0LA.REKDOX (Edward Hyde, earl of), lord chan- 
cellor, historian, born at Dinton, in Wilt- 
shire, 1608-1674. 

Brief View of the Dangerous Errors in Hobbes's 
Leviathan, 1676. 

History of the Grand Rebellion, posthumous 
1702^; continuation 1759. 

His own Life, posthumous 1759. 
Ci^ARENDON (Henry Hyde, second earl of), lord 
lieutenant of Ireland, born at Dintou, in 
Wiltshire, 1638-1709. 

History of the Rebellion and Civil War in 
England, posthumous 1702-4. (One of the 
best histories in the language.) 

Letters on the Affairs of the Times, posthu- 
mous 1763. 
(His Life, by T. H. Lister, 1838.) 
CLARrDGE (John), called " The Shepherd of Ban- 
bury," 17th century. 

Shepherd's Legacy (The), or Weather Rules, 
1670. (Showing how to forecast the weather 
by observing the moon, the stars, the mist, 
the rainbow, the clouds, and the winds. 
How to keep sheep sound, and how to cure 
the rot.) 
Clark, F.R.S. (Sir James), born in Banffshire, 
Scotland, 1788-1870. 

Pulmonary Consumption, 1835. 

Sanative Influence of Climate, 1829. 
Clarke, LL.D. (Adam), orientalist, of Ireland, 
1762-1832. 

Bibliographical Dictionary, 1802; supple- 
ment, 1806. 

Commentary on the Holy Scriptures, 1810-26. 
*^* He edited and enlarged the Fcedera, but 

not with good judgment. 
(His Life, by J. B. B. Clarke, 1833; Dr. 

Etheridge, 1858 ; S. Dunn, 1863.) 
Clarke (Charles Cowden), born at Enfield, in 
Middlesex, 1787-1877. 

Moliere Characters, 1865. 

Shakespeare Characters (chiefly subordinate), 
1863. 

Tales from Chaucer, 1833. 
Gierke (Mrs. Cowden), maiden name Mary No- 
vello, wife of Charles Cowden Clarke, 1809- 

Adventures of Kit Bam, Mariner, 1848. 



Complete Concordance to the Works of 

Shakespeare (A), 1845. (A great work, 

well done.) 
Girlhood of Shakespeare's Heroines (The), 

1850. 
Iron Cousin (The), a novel, 1854. 
Many Happy Returns of the Day (a birthday 

book), 1860. 
Rambling Story (A). 1874. 
Song of a Drop of Water, etc., 1856. 
Trust and Remittance (love stories in poetic 

prose), 1873. 
World-noted Women, 1857. 
Clarke, LL.D. (Edward Daniel), traveller, born 

at Willington, in Sussex, 1769-1822. 
Tomb of Alexander (The), 1805. 
Travels, 1810-23. (One of the best books of 

travels in the language.) 
Travels through Denmark. Sweden, Norway, 
England, etc., posthumous 1819-24. 

(His Life, by bishop Otter, 1824.) 
Clarke, D.D. (James Freeman), bora in Han- 
over, a Unitarian pastor in Boston, U.S., 

1810- 
Christian Doctrine of F'orgiveness (The), 1852. 
Christian Doctrine of Prayer (The), 1854. 
Essentials and Non-essentials in Religion, 

1878. 
Orthodoxy, 1866. 
Steps of Belief, 1870. 
Ten Great Religions (The), 1870. 
Clarke, D.D. (James St^mier), *-1834. 
Life of James II., from Memoirs written by 

himseif, 1816. 
Life of Lord Nelson, from his Lordship's 

MSS., 1809. 
Naufragia, or Historical Memoirs of Ship- 
wrecks, 1805. 
Progress of Maritime Discoveries, 1803. 
Clarke (Robert), 1801- 

Manners and Customs of Liberated Africans, 

1855. 
Clarke (Rev. Samuel), ejected nonconforir'st, 

biographer, 1599-1689. 
General Martyrologie, 1677. 
Lives of Sundry Eminent Persons, part i. 

divines; part ii. nobility and gentry, 1683. 
Looking glass for Saints, 1671. 
Marrow of Ecclesiastical History (The), part i. 

Christ and the Fathers ; part ii. Christian 

monarchs, 1650. 
Clarke, D.D. (Samuel), of Norwich, 1675-1729. 
Being and Attributes of God (The), 1704. 

(His best work.) 
Evidences of Natural and Revealed Religion, 

1703. 
Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity, 1712. 

Literal translations. 
CiEsar's Commentaries, 1712. 
Homer's Iliad, 1729-32. 
Works Collected, 1738. 

(His Life, by bishop Hoadly, 1738; W. 
Whiston, 1748.) 
Clarke (William), antiquary, of Shropshire, 

1696-1771. 
Connexion of the Roman, Saxon, and English 

Coins, 1767. 
Clarkson (Thomas), philanthropic, ooiu at 

Wisbeach, in Cambridgeshire, 1760-1846. 
History of the Ab:l:tion of the Slave Trade, 

1808. 

4 V 



1170 



CLAYTON COKAINE. 



APPENDIX I. CLUTTERBUCK — COKAINE. 



Memoirs of William Ppnn. 1813. 
Portraiture of Quakerism, 1806. 

(His Life, by Thomas Taylor.) 
Clayton TEllen Creathorne), of Dublin, *- 
Celebrated Women, 1860. 
Cruel Fortune (a. novel), 1805. 
Crying for Vengeance (a novel), 1877. 
Female Artists. 1876. 
Miss Milly Moss (a tale), 1862. 
Notable Women, 1860. 
Playing for Love (a novel), 1876. 
Queens of Song, 1863. 
Women of the Reformation, 1861. 
Clayton (Uobert), bishop of Cloghcr, 1695- 

1758. 
Chronology of the Hebrew Bible vindicated, 

1747. (A work of great merit.) 
Essay on Spirit, 1751. 

Introduction to the History of the .fews, 1746. 
Clemens (Samuel Langhorne), pseudonym 

"Mark Twain," /tumoriii, born at Florida, 

U.S., 1835- 
An Idle Excursion, 1878. 
Gilded Age (Tlie), a comedy, 1874. 
Innocents Abroad (The), 1869. 
Jumping Frog (The), 1867. 
Prince and Pauper, 1881. 
Roughing it, 1872. 
Tom Sawyer, 1876. 
Tramp Abroad, 1880. 
Clerk (John), born at Eldin, in ScjMand, 1730- 

1812. 
Essay on Naval Tactics, etc., 1782. 
Clevkland (Charles Dexter), l)orn at Salem, in 

Massachusetts, U.S., 1802-1869. 
Compendium of English Literature, 1848. 
Epitome of Grecian Antiquities, 1»27. 
Cleveland (John), poet, born at Loughborough, 

in Leicestershire, 1613-1658. 
Poems, 1651, 1654, 1657. 
Works, posthumous 1687. (Once much more 

esteemed than Milton.) 
CiJFFOKU (Arthur), 1788-1830. 
ClifFordla Collectanea, 1817. 
Historical and Topographical Description of 

the Parish of Tixall, etc., 1817. 
State Papers, etc., of Sir Ralph Sadlor, 

1809. 
Clinx (George), painter and engraver, of Lon- 
don, 1770-1854. 
Death of Nelson, 1807. 
Kemble Family, 1809. 
Portraits of Kean, Kemble, Liston, etc. 
Clinton (Henry Fyncs), chronologist, horn 

at Gamston, in Nottinghamshire, 17&1- 

1852. 
Epitome of Rome and Constantinople, 1853. 
Fasti Hellenici, 1824-34. (A standard work.) 
Fasti Romani, 1845-50. (A standard work.l 

(His Life, by himself, edited by C. J. F. 
Clinton, 1854.) 
Clocgh (Arthur Hugh), jpoef, born at Liverpool, 

1819-1861. 
Ambarvalia, 1840. 
Amours de Voyage, 1840. 
Bothie of Tober-na-Vuolicb, 1848. 
Dipsychus, 1840. 
Mari Magno, 1840. 
Poems and Essavs, posthumous 1871. 

(His I-ife, by F. T. Palgrave, 1863; A. Sy- 
mondt!, IS?!.") 



Clutteiibuck (Robert), antiquary, bom Id 
Hertfordshire, 1772-1831. 

History and Antiquities of Hertfordshire, 
1815-27. 
CoBBE (Frances Power), born in the county of 
Dublin, 1822- 

Broken Lights, 1864. 

Cities of the Past, 1864. 

Confe>slons of a Lost Dog, 1867. 

Criminals, Idiots, Women, and Minors. 1869. 

Darwinism in Morals, 1872. 

Dawning Lights, 1868. 

I'^ssays on the Pursuits of Women, 1863. 

Female Education, 1862. 

Friendless Girls and How to Help Them, 1861. 

Hours of Work and Play, 1867. 

Moral Aspects of Vivisection, 1877 

Red Flag in John Bull's Eye (The), 1863. 

Re-echoes, 1876. 

Religious Duty, 1864. 

Studies of Ethical and Social Subjects, 1865. 

Thanksgiving, 1863. 

"Workhouse as an Hospital (The), 1861. 
Cobbett (William), born at Farnham, in Surrey. 
1762-1835. 

Advice to Young Men, 1831. 

Cottage Economy, 1822. 

English Grammar, 1819. 

French Grammar, 1824. 

History of the Protestant Reformation in 
England, etc., 1810. 

Ltgacy to Labourers, 1834. 

Legacy to Parsons, 1835. 

Paper against Gold, 1817. 

Parliamentary History of England, 1803^ 

Political Registers, 1802-13. 

I'oor Man's Friend (The), 1826. 

Rural Rides, 1830. 

\Veekly Register, 1802-35. 

"Works of Peter Porcupine, 1801. 

Year's Residence in the United States, 1818-19. 
(His Life, by Huish, 1835 ; by his son, 1837 ; 

by Smith, 1878.) 
CoHBOLD (Rev. Richard), 1797-1877. 

Margaret Catchpole (historical novel), 1845. 

Young Man's Home (The), 1849. 
Cochrane (Alexander Dundas Ross Wishart 
Baillie), 1814- 

F'rnest Vane, 1849. 

Florence the Beautiful, 1854. 

Francis I., and other Historic Studies, 1870. 

Morea (The), a poem (2nd edition), 1841. 

Young Italy, 1850. 
Cochrane (John Dundas), traveller, 1780- 
1825. 

Narrative of a Pedestrian Journey through 
Russia and Siberian Tartary, 1824. 
CocKBURN (Henry Thomas, lord), Edinburgn, 
1779-1854. 

Life of Lord Jeffrey, 1852. 

Memorials of his Time, posthumous 1856. 
Cocker (Edward), arithmetician, London, 163»- 
1677. 

Arithmetick, 1654. 

Penna Volans, 1660. 

Pen's Triumph, 1657. 
Cokaixe (Sir Aston), poet, 1608-1684 

Chaine of Golden Poems (A), 1658. 

Choice Poems, 1669. 

Obstinate Lady (The), a comedy, 1657. 

Ovid (a tragedy), 1669. 



COKE— coLERinoE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



COLERIDGE. 



1171 



Plays, 1669. 
Small Poems, 1658. 

Trapolin, a supposed Prince (a play), 165^. 
"VsKK (Sir Edward), chief justice of Kugland, 

born at Milenam, in Norfolk, 1551-1633. 
Boole of Entries, 1614. 
Complete Copyholder, posthumous 1640. 
Institutes, part i. (Coke upon Littleton j, 1623 ; 

part 11. (iMagna Charta), posthumous 1642 ; 

part ill. (High Treason), posthumous 1644 ; 

part iv. (Jurisdiction of Courts), posthumous 

1644. 
Reading on Fines, posthumous 1662. 
Reports, 1600-15. 
Coke (Hon. Henry John), 1827- 

Ride over the Rocky Mountains, etc., 1852. 
Vienna in 1848. 
Will and a Way (A), 1858. 
CoLDEX (Cadwallader), natural philosopher, 

bom at Dunse, in Scotland, 1688-1776. 
History of the Five Indian Nations, 1747. 
PlantJB Novjeboracenses, 1743-44. 
CoLK, A.R.A. (Vicat), landscape painter, born 

at Portsmouth, in Hampshire, 1833- 
Alps at Rosenlaui (The), 1878. 
Arundel, 1877. 
August Days, 1881. 
Autumn Gold, 1871. Autumn, 1880. 
Day's Decline (The), 1876. 
Decline of Day (The), 1864. 
Evening, 1870. 
Evening Rest, 1866. 
Floating down to Camelot, 1869. 
Hay-time, 1873. 

Heart of Surrey (the county), 1S74. 
Isle of Skye, 1875. 
Loch Scavaig, 1875. 

Misty Morning, 1874. Morning Mist, 1880. 
Noon, 1872. 

Pause in the Storm at Sunset (A), 1869. 
Richmond Hill, 1875. 
St. Bride's Bay (a storm at sea), 1867. 
Showery Day (A), 1878. 
Silver Thames (The), 1880. 
Spring-time, 1865. 

Summer Flowers, 1869. Ditto Noon, 1875, 
Summer Rains, 1873. Ditto Showers, 1877. 
Summer's Golden Crown, 1866. 
Sunlight Lingering on Autumn "Woods, 1860. 
Sunshine Showers, 1870. 
Surrey Pastoral (A), 1878. 
Cole (William), botanist, 1626-1662. 

Adam in Eden, or a History of Plants, Herbs, 

and Flowers, 1657. 
Art of Simpling (The), i.e. where to gatlier 

plants, 1656. 
CoLEBROOKE (Henry Thomas), orientalist, Lon- 
don, 1765-1837. 
Amera Cosha, etc., 1808. 
Digest of Hindu Law on Contracts and Suc- 
cessions, 1797. 
Essays, 1«37. 

Grammar of the Sanscrit Language, 1805. 
Remarks on the Agriculture and Commerce 

of Bengal, 1806. 
CoLENSO, D.D. (John William), bishop of Natal, 

1814- 
Criticism on The Speak^f's Commentary, 1871. 
Epistle to the Romans (The), I86I. 
Lectures on the Pentateuch, 1873. 
Natal Sermons, 1<J66. 



Pentateuch and Book of Joshua critically 
examined (The), 1062-72. 

Ten Weeks in Natal, 1855. 

Village Sermons, 1853. 
Coleridge (Rev. Derwent), son of S. T. Cole- 
ridge the poet, born at Keswick, in Cumber' 
land. 1800- 

Life of Praed, 1864. 

Scriptural Character of the English Chuion, 
1839. 
Coleridge (Hartley), son of S. T. Coleridge the 
poet, boru at Clevedon, near Bristol, 1736- 
1849. 

Biographia Borealis (prose). 1833. 

Life of Andrew Marvell, 1835. 

Life of Massinger. 

Marginalia, posthumous 1851. 

Poems, 1833. 

Worthies of Yorkshire and Lancashire, 1836. 
(His best prose work.) 
(His Life, by his brother, Derwent Coleridge, 

1851.) 
Coleridge (Henry Nelson), 1800-1843. 

Introduction to the Study of the Greek Classic 
Poets, 1830. 

Six Months in the West Indies, 1825. 

Specimens of the Table Talk of S. T. Coleridge, 
1835. 
Coleridge (Samuel Taylor), an intellectual 
torso, born at Ottery St. Mary, in Devon- 
shire, 1772-1834. 

Poetry and Fiction . 

Ancient Mariner (in seven parts), 1798. (His 
best poem.) 

Christabel, part i. 1797, part ii. 1800; pub- 
lished 1816. 

Fall of Robespierre (a drama), 1794. 

Kubla Khan (a vision), 1816. 

France (an ode), 1798. 

Ode to the Departed Year, 17^6. 

Poems, 1796. 

Raven (a Christmas tale), posthumous 1848. 

Religious Musings, 1796. 

Remorse (a tragedy), la 13. 

Sibylline Leaves, 1817. 

Translation of Wallenstein, 1800. 

Zapola (a Christmas tale in two parts), 1817. 
Frose. 

Aids to Reflection, 1825. 

Biographia Literaria, 1817. (His chief prose 
work.) 

Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit, posthu- 
mous 1840. 

Constitution of Church and State, 1830. 

Essays on his own Times, posthumous 1850. 

Friend (The), 27 numbers, 1809-10. 

Lay Sermons, 1816-17. 

Notes and Lectures on Shakespeare, etc., 
posthumous 1849. 

Table Talk, posthumous 1835. 

Theory of Life, posthumous 1849. 

Treatise on aiethod, posthumous 1848. 

Watchman (The), a weekly miscellany (10 
parts), 1796. 
(His Life, by J. Gillman, 1838; Cottle, 
1847.) 
Coleridge (Sara), born at Keswick, in Cumber- 
land, 1803-1852. 

Account of the Abipones, etc. (translation), 
1822. 

Phantasmion (a fairy tale), 1837. 



1172 



COLES — COLLINS. 



APPENDIX I. 



COLLINS. 



Coles (Elisha), lexicographer, 1640-1716. 

Dictiniiary (A), English- Latiu auJ Latin- 
English, 1677. 

Engli^h Dictionary (An), 1706. 

Nomenclatura Ti-ilinguis, or an Anglo-Latino- 
Graica, 1707, 

Shorthand, 1674. 
COLET, D.D. (John), dean of St. Paul's, Loudon, 
1466-1519. 

Construction of the Eight Parts of Speech, etc., 
posthumous 1530. 

Rudimenta Grammatices, 1510. 

(His Life, by T Fuller, 1693; Dr. Samuel 

Knight, 1726 ; Erasmus in Phcenix, vol. ii.) 
CoLGAN (John), an Irish mendicant, hagiolugist, 
1590-1658. 

Acta Sanctorum . . . Scotiae seu Hiberniaj, 
1645. 

Tractatus de Joannis Scoti . . . Vita, 1655. 
(Very rare.) 

Triadis Thaumaturgae . . . Acta, 1647. (Con- 
taining the Lives of St. Patrick, St. Colomb, 
and St. Brigid.) 
CoLiJKR (Jeremy), horn at Stow Quy, in Cam- 
bridgeshire, 1650^1726. 

Desertion discussed (The), 1688. 

Ecclesiastial History of Great Britain, 1708-14. 
(His chief work.) 

Essays on Moral Subjects, 1697, 1705, 1709. 

Great Historical, Geographical, and Genea- 
logical Dictionary (The), 1706 ; supplement, 
1721. 

Short View of the Immorality, etc., of the 
English Stage, 1698. 

Translation of Moreri's Historical Dictionary, 
1701-21. 
(His Life, by P. Lathbury, 1852.) 
Collier (John Payne), philologist, etc., Lon- 
don, 1789- 

Bibliographical Account of Rare Books, 1865. 

llistory of English Dramatic Poetry, 1«31. 

Memoirs of Actors in the Plays of Shake- 
speare, 1846. 

New Facts regarding Siaakespeare, 1835, 1836, 
1839. 

Notes and Emendations to the Text of Shake- 
speare's Plays, 1852. 

I'oetical Decameron, 1820. 

Poet's Pilgrimage ( I'he), an allegorical poem, 
in four cantos, 1822. 

Sculptor (The), 187S. 

Editor of 

Shakespeare's Works, 1842, 1853. 

Spenser, 1862. 
CoLLiEB (Sir Robert Porrett), 1817- 

Law of Railways (The\ 1850. 
CoLLiNGWooD (Cuthbort), naturalist, bom at 
Greenwich, in Kent, 1826- 

Rambles of a Naturalist on the Shores of the 
China Sea, 1868. 

Travelling Bini (The), 1870. 

Vision of Creation (A), a poem, 1873. 
Collins (Anthony), a freethinker, born in 
Middlesex, 1676-1729. 

Discourse on Freethinking, 1713. (His chief 
v/ork.) 

Essay concerning the use of Human Reason, 
1707. 

Grounds and Reasons of the Christian Reli- 
gion, 1724. 

On the Necessity of Revelation, 1739. 



Philosophical Inquiry concerning Liberty ant 

Necessity, 1715. 
Priesttralt in Perfection, 1709. 
Reply to Dr. Rogers, 1727. 
Scheme of Literal Prophecy, 1726. 
Collins (Arthur), 1682-1760. 
Baronetage, 1720. 

History of the Peerage of England, 1709. 
Collins, F.R.S. (John), born at Wood Eaton. 

1624-1683. 
Commercium Epistolicum, etc., de Analysi 

Promota, 1712. 
Collins (Mortimer), poet and novelist, of Ply- 
mouth, in Hampshire, 1827-1876. 
Blacksmith and Scliolar (a novel), 1875. 
British Birds (a vision from Aristophanes), 

1872. 
Figlit with Fortune (A), a novel, 187C. 
Frances (a novel), 1874. 
From Midnight to Midnight. 
Idyls and Rhymes, 1855. 
Inn of Strange Meetings (The), and other 

Poems, 1871. 
Ivory Gate (The), a novel, 1869. 
Marquis and Merchant (a novel), 1871. 
Miranda (a novel), 1873. 
Mr. Carington (a novel), 1873. 
Princess Clarice (a novel), 1872. 
Secret of Long Life (The), 1875. 
Squire Silchester's Whim (a novel), 1873. 
Summer Songs, 1860. 
Sweet and Twenty (a novel), 1875. (With hit 

wife, Frances.) 
Sweet Anne Page (a novel), 1868. 
Transmigration (a novel), 1873. 
Two Plunges for a Pearl (a novel), 1872. 
Village Comedy (The), a novel, 1877. 
Vivian Romance (The), a novel, 1870. 
Who is the Heir.? (a novel), 1865. 
You play me False (a novel), 1878. (With 

his wife, Frances.) 
Collins (Samuel), about 1630-1700. 
State of Russia, 1671. 
System of Anatomy, 1685. 
Collins, R. A. (William), London, 1787-1847. 
>'ntting Party (I'he), 1831. 
Our Saviour with the Doctors in the Temple, 

1840. 
Prawn-Fishers, 1843. 
Shrimpers, 1831. 
Two Disciples at Emmaus (The), 1841. 

(His Life, by his son, W. Wilkie Collins. 
1848.) 
Collins (William), jmt, of Chichester, 1720- 

1756. 
Odes, 1745-46. 
Ode to Evening, 1746. (The best Alcaic in 

the language.) 
Oiiental Eclogues, 1742. 
Passions (Ode on the), 1746. 
Poems, posthumous 1765. 

(His Life, by Dr. Johnson, 1798 ; Dyce, 
1827 ; sur Harris Nicolas, 1830 ; Moy Thomas, 
1858.) 
Collins (William Wilkie), novelist, London^ 

1824- 
After Dark, and other Stories, 1856. 
Antonina, or the Fall of Rome (5th ccnt.)^ 

1850. 
Armadale, 1866. 
Basil (a story of modern life), 1852. 



COLLTNSON— CONGRKVE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. COMUE— CONGREVE. 1173 



Black Robe (The), 18S1. 

Dead Secret (The), 1857. 

FftUeii lieavea ( The), 1880. 

Froz«-n Deep (The"), 1S73. 

Haur.ced Hotel (The), 1879. 

Hide and Seek, 1854 

Law and the Lady (The), 1875. 

Man and Wife, 1^70. ' 

Miss or Mrs. ? and other Stories, 1873. 

Mr. Wray'8 Cash-box (a Cliristma-s tale), is."'2. 

Moonstone (Tbe), 1868. 

My Miscellanies, 1863. 

New Magdalen (The), 1873. 

So Name, 1862. 

I'oor Miss Finch, 1872. 

(^ueen of Hearts (The), 1859. 

Rambles l)eyond Ilailways, 1851. 

Two Destinies, 1876. 

Woman in White (The"), 1860. 

rlayi. 
Plack and AVliite. 
Frozen Deep ( The), 18.57. 
Lighthouse ( The), 1855. 
Moonstone (The), dramatized, 1S77. 
Coi.LiNSON (Rev. John), topographer, *-l79.1. 
History and Antiquities of the County of 
Somerset, 1791. 
CoLMAN (George), dramatist, bom at Florence, 
1733-1794. 
Pieces in Prose a d Verse, 1787. 
Translation of Horace's De Arte Poetica, 1 873 ; 
of Terence, 1765. (Praised by Dr. Adam 
Clarke.) 
%* For his plays, s-e Appendix III. 
(His Life, by himself, posthumous 1795.) 
CoLMAN (Georpe), " The Younger," dramatist 
and humorist, 1762-1836. 
Broad Grins (same as My Nightgown, etc., 

with additions), 1802. 
Eccentricities for Edinburgh, 1820. 
My Nightgown and Slippers, 1797. 
Poetical Vagaries, 1812. 
Random Records. 1830. 

Vagaries vindicated (a poem to Reviewers), 
1814. 
*;»* For his plays, see Appknotx TIL 
(Memoirs of the Colmun fanrily, by R. B. 
Pfake, 1842.) 
CoLQUHOUN, lL.D. (Patrick), i^tatistician, born 
at Dumbarton, in Scotland, 1745-1820. 
Treatise on the Functions, etc., of a Constable, 

1803. 
Tr atise on the Police of the Metropolis, 1796. 

(A valuable work.) 
Treatise on the Police, etc., of the River 

Thames, 1800. 
Treatise on the Wealth, Power, and Resources 
of the British Empire, 1814. 
COLQCHOCN (Sir Patrick MacChombaich), 181.5- 
A Summary of the Iloman Civil Law, 1849-60. 
CoLTOM (Rev. Gileb C), *-l832. 

Lacon, or Many Things in Few Words, 1822. 
COLTIL (S.), *-•. 

Grand Impostor discovered (The), 1673. 
CoLTTL (Samuel), humorous poet, *-*. 

Whiggs' Supplication (The), or the Scotch 

Hudibras, a satirical poem on the Scolcn 

CoTenanters, 1710. 

CiOMBR, M.D. (Andrew), bom in Edinburgh, 

1797-1847. 

Management of Infancy, 1840. (Edited after- 



wanis by sir James Clark, who appended a 

sketch of the character, etc., of the writer.) 
On Mental Derangement, 1831. 
Physiology of Digestion, etc., 1836. 
Principles of Physiology applied to He«Ub 
(The), 1834. 

(His Life, by George Combe, 1850.) 
CoKBK, M.D. (Charles), numismatist, 174S- 

1817. 
Numraoram Veternm Populorum, etc., qui ia 

Musaeo Gulielmi Hunter asservantur, De- 

Bcriptio, etc., 1780. (Much esteemed.) 
Combe (George), phrenologist, of Edinburgli, 

1783-1858. 
Constitution of Man (The), 1828. (His best 

work.) 
Edinburgh Phrenological Journal, 1823. 
Elements of Phrenology, 1«24. 
Essays on Phrenology, etc., 1819. 
Life, etc., of Dr. Andrew Combe, 1850. 
Moral Philosophy, 1840. 
Notes on the United vStates, 1340. 
Phrenology applied to Painting and Sculpture, 

1843, 1855. 
Principles of . . . Prison Discipline, 1854. 
Relation between Science and Religion, 1857. 
System of Phrenology (A), 1824. 

(His Life, by C. Gibbon, 1878.) 
CvJMUKU, D.D. (Thomas), 1644-1699. 
Companion to the Altar, 1658. 
Companion to the Temple (in three parts), 

1672. 
On the Roman Forgeries in Councils (in four 
parts), 1689. 

(His Life, by Thomas Comber, 1799.) 
Com BEK (Thomas), *-1778. 

History of the Parisian Massacre of St. Bar- 
tholomew, 1810. 
Vindication of the Revolution in England, 

1758. 

COMERFORD (T.), *-*. 

History of Ireland (for 3000 years), to the 
Invasion by Henry II., 1754. 
CoMTNS (Sir John), lord chief baron of the 
E:xchequer, 1667-1740. 

Digest of the Laws of England, posthumous 
1762-67. 

Reports, posthuroous 1744. 
CoxirER (James), numismatist, *-*. 

Coins, Tokens, and Medulets, issued by Great 
Britain, Ireland, and the Colonies, etc., 
1799. 
CoxDER (Josiah), of London, 1789-1855. 

Modern Traveller (The), 1824. 

Protestant Nonconformity. 1818. 
(His Life, by E. R. Conder, 1857.) 
CoxE, CowNE, or CoNEi (George), a Scotch 
Catholic, *-1640. 

Vita Maric-B Stuartse, etc., 1624. 
CoNGLKTON (Henry Brooke Pamell, lord), 1770- 
1842. 

Financial Reform, 1830. 

History of Penal Laws against Irish Catho- 
lics, 1808. 

Principles of Currency and Exchange, 1805. 
CoxGREVE (Williiim), dramatist, born at Staf- 
ford, 1670-1729. 

Poems, 1710. 
*»* For his play«, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Charles Wilson, 173U; Dr. 

Johnson, etc.) 



1174 



CONGREVE — COOMBE. 



APPENDIX 



COOKE— COOMUE. 



GoNGREVB (Sir William), of Middlesex, 1772- 
1828. 

Elementary Treatise on the mounting of 
Naval Ordnance. 1812. 
GoNiNGTON (John), born at Boston, in Lincoln- 
shire, 1825-1869. 

Translations into English verse of the jEneid 
of Virgil, 1866; . the Agamemvnn of 
J^]schylus, 1848; of the Odes of Horace, 
1863. 
CONOLLY, M.D. (John), of Lincolnshire, 1794- 
186C. 

Construction and Government of Lunatic Asy- 
lums, 1847. 

Inquiry concerning the Indications of In- 
sanity, 1830. 

Study of Hamlet, 1863. 

Treatment of the Insane, 1856. 
Conrad (Timothy Abbott), conchologist, born in 
New Jersey, U.S., 1803- 

Fossil Shells of the Tertiary Formations of 
the United States, 1832. 

Palaeontology of the Mexican Boundary Sur- 
vey, 18.54. 
Constable (Archibald), of Scotland, 1776-1827. 

Miscellany, 1826. 
C[onstable] (Henry), poet, 15G0-*. 

Diana (sonnets), 1584. 

fcpii itual Sounettes in Honour of God and Hys 
Sayntes, 1590. 
Constable (John), epigrammatisf, *-*. 

Epigrammata, 1520. (Printed by Pynson.) 

Constable, R. A. (John), landscape painter, born 

8,t East Bergholt, in Suffolk, 1776-1«37. 

Cornfield (The), in the National Gallery. 

Valley Farm (The). 
(His Life, by C. R. Leslie, 1842.) 
CONYBEARK (John), bishop of Bristol, born at 
Exeter, 1692-1755. 

Defence of Revealed Religion, etc., 1732. 
Cook (Dutton), novelist, London, 1832- 

Art in England (not a novel), 1869. 

Banns of Marriage (The), 1875. 

Book of the Play (not a novel), 1876. 

Dr. Muspratt's Patients, 1868. 

Doubleday's Children, 1877. 

Hobson's Choice, 1866. 

Hours with the Players, 1881. 

l^eo, 1864. 

Over Head and Ears, 1868. 

Paul Foster's Daughter, 1861. 

Prodigal Son (The), 1862. 

Sir Felix Foy, Bart., 1865. 

studies, etc., of Historic Story, Life, and 
Character (not a novel), 1876. 

Trials of th? Tredgolds (Tl>e), 1864. 

Young Mr. Nightingale, 1874. 
Cook (Eliza), j3oe<ess, 1818- 

Journal, 1849-54, 

New Echoes, and other Poems;, 1864. 

Poems, 1840. 
Cook, D.D. (George), historian, born in Scot- 
land, 1795-1845. 

History of the Church of Scotland, etc., 1815. 

History of the Reformation in Scotland, 1811. 
(A valuable work.) 
Cook (Captain James), navigator, born at Mar- 
ton, in Yorkshire, 1728-1779. 

Three Voyages round the World, first pub- 
lished in 1773; second in 1777; third in 
1784. 



(His Life, ly D. Samwell, 1786; Dr. A 

Kippis, 1788.) 
Cooke (Captain Edward), *-*. 

Voyage round the World (A), 1712. 
Cooke (George Wingrove), 1813-1865. 

China and Lower Bengal, 1858. 

Conquest and Colonization of North Africa, 
1860. 

History of Party, 1836. 

Inside Sebastopol, 1853. 

Memoirs of Lord Boiingbroke, 1335. 
Cooke (John), *-*. 

Preacher's Assistant (The), 1783. (A list of 
texts of sermons by Churchmen and Dis- 
senters since the Reformation.) 
Cooke (John Esten), novelist, born at Win- 
chester, in Virginia, U.S., 1830- 

Dr. Van Dyke, 1872. 

Hammer and Rapier, 1870. 

Henry St. John, Gentleman, 1858. 

Her Majesty the Queen, 1873. 

Hilt to Hilt, 1869. 

Last of the Foresters (The), 1856. 

Leather Stockings and Silk, 1854. 

Life of Robert E. Lee (biography), 1871. 

Life of Stonewall Jackson (biography), 1866. 

Mohun, or the Last Days of Lee and hie Pa- 
ladins, 1868. 

Out of the Foam, 1871. 

Virginia Comedians (The), 1855. 

Wearing of the Grey, 1867. 

Youth of Jeff'erson (The), 1855. 
Cooke (Robert), *-1614. 

Censura quorundam Scriptorum, quas sub 
Nomine Sanctorum, etc., [aj Pontificiis 
Citari Solent, 1614. (An excellent work, 
pointing out the forgeries of quotations and 
counterfeit authorities.) 
CooKK (William), antiquary, *-1814. 

Enquiry on Patriarchal and Druidical Reli- 
gion, Temples, etc., 1755. 

Medallic History of Imperial Rome, etc., 
1781. 
Cooke (William), *-*. 

Picture of the Isle of Wight, etc., 1808. 
CooKSEY (Richard), *-*. 

Life and Character of John Lord Somers, Baron 
of Evesham, 1791. (An esteemed work.) 
CooKESLEY (Rev. William GifFord), born at 
Brasted, in Kent, 1802-1880. 

Account of the Ancient City of Rome, 1850. 

Account and Map of Athens, 1851. 
CooLEY (Arnold James), *-*. 

Cyclopaidia of Practical Receipts, 1851. 

Pharmaceutical Latin Grammar, 1845. 
CuOLEY (Thomas Mclntyre), born at Attica, in 
New York, U.S., 1824- 

Constitutional Limitations . . . of the Ameri- 
can Union, 1868, 1871. 
CooMBE, M.D. (Andrew), of Edinburgh, 1797- 
1847. 

Observations on Mental Derangement, 1833. 

Physiology of Digestion, 1836. 

Principles of Physiology applied to the Pre- 
servation of Health, 1834. (His best work.], 

Treatise on the Physiological and Moral 
Management of Infancy, 1840. 
(His Life, by G. Combe, 1850.) 
CooMBE (William), humorous poet and novehsi^ 
born at Bristol, 1741-1823. 

Devil upon Two Sticks in England, 1790. 



COOPER— COFE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



COOPEK — COPE. 



1175 



Dlabolad (The). 

English Dance of Death. 

Tour in Search of the Picturesque, 1812. 

Tour in Search of Consolation, i»20. 

Tour in Search of a Wife, 1821. 

Tour of Dr. Syntax through Ix)ndon, 1810. 

(Plates and Illustrations by Rowhindson.) 
Cooper (Abraham), artist, London, 1787-1868. 
Marston Moor, 1819. 
Sketch of the Battle of Ligny, 18:6. 
Cooper, LL.D. (Sir Astley Fasten), surgeon. 

born at Brooke, in Norfolk, 1 768-1841. 
Anatomy and Diseases of the Breast, 1829-40. 
Anatomy of the Thymus Gland, 1832. 
Medical Records and Researches, 1798. 
Principles and Practice of Surgery, 1824. 
Treatise on Dislocations and Fractures, 1822. 
Treatise on Hernia, 1804-7. 
Treatment of Hernia, 1827. 

(His Life, by B. B. Cooper, 1843.) 
Cooper (Basil Henry), Egyptologist, bom at 

Maidenhead, in Berkshire, 1819- 
Chronology of the Bible, 1874. 
Hieroglypnical Date of the Exodus in the 

Annals of Thothmes the Great, 1861. 
Life of Count Cavour, 1860. 
Cooper, R.C.S. (Bransby Blake), bom at Great 

Yarmouth, 1792-1853. 
Lectures on Anatomy, 1829. 
Lectures on the Principles and Practice of 

Surgery, 1851. 
Life of Sir A. Cooper, 1843. 
Cooper (Charles Henry), antiquary, etc., born 

at Great Marlow, in Buckinghamshire, 

1808-1866. 
Annals of Cambridge, 1842-52. 
Athenae Cantabrigienses, 1858-61. 
Memorials of Cambridge, 1858. 
Cooper (James Fenimore), novelist, born at 

Burlington, U.S., 1789-1851. 
Afloat and Ashore, 1844. 
Borderers, or the Heathcotes, 1850. 
Bravo (The), 1831. 
Chainbearer (The), 1845. 
Crater (The), or Vulcan's Peak, 1847. 
Deer-slayer (The), 1841. 
Eve Effingham, 1849. 
Headsman of Berne, 1833. 
Heidenmauer, 1832. 

History of a Pocket-handkerchief, 1843. 
Home as Found, 1838. 
Homeward Bound, 1838. 
Jack Tier (7%€ Red Rover recast), 1848. 
Last of the Mohicans (The), 1826. 
Lionel Lincoln, 1825. 
Mercedes of Castile, 1840. 
Miles Wallingford, 1844. 
Monikins (The), 1835. 
Ned Myers, 1843. 

Notions of a Travelling Brother, 1828. 
Oak Openings, 1848. 
Outward Bound, 1836. 
Pathfinder, 1840. 
Pilot (The), 1823. 
Pioneers (The), 1823. 
Prairie (The), 1827. 
Precaution, 1821 
Red Rover (The), 1827. 
Red Skins (Tho), IS-ltf 
SaUnstoe, 1845. 
Sea Lions, 1849. 



The Spy (the War of Independence), 1821. 

Two Admirals (The), 1842. 

Water Witch (The), 1830. 

Ways of the Hour, 1850. 

Wept of Wishton-Wi-sh (The). 1829. 

Wing and Wing, 1842. 

Wyandotte, 1843. 

American Democrat (The), 1835. 
History of the Navyof the'United Srarea. 1829. 
Lives of American Naval Officers, 1845. 
Travelling Bachelor (The), 1828. 
Cooper (Susan Fenimore), born in the county 

of New York, U.S., 1815 
Rhyme and Reason of Country Lite, 1854. 
Rural Hours by a Lady, 1850. 
Cooper (Thomas), of Leicester, 1805-1880. 
Alderman Ralph (a novel), 1853. 
Autobiography, 1872. 
Baron's Yule Feast (The), a poem, 1846. 
Bridge of History over the Gulf of Time 

(The), 1871. 
Condition of the People (The), 1846. 
Family Feud (The), a novel, 1854. 
Poetical Works, 1878. 
Purgatory of Suicides (The), an epic jwem, 

1845. 
Triumphs of Enterprise (The), 1847. 
rriumfihs of Perseverance (The), 1847. 
Verity of Christ's Resurrection (The). 1 875. 
Wise Saws and Modern Instances (a series of 

stories), 1845. 
CooTE, LL.D., (Charles), historian, Loftdon, 

1759-1835. 
History of Ancient Europe, 1815. 
History of England, 1791-1803. 
History of Europe from the Peace of Amiens, 

1802. 
History of the Union, etc., 1802. 

(Translated Mosheim's Ecclesiastical His- 
tory, 1811.) 
Cope, R.A. (Charles West), Leeds, 1811- 
Almsgiving, 1841. 
Anne Page and Slender, 1875. 
Burial of Charles I. (for a fresco), 1857. 
Cardinal Wolsey, 1850. 
Childhood, 1841. 
Convalescent. 1862. 
Cordelia receiving Intelligence of her Father's 

Ill-usage, 1859. Lear and Cordelia, 1850. 
Cotter's Saturday Night (The), 1843. 
Creeping like Snail unwillingly to School, 

1852. 
Cronies (The), 1836. 
Death of Princess Elizabeth, 1855. 
Departure of the Pilgrim Fathers, 1856. 
Edward the Black Prince (a cartoon), 1845. 
Evening Prayers, 1860. 
Far-away Thoughts, 1881. 
Fireside Musings, 1849. 
First Trial by Jury (The), a prize cartoon, 

1843. 
Flemish Mother (The), 1839. 
Florence Cope at Dinner-time, 1852. 
(8) Frescoes in the Peers' Corriilor, 1866. 
Gentle and Simple, 1871. 
Girl at Prayers, 1847. 

Good Shepherd (The), John x. 11, 12, 1880. 
Griselda's First Trial (for tne Palace; of West- 
minster), 1847. 
Hagar and Ishmael, 1836. 



1 176 COPLAND COTTOX. 



APPENDIX I. 



CORNWAI.LIS — COTTON. 



Hawthorn Bush (The), from Goldsmiih, 1842. 

Help thy Father in his Old Age, 1840. 

Her Silent Watch the Mother keeps, 1842. 

Hope deferred. 1877. 

Inquisition (An), 1880. 

Janet escaped, 1881. 

Last Days of Cardinal Wolsey, 1846. 

L' Allegro and II Penseroso, 1848. 

Launcelot Goblw's Siesta, 1870. 

Meeting of Jacob and Rachel (a fresco for the 

House of Lords), 1844. 
Milton's Dream, 1850. 

Oliver Cromwell receiving a Deputation, 1372. 
Osteria di Campagna, 1838. 
Othello relating his Adventures, 1860. 
Paolo and Francesca, 1837. 
I'arting of Lord and Lady Russell (for a fresco), 

1859; a painting, 1861. 
Poor-law Guardians, 1841. 
I'lince Henry submitting to the Law (for the 

I'alace of Westminster), begun 1847. 
Rest, 1860. 

Royal Prisoners, 1855. 
Scholar's Mate, 1862. 

Si hoolmaster (The), from Goldsmith, 1842. 
Siiylock and Jessica, 1867. 
Taming the Shrew, 1874. 
Two Disciples at p:mmaus (The), 1868. 
Upward gazing, 1858. 
Yes and No, 1873. 
Young Mother (The), 1847. 
Ci>pr.AND, M.D. (James), bom at Deerness, in 

the Orkneys, 1792-1870. 
Dictionary of Practical Medicine, 1830-58. 

(His chief work.) 
Elements of Physiology, 1824. 
Outlines of Pathology and Practical Medicine, 

1822. 
Pestilential Cholera, 1832. 
O)i'LESX0N (Edward), bi>hop of Llandaff, born 

in Devonshire. 1776-1849. 
Enquiry into the Doctrines of Necessity and 

Predestination, etc., 1821. (A valuabk' 

work.) 
Prsblectiones Academicje, 1813. 

(His Life, by W. J. Copleston, 1851.) 
Copley, R.A. (John Singleton), born at Boston, 

U.S., but settled in London. 1737-1815. 
Assassination of Buckingliam. 
Death of Lord Chatham, 1873. (National 

Gallery.) 
Death of Major Pierson. 
King Charles arresting the Five Members 
King Charles signing Strafford's Death-war- 
rant. 
Copping (Edward), London, 1828- 

Alfieri and Goldoni, their Lives and Adven- 
tures, 1826. 
Aspects of Paris, 1858. 
Hom.e at Rosefield (The), 1861. 
Corbet (Richard), bishop of 'Norwich, poet, born 

at Ewell, in Surrey, 1582-1635. 
Poetica Stroniiita, posthumous 1648. 
CoKNWALLis (Caroline Frances), of Kent, 1786- 

1858. 
liCtters and Remains, posthumous 1864. 
Pericles, a Talp of Atliens, 1847. 
Philosophical Theories and . . . Experience, by 

a Pariah, 1842. 
State ol Man after thf> Coming of Christ (The). 
State of Man before the Coming of Christ (The). 



CoRNWALLTS (Sir William), 1530-1618. 
Discourse upon Seneca, 1601. 
Essays, 1568. 
Miraculous and Happie Union of England 

and Scotland, 1 604. 
Praise of King Richard TIL ! ! 1617. 
CoRTAT (Thomas), traveller, born at Odcorabo, 
in Somersetshire, 1577-1617. 
Coryat's Crudities, 1611; a Supplement, or 
"Second Course," 1611. (Very rare.) 
CosiN, D.D. (John), bishop of Durham, bom at 
Norwich, 1594-1672. 
Collection of Private Devotion, 1627. 
History of the Canon of Holy Scripture, 
1657. 
CosiN (Richard), dean of the Arches, 1517-1597. 
Apologie for Sundrie Proceedings by Juris- 
diction Ecclesiasticall, 1593. (A very learned 
work.) 
Conspiracy for Pretended Reformation, 1591. 
(That is, in Presbyterian discipline.) 
Costa (Sir Michael), born in Naples, but settled 
in England, 1810- 
Don Carlos, 1844. (His best opera.) 
Eli (an oratorio), 1855. (His best production.) 
Naaman (an oratorio), 1864. 
CosTELLO (Louisa Stuart), 1815- 
Clara Fane, 1848. 
Lay of the Stork (The), 1856. 
Queen's Prisoner (The), 1841. 
Rose Garden of Persia (Thp\ 1845. 
Specimens of the Early J'oetry of France, 
1835. 
COTEs (Roger), mathematician, born at Burbage, 
in Leicestershire, 1682-1716. 
Harmonia Meusurarum, etc., 1722. (Much 
esteemed.) 
Cottle (Amas Simon), poet, *-1800. Immor- 
talized hy lord Byron. 
Edda of Shemend (The), in English verse, 

1797. 
Oh, Amos Cottle ! Phoebus, what a name 
To fill the speaking trump of future fame ! 
Oh, Amos Cottle, fur a moment think 
What meagre profits spread from pen and ink! 
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers. 

Cottle (Joseph), poet, bom at Bristol, in Somer- 
setshire, 1774-1853. 
Alfred (an epic), 1801. 
Fall of Cambria (The), a poem, 1809. 
John the Baptist (a poem), 1801. 
Malvern Hills (The), a poem, 1798. 
Poems, 1795. 

Boeotian Cottle, rich Bristowa's boast. 
Imports old stories from the Cambrian coast. 
And sends his goods to market — all alive,—' 
Lines forty thousand, cantos twenty-five. 

Recollections of Coleridge, 1837. 
Cotton (Charles), burlesque poet, born at 
ford Hall, in Staffordshire, 1630-1687. 

Complete Angler (in prose), 1676. 

Poems on Several (Occasions, 1680. 

Scarronides, or Virgil travestied, 1678. 

\Vonders of the Peake (The), 1681. 
Cotton (Very Rev. Henry), 1790-1879. 

Fasti Ecclesiai Hibernica^, 1845-62. 

List of Editions of the Bible, 1821. 

Rheims and Douay, 1855. 

Typographical Gazet.t»ier, 1831. 



COTTOX — CRAB. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



cox — CUAB. 



1177 



Cr>iTuN, M.D. (Nathaniel), iX)S<, 1707-1788. 

Eight Visions in Vert^e, 1751. 
Cotton (Sir Robert Bruce), antiquary, born at 
Denton, in llnntiugdonshire, 1570-1«31. 
Kis library was transferred to the British 
Museum. 

Coitonl Posthuma, 1679. 

Defence of the Oath of Allegiance, posthu- 
mous 1641. 

Henry III., or a Short View of a Ijong Life, 
1627. 

No Post from Heaven, nor yet from Hell, 
posthumous 1643. 

Rolls of Parliament in the Tower, posthu- 
mous, 1657. 
Cotton (Roger), jjoci, 1548-1618. 

Armour of Proofe from the Tovcr of David 
to light against the Spannyardes wid other 
Enimies of the Trueth (in verse), 159G. 

Spirituall Song (A), a History of the World 
from Creation, 1596. 
OovEKDALE (Miles), bishop of Exeter, born at 
Coverham, in Yorkshire, 1487-1568. 

Cranmer's (or the Great) Bible, 1539. 

I^atin-English Testament, 1538. 

Olde Fayth (The), 1541. 

Translation of the Bible, 1535. 
CovKKTE (Robert), traveller, 1582-1635. 

True and almost Incredible Narrative, etc., 
1612. 
COWELL, LL.D. (John), of Devonshire, 1854- 
1611. 

Institutiones Juris Anglicani, etc., 16C5. 

Interpreter (The), 1607. 

Law Dictionary, 1607. 
Cowley (Abraham), poet, London, 1618-1667. 

Carmina, 1662. 

Books of Plants, 1662-78. 

Davideis (in four books) 1635. (Incomplete.) 

Four Ages of England, 1648. 

History of Plants (a poem in six books), post- 
humous 1705. 

Mistresse (The), a collection of love verses, 
1647. 

Ode on the Restoration of Charles 11., 1660. 

Pindaric Odes, 1663. 

Poem on the Civil ^Var, 1662. 

Poemata Latina, 1668. 

Poetical Blossoms, 1633. 

Satyr (A), Tue Puritan and Papist, 1643. 

Satyr against Separaiivity (A), 1642. 

Tragical History of Pyramus and Thisbe, 
1628. 

Vision concerning the late Pretended H. 
Cromwell the Wicked, 1661. 
Flays. 

Cutter of Coleman Street (a comedy), 1663. 

Guardian (The), a comedy, 1650. 

Love's Riddle (a pastoral comedy), 1638. 

Naufragium Joculare (a comedy), 1638. 

I'rose Works, posthumous 1826. 
(His Life, by Sprat, 1680; Dr. Johnson, 

1779.) 
CowPKR (William), poet, bom at Great Berk- 
hampstead, in Hertford, 1731-1800. 

Anti-Thelyphthora, 1781. (His tirst publica- 
tion.) 

Boadicea, 1 790. 

Castaway (The). 1790. 

Charity, 1782. 

Couversation, 1782. . 



Expostulation, 1781; published 1782. 

Jfomer translated into blank verse, 1784-01. 

Hope, 1782. 

John Gilpin (humorous ballad), 1782. 

Miscellaneous Poems, 1793. 

Olney Hymns, 1779. 

On the Receipt of my Mother's Picture, 179S. 

Progress of Error, 1781 ; published 1782. 

Retirement, 1782. 

Table Talk, 1781 ; published 1782. 

Task (The), in six books, 1783-85. 

Tirocinium, 1784. 

Truth, 1781 ; published 1782. 

(His Life, by J. Corry, 1803; W. Haylny, 
1803; by himself, posthumous 1S16; T.Tay- 
lor, 1835; Griinshawe, 18156; Southey, 183S; 
H. F. Gary, 1839; sir H. Nicolas, 1843.) 
Cox (Rev. Sir George William), 1827- 
Crusades (The), 1874. 
History of Greece (A), 1874. 
Great Persian War (The), 1861. 
Introduction to the Science of Comparative 

Mythology and Folke Lore, 1881. 
Life of St. Boniface, 1853. 
Mythology of the Aryan Nations (^T!ie), 1870. 
Poems, Legendary and Historical, '1850. 
Tales of Ancient Greece. 1868, 1877. 
Tales of Thebes and Argos, 1863. 
Tales of the Gods and Heroes, 1862. 
Cox (Sir Richard), historian, born at Bandoo, 

in Ireland, 1650-1733. 
Hibernia Anglicana, etc., 1689-1700. 
Cox (Samuel Sullivan), bom atZanesville, U.S. 

1824- 
Buckeye Abroad (The), 1852. 
Plight Years in Congress, 1865. 
Search for Winter Sunbeams (sketches of 

travels), 1870. 
Why we laugh, 1876. 
Coxe (Rev. Arthur Cleveland), poet, born at 

Mendham, in New Jersey, U.S., 1818- 
Advent, a Mystery (a dramatic poem), 1837. 
Athanasion, and other Poems, 1842. 
Athwold (a poem in three cantos), 1838. (Re- 
cast and reproduced under the title of " The 

Ladye Chase.") 
Christian Ballads, 1840. 
Halloween, 1844. 
Saul, a Mystery, 1845. 
Coxe (William), historian, London, 1747-1828. 
Anecdotes of Handel, 1799. 
Historical Tour in Monmouthshire, 1801. 
History of the House of Austria, 1807. (Hia 

chief work.) 
Memoirs of John, Duke of Marlborough, 

1818-19. 
Memoirs of Sir Robert Walpole, 1798, 
Travels in Poland, 1784. 
Travels in Switzerland, 1789. 
Coyne (Joseph Siiriiug), dramatic author,'bom 

at Birc, in Ireland, 1805-1868. 
Phrenologist (The), 1835. 
Tipperary Legacy (The), 1847. 
Woman in Red (The), 1849. 
Ckab (Roger), called "The English Hermit," 

in the time of Cromwell. He lived on three 

farthings a week. *-1680. 
Dagon's Downfall. 
English Hermite (The), 1655. 
English Hermit's JSpade at the . . . Root of 

Idolatry (The). 



1178 



CRABBE — CP.ESSEY. 



APPENDIX I. 



CRANMER — CRK8SET. 



Ckabbe, LL.D. (George), poet, born at Aid- 
borough, in Suffolk, 1754-1832. 

Borough (The), 24 letters iu verse, 1810. 

Candidate (The), 1779. 

Hall of Justice (The), in dialogue, 1807. 

Inebriety, 1775. (His first publication.) 

Library (The), 1781. 

Newspaper (The), 1785. 

Parish Register (The), in three parts, 1807. 

Sir Eustace Gray (The Madhouse), in dia- 
logue, 1807. 

Tales in Verse (21 tales based on facts), 1812. 

Talcs of the Hall (22 tales based on facts), 
1819. 

Village (The), 1783. 
(His Life, by his son, 1838.) 
CuADOOK (Samuel), a nonconformist divine, 
1620-1706. 

Apostolical History (The), 1672. 

Harmony of the Four Plvangelists, 1668. 

Knowledge and Practice, 1702. 
CuAiG (Isa), of lidinburgh, 1830- 

Duchess Agnes, and other Poems, 1863. 

Ode (first prize at the Burns centennial), 1859 . 

Poems by Isa, 1857. 
Ckaig (Sir Thomas), of Scotland, 1538-1608. 

Right of Succession to the Throne of Eng- 
land, 1602. 

Treatise on the Feudal Law, 1655. (A standard 
work.) 

Treatise on Homage, posthumous 1695. (To 
prove that Scotland never owed homage lo 
England.) 
(His Life, by P. F. Tytler, 1823.) 
Ckaik (George Lillie), of Fifeshire, Scotland, 
1799-1866. 

Bacon, his Writings and Philosophy, 1846-47 . 

English of Shakespeare (The), 1»57. 

History of British Commerce, 1844. 

Pursuit of Knowledge under Difficulties, 1831. 

Romance of the Peerage, 1848-50. 

Outlines of the History of the English Lan- 
guage, 1855. 

Sketches of the History of Literature and 
Learning in England, 1844-45. 

Spenser and his Poetry, 1845. 
CuAiK (Mrs. George Lillie), novelist, better 
known as Miss Dinaii Maria Mulock, born 
at Stoke-upon-Trent, in Staffordshire, 1826- 

Agatha's Husband, 1S52. 

Avilion, and other Tales, 1854. 

Christian's Mistake, 1865. 

Hannah, 1871. 

Head of the Family (The), 1851. 

John Halifax, Gentleman, 1857. (Her best 
novel.) 

Laurel Bush (The), 1877. 

Legacy (A), 1878. 

Life for a Life (A), 1859. 

Rlistress and Maid, 1863. 

Noble Life (A), 1866. 

Ogilvies (The), 1849. 

Olive (a romance), 1850, 

Poems, 1872. 

Sermons out of Church, 1875. 

Studies from Life, 1869. 

Woman's Kingdom (The), 1870. 
Dsakanthorpe (Richard), of Westmoreland, 
1567-1624. 

Defensio EcclesiaB Anglicana contra M. An- 
ton. etAJ., injurias, 1625. (Much esteemed.) 



CuANMEK (Thomas), archbishop of Ca iterbury, 
born at Aslact.on,in Nottinghamshire, 1469- 
1556. 

Answer [to] Stephen Gardner . . . agaynst the 
Trewe and Godly Doctrine of the Moste 
Holy Sacrament, 1551. 

Catechismus (for children, etc.), 1548. 

Confutation of Unwritten Verities, etc., post- 
humous 1558. 

Defence of the Trewe and Catholicke Doctrine 
of the Sacrament, etc., 1550. 

Works, comjnled and edited by Jenkyns, 1334. 
(His Life, by Strype, 1694; Gilpin, 1784; 

H.J.Todd, 1831; Cox, 1844; dean Hook, in 

his Lives of the Archbishops, 1861, etc. ; J. N. 

Norton, 1863.) 
Ckashaw (Richard), poet, London, 1616-1650. 

Carmen Deo Nostro . . . 1652. 

Delights of the Muses, 1648. 

Epigrammata Sacra, 1634. 

Sacred Poems, 1652. 

Steps to the Temple, etc., 1646. 

%* Crashaw is the author of that celebrated 

line relating to the water turned to wine in 

the marriage banquet of Cana of Galilee— 

Lympha pudica Deum vidit et erubuit 
(The modest water saw its God and blushed). 
Cbaufdrd (Quintin), of Ayrshire, in Scotland, 

1743-1819, 
Essais Historiques sur le Docteur Swift, 130S. 
Researches concerning the Laws, etc., of 

Ancient and Modern India, 1817. 
Sketches . . . relating to the . , . Hindoos, 1792. 
CuAWFOKD (Adair), chemist, 1749-1795. 
Experiments and Observations on Animal 

Heat, 1779. 
Cbawfokd and Balcarres (Alexander Wil- 
liam, lord Lindsay, earl of), 1812- 
Argo, 1876. 
Case of Gorham v. the Bishop of Exeter 

(The), 1850. 
Etruscan Inscriptions, 1872. 
Evidence and Theory ot Christianity, 1841. 
Letters on Egypt, Edom, etc., 1838. 
Lives of the Lindsays (The), 1849. 
Qicumenicity, 1870. 
Piogression by Antagonism, 1846. 
Scepticism and the Church of England, 1S61. 
Sketches of the History of Christ. an Art, 1847. 
Crawford (David"), historian, of Scotland. 1665- 

1726. 
Memoirs of Scotland under the Reign of Mary, 

1706. 
Peerage of Scotland, 1716. 
Crawfurd (John), of Edinburgh, 1783-1868. 
Descriptive Dictionary of the Indian Islands, 

etc., 1856. 
History of the Indian Archipelago, 1820. 
Malay Grammar and r)ictionary, 1852. 
Creasy (Sir Edward Shepherd), born at Bexley, 

in Kent, 1812-1878. 
Fifteen Decisive Battles of the World (The), 

1851. 
Creech (Rev. Thomas), born at Blandford, in 

Dorsetshire, 1659-1701. 
Poetical Translation oi Horace, 1684; of Lucre- 
tius, 1682 ; of Theocritus, 1690. 
Cbessey (Hugh Paulin de), born at Wakefield, 

in Yorkshire, 1605-1674. 
Church History of Brittany, 1668. 



OKOFT — cuDwoKTii. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. crosse — cudwouth. 1179 



Ckoft, Mus.D. (William), of Warwickshire, 

1677-1727. 
Musica Sacra, 1724, 
Crofts, A.R.A. (Ernest), born at LeeWs. in 

Yorkshire, 1847- 
Ironsides returning from sacking a Cavalier's 

House, 1877. 
Ligny, 1875. 

Oliver Cromwell at Marston Moor, 1877. 
On the Morning of the Battle of Waterloo 

(Napoleon outside a cottage consulting a 

map), 1876. 
One Touch of Nature makes the whole World 

Kin, 1874. 
"Retreat (The), 1874. (In the National 

Gallery.) 
Wellington on his March to Waterloo, 1878. 
CiiOKEK (John Wilson), bom at Galway, in Ire- 
land. 1780-1857. 
Battle of Albuera, 1811. 
Battle of Talavera, 1809. 
Familiar Epistles on 'ihe Irish Stage, 1803. 
Intercepted Letter from Canton (An), 1805. 
Songs of Trafalgar, 1806. 
State of Ireland (The), 1807. 

(Edited Boswell's Life of Dr. Johnson, 1831 .) 
Choker (Thomas Crofton), antiquary , etc., 

bom at Cork, in Ireland, 1798-1.S54. 
Barney Mahoney, 1832. (One of his best.) 
Daniel O'Rourke (an Irish Munchausen), 1828. 
Fairy Legends, etc., of the South of Ireland, 

1825. 
Legends of the Lakes, 1828. 
Memoirs of Joseph Holt, General of the Irish 

Rebels, 1833. 
My Village, 1832. (One of his best.) 
Popular Songs of Ireland, 1839. 
Researches in South Ireland. 1824. 
Ckolt, LL.D. (Rev. George), poet and novelist, 

born at Dublin, 1780-1860. 
Angel of the World (The), 1820. 
Catiline (a tragedy), 1822. 
Historical Sketches, etc., 1842. 
Life of Burke, 1840. 
Marston, or the Soldier and Statesman (a 

novel), 1846. 
Modern Orlando (The), 1846. 
Paris (a poem), 1815. (His first work.) 
Personal History of George IV.. 1S30. 
Pride shall have a Fall (a comedy), 1825. 
Salathiel (a prose romance), 1827. (His best- 
known work.) 
Tales of the Groat St. Bernard, 1813. 

(He also edited Jeremy Taylor's Works, 
1838.) 
Crookes (William), chemist, London, 1832- 
Aniline and its Derivatives, 1876. 
Chemical Technology, 1877. 
Handbook of Dyeing and Calico Printing, 

1879. 
Repulsion resulting from Radiation, 1872. 
Select Methods of Chemical Analysis, 1ST7. 
Crosbt, D.D. (Howard), born in New York, 

U.S., 1826- 
Lands of the Moslem, 1850. 
Life of Christ, 1871. 
Notes on the New Testament, 1861. 
Ckosland (Mrs.), maiden name Camilla Toul- 

min, poetess siad. novelist, London, 1812- 
Diamond ^Vedding (The), and other Poems, 

1«71. 



Hubert Freeth's Prosperity (a novel), 1873. 
Island of the Rainbow (The), a fairy tale, 

1865. 
Light in the Valley, 1853. 
Memorable Women, 1850. 
Mrs. Blake (a novel), 1862. 
My Experiences of Spiritualism, 1857. 
Crossk (Andrew), electrician, of Somersetshire, 

1784-1855. 
Production of Acari, 1837. (This caused a 
storm of indignation, quite contemptible.) 

(His Life, by his widow, 1857.) 
Crotch, Mus.D. (William), of Norwich, 1775- 

1847. 
Elements of Musical Composition, etc., 1812. 
Crowe (Mrs.), maiden name Catherine Stevfiis, 

novelist, born at Borough Green, in Kt:ut, 

1800-1876. 
Aristodemus, 1838. 
Light in Darkness, 1852. 
Lilly Dawson, 1847. 
Linny Lockwood, 1850. 
Night Side of Nature (ghost stories), 1843. 
Susan Hopley, 1844. 
Crowe (Eyre Evans), historian, 1799-1868. 
History of France. 1858-68. 
Lives of Eminent Foreign vStatesmen, 1830. 
Reigns of Louis XVllI. and Charles X., 1854. 
Greek and the Turk (The), 1853. 
Crowe (Joseph Archer), London, 1825- 
Early Flemish Painters, 1857, 1872. 
History of Painting in Italy, 1864. 
Hist ory of Painting in North Italy, ISYl. 
Life of Titian, 1877. 
Crcden (Alexander), of Aberdeen, 1700-1770. 
Concordance of tiie Holy Scriptures, 1737. 
Scripture Dictionary, 1770. 
Crcikshank (George), artist, London, 1792- 

1878. 
Didactic Designs: The Bottle (in 8 pictures); 

The Ginshop; Sunday in London; 1'he 

Upas Tree; The Worship of Bacchus, 1863. 
Comic Illustrations : Box ; Comic Almanac 

(12 years); Grimm's Goblins; The Man in 

the Moon ; My Sketch-book ; Oliver Twist; 

Peter Schlemihl; Points of Humour; Punch 

and Judy ; Tom Thumb. 
Oil Paintings: Disturbing the Congregation ; 

Dressing for the Day ; A Runaway Knock ; 

Tam O'Shanter; Titania and Bottom the 

Weaver. 
Crcikshank (^Villiam), anatomist, of Edin- 
burgh, 1746-1800. 
Anatomy of the Absorbing Vessels of the 

Human Body, 1786. 
Experiments on the Insensible Perspiration, 

etc., 1795. 
Memoirs on the Y''ellow Fever, etc., 1790. 
Cruttwell (Rev. Clement), 1743-1808. 
Concordance of Parallels, 1790. 
Tour through Great Britain, 1801. 
Universal Gazetteer, 1808. 
Cldworth, D.D. (Ralph), bom at Aller, in 

Somersetshire, 1617-1688. 
Treatise on Eternal and Immutable Morality, 

posthumous, 1731. 
True Intellectual System of the Universe, 

1678. (His best work.) 
True Nature of the Lord's Supper, 1642. 
Union of Christ and the Church ^hadowed,1641 

(His Life, by Birch, 1743-52.) 



1180 



CULLEX — DALKYMPLE. 



APPENDIX I. 



CURRI E- -D ALRYMPLE. 



CuLLKN, M.D. (William), bom at Hamilton, in 
Scotland. 1710-1700. 

First Lines of the I'ractice of Physic, 1775. 

Institutions of Medicine, 1777. 

Synopsis Nosolocria3 Methdlicas, 1780. 

Treatise of the Matoria Medica, 1789. 
CiJLPF.pPER (Nicholas), herbalist, 1616-1654. 

P^nglish Phj'sician or Herbal, 1652. 
CuMHKRLAND, D.l). (Richard), bishop of Peter- 
borough, born in London, 1632-1718. 

De LegibuR Naturre Disquisitio, 1672. (Against 
Hobbes' philosophy.) 

Essay on Jewish Weights and Measures, 16s6. 

Fragment of Sanchoniathon on rhcanician 
History, 1720. 

Origines Gentium, 1724. 
Cl'mbkkland (Richard), dramatist, O.imbridgo, 
1732-1811. 

Novels. 

Anmdel, 1789. 

Henry, 1795. 

John de Ijancaster, 1800. 
Poetry. 

Calvary, or the Death of Christ (in eight 
books), 1792. 

Sxudiad (The), in two parts, 1807-8. 

Retrospection, 1811. 

Prose. 

Anecdotes of Spanish Painters, 1782. 

Memoirs (of himself), 1806. 

Observer (The), 1785. 
*,* For his pkiys, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by W. Mudford, 1812.) 
Cdmming (Roualeyn George Gordon), the 
African lion-hunter, born in Scotland, 
1820-1866 

Hunter's Life in Soiith Africa (A), 1850. 
Cunningham (Alexander), historian, born at 
Ettrick, in Scotland, 1654-1737. 

History of Great Britain, etc., 1787. 
(His Life, by W. Th.-mson, 1787.) 
Cunningham (Allan), poet and novelist, born at 
Blackwood, in Scotland, 17^5-1842. 

Biographical and Critical History of Litera- 
ture, etc., 1833. 

Life and Works of Burns, 1834. 

Life of Sir David Wilkie, 1843. 

Lives of British Painters, Sculptors, and Ar- 
chitects, 1829-33. (His chief prose work.) 

Lord Roldan (a romance), 1822. 

Maid of El war (The), a romance, 1825. 

Otterburn (a novel). 

Paul Jones (a romance), 1822. 

Poems and Songs, 1847. 

Sir Marmaduke Maxwell (a drama), 1822. 

Sir Michael Scott (a romance), 1822. 

Songs of Scotland, etc., 1826. 

Traditionary I'ales of the Peasantry, 1822. 
(His Life, by David Hogg, 1875.) 
Cunningham (Peter), antiquary, London, 1816- 
1869. 

Handbook of London, 1849. 

Handbook of Westminster, 1842. 

Life of Drummond of Hawthornden, 1833. 

Life of Inigo Jones, 1848. 

Memoir of J. M. W. Turner, 1852. 

Modern London, 1851. 

Songs of England and Scotland, 1835. 

Story of Nell (Twynn, 1852. 
CURKTON (William), orientalist, l>orn at West- 
bury, in Shropshire, li>08- 1864. 



Catalogue of Arabic MSS. in the British Mu- 
seum, 1846. 

Spicilegium Syriacum, 1855. 

Vindiciie Ignatiana;, 1846. 
CuRRiE, M.D. (James), of Dumfriesshire, 1756- 
1805. 

Medical Reports on the Effects of Water, Cold 
and Warm, in Febrile Diseases, 1794-1S04. 
Curtis (George Ticknor), born at Watertown, iu 
Massachusetts, U.S., 1812- 

Duties of Merchant Seamen, 1844. 

History of the Origin, Formation, and Adop- 
tion of the Constitution of the United 
States, 185.5-58. 

Law of Patents, 1849. 

Life of Daniel Webster, 1855-58. 
Curtis (George William), born at Providence, 
in Rhode Island, U.S., 1824- 

Howadji in Syria, 1852. 

Lotus Eaters, 1852. 

Nile Notes of a Howadji, 1R50. 

Potiphar Papers (The), 1853. 

Prue and I, 1862. 
Curtis (William), botanist, born at Alton, in 
Hampshire, 1746-1799. 

Botanical Magazine, 1787-98; continued by sir 
W. J. Hooker to 1 59. 

Companion to the Botanical Magazine, 1738. 

Flora Londinensis, etc., 1777. 
CURZON (Hon. Robert), 1810- 

Visit to tlie Monasteries of the Levant (A), 
1848. 
CusHiNG (Caleb), statesman, bom at Salisbury, 
in Massachusetts, U.S., 1800- 

Review of the Three Days' Revolution in 
France, 1833. 

Dahlgren (John A.), admiral in the United 
States, 1798-1870. 
Shells and Shell-guns, 1856. 
System of Boat Armament, 1852. 
(Inventor of the Dablgien gun.) 
Dale, M.D. (Samuel), born at Braintree, in 
Essex, 1659-1739. 
Pharmacologia, 1693. 
Dale (Thomas), dean of Rochoster, bom at 
Pentonville, near JiOndun, 1797-1870. 
Golden Psalm (The), 1846. 
I'oetical Works, 1836. 

Sermons preached in Great St. Mary's, Cam- 
bridge, 18.32-36. 
Translation of Sophocles, 1824. 
Widow of Nain, 1818. 
Dalgarno (George), of Aberdeen, 1627-1687. 
Ars Signorum, vulgo Character Universalis, et 

Lingua Philosophica, 1661. 
Didasoolocophus, or the Deaf and Dumb Man's 
Tutor, 1680. 
Dallas (Charles Robert), bom in Jamaici*, 
1754-1824. 
History of the Maroons, 1803-4. 
Recollections of the Life of Lord Byron, 1824. 
Dallaway (Rev. James), antiquary, born at 
Bristol, 1763-1834. 
Constantinople, etc., 1797. 
Enquiries into the Origin and Progress of 

Heraldry in England, 1793. 
Historjf of Western Sussex, 1815-32. 
Dalrtmple (Sir David), historical antiquary, 
etc., generally called lord Hailes, born at 
Edinburgh, 172fr-1792. 



DALKYMPLE — DARWIX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



DANIEL. — DARWIX, 



1181 



Annals of Scotland, from the Accession of 

Robert I. (tlie Bruce) to the House of Stuart, 

1779. (His chief work- ) 
Discourse on the Gowrie Conspiracy, 1757. 
Memorials and Letters relating to the History 

of Britain in the Reign of James 1., 1762. 
Memorials and Letters relating to tne History 

of Britain in the Reign of Charles I., 1766. 
Works of the ever-memorable John Hailes 

of Eton, 1765. 
D.^.LBTMJfLE (John), surgeon, of Norwich, 1804- 

1852. 
Anatomy of the Human Eye, 1834. 
D.iLTON, LL.D. (Jolin), natural philosopher, 

born near Cockermouth, in Cumberland, 

17C6-1844. 
Meteorological Observations, etc., 1793. 
New System of Chemical Philosophy, 1808, 
1810, 1827. 

(His Life, by Dr. H. Lansdale. 1874.) 
Daufieh (William), of Comersetshire, 1652- 

1712. 
Treatise on Winds and Tides. 
Vindication of the South Sea Voyage, etc., 

1707. 
Voyage Round the World, 1697. 
Voyages to Campeachy Bay, 1709. 
Daka, LL.D. (James Dvvight), geologist and 

chemist, born at Utica, in New Yuik, U.S., 

1813- 
Corals and the Coral Islands, 1872. 
Manual of Geology, 1862. 
On Crustacea, 1852-54. 
On the Geology of the Pacific, 1849. 
On Zoophytes, 1846. 
Text-book of Geology, 1864. 
Dana (Richard Henry), poet and novelist, born 

at Cambridge, iu Massachusetts, U.S., 1787 - 

1839. 
Buccaneer (The), a poem, 1827. 
Dying Raven (The), a poem, 1825. 
Husband at the Wife's Grave (The), 1825. 
Idle Man (The), 1821. (A periodical which 

contained his " Tom Thorutou," a novel.) 
Poems, 1833. 
Dana (Richard Henry), bom at Cambridge, 

Massachusetts, U.S., 1815-1882. 
International Law, 1866. 
Seaman's Friend (The), 1841. 
To Cuba and Back, 1859. 
Two Years before the Mast (enlarged edition), 

1869. 
Danby, R.A. (Francis), painter, bom at AVex- 

ford, in Ireland, 1793-1861. 
Caius Marius among the Ruins of Carthage, 

1848. 
Christ walking on the Sea, 1826. 
Contest of the Lyre and Pipe, 1842. 
Delivery of Israel out of Egypt, 1825. 
Deluge (T'le), 1831. 

Departure of Ulysses from Ithaca, 1854. 
Disappointed Love, 1821. 
Embarkation of Cleopatra, etc., 1827. 
Enchanted Island (The), 1841. 
Morning at Rhodes, 1841. 
Opening the Seventh Seal, 1828-29. 
I'assage of the Red Sea, 1830. 
Sudden Storm passing ofif (A), 1847. 
Sunset at Sea alter a Storm, 1824. 
Tomb of Christ after the Resurrection (The), 

1»43. 



Upas Tree of Jav-i (The), 1820. 

Warriors of the Olden Time listening to their 
Minstrel, 1823. 
DANrEL (Samuel), poet laureate, bom at Taun- 
ton, in Somersetshire, 1562-1619. 

Civile Wares betwene the Two Roses (a poem 
in eight books), i.-iv. 1595, v. 1599, vi. 1602, 
vii., viii. 1609. (His chief work.) 

Cleopatra (a tragedy), 1594. 

Complaint of Rosamond, 1594. 

Delia (57 sonnets), 1592. 

Epistles (in verse), 1601. 

Hymen's Triumph, 1615. 

Musophilus and Philocosmus (a poetic dia- 
logue in praise of learning), 1599. 

Philotas (a tragedy), 1597. 

Queenes Arcadia (The), a pastoral tragi- 
comedy, 1606. 

Tethy's Festival, 1610. 

Vision of the Twelve Goddesses, 1604. 

Wars of York and Lancaster (an epic in eight 
book^), i.-iv. 1595, v. 1599, vi. 1602, vii., 
viii. 1609. 

Prose : A History of England, from the Con- 
quest to Edward III., 1613. 
Danikll, D.C.L. (John Frederick), chemist, Lon- 
don, 1790-1845. 

Essay on Artificial Climates, 1824. 

Introduction to Chemical Philosophy, 1839. 

Meteorological Essays, 1823. 
Daniell (Rev. William Barker), *-1833. 

Rural Sports, 1801-2. (Highly esteemevl.) 

Supplement, 1813. 
Daniell (Thomas and William), artists, 1749- 
1840, 1769-1837. 

Antiquities of India, 1799. 

Oriental Scenery, or Views in Hindustan (four 
series), 1795-1808. (The finest work on 
India ever published.) 

%* The plates in Wood's Zoography are by 
William Daniell. 
Danvers (John), 17th century. 

The Royal Oake,1660 (the flight of Charles II.). 
D'Arblay (Madame). See Burnk.y. 
Darley (Charles), poet, 1800-1846. 

Errors of. Extasie, 1822. 

Sylvia, or the May Queen, 1827. 
Darrell (John), 17th century. 

Narration of the Possession, laspossession, and 
Repossession of William Sommers, 1598. 

Narration of the Vexation by the Devill [of 
eight pc-rsons], 1600. 
Dart (John), antiquary, 18th century. 

Westnionasterium (History and Antiquities 
of Westminster Abbey), 1723. 
Darwin (Charles Roberta naturalist, bom at 
Shrewsbury, 1809-1882. 

Cross and Self Fertilization, etc., 1876. 

Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to 
Sex (The), 1871. 

Different Forms of Flowers in Plants of the 
same Species, 1877. 

Domesticated Animals and Cultivated Plants, 
etc., 1867. 

Eflects of Cross-fertilization in Plants, 1876. 

Expression of Emotion in Man and Animals 
(The), 1872. 

Fertilization of Orchids, 1862. 

Formation of Vegetable Mould through the 
Action of ■\Vorms, ISSI. 

FossU Lepodid* of Great BriUin (The), 1855 



1182 



DARWIN — DAVIES. 



APPENDIX I. 



DAVEXPORT — DAVIES. 



Geological Observations ou South America, 

1846. 
Geological Observations on Volcanic Islands, 

1844. 
Insectivorous Plants, 1875. 
Jourfcal of Researches in Various Countries 

visited by H.M.S. Beagle in 1831. 
Monograph of the Family Cirripedia, 1851. 
Movements and Habits of Climbing Plants, 

1875. 
Nutation of Plants, 1880. 
Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selec- 
tion (The), 1859. (His great worlc.) 
Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs 

(The), 1842. 
Voyage of a Naturalist, 1845. 
Zoology of the Voyage of H.M.S. Beagle, 

1840^3. 
Darwin, M.D. (Erasmus), poet, born at Elton, 

in Nottinghamshire, 1731-1802. 
Botanic Garden (The), part i., The Economy 

of Vegetation, 1781 ; part ii., The Loves of 

the Plants (in verse), 1791. 
Phylologia, or Philosophy of Gardening, 1799. 
Plan for the Conduct of Female Education in 

Boarding Schools (A), 1797. 
Shrine of Nature (The), posthumous 1803. 
Temple of Nature (The), posthumous 1803. 
Zoonomia, or the Laws of Organic Life, 1794- 

1796. 
Worlvs collected, 1809. 

(His Memoir, by Anna Seward, 1804.) 
Dasent, D.C.L. (Sir George Webbe), born at 

St. Vincent, 1820- 
Annals of an Eventful Life (a novel), 1871. 
.Test and Earnest, 1873. 
Norseman in_Iceland (The), 1855. 
Popular Tales from the Norse, etc., 1859. 
Prose, or Younger P]dda (Tlie), 1842. 
Saga of Burnt Nial (The), 1874. 
Story of Gisli from the Icelandic (The), 1866. 
Tales from the Fjeld, 1873. 
Theophilus Eutychianus, etc., 1845. 
Three to One, 1872. 
Vikings of the Baltic (The), 1875. 
Daubeny, M.D. (Charles Giles Bridle), botanist 

and chemist, of Gloucestershire, 1795-1867. 
Christianity and Rationalism, 1867. 
Climate, 1863. 

Description of Volcanoes, 1826. (Much es- 
teemed.) 
Final Causes of the Sexuality of Plants, 1860. 
Introduction to the Atomic Theory, 1831. 
Lectures on Agriculture, 1841. 
Supplement to the Atomic Theory, 1840. 
Davenant, LL.D. (Charles), 1656-1714. 
Circe (a tragedy), 1677. 
Discourse upon Grants and Resumptions (A), 

1700. 
Discourses on the Public Revenues and Tradi- 

of England, 1698. 
Essay upon the Balance of Power (An), 1701 . 
Essay upon Ways and Means of Supplying; 

the War (An), 1695. 
Essays upon Peace at Home and War Abroad, 

1704. 
Right of making War, Peace, and Alliances 

(The), 1701. 
Davenant (Sir William), dramatic author, 

born at, Oxford. 1605-u;68. 
Albovine (a tragedy )» 1629. 



Britannia Triumphans (a masque), 1637. 

Cruel Brother (The), a tragedy, 1630. 

Cruelty of the Spaniards in Peru, 1658. 

Gondilbert (an heroic poem, unfinished), 1651, 

History of Sir Francis Drake, 1659. 

Just Italian (The), 1630. 

London, King Charles his Augusta, 1648. 

Love and Honour, 1649. 

Madagascar, and other Poems, 1635. 

Man's the Master (The), a comedy, 1668. 

Panegyric to . . . Generall Monck, 1659. 

Platonic Lovers (a tragi-comedy), 1636. 

Poem on the Restoration, 1660. 

Salmacida Spolia (a masque), 1639. 

Siege of Rhodes, 1656. 

Rivals (The), a comedy, 1668. 

Temple of Love (The), a masque, 1634. 

Triumphs of Prince d' Amour ^a masqui^), 
1635. 

Unfortunate Lovers (The), a tragedy, 1643. 

Voyage to the other AVorld, 1668. 

AVitts (The), a comedy, 1636. 

Works collected, 1672-73. 
Davenport (Rev. Francis), chaplain to queen 
Henrietta, 1610-1672. 

Manuale Missionarium Regularium . . . S. 
Francisci, 1658. (A most interesting ac- 
count of the English Franciscans.) 
Davenport (Robert), dramatic poet, 1612-1671. 

Bloodie Banquet (The), a tragedy, 1639. 

City Night-cap (The), a tragi-comedy, 1661. 

Crowne for a Conqueror, 1639. 

King John and Matilda (a tragedy), 1655. 

New Tricke to Cheat the Divell (a comedy), 
1639. 

Too late to call back Yesterday, 1639. 
Davidson (Thomas), musical composer, Aber- 
deen, in Scotland, 1623-1679. 

Cantus, or songs in 3, 4, and 5 parts, 1666. 
(Contains the first known collection of 
Scotch songs.) 
Davidson, D.l). (Samuel), born at Ballymena, 
in Ireland, 1807- 

Canon of the Bible (The), 1877. 

Ecclesiastical Polity of the New Testament 
(The), 1848, 1868. 

English Old Testament Version Revised (The), 
1873. 

English Version of Tischendorfs ^'ew Testa- 
ment (An), 1875. 

Interpretation of the Bible (The), 1856. 

introduction to the New Testament (An), 
1848-51. 

Sacred Hermeneutics, 1843. 
Davies (Mrs. C. M.), *-1863. 

Life and Times of P. Quintus Ondaatje, 1871. 

History of Holland, 1841^4. 
Davies, D.D. (John), 15'94-1644. 

Antiquaj Lmguse Britannicae Rudimenta, etc., 
1621. 

Dictionarium Latino-Britannicum, 1632. 
Davies (Sir John), poet and statesman, bom at 
Westbury, in Wiltshire, 1570-1626. 

Book of Epigrams (A), 1596. 

Discovery of the Cause why Ireland has never 
been subdued until this Reign, 1612. (Earl 
Chatham calls it " a masterly work.") 

Hymns of Astrea, 1599. 

Nosce Telpsuni (a poem on the immortality 
of the soul), 1599. (His chief work.) 

OrcheBtra, or Poem on Dancing, 1596. 



DAVIES — DEFOE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



DAY — DEFOE. 



1183 



Original N.itii'-e and Immortality of the Soul 

(a poem), 1697. 
Poems, 16'22. 

Reports of Cases in the King's Courts of Ire- 
land, 1615. 

(His Life, by G. Chalmers, 1786. 
Da VIES (John Llewelyn), of Chichester, 1826- 
Christian Calling (the), 1875. 
(Jospel and Modern Life (The). 1869. 
Manifestation of the Son of God (Thp), 1R64. 
Morality according to the Sacrament of the 

Lord's Supper, 1865. 
Theology and ^Morality, 1873. 
Warnings against Superstition, 1874. 
£)avis (John), navigator, born at Sandridge, in 

Hertfordshire, 1540-1605. 
Seaman's Secrets, wherein is taught the Three 

Kinds of Sailing, etc. (The), 1595. 
World's Hydrographical Description, etc. 

(The), 1595. 
I)AVis (Sir John Francis), London, 1795- 
China, a General Description of that Empire, 

1857. 
China, during the War and since the P(>ace, 

1852. 
Davis, M.D. (Joseph Barnard), bom at York, 

1801- 
Craiiia Britannica, 1865. 
Thesaurus Craniorum, 1867. 
Davis (Naihan), 1812- 
iJarthage and her Remains, 1861. 
Tunis, 1841. 
Davy (Sir Humphrey), chemist, born at Pen- 
zance, in Cornwall, 1778-1829. 
Consolations in Travel, posthumous 1830. 
Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, 1813. 
Elements of Chemical Philosophy, 1812. 
On the Safety Lamp, 1818. 
On Some Chemical Agencies of Electricity, 

1806. (A valuable work.) 
Researches. Chemical and Philosophical, 1800. 

(His chief work.) 
Salmonia, or Days of Fly-fishing, 1828. 

(His Memoirs, by Ayton, 1830 ; Dr. Paris, 
1831 ; Dr. John Davy, 1836.) 
Dawk, R.A. (George), London, 1781-1829. 

Life of George Morland, ls07. 
Dawes (Richard), born at Market-Bosworth, in 

Leicestershire, 1708-1766. 
Miscellanea Critica, 1745. (A valuable work.) 
Dawkins (William Boyd), geologist and osteo- 
logist, born at Buttington, in North Wales, 

1838- 
British Pleistocene Mammalia, 1866-78. 
Cave-hunting, etc., 1874. 
Dawson, LL.D. (John William), geologist and 

naturalist, born at Pictou, in Nova Scotia, 

1820- 
Archaia, or Studies on the Cosmogony, etc., of 

the . . . Scriptures, 1858. 
Story of the Earth and Man, 1872. (Against 

the Darwinian theory.) 
Day, M.D. (George Edward), 1815- 
Physiology and Medicine, 1860. 
Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Advanced 

Life (A), 1849. 
Day (John), dramatic author, about 1584-1661. 
Blind Beggar of Bednal-Green (a comedy), 

1659. 
Humour out of Breath (a comedy), 1608. 
lie of GuLs (a comedy), 1C06. 



Law Trickes, or Wlio would have thought it ? 
(a comedy), 1603. 

Parliament of Birds (The), being 12 satirical 
colloquies in rhyme, 1641. 

Travailes of Three English Brothers (a tragi- 
comedy), 1607. 
Dat (Thomas), ^e^ etc., London, 1748-1789. 

De.solation of America (The), 1777. 

Devoted Legions (The), 1776. 

Dying Negro (The), 1773. 

History of Little Jack, 1780. 

History of Sandford and Merton (a tale which 
stands its ground still), 1783-89. 
(His Life, by J. Keir, 1791.) 
Di.E, D.C.L. (John), astrologer, London, 1527- 
1608. 

Apologie sent to the Archbishop of Canter- 
bury, 1594-95. 

Brevis qufedam Epistola, etc., 1556. 

Diary (published in 1842 by the Camden So- 
ciety). 

General and Rare Memorials pertaining to 
the Art of Navigation, 1577. 

Monas Hieroglyph ica, 1564. 

ParallaticEe Commentationis Praxeosque Nu- 
clius quidam, 1573. 

Propaidetmata Aphoristika (120 aphorisms), 
1558. 

Relation of what passed between Dr. John 
Dee and some Spirits, etc., 1514. 

Triple Almauacke (A), 1591. 
Dkerixg, M.D. (Charles), antiquary and 6o- 
tanist, 1690-1759. 

Catalogue of Plants growing about Notting- 
ham, 1738. 

$ottinghamia Vetus et Nova, 1751. 
OE (Daniel), romance writer, etc., London, 
.' 1661-1731. 

Adventures of Roxana, 1724. 

Captain Carleton (Life of), biographical ro- 
mance, 1728. 

Captain Singleton (biographical romance), 
1720. 

Colonel Jack (biographical romance), 1721. 

Duncan Campbell (biographical romance), 
1720. 

Jonathan Wild (An Account of), biographical 
romance, 1725. 

John Sheppard (History of), biographical 
romance, 1724. 

Journal of the Plague Year (a romance), 1722. 

Jure Divino, 1706. 

History of Apparitions, 1727. 

History of the Union, 1709. 

Hymn to the Pillory (A), 1703. (Written in 
jail.) 

Memoirs of a Cavalier (a novel), 1724. (Chat- 
ham calls it " the best account of the Civil 
War extant.") ■ 

Moll Flanders (Fortunes of), biographical 
romance, 1721. 

New Voyage Round the World (A), 1725. 

Political History of the Devil (The), a serious 
memoir, 1726. 

Presbytery Rough Drawn, 1683. 

Religious Courtship, 1722. 

Review (The), 1704-13. 

Robinson Crutoe (Adventures of), 1719. (Hia 
best work. Refused, like Carlyle's Sartor 
Resartus, by nearly all the trade !) 

Roxana, 1724. 



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PEKKER — DENXIS. 



APPENDIX I. DE LA BECHE — DENNIS. 



Shortest Way with Dissenters (The), 1702. 

(He was pilloried for this satire.) 
Speculuru Crape- go wnorum, 16s2. 
Tour through Great Britain, 1724-27. 
Treatise against the Turks, 16«3. 
True-born Englishman (The), a satirical 
poem in defence of William III., 1701. 
(A great hit.) 

(His Life, by George Chalmers, 1790 ; Walter 
Wilson, 1830 ; J. Ballantyue, 1840 ; J. Foster, 
1855; W. Chadwick, 18r.9.) 
Dekker (Thomas), dramatic author, 1570-1637. 
Bachelor's Banquet (The), 1603. 
Belman of London (The), 1608 ; continuation, 

1609. 
English Villanies, 1632, 1637, 1638, 1648. 
Foure Birds— the Dove, the Eagle, the Pelican, 

and the Phoenix, 1609. 
Gul's Hornbook (not a play), 1609. (It con- 
tains many details of the manners of tho 

times.) 
History of Sir Thomas Wyat, 1607. 
Honest Whore (The), a comedy, 1604 
If it is not Good the Divel is in it (a comedy), 

1612. 
Jests to make you Merrie, 1607. (With Wil- 

kins.) 
Knights conjuring, done in Earnest, discovered 

in Jest (a comedy), 1607. 
Match mee in Loudon (a tragi-comedy), 1631. 
Newes from Hell, 1606. 
Northward Hoe ! (a comedy), 1607. 
per se 0, 1612. 

Old Fortunatus (a comedy), 1600. 
Owles Almanacke (The), 1618. 
Patient Grissell (a comedy), 1603. (\^'ith 

Haughton.) 
Phaeton, 1597. 

Raven's Almanacke (The), 1609. 
Roaring Girl (The), a comedy, 1611. (With 

Middleton.) 
Satiro-mastix (a satirical comedy), 1602. 
Seven Deadly Sins of London (The), 1606. 
Shoemaker's Holiday (a comedy), 1600. 
Troia Nova Triumphans, 1612. 
Westward Hoe I (a comedy), 1607. (With 

Webster.) 
Whore of Babylon (The), a comedy, 1603. 
Wonderful Yeare (The), . . . Loudon lying 

Sicke of the Plague, 1603. 
De la Ram6 (Louisa), nom de plume "Ouida," 

novelist, born at Bury St. Edmunds, 1840- 
Ariiidne (the story of a dream), 18V7. 
Cecil Castlemaine's Gage, and other No elettes, 

1867. 
Chandos, 1866. 

Dog of Flanders (A), 1872. (A pre'ty tale.) 
Folle Farine, 1871. 
Friendship, 1878. 
Held in Bondage, 1863. (Tbo same as 

"Grenville de Vigne.") 
Idalia(a noveleite), 1867. 
In a Winter City (a sketch), 18' ;6. 
Leaf in a Storm (A), 1873. 
Moths, 1880. 
Pascarel, 1873. 

Pipistrello, and other Stories, 1880. 
Puck, his Vicissitudes and Adventures,. 1869. 
Signa (a story), 1875. 
Strathmore (a romance), 1865. 
Tricoiriu, a Story of a Waif and Stray, 1800. 



Two Little Wooden Shoes, 1 874. 
Under Two Flags, 1868. (Her best.) 
Village Commune (A), 1881. 
De la Bkche, F.R.S. (Sir Henry Thom&e), geolo- 
gist, near London, 1796-1855. 
Geological Manual, 1831. 
Geological Observer, 1851. 
On the New Fossil Animal, a Link betwr'pn 
the Ichthyosaurus and the Crocodile, 1823. 
On the Temperature and Depth of the Lake 

of Geneva, 1820. 
Researclies in Theoretical Geology, 1834. 
Delako (Amasa), traveller. United States, 1703- 
1817.- 
Narrative of Voyages and Travels, etc., 1817. 
Delany (Mary), boin in Wiltshire, 1700-1788. 
Autobiography and Correspondence, 1861-62. 
Flora (The). 1774-88. 
Dklany, D.D. (Patrick), of Ireland, 1686-1763. 
History of the Life and Reign of David, 

1741-42. (Not equal to Dr. Chandler's.) 

Revelation examined with candour, 1732-36. 

Delolme (Jean Louis), bom in Geneva, 1740- 

180C 

Constitution de I'Angleterre, 1771. 

(Delolme was not an Englisliman, but his 
book was once a standard work, and is still 
held in good estimation.) 
Deloney (Thomas), about 1 582-1 6C0, called by 

Kempe " the great ballade-maker." — A'ine 

Days' Wonder. 
Garland of Delight. 
Garland of Good Will (historical ballads), 

published by the Percy Society, 1851. 
Jack of Newbury (a ballad), 1633. 
Strange Histories, or Songs of Kings and 

Princes, Lords and Ladyes, 1612. 
Shoemaker's Holiday (The), a ballad, 161S. 
Thomas of Reading, or the Six Worthy Yeo- 
men of the West, 1632. 
De Morgan (Augustus), mathematician, born 

in the P^ast Indies, 1806-1871. 
Arithmetical Books, 1847, 
Book of Almanacs, 1851. 
Connection of Number and Magnitude. 1836. 
Differential and Integral Calculus, 1»42. 
Elements of Algebra, 1835. 
Elements of Arithmetic, 1830. 
Jilements of Trigonometry, 1837. 
Essay on Probabilities, 1838. 
Formal Logic, 1847. 

Trigonometry and Double Algebra, 1849. 
Dkmpster (Thomas), archaolugist, born at 

Muiresk, in Scotland, 1579-1625. 
De Etiuria Regali, 1723-24. 
Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis ?cotorum, 1627. 
Nomenclatura Scriptorum Scotorum 1619. 
Dknham (Dixon), traveller, London, 1786-1828. 
Narrative of Travels and Discoveries 1« 

Northern and Central Africa, 1826. 
Denuam (Sir 5ohrx), poet, Dublin, 1615-1688. 
Cooper's Hill, 1643. (His best production.) 
Sj]ihy (The), a tragedy, 1641, 
Dennis (John), poet, etc., London, 1657-1733. 
Battle of Ramillia (a poem in five books), 

1706. 
Blenheim (a poem), 1705. 
Britannia Triumphans, 1704, 
Court of Death (The), 1695. 
Esj^ay on Taste, 1702. 
Monument (The), a poem, 1701 



DENTON — DICKENS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



DEXTER — DICKENS. ■ 1185 



Pindaric Ode on William III., 1692. 

Dramas. 
Appius and Virginia (a tragedy), 1705. 
Comical Gallant (The), or the Amours of Sir 

John FalstafF, 1702. (Shakespeare's Merry 

Wives of Windsor altered.) 
GibralUr, 1704. 
Iphigenia (a tragedy), 1702. 
Invader of his Country (The), 1705. (Shake- 
speare's Coriolanus altered.) 
Liberty asserted (a tragedy), 1704. 
Orpheus and Eurydice (a tragedy), 1704. 
Plot (A), and no Plot (a comedy), 1697. 
Rinaldo and Armida, 1699. 

(The best abused man in English literature, 

being lampooned by Swift, gibbeted in Pope's 

Essay on Criticism, and enrolled in the 

. Dunciad.) 

r*' Denton (Daniel), 1630-1682. 

*** Description of New York, with the Customs 

of the Indians, 1670. 
Denton (Rev. William), born at Newport, in 

the Isle of Wight, 1815- 
Christians of Turkey (The), 1863. 
^ Commentaries, 1860-1863 ; 1864. 

V, Montenegro, its People, &c., 1877. 

Servia and the Servians, 1862. 
I)E QciNCEY (Thomas), Manchester, 1786-1859. 
Confessions of an English Opium Eater, 1821. 
Logic of Political Economy, 1844. 
Dekbt (Edward Geoffrey Smith Stanley, earl 

of), born at Knowsley, in Lancashire, 1799- 

1869. 
Translation of Homer's Uiad, 1864. 
Derham, D.D. (William), born at Stowton, in 

Worcestershire, 1657-1735. 
Artificial Clockmaker (The), 1696. 
Astro-theology, 1714. 
Christo-theology, 1730. 
Miscellania Curiosa, 1705-7. (Remarkable 

natural phenomena.) 
Physico-theology, 1713. 
De Verb (Aubrey Thomas), poet, bom at Cur- 

ragh Chase, in Ireland, 1814- 
Alexander the Great (a dramatic poem), 1874. 
Infant Bridal (The), and other Poems, 1864. 
Inisfail (a poem), 1861. 
Irish Odes, and other Poems, 1869. 
Legends of St. Patrick, 1872. 
May Carols, 1857. 

Poems, Miscellaneous and Sacred, 1856. 
Search after Proserpine, and other Poems, 1843. 
Sisters (The), and other Poems, 1861. 
Waldenses, and other Poems (The), 1842. 
Wanderings in Greece and Turkey, 1850. 

Prose. 
Church Settlement of Ireland (The), 1866. 
English Misrule and Irish Misdeeds, 1848. 
Ireland's Church Property, etc., 1867. 
Picturesque Sketches of Greece and Turkey, 

1350. 
Pleas for Secularization, 1867. 
r'Ewta (Sir Symonds), born at Coxden, in Dor- 
setshire, 1602-1650. 
Autobiography and Correspondence, 1845. 
Journals of all the Parliaments in the Reign 

of Queen Elizabeth, 1682. 
Df.wet, D.D. (Orville), bom at Sheffield, in 

Massachusetts, U.S., 1794- 
Old World and the New (The), 1836. 
On the Education of the Human Race, 1855. 



Dexter, D.D. (Henry Martyn), bom at Plymp- 
ton, U.S., 1821- 

Banishment of Roger William8.(The), 187C. 

Church Policy of the Pilgrims, 1866. 

History of King Philip's War (The), 1870. 

History of the Plymouth Colony, 1877. 

Verdict of Reason (The), 1865. 
DiBDiN (Charles), writer of sea-songs, South- 
ampton, 1745-1814. 

Complete History of the English Stage (A), 
1795. 

Musical Tour, 1788. 

Sea-songs, 1790. (" Poor Tom Bowling " is bis 
best song.) 

Shepherd's Artifice (The), an opera, 1761. 

Whim of the Moment (The), containing 
"Poor Jack," 1789. 
(His Life, by T. Dibdin, 1850.) 
DiBDiN, D.D. (Thomas Frognall), bibliographer, 
born in Calcutta, 1776-1847. 

JEdes Althorpianae, 1822. 

Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Pictur- 
esque Tour in France and Germany, 
1821. 

Bibliographical, Antiquarian, and Pictur- 
esque Tour in the Northern Counties of 
England and Scotland, 1821. 

Bibliographical Decameron (The), 1817. 

Bibliomania, 1811. ('W'^ritten in dialogue, 
the speakers being well-known book-col- 
lectors.) 

Bibliotheca Spenseriana, 1814-15. 

Introduction to the Knowledge of Rare and 
Valuable Editions of the Greek and Latin 
Classics, 1802. 

La Belle Marianne (a tale of woe), 1824. 

Library Companion (The), 1824. 

Reminiscences of a Literary Life, 1836. 

Sermons, 1820-25. 

Sunday Library (The), 1831. 

Typographical Antiquities of Great Britain. 
1810-19. 
Dicey (Edward), born at Claybrook Hall, in 
Leicestershire, 1832- 

Battle-fields of 1866 (The), 1866. 

Memoir of Cavour, 1859. 

Month in Russia (A), 1867. 

Morning Land (The), 1870. 

Rome in 1860. 

Schleswig-Holstein War (The), 1864. 
Dicey (Thomas), bom in Guernsey, 1711-1767. 

Historical account of Guernsey, etc., 1751. 
(Held in good esteem.) 
Dick, LL.D. (Thomas), the Christian philo- 
sopher, bom at Dundee, in Scotland, 1774- 
1857. 

Celestial Scenery, 1838. 

Christian Philosopher (The), 1823. 

Philosophy of Religion (The), 1825. 

Philosophy of a Future State (The), 1828. 

Practical Astronomer (The), 1845. 

Sidereal Heavens (The), 1840. 
Dickens (Charles), humorist and novelist, born 
at Portsmouth, 1812-1870, 

Baraaby Rudge, 1841. 

Battle of Life, 1846. 

Bleak House, 1852. 

rhimes (The), 1844. 

Cricket on the Hearth (The), 1846. 

Christmas Carol (A), 1843. 

David Copperfield, 1849. 

4o 



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DICKINSON — DISRAELI. APPENDIX I. 



DI LKE — DISRAP:LI. 



Dr. Marigold's Prescription, 1868. (C. N.) 

Dombey and Son, 1846-47. 

Great i:xpectations, 1860. 

Hard Times, 1854. 

Haunted House (The), 1859. (C. \.) 

Haunted Man (The), 1848. 

Holly-tree inn (The), 1855. (C. N.) 

Hunted Down, 1860. 

Little Dorrit, 1857. 

Martin Chuzzlewit, 1843. 

Master Humphrey's Clock, 1840-41. 

Message from the Sea (A), 1860. (C. N.) 

Mrs. Lirriper's Lodgings, 1863. (C. N.) 

Mugby Junction, 1866. (C. N.) 

Mystery of Edwin Drood, 1870. (Unlinishod.) 

Nicholas Nickleby, 1838. 

No Thoroughfare, 1867. 

Old Curiosity Shop (The), 1840. 

Oliver Twist, 1837. 

Our Mutual Friend, 1864. 

Pickwick Papers (The), 1836. 

Round of Stories (A), 1852. (C. N.) 

Sketches by Boz, 1835. 

Somebody's Luggage, 1862. C. N.) 

St. George and the Dragon, 1866. (C. N.) 

Strange Gentleman (The), 1836. (C. N.) 

Tale of Two Cities (A), 1859. 

Tenants at Will, 1864. (C. N.) 

Tom Tiddler's Ground, 1867. (C. N.) 

Village Coquettes (The), 1836. 

Uncommercial Traveller (The), 1860. (C. N.) 
N.B. — C. N. (Christmas Number) only in 

part by Dickens. 

Not Works of Fiction. 

American Notes, 1842. 

Child's History of England (The), 1851. 

Letters, posthumous 1879. 

Speeches, posthumous 1871. 

Sunday under Three Heads, 1836. 

(His Life, by Theodore Taylor, 1870 ; R. S. 

Mackenzie, 1870 ; John Forster, 1873 ; Shep- 
herd, 1881). 
Dickinson, M.D. (Edmimd), Berkshire, 1624- 
1707. 

Delphi Phoenizicantes, 1655. 
Dickinson, M.D. (William Howship), born at 
Brighton, 1832- 

Diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary Derange- 
ment, 1875. 

On the Pathology and Treatment of Albumi- 
nuria, 1869. 
Dickson (Adam), agriculturist, *-l776. 

Treatise on Agriculture, 1762. 

Treatise on the Husbandry of the Ancients, 
posthumous 1788. 
Dickson (James), botanist, *-1822. 

Collection de Plants Diverses, 1789-99. 

Fasiculi Quatuor Plantarum Cryptogarai- 
carum Britanuiaj, 1783-1801. 
D'GBY (Sir Kenelm), of Buckinghamshire, 1603- 
1663. 

Conference with a Lady about the Choice of a 
Religion, 1638. 

Discourse on Vegetation, 1661. 

Five Books of Peripatetic Institutions, 1651. 

Observations on Religio Medici, 1643. 

Private Memoirs, posthumous 1827. 

Treatise on the Soul (A), 1645. 
DiGGES (Sir Dudley), statesman, 1583-1639. 

Compleat Ambassador, 1655. 

Defence of Commerce, 1615. 



DtLKE (Christopher Wentworth), 1843- 
Greater Britain, 1868. 
Papers of a Critic, 1875. 
DiMSDALE, M.D. (Thomas), Essex, 1712-1800. 

Tracts on Inoculation, 1781. 
DiRCKS, LL.D. (Henry), born at Liverpool, 
1806- 
Electro-Metallurgy, 1863. 
Inventors and Inventions, 1867. 
Joseph Anstey (a novel), 1863. 
Jordantype, 1852. 

Life, Times, etc , of Edward Somerset, 1!?65. 
Memoir of S. Hartlib (Milton's friend), 1«05. 
Naturalistic Poetry, etc , 1872. 
Nature Study, 1869. 
Optical Illusions, 1863. 
Worcesteriana, 1866. 
Disraeli (Benjamin, earl of Beaconsfieid), 
statesman and novelist, 1805-1881. 
Alarcos (a tragedy ),U 839. 
Alroy (The Wondrous Tale of). 1833. 
Coningsby, or the New Generation, 1344. 
Contarini Fleming, 1832. 
Kndymion, 1881. 
Henrietta Temple, 1837. 
Ixion in Heaven, 1833. 
Lothair, 1871. 

Revolutionary Epic (The), 1834. 
Rise of Iskander (The), 1833. 
Sybil, or the Two Nations, 1845. 
Tancred, or the New Crusade, 1847. 
Venetia, 1837, 
Vivian Grey, 1826-27. 
Voyage of Captain Popanilla (The), 1823. 
Young Duke (The), 1831. 

Not works of Fiction. 
Address at Glasgow University, 1873. 
Crisis Examined (The), 1833. 
Letters of Runnymede, 1835. 
Lord George Bentinck, 1851. 

Speeches. 
Church and Queen, 1865. 
Conservative Policy, 1870. 
Constitutional Reform, 1866. 
Parliamentary Reform, 1867. 
Vindication of the English Constitution (A), 
1835. 

(His Life by Hitchman, 1876, 1881.) 
Diskaeli, D.C.L. (Isaac), born at Bradenham 
House, in Buckinghamshire, 1766-1848. 
Amenities of Literature, 1841. 
Calamities of Authors, 1812. 
Crisis Examined (The), 1834. 
Curiosities of Literature, 1791, 1793, 1823. 

(His best-known work.) 
Defence of Poetry (A), 1790. 
Despotism, or the Fall of the Jesuits, 1811. 
Dissertation on Anecdotes, 1793. 
Eliot, Hampden, and Pym, 1832. 
Flim-Flams, 1805. 
Genius of Judaism (The), 1833. 
History of Cupid and Pysche (The), 1813. 
Illustrations of the Literary Character, 1828. 
Life and Reign of Charles L, 1828-31. 
Literary Character (The), 1795. 
Litorary and Political Character of James I. 

(The), 1816. 
Miscellanies of Literature, 1812-22. 
Poetic Epistle on the Abuse of Satire (A)^ 

17.S9. 
Quarrels of Authors (The), 1814. 



DITTON— DONALDSON. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. DODDRIDGE — DONALDSON. 1187 



Romances, 1799. 
Vaurien (a novel), 1T97. 

(His Life, by Benjam.n Disraeli, earl of 
Beaconsfield.) 
DiTTON (Humphrey), mathematician, bom &{, 

Salisbury, 1675-1715. 
J^lscourse on the Resurrection of Jesus Chrisu 

1712. (A book of good repute.) 
General liaws of Nature and Motion, 1705. 
Institution of Fluxions, etc., 1706. 
New Law of Fluids (The), 1714. 
Treatise on Perspective (A), 1712. 
Dixon (William Hepworth), born at Newton 

Heath, in Yorkshire, 1821-1879. 
British Cyprus, 1879, 
Diana, Lady Lyle (a novel), 1877. 
Free Russia, 1870. 
Her Majesty's Tower, 1871. 
Holy Land (The), 1865. 
John Howard (a memoir), 1849. 
Life of Lord Bacon, 1860. 
Life of Admiral Blake, 1852. 
Life of William Penn (A), 1851. 
New America, 1867. 

Personal History of Lord Bacon (The), 1860. 
Robert Blake, Admiral, etc., 1852. 
Royal Windsor, 1878. 
Ruby Grey (a novel), 1878. 
Spiritual Wives, 1868, 
Switzers (The), 1872, 
Two Queens, 1873. 
White Conquest, 1875. 
DoBELL (Sydney), poet, London, 1824-1874. 
Balder, 1854. 

England in Time of War, 1856, (His best.) 
England's Day, 1871. 
Parliamentary Reform, 1865. 
I'oetical Works, posthumous 1875, 
Roman (The), 1850. 

Sonnets on the War, 1853. (With A. Smith.) 
Thoughts on Art, Philosophy, and Religion. 

posthumous 1876. 
DoBSON, R.A. (William Charles Thomas), born 

at Hamburg, 1817- 
Alms, 1862. 

Almsdeeds of Dorcas (The), 1855. (By com- 
mand of queen Victoria.) 
Camilla (in water-colours), 1873. 
Charity of Dorcas (The), 1854. 
Child Jesus going down with His Parents to 

Nazareth, 1857, Christ in the Temple, 1860. 
Fairy Tales, 1858. 
lone, 1880, Mignon, 1880, 
Nazareth, 1859. 

Nursery Tales (in water-colours), 1874, 
Peace be to this House, 1861. 
Prosperous Days of Job (The), 1856, 
Reading the Psalms, 1857. 
St. Paul at Philippi, 1863. 
Tobias and the Angel, 1853. 
Young Nurs^ (The), in water-colours, l^cru 
DoDD (Charles), historian, of Worcestersinre, 

*-1745. 
Church History of England, 1737-42. 
DoDD, LL.D. (Rev. William), bom at Bourne 

in Lincolnshire, 1729-1777. 
Beauties of Shakespeare, 1752. 
Commentary on the Old and New Testaments, 

1765. 
Comfort for the Afflicted, 1764. 
Poems, 1767. 



Reflection on Death, 1763, 

Sermons to Young Men, 1771, 

Thoughts in Prison (in five parts, blank 
verse), 1777. 
(His Life, by Reed, 1777.) 
Doddridge, D.D. (Philip), London, 1702-1751, 

Colonel Gardiner, 1687-1745. 

Course of Lectures, etc., 1763. 

Family Expositor (The), 1739-56. 

Passages in the Life of Colonel Gardiner, 1747. 

Rise and Progress of Religion in the ^oul, 
1750. (His chiet work.) 

Sermons, posthumous 1826. 

%* Also some excellent hymns, 
(His Life, by Job Orton, 1766.) 
Doderidge (Sir John), born at Barnstaple. 1555- 
1628, 

Compleat Parson (The), 1602, 

English Lawyer (The), 1631. 

Law of Nobility and Peerage (Tlie), 1642. 
DoDSLET (Robert), born at Mansfield, in Not- 
tinghamshire, 1703-1764. 

Annual Register, begun 1758, 

Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green, 1745. 

Cleone (a tragedy), 1740. 

Economy of Human Life, 1751. 

King and the Miller of Mansfield (The), a 
farce, 1737. 

Museum (The), 1746, 

Muse in Livery (The), a comedy, 1732. 

Public Register (The), 1741-42, 

Rex et Pontifex, 1745. 

Select Collection of Old Plays, 1780. 

Sir John Cockle at Court (a farce, the second 
part of " The King and the Miller of Mans- 
field "), 1737. 

Toy-shop (The), a drama, 1735. 

Trifles, 1748. 

World (The), 1754-57, 
DODSON (James), mathematician, *-1757. 

Antilogarithniic Canon (The), 1742, 

Calculator (The), 1747. 

Mathematical Repository, 1748-55. 
DoDSWORTH (Roger), antiquary, born at St. 
Oswald, in Yorkshire, 1585-1654. 

Collections for a History of Yorkshire, in MS. 
(in the Bodleian Library). 
DoDWELL (Renry), philologist, of Dublin, 1641- 
1711. 

Annales Thucydidei et Xenophontei, 1696. 

Chronologia Grasco-Romana pro hypothesibus. 

De Veteribus Gracomm Romanorumque Cy- 
clis, etc., 1701. 

Dionis Halicarnassei, 1692. 

Prffilectiones, etc., 1692. 
(His Life, by F. Brokesby, 1715.) 
Donaldson, D.D. (John William), philologist, 
London, 1811-1861. 

Comparative Grammar of the Hebrew Laji- 
guage, 1853. 

Greek Grammar, 1848. 

Jashar [The Book of], 1854. 

Latin Grammar, 1852, 

New Cratylus, 1839. 

Theatre of the Greeks, 1837. 

Varronianus, 1844. 
Donaldson, Ph.D. (Thomas Leverton), archi- 
tect, London, 179!)- 

Architectural Maxims and Theories, 1847 

Architectura Nuniismatica, 1859. 

Examples of Doorways, 1833. 



1188 



DONNE — DRAPEK. 



APPENDIX 



DOUGLAS — DRAPER. 



Pompeii illustrated, 1837. 
Practical Guide to Architects, 1860. 
Donne, D.D. (John), poet, London, 157a-1631. 
Anatomy of the World (An), 1625. 
Biathanatos, posthumous 1644. 
Death's Duel, posthumous 1632. 
Devotions upon Emergent Occasions, etc., 

1624. 
Elegy on . . . Prince Henry, 1613. 
Ignatius his Conclave, 1611. 
Juvenilia, posthumous 1633. 
Letters, posthumous 1651. 
Poems, 1593. 
Polydoron, 1631. 
Satyr, posthumous, 1662. 
Sermonfi, posthumous 1640. 
Sheaf of . . . Epigrams, posthumous 1632. 

(His Life, by I. Walton, 1640 ; H. Alford, 
1839.) 
Donovan (Edward), naturalist, 1798-1837. 
Epitome of the Insects of Asia, 1798-1805. 
Epitome of the Insects of China, 1798. 
Epitome of the Insects of India, 1800. 
Epitome of the Insects of New Holland, New 

Zealand, etc., 1805. 
Natural History of British Birds, 1794-1818. 
Natural History of British Fishes, 1802-8. 
Natural History of Nests and Eggs of British 

Birds, 1826. 
Natural History of British Insects, 1792-1816. 
Natural History of British Shells, 1803-4. 
NatvJal History of British Quadrupeds, 1829. 
Naturalists' Repository, 1823. 
DoRAN, LL.D. (John), 1807-1878. 
Bentley Ballads (The), 1861. 
Filia Dolorosa, etc., 1853. (With Mrs. Romer.) 
Habits and Men, 1855. 

History and Antiquities of . . . Reading, 1832. 
History of Court Fools, 1858. 
Knights and their Days, 1856. 
Last Journals of Horace Walpole, 1859. 
Life of Dr. Young, 1854. 
Lives of the Princes of Wales, 1860. 
Lives of the Queens of the House of Hanover, 

1855. 
London In Jacobite Times. 1878. 
Mann' and Manners at the Court of Florence, 

1740-86. 
Memoir of Queen Adelaide (A), 1861. 
Memories of our Great Towns, 1876. 
Monarchs retired from Business, 1857. (This 

and his " Court Fools " are his best-known 

books.) 
New Pictures and Old Panels, 1859. 
Saints and Sinners, etc., 1868. 
Table Traits, etc., 1854. 
Their Majesties' Servants, 1864. 
Wandering Jew (The), a melodrama, 1822. 
DoKSET (Thomas Sackville, earl of), poet, born 

in Sussex, 1536-1608. 
Induction (to the Mirror of Magistrates), 

poetry, 1557. 
Gorboduc (a tragedy), 1561. 
Dorset, M.D. (John Syng), of Philadelphia, 

U.S., 1783-1818. 
Elements of Surgery, 1813. 
Douce (Francis), antiquary, 1757-1834. 
Dance of Death, 1834. 
Illustrations of Shakespeare, etc., 1807. 
Douglas (Gawin), bishop of Dunkeld, in Scot- 
laud, born &i Brechin, in Forfar, 1474-1521. 



^neisof\ irgil (translated 1512-13, published 

1553). 
King Hart (a poem on Human Life), 1519. 
Palis of Honoure, 1553. (Strikingly like Pti- 
grim's Progress.) 

(His Memoirs, by Scott, 1787. 
Douglas (Sir Howard), born at Gosport. in 

Hampshire, 1776-1861. 
Essay on Military Bridges, 1817. (A valuable 

manual.) 
Naval Evolutions, 1832. 
Treatise on Naval Gunnery, 1819. 
Douglas, M.D. (James), of Scotland, 1677- 

1742. 
Arbor Yemensis, 1727. 
Bibliographiae Anatomicae Specimen, 1715. 
History of the Lateral Operation, 1726. 
Myographiae Comparatae Specimen, 1707. 
Dover (George James Welbore Agar Ellis, J'^-d), 

1797-1833. 
Ellis Correspondence, 1829. 
Historical Inquiries respecting the Character 

of Clarendon, 1828. 
Life of Frederick the Great, 1832. 
DowNMAN (Rev. Hugh), poet, born at Exeter or 

in its vicinity, 1740-1809. 
Infancy, 1771. 

Land of the Muses (The), 1768. 
Doyle (Richard), London, 1820-1863. 
Continental Tour of Messrs. Brown, Jones, 

and Robinson, 1854. 
In Fairyland (a Christmas book), 1809. 
Sketches of Modern Society (^Cornhill Maga- 
zine), 1861. 
D'OvLY, D.D. (George), 1778-1846. 
Life of William Sancroft, 1821. (Much es- 

Notes ... on the Bible, 1845. (With Mant.) 
Drake (Sir Francis), maritime discoverer, bom 

in Devonshire, on the banks of the Tavy, 

1545-1595. 
Voyage round the Globe, 1577. 
Voyage to America, 1586. 
Drake, F.R.S. (Francis), antiquary, •-1770. 
Eboracum, or History and Antiquities of 

York, 1736. 
Drake, M.D. (Nathan), born at York, 1766- 

1836. 
Essays, etc., 1805. 
Literary Hours, 1798. 
Memorials of Shakespeare, 1828. 
Shakespeare and his Times, 1817. 
Drake (Samuel), born at Pittsfield, in New 

Hampshire, U.S., 1798-1875. 
Book of the Indians, 1833. 
History of Boston, 1852. 
Draper, M.D. (John William), chemist, born 

at St. Helen's, near Liverpool, 1811. 
Forces which Produce the Organisation of 

Plants (The), 1844. 
History of the American Civil War, 1867-70. 
History of the Conflict between Religion and 

Science, 1874. 
History of the Intellectual Development of 

Europe, 1862. 
Human Physiology, Statical and Dynamical, 

1856. 
Text-book of Chemistry, 1846. 
Text-book of Natural Philosophy, 1847. 
Thoughts on the Future Policy of America, 

1865. 



DRAYTON — DUGDALE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. Dudley— dugexle. 1189 



Uratton (Michael), poet laureate, born at 
Hartshill, in Warwickshire, 1563-1631. 

Barons' Wars (The), in 8-line stanzas, 1596. 

Bataile of Agincourt (in 8-line stanzas), 1627. 

Kngland's Heroical Epistles (poetry), 1698. 

Man in the Moone (The), 1605. 

Matilda, Daughter of Lord Robert Fitzwater, 
(a legend), 1594. 

^Moses's Birth and Miracles (poetry), 1593. 

Muses Klizium (The), poetry, 1630. 

Nymphidia, or the Court of Fairy (in 8-llne 
stanzas), 1627. 

Owle (The), 1604. 

I'iers of Gaveston (a legend), 1596. 

Ilobert, Duke of Normandy (a legend), 1596. 

Polyolbion, songs i.-ix. 1612, xl.-xviii. 
1613, xix.-xxx. 1622. (His great work.) 

Shepherd's Garland, 1593. (His first work.) 
Dkkw (Samuel), born at St. Austell, ia Cora- 
wall, 1765-1833. 

Kssay on the Immateriality and Immertality 
of the Soul, 1802. 

Essay on the Identity and the General Resur- 
rection of the Human Body, 1809. 

History of Cornwall, 1820-24. 
(His Life, by his son, J. H. Drew, 1834.) 
DiiUMMOXD (William), poef, born at Hawthorn- 
den, in Scotland, 1585-1649. 

Cypress Grove (The), 1613. 

Flowers of Sion, 1623. 

Forth Feasting (a panegyric on the king), 1617. 

Poems, 1616, 

Polemo-Middinia, carmen Macaronicum, pos- 
thumouB 1684. 

Tears on the Death of Meliades, 1613. 
Frose. 

Conversations with Ben Jonson, 1619. 

History of Scotland, from 1423 to 1542, post- 
humous 1655. 

Notes of Ben Jonson's Conversation, etc., 1619. 
(His Life, by P. Cunningham, 1833 ; David 

Laing, 1842 ; W. B. TurnbllU, 1857 ; Masson, 

1 873.) 
Drummon© (Sir William), antiquary, *-1828, 

Academical Questions, 1805. 

Herculanensia, 1810. (With Walpole.) 

(Edipus Judiacus, 1811. 

< Edipus Romanus (to prove that the 12 Caesars 
are the 12 signs of the Zodiac). 1819. 

Origines (or the origin of certain empires), 
1828. 

Review of the Governments of Sparta and 
Athens, 1794. 
Drctrt (Dru), entomologist, London, 1725-1804. 

Illustrations of Exotic Entomology, 1773-82. 
(Of high repute.) 

Illustrations of Natural History, 1770-73. 
Dtti-RT (Robert), traveller, London, 1687-1735. 

Aladagascar, 1722. 
DiiVDEN (John), poet laureate, born at Aid- 
winkle, in Northamptonshire, 1631-1701. 

Absalom and Ahitophel, part i. 1681, part 
ii. 1682. (On Monmouth's rebellion ; a po- 
litical satire in verse.) 

Alexander's Feast (a Pindaric ode), 1697. 

Annus Mirabilis (a.d. 1666, in ve^se), 1667. 

Astraea Redux (on the Restoration, verse), 
1660. 

Britannia Rediviva, 1689. 

Cromwell (Death of), an elegy, 1658. 

Fables, 1698-1700. 



Hind and the Panther (The), in defence of the 

Church of Rome (an allegory in verse), 

1687. (The "Hind" is the Church of 

Rome, and the "Panther" the Church of 

England.) 
Lord Hastings (An Elegy on). 
MacFlecknoe (a satire on Shadwell, in verse), 

1682. 
Medal (The), a satire against sedition, 1681. 
Ovid's Epistles translated, 1679. 
Religio Laici (a poem against deists and dis- 
senters), 1682. 
Song of St. Cecilia (a choral ode), 1687. 
Virgil translated, 1694-96. 

Frose. 
Essay on Dramatic Poets, 1667. 
Essay on Heroic Plays, 1672. 

*,* For his 28 dramas, see Appendix III. 

(His Life, by S. Derrick, 1760; Malone, 
1800; sir W.Scott, 1808; Bell; R. Hooper; 
Mitford, 1832 ; G. Saintsbury, 1831.) 
DcTDLET (Sir Henry Bate), wrote dramatic 

pieces, 1743-1824. 
Flitch of Bacon, 1779. 
Rival Candidates, 1775. 
Doff, D.D. (Alexander), bom at Pitlochry, in 

Scotland, 1808-1878. 
India and Indian Missions, 1839. 
Indian Rebellion, its Causes and Results 

(The), 1858. 
Jesuits, their Origin, etc. (The), 1842. 
Missions the Chief End of the Christian 

Church, 1839. 
Missionary Addresses, 1850. 
New Era of the English Language and Litera- 
ture, 1837. 
Doff (Mountstuart Elphinstone Grant), 1829- 
East India Financial Statement, 186J, 
Elgin Speeches, 1871. 
Expedit Lab«remus, 1872. 
Glance over Europe (A), 1867. 
Miscellanies, etc., 1879. 
Political Survey (A), 1868. 
Dofferin (Frederick Temple Blackwood, earl 

of), born in Florence, 1826- 
Honourable Impulsia Gushington (The), a 

satire on high life. 
Irish Emigration. 
Letters from High Latitudes, 1860. 
Narrative of a Journey from Oxford to Skib- 

bereen, 1848. 
Doffy (Sur Charles Gavan), born in Monaghan, 

Ireland, 1816- 
Ballad Poetry of Ireland, 1870. (Ran through 

forty editions in ten years.) 
DoGDALE (Sir William), antiquary, born at 

Shustoke, in Warwickshire, 1605-1686. 
Antlent Usage in bearing . . . Arms, etc., 1682. 
Antiquities of Warwickshire, 1656. (Gough 

says " it stands at the head of our county 

histories") 
Baronage of England (The), 1675-76. 
History of Imbanking and drayniug divers 

Fenns, etc., 1662. (Very scarce.) 
History of St. Paul's Cathedral, 1658. 
Monasticon Anglicanum, 1655-73. (His great 

work.) 
Origines Juridiciales, etc., 1666. 
Short View of the Late Troubles in Englaad, 
1681. 

(His Life, by Hamper, 1327.) 



DUNBAR — EADMER. 



APPENDIX I. 



1190 



ncNBAR (William), poet, Scotland, 1460-1529. ! 

Golden Targe (The), 1508. 

Thrissil and the Rois (The), in 7-line stanzas, 
1503. (James IV. was the thistle, and the 
bride Margaret the rose.) 
Ddnoan, A.R.A. (Thomas), bom at Kinclaveh, 
in Scotland, 1807-1845. 

Braw Wooer (The), 1831. 

Children and Ilabbits, 1831. 

Covenanter (A), 1838. 

Cuddie Heatirig visiting Jenny Dennison,1835. 

Death of " Old Mortality," 1830. 

Friends (The), 1839. 

Girl with Flowers (A), 1834. 

Highland Stag, etc., 1845. 

Jeanie Deans and the Robbers, 1832. 

Lily of St. Leonards (The), 1639. 

Lucy Ashton, 1832. 

Martyrdom of John Brown of Priesthill, 1846. 

Mary Queen of Scots signing her Abdication, 
1836. 

Milk Girl (A), 1830. 

"Old Mortality " and the Tombstone, 1838. 

Secret Chamber (The), 1839. 

Wishart dispensing the Sacrament, posthu- 
mous 1^4(i. 

Duncan (William\ of Aberdeen, 1671-1770. 

Elements of Logic, 1748. 

Translation of Ccesar, 1752. 

Translation of Cicero's Orations, 1771. 
DuNGLisoN (Robley), born at Keswick in Cum- 
berland, 1798- 

Dictionary of Medical Science, 1833. 

New Remedies, 1839. 
DaNLOP (John),^ about 1778-1840. 

History of Fiction, 1814. (" An able and in- 
teresting work.") 

History of Roman Literature, 1823-28. 

Memoirs of Spain during the Reigns of Philip 
IV. and Charles II., 1834. 
Duns Scotus, scholastic, called "The Subtile 
i>octor," fourth century. Famous for hia 
defence of the " immaculate coucfcption." 

Commentary on A ristotle. 

Commentary on the Bible. 

Contemplations of Divine Love, printed 1662. 

Opus Oxoniense. 

^Vorks, in 12 vols., printed 1639. 
(His Life, by John Colgan, 1655. Rare 

and valuable.) 
1)lnsti:r (Rev. Charles), *-1816. 

Considerationg on Milton's Early Reading, 
and the Prima Stamina of his Paradise 
Lost, 1800. 
L'UNTON (John), bom at Graffham, in Hunting- 
donshire, 1659-1733. 

Athenian Mercury, 1691-97. 

Athenian Sport (2000 paradoxes), 1707. 

Bull Baiting, 1702. (The "bull" is Sache- 
verell.) 

Cat may look on a Queen (A), a satire, 1701. 

Death-bed Charity, 1728. 

Life and Errors of John Dunton, 1705. 

Mordecai's Memorial, 1716. 

Neck or Nothing, 1713. 

Whipping Post (a satire upon everybody) 
1706. 
(His Life, by J. Nichols, 1818.) 
DUPPA (Richard), 1755-1831, 

Life, etc., of Michael Angelo, 1806. 

Life, etc., of Raffaelo, 1816. 



D URFEY — EADMER. 



D'Urket (Thomas), dramatist and pcjet, born 
at Exeter, in Devonshire, 1630-1723. 

Archerie revived (an heroic poem), 1676. 

Ballads, 1716. 

Butler's Ghost, 1682. (Forming a fourth part 
to Hudibras.) 

Collection of New Ballads (A), 1715. 

Collin's Walk through London, etc. (a bur- 
lesque poem), 1690. 

Dido and ^neas (a dramatic entertainment), 
1727. 

Merry Musician (The), 1716. 

New Operas, 1721. 

Pills to purge Melancholy (sonnets), 1719-20. 
(His best-known work.) 

Progress of Honesty ^a Pindaric ode), 1681. 

Satires, Elegies, and Odes, 1690. 

Songs, 1687. 

Frose. 

Stories, Moral and Comical, 1691. 

Tales, Tragical and Comical, 1704. 

*#* For his 26 dramas, see Appendix III. 
DwiGHT, D.D. (Timothy), bom in Massachu- 
setts, U.S., 1752-1817. 

Conquest of Canaan (an epic poem), 1785. 

Sermons, posthumous 1828. 

Theology explained and defended (173 ser- 
mons), 1819. (His principal work.) 

Travels in New England and New York, post- 
humous, 1821. (A valuable work.) 
Dtce, R.A. (William), Aberdeen, 1806-1864. 

Baptism of Ethelbert (House of Lords), 1845. 

George Herbert at Bemerton, 1861. 

Good Shepherd (The), 1856. 

Neptune assigning to Britannia the Empire of 
the Sea (for a fresco at Osborne), 1857. 

King Joash shooting the Arrow, 1845. 

Man of Sorrows (The), 1860. 

Meeting of Jacob and Rachel (a fresco in All 
Saints' Church, Margaret Street, London), 
1850. 

St. Dunstan separating Edwy and Elgiva, 1839 

St. John leading Home the "Virgin Mary," 
1860. 

Titian preparing to Paint, 1858. 

Virgin and Child (a fresco in All Saints' 
Church, Margaret Street, London), 1846. 
Dyer (George), London, 1755-1841. 

History of the University and Colleges of 
Cambridge, 1814. 

Privileges of the University, 1824. 
(He was joint editor of Valpy's Classics.) 
Dyer (Rev. John), poet, 1700-1758. 

Fleece (The), in four books, 1758. 

Grongar Hill, 1727. 

Ruins of Rome (The), 1740. 
Dyer, D.C.L. (Thomas Henry), historian, liOU- 
don, 1804- 

Ancieut Athens, 1873. 

History of Modern Europe, 1861. 

History of the City of Rome, 1865. 

History of the Kings of Rome, 1868. 

Life of Calvin, 1800. 

Pompeii, 1867. 
Dymond (Jonathan), of Exeter, 1796-1828. 

Essay on the Principles of Morality, 1»29. 

Eadmer of Canterbukt, a Benedictine, 12th 
century. 
Historia Novorum (History of his own Times), 
printed 1623. 



RAR1£ — KJAX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. edwardes— egan. 



191 



Vita Anselmi, printed 1551. 

%* His Lives of .SS. Bregwyn, Dunstan, Odo, 
Oswald, and Wilfrid, are in the Angiia 
Sacra of Wharton, 1691. 
Eaulk, D.D. (Jolin), of York, 1601-1665. 
Microcosmography, 1628. 

(He translated the Ikon Basilik^ into Latin, 
1649.) 
Eastlake, R.A., D.C.L. (Sir Charles Lock), bo in 

at Plymouth, 1793-1865. 
Beatrice, 1855. 

Christ blessing Little Children, 1839. 
Christ weeping over Jerusalem, 1841. (His 

masterpiece.) 
Escape of Francesco Novello di Carrara, etc., 

1850. 
Hagar and Ishmael, 1344. 
Helena, 1849. 
Heloise, 1845. 
Ippolita Torelli, 1851. 
Napoleon at the Gangway of the Bellerophon, 

1816. (His first painting.) 
Pilgrims arriving in Sight of Rome, 182S. 
Violante, 1853. 
%* Contributions to the Literature of the 

Fine Arts, 1848. 
Materials for a History of Oil Painting, 1847. 

(He also translated Goethe's Farbenhhrc, 
or Theory of Colours, 1847; and Kugler's 
Handbook of Painting, 1843.) 
Eastlake (Lady), wife of sir Charles, maiden 

name P^lizabeth Rigby, 1816- 
Letters from the Shores of the Baltic, 1841. 
Livonian Tales, 1846. 
Eastmak (Mrs. Mary), United States, 1814- 
Aunt Phillis's Cabin, 1852. 
Dacotah, or Life and Legends of the Sioux, 

1849. 
Romance of Indian Life, 1851. 
Eastwick (Edward Blackhouse), bom at War- 
field, in Berkshire, 1814- 
Dry Leaves from Young Egypt, 1849. 
Echard, F.S.A. (ijawrence), historian, Suffolk, 

1671-1730 
General Ecclesiastical History, 1702. (Pri- 

deaux says " it is the best of its kind.") 
History of England, 1707-18. 
Roman History, 1713. 
Eden (Hon. Emily), 1795-1869, 
People and Princes of India, 1844. 
Semi-detached House (The), 1859. 
Dp the Country, 1H66. 
Edgeworth (Maria), writer of tales, born at 

Hare-hatch, in Berkshire, 1767-1849. 
Belinda (a novel), 1803. 
Castle Rackrent 1801. (Her first novel.) 
Early Lessons, 1801. 
Essays on Practical Education, 1798. (Her 

first work.) 
Harrington and Ormond (a novel), 1817. 
Helen, 1834. (Her best novel.) 
Irish Bulls (^An Essay on), 1801. (In con- 
junction with her father.) 
Leonora (a novel), 1806. 
Moral Tales, posthumous 1866. 
Popular Tales, 1804. 

Practical Education, 1793. (With her father.) 
Tales and Novels, 1812. 
Tales of Fa.shionable Life, 1809, 1812. (The 
bpst are Ennui and The Absentee.) 

(Her Memoirs, by Mrs. Edgeworth, 1867.) 



EnwARUES (Sir Herbert), of Shropshire, 1«09- 
1868. 
Year on the Punjaub Frontier (A), 185U. 
Edwardes (Mrs. Annie), *-*. 
Archie Lovell, 1866. 
Blue Stocking (The), 1877. 
Creeds, 1859. 
Jet, 1878. 
Leah, 1875. 
May Fair, 1858. 
Miss Forrester, 1865. 
Ordeal for Wives, 1H65. 
Ought we to Visit Her? 1871. 
Point of Honour (A). 
Steven Laurence, 1868. 
Susan Fielding, 1869. 
Vagabond Heroes, 1873. 
Vivian the Beauty, 1879. 
World's Verdict (The), 1861. 
Edwards (Amelia Blandford), novelist, 1831- 
Barbara's History, 1864. 
Debenham's Vow, 1870. 
Half a Million of Money, 1865. 
Hand and Glove, 1859. 
In the Days of my Youth, 1873. 
Miss Carew (short tales), 1865. 
Mons. Maurice (a novelette), 1873. 
My Brother's Wife, 1855. 

Not works of Fiction. 
Thousand Miles up the Nile (A), 1877. 
Untrodden Peaks, etc., 1 873. 
Edwards (Bryan), historian, Wiltshire, 174;j- 
1800. 
Historical Survey of St. Domingo, 1797. 
History of the British Colonies in the West 
Indies, 1793. (In good repute.) 
Edwards (Edward), London, 1812- 

Economy of the Fine Arts in England, 1840. 
Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1868. 
Edwards, F.R.S. (George), naturalist, Essex, 
1693-1773. 
Gleanings of Natural History, 1758-64. 
History of Uncommon Birds, 1743-51. 
(His Memoirs, by J. S. Miller, 1776.) 
Edwards, D.D. (Jonathan), born at Windsor, 
in Connecticut, U.S., 1703-1758. 
Doctrine of Original Sin, 1758. 
Inquiry into the Freedom of the Will, 1754. 
Treatise concerning Religious Affections, 

1740. 
Works, including Sermons and Life (in 10 
vols.), 1830. 
Edwards, or Edwardes (Richard), dramatist, 
Somersetshire, 1523-1566. 
Damon and Pythias, 15C6. 
Palamon and Arcite, 1560. 
Paradise of Daintie Devices (which Shake- 
speare quotes from), 1563. 
Edwards (Sydenham), naturalist and botanist, 
about 1770-1850. 
Botanical Register, 1815-47. (Continued by 

Dr. Lindley.) 
Cynographia Britannica (i.e. British Dogs), 

1800. 
Rare Plants, 1809. 
Edwards (Thomas), 1591-1647. (Milton caila 
him "Shallow Edwards.") 
Gangrsena (i.e. Church Heresies), 1646. 
Egan (Pierce), humorist and jaoet, of Ireland, 
1772-1849. 
Anecdotes of the Turf, etc., 1827. 



1192 



EGAN — ELMORE. 



APPEKDIX I. 



ELLIOT r — KLLWOOD. 



Book of Sports and Mirror of Life, 1832. 
Life in Ix)ndon (Tom and Jerry), about 1824. 

(A. continuation, called " Tom, Jerry, and 

Logic," appeared subsequently.) 
Life of an Actor, 1825. 
I'anorama of the Sporting World, 1827. 
Pilgrims of tiie Rhine, 1828. 
Pilgrims of the Thames, 1838. 
Show Folks (The), 1831. 
Trial of J. Thurtell, etc., 1824. 
Walks in Bath, 1834. 
Egan (Pierce), novelist, London, 1814-1880. 
Adam Bell, 1842. 
Black Prince (The). 
Clifton Grey. 
Paul Jones, 1842. 
Quiutin Matsys, 1839. 
llobin Hood and Little John, 1840. 
Wat Tyler, 1841. 
Eliot fGeorge). See Evans (Marian). 
Ei-iOT (Samuel), bom at Boston, U.S., 1821- 
History of Liberty, 1849, 1853. 
Manual of the United States between 1492 

and 1850, published in 1856. 
Ellesmere (Francis Leveson Gower, earl of), 

London, 1800-1857. 
Life and Character of the Duke of Wellington, 

1852. 
Mediterranean Sketches, 1843. 
History of Liberty, 1849-1853. 
Ellicott, D.D. (Charles John), bishop of Glou- 
cester and Bristol, bom at Whitwell, ne.-ir 

Stamford, 1819- 
Commentaries on the Pauline Epistles, 1854, 

1855, 1858. 
History and Obligation of the Sabbath (a prize 

essay), 1844. 
On the Life of our Lord Jesus Christ (a 

Hulsean lecture), 1860. 
Sermons preached at St. Mary's, Cambridgi', 

1858. 
Elliot (George), 1784- 

Life of the Duke of Wellington, 1815. 
Elliotson, M.D. (John), London, 1788-1868. 
Human Physiology, 1835-40. 
Lumleyan Lectures, 1830. 
Zoist, 1843-54. 

*^* Translated Blumenbach's Physiology, 
1817. 
Elliott (Rev. Charles), born in Donegal, Ire- 
land, 1792-1869. 
History of the Great Secession from the 

Methodist Episcopal Church, 1855. 
Treatise on Baptism, 1834. 
Elliott (Charles Wyllys), bom at Guildford, 

Connecticut, U.S., 1817- 
Cottages and Cottage Life, 1848. 
Mysteries, or Glimpses of the Supernatural, 

1852. 
New England History (The), from 986 to 1776, 

published in 1857. 
St. Domingo, its Revolution and its Hero, 1555. 
Remarkable Characters and Places in the Holy 

Land, 1867. 
Wind and Whirlwind (a novel), 1868. 
Elliott (Ebenezer), the corn-law rhymer, born 

at Masborough, in Yorkshire, 1781-1849. 
Corn-law Rhymes, 1831-46. 
Love, 1823. 

More Prose and Verse, posthumous 1850. 
^'.inter (The), 1828. 



Vernal Walk (The), 1798. (His first poem.) 
Village Patriarch (The), 1829, 
Works compiled, 1876. 
(His Life, by Searle, 1852.) 
EixiOTT (Rev. Edward Bishop), 1795- 

Warburtonian Lectures (The), 1849-52. 
EzjJOTT (William), bora in Beaufort, Sor.ch 
Carolina, U.S., 1788, 
Carolina Sports by Land and Water, 1856. 
Fiesco (a tragedy), 1850. 
Ellis, F.R.S. (Alexander John), born " Sharpe," 
at Hoxton, in Middlesex, 1814- 
Alphabet of Nature, 1845. 
Basis of Music, 1877. 

Early Proimnciation, 1869, 1871, 1875, etc. 
Essentials of Phonetics, 1848. 
On the Musical Pitch, 1877. 
On the Pronunciation of Greek, 1877. 
Pronunciation for Singers, 1877. 
Speech in Song, 1878. 
Universal Writing and Printing, 1856. 
Ellis (George), 1745-1815. 
Specimens of Early English Poetry, 1790. 
Specimens of Ancient English Romances, 
1805. 
Ellis, D.D. (George Edward), bom at Boston, 
U.S., 1814- 
Half a Century of the Unitarian Controversy, 

1857. 
Memoir of J.ared Sparks, 1869. 
Memoirs of Count Rumford, 1871. 
Ellis (Henry), Arctic voyager, 1721-1806. 
Voyage to Hudson's Bay etc. (A), 1748. (A 
valuable work.) 
Ellis, F.S.A. (Sir Henry), London, 1777-1869. 
Introduction to Domesday Book, 1816. 
Letters Illustrative of English History, 1824, 
1827, 1846. 
%* An Edition of Brand's Popular Anti- 
quities, 1813; and of Dugdale's Monasticoii 
1817-30. 
E«,Lis (John), naturalist, London, 1710-1776. 
Description of the Mangostan and Bread Fruit, 

1775. 
Essay towards a Natural History of Corallines, 

1755. 
Historical Account of Coffee, 1774. 
Natural History of Uncommon Zoophytes, 
posthumous 1786. 
Ellis (Rev. William), London, 1789-1872. 
History of Madagascar (A), 1839. 
Madagascar revisited, etc., 1867. 
Narrative of a Tour through Owhyhee, 1826. 
Polynesian Researches, 1829. 
Three Visits to Madagascar, 1853-56. 
Vindication of the South Sea Missions, 1831. 
Ellis (Mrs.), maiden name Sarah Stickiiey, 
wife of the Rev. William Ellis, 1812- 
Daughters of England, 1842. 
Hearts and Homes, 1848-49. 
ISlothers of Great Men (The), 1859. 
Pictures of Private Life, 1845. 
Social Distinction, 1854. 
Wives of England, 1843. 
Women of England, 1838. 
Ellistou (f?obert William), actor, London, 
1774-1831. 
Venetian Outlaw (The), 1805. 
Ei LWOOD (Thomas), born at Crowell, in Oxford- 
shire, 1639-1713. 
Autobiography, posthumous 1714. 



ELI>YS EVERETT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. evans— evkuett. 



1193 



Davideis, or Life of David (a poem), 1712. 
JSdcred History, 1705-9. 

•^* He suggested to Milton the subject of 
Paradise Regained in 1665. 
EiJ.Ys, D.D. (Anthony), bishop of St. David's, 
1693-1761. 
Tracts on the Liberty ... of Protestants in 
England, 1763-65. 
Klmore, Fl.A. (Alfred), painter, born at Clona- 
kilty, in Ireland, 1815- 
Crjicifixion (The)^ 1838. 
Deiith-bed of Robert. King of Naples, 1848. 
Fainting Hero (The), 1846. 
iiriselda, 1850. 
Hotspur and the Fop, 1851. 
Invention of the Stocking-loom, 1847. 
Martyrdom of Thomas a Becket, 1839. 
Oi igiia of the Guelph and Ghibelline Quarrel, 

1846. 
Religious Controversy in the Time of Louis 

XIV., 1849. 
Rienzi in the Forum, 1844. 
Elphinstone (Mountstuart), 1778-1859. 

Account of the Kingdom of Cabul (An), 1815. 
History of India, 1841. 
Elphinstone (William), bishop of Aberdeen, 
1430-1514. 
Breviarium Aberdonense, printed 1509-10. 
Elyot (Sir Thomas), 1495-1546. 
Dictioiiarium, 1538. 
Castell of Health (The), 1541. 
Governor (The), 1531. 
Em BERT (Mrs.), maiden name Emma Catherine 
Manley, born at New York, U.S., 1806-1.S63. 
Constance Latimer, or the Blind Girl (a novel), 

1831. 
Guido, and other Poems, 1828. 
Emerson, LL.D. (Ralph Waldo), the "Rage of 
Concord," born at Boston, U.S., 18C3-1879. 
Conduct of Life (The), 1860, 
English Traits, 1856. 
Kssays, 1844, 1847. 
Literary Ethics, 1838. 
Man the Reformer, 1841. 
May-day, ami other Poems, 1867. 
Nature and Man thinking, 1837. 
Poems, 1846. 

Representative Men, 1849, 
Enfield, LL.D. (William), of Suffolk, 1741- 
1797. 
History of Philosophv, 1791. 
Sermons, 1768-70, 1777, 1798. 
Speaker (The), a selection of pieces for school 
recitations, etc., 1775. (Once largely used.) 
Erskine {3 ohn), jurist, 1695-1765. 

Institute of the Law of Scotland, posthumous 

1773. 
Principles of the Law of Scotland, 1754. 
Erskine, D.D. (John), of Scotland, 1721-1803. 
fcketches, etc, of Church History and Theo- 
logical Controversy, 1790-97. 
(His Life, by sir H. M. Weliwood, 1818.) 
EsiY (James P.), meteorologist, of Western Penn- 
sylvania, U.S., 1786-1860, 
Philoeophy of Storms, 1841. 
Etuebege (Sir George), dramatist, Oxfordshire, 
1636-1694. 
%• For his plays, see Appendix 111. 
Etty, R.A. (William), born at York, 1787- 
1849. 
Cleopatra's Arrival in Cilicia, 1821. 



Combat (The), 1825. (His chef-d'mtvre.^ 

Coral Finders (The), 1820. 

Female Bathers sui prised by a Swan (in the 

National Gallery), 1832. 
Joan of Arc, 1347. 
Judith (three pictures in the Scotch National 

Gallery), 1827, 1830, 1831. 
k Telemach us rescuing Antiope, 1811. 

Ulysses and the Syrens (in the Manch^stet 

Institution), 1837. 
Youth at the Prow and Pleasure at the Helm 
(in the National Gallery), 1832, 

(His Life, by Gilchrist, 1855.) 
Evan.s (David Morier), 1819-1874. 
City Men and City Slanners, 1853. 
Commercial Crisis, 1847-48. 
Facts, Failures, and Frauds, 1859. 
Evans, D.C.L. (John), geologist, 1823- 
Ancient British Coins, 1864. 
Ancient Bronze Implements, 1881, 
Flint Implements of the Driil, 1868. 
Evans (Marian), Mrs. Cross, nom de plum* 

"George Eliot," novelist, 1820-18»0. 
Adam Bede, 1859. (Her best novel.) 
Agatha (a poem), 1869. 
Daniel Fwronda, 1876. 
Felix Holt, the Radical, 1866. 
Impressions of Theophrastus Such, 1879. 
Legend of Jubal, and other Poems, 1874, 
Middlemarch, 1871-72. 
Mill on the Floss, 1860. 
Romola, 1863. (Considered a very classical 

novel. It first appeared in the Cornhill 

Magazine.) 
Scenes of Clerical Life, 1858, 1861. 
Silas Mamer, the Weaver of Raveloe, 1861. 
Spanish Gypsy (The), a poem, 1868, 

Translations. 
Essence of Christianity, by Feuerbach, 1853. 
Life of Jesus, by Strauss, 1846. 

(Her Life, by Kegan Paul, 1881.) 
EvANSON (Rev. Edward), freethinker, bom at 

Warrington, in Lancashire, 1731-l!:<05. 
Dissonance of the Four Evangelists, etc., 

1792. 
Evelyn (John), bom at Wotton, in Surrey, 

1620-1706. 
Acetaria, a Discourse of Sallets, 1699. 
Diary and Correspondence, posthumous 1813. 

(Highly appreciated.) 
French Gardener (The), 1658, 
Kalendarium Hortense, 1664. 
Gardener's Almanac ( i'he), 1664. 
Memoirs, posthumous 1818. (Sir W. Scott 

says he " never saw so rich a mine."^ 
Mundus Muliebris, 1690. 
Numismata, 1697. 
Parallel of Ancient and Modem Architecture, 

1669. 
Sculptura (or engraving on copper), 1662. 
Sylva, 1664. (His chief work.) 
Terra, 1675, 

(His Memoir, by W. Bray, 1818.) 
EvKRETT (Alexander Hill), bom at Boston, 

U.S., 1792-1847. 
America, or a General Survey of the Political 

Situation of , . . the Western Continent, 

1827. (The object is to prove that Russia 

and the United States must share between 

them the whole continent.) 
Critical and Miscellaneous Essays. 1845, 1847 



1194 EVERETT — FARlllXGTOX. APPENDIX 



FALCONER — FARRINGTON. 



Europe, or a General Survey of the Political 

Situation of the Priacipal Powers, etc. 

1822. 
New Ideas on Population, etc., 1822. 
Everett, D.C.L. (Edward), born at Dorchester, 

U.S., 1794-1865. 
Defence of Christianity (A), 1814, 
Orations and Speeches, 1825-50. 
EwBANK (Thomas), born at Barnard Castle, i n 

Durham, 1792-1870. 
Life in Brazil, 1858. 
World a Workshop (The), 1855 
Efre (Vincent), military writer, isio. 

Metallic Boats and Floating Waggons, etc., 

1856. 
Military Operations in Cabul, 1843. 
Observations on American Life-preserving 

Cars, 1856. 

Fabee (Rev. Dr. Frederick William), poet, Dur- 
ham, 1814-1863. 

Cherwell Water-lily, etc., 1840. 

Fathers of the Oratory, 1849. 

Sir Lancelot, 1844. 
Faber (Rev. George Stanley), 1773-1S54. 

Cabiri (The), or God-^ of Phenicia, 1803. 

Difficulties of Infidelity (The), 1824. 

Eight Dissertations upon the Prophetic Pro- 
mises of a Mighty Deliverer, 1845. 

Genius and Object of the Patriarchal, Leviti- 
cal, and Christian Dispensations, 1823. 

Horffi Mosaicae, 1801. (His chief work.) 

Origin of Pagan Idolatry, 1816. 

Primitive Doctrine of Election (The), 1836. 

Primitive Doctrine of Justification, 1837. 

Primitive Doctrine of Regeneration, 1840. 

Sacred Calendar of Prophecy, 1828. 
Fabyan (Robert), historian, 1450-1512. 

Chronicle, printed by R. Pynson, 1516. 
Faed, R.A. (Thomas), born at Burley Mill, In 
Scotland, 1826- 

First Break in the Family (The), 1857. 

Home and the Homeless, 1856. 

Mitherless Bairn (1 he), 1855. 

School Board in the North (A), 1881 . 

Scott and his Friends at Abbotsford, 1850. 
(His best picture.) 

Sunday in the Backwoods. 

Where is my Good Little Girl ? 1881. 

(His elder brother John is also an artist of 

repute.) 
Fairfax (Edward), of Yorkshire, *-1632. 

lasso's Jerusalem delivered translated into 
English verse, 1600. 
Fairholt (Frederick William), antiquary, etc., 
London, 1814-1866. 

.\ntiquities of Richborough, 1850. 

Dictionary of Terms of Art, 1854. 

England under the House of Hanover, 1848. 

History of Costume in England, 1846. 

Up the Nile, 1861. 
Faithoune (William), London, 1616-1691. 

Art of Graving and Etching, etc., 1662. 
Falconer, F.R.S (Hugh), botanist and pala'on- 
tologist, born at Forres, in Scotland, 1808- 
1865. 

Fauna Antiqua Sivalensis, 1846. 

Palaeontological Memoirs, 1868. 
Falconer (William), poet, Edinburgh, 1732- 
1709. 

Demagogue (The). 1765. 



Marine Dictionary (The), 1769, 
Shipwreck (The), in three cantos, 1762. 

(His Life, by Rev. J. S. Clarke, 1804 ; Rev. 
J. Mitford, 1836.) 
Falcon EK, M.D. (William), of Chester, 1741. 

1824. 
Dissertation on the Influence of t^e Passions 

on the Disorders of the Body, 1788. 
Remarks on the Influence of Climate, etc.. 1 7« I. 
Fanshaw (Sir Richard), born at Ware, in Hert- 
fordshire, 1608-1666. 
Translated the Lusiad of Camoens, 1655 ; the 

Faster Fido of Guarini. 
Faraday, D.C.L. (Michael), electrician, Lon- 
don, 1791-1867. 
Chemical Manipulation, 1827. 
Experimental Researches in Electricity, 1839, 

1844, 1855. (His chief work.) 
Experimental Researches in Chemistry and 

Physics, 1859. 
Also Lectures on "The History of a Candle," 

on " Non-metallic Elements," 1858, and on 

" Physical Forces," etc. 
(His Life, by Tyndall, 1870.) 
FAREY(John), London, 1791-1851. 
Treatise on the Steam Engine, 1827. 
View of the Agriculture and Minerals of 

Derbyshire, 1811. 
Farmer (Rev. Hugh), born near Shrewsbury, 

1714-1787. 
Dissertation on Miracles, 1771. 
Essay on the Demoniacs of the New Testa- 
ment, 1774. 
Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of our 

Lord's Temptation, etc., 1761. 
Prevalence of the Worship of Human Spirits 
in Ancient Heathen Nations, 1783. 

(His Life, by Michael Dodson, 1805.) 
Farmer, D.D. (Richard),of Leicester, 1735-1797. 

Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare, 1766-. 
Farnaby Qrhom.a.s), philologist, London, 1575- 

1647. 
Florilegium Epigrammatum Grfeoorum, etc., 

1629. 
Index Rhetoricus Scholis Accommodatus, 1623. 
Systema Grammaticum, 1641. 
Farquhar (George), diamatist, London, 1678- 
1707. 

%* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
Farrar, D.D. (Frederick William), born in 

Bombay, 1831- 
Chapters on Languag«i, 1865. 
Et'rnal Hope, ls78. 

Fall of Man (The), and other Sermons, 1865. 
Families of Speech, 1870. 
Lecture on Public School Education (A), 

1867. 
Life of Christ (The), 1874. (His chief work.) 
Life and Work of St. Paul, 1879. 
Marlborough Sermons, 1876. 
Origin of Language, 1860. 
Saintly Workers, 1878. 
Seekers after God, 1869. 
Silence and Voices of God (The), 1873. 
Witness of History to Chrisc (The), 1871. 
Fareington (Sarah Payson Willis), pseudonj'ra 

*' Fanny Fern," born at Portland, Ma.ue^ 

U.S., 1811- 
Fern Leaves from Fanny's Portfolio, 1350. 
Rose Clark, 1856. 
Ecth Hall, 1853. 



^sMIm^-^ 



FAULKNKK — FINDLAY. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. FKRXE — FIXDLAY. llf>5 



Illustrations of the Rock-cut Temples of 

india, 1845. 
Palaces of Nineveh and Persepolis restorrd, 

1851. 
Feeguson (Robert), ^et, bom in Edinburgh, 

1750-1774. 
Poems, posthumous 1774. 
Scripture i^Ietaphors, 1675. 

(H is Life, by D. Irving, 1799 ; A. Peterkin, 
J807-&.) 



Faulkner (Thomas), historical topographer, 

1776-1855. 
Historical and Topographical Description of 

Brentford, Ealing, and Chiswick, 1815 ; 

Chelsea and its Environs, 1810; Fulbam. 

1813; Hammersmith, 1839; Kensington, 

1320. 
Fawcett (Henry), of Salisbury, 1833- 
Ecouomic Position of the British Labourer 

(Tne), 1867. 
Free Trade and Protection, 1878. 
Manual of I'olitical Economy (A), 1863 (His 

chief work.) 
Pauperism, its Causes and Remedies, 187i ■ 
Fawkes (Francis), poet, of Yorkshire, J72i 

1777. 
Poems, 1761. 

Poetic Calendar, 1763. f 

Translations of Anacreon, Bion, Moschus, and 

Sappho, 1760. 
Translation of Theocritus, 1767. 
Fat (Theodore Sedgwick), of New York, U.S., 

1807- 
Countess Ida, 1840. 
History of Switzerland, 1860. 
Uiric, or the Voices (a poem), 1851. 
Feli.ows (Sir Charles), archcBologist, bom at 

Nottingham, 1799-1860. 
Account of the Ionic Trophy Monument, 

1848. 
Coins of Ancient Lycia, etc., 1855. 
Journal during an Excursion in Asia Minor, 

1839. 
Journal of a Second Excursion, 1841. 
Xanthian Marbles (The), etc., 1843. 
Ff.sn (Sir John), antiquary, born at Norwich, 

1739-1794. 
Three Chronological Tables, 1784. 

(He edited the Faston Utters, 1787.) 
Fenton (Sir Geoffrey), *-1608. 
History of the Wars of Italy, by Guicciar- 

dini, 1570. 
Monophylo (a philosophical treatise about 

love), 1572. 
Ferguson, LL.D. (Adam), historian, bom at 

Logierait, in Scotland, 1724-1816. 
Essay on the History of Civil Society, 1767. 
History of the Progress and End of the Roman 

Republic, 1783. (His chief work.) 
Institutes of Moral Philosophy, 1770. 
Principles of Moral and Political Science, 

1792. 
Ferguson (James), natural philosopher, born 

at Keith, in Scotland, 1710-1776. 
Art of Drawing in Perspective, etc., 1773. 
Astronomy explained, etc., 1756. 
Introduction to Electricity, 1770. 
Lectures on . . . Mechanics, Hydrostatics, etc., 

1760. 
Ferguson (James), bom in Ayr, Scotland, 



Ferne (Henry), bishop of Chester, born at 
York, 1602-1662. 

Episcopacy and Presbytery, 1647. 

Resolving of Conscience, 1642. 
Ferrier, LL.D. (James Fredenck), of Edin- 
burgh, 1808-1864, 

Institutes of Metaphysics, 1854. 

Lectures on Greek Philosophy, 1866. 

Theory of Knowing and Being (The), 1854. 
Ferrier (Susan Edmonston), novelist, ol 
Edinburgh, 1782-1854. 

Destiny, or the Chiefs Daughter, 1831. 

Inheritance (The), 1824. 

Marriage, i618. 

Works, 1841. 
Field (Rev. John"), bom at Wallingford, in 
Berkshire, 1812- 

Convict Discipline, 1855. 

Correspondence of John Howard, 1856, 

Life of .John Howard, 1850. 

Prison Discipline, 1848. 

Remarks on the Lord's Prayer, 1857. 

University and other Sermons. 1853. 
Field (Nathaniel), dramatist, *-1641. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Field, D.D. (Richard), of Hertfordshire, 1661- 
1616. 

Of the Church, 1606-10. 
(His Life, by his son, 1617.) 
Fielding (Henry), novelist, bom near Glaston- 
bury, in Somersetshire, 1707-1754. 

Amelia, 1752. 

Co vent Garden Journal, 1751-52. 

Jacobite Journal (The), 1748. 

Jonathan Wild (The History of), 1754. 

Joseph Andrews (The Adventures ol"), 1712. 

Journey from this World to the Next, llis. 

Tom Jones (The History of), 1750. (The 
best novel in the language.) 

True Patriot (The), 1745. 

Dramas, chiejlij Farces. 

Author's Farce (The), 1731. 

Coffee-house Politician ( The), 1732. 

Don Quixote in England, 1736. 

Historical Register (The), nss. 

Intriguing Chambermaid (The), 1734. 

Love in Several Masques, 1730. 

Miser (The), 1737. 

I\Iock Doctor (The), 1733. 

Modern Husband (The), 1735. 

Pasquin, 1736. 

Temple Beau (The), 1738. 

Tom Thumb, 1733. 

Wedding-day (The), 1740. 
(His Life, by Murphy, 1802 ; sir W. Scott, 

1821 ; Lawrence, 1855.) 
FiLMER (Sir Robert), *-1647. 

Anarchy of a Limited and Mixed Monarchy, 
1646. 

Freeholder's Grand Inquest (The), 1679. 

Original of Government, 1652. 

Patriarcha, or the Natural Power of the 
Kings of England, 1680. (This book called 
forth Locke's famous treatise on Govern- 
ment.) 

Political Discourses, 1680. 
FiNDLAY, D.D. (Robert), *-*. 

Divine Inspiration of the Jewish bcnptures, 
1804. (A reply to Dr. Geddes.) 

Vindication of the Sacred Books and of Jose- 
phus, 1770. (In refutation of Voltaire.) 



1196 



FINLAY — FLORIO. 



APPENDIX I. 



FLEETWOOD FLORIO. 



FiKLAT, LIj.D. (George), historian, Scotland, 

•-18:5. 
Greece under the Romans, 1843. 
History ot the Byzantine Empire, 1852. 
History of the Byzantine and Greek Empires, 

1853-54. 
History of Greece, from its Conquest by the 

Crusaders to its Conquest by the Turks, 1851. 
Higtory of Greece under Othoman, etc., 1854. 
History of the Greek llevolution, 1861. 
FiNLATsoN (George), naturalist and traveller, 

1790-1823. 
Mission to Siam and Hue, posthumous 1825. 

(His Memoirs, by T. S. Raffles, 1825.) 
FisHER (Rev. James), *-*. 

Martha Hatfield, the Wise Virgin, 1653. 
Fi.sHEE (Payne), poet laureate to Cromwell, 

pseudonym " I'aganus Piscator," 1616-1693. 
Piscatoris Poemata, 1656. 
FiTZHEEBERT (Sir Authouy), "-ISSS. 
Book of Husbandry, 1523. 
Grand Abridgment (The), 1514. 
New "Natura Brevium," 1534. 
OfiBce and Authority of Justices of Peace, 

1538. 
FiTZKOT (Robert), meteorologist, 1805-1865. 
Barometer Manual, 1861. 
Narrative of the Surveying Voyages of H.M.S. 

Adventurer and Beagle, 1824-33. 
Weather Book (The), 1863. 
Flamsteed (John), astronomer royal, born at 

Denby, near Derby, 1646-1719. 
Atlas Ccelestis, 1729. 
Historia Coelestis Britannica, 1675-1720. 
Flavel (Rev. John), nonconformist divine, 

1627-1691. 
Husbandry spiritualized, posthumous 1701. 
Works, posthumous 1820. 
Flaxman, R.A. (John), sculptor, born at York, 

1755-1826. 
Mercury and Pandora, 1805. 
Monument to Lord Mansfield in Westminster 

Abbey, 1795. 
Monument to Sir W. Jones, Oxford, 1797. 
Shield of Achilles, 1818. (Very famous.) 

Illustrations. 
^schylus, 1795. 
Dante, 1793-94. 
Hesiod, Works and Days, 1817. 
Homer, 1793-95. (His most celebrated work.) 
Flecknoe (Richard), poet, *-1678. (Immor- 
talized by Dry den.) 
Affections of a Pious Soul unto . . . Christ, 

1640. 
Damoiselles k la Mode (The), a comedy, 1667. 
Diarium (The), in 12 Jornadas, in burlesque 

rhyme, 1656. 
Enigmaticall Characters . . . from Life, 1658. 
Epigrams, 1665, 1672, etc. 
Enninia (a tragi-comedy), 1665. 
Heroic Portraits, 1660. 
Hierothalamium (Nuptials of Christ and the 

Soul), 1626. 
Love's Dominion (a dramatic piece), 1654. 
Love's Kingdom (a pastoral tragi-comedy), 

1664. 
lilarriage of Oceanus and Britannia (The), 

1659. 
Relation of Ten Years' Travells, etc. (A), 1654. 
Sir William Davenant's Voyage to the other 

World (a poetical fiction), 1668. 



Fleetwood (.John), *-*. 
Christian Dictionary, 1773. 
Life of Christ, about 1770, but the editiona 

are numerous. 
Fleetwood (William), bishop of Ely, sur- 

named "Silver-tongued," Londou, 165C 

1723. 
Chronicon Pretiosum, 1707. 
Inscriptionum Antiquarum Sylloge, etc., 

1691, 
Fletcher (Andrew), of Saltoun, in Scotland, 

1653-1716. 
Political Works, posthumous 1737. 

(His Life, by D. S. Erskine, 1792.^ 
Fletcher (Rev. Giles), poet, 1588-1623. 
Christ's Victory and Triumph (in four poems), 

1610. 
Fletcher, LL.D. (Giles), diplomatist, *-1610 
Israel Redux, 1677. 
Of the Russe Commonwealth, 1591. 
Fletcher (John), dramatist, of Northampton- 
shire, 1576-1625. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix IIL 
Several were written in conjunction with 
Beaumont. 

(His Life, by Rev. A. Dyce, 1830.) 
Fletcher (Phineas), poet, 1584-1660. 
Locustes (a satire), 1627. 
Purple Island (The), an allegorical poem 

in 12 cantos, 1633. (The " Purple Island " 

is the human body.) 
Sicelides (a piscatory), 1631. 

(His Life, by W. Jaques, 1816.) 
Flinders (Matthew), maritime discoverer, of 

Lincolnshire, 1760-1814. 
Voyage to Terra Australis, etc., IS 14. 
Flint, M.D. (Austin), born at Peter*ham, in 

Massachusetts, U.S., 1812- 
Practical Treatise on the Diseases of the 

Heart, 1859. 
Practice of Medicine (The), 1856. 
Flint (Austin), born at Northampton, in Mas- 
sachusetts, U.S., 1836- 
Physiology of Man, 1866-74. 
Sources of Muscular Power, 1878. 
Flint (Rev. Timothy), of Massachusetts, U.S., 

1780-1840. 
Arthur Clenning (a novel), 182S. 
Condensed Geography of the Western States 

of the Mississippi, 1828. 
Francis Berrian, or the Mexican Patriot (a 

novel), 1826. 
Geography of the Mississippi Valley, 1827. 
George Mason, or the Backwoodsman (a 

novel), 1830. 
Indian Wars in the West, 1833. 
Lectures on Natural History, etc., 1833. 
Memoir of Daniel Boone, etc., 1834. 
Recollections of Ten Years' Residence ... in 

the Valley of the Mississippi, 1826. 
Shoshonee Valley (The), a romance, 1830. 
Florbnck of Worcester, chronicler, l2th cen- 
tury. 
Chronicon . . . ab Initio Mundi ad Annum 

Domini 1141, first printed 1592. 
FfvORio (John), lexicographer, London, 1550- 

1625. (Ridiculed by Shakespeare in Love's 

Labour's Ij)st, as " Holofernes.") 
Florio his First Frutes, yielding Familiar 

Speech, Merrie Proverbes, Wi^tle Sentences 

and Golden Sayings, 1575. 



FLOWER — FORSTER. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. fourks— fouster. 1197 



Florio his Second Frutes, being 6000 Italian 

Provorbes, 1591. 
New World of Words: an Italian-English 
Dictionarle, 1595. 
Flower, LL.D. (William Henry), born at Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, in Warwiclcsbire, 1831- 
Diagrams of the Nerves of the Human Body, 

1871. 
Introduction to the Osteology of the Mamma- 
lia (An), 1870. 
Flupd, M.D. (Robert), Rosicrucian philosopher, 
surnamed "The Searcher," bora in Kent, 
1574-1637. 
Clavls Philosophic et Alchimife, 1617. 
De Supernaturalis, Naturalls, Praeternaturalis, 
et Contranaturalis JVIicrocosmi Historia 
1619. 
Mosalcall Philosophy, posthumous 1659. 
Sammum Bonum, etc., 1629. 
Utriusque Cosmi Metaphysica, Physica, 
atque Technica Historia, 1617. 
FoLKES, LL.D. (Martin), antiquary, bom at 
Westminster, 1690-1754. 
Table of English Silver Coin etc. (A), 1745. 
Tables des Monnaies d'or d'Angleterre, 1743. 
FooTE (Samuel), the "English Aristophanes," 
(?)born at Truro, in Cornwall, 1719-1777. 
Prelude on opening the Theatre, 1767. 
Lindamura, the Slanderer, and the Young 
Hypocrite, were posthumous. 
*^* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by W. Cooke, 1805.) 
Forbes (Duncan), of Culloden, in Scotland, 
1685-1747. 
Reflections on the Sources of Incredulity in 
. . . Religion, posthumous 1750. ("A little 
jewel.") 
Thoughts on Religion, 1735. 

(His Life, by Bannatyne, 1816 ; J. H. Bur- 
ton, 1847.) 
FoKBES (Edward), naturalist, bom in the Isle 
of Man, 1815-1854. 
History of British Star-fish, 1841. 
History of British Mollusca, 1853. (With 

S. Hanley.) 
On the Distribution of the Pulmonifera Mol- 
lusca of the ^gean, 1843. 
Travels in Lycia, 1846. (With lieutenant 
Spratt.) 
(His Life, by G. Wilson and A. Geikie, 
1861.) 
Forbes (James), London, 1749-1819. 
Letters from France, 1806. 
Memoir of Eliza Dalton, 1813. 
Oriental Memoirs, etc., 1813. 
FoKBES, D.C.L. (James David), of Edinburgh, 
1809-1868. 
Norway and its Glaciers, 1853. 
Iheory of Glaciers (The), 1859. 
Tour of Mont Blanc, 1855. 
Travels in the Alps of Savoy, 1843. 
(His Life, by Sbairp, 1873.) 
Forbes (Rev. John), of Aberdeen, 1593-1648. 

Institutiones Historico-Theologicas, 1646. 
Forbes, M.D. (Sir John), Scotland, 1787-1861. 
Cyclopaedia of Practical Medicine, 1833-35. 
Nature and Art in the Cure of Diseases, 1857. 
Physician's Holiday (The), 1849. 
Forbes (William), bishop of Edinburgh, bom 
at Aberdeen, 1585-1634, 
Considerationes Modestae ControversiAmm, 



de Justificatione, Purgatorio, Jnvocatione 
Sanctorum, etc., 1658. 
Forbes-Robertson (John), of Aberdeen, 1822- 

Great Painters of Christendom ( I'he), 1877. 
Ford (John), dramatist, Devonshire, 1586-1640. 
Fame's Memorial (In Memoriam of Ben Jon- 
son), 1606. 
%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Ford (Richard), traveller, London, 1796-1858. 
Gatherings in Spain, 1848. 
Handbook of Spain, 1845. 
FoRDUN (John de), historian, bora at Fordun, 
in Scotland, 1303-1386. 
Scotichronicon, part i. printed 1703 ; part ii. 
printed 1722; with supplement, 1759. (This 
book is the authority for all the early history 
of Scotland.) 
Fordyce (David), philosopher, Scotland, 1711- 
1751. 
Dialogues concerning Education, 1745-48, 
Elements of Moral Philosophy, 1743. 
Temple of Virtue (a dream), 1750. 
Theodorus, or Dialogue concerning the Art of 
Preaching, 1746. (His chief work). 
Fordyce, D.D. (James), Aberdeen, 1720-1796. 
Addresses to the Deity, 1785. 
Addresses to Young Men, 1777. 
Poems, 1787. 

Sermons to Young Women, 1766. 
Fordyce (George), of Aberdeen, 1750-1802. 
Elements of the Practice of Physick, 1768-70, 
Four Dissertations on Simple Fever, 1794, 
Treatise on the Digestion of Food, 1791. 
Fordyce (Sir William), of Scotland, 1724-1792, 
Fragmenta Chirurgica et Medica, 1784. 
New Inquiry into the Causes, etc., of Put»' J 

. , . Fevers, 1773. 
Review of the Venereal Disease, etc., 1768, 
FORSTER (George), traveller, 1754-1792, 
Joumey from Bengal to England, etc., 1790. 
Voyage round the World, 1777. 
FoRSTER (John), bom at Newcastle, 1812-1876 
Arrest of the Five Members by Charles I 

1860. (A valuable work.) 
Biographical and Historical Essays, 1859. 
Life of Charles Dickens, 1872-74. 
Life of Sir John Eliot, 1864, 
Life of Oliver Goldsmith, 1848, (Very good.) 
Life of Walter Savage Landor, 1868. 
Life of Jonathan Swift, 1876. (Unfinished.) 
Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England, 
1831-34. ^A valuable work.) 
FoRSTER, D.D. (Nathaniel), of Devonshire, 1717- 
1757. 
Arts and Sciences of Egypt, 1743, 
Disse^ation upon the Account . , , of Christ 

by Josephus, 1749. 
Platonis Dialogi Quinque, 1745. 
FoRSTER (Thomas Ignatius Maria), meteorolO' 
gist, London, 1789-1850. 
Anecdotes about Dogs, 1828. 
Observations on the Influence of Comets, 

1836. 
Observations on the Influence of Particular 
States of the Atmosphere on Human Health, 
1817. 
Observations on the Natural History of the 

Swallow, and its Brumal Retreat, 1817. 
Perennial Calendar (The), 1824. 
Pocket Encyclopaedia of Natural Phenomena, 
1827. 



1198 



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APPENDIX 



FOX — FRAUNCE. 



Researches about Atmospheric Phenomena, 

1823, (An esteemed work.) 
Synoptical Catalogue of British Birds, 1817. 
FOKSTTH (William), gardener, Aberdeen, 1737 - 
1804. 
Treatise on the Culture of Fruit Trees, 1802, 
(A standard work.) 
Forsyth (William), botanist, *-*. 
Botanical Nomenclaior, 1794. (An esteemed 
work.) 
FORTESCUE (Sir John), 1395-1485. 

De Laudibus Legum Angliae, 1466. 
FosBROOKE (Rev. Thomas Dudley), antiquary, 
London, 1770-1842. 
British Monachism, etc., 1802. 
Kncyclopaedia of Antiquities, 1823-25. 
Foreign Topography, 1828. 
Kistory of GIoucestiTshire, 1807. 
]Manners and Customs of the Monks and Nuns 

of England, 1810. 
Monastic Life (a poem), 1795. 
Foss (Edward), London, 1787-1870. 
Biographia Juridica, 1870. 
Judges of England, 1848-64. 
TabulBB Curiales, 1865. 
Foster, D.D. (James), of Exeter, 1697-1752. 
Essay on Fundamentals, etc., 1720. 
Natural Religion, 1749-52. 
Usefulness, Truth, and Excellency of the 
Christian Revelation, 1731. 
Foster (John), essayist, bom at Halifax, in 
Yorkshire, 1770-1843. 
Essay on the Evils of Popular Ignorance, 1819. 
Essays (in a series of letters), 1805. 
Introduction to Doddridge's Eise and Progress 
of Religion, 1825. 
(His Life, by Dr. Ryland, 1846; J. Shep- 
herd, 1846.) 
Foster (Sir Michael), born at Marlborough, in 
Wiltshire, 1689-1763. 
Examination of the Scheme of Church Power 
laid down in the Codex Juris Ecclesiastici 
Anglicani, 1735. 
Reports of Crown Cases, 1763. 
(His Life, by Michael Dodson, 181' ) 
Foster (Samuel), mathematician, 1.59'?-1652. 
Art of Dialling, 1638. 
Four Treatises of Dialling, 1654. 
Lucubrationes Mathematicae, 1659. 
Posthuma Posteri, 1652. 
Sector altered (The), 1661. 
Fothergill, M.D. (John), Yorkshire, 1712-1780. 
Works, posthumous 1781. 

(His Life, by Gilbert Thompson, 1782 ; 
Lettsom, 1783.) 
Fount .VINE (Sir Andrew), antiquary, 1726-1755. 

Numismata Anglo-Saxonica, etc., 1704. 
Fowler, M.D. (Thomas), born at York, 1736- 
1801. 
Medical Reports on Acute and Chronic Rheu- 
matism, 1795. 
Medical Reports on the Effects of Arsenic, 

1786. 
Medical Reports on the Effects of Tobacco, 
1785. 
Fox (Charles James), statesman, 1749-1806. 
History of the Reign of James II., posthu- 
mous 1808. 
Speeches, posthumous 1815. 

(His Life, by R. Fell, 1808; J. B. Trotter, 
1811 ; J. Allen. 1820 ; lord John Russell, 1859.) 



Fox (George), bom at Drayton, in Leicester- 
shire, 1624-1691. 
Great Mystery of the Great Whole unfolded 

(The), 1659. 
Works, posthumous 1694-1706. 

(His Life, by J. S. Watson ; Josiah Marsh, 
1848 ; Janney, 1853.) 
Fox (Luke), arctic voyager, 1585-1635. 

North-West Fox (The), 1635. 
FoxE (John), martyrologist, bom at Boston, in 

Lincolnshire, 1517-1587. 
Acts and Monuments (the Book of Martyrs), 

part i. 1554 ; Complete Edition, 1563. 
De Censura seuExcommtmicatione Ecclesias- 

tica, 1551. 
De Christo Crucifixo, etc., 1571. 
De Christo Triumphante (a Latin drama).1556. 
De Non Plectendis morte Adulteris Consul- 

tatio, 1548. 
Ecclesiastical History, 1570. 

(His Life, by S. R. Catley, 1843. 
Fkancillon (Robert Edward), novelist, born at 

Gloucester, 1841- 
Dog and his Shadow (A), 1876. 
Earl's Dene, 1870. 
Grace Owen's Engagement, 1868. (His first 

novel.) 
In the Dark, 1877. 
Olympia, 1874. 

Pearl and Emerald (The), 1872. 
Rare Good Luck, 1876. 
Strange Waters, 1878. 
Zelda's Fortune, 1873. 
Francis, D.D. (Philip), of Dublin, *-1773. 
Translated the Orations of Demosthenes, etc., 

1757. 
Translated Eorace into poetry, 1747. 
Francklin, D.D. (Thomas), London, 1720-1784. 

Translated Lucian, 1780 ; Sophoclis, 1759. 
Franklin, LL.D. (Benjamin), bom at Boston, 

U.S., 1706-1790. 
Poor Richard's Almanac, 1732-57. 
Way to Wealth (The), 1795. 
Works, posthumous 1836-40. 

(His Life, by Brissot, 1793 ; W. T. Franklin, 
1818 ; Walker, 1819 ; J. Sparks, 1844.) 
Franklin (Sir John), arctic voyager, bom at 

Spilsby, in Lincolnshire, 1786-1847. 
Narrative of a Journey to the Shoies of the 

Polar Sea, 1823. 
Narrative Of a Second Expedition to the Polar 

Sea, 1828. 
Eraser (Alexander), *-*. 

A Key to the Prophecies of the Old and New 

Testament, not yet accomplished, 1795. 
Fraser (James Baillie), Scotch traveller, 1783- 

1856. 
Journal of a Tour through the Snowy Range 

of the Himalaya Mountains to the Sources 

of the Jumna and Ganges, 1820. 
Narrative of a Journey into Khorassan, 1825. 
Travels and Adventures on the Shore of the 

Caspian Sea, 1826. 
Winter's Joumey from Constantinople to 

Tehran, 1838. 
Fraunce (Abraham), poet, famous for his Eng- 
lish hexameters, 1565-1630. 
Countesse of Pembroke's Yuychurch (three 

parts, in English hexameters), 1591. 
Deiith of Phillis and Amyntas (a "funeral," 

in Eaglish hexameters), 1585. 



FRKEMAN — FULKK. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. FuonisHKR— fulke. 1199 



Lament of Amintas for the Dnath of PhilliB 
(in English hexameters), 1592. 

Nativity, Passion, Hurial, and Resurrection of 
Christ (in English liexameters, 1591. 
Fkeeman, D.C.L. (Edward Augustus), his- 
torian, bom at Harborne, in Staffordshire, 
1823- 

Ancient Greece and Mediaeval Italy, 1858. 

Architecture of Llandaff Cathedral, 1851. 

Cathedral Church of Wells (The), 1870. 

Church Restoration, 18-16. 

Comparative Politics, 1873. 

Disestablishment and Disendowment, 1874. 

Essay of Window Tracery, 1850. 

General Sketch of European History, 1872. 

Growth of the English Constitution, 1872. 

Historical and Architectural Studies, 1876. 

Historical Essays, 1872-73. 

Historical Geography of Europe, 1881. 

History and Antiquities of St. David, 1860. 
(With Dr. B. Jones.) 

History and Conquests of the Saracens, 1856. 

History of Architecture, 1849. 

History of Federal Government, 1863. 

History of the Norman Conquest, 1867-76. 

Old p:nglish History for Children, 1 869. 

Ottoman Power in Europe (The), 1877. 

Unity of History (The), 1872. 
Frere (Rev. John Alexander), 1814- 

Inspiration of Scripture (The), 1850. 

Testimony of the Spirit to the Incarnation, 
1853. 
Friswell (James Hain), born at Newport, 
1827-1878. 

About in the "World, 1864. 

Better Self (The), 1875. 

Daughter of Eve (A), 1863. 

Francis Spira, and other Poems, 1865. 

Gentle Life (The), 1864. 

Houses with the Fronts Off, 1854. 

Life Portraits of Shakespeare. 1864. 

Man's Thoughts (A), 1872. 

One of Two, 1871. 

Other People's Windows, 18«8. 

Out and About, 1860. 

Varia, 1866. 
FuiTH, R.A. (William Powell), born at Harro- 
gate, in Yorkshire, 1820- 

Altisidora pretending Love to Don Quixote, 
1869 ; Amy Robsart and Janet, 1870 ; Ann 
Page, 1854; Blessing the Children, 1874; 
Before Dinner at Boswell's Lodging, 1875 
(sold for £4567) ; Charles XL's Last Sunday, 
1867 ; Child at his Evening Prayers, 1852 ; 
Claud Duval, 1860 (one of his best) ; Coming 
of Age, 1849 (time of queen Elizabeth) ; 
The Derby Day, 1858 (his best); Dolly 
Varden, 1843 ; The Dream of the Future, 
1856; English Merrymaking a Hundred 
Years ago, 1847 ; Feeding the Calves, 1855 ; 
For Better, for Worse, 1881; Garden 
Flowers, 1856 ; Gleaning, 1851 ; Henry 
VIII. and Anne Boleyn, 1873; Hogarth 
before the Governor of Calais, 1851 ; Hope 
and Fear, 1869 ; I know a Maiden Fair to 
see, 1871; Juliet on the Balcony, 1863; 
Knox and Mary Queen of Scots, 1844 ; A 
Lady at the Opera, 1855; Life at the Sea- 
side, 1854 (bought by queen Victoria); 
The Love Token, 1854 ; The Lovers, 1855 ; 
Maivolio before the Countess Olivia, 1840 



(his first exhibit); Malvolio tricked by 
Maria, 1855 ; Malvolio Soliloquizing, 1869 ; 
A Man in Armour, 1869; Many Happy 
Returns of the Day, 1856 ; Marriage of the 
Prince of Wales, 1865 (for the queen); 
Mrs. Page, Mr. Ford, Slender, Falstaff, and 
Mt. Page, 1843; Nell Gwyn, 1869; Norah 
Creina, 1846; An Old Woman accused of 
Witchcraft, 1848; Olivia and the Squire 
trying their Heights, 1842; Othello and 
Desdemona, 1840; Parting Interview of 
Leicester and Amy Robsart, 1841 ; The 
Poison Cup, 1854 ; Alexander Pope making 
Love to Lady M. W. Montagu, 1852 , The 
Railway Station, 1862 (one of his best); 
The Return of Labour, 1846 ; The Road to 
Ruin (in five pictures), 1878 ; Salon d'or of 
Homburg, 1871 ; Sancho Panza telling a 
Tale, 1850 ; The Saracen's Head, 1847 ; 
Sir Roger de Coverley and the Widow, 
1870 ; Sophia Western at the Inn Fire, 
1875 ; The Stage-coach Adventure, 1848 ; 
Sterne and the Grisette, 1845 ; Swift and 
Vanessa, 1881; Tom Jones and Sophia 
Western, 1875; The Village Pastor, 1845; 
Wicked Eyes, 1852 ; Widow Wadman and 
Uncle Toby, 1867. 
Feobisher (Sir Martin), maritime discooerer, 
1536-1594. 

Three Voyages for the Discovery of the 
North-west Passage, 1578. 
Froude, LL.D. (James Anthony), historian, 
born at Dartington, in Devonshire, 1818- 

English in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century 
(The), 1871-74. 

History of England from the Fall of Wolsey 
to the Death of Queen Elizabeth, 1856-70. 

Life of Bunyan, 1880. 

Life of Julius CEesar, 1876. 

Lives of the English Saints, 1844. 

Nemesis of Faith (The), 1848. 

Shadows of the Clouds (stories), 1847. 

Short Studies on Great Subjects, 1867, 1872. 
1877. 
Fry (Edmund), *-1835. 

Pantographia, 1799. (It contains copies of all 
the known alphabets in the whole world, 
and is highly interesting.) 
Fry (Sir Edward), born at Bristol, in Gloucester- 
shire, 1827- 

Adaptation of Christianity to the Nature of 
Man, 1857. 

Darwinism and Theology, 1872. 
FitY (John), a Socinian, 1599-1660. 

Clergy in their Colours (The), 1650. (Burnt 
by the sheriffs of London.) 

Pair of Bellows to blow off the Dust cast on 
John Fry, M.P., 1648. 

Theiss, with a Cordial to heal the Coxasivei 
which John Fry hath engendered, 1651. 
Fulke, D.D. (William), London, 1550-1589. 

Antiprognosticon contra . . . Astrologorum 
PrsEdictiones, 1560. 

Astrologus Luctus, 1571. 

Comment on the Rhemish Testament, 1580. 
(His best-known work.) 

Confut ition of a Libelle, etc., 1571. 

Confutation of William Allen, 1585. 

De Successione Ecclesiastica, etc., 1584. 

Goodly Gallery (A), 1563. (On meteors.) 

Metromachia, 1579. (A geometrical gamA.) 



1200 



FULLER — GALT. 



APPENDIX I. 



FUSELI — GALT. 



Ouranomachia, 1573. (A game resembling 

chess.) 
Philosopher's Game (The), 1563. (On chess.) 
Prelections upon Revelation, 1573. 
Responsio ad Thomse fcitapletoni Calumnias, 

1579. 
Retentive to stay Good Christians in the True 

Faith, 1580. (Against the motives of 

Richard Bristow.) 
Scripture Translation into the English Tong 

Defended (Our), 1583. 
Sermons at Alphages, 1577. 
Sermons at Hampton Court, 1571. 
Text of the New Testament . . . translated 

out of . . . Latin by the Papists of the 

Traitorous Seminarie at Rhemes, 1580. 
Fuller (Andrew), Baptist minister, called 

" The Franklin of theology," born at Wicken, 

in Cambridgeshire, 1754-1815. 
Calvinistic and Socinian Systems examined, 

1794. 
Expository Discourse ... of Genesis, 1806. 
Discourses on the Book of Genesis, 1806. 
Gospel its own Witness (The), 1797. 

(His Life, by Dr. Ryland, 1824.) 
Fuller, D.D. (Thomas), historian, bom at 

Aldwinkle, in Northamptonshire, 1608- 

1661. 
Abel Redivivus, or the Dead yet speaking, 

1652. 
Andronicus, or the Unfortunate Politician, 

1646. 
Appeal of Injured Innocence (The), 1659. 
Christ's Temptation, 1652. 
Church History of Britain, etc., to 1648 (his 

great work), 1655. Edited by J. S. Brewer, 

1845. 
David's Sin, Repentance, and Punishment (a 

poem), 1631. (His first publication.) 
p]phemeris Parliamentaria, 1654. 
Good Thoughts in Bad Times, 1645. 
Good Thoughts in Worse Times, 1646. 
Historic of the Holy Warre (The), 1639, 1640, 

1642, 1647, 1651. 
History of the University of Cambridge, 1 655. 
History of the Worthies of England (The), 

1662. (A valuable and interesting work.) 
Holy and Proftine State (The), 1642. 
Joseph's Party-coloured Coat, 1640. 
Life of Dean Colet, 1635. 
Mixt Contemplations in Better Times, 1660. 
Ornithologie, or the Speech of Birds, 1663, 
Pisgah-sight ol Palestine (A), 1650. 
Triania, 1654. 

(His Life, by A. T. Russell, 1844; H. 
Rogers, 1856 ; J. E. Bailey, 1874.) 
ruLLERTON(Lady), maiden name lady Georgi- 

ana Granville, novelist, 1814- 
Constance Sherwood (an autobiography), 1865. 
Ellen IVliddleton (a domestic story), 1844. (Her 

first work ) 
Grantley Manor, 1846. 
Lady Bird, 1852. 
La Comtesse de Bonneval, 1857. 
Laurentia (a tale of Japan), 1861. 
Life of Father Henry Young, 1874. 
Life of Louisa de Carvajal, 1873. 
Life of St. Frances of Rome, 1b57. 
Mrs. Gerald's Niece, 1869. . 
Rose Leblanc, 1860. 
Stormy Life (A). 13«7. 



Too Strange not to be True (a novel), 1864. 
Will and a Way (A), a novel, 1881. 
FusELi, R.A. (Henry), born in Switzerland, 

but lived in England, 1741-1825. 
Francesco da Rimini, 1786 ; Milton Gallery, 

1790 ; Ugolino, 1806. 

%* Also Three Lectures on Painting, 1801. 
(Much esteemed.) 

(His Life, by J. Knowles, 1831.) 

Gainsborough, R.A. (Thomas), painter, bom 
at Sudbury, in Suffolk, 1727-1788. 

Blue Boy (The), 1779. (His most famous pic- 
ture. It is in the Devonshire Gallery.) 

Cottage Door, 1787 ; Girl and Pigs, 1782. 

Portraits: Duke of Argyll, 1779; Chester- 
field, 1769 ; Garrick, 1766 ; Lord and Lady 
Ligonier, 1771 ; Sir C. Morgan, 1783 ; Prin- 
cesses Royal (Augusta and Elizabeth), 1784 ; 
Colonel St. Leger, 1782 ; Mrs. Siddons, 1784 ; 
Colonel Tarleton, 1782. 

Woodman, 1787. 
(His Life, by P Thicknesse, 1788 ; G. W. 

Fulcher, 1856.) 
Gainsford (Thomas), 1588-1629. 

Glory of England (The), 1619. 

Historic of Trebizonde (in four books), 1616. 
(Tales.) 

Secretaries Studie, 1616. 

True and Wonderfull Historle of Perkin 
Warbeck, 1618. 

Vision of Henry VII. (a poem), 1610. 
Gaisford, D.D. (Thomas), dean of Christ Church, 
critic, born in Wiltshire, 1779-1855. 

Ethnologicon Magnum, 1848. 

Hephfestionis Enchiridion, 1810. 

Herodotus, 1824. 

Homeri Ilias, 1821. 

Odyssea, 1827. 

PoetaB Grffici Minores (edited, with critical 
notes), 1814-20. 

Suidaj Lexicon, 1834. 
Gale (Roger), antiquary, London, 1672-1744 

Knowledge of Medals, 1697. 

Registrum Honoris de Richmond, 1722. 
Gale (Samuel), antiquary, London, 1682-1754. 

History of Winchester Cathedral, 1715. 
Gale (Rev. Theophilus), of Devonshire, 1628- 
1678. 

Court of the Gentiles (The), 1669-78. (Still 
in good repute.) 
Gale (Thomas), philologist, of Yorkshire, 
1636-1702. 

Historiae Anglicanaj Scriptores Quinque, 1687. 

Historiae Britannicae Saxonicae, Anglo-Danicas 
Scriptores, xv. 1691. 

Jamblichus, 1678. 

Opuscula Mythologica, etc., 1671. 

Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores Veteres, 1684. 
Galfrid. See Geoffrey of Monmouth. 
Gall (Richard), a Scotch lyric poet, 1776-1801. 

Farewell to Ayrshire (a poem falsely ascribed 
to Burns). 

My only Jo and Dearie (a poem), about 1737. 
Galt (John), novelist, born at Irvine, in Scot- 
land, 1779-1839. 

Autobiography, 1833. 

Life of Benjamin West, 1816. 

Life of Cardinal Wolsey, 1812. 

Life of Lord Byron, 1830. 

Literary Life and Miscellanies, 1834. 



G ALTHE R— OAY. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



GASCOIGNE— GAY. 



1201 



Lives of the Players, 1831. 

Ouranoulogos, 1833. 

Voyages and Travels, 1812. 

Wandering Jew (The), no date. 
Novels. 

Annals of the Parish, 1821. (His best novel.) 

Ayrshire Legatees, 1821. 

Boyle Corbet, or the Emigrant, 1831. 

Eben Erskine, or the Traveller, 1813. 

Entail (The), 1823. 

Forester (The), 1825. 

Gathering of the West, 1823. 

Last of the Lairds (The), 1826. 

Lawrie Todd, or the Wood Settlers, 1830. 

Majolo, 1820. 

Member (The), an autobiography, 1832. 

Omen (The), an historical romance, 1824. 

Provost rrhe), 1822. (Very good.) 

Ringan Gilhaize (a tale of the Covenanters), 
1823. 

Sir Andrew Wylie of that Ilk, 1822. 

Southennan, 1830. (Queen Mary's time.) 

Steamboat (The), 1822. 

Stolen Child (The), 1833. 

Stories of the Study, 1833. 

Trials of Margaret Lyndsay, 1823. 

(And several others in The Novelist's Library, 
The Romancist, etc.) 
Galther (Philip), *-*. 

Gtestorum Alexandri Magni Libri Decern, 
printed by Pynson. (It contains the pro- 
verb Incidis in Scyllam cupiens vitare 
Cliarybdis.) 
Gardiner, D.D. (Stephen), bishop of Winches- 
ter, bom at Bury St. Edmunds, 1483-1555. 

A Necessary Doctrine of a Christian Man, 1543. 

De vera Obedientia, 1534. 

Detection of the Devil's Sophistrie, 1546. 

Rescvynge of the Romishe Fcxe, 1543. 
Gardner, M.D. (John), born at Coggeshall, in 
Essex, 1804- 

Great I'hysician (The), 1843. 

Household Medicine, 1863. 

Treatise on Consumption, 1854, 
Garrick (David), bom at Hereford, 1716-1779. 

Clandestine.Marriage (a comedy), 1796. (With 
Colman).' 

Guardian (The), 1759. (Altered from Mas- 
singer's comedy.) 

Irish Widow (The), a farce, 1757. 

Lethe, 1743. 

Lying Valet (a farce), 1740. 

Miss in her Teens (a farce), 1747. 

With about 30 other dramatic pieces, most of 
them adaptations. 

His Works were compiled and published 17«5- 
1798. 
(His Life, by Tom Davies, 1780 ; A. Murphy, 

1801.) 
Garth, M.D. (Sir Samuel), poet, bom at Cam- 
bridge, 1657-1719. 

Claremont (a poem). 1715. 

Dispensary (The), in 6 cantos, 8 syl. rhymes, 
1699. (A poetical satire. His chief work.) 
Gascoigne (George), poe^ 1530-1577. 

ComplajTit of Philomene (The), 1576. 

Flowres, Hearbes, and Weedes, 1566. 

Fruits of War, 1587. 

Glasse of Government (The), a play, 1576. 

Grief of Joy (The), 1576. 

Hermit's Tale at Woodstock (The), 1575. 



Hundreth Sundrie Flowres in One Small 
Posie (A), 1572. 

looasta (a tragedy), posthumous 1587. 

Pleasures of Kenilworth Castle, 1576. 

Steele Glas (The), a Satyre, 1576. 

Storie of Ferdinando Jeronimi (The), posthu- 
mous 1587. 

Supposes (a comedy from Ariosto), 1566. 

Wyll of the Deuyll, posthumous 1825. 
(His " Remembravnce," by G. Whetstone, 

1577.) 
Gascoigne (Mrs.), maiden name Caroline Leigh 
Smith, novelist, born at Dale Park, 1813- 

Aunt Prue's Railway Joumey, 1865. 

Belgravia (a poem). 1851. 

Crystal Palace (The), a poem, 1852. 

Dr. Harold (a novel), 1865. 

Evelyn Harcourt, 1842. 

Next-door Neighbours (The), 1855. 

School for Wives (The), 1839. 

Spencer's Cross Manor-House (a tale for chil- 
dren), 1852. 

Temptation, or a Wife's Perils, 1839. (Her 
first production.) 
Gaskell (Mrs.), maiden name Elizabeth Cleg- 
horn Stevenson, novdist, born at Chelsea, 
1810-1866. 

Cranford, 1853. 

Lizzie Leigh, 1857. 

Mary Barton, 1848. (Her best.) 

Moorland Cottage (The), a Christmas story, 
1850. 

North and South, 1855. 

Round the Sofa, 1859. 

Ruth, 1853. 

Sylvia's Lovers, 1860. 

Wives and Daughters, 1866. 

(Also the Life of Charlotte Bronte, 1857.; 
Gastrell (Francis), bishop of Chester, 1662- 
1725, 

Christian Institutes (a concordance of parallel 
texts), 1707. 
Gataker (Rev. Thomas), London, 1574-1654. 

De Nomine Tetragrammate, etc., 1645. 

De Novi Testamenti Puritate, 1648. 

Dialogue on the Unlawfullness of Playing at 
Cards, etc., 1593. 

Opera Critica, posthumous 1697-98. 
Gatty (Mrs.), maiden name Margaret Smith, 
born in Essex, 1809-1873. 

Fairy Godmothers, and other Tales, 1851. 

Life of Dr. Scott, 1842. 

Old Folks from Home (a tour in Ireland), 
1856. 
Gauden, D.D. (John), bishop of Worcester, born 
at Mayfield, in Essex, 1605-1662. 

Eikon Basilike, 1649. (He claims the author- 
ship of this book.) 
Gat (John), poet, bom at Barnstaple, in Devon- 
shire, 1688-1732. 

(11) Ballads, 1725. 

Beggar's Opera (The), an opera, 1727. 

Black-eyed Susan (a song), 1725. 

Captives (The), a play, 1724. 

Dione (a pastoral tragedy). 

(14) Epistles, 1709-22. 

Fables (50 in part i., 16 in part ii.), 1727-38. 

Fan (The), in 3 books, 1713. 

Polly, a Sequel to the " Beggar's Opera," 1729. 

Rural Sports (in 2 cantos), 1711. 

Shepherd's Week (in 6 pastorals), 1714. 



1202 



GEDDES — GIFFORD. 



APPENDIX I. 



GEOFFKEY — GIFFORD. 



Three Hours after Marriage (a farce), 1715. 

Trivia (in 3 books), 1712. 

What d'ye Call It? (a poem on the Royal 

family), 1715. 
Wile of Bath (The), a comedy, 1713. 

(His Life, by Coxe, 1796; Owen, 180-t.) 
Geddes, LL.U. (Rev. Alexander), born at Arra- 

dowl, in Scotland, 1737-1802. 
Apology for the Roman Catholics of Great 

Britain, 1801. 
Bardomachia, or Battle of the Bards. 
Battle of Bangor, or the Church's Triumph (a 

comic-heroic poem in nine cantos). 
Confessional (The), a poem. 
Critical Remarks on the Hebrew Scriptures, 

1800. 
Holy Bible . . . translated, etc., 1792-1807. 
Idea of a New Version of the Holy Bible for 
the Use of the Knglish Catholics, 1780. 

(His Life, by Dr. Mason Good, 1803.) 
Geddes (James), of Scotland, 1710-1749. 
Essay on the Composition, etc., of the An- 
cients . . , 1748. 
Geddes, LL.D. (Rev. Michael), of Edinburgh, 

1671-1714. 
Church History of iEthiopia, 1696. 
Church History of Malabar, 1694. 
Tracts on Divers Subjects, posthumous 1715. 
Gee (D.D. (Edward), 1636-1698. 

Steps of Ascension to God, or a Ladder to 

Heaven, 1677. (Printed about 30 times.) 
Gke (John), 1582-1648. 

Foot out of the Snare (The), 1624. (An expose 

of the impositions of English priests.) 
Gee (Joshua), 1726-1788. 

J'rade and Commerce of Great Britain (The), 

1767. (In good esteem.) 
Getkie (Archibald), .(/eo^oyis^, Edinburgh, 1835- 
Memoir of Sir Roderick I. Murchisou, 1874. 
Phenomena of the Glacial Drift of Scotland, 

1863. 
Life of Edward B'orbes, 1861. (With Dr. G. 

Wilson.) 
Scenery of Scotland, viewed in Connection 

with its Physical Geography, 1805. 
Story of a Boulder ( fhe), 1853. 
Student's Manual of Geology, 1871. (With J. 

B. Jukes.) 
Gell (Sir William), antiquary, born at Hopton, 

in Derbyshire, 1777-1836. 
Attica, 1817. 

Geography and Antiquities of Ithaca, 1807. 
Itinerary of Greece, 1810. 
Itinerary of the Morea, 1817. 
I'ompeiiana, 1817-19. (With J. P. Gandy.) 
Topography of Rome and its Vicinity, 1834. 
Topography of Troy, 1804. 
■^Jent (Phumas), topographical antiquary, of 

Yorkshire, 1691-1778. 
Annales Regiodimi HuUini {i.e. Kingston- 

upon-HuU), 1735. 
Customs and Orders of the Lord Mayor, etc., 

of York, 1730. 
Divine Entertainments, 1724. 
History of the Eastern Window of Tork 

Cathedral, 1762. 
History of England and Rome (A), 1741. 
Miscellanea Curiosa, 1734. 
Rippon (Ancient and modem history of), 

1713. 
York (Ancient and modern history of), 1730. 
Yorkshire Miliiiu (History of the), 1700 



Poetry. 

Divine Mercy and Justice Displayed in the 
Life and Death of Judas Iscariot, 1772. 

Life and Death of Job, 1784. 

Life and Death of St. Robert the Hermit (no 
date). 

Life and Death of St. Winefred, 1743. 

Life and Miracles of Jesus Christ (no date). 
(His Life, by himself; edited by J. Hnnier, 

1832.) 
Geoffrey of Monmouth, bishop of St. Asaph, 
chronicler, born at Monmouth, 1082-1154. 

Chronicon, sive Historia Britonum, 1128; first 
printed 1508. 

Vita et Vaticinia Merlini (in hexameter 
verse), printed 1830. 
Gibbon (Charles), novelist, *- 

A Heart's Problem, 1881. 

Braes of Yarrow, 1881. 

Dangerous Connections, 1873. 

Dead Heart (a tale of the Bastille), 1874. 

For Lack of Gold, 1875. 

For the King, 1878. 

In Honour Bound, 1877. 

In Love and War, 1877. 

In Pastures Green, 1880. 

Queen of the Meadow, 1879. 

Robin Gray, 1876. 

What will the AVorld say.? 1878. 
Gibbon (Edward), historian, born at Putney, in 
Surrey, 1737-1794. 

Antiquities of the House of Brunswick, post- 
humous 1799. 

Autobiography, posthumous 1799. 

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 1776- 
1788. 

Essais sur I'Etude de la Litterature, 1761. 
(His Life, by lord Sheffield, 1799; H. H. 

Milman, 1839 ; W. Youngman, 1844 ; J. C. 

Morison, 1879.) 
Gibbons, Mus.D. (Orlando), musical composer, 
born at Cambridge, 1583-1625. 

Anthems. (These are masterpieces, espe- 
cially "Almighty and Everlasting God," 
" Hosannah to the Son of David," and " 
clap your Hands.") 

Madrigals and Mottets for five voices, 1612. 
("Dainty Sweet Bird," and "The Silver 
bwan," are gems of rare value.) 
Gibson (Edmund), bishop of London, Saxonist, 
of Westmoreland, 1669-1748. 

Chronicon Saxonicum, 1692. 

Codex Juris Ecclesiastici Anglican!, 1713. 

Also translated Camden's Britannia, 1695. 
Gibson, R.A. (John), sculptor, born near Con- 
way, in Wales, 1790-1866. 

Aurora rising from the Waves to announce 
Day ; The Hours, 1847 ; Hunter and Dog, 
1839 ; Hylas and the Nymphs (in the 
National Gallery), 1837 ; Mars and Cupid 
(Chatsworth), 1821 ; Nymph loosing her 
Sandal, 1819; Psyche and the Zephvis, 
1821-22; The Tinted Venus, 1862; tho 
Wounded Amazon, 1837. 
GiFFORD (John), historian (real name John 
Richard Green), 1758-1818. 

Address to the People of England, 1792. 

Anti-Jacobin Review, 1798. 

History of France, 1791-93. 

Political Life of W. Pitt, 1809. 

Reign of Louis XVI., aud History af Ihe 
Revolution, ]80l. 



GIFFORD — GIRALDU8. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. giles— giraldus. 1203 



GiFFOiD (William), satirist, bom at Ashburton, 
in Devonshire, 1756-1826. 

Baviad (The), a satire in verse, 1791. 

Mieviad (The), a satire in verse, 1795. 

Also an Autobiograpliy, prefixed to his trans- 
lation of Juveval, 1802. 
GiLBAUT (James William), London, 1794-1863. 

History and Principles of Banking, 1834. 

Logic of Banlving, 1859. 

Logic for the Million, 1851. 

Practical Treatise on i5anking, 1827. 
Gilbert (Sir Humphrey), of Devonshire, 1539- 
1583. 

Possibility of a North-west Passage, 1576. 
Gilbert (Sir Jeffrey), bora at Goudhurst, in 
Kent, 1674-1726. 

Historical Viev/ of the Court of Exchequer, 
1738. 

History and Practice of the Court of Chancery, 
1758. 

Law of Devises, 1730. 

Law of Evidence, 1760. 

Law of Uses and Trusts, 1734. 

Reports in Equity, 1734. 

Treatise of Tenures, 1738. 
Gilbert, R.A. (Sir John), 1817- 

Arrest of Lord Hastings, 1836 (his first 
exhibit); Cardinal Wolsey at Leicester 
Abbey, 1877 ; The Doge of Venice, 1877 ; 
Don Quixote documenting Sancho Panza ; 
Fair St. George, 1881 ; Don Quixote at the 
Duke's Cattle, 1875 ; Evening, 1880 ; The 
Field of the Cloth of Gold, 1874 ; Henry 
VI. and Gloster lying dead, 1880; May- 
dew, 1878 ; Murder of Thomas a Becket ; 
Othello before the Senate ; Ready, 1878 ; 
Richard II. resigning the Crown, 1876. 
Gilbert, M.D. (William), born at Colchester, 
1540-1603. 

De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus, et de 
Magno Magnete Tellure, 1600. (A master- 
work.) 

De Mundo nostro Sublunari Philosophia Nova, 
1651. 
Gilbert (William Schwenck), dramatic author, 
London, 1836- 

Bab Ballads (The), contributed to Fun. 

Broken Hearts (a comedy), 1876. 

Charity (a play in four acts), 1874. 

Dulcamara, 1866. (His first dramatic piece.) 

H.M.S. Pinafore (a nautical comic operetta), 
1873. (With Sullivan.) 

Ne'er-do- Weel ( The), a comedy, 1878. 

On Bail (from the French), a comedy, 1877. 

Palace of Truth (a fairy comedy), 1871. 

Patience (an sesthetic opera), 1881. (With 
Sulliv£^»^.) 

Pygmalion and Galatea (a fairy comedy), 1871. 

Sweethearts (a dramatic piece in two acts), 
1874. 

Trial by Jury (an operetta), 1875. (With 
Sullivan.) 

Wicked World (The), a farcical comedy. 1873. 
Gilchrist, LL.D. (John Borthwick), orientalist, 
born in Edinburgh, 1759-1841. 

Anglo-Hindostanee Dictionary, 1786-90. 

British Indian Monitor, 1806-8. 

Hindee Story-teller (The), 1802-3. 

Hindostanee Grammar, 1796. 
GiLDAS "The Wise,'' chronicler, b\Q-hlQ. 

De Excidio Britannise, 560 ; printed in 1525. 



Giles, D.C.L. (Rev. John Allen), historian, 1802-- 
History of the Ancient Britons. 
Life and Letters of Thomas Becket. 
Life and Times of Alfred the Great. 

(His works extend to 160 volumes.) 
GiLFiLLAN (Rev. George), born at Comrie, in 

Perthshire, 1813-1878. 
Alpha and Omega, 1860. 
Bards of the Bible, 1850. 
Christianity and our Era, 1857. 
Gallery of Literary Portraits, 1845. 
Second Gallery of Literary Portraits, 1849. 
Third Gallery of Literary Portraits, 1854, 
History of a Man, 1856. 
Martyrs, Heroes, and Bards of the Scottish 

Covenant, 1852. 
Modern Christian Heroes, 1869. 
Gill (Edmund), landscape painter, London, 

1820- 
Fall of the Llugwy Bettws-y-Coed, 1860. 
Fall of the River Clyde, 1866. 
On the River Lledr, North Wales, 1864. 
Storm Scene at St. Gowan's (A), 1846. 
Waterfall on the River Mellte, South W^alea 

1872. 
Waters dividing from the Land (Genesis) 

1869. 
Gill, D.D. (John), Baptist minister, born al 

Kettering, in Northamptonshire, 1697-1771. 
Body of Doctrinal Divinity, 1769-70. 
Cause of God and Truth, 1735-38. 
Exposition of the Bible, 1746-66. 
Exposition of Solomon's Song, 1728. 
Prophecies . . . relating to Christ, 1728. 
Gillies, LL.D. (John), historian, of Scotland, 

1747-1836. 
History of Ancient Greece, 1786-1810. 
History of the World from Alexander to 

Augustus, 1807-10. 
View of the Reign of Frederick 11. of Prussia, 

1789. 
GiLLMORE (Quincy Adams), born in Ohio, U.S., 

1825. 
Siege and Reduction of Fort Pulaski, in 

Georgia, 1863. 
GiLLUAY (James), caricaturist, London, 1750- 

1815. 
Caricatures, 1779, 1810. 
GiLLY, D.D. (William Stephen), 1789-1855. 
Excursion to the Mountains of Piedmont, 1825. 
Memoir of Felix Neff, etc., 1832. 
Our Protestant Forefathers, 1835. 
Vigilantius and his Times, 1844. 
Waldensian Researches, 1831. 
Gilpin (Rev. William),born at Carlisle, 1724-1 804. 
Exposition of the New Testament, 1790. 
Forest Scenery, 1791. 
Life of Lord Cobham, 1764. 
Life of Cranmer, 1784. 
Life of Bernard Gilpin, 1751. 
Life of Latimer, 1755. 
Lives of Wicliff", Huss, etc., 1764. 
Observations relative to Picturesque Beauty, 

1787. 
GiRALDns Cambrensis, or Sylvester Gerald de 

Barri, historian, born in Pembrokeshire, 

1147-1220. 
De Principis Instructione, 1216. 
Descriptio Wallias, Symbolum Electorum» 

Speculum Duonun, De Rebus a se Gestia^ 

1200-1. 



1204 GIRDLESTONE — GODWIN. APPENDIX I. 



GLEIG GODWIX. 



Expupnatio Hibernise, 1187. 
Gemma Ecclesiastica, 1197. 
Itinerarium Cambrise, 1189 ; printed 1585. 
Topographia Hibernias, 1187. 
Vita Galfridi. 1193. 
GIRDLESTONE (Rev. Charles), 1797- 
Family Commentary on the Bible, 1832- 

1842. 
Number ; a link between Divine and Human 

Intelligence, 1875. 
GiSRORNE (Rev. Thomas), born at Derby, 1758- 

1846. 
familiar Survey of the Christian Religion, 

1797. 
Inquiry into the Duties of Men in the Higher 

and Middle Classes, 1794. 
Duties of Women, 1797. 
Poems, Sacred and Moral, 1799. 
Principles of Moral Philosophy, 1789. 
Testimony of Natural Theology to Christi- 
anity, 1818. 
Walks in a Forest, 1796. 
Gladstone (William Ewart), statesman, born 

at Liverpool, 1809- 
Ancient Greece (an address), 1865. 
Chapter of Autobiography (A), 1868. 
Church considered in relation with the State, 
iiaiO. 

Church Principles, etc., 1841. 
Ecce Homo (On), 1868. 
Gleanings of Past Years, 1879. 
Homeric Synchronisms, 1876. 
.Inventus Mundi, 1869. 
Letters to the Earl of Aberdeen, 1850-51. 
Remarks on Recent Commercial Legislation, 

1845. 
Rome and the Latest Fashions in Religion, 

1875. 
State considered in its relation to the Church 

(The), 1838. 
Studies on Homer and the Homeric Age, 

1858. 
Turk in Europe (The), 1876. 
Vatican Decrees (The), 1»74. 
Vaticanism, 1875. 
Wedgwood (an address), 1863. 

(His Life, by G. R. Emerson, 1881.) 
Glaisher (James), aeronaut, of Scotland, *- 

Travels in the Air, etc., 1870. 
Glanvil (Rev. Joseph), philosopher, born at 

Plymouth, 1636-1680. 
Considerations touching Witches, 1666. 
Lux Orientalis, 1662. 

Plus Ultra, 1668. (The advancement of know- 
ledge since the time of Aristotle.) 
Sadducismus Triumphatus, 1681. 
Scepsis Scientifica, 1665. 
Vanity of dogmatizing. 
Glanvil (Ranulph de), father of English 

jurisprudence, *-1190. 
Tractatus de Legibus et Consuetudinibus 

Angliae, 1181. (The first of the kind ever 

written). Printed in 1780. 
Glapthorne (Henry), dramatic author, 1602- 

1653. 
Albertus Wallenstein (a tragedy), 1630. 
Argalus and Parthenia (a play), 1639. 
Hollander (The), a comedy, 1640 
Ladies' Privilege (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Poems, 1G39. 
Whitehall (a poem), 1643. 



Wit in a Constable (a comedy), 1640. 
Gleig (Rev. George Robert), born at Stirling, ia 

Scotland, 1796- 
Campaigns of Washington and New Orleans, 

1821. 
Life of the Duke of Wellington, 1859. (His 

chief work.) 
Subaltern (The), a novel, 1825. 
Gliddon (George Robins), Egyptologist, anti- 
quary, etc., born in Egypt, 1807-l«57. 
Ancient Egypt, her Monuments, Hieroglyph- 
ics, History, etc., 1840. (His first work, 

and held in high estimation.) 
Indigenous Races of the Earth, 1857. 
Types of Mankind . . . based on the Ancient 

Monuments, Paintings, Sculptures, etc. 
Glisson, M.D. (Francis), of Dorsetshire, 1597- 

1667. 
Anatomia Hepatis, 1654. 
De Rachitide, 1650. 
Tractatus de Ventriculo, 1677. 
Glover (Richard), poei, London, 1712-1785. 
Admiral Hosier's Ghost, 1739. (This was a 

very parallel case to that of sir Richard 

Glenville, the subject of Tennyson's ballad.) 
Boadicea (a tragedy), 1753. 
Athenaid (The), a continuation of "Leonidas," 

(in blank verse), 1787. 
Jason (a tragedy), suppressed, 1799. 
Leonidas (an epic in 12 books, in blank verse), 

1737-38. 
London, 1739. 
Medea (a tragedy), 1761. 
Glover (Thomas), Somerset herald, 1530-1588. 
Catalogue of Honour, 1610. 
De Nobilitate Politica vel Civili, 1608. 
Godwin (Rev. Benjamin), born at Bath, in 

Somersetshire, 1785-1871. 
Examination of Dr. Pusey's Sermon on the 

Eucharist, 1843. 
Lectures on Colonial Slavery, 1830. 
Lectures on the Atheistic Controversy, 1834. 
Godwin, D.D. (Francis), bishop of Hereford, 

born in Northamptonshire, 1561-1633. 
Catalogue of the Bishops of England, 1601. 
De Pragsulibus Angliae Commentarius, 1616. 

(An excellent and useful book.) 
Man in the Moon (The), a philosophical 

romance, 1638. (His best-known work.) 
Nuncius Inanimatus in Utopia, 1629. 
Rerum Anglicarum . . . Annales, 1616. 
Godwin (George), architect, born at Bromptoa, 

in Middlesex, 1815- 
Churches of London, 1833, 
History in Ruins, 1853. 
London Shadows, 1854. 
Godwin, D.D. (Thomas), Hebrew antiquary^ 

1587-1643. 
Moses and Aaron, or the Civil and Ecclesias- 
tical Rites of the Hebrews, 1610. (For 

many years a text-book.) 
Romanae Historese Anthologia, 1613. 
Godwin (Mrs.). See Wollstonecraft. 
Godwin (William), novelist, etc , born at Wis* 

beach, in Cambridgeshire, 1756- 1836. 
Antonio (a tragedy), 1800. 
Caleb Williams, 1794. (His best noveL 
Cloudesley (a novel), 1830. 
Deloraine (a novel), 1833. 
Essay on Sepulchres, 1809. 
Faulkner (a tragedy), 1808. 



OOFFE^JORDON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



GOODALL — GORDON. 



1205 



Fleetwood (a novel), 1805. (A "man of feel- 
ing.") 
Genius of Christianity unveiled, 1819. 
ilislory of the Commonwealth of England, 

i824-28. 
Imogen (a novel), 1830. 
Inquirer (The), essays, 1797. 
Life of Chatham, 1810. 
Life of Chaucer, 1801. 
; Jvfts of Edward and John Philips, 1815. 
Lives of the Necromancers, 1834. 
Mandeville (a tale of the I7th century), 1817. 
Political Justice, 1793. 
Thoughts on Man, 1831. 
Treatise on Population, 1 820. 
St. Godwin (a tale of the 17th and 18th cen- 
turies), 1800. 
St. Leon (a tale of the 16th century), 1799. 
Sketches of History, 1784. (His first work.) 

(His Life, by Kegan Paul, 1876.) 
GoFFE (Rev. Thomas), dramatic author, 1592- 

1627. 
Careless Shepherdess (The), a tragi-comedy, 

1656. 
Couragious Turke (The), a tragedy, 1632. 

(Amurath I.) 
Orestes (a tragedy), 1663. 
Raging Turke (The), a tragedy, 1631. (Ba- 

jazet II.) 
GOLDING (Arthur), *-1590. 

Discourse upon the Earthquake, 15R0. 
Translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses, 1565-67. 
Goldsmith (Oliver), poet, born at Pallas, in 

Ireland, 1728-1774. 
Bee (The\ essays, 1759-60. 
Citizen of the World (The), 123 letters, 1759. 
Deserted Village (Tlie), 1770. (His best poem.) 
Double Transformation (The), a tale in verse, 

1765. 
Edwin and Angelina (a ballad), 1765. 
Elegy on a Mad Dog, 1765. 
(24) Essays, 1758-65. 
Good-natured Man (The), a comedy, 1767. 
Haunch of Venison (The), a poetic epistle, 

1765. 
Hermit (The), a ballad, 1765. 
History of the Earth and Animated Nature, 

1774. 
Life of Bolingbroke, 1770. 
Life of Richard Nash (i.e. Beau Nash), 1762.] 
Life of Thomas Parnell, 1770. 
Life of Voltaire, 1759. 
Present State of Literature in Europe, 1759. 
Retaliation (a poem), 1774. 
She Stoops to Conquer (a comedy), 1773. 
Traveller ( I'he), a poem, 1764. 
Vicar of Wakefield (The), a novel, 1766. 

(His Life, by bishop Percy, 1774; sir 
James Prior, 1837; John Forster, 1848; 
Washington Irving, 1849 ; Dr. Kalisch, 1«60 ; 
W. Black, 1879.) 
GoocH (Benjamin), 18th century. 
Medical and Chirurgical Observations, 1773. 
Practical Treatise on Wounds, 1767. 
Good, M.D. (John Mason), bora at Epping, in 

Essex, 1764-1827. 
Book of Job, 1812. 

Book of Nature, 1826. (His chief work.) 
Proverbs and Psalms (from the Hebrew), 1826. 
Short Hi<»toryof Medicine, 1V95. 
Soug of Suugs (The), from the Hebrew, 1803. 



Study of Medicine, 1822. (His best medical 

work.) 
Translation of Lucretius into verse, 1805. 
(His Life, by Dr. Olinthus Gregory, 1828.) 
GoODALL, R.A. (Frederick), London, 1822- 
Agricuiture in the Valley of the Nile, 1875 ; 
An Arab Improvisator, 1873 ; The Arrest oi 
a Peasant Loyalist, 1855 ; Artist and Model, 
1881 ; Cranmer at the " Traitor's Gate," 
1856 ; The Daughters of Laban, 1878 ; Day 
of Palm Offering, 1875 ; Early Morning in 
the Wilderness of Shur, 1860 ; An Egyptian 
Pastoral, 1880 ; Entering Church, 1840 ; An 
Episode of the Happier Days of Charles I., 
1853 (a charming picture); Finding the 
Dead Body of a Miner by Torchlight, 1837 ; 
The Firstborn, 1861 ; French Soldiers play- 
ing Cards in a Cabaret, 1839 ; a Fruit-woman 
of Cairo, 1875 ; Hagar and Ishmael, 1866 ; 
The Head of the Family at Prayer, 1872 ; 
Hannah's Vow, 1880; Holy Childhood, 1880; 
The Holy Mother, 1876 ; Hunt the Slipper, 
1849 ; An Intruder on the liedouin's Pasture, 
1876; Jochebed, 1870; Mater Dolorosa, 
1868; Mater Purissima, 1868; Messenger 
from Sinai at the Wells of Moses, 1864 ; 
Moving to Fresh Pastures, 1880 ; The Nile 
rising, 1865; The Nile subsiding, 1873; 
The Palm Offering, 1863; Palm Sunday, 
1878 ; Rachel and her Flock, 1875 ; Raising 
the Maypole, 1851 ; Rebecca, 1881 ; Return 
from a Christening, 1841 ; Return of a Pil- 
grim from Mecca, 1862 ; The Road to Mecca, 
1881 ; The Return, 1881 ; A Seller of Doves, 
1875; Sheep-washing near the Pyramids, 
1876 ; Song of the Nubian Slave, 1864; The 
Swing, 1855; The Time of Roses, 1877; 
Time of the [Nile's] Overflow, 1880 ; The 
Tired Soldier, 1842 (in the Vernon Gallery) ; 
The Village Festival, 1847 (one of his best) ; 
Water-carriers of Egypt, 1877. 
GoODCOLE (Rev. Henry), 1579-1637. 

Account of Francis Robinson hanged and 
quartered for btealing the Great Scale of 
England, 1618. 

Elizabeth Sawyer, the Witch of Edmont . . . 
with the Devil's Access to her, and their 
Conference, 1621. 
GooDSia (John), anatomist, 1814-1867. 

Anatomical Memoirs, posthumous 1868. 
Goodwin (Charles WyclifiFe), born at King's 
Lynn, in Norfolk, 1817- 

Essays and Reviews. 

Hieratic Papyri, 1858. 

Mosaic Cosmogony (The). 
Goodwin (Rev. John), 1593-1665. 

Imputatio Fidei, 1640. 

Obstructors of Justice, 1649. (In defence of 
the decapitation of Charles 1. Tliis book 
was burnt by the common hangman.) 

Redemption Redeemed, 1651. 

Right and Might Well Met, 1648. (In favour 
of lord Fairfax.) 
GooKiN (Daniel), born in Kent, 1612-1687. 

Historical Collection of the Indians of New 
England, posthumous 1792. 
GottDON (Andrew), a Scotch Benedictine, 1712- 
175L 

De Concordantis Mensuris, 1742. 

Phienomena Electricitatis Exposita, 1744. 

PhysiCiB Experimentalis Elemeuta, 1751-62. 



1206 



GORDON — GOULD. 



APPENDIX I. 



GOUTOX — GOULD. 



Gordon (Bernard), 1240-1385. 

Lilium Medicina\ postbumous 1480. 
Gordon, D.D. (James), of Scotland, 1543-1 620. 

Controversiarum Fidei Christiante Epitome, 
1612-20. 
Gordon (James Lesmore), of Aberdeen, 1560- 
1641. 

Biblia Sacra, 1636. 

Opus Cbronologicum, 1617. 
Gordon (Robert), topographer, born at Stralocb, 
in Scotland, 1580-1661. 

History of Scots Affairs, 1637-41. 

Origo et Progressus Familiae . . . Gordoni- 
orum (still in MS.). 

Theatrum Scotiae, 1648. 
Gordon (Sir Robert), diplomatist, 1791-1847. 

Genealogical History of the Earldom of 
Sutherland, etc., 1813. (A valuable publi- 
cation, for details bearing on the early his- 
tory of Scotland.) 
Gordon (Thomas), of Ireland, 1684-1750. 

Independent Whig (The), 1728. 

Pillars of Priestcraft . . . shaken, posthu- 
mous 1768. 

Translations. 

Cato's Letters, 1737; Sallust, 1744; Tacitus, 
1728-31. 
Gordon (William), Old Aberdeen, in Scot- 
land, *-*. 

History of the . . . Family of Gordon, 1726- 
1727. (Very rare.) 
Gordon, D.D. (William), born at Hitchin, in 
Hertfordshire, 1729-1807. 

History of the Rise . . . and Independence of 
the United States of America, 17f<8. 
Gore (Mrs.), maiden name Catherine Grace 
Moody, novelist, born at East Retford, in 
Nottinghamshire, 1799-1861. 

Ambassador's Wife (The), 1842. 

Banker's Wife (The), or Court and City, 1843. 

Book of Roses (The), a rose manual, 1838. 

Cabinet Minister (The), 1839. (R. B. Sheri- 
dan.) 

Cecil, or the Adventures of a Coxcomb, 1841. 

Cecil, a Peer. 

Courtier of the Days of Charles II., and other 
Tales, 1839. 

Diary of a Desennuyee, 1838. 

Dowager (The), or the New School for Scan- 
dal, 1840. 

Fair of May-Fair (The), 1832. 

Fascination, 1842. 

Greville, or a Season in Paris, lS41r 

Heir of Selwood (The), 1838. 

Hungarian Tales, 1829. 

Lettre de Cachet, 1827. 

Mary Raymond, 1837. 

Mothers and Daughters, 1831. 

Mrs. Armytage, 1836. 

Preferment, or My Uncle the Earl, 1839. 

Reign of Terror (The), 1827. 

Theresa Marchmont, or the Maid of Honour, 

Woman of the World (The), 1838. 

Women as they are, 1830. 

Her dramatic works: The Bond (a dramatic 

poem) ; Lord Dacre of the South (a tragedy) ; 

School for Coquettes (a prize comedy). 
Gore (Thomas), genealogist, of Wiltshire, 1631- 

1684. 
Cataiogus in Certa Capita, etc., 1668. 



Series Alphabetica Latino-Anglica, Nomina 
Gentilitiorum, etc., 1667. 
Gorton (John), *-*. 

Biographical Dictionary (A), 1828. (Of con- 
siderable merit.) 

Topographical Dictionary of Great Biitain 
and Ireland, 1833. 
GossE (Edmund William), poet, London, 1849- 

King Erik (a tragedy), 1876. 

Madrigals, Songs, and Sonnets, 1870. 

On Viol and Flute (lyrics), 1873. 

Unknown Lover (The), a drama, 1878. 
GossE (Philip Henry), novelist, born at Worces- 
ter, 1810- 

Actinologia Britannica (Sea Anemones and 
Corals), 1860. 

Aquarium (The), 1854. 

Canadian Naturalist (The), 1840. 

Naturalist's Rambles on the Devonshire 
Coast (A). 

Naturalist's Sojourn in Jamaica. 

Omphalos, 1857. 
GossoN (Rev. Stephen), poet, born in Kent, 1554- 
1623. 

Captain Mario (a comedy), 1577. 

Speculum Humanuni (a poem), 1580. 
Against Dramatic Entertainments. 

Ephemerides of Phialo (The), in three books, 
1586. 

Plays Confuted in Five Actions, 1580. 

Schoole of Abuse (an attack on the stage), 
1579. 
GouGH (Richard), antiquary, London, 1735-1777. 

Ancient Monuments of India, posthumous 
1785. 

Anecdotes of British Topography, 1768 

Coins of Canute, 1777. 

Coins of the Seleucidas, Kings of Syria, post- 
humous 1804. 

History of Crowland Abbey, posthumous 
1816. 

History of the Society of Antiquaries of Lon- 
don, 1770. 

On the Round Towers of Scotland and Ireland, 
posthumous 1799. 

Sepulchral Monuments of Great Britain, 1786- 
1799. (This valuable work was almost 
entirely destroyed by ilre.) 
GouGH, D.D. (WiUisLm), puritan, 1615-1687. 

Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, 
1655. 
GouLBURN, D.D. (Edward Meyrick), 1818- 

Athanasian Creed (The), 1872. 

Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Body 
(eight sermons), 1851. 

Holy Catholic Church (The), 1873. 

Idle Word (The), 1855. 

Inspiration of the Scriptures, 1857. 

Introduction to the Devotional Study of the 
Scriptures, 1854. 

Manual of Confirmation (The), 1855. 

Pursuit of Holiness (The), 1869. 

See and Cathedral of Norwich (The), 1872. 
Gould (Edward), born at Lichfield, in Connecti- 
cut, U.S., 1808- 

Very Age (The), 1850. 
Gould (John), ornithologist, bom at Lyme, in 
Dorsetshire, 1808- 

Birds of Asia (The), 1850-60. 

Birds of Australia (The), in seven folio vol- 
umes, 1837-48. 



GOULD— GRANT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. grahame— grant. 1207 



Bird« of Europe (The), iu five folio volumes, 

1832-37. 
Birds of Great Britain. (Still in hand, issi.) 
Century of Birds from the Himalayan Moun- 
tains, 1832. 
Handbook of the Birds of Australia, 1865. 
Humming Birds, 1»62. 
Icones Avium, etc., 1837-38. 
Introduction to the Birds of Australia, 1848. 
Macropodid® or Kangaroo Family (The), 

1841-42. 
Mammals of Australia (The), 1845. 
Odo.!itophorinae or Partridges of America 

(The), 1844-50. 
Ramphastidaa or Toucans (The), 1833-35; 

supplement, 1855. 
Synopsis of the Birds of Australia, 1837-38. 
TrochilidJB or Humming Birds (The), 1850. 
Trogonidaj (The), 1835-38. 
Gould (Robert), poet, 1645-1708. 
Lydus ScacchisB (a satyre), with other Poems, 

1675. 
Poems, chiefly Satyres, 1689. 
GowER, M.D. (Foote), 1730-1792. 

Materials of a History of Cheshire, 1771. 
GowEK {John), poet, 1327-1402. (Chaucer calls 
him " The Moral Gower.") 
(50) Balades(in French), 1350; printed 1813. 
Confessio Amantis (a poetical dialogue in 
English), 1393; printed by Caxton 14s3 
(? 1493). 
Pyrgomachia, printed 1675. 
Speculum Meditantis (in French), 1370. 
Vox Clamantis (in Latin), 1381. (Never 
printed.) 
(His Life, by Dr. R. Paul!, 1857.) 
Grady (Thomas), *-*. 

• Nosegay (The), 1815. (The most violent in- 
vective in the language. It is dedicated to 
T. Moore, the poet.) 
Graeme (John), poet, Scotland, 1748-1772. 

Poems, 1773. 
Grafton (Richard), chronicler, *-1573. 

Abridgment of the Chronicles of England, 

1562. 
Chronicles at large, 1568-69. 
Hall's Chronicle, 1548. 

Manuell of the Chronicles of England, 1565. 
Graham (Maria), afterwards Mrs. Calcott, 1788- 
1842. 
Journal of a Residence in Chili, 1824. 
Jotirnal of a Residence in India, 1812. 
Journal of a Voyage to Brazil, etc., 1824. 
Journal of a Voyage to the Sandwich Islands, 

1827. 
liCtters on India, 1815. 
Memoirs of Nicholas Pousln, 1820. 
Three Months on the Mountains East of Rome, 
1819. 
Graham, D.C.L. (Thomas), chemist, bom at 
Glasgow, 1805-1869. 
Elements of Chemistry, 1842. 
Liquid Diffusion applied to Analysis, 1861. 
On the Diffusion of Liquids, 1850-51. 
On the Formation of Alcoates . . . and Alco- 
hol, 1831. 
On the Law of the Diffusion of Gases, 1834. 
On the Motion of Gases, 1846, 1849. 
On Osmotic Force, 1854. 
Re.->farches on the Arseniates, Phosphates, 
etc., 1833. 



Grahame (Rev. James), poet, Glasgow, 1765- 

1811. 
Biblical Pictures (in verse), 1805. 
Birds of Scotland (The), 1806. 
British Georgics (The), 1809. 
Mary Queen of Scots (a dramatic poem), 1801. 
Poems, 1807, 1810. 

Sabbath f The), 1804. (His chief poem.) 
Wallace (a tragedy), 1799. 
Grahame (James), historian. United States, 

*-1848. 
History of the United States from the Planta- 
tion of the British Colonies, 1836. 
Grainger, M.D. (James), poet, born at Dunse, 

in Berwick, 1723-1767. 
Sugar Cane (The), 1764. 
Translated into English verse The Elegies of 

TibuUus, 1758. 
Granger (iiev. James), historian, of Berkshire, 

1710-1776. 
Biographical History of England (A), 1769- 

1774; supplement, 1774. Continuation to the 

reign of George I., 1806. (With the Rev. 

Mark Noble). Further continuation to the 

close of George IIL's reign by W. Miller, 

1820. 
Letters, etc., posthumous 1805. 
Grant (Mrs.), afterwards Mrs. Murray, born 

near Aberlour, in Scotland, 1745-1814. 
Roy's Wife of Aldivalloch (a song). 
Grant (Mrs.), of Laggan, maiden name Anne 

McVicar, poetess, etc., born at Glasgow 

1755-1838. 
Eighteen Hundred and Thirteen (a poem), 

1814. 
Essays on the Superstitions of the Highlanders 

of Scotland, 1811. 
Highlanders (The), and other Poems, 1803. 
Letters from the Mountains, 1806. 
Memoirs of an American Lady, 1808. 
Poems, 1803. 

(Her Life by herself, finished by her son, 
1844.) 
Grant (Sir Francis), artist, bom at Edinburgh, 

1803-1878. 
Equestrian Portraits of Queen Victoria and 

the Prince Consort (for Clirist's Hospital). 
Meet of Her Majesty's Staghounds (with 46 

portraits), 1837. 
Melton Hunt (The), executed for the duke of 

Wellington. 
Grant (James), journalist, born at Elgin, 

Scotland, 1802-1879. 
Bench and the Bar (The), 1837. 
British Senate (The), 1838. 
Brother born for Adversity (The), 1856. 
Comforter (The), 1859. 
Divinity of Christ, 1868. 
Dying Command of Christ (The), 1863. 
End of All Things, etc., 1866. 
Foes of our Faith, etc., 1862. 
Glorious Gospel of Christ (The), 1861. 
God is Love, 1858. 
God's Unspeakable Gift, 1861. 
Grace and Glory, 1863. 
Great Metropolis (The), 1836. 
Hymns of Heaven, 1867. 
Impressions of Ireland, 1844. 
Joseph Jenkins, 1843. 
Lights and Shadows of London Life, 1842. 
Memoirs of Sir George Sinclair, ima. 



1208 



GRANT — GRAY. 



APPENDIX I. 



GRANT — GRAY. 



Metropolitan Pulpit (The), 1839. 

Newspaper Press (The), 1871-72. 

Our Heavenly Home, 1859. 

Paris and its People, 1844. 

Personal Visits to the Scenes of Irish Revivals, 
1859. 

Pictures of Popular People, 1842. 

Plymouth Brethren, 1875. 

Portraits of Public Characters, 1841. 

Random Recollections of the House of Com- 
mons, 1835. 

Random Recollections of the House of Lords, 
1836. 

Records of a Run through Continental Coun- 
tries, 1853. 

Religious Tendencies of the Times, 1869. 

Sketches in London, 1838. 

Sources of Joy in Seasons of Sorrow, 1811. 

Steps and Stages on the High-road to Glory, 
1865. 

Travels in Town, 1839. 

Truths for the Day of Life, 1864. 

(From The Oracle, July 30, 1881.) 
Grant (James), novelist, of Edinburgh, 1822- 

Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp, 1848. 

Adventures of Rob Roy, 1863. 

Arthur Blane, or the Hundred Cuirassiers, 
1858. 

Both well, or the Days of Mary Queen of Scots, 
1851. 

British Battles on Land and Sea, 1873. 

British Heroes in Foreign Wars, 1873. 

Captain of the Guard (The), 1862. 

Cavaliers of Fortune (The), 1858. 

Constable of France (The), 1866. 

Dick Rodney, or the Adventures of an Eton 
Boy, 1861. 

Edinburgh Castle, 1850. 

Fairer than a Fairy, 1874. 

First Love and Last Love, 1868. 

Frank Hilton, or the Queen's Own, 1855. 

Girl he married (The), 1869. 

Harry Ogilvie, or the Black Dragoon, 1»56. 

Highlanders in Belgium (The), 1847. 

History of India, 1880-81, 

Jack Manly, his Adventures, 1870. 

Jane Seton, or the King's Advocate, 1853. 

King's Own Borderers (The), 1865. 

Lady Gwendonwyn (a romance of war), 1881. 
(The Cameronians.) 

Lady Wedderbum's Wish (a tale of the 
Crimean War), 1870. 

Laura Everiiigham, 1857. 

Legends of the Black Watch, 1859. 

Letty Hyde's Lovers, 1863. 

Lucy Arden (a tale of 1715), 1859. 

Mary of Lorraine, 1860. 

Memoirs of Kirkcaldy of Grange, 1849. 

Memoirs of Morley Ashton, 1876. 

Memoirs of Sir John Hepburn, etc., 1851. 

Memoirs of the Marquis of Montrose, 1858. 

Memorials of Edinburgh Castle, 1850. 

Morley Ashton, 1876. 

Oliver Ellis, or the Fusiliers, 1861. 

One of the Six Hundred, 1876. 

Only an linsign, 1871. 

Phantom Regiment (The), 1856. 

Philip Rollo, or the Scottish Musketeers, 
1854. 

Romance of War, or Highlanders in Spain, 
1846. (His first production.) 



Second to None, 1864. 
Secret Despatch (The), 1868. 
Shall I win her? 1874. 
Six Years ago, 1877. 
Yellow Frigate (The), 1855. 
Under the Red Dragon, 1872. 
Walter Fenton, or the Scottish Cavalier, 1850. 
White Cockade, or Faith and Fortitude, 1867. 
Grant (Rev. Johnson), poet, about 1780-1840. 
Josuah (a poem, in 13 books), 1837. (Never 

publisned.) 
Summary of the History of the English 

Church, etc., 1811-26. (Held in good repute.) 
Grantham (Rev. Thomas), 1600-1672. 

Wife and no Wife (A), or Leah instead of 

Rachel (a sermon), 1641. (Ordered to be 

burnt by the common hangman.) 
Granville (George), viscount Lansdowne, poet, 

etc., 1667-1735. 
British Enchanters (The), a dramatic poem, 

1701. 
Gallants (The), a comedy, 1696. 
Heroic Love (a tragedy), 1698. 
Grattan (Henry), 'political orator, born at 

Dublin, 1746-1820. 
Speeches, posthumous 1822. 

(His Life and Times, by his son, 1839-46 ; 
D. 0. Madden, 1847.) 
Grattan (Thomas CoUey), novelist, dramar- 

tist, etc., 1796-1864. 
Agnes of Mansfeldt. 
Ben Nazir (a tragedy), 1827. 
Heiress of Bruges. 
Highways. 

History of the Netherlands. 
Jacqueline of Holland. 
Legends of the Rhine. 
Philibert (a poetical romance), 1819. 
Graunt (John), London, 1620-1674. 

Bills of Mortality, 1661. 
G RAVES (George), naturalist, •-*. 
British Ornithology, 1821. 
Monograph of the British Grasses, 1822. 
Naturalist's Pocket-book (The), 1818. 
Ovarium Britannicum, 1816. 
Graves (Rev. John), antiquary, 1729-1809. 
History of Cleveland, in the North Riding of 

Yorksnire, 1808. 
G EAVES (Rev. Richard), novelist, of Gloucester- 
shire, 1705-1804. 
Euphrosyne, or Amusements on the Road of 

Life, 1776. 
Spiritual Quixote (The), a satire on illiterate 

preachers, 1772. 
Gray, M.D. (Asa), botanist, born at Paris, in 

New York, U.S., 1810- 
Botany of the United States, 1840. 
Elements of Botany, 1836. 
Flora of North America, begun 1838. (With 

Dr. Torrey.) 
Manual of Botany for the Northern States, 

1848. 
Pacific Exploring Expedition under Captain 

Wilkes, 1854. 
Gray (David), i>oef, Glasgow, 1838-1861. 
Luggie (The), and other Poems, 1862. 
Gray (John Edward), naturalist, 1800-1875. 
Bibliography of Zoology and Geology, 1852. 
Gleanings from the Menagerie and Aviary o* 

Knowsley Hall, 1846-50. 
Spicelegia Zoologica, 1828-30. 



GEAY — GREG. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



GREECE — GREG. 



1209 



Synopsis of the Contents of the British Mu- 
seum, 1840. 
Zoological Miscellany, 1835-45, 

(His brother, George Robert (1808-1872), 

•was also a distinguished naturalist, and 

author of " The Genera of British Birds," etc.) 

Gray, C.D. (Robert), bishop of Bristol, 1762- 

1834. 
Connexion between the Sacred Writings and 

the Literature of [secularj Authors, 1819. 

(An admirable work.) 
Key to the Old Testament and Apocrypha, 

1790. 
Sermons and Discourses, 1793, 1796. 
Theory of Dreams, 1808. 
Gi:at (Thomaa), poet, London, 1716-1771. 
Bard (The), a Pindaric ode, 1757. 
Elegy in a Country Churchyard, 1749. 
Eton College (an ode), 1742. 
Progress of Poesy (a Pindaric ode), 1757. 
Spring (an ode), 1751. 

(His Life, by W. Mason, 1775; J. Mitford. 
1814.) 
Gbeaves (John), orientalist, bom at Alresford, 

in Hampshire, 1602-1652. 
Astronomical quaedam, ex Traditione Shah 

Cholgii PersaB . . . 1652. 
Bina Tabulae Geographicse, 1652. 
Chorasmiae et Mawarnalnabr* . . . Descrip- 

tio, 1650. 
Discourse on the Roman Foot and Denarius, 

1647. 
Elementa Linguae Persicae, 1648. 
Epocbae Celebriores ex Traditione Ulug-Beigi, 

1650. 
Origine and Antiquity of our English Weights 

and Measures, etc., posthumous 1706. 
Pyramidographia, 1646. 

(His Memoirs, by Dr. Birch, 1737.) 
Greeley (Horace), born at Amherst, in New 

Hampshire, U.S., 1811-1872. 
History of the Struggle for Slavery Extension, 

etc., 1856. 
Green (John Richard), *-*. 

History of the English People, 1877-79. 
Stray Studies from England and Italy, 1876. 
Gueen (Joseph Henry), 1791-1863. 
Spiritual Philosophy, 1865. 
Vital Dynamics. 
Green (Matthew), poet, 1696-1737. 

Spleen (The), and other Poems, 1737. 
Green (Mrs.), maiden name Mary Ann Everett 

Wood, born at Sheffield, 1818- 
Diary of John Rous (The), 1856. 
Letters of Queen Henrietta Maria, 1857. 
Letters of Royal and Illustrious Ladies, 1846. 
Lives of the Princesses of England, 1849-55. 

N.B.— Mrs. Green has calendered several 
State papers under the direction of the Master 
of the Rolls. 
Green (Valentine), antiquary, bom in War- 
wickshire, 1739-1813. 
History and Antiquities of Worcester, 1796. 

Supplement containing an account of the 

discovery of the body of king John in Wor- 
cester Cathedral, 1797. 
(He also engraved West's "Stoning of St. 

Stephen," 1776.) 
Gkeene (George Washington), bom in Rhode 

Island, U.S., 1811- 
American Revolution TThe), 1865. 



Biographical Studies, 1860. 

History and Geography of the Middle Ages, 
1860. 

Life of General Nathaniel Greene, 1867-68. 
Greene (Robert), dramatist and novelist, born 
at Norwich, 1560-1592. 

Alcida (a play), 1583. 

Alfonsus, King of Arragoa (a comedy), post- 
humous 1594. 

Arbasto, King of Denmark (a romance), 1617, 

Blacke Bookes Messenger (The), 1592. 

Ciceronis Amor, 1589. 

Euphues his Censui e to Philautus, 1587. 

Farewell to Folly, 1591. 

Frier Bacon and Frier Bongay (a comedy), 
1594. 

Groat'sworth of Wit ... (a romance), 1592. 

Gvvydonius, 1584. 

History of Doraustus and Faunia, 1538. 

James IV. of Scotland (historical play), post- 
humous 1598. 

Looking-glass for London, etc. (a comedy), 
posthumous 1594. 

Mamillia, or the Triumph of Pallas (in two 
parts), 1593. 

Menaphon (a romance), 1587. 

Morando, the Tritameron of Love, 1584. 

Myrrour of Modestie (Susanna and the Elders), 
1584. 

Never too Late (a lament of the follies and 
faults of his youth), 1590. 

News both from Heaven and Hell, post- 
humous 1593. 

Notable Discovery of Coosnage, 1591. 

Orlando Furioso (a play), posthumous 1594. 

Orpharion, posthumous 1599. 

Pair of Turtledoves (Bellora and Fidelio), a 
romance, posthumous 1606. 

Pandosto, the Triumph of Time (a romance), 
1588. (Same as "Doraustus and Faunia.") 

Perimedes the Blacksmith (a collection of 
stories and poems), 1588. 

Philomela, the Lady Fitzwalter's Nightingale, 
1592. 

Planetomachia, 1585. 

Quip for an Upstart Courtier (A), 1592. 

Repentance of Robert Greene, 1592. (His 
most valuable prose work.) 

Spanish Masquerado (The), 1589. 

Vision (Greene's), a lament for the folly of 
his pen, 1592. 
(His Life, by Dyce, 1831.) 
Geeknfield (William), orientalist, 1800-1831. 

Polymierian Lexicon to the Greek Testament, 
1829. 
Gkeenwell (Dora), poetess, etc., 1821-1882- 

Camera Ob.scura, 1876. 

Carmina Crucis, 1869. 

Christina, 1860. 

CoUoquia Crucis, 1871. (Sequel to the " Two 
Friends.") 

Covenant of Life and Peace, 1867. 

Essays, 1866. 

John Woolman, 1871. 

Patience of Hope, 1867. 

Poems, 1848, 1867. 

Stories that might be True, 1851. 

Two Friends (Tiie), 1866. 
Greg (William Rathbone), of Manchester, 1809- 

Creed of Christendom, 1851. 

Enigmas of Life, 1872. 



1210 



GREGOUT — GROSE. 



APPENDIX I. 



GREVILLE — GROSE. 



Literary and Social Judgments, 1868. 

Mistaken Aims ... of the Artisan Class, 1876. 

Rocks Ahead, or Warnings of Cassandra, 1874. 
Gregory (Dr. David), mathematician, of Aber- 
deen, 1661-1708. 

Astronomic Physicae et Geometriae Elementa, 
1702. (His great work.) 

Catoptricae et Dioptricje Spboericae Elementa, 
1695. 

Exercitatio Geometrica de Dimensione Figu- 
rarum, 1684. 
(He left a MS. on the Catenary.) 
Gregory, D.D. (George), born in Ireland, 1754- 
1808. 

Dictionary of Sciences and Arts, 1806. 

Economy of Nature, 1796. 

History of the Christian Church (A), 1795. 

Life of Thomas Chatterton, 1789. 
(tRegory (James), mathematician, of Aberdeen- 
shire, 1636-1675. 

Exercitationes Geometricae, 1668. 

Geometriae pars Universalis, lt)68. 

Great and New Art of weighing Vanity, etc. 
(The), 1672. 

Optica Promota, 1663. 

Vera Circuli et Hyperbolae Quadratura, 1667. 
Gregory, M.D. (James), born at Aberdeen, in 
Scotland, 1753-1821. 

Conspectus Medicinse Theoreticae, 1776-82. 

Essays, 1792. 
Gregory (John), orientalist, bom at Amer- 
sham, in Buckinghamshire, 1G07-1646. 

Notes and Observations on Passages of Scrip- 
ture, 1646. 

Posthuma, 1649-50. 
Gregory, M.D. (John George), born at Aber- 
deen, in Scotland, 1724-1773. 

Comparative View of the State and Faculties 
of Man, etc., 1765. 

Elements of the Practice of Physic, 1772. 

Father's Legacy to his Daughters (A), post- 
humous 1793. 
(His Life, by Mr. Tytler (lord Woodhouse- 

lee), 1788 ; W. Smellie, 1800.) 
Gregory, LL.D. (Olinthus Gilbert), mathema- 
tician, born in Huntingdonshire, 1774-1841. 

Elements of Trigonometry, 1816. 

Evidence, Doctrine, and Duties of the Christian 
Religion, 1810. 

Life of Robert Hall, 1833. 

Treatise on Astronomy, 1802. 

Treatise on Mechanics, 1806. 
(His Life, by Hall, 1849.) 
Gregson (Matthew), antiquary, about 1776- 
1837. 

History and Antiquities of . . . Lancaster, 
1817. 
Grenville (George), statesman, 1702-1770. 

Considerations on the Commerce and Finances 
of England, etc., 1767. 
Grenville (Robert Kaye), botanist, of Scot- 
land, *-*. 

Algae Britannicse, 1830. 

Flora Edinensis, 1824. 

Scottish Cryptogamic Flora (The), 1822. (A 
good supplement to Sowerby's English 
Botany.) 
Gkeswell (Edward), chronolngist, born at Den- 
ton, in Lancashire, 1797-1869. 

Fa.->ti Temporis Catholici, 1852. 

Origiues liulendariae Helleuicae, 1862. 



Origines Kalendariae Italicae, 1854. 
Prolegomena ad Harmoniam Evangolicam, 

1840. 
Greville (Fulke). See p. 1157, Brooke. 
Greville (Robert Kaye), botanist, Uorn at Dur- 
ham, 1794-1866. 
Algaj Britannicse, 1830. 
Flora Edinensis, 1824. 
Scottish Cryptogamic Flora, 1823-28. 
Grew (Nehemiah), naturalist, born at Coventry, 

1628-1711. 
Anatomy of Plants, 1682. 
Cosmologia Sacra, 1701. 
Idea of a Philosophical History of Plants, 

1673. 
Musaium Regalis Societatis, 1681. 
Grev (Sir George), 1812- 
Journals of Discovery in Australia, 1841. 
Polynesian Mythology ... of New Zealand, 

1855. 
Proverbial Sayings of . . . New Zealand, 1858. 
Grey, D.D. (Richard), born at Newcastle, 1694r- 

1731. 
Memoria Technica, 1730. 
Grky (William), about 1609-1660. 
Chorographia, or a Survey of Newcastle-upon- 

Tine, 1649. 
Grey, LL.D. (Rev. Zachary), controversialist, 

of Yorkshire, 1687-1766 
Attempt towards the Character of Charles I., 

1738. 
Church of England vindicated, 1740. 
Critical, Historical, and Explanatory Notes 

on Shakespeare, 1754. 
Examination of Neal's History of the Puri- 
tans, 1736-39. 
History of the Donatists, 1741. 
Ministry of Dissenters Null and Void, 1725. 
Popery in its Proper Colours, 1750. 
GurFFiN (Gerald), novelist, 1803-1840. 
Collegians (The), 1828. 
Gisipus (a tragedy), 1842. 
Hollandtide, 1827. 
Rivals (Tlie), 1830. 
Tales of the Five Senses, 1832. 
Tales of the Munster Festivals, 1827. 
Tracy's Ambition, 1830. 

(His Memoirs, by Dr. D. Griffin, 1857.) 
Grimoald (Nicholas), poet, 1519-1562; the 

second writer of blank verse in the English 

language, lord Surrey being the first. 
Archipropheta (a Latin tragedy), 1548. 
John the Baptist (a tragedy), 1548. 
Grimshawe (Rev. Thomas Shuttleworth, 1777- 

1850. 
Life of Cowper, 1835. 
Life of Legh Richmond, 1828. 
Griswold, D.D. (Rulus Wilmot), New York, 

U.S., 1815-1857. 
Curiosities of American Literature, 1851. 
Female Poets of America, 1849. 
Prose Writers of America (The), 1847. 
Grose (Francis), antiquary, Middlesex, 1731- 

1791. 
Antiquities of England and Wales, 1773-87. 
Antiquities of Scotland, 1789-91. 
Antiquities of Ireland, posthumous 1731-95. 
Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, 

1785. 
Humourous Advertisements (to attain beauty, 

health, honour, and riches), 1785. 



GROSS — GUTHRiR. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, guilfoud — guthrie. 1211 



Ijocal Proverbs and Popular Superstitions, 

1787. 
Military Antiquities. 1786-88. 
Olio (The), posthumous 1792. 
Rules for drawing Caricatures, 1783. 
Treatise on Ancient Armour and Weapons, 

1786 ; supplement. 1789. 
Views of the Antiquities in England and 

Wales, 1773-76. 
Views of the Antiquities in Ireland, posthu- 
mous 1794. 
Views of the Antiquities in Scotland, 178.5. 
Geoss, M.D. (Samuel D.), of Pennsylvania, U.S., 

1805- 
American Medical Biography, 1861. 
Disetises and Injuries of the Bones, etc., 1830. 
Diseases, etc., of the Urinary Organs, 1851. 
Elements of Pathological Anatomy, 1839. 
Foreign Bodies in the Air-passages, 1850. 
Manual of Military Surgery, 1861. 
Results of Surgical Operations in Malignant 

Diseases, 1853. 
System of Surgery, 1859. 
GaossETESTE (Robert), bishop of Lincoln, 1175- 

1253. 
Casile of Love, first printed 1849. 
De Cessatione Legalium, printed 1652. 
Treatj-se of Husbandry, printed by Wynkyn 
de Worde. 

(His Life, by Bardney ; Pegge, 1761.) 
Grote (George), historian, born at Clay hill, in 

Kent, 1794-1871. 
Aristotle, 1873. 

Essentials of Parliamentary Reform, 1831. 
History of Greece, 1846-56. 
Plato and the other Companions of SokratCs, 
1865. 

(His Life, by his widow, 1873.) 
Ghote (John), philosopher, bom at Beckenham, 

in Kent, 1813-1866. 
Examination of the Utilitarian Philosophy, 

1870. 
Exploratio Philosophica, 1865. 
Grove (Henry), nonconformist, 1683-1738. 
Sermons and Tracts, posthumous 1741-42. 
Svstem of Moral Philosophy, posthumous 

" 1749-50. 

Works, posthumous 1740. 
GitoVE (Joseph), *-1764. 
History of the Life and Times of Cardinal 

Wolsey, 1742-44. 
Lives of all the Earls and Dukes of Devon- 
shire, 1764. 
Two Dialogues in the Elysian Fields, etc.,1761. 
Grove (Matthew), about 1559-1635. 
HLstorie of Pelops and Hippodamia (a poem), 

1587. 
Witty Proverbs, Pithy Sentences, and Wise 

Similes, 1638. 
G rove (The Hon. Sir William Robert), born at 

Swansea, in Wales, 1811- 
On the Correlation of Physical Forces, 1846. 

(A standard work.) 
Progress of Physical Science, etc., 1842. 
Voltaic Ignition, and the Decomposition of 

Water, etc., 1847. (A Bakerian lecture.) 
Gcild (Rev. William), of Scotland, 1586-1657. 
Antidote against Popery, 1639. 
Harmonie of all the Prophets, 1619. 
Ignis Fatuus, or the Elfe-flre of Purgatorie, 

1625. 



Issachar's Asse braying under a Double Bur- 
den, 1622. 

Limbo's Battery, 1630. 

Moses unveiled, 1620. 

New Sacrifice of Christian Incense (The), 
1608. 

Novelty of Popery proved out of themselves, 
1656. 

Only Way of Salvation (The), 1608. 

Popish Glorying in Antiquitie turned to their 
Shame, 1626. 

Sealed Book opened (The), 1656. 

Throne of David (The), 1659. 
(His Life, by Dr. Shirreffs.) 
Guilford (Francis North), 1637-1685. 

Philosophical Essay on Music, 1677. 
GuiLLiM (John), heraldic writer, born in Here- 
fordshire, 1565-1621. 

Display of Heraldry, 1610. (Still a standard 
work.) 
GuNTER (Rev. Edmund), of Hertfordshire, 1581- 
1626. 

Canon Triangulornm, 1620. 

Description and Use of H.M. Dials, 1624. 

Of the Sector, Cross-staff, etc., 1624. 
(Gunter's chain in surveying, 1624.) 
GoNTON (Symon), antiquary, born at Peter- 
borough, in Northamptonshire, 1642-1710. 

History of the Church of Peterborough, 1686. 
GuRNELL (William), of Lavenham, in Suffolk, 
1617-1679. 

Christian incomplete Armour (The), 1656-58. 
GuRNEY (Hudson), poet and antiquary, 1774- 
1864. 

Cupid and Psyche. 

Observations on the Bayeux Tapestry, 1817. 
Gurnet (Joseph), stenographist. The original 
author of " Brachygraphy, or an Easy and 
Compendious System of Shorthand ; '" but 
the system was considerably improved in 
1753 by Thomas Gurney, to whom it is 
generally ascribed. Thomas Gurney lived 
1705-1770. 
Gurney (Joseph John), philanthropist, born at 
Earlham, near Norwich, 1788-1847. 

Essays on the Evidences ... of Christianity, 
1827. 

Notes on Prison Discipline, 1819. 

Observations on the Religious Peculiarities of 
the Society of Friends, 1824. 

Winter in the West Indies, 1840. 
(His Life, by Braithwaite, 1851.) 
Guthrie (James Cargill), poet, born at Airnie- 
foul Farm, in Scotland, 1814- 

First False Step (The), 1854. 

My Lost Love, etc., 1865. 

Rowena (a semi-dramatic poem in blank 
verse), 1871. 

Summer Flowers, 1867, 

Vale of Stathmore (in prose), 1875. 

Village Scenes (a descriptive poem), 1851. 
(His first production.) 

Wedded Love, 1859. 

Woodland Echoes (poems and songs), 1S7S. 
*:f,* Several Scotch songs of great merit. 
Guthrie, D.D. (Thomas), Fresh '/'erian min- 
ister, born at Brechin, in Scotland, 1803- 
1873. 

Christ and the Inheritance of Saints, 1858. 

City (The), its Sins and Sorrows, 1857. 

Gospel in Ezekiel (The), 1855. 



1212 GUTHRIE— HALIBURTON. APPENDIX I. 



HAKE — HALIBURTON. 



Plea for Drunkards, etc., 1856. 
Plea for Ragged Schools, 1847. 
Seed-time aad Harvest of Ragged Schools, 

1862. 
AVay of Life (The), 1862. 
Guthrie (William), historian, born at Brechin, 

in Scotland, 1708-1770. 
Geographical Grammar, 1770. 
History of England, 1744-1750. 
History of Scotland, 1767. 
History of the World, 1764-67. (With John 

Gray.) 
GuTSE, D.D. (John), Independent minister, 

1680-1761. 
Practical Expositor (of the New Testament), 

1739-52. 
GwiLLiM (Sir Henry), *-*. 
Collection of Acts and Records, 1801. (Much 

esteemed.) 
Gw^LT (Joseph), architect, London, I784r-1833. 
Encyclopsedia of Architecture, 1842. 
Notitia Architectonica Italiana, 1818. 
Kudiments of Architecture, 1837. 
Rudiments of Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon 

Tongue, 1829. 
Sciography, or Rules for the Projection of 

Shadows, 1822, 
Treatise on . . . Ai'ches, 1811. 

(He also translated Vitruoius, 1826.) 

Habbeeton (John), born at Brooklyn, U.S., 

1842- 
Canoeing in Kanuckia, 1878. (With C. L. 

Norton.) 
Helen's Babies, 1876. ("Very large sale.) 
Other People's Children, 1877. 
Some Folks, 1877. 
Habington (William), poet and historian, 

bishop of Worcestershire, 1605-1645. 
Castara (love songs, in three parts), 1634. 
History of Edward IV., 1640. 
Queen of Arragon (a tragi-comedy), 1640. 
H \CKET, D.D. (John), bishop of Lichfield, etc., 

London, L592-1670. 
Century of Sermons, 1675. 
Christian Consolations, 1671. 
Life of Archbishop Williams, 1692. (Said to 

be "the worst written book in the lan- 
guage.") 
(His Life, by T. Plume, D.D., 1675.) 
Haddon, LL.D. (Walter), of Buckinghamshire, 

1516-1572. 
Cantabrigienses, sive Exhortatio ad Literas, 

1552. 
Lucubrationes, 1567. (With sir John Cheke.) 
Reformatio Legum Ecclesiasticorum, 1567. 
Haggard, LL.D. (John), *-*. 
Reports in the High Court of Admiralty, 

1822-38 ; in the Consistory Court, 1822 ; in 

the Ecclesiastical Courts, 1827-32; in the 

Prerogative Court of Canterbury, 1826. 

(Very valuable.) 
HAiLEs(Sir David Dalrymple, lo'cA), antiquary, 

born at Edinburgh, 1726-1792. 
Annals of Scotland, 1776-79. (His chief 

work.) 
Canons of the Church of Scotland, etc., 1769. 
Davidis Humei . . . vita, 1787. 
Historical Memoirs concerning the Provincial 

Councils of the Church of Scotland, 1769. | 
Lile of John Barclay \ Mai-k Alexander Boyd ; i 



George Leslie ; John Hamilton ; Sir James 
Ramsay; and (in MS.) of Montrose. 

Remains of Christian Antiquity, 1776-80. 
Hake ( Edward), i)oe«, about 1552-1612. 

Touchstone of Wittes (The), 1588. 
Hakewell (Rev. George), 1579-1649. 

Power and Providence of God in the Govern- 
ment of the World, 1627. 

Scutum Regum, 1612. 
Hakluyt (Rev. Richard), historian, of Hereford- 
shire, 1553-1616. 

Divers Voyages touching the Discoverie of 
America . . . 1582. 

Four Voyages to Florida, 1587. 

Historic of the West Indies (in Latin), trans- 
lated by Saunders, 1818. 

Principal Navigations and Discoveries of the 
English Nation, 1589; supplement com- 
piled from his MSS., 1812. (Very valuable.) 
Haldane (Robert), of Authrey, 1764-1842. 

Evidences and Authority of Divine Revela- 
tion, 1816. 

Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans, 
1835. 
(His Life, by Alexander Haldane, the en- 
larged edition, 1852.) 
Hale (Edward Everett), Unitarian minister, 
U.S., 1822- 

Daily Bread, and other Stories, 1870. 

Margaret Perceval in America, 1850. 

Rosary (The), 1848. 

Sketches of Christian History, 1850. 
Hale (Sir Matthew), born at Alderley, in Glou- 
cestershire, 1609-1678. 

Analysis of the Law, 1739. 

Contemplations, 1676. 

Historia Placitorum Coronse, 1739. 

History of the Common Law, 1713. 

Pleas of the Crown, 1678. 
(His Life, by bishop Burnet, 1682 ; Roscoe, 

1830 ; Dr. Williams, 1835.) 
Hale (Mrs.), maiden name Sarah Joseph a 
Buell, iJoeiess and novelist, born at Newport, 
in New Hampshure, U.S., 1795-1879. 

Flora's Interpreter, 1830. 

Genius of Oblivion (The), and other Poems, 
1823. (Her first work.) 

North wood, a Tale of New England, 1827. 

Woman's Record, 1854. (Sketches of distin 
guished women from the creation.) 
Hales (John), " The Ever-Memorable," born at 
Bath, in Somersetshire, 1584-1656. 

Golden Remains, 1659. 
(His Life, by Des Maizeaux, 1719.) 
Hales, D.D. (Stephen), natural philosopher, 
born at Beckesbourn, in Kent, 1677-1761. 

HEemastatics, 1733. 

Vegetable Staticks, 1727. (His best-known 
work.) 
Haxes (Dr. William), chronologist and mathe- 
matician, *-1831. 

Analysis ^quationum, 1784. 

Analysis Fluxionum, 1800. 

New Analysis of Chronology, 1809-14. (His 
best-known work.) 

Sonorum Doctrina Rationalis et Experimen- 
talia, 1778. 
Halibukton, D.C.L. (Thomas Chandler), hu- 
morist, born at Windsor, in Nova Scotia, 
1796-1865. 

Americans at Home (The), 1854. 



HALIFAX — HALL. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



HALL. 



1218 



Attach^ (The), or Sam Slick in England, 1843- 

1844. 
Bubbles of Canada, 1839. 
English in America (The), 1851. 
Historical and Statistical Account of Nova 

Scotia, 1829. 
Letter-bag of the Great Western, 1839. 
Nature and Human Nature, 1855. 
Old Judge (The), 1847. 
Rule and Misrule of the English in America, 

1851. 
Sam Slick, the Qockmaker, 1835, 1838-40. 
Sam Slick's Wise Saws and Modern. Instances, 

1853. 
Traits of American Humour, 1852. 
Yankee Stories, 1852. 
Halifax (Samuel), bishop of Asaph, 1733- 

1790. 
Analysis of the Roman Civil Law, 1774. (A 

text-book at the Cambridge University.) 
Sermons on the Prophecies, 1776. 
Hall (Captain Basil), traveller, etc., bom at 

Edinburgh, 1788-1844. 
Extracts of a Journal written on the Coasts of 

Chili, Peru, and Mexico, 1824. (Excellent.) 
Fragments of Voyages and Travels (three 

series), 1831-33. 
Patchwork, or Travels in Stories, 1841. 
Travels in North America, 1830. 
Voyage of Discovery to the Western Coast of 

Corea, etc., 1818. 
Hall (Edward), historian, of Shropshire, 1499- 

1543. 
Union of the . . . Families of Lancaster and 

Yorke, 1542. 
Hall (James), novelist, born at Philadelphia, 

U.S., 1793-1868. 
Border Tales, 1853. 
History and Biography of the North American 

Indians. 
Letters from the West, 1820. 
Hall (James), geologist, born at Hingham, in 

Massachusetts, U.S., 1811- 
G^eological Reports of Iowa, 1858-60. 
Paleontology of New York, 1847, 1852, 1859, 

1867. 
Hall, D.D. (Joseph), bishop of Norwich, the 

" Christian Seneca," bom at Ashby-de-la- 

Zouch, in Leicestershire, 1674-1656. 
Apologie of the Church of England, etc., 1610. 
Balm of Gilead (The), posthumous 1660. 
Characters of Vertues and Vices, 1608. 
Contemplations, 1612-15. (Dr. Doddridge calls 

it "incomparable for language, criticism, 

and devotion.") 
Devout Soul (The), 1644. 
Episcopacy by Divine Right, 1640. 
&)istle8 (in six decades), 1608-11. 
Henochismns, 1762. 
King's Prophecie (The), or Weeping Joy (a 

poem), 1603. 
Mundus Alter et Idem, 1643. 
Paraphrases of Hard Texts, 1633. 
Peace of Rome (The), 1609. 
Quo Vadis ? (in ridicule of foreign travel8),16l7. 
Satires (in three books), poetical. (Pope sa^'S 

they are " the best in the language.") 
Solomon's Divine Arts, 1609. 
Virgidemiaxum, Byting Satyres, 1599. 

(llis Life, by Pratt, 1808 ; Jones ; Morris, 
1846.) 



Hall, MO. (Marshall), bom at Basford, in 

Nottinghamshire, 1790-1857. 
Essay on the Circulation of the Blood, 1831. 
Lectures on the Nervous System, 1836. 
Medical Essays, 1824. 
Memoirs on the Nervous System, 1837. 
New Memoir on the Nervous System, 1843. 
Reflex Function of the Medulla Oblongata 

and Medulla Spinalis, 1833. (His great dis. 

covery.) 
Synopsis of the Diastaltic Nervous System, 

1850. 
Theory and Practice of Medicine, 1837. 
Theory of Convulsive Diseases, 1847. 
Treatise on Diagnosis, 1817. 

(His Life, by his widow, 1858.) 
Hall (Rev. Christopher Newman), Congrega- 
tional minister, born at Maidstone, in Kent, 

1816- 
From Liverpool to St. Louis, 1870. 
Hints on Preaching, 1858. 
Homeward Bound, and other Sermons, 1869. 
Land of the Forum and the Vatican, 1854. 
Pilgrim Songs in Cloud and Sunshine, 1870. 
Prayer : its Reasonableness and EflBca'^y, 
1875. 

%* Some of his tracts, as "The Sinner's 
Friend," "Come to Jesus," and its seque', 
" Follow Jesus," have an unprecedented cir- 
culation. 
Hall (Rev. Peter), *-*. 
Ductor Vindogladiensis (a guide to Wim- 

borne Minster), 1830. 
Fragmenta Liturgica, 1848. 
Picturesque Memorials of Salisbury, 1834. 
Picturesque Memorials of Winchester, 1829. 
Reliquias Liturgicas Anglicans, 1847. 
Tekmeria Metrica, 1824. 
Haxl (Rev. Robert), Baptist minister, bom at 

Arnsby, in Leicestershire, 1764-1831. 
Apology for the Freedom of the Press, 1793. 
Modern Infidelity considered, 1795. 
Sermons, posthumous 1831-33. 

(His Life, by sir J. Mackintosh, 1832 ; J. W. 
Morris, 1846.) 
Hall (Samuel Carter), born at Topsham, in 

Devonshire, 1801- 
Book of Memories of Great Men and Women 

of the Age (A), 1879. 
(He has edited or written some 340 volumes.) 
Hall (Mrs. S. C), maiden name Anna Maria 

Fielding, novelist, born in Dublin, 1802-1881. 
Buccaneers (The), 1832. (Her first novel.) 
Can Wrong be Right ? 1862. 
Chronicles of a Schoolroom, 1830. 
Digging a Grave with a Wine-glass, 1871. 
Fight of Faith (The), a story of Ireland, 

1868-69. 
French Refugee (The), a play, 1836. 
Groves of Blarney (a tale), 1838. 
Ireland, its Scenery, etc., 1840. 
Ligiits and Shadows of Irish Character, 1838. 
Lucky Penny (The), 1864. 
Marian, or a Young Maid's Fortunes, 1840. 

(Her best novel.) 
Midsummer Eve (a fairy tale), 1847. 
Outlaw (The), 1 835. (A novel, time James II.) 
Pilgrimages to English Shrines. 
Playfellow (The), 1868. 
Prince of the Fair Family (a fairy tale), 1866. 
Ronald's Reason, or the Little Cripple, 1*66. 



1214 



HALL — HAMILTON, 



PPENDIX I. HALYBURTON — HAMILTON. 



Sketches of Irish Character, 1828. (H^r first 

production.) 
Stories of the Irish Peasantry, 1840. 
Tales of Woman's Trials, 1834. 
Uncle Horace (a novel), 1835. 
Uncle Sam's Money-box. (For the young.) 
Union Jack, 1863. 
White Boy (The), a novel, 1845. 
Woman's Story (A), 1857. 
Hall, D.D. (Thomas), nonconformist, 1610-1665. 
Loathsomeness of Long Hair; with an Ap- 
pendix against Painting, Spots, Naked 

Backs, and Expased Bosoms, 1656. 
Funebria Flora, 1660. 
Vindicia; Llterarum, 1655. 
Hallam (Arthur Htnry), London, 1811-1834. 
Remains in Verse and Prose, posthumous 

1862. (This is the "A. H. H." of Tenny- 
son's In Memoriam.^ 
Hallam, D.C.L. (Jienry), philosophic historian, 

born at Windsor, 1777-1859. 
Constitutional History ot England, 1827. 
History of the Middle Ages, 1848. 
Introduction to the Literature of Europe in 

the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth 

Centuries, 1837-39. 
View of the State of Europe during the Middle 

Ages, 1818. (His chief work.) 
Halle (Edwarde), chronicler, contemporary 

with Henry VIII. 
Chronicle from Henry IV. to Henry VIII., 

1548. 
Halleck (Fitz-Green), j3oe<, born at Guildford, 

U.S., 1795-1867. 
Fanny (a satire in the metre of Don Juan), 

1849. (His longest poem.) 
Poems, 1827, 1835. 
Twilight, 1818. (His first poem.) 

(His Life, by F. S. Cozzens, 1868.) 
Hallkck (Henry Wager), born in New York 

State, U.S., 1819-1872. 
Elements of Military Art and Science, 1846. 
International Law, 1861. 
H ALLEY, LL.D. (Edmund), astronomer, born at 

Haggerston, near London, 1656-1742. 
Catalogus Stellarum Australium, 1679. 
Circulation of the Vapours of the Sea, 1691. 
General Chart showing the Variation of the 

Compass, etc., 1692. 
TabuljB Astronomica?, posthumous 1749. 
Ballidat (Andrew), dramatist, etc., 1830-1877. 
Everyday Papers, 1864. 
Sunnyside Papers, 1866. 
Town and Country, 1866. 

*;^* For his plays, see Appendix TIL 
Halliday, M.D. (Sir Andrew), historian, bom 

at Dumfries, in Scotland, *-1840. 
Annals of the House of Brunswick, 1820. 
Annals of the House of Hanover, 1826. 
Memoir of the Campaign of 1815, published 

1816. 
Observations on Emphysema, 1807. 
Hallifax, D.D. (Samuel), 1733-1790. 
Analysis of Butler's Analogy. 
Analysis of the Pionian Civil Law, 1774. 

(Once a standard book in the University of 

Cambridge.) 
Halliwell (James Orchard), archceologist, 

Chelsea, 1820- 
Dictionary of Archaic and Provincial Words, 

1847. rA standaid work.) 



Life and Works of Shakespeare, 1851-61. 

I'opular Rhymes and Nursery Tales, 1849. 

HALrBcitTON (Rev. Thomas), called "The H0I7 

Halyburton," of Scotland, 1674-1712. 

Great Concern of Salvation (The), posthumous 
1821. 

Natural Religion InsufiBclent, etc., po.sthu- 
mous 1714. 

Sermons (Ten) on the Lord's Supper, posthu 
mous 1722. 
(His Memoirs, by himself, 1715 ; by D, 

Young, 1824.) 
Hamekton (Philip Gilbert), born at Laneside, 
in Lancashire, 1834- 

Contemporary French Painters, 1867. 

Etching and Etchers, 1868. 

Harry Blount (a story for boys), 1875. 

Intellectual Life (The), 1873. 

Isles of Loch Awe, and other Poems, 1855. 

Life of Turner (the artist), 1878. 

Modern Frenchmen, 1878. 

Painter's Camp in the Highlands (A), 1862. 

Rome in 1849 (a series of articles), 1849-50. 

Round my House, 1876. 

Sylvan Year (The), 1876. 

Unknown River (The), 1871. 

Wenderholme (a story of Lancashire, etc.), 
1869. 
Hamilton (Alexander), statesman, born in the 
Island of Nevis, one of Lesser Antilles, 
1757-1804. 

Federalist (The), begim 1787. 

Works (in 7 vols.), edited by his son, 1851. 
Hamilton (Anthony, count de), born in Ire- 
land, 1646-1720. 

Contes de Feerie, posthumous 1805. (Charm- 
ing tales.) 

Memoires du Comte de Grammont (a faithful 
delineation of the court of Charles II.). 
Hamilton (Elizabeth), born at Belfast, in Ire- 
land, 1758-1816. 

Agrippina, 1803. 

Cottagei'S of Glenbumie, 1808. 

Letters of a Hindoo Rajah (a covert satire on 
English manners and customs), 1796. 

Letters on the Elementary Principles of Edu- 
cation, 1801-2. 

Memoirs of the Life of Agrippina, 1811. 

Memoirs of Modern Philosophers, 1800. 
(Her Life, by Miss Benger, 1818.) 
Hamilton (Lady), maiden name Emma Harte, 
the favourite of lord Nelson, 1761-1815. 

Attitudes after the Antique, 1807. 

Memoirs, with Illustrative Anecdotes of . . . 
Contemporaries, 1815. 
Hamilton (George Baillie), 1798-1850. 

Codex Criticus of the Hebrew Bible, 1821. 

Introduction to the Study of the Hebrew 
Scriptures, 1814. (A very learned work.) 

Observations on the . . . Roman Catholic 
English Bible, 1826. 
Hamilton (Hugh), bishop of Ossory, mathe- 
matician, 1729-1805. 

De Sectionibus Conicis Tractatus Geometri- 
cus, 1758. (A valuable work.) 

Existence and Attributes of the Supreme 
Being, 1792. 
(Works, with Life, 1809.) 
Hamilton, D.D. (John), Secular priest, about 
1540-1610. 

Ane Catholik and Facile Traictise drauin out 



HAMILTON — HAKE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. hannaford— hare. 1215 



of the Halie Scriptures ... on the Real and 
Corpora 11 Presence of Crystis Pretious Hot lie 
and Blude in the Sacrament of the Alter, 
1581. 
(His Life, by lord Hailes, 1784.) 
Hamilton rCaptain Thomas), 1789-1842. 

Annals of the Peninsular Campaign, 1849. 

Cyril Thornton (a novel), 1827. 

ftien and Manners in America, 1833. 
Hamilton, K.B. (Sir William), of Scotland, 
1730-1803. 

A.ntiquites Etrusques, Grecques, et Romaines, 
1766. (A splendid work.) A sequel, 
1791-95. 

Campi Phlegraei, 1776-77 ; supplement, 1779. 

Observations on Mount Vesuvius, 1772. 
Hamiltox (Sir William), metaphysician, born at 
Glasgow, in Scotland, 1788-1856. 

Discussions ou Philosophy and Literature, 
1852. 

Lectures on Metaphysics, posthumous 1859- 
1861. 
Hamilton (William Gerard), better known as 
"Single-speech Hamilton," 1729-1796. 

Parliamentary Logick, 1808. (His famous 
speech is appended.) 
*^* Some have fathered Junius's Letters 

on William Gerard Hamilton. 
Hamilton, LL.D. (Sir William Rowan), mathe- 
matician, Dublin, 1805-1865. 

Elements of Quaternions, 1866. 

General Method in Dynamics (A), 1834. 

Jjcctures on Quaternions, 1853. 

'I'heory of Systems of Rays, 1828. 
Haioiett (Samuel), born at Jewett City, in 
Connecticut, 1816- 

Stray Yankee in Texas (A), 1853. 

^Vonderful Adventures of Captain Priest 
(The), 1854. 
Hammond, D.D. THenry), bom at Chertsey, in 
Middlesex, 1605-1660. 

I'aranaisis, printed separate from his 
Works, 1841. 

Paraphrase and Annotations on the New Tes- 
tament, 1653. (A celebrated work.) 
(His Life, by bishop Fell, 1661 ; R. Ful- 

man, 1684.) 
Hauuond (James), poe«, 1710-1742. (Son of 
Anthony Hammond, also a poet, called the 
" Silver-tongued.") 

Love Elegies (once very popular, written be- 
tween 1731 and his death, but first published 
by lord Chesterfield in 1743. They are con- 
tained in vol. 49 of Johnson's British Poets). 
Hammond (William Alexander), born at Anna- 
polis, U.S., 1828- 

Jnsanityin its Relation to Crime, 1873. 

^Medico-legal Study of the Case of Daniel 
McFarland, 1870. 

Military Hygiene, 1863. 

Over Mental Work, etc., 1878. 

Physics and Physiology of Sleep (The), 1870. 

S'eep and its Nervous Derangement, 1869. 

Treatise on Diseases of the Nervous System, 
1871. 
Hampden (Renn Dirkson), bishop of Hereford, 
born in Barbadoes, 1793-1868. 

Fathers of Greek Philosophy, 1862. 

Lectures Introductory to the Study of Moral 
*"^Uo8onhy. 1835. 

vnllosophical Evidence of Christianity, 1827. 



Scholastic Philosophy ... in its Relation to 

Christian Theology, 1833. 
Hannaford (Samuel), botanist, 1828- 
Catalogue of the Flowering Plants ind Ferna 

in the Neighbourhood of Totnes, m Devon- 
shire, 1851. 
Jottings in Australasia, or Notes on the Hora 

and Fauna of Victoria, 1856. 
Wild Flowers of Tasmania, 18S6. 
Hannat (James), novelist, born at Dumfries, 

1827-1873. 
Biscuits and Grog, 1848. 
Characters and Criticisms, 18':5. 
Claret Cup (A), 1848. 
Course of English Literature, .^66. 
Eustace Conyers, 1855. 
Hearts are Trumps, 1849. 
King Dobbs, 1848. 
Satire and Satirists, 1854. 
Singleton Fontenoy, 1850. 
Sketches in Ultramarine, 1853. 
Studies on Thackeray, 1869. 
Three Hundred Years of a Norman House, 

1866. 
Hanwat (Jonas), philanthropist, born at Ports- 
mouth, 1712-1786. 
Farmer Trueman. 
Journal, 1756-57. 
Historical Account of British Trade over the 

Caspian Sea, etc., 1753. 
Virtue in Humble Life, 1774. 

(His Life, by Pugh, 1787.) 

Hakdiman (J ), *-*. 

History of the Town and County of Gal way, 

1820. (A valuable work. He also published 

two volumes of " Irish Minstrelsy.") 
Harding ^James Duffield), born at Deptford, 

1798-1863. 
Lessons on Art, 1849. 
Lessons on Trees, 1850. 
Park and Forest, 1841, 
Principles and Practice of Art, 1845. 
Harding (John), historian, 1378-1468. 
Chronicle in Metre fro the Begynnyng of 

Englad vnto ye Reigne of Edwarde IV., 

1543. 
Hardy (Thomas), novelist, of Dorsetshire, 1840- 
Laodicean (A), 1881. 
Far from the Madding Crowd, 1874. (His best 

novel.) 
Hand of Ethelberta (The), 1876. 
Pair of Blue Eyes (A), 1873. 
Return of the ^Native, 1877. 
Under the Greenwood Tree (a rural tale), 

1872. (His first novel.) 
Hardy (Sir Thomas Duffus), antiquary, 1304- 

1878. 
Catalogue of the Lord Chancellors, etc., 1843. 
Description of the Close Rolls in the Tower oi 
London, 1833. 

*** He edited several of the MS. Records 
Tinder the Ma-ster of the Rolls; the Intro- 
duction to the Monumenta Ilistorica Britan- 
nica, 1848 ; and the Willelmi Malmeshurien- 
sis Gesta, 1840, for the " English Historical 
Society." 
Hare (Augustus John Cuthbert), bom at the 

Villa Strozzi, in Rome, 1834- 
Cities of Northern and Central Italy, 1875. 
Days near Rome, 1874. 
j .Epitaphs for Country Churchyards, 1856. 



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APPENDIX I. 



HARRIXGTOX — HARRISON. 



Memorials of a Quiet Life, 1872. 
Walks in London, 1877. 
Walks in Rome, 1870. 
Wanderings in Spain, 1872. 
Winter in Mentone (A), 1861. 

%* Also Murray's Handbooks for Berk- 
shire, 1860 ; Buckinghamshire, 1860 ; Dur- 
ham, 1863 ; Northumberland, 1863 ; and Ox- 
ford, 1860. 
Habe, D.D. (Francis), bishop of Chichester, 

1665-1740. He is known as the opponent 

of Hoadly, bishop of Bangor, in the famous 

Bangorian controversy " My Kingdom is not 

of this World," 1717. Hoadly maintained 

that Christ never delegated His authority to 

any man, and that " Apostolic succession " 

is not scriptural. The controversy is more 

distinguished for " shuffling " and ill-temper 

than anything else. 
Hare (Rev. Julius Charles), born at Hurstmon- 

ceux, in Sussex, 1796-1855. 
Guesses at Truth, 1827. (With A. W. Hare.) 
Memoir of John Sterling, 1848. 
Mission of the Comforter, 1846. 
Victory of Faith, 1847. 
Vindication of Luther, 1854. 
Hakgraves (Edmund Hammond), born at 

Gosport, in Hampshire, 1815- 
Australia and its Gold-fields, 1855. 
Harington (Sir John), poet, born at Kelston, 

near Bath, in Somersetshire, 1561-1612. 
Apologie (An), 1596. 

Epigrams (in four books), posthumous 1615. 
History of Polindor and Flostella, with other 

Poems, posthumous 1651. 
Metamorphosis of Ajax, 1596. 
Nug« Antique (papers in prose and verse), 

posthumous 1769. 
Schoole of Salerne (The), in 10-line stanzas, 

1609. 
Translation into English verse of Orlando 

Furioso, 1591. 
Ulysses upon Ajax, 1596. 
View of the State of the Church of England, 

(an attack on the bishops), 1608. 
Hariot (Thomas), Oxford, 1560-1621. 
Artis Analyticae Praxis, 1631. 
Report of the New-found Land of Virginia, 

1588. 
Harmer (Rev. Thomas), Independent minister, 

born at Norwich, 1715-1788. 
Observations on Various Passages of Scrip- 
ture, 1764.^ 

(His Memoir, by Dr. A. Clarke, 1816.) 
Harness (Rev. William), of Hampshire, 1790- 

1869. 
Boyle Lecture, 1822. 
Memoir of Mary R. Mitford, 1870. 
Welcome and Farewell (a tragedy). 1837. 
Harpsfeld, LL.D. (Nicholas), Roman Catholic 

priest, *-1583. 
Dialogi Sex contra Summi Pontificatus, 1566. 
Historia Anglicana Ecclesiastica, posthumous 

1622. 
Harries, M.D. (Walter), bom at Gloucester, 

1647-1709. 
De Morbis Acutis Infantium, 1694. 
Pharmacologia Anti-Empirica, 1683. 
Harrtxgt(3N, M.D. (Henry), musical composer, 

1729-1816. 
Nugae Antiquae, 1769. 



Harrington (James), born at Upton, in North- 
amptonshire, 1611-1677. / 

Oceana (an ideal republic). 1|56. (Dugald Lj 
Stewart calls it " one of the boasts of Eng- / 

lish literature.") / 

Political Discourses, 1660. ' 

(His Life, by Toland. 1771.) 
Harris (Benjamin), 18th century. 

Ghost of Moll King, or a Night at Derry's, 
1785. 

List of Covent-Garden Ladies, or the New 
Atlantis (an annual), commenced in 1760, 
suppressed in 1793. 
Harris, LL.D. (George), 1809- 

Life of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, 1847. 

Philosophical Treatise on the Nature and 
Constitution of Man, 1870. (Highly es- 
teemed.) 
Harris (James), bom at Salisbury, 1709-1780. 

Hermes, 1751. (A. learned work on language 
and grammar.) 

Fnilological Inquiries, posthumous 1781. 

Philosophical Arrangements, 1775. 

Treatises on (1) Art ; (2) Music, Poetry, and 
Painting ; (3) Happiness, 1765. 
(His Life, by his son, the earl of Malmes- 

bury, 1801.) 
Harris, D.D. (John), 1667-1719. 

History of Kent, 1719. 

Lexicon Technicum, 1704-10. (His chief 
work.) 

Navigantium atque Itinerantium Bibliotheca, 
1705. 
Harris, D.D. (John), Independent minister, of 
Devonshire, 1802-1856. 

Great Teacher (The), 1835. 

Mammon, 1836. 

Pre- Adamite Earth (The), 1847. 
Harris (Moses), naturalist, 1735-1806. 

Aurelian (The), 1766. 

English Lepidoptera, 1775. 

Exposition of English Insects, 1776. 
Harris, D.D. (Thaddeus Mason), born in Boston, 
U.S., 1768-1842. 

Natiiral History of the Bible, 1820. (A valu- 
able work.) 
Harris (Walter), l8th century. 

Hibemica, 1770. (Interesting and valuable ) 

History and Antiquities of Dublin, 1766. 

History of William, Prince of Nassau and 
Orange (William III.), 1749. 

Histriographarum Aliorumque Scriptores 
Hiberniae Commentarium (Irish authors), 
1736. 

N.B.— His father, Walter Hairis, M.D., 
lived 1647-1725, and wrote several medical 
works. 
Harris, D.D. (William), biographer, 1720-1770 

Life and Writings of Charles I., 1758. 

Life of Charles II., 1766. 

Life of Oliver Cromwell, 1762. 

Life and Writings of James I. of Great Britain, 
1753. 

Life of Hugh Peters, 1751. 
Harris (William), 1765-1829. 

Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Institu- 
tion of Great Britain, 1809. (A most useful 
work.) 
Harrison (Frederic), London, 1831- 

Meaning of History (The), 1862. 

Order and Progress. 1875. 



HAURT — nATTOX. 



BTBUOGRAPHICAL. harvey— hatton. 1217 



Harrt. called "The Blind Harry," minstrel, 
about 1440-1499. 

Life of Wallace (an historical rhyming epic, in 
11 books), 1483. 
Hart, R.A. (Solomon Alexander), born at Ply- 
month, in Devonshire, 1806- 

CoBur de Lion and Saladin, 1835 ; Columbus 
when a Boy conceives the Idea of the New 
"World; Eleanor sucking the Poison from 
Edward's Arm, 1838; The Elevation of the 
Law, 1830; English Nobility privately re- 
cei%nng the Catholic Communion, 1831 ; 
Giacopo Guerini refusing to enter into 
Compact with Boemondo Theopolo, 1832 ; 
Hannah, the Mother of Samuel, 1837; 
Henry I. receiving Intellegence of his Son's 
Shipwreck, 1839; The Hoarder, 1881; In- 
structions, 1826 (his first exhibit) ; The In- 
terior of St. Mark's Baptistery, 1880 ; Intro- 
duction of Raphael to Pope Julius II. ; 
Isaac of York in the Donjon of Front de 
Bceuf, 1830; Milton visiting Galileo in 
Prison; Sir Thomas More receiving the 
Benediction of his Father, 1836 ; The Three 
Inventors of Printing ; Wolsey and Buck- 
ingham, 1834. 
Harte (Francis Bret), poet and tale-writer, 
bom at Albany, U.S., 1839. 

Condensed Novels, 1867. 

East and West Poems, 1871. 

Gabriel Conroy (a novel), 1879. 

Heathen Chinee (The), a poem, 1869. 

Heiress of Red Dog(An), 1879. 

JefiF Briggs's Love Story, 1880. 

Luck of Roaring Camp, and other Sketches, 
1870. (" Luck of Roaring Camp " is by far 
his best sketch.) 

Mrs. Skaggs's Husbands, 1872. 

Poems, 1870. 

Poetical Works, 1871. 

Story of a Mine, 1878. 

Twins of Table Mountain, 1879. 
Harte (Rev. Walter), 1700-1774. 

Essay on Satire, 1730. 

History of Gustavus Adolphus, 1759. (The 
best military biography in the language.) 

Poems on Several Occasions, 1727. 
Hartley, M.D. (David), mental philosopher, 
born at Armley, in Yorkshire, 1705-1757. 

Observations on Man, 1749. (In high esteem.) 
(His Life, by his son, 1791.) 
Hartlib (Samuel), a naturalized Englishman, 
1606-1670. 

Compleat Husbandman (The), 1659. 

Considerations concerning England's Reform- 
ation, 1647. 

Discourse of Husbandry used in Brabant and 
Flanders, 1651. 
Hartshorne (Rev. Charles Henry), antiquary, 
born at Broseley. in Shropshire, 1802-1865. 

Ancient Metrical Tales, 1829. 

B<-:<k of Rarities in the University of Cam- 
bridge, 1829. 

Feudal and Military Antiquities of Northum- 
berland, etc., 1858. 

Historical Memorials of Northampton, 1848. 

Homo of the Working-Man, 1856. 

Salopia Antiqua, 1841. 

Sepulchral Remains in Northamptonshire. 
EUiN^BT, R.A. (Sir George), born in the neigh- 
bourhood of Stirling, in Scotland, 1805-1876. 



Battle of Drimclog; Columbus discovertn«{ 

America ; Covenanters preaching ; The 

Curlers; The First Reading oi the Bible 

in Old St. Paul's. 
Harvky, M.I). (Gideon), of Surrey, 1625-1700. 
Ars Curandi Morbos Expectatione, 1689. 
De Vanitatibus, Dolis, et Mendaciis Medl- 

corum, 1683. 
Habvey (Richard), astrologer, about 1540- 

1610. 
Astrological Discourse on the Conjunction of 

Saturn and Jupiter, 1582. (This tract threw 

the whole kingdom into a panic. All looked 

•with consternation for the fatal Sunday, 

April 28, 1583.) 
Philadelphus, or a Defence of Brute, etc., 

1593. 
Harvey, M.D. (William), born at Folkestone, 

in Kent, 1578-1657. 
Exercitatio Anatomica de Motu Cordis et 

Sanguinis in Animalibus, 1628. (An im- 
mortal treatise on the " Circulation of the 

Blood.") 
Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium, 

1651. 
Exercitationes duae Anatomicaa de Circula- 
tione Sanguinis, etc., 1649. 

(His Life, by Dr. Willis, 1847 ; Dr. Law- 
rence, 1766.3 
Harwood, D.D. (Edward), a Unitarian minister 

of Lancashire, 1729-1794. 
Biographica Classica, 1778. 
Introduction to the Study of the New Testa- 
ment, 1767-71. 
Translation of the New Testament, 1768. 
View of Various Editions of the Greek and 

Roman Classics, 1775. 
Hasted (Edward), born at Hawley, in Kent, 

1732-1812. 
History of Canterbury, 1801. 
History of Kent, 1778-99. 
Hastings (Warren), governor-general of India, 

born at Daylesford, in Worcestershire, 1732- 

1818. 
Narrative of the Insurrection in the Zemen- 
dary of Benares, 1782. 

(His Life, by G. R. Gleig, 1841. Macaulay 
wrote an essay on h5m.) 
Hatton (Sir Christopher), bom at Holdenby, 

1540-1591. 
Treatise concerning Statutes, etc., 1677. 

(His Life, by sir N. H. Nicholas.) 
Hatton (Joseph), novelist, etc., born at Andover, 

in Hampshire, 1839- 
A gainst the Stream, 1866. 
Bitter Sweets (a love story), 1865. 
Christopher Kenrick (a novel), 1869. 
Clyte (a novel, dramatized), 1874. 
Cruel London, 1878. 
In the Lap of Fortune, 1872. 
Pit and Pitmen, in The Graphic, 1864. 
Queen of Bohemia (The), 1877-78. 
Tallants of Barton (The), 1867. 
Valley of Poppies (The), 1871. 
Hatton (Joseph L.), musical composer, born at 

Liverpool, 1815- 
Pascal Bruno (an opera), 1844. 
Rose, or Love's Ransom (an opera), 1864. 
Queen of the Thames (The), an operetta, 
1844. 

*»* About 200 songs, part-songs, glees, etc 
4 I 



1218 



HAUGHTON — HAYES. 



APPENDIX I. 



HAWKINS — HAYES. 



Haughton (William), dramatic writer, aibovt 
1558-ldlO. 

Englishmen for my Money (a comedy), 1596. 

Pleasant Comedie of Patient Grissill, 1603. 
(It seems that the former of these two 

comedies 'vas by Thomas Haughton. There 

are three editions of it in the British Mu- 
seum. ^\^lethe^ Thomas and William are the 

same person, or brothers, is uncertain.) 
Hausted (P ),poet, I7th century. 

Ad Populum (a poem), 1644. 

Rival Friends (The), a comedy, 1632. 

Senile Odium (a Latin comedy), 1633. 
Havelock (Sir Henry), born at Bishop- Wear- 
mouth, in Durham, 1795-1857. 

History of the Ava Campaigns, 1827. 
(His Life, by J. T. Headley. 1859; Dr. 

W. Brock; J. C. Marsham, I860.) 
Havers, M.D. (Clopton), 17th century. He dis- 
covered the " Haversian Canals " in Bone. 

Osteologia Nova, 1691. (Long a standard 
work.) 
Haweis (Rev. Hugh Reginald), born at Egham, 
in Surrey, 1838- 

Amy Arnold, 1863. 

Arrows in the Air, 1878. 

Ashes to Ashes, 1875. 

Current Coin (essays on current topics), 1876. 

Music and Morals, 1871. 

Pet (for children), 1874. 

Poets in the Pulpit, 188G. 

Shakespeare and the Stage, 1878. 

Speech in Season, 1874. 

Thoughts for the Times, 1872. 

War (a sermon), 1878. 

Worship and Praise (a sermon), 1872, 

Unsectarian Family Prayers, 1874. 
Haweis (Mrs.), maiden name Mary Eliza, * 

Art of Beauty, 1877. 

Art of Decoration, 1881. 

Art of Dress, 1879. 

Chaucer for Children, 1876. 

Chaucer for Schools, 1880. 
Hawes (Stephen), 23oe^, 1483-1512. 

Comfort of Lovers (printed by W. de Worde). 

Conversion of Seweres (a poem in octave 
stanzas), 1509. 

Example of Vertu (a poem), printed 1530. 

Joyfull Medytacyon, etc. (printed by Wynkyn 
de Worde). 

Passe-Tyme of Plesure (The), an allegorical 
poem, printed 1517. 

Tsmple of Glasse (The), a poem ; also attri- 
buted to John Lydgate. 
Hawkee, D.D. (Robert), 1753-1827. 

Commentary on the Bible, 1808. 

Poor Man's Commentary, 1822. 

Poor Man's Commentary on the Psalms, 1846. 

Portion (Morning and Evening), 1845. (His 
best-known work.) 
Hawkesworth, LL.D. (John), London, 1715- 
1773. 

Adventurer (The), 1752-54. 

Voyages of Byron, Wallis, Carteret, and Cook, 
1773. (He received £6000 for the copyright 
of this book.) 
Hawkins ^Benjamin Waterhouse), naturalist, 
London, 1807- 

Artistic Anatomy of the Horse, Cattle, and 
Sheep, 1865. 

Atlas of Elementary Anatomy, 1865. (With 
Huxley.) 



Elements of Form, 1842. 

Comparative View of the Human and AnimaJ 
Frame, 1860. 

Popular Comparative Anatomy, 1840. 
Hawkins (Sir John), historian of music, Lon* 
don, 1719-1789. 

General History of Music, 1776. (Much es- 
teemed.) 

Life of Dr. Johnson, 1787. 
Hawks, D.D. (Francis Lister), born at New- 
bern, U.S., 1798-1866. 

Auricular Confession in the Protestant Church, 
1850. 

Commodore Perry's Expedition to the China 
Sea and Japan, 1852-54. 

Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of 
the United States, 1836-40. 

Egypt and its Monuments, 1849. 

History of North Carolina. (Unfinished at his 
death.) 

Reports of the Supreme Court of North Caro- 
lina, 1823-28. 
Haworth (Adrian Hardy), botanist and ento- 
mologist, born at Chelsea, *-1833. 

Genus Mesembryanthemum, 1794. 

Lepidoptera Britannica, 1803-28. (Excellent.) 

Saxifragearum Enumeratio, 1821. 

Synopsis Plantarum Succulentarum, 1812; 
supplement, 1819. 
Hawthorne (Julian), novelist, son of Natha» 
niel Hawthorne, *- 

Bressant (a novel), 1873. 

EUice Quentin, 1880. 

Garth (a novel), 1877. 

Idolatry (a novel), 1874. 

Mrs. Gainsborough's Diamonds, 1879. 

Saxon Studies, 1875. 

Sebastian Strome, 1880. 

Septimus (a novel), 1871. 
Hawthorne (Nathaniel), novelist, bom at 
Salem, in Massachusetts, U.S., 1804-1864. 

Blithedale Romance (The), 1852. 

House of the Seven Gables (The), 1851. 

Life of President Pierce, 1852. 

Mosses from an Old Manse, 1846. 

Our Old Home, 1863. 

Scarlet Letter (The), 1850. (An excellent 
romance.) 

Transformation, 1859. (His best work.) 

Twice-told Tales, 1837. (So called because 
they had been published first in periodicals.) 
(His Life, by H. James, junior.) 
Hat (William), 1695-1755. 

Essay on Defonnity, posthumous 1794. 

Religlo Philosophi, 1753. 
Hatdon (Benjamin Robert), painter, born at 
Plymouth, 1786-1846. 

Christ's Entry into Jerusalem, 1820 (his best 
picture) ; Curtius leaping into the Gulf, 
1844; Dentatus, 1809; Joseph and Mary 
resting on their Road to Egypt, 1807 ; Judg- 
ment of Solomon, 1814 (700 guineas) ; Lec- 
tures on Painting and Design, 1844-46; The 
Mock Election (painted in prison, and 
bought by George IV. for 500 guineas), 
Napoleon musing at St. Helena, 1834 5 
Punch, 1829 (in the National Gallery); The 
Raising of Lazarus, 1823 (excellent). 

(His Life, by himself; Tom Taylor, 1853.) 
Hates (Charles), 1678-1760. 

Chronographiae Asiaticse et iEgytiacas Speci- 
men, 1759. 



HAYES — HEAD. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. hayavood— heal.. 



1219 



Treatise on Fluxions, 1704. 

Vindication of tlie History of the Septuagint, 

1736. 
Hates. M.D. (Isaac Israel), born in Chester 

County, U.S., 1832- 
Arctic Boat Journey (An), 1860. 
Cast away in the Cold, 1868. 
Land of Desolation (The), 1870. 
Open Polar Sea (The), 1862. 
Hates, M.D. (Isaac T.),ex;jZorer, U.S., 1830- 

Open Polar Sea (The), etc., 1867. 
HaVes (William), naturalist, 18th century. 
Natural History of British Burds, with their 

Portraits, 1775. 
Portraits of Rare and Curious Birds, 1794. 
Hatlet (William), poet, bom at Chichester, 

1745-1820. 
Ballads on Animals, 1805. 
Essays In Verse, on Epic Poetry, 1782; His- 
tory, 1780 ; Painting, 1778 ; Sculpture, 1800. 
Odes, Elegies, and Plays, 1785. 
Plays of Three Acts, 1784. 
Plays with a Preface, 1811. 
Triumphs of Music, 1804. 
Triumphs of Temper (six cantos), 1781. 

Prose. 
Essay on Old Maids, 1785. 
Life of Cowper, 1803. 
Life of Milton, 1796. 
Life of G. Romney, 1809. 

(His Life, by himself, was published 1823.) 
Hatman, D.D. (Henry), of Devonshire, 1823- 
Homer's Odyssey, completed 1881. 
On the Indwelling of the Holy Spurit, 1875. 
Hayman (Robert), 17th century. 
Quodlibets lately come from New Britaniola, 

1628. 
Hayward (Abraham), bom at Wishford, in 

Wiltshire, 1803- 
Art of Dining, 1852. 

Autobiography, etc., of Mrs. Piozzi, 1861. 
Biographical and Critical Essays, first series, 

1858 ; second, 1873 ; third, 1874. 
Diaries of a Lady of Quality, 1864. 
Goethe's Faust (a prose translation), 1833. 
Juridical Tracts, 1856. 
Whist and Whist-players, 1873. 

*^* Established the Quarterly Review, etc., 
1828. 
Hatward (Sir John), historia/n, *-1627. 
Certain Yeeres of Queen Elizabeth's Reign, 

1640. 
History of Edward IV., 1630. 
Life of Henry IV., 1599. 
Lives of the Norman ivings of England, 1613. 
Hayward (William Stephens), novelist, *- 
Barbara Home, 1880. 
Black Angel (The), 1870. 
Caroline, 1875. 
Cloud King (The), 1868. 
Demons of the Sea, 1866. 
Diamond Cross (The), 1875. 
Ethel Gray, 1875, 

Eulalie, or the Red and "White Rose, 1869. 
Fiery Cross (The), a tale of the great Ameri- 
can War, 1866. 
High-road to Ruin (The), 1876. 
Hunted to Death, 1869. 
John Hazel's Vengeance, 1879. 
Lord Scat*erbrain, or the Rough Diamond, 

1869. 
Lost Lucy, 1881. 



Love against the World, 1875. 

Love's Treason, 1874. 

Maud Luton, 1875. 

Mutiny of the Thunderer, 1878. 

Perils of a Pretty Girl, 1874. 

Ran away from Home, 1875. 

Rebel Privateer (The), 1872. 

Rodney Ray, 1874. 

Star of the South, 1871. (Sequel to "The 

Black Angel.") 
Tales of the Wild and Wonderful, 1870. 
Three Red Men, 1876. 
Tom Holt's Log (a sea tale), 1868. 
Haywood (Mrs. Eliza), 1693-1756. 
Court of Caramania (The), 1722. (This and 

" The New Utopia " gave her a place in the 

Dunciad.) 
Female Spectator (The), 1744. 
New Utopia (The), 1723. 
Spy on the Conjuror (A), a collection of 

stories, 1725. 
Hazlitt (WUliam), bom at Maidstone, 1778- 

1830. 
Characteristics, 1823. 
Characters of Shakespeare's Plays, 1817. 
Conversations of James Northcote, 18. sO. 
Dramatic Scorpion (The), a satire, 1818. 
Essay on the Principles of Human Action,1805. 
Free Thoughts on Public Affairs, 1806. 
Lectures on the Dramatic Literature of the 

Age of Elizabeth, 1821. 
Lectures on the English Comic Writers, 1819. 
Lectures on the English Poets, 1818. 
Liber Amoris, or the New Pygmalion, 1823. 
Life of Napoleon, 1828. 
Life of Titian, 1830. 
Memoirs of Holcroft, 1809. 
Plain Speaker (The), etc., 1826. 
Political Essays, with Sketches of Public 

Characters, 1819. 
Reply to Malthus, 1807. 
Round Table (The), 1817. (Essays on Men 

and Manners.) 
Sketches of the Principal Picture Galleries of 

England, 1824. 
Spirit of the Age, 1825. 
Table Talk, 1821-22. 
View of the English Stage (A), 1818. 

(His Life, by his son, 1836; grandson, 1867.) 
Hazlitt (William Carew), 1834- 
Bibliography of Old English Literature, 1867. 
English Proverbs and Provincial Phrases, 

1869. 
History of the Venetian Republic, 1860. 
Memoirs of W. Hazlitt, 1867. 
Popular Antiquities of Great Britain, 1870. 
Sophie Laurie (a novel), 1865. 
Head (Sir Edmund Walker), born near Maid- 
stone, in Kent, 1805-1868. 
Ballads, and other Poems, 1868. 
Chapters on Shall and Will, 1856. 
Handbook of Spanish Painting, 1848. 
Head (Sir Francis Bond), born at Hermitage, 

near Rochester, in Northumberland, 1793- 

1875, . 
Bubbles'from the Brunnen, etc., 1833. 
Defenceless State of Britain, 1850. 
Descriptive Essays, 1857. 
Emigr.tnt (The), 1846. 
Fagot of French Sticks, 1851. 
Fortnight in Ireland (A\ 1852, 
Life of Bruce the Traveller, 1830. 



12?: 



HEAD HELPS. 



APPENDIX I. 



HEATH — HELPS. 



Horae and his Rider (The), 1»60. 

Hough Notes on the Pampas, 1826. 

Royal Engineer (The), 1860. 

Stokers and Pokers, 1856. 
Head (Si"- George), traveller, bom near Roches- 
ter, 1782-1855. 

Forest Scenes and Incidents In the Wilds of 
North America, 1829. 

Home Tour through the Manufacturing 
Districts, 1836-37. 

Rome, 1849. 
Head (Richard), pseudonym "Merlton La- 
troon," dramatist, etc., *-1678. 

Almansir, or the Rhodomontadoes of Sir 
Frederic Fightall, 1672. 

Canting Academy (The), 1674. 

English Rogue (The), a Witty Extravagant, 
1671. 

Floating Island (The), 1673. 

Jackson's Recantation, 1674. 

Hie et Ubique (a comedy), 1663. 

Madam Wheedle, 1678. 

News from the Stars, 1673. 

Nugae Venales (jests, bulls, and witticisms), 
1686. 

Proteus Redivivus, or the Art of Wheedling, 
1667. 

Venus's Cabinet unlocked, 1674. 
Hearne (Thomas), antiquary, born at "VVTiite 
Waltham, in Berkshire, 1678-1715. 

Camden's -dnrioZs, 1717. 

De Rebus Britannicis Collectanea, 1715. 

Ductor Historicus, 1704. 

Fordun's Scotichronicon, 1722. 

Leland's Itinerary, 1710-12. 

Life of Alfred the Great, 1709. 

Reliquife Bodleianae, 1703. 

Reliquife Hearnianfe, 1857. 
*^* He edited a host of ancient authors, so 

that his complete works occupy 100 volumes. 
(His Life, by Huddesford, 1772; Henry 

Headley, 1780 ; Rett, 1810.) 
Heath, D.C.L. (Benjamin), bom at Exeter, 
*-l766. 

Notae ... ad ^schyli, Sophoclis, et Euripidis 
. . . Dramata, 1762. (A work of great merit.) 

Proof of the Divine Existence and Unity, 1740. 
Heath (Charles), line engraver, London, 1784- 
1848. 

Book of Beauty, 1833-49. 

Descriptive Ac.:ouut of Petersfield and Chep- 
stow, etc., 1703. 

Excursion down the Wye, etc., 1808. 

Historical and Descriptive Account of Mon- 
mouth, 1804; Ragland Castle, 1801; Tin- 
tern Abbey, 1805. 

Shakespeare Gallery (The), 1836. 
Heath (Rev. Dunbar Isidore), 1816- 

Exodus Papyri (The), 1855. 

Future Kingdom of Christ (The), 1852-53. 

Proverbs of Aphobis (The), 1858. (These pro- 
verbs were supposed to exist b.c. 1900.) 

Sermons on Important Subjects, 1859. (Con- 
demned as unorthodox.) 
Heath (Francis George), bom at Totnes, in 
Devonshire, 1843- 

Au'-umn Leaves, 1881. 

English Peasantry (The). '.374. 

Fern Paradise (The), 187f . 

Fern World (The), 1877. 

My 3arden Wild, 1881. 



Our Woodland Trees, 1878. 

Romance of J^easaut Life (The), 1873. 

Where to find Ferns, 1881. 
Heath (James), historian, London, 1629-1664. 

Chronicle of the Late War in the Tliree 
Kingdoms (in four parts\ 1661-63. 

Elegy on Dr. Thomas Fuller, 1661 ; Dr. San- 
derson, 1662. 

Flagellum, 1663. (Oliver Cromwell, "The 
Usurper.") 

Glorious , . . Restitution of . . . His Sacred 
Majesty Charles II., 1662. 

History of Loyal English Martyrs, 1663. 
Heathcote, D.D. (Ralph), of Leicestershire, 
1721-1795. 

Historia Astronomiae, 1746. 

Irenarch, with an Autobiography, 1771. 

Sylva (a collection of anecdotes), 1786. 
Heber (Reginald), bishop of Calcutta, f»oef, bom 
at Malpas, in Cheshire, 1783-1826. 

Hymns, 1812. 

Hymns written and adapted to the Weekly 
Church Service of the Year, 1827. 

Life of Jeremy Taylor, D.D., 1824. 

Narrative of a Journey through the Upper 
Provinces of India, from Calcutta to Bom- 
bay, 1828. (Very interesting and valuable. 

Omnipotence of God (The), 1825. 

Palestine (a prize poem), 1803. 

Parish Sermons, 1837. 

Personality and Office of the Christian Com- 
forter, 1815. 

Poems and Translations, 1812. 

Sermons preached in England, 1829. 

Sermons preached in India, 1829. 
(His Lite, by his widow, 1830 ; Potter ; 

Taylor.) 
Heberden,M.D. (William), London, 1710-1801. 

Commentarii de Morborum Historia et Cura- 
tione, 1802. (A valuable work.) 

Essay on Methridatium Theriaca (An), 1745. 
Hecker (Rev. Isaac Thomas), of New York, 
U.S., 1819- 

Aspirations of Nature, 1857. 

Catholicity in the United States, 1859. 

Questions of the Soul, 1855. 
Hedge (Rev. Frederick Henry), bora in Cam- 
bridge, Massachusetts, U.S., 1805- 

Prose Writers of Germany, 1848. 
Hedlet (John Edward), bishop of Caesaropolia, 
born at Morpeth, in Northumberland, 1837- 

Light of the Holy Spirit in the World, 1873. 

Spirit of Faith (The), 1875. 

Who is Jesus Christ ? 1874. 
Heli>s (Sir Arthur), 1817-1875. 

Brevia, or Short Essays and Aphorisms, 1870. 

Casimir Maremma, 1870. 

Catherine Douglas (a tragedy), 1843. 

Claims of Labour (an essay), 1845. 

Companions of my Solitude, 1851. (A sequel 
to " Friends in Council.") 

Conquerors of the New World, 1848. 

Conversations on War, etc., 1871. 

Essays . . . 1841. (His first production.) 

Friends in Council, 1847-49; second Beriea, 
1859. 

History of the Spanish Conquests of America, 
1855-61. 

Ivan de Biron, 1874. 

King Henry II. (an historic play), 1843. 

Life of Cortez, 1871. 



IlEMANS — HERBERT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. henry— Herbert. 1221 



Life of I'izarro, 1869. 
On Organisation (an essay), 1860. 
Ouhta tbe Serf (a play), 1858. 
Realmah, 1869. 
Social Pressure, 1874. 

Spanish Conquest in America (The), 185.5-57. 
Thoughts in the Cloister and the Crowd, 1835. 
Thoughts upon Government, 1871. 
HeaiANS (Mrs.), maiden name Felicia Dorothea 

Browne, poetess, born at Lirerpool, 1794- 

1835. 
Domestic Affections, and other Poems, 1812. 
Early Blossoms, 1808. 
Forest Sanctuary (The), 1826. 
Hymns for Childhood, 1834. 
Last Constantine (The), and other Poems, 1S27. 
Lays of Leisure Hours, 1829. 
Records of Women, 1828. 
Sceptic (The), 1821. 

Siege of Valencia, and other Poems, 1823. 
Songs of the Affections, 1830. 
Vespers of Palermo (a tragedy), 1823. 

(Her Life, by H. F. Chorley, 1837 ; Mrs. 
Hughes, 1839.) 
Hemingford (Walter de), historian, bom at 

Gisborough, in Yorkshire, *-1347. 
Historia de Rebus Gestis Edwardi I., IL, et 

III., printed by Bale, 1548 ; reprinted 1731. 
Henderson (Rev. Dr. Ebenezer), missionary, 

1784-1858. 
Biblical Researches and Travels in Russia, 

1826. (A useful book.) 
Book of Isaiah translated from the Hebrew, 

1840 ; Jeremiah, 1851 ; the Twelve Minor 

Prophets, 1845. 
Iceland, or the Journal of a Resident, 1818. 
Vaudois (The), 1845. 

(His Life, by J. S. Henderson, 1859.) 
Henlet (Rev. John), called " Orator Henley," 

bom at Melton Mowbray, in Leicestershire, 

1692-1756. 
Compleat Linguist (The), a grammar of all 

the tongues in being, 1719-21. 
Primitive Liturgy for the Use of Oratory, 

1726. 
Henkt VIII., king of England, bom at Green- 
wich, 1491-1547. 
On the Seven Sacraments, 1521. (Against 

Luther.) For this book the pope gave 

him the title of "The Defender of the 

Faith." 
Hkvrt of Huntingdon, chronicler, *-1160. 

Historia Anglorum, 1135. 
Hknrt (David), of Aberdeen, 1710-1792. 
Complete English Farmer, 1772. 
Historical Account of Voyages round the 

World, 1774. 
Hknrt (Matthew), nonconformist minister, 

bom at Broadoak Farmhouse, in Wales, 

1662-1714. 
Communicant's Companion (The), 1704. 
Direction for Daily Communion, 1712. 
Discourse against Vice and Immorality, 1705. 
Discourse concerning Meekness, 1692. 
Exposition of the Old and New Testaments, 

1704-10. (His great work.) 
Life of the Rev. Philip Henry, 1698. 
Method of Prayer (A), 1710. 
Pleasantness of a Religious Life, 1714. 

(His Life, by W. Tons, 1716 ; Burder and 
Hughes, 1811 ; J. B. Williams, 1830.) 



Henrt, D.D. (Robert), historian, born at St. 
Ninians, in Scotland, 1718-1790. 

History of Great Britain, 1771-93. 
Henry, M.D. (William), chemist, of Manchester, 
1775-1836. 

Elements of Experimental Chemistry, 1799. 
Henryson (Robert), Scottish poet, *-1508. 

Bludy Serf (The). Printed in the Select Re- 
mains of the Ancient Popular Poetry of 
Scotland. 

Fabils, printed 1621. 

Orpheus Kyng, and how he zeid to Hewyn 
and Hel to seek his Queue, printed 1508. 

Taile of the Uplandis Mous and the Burges 
Mous, printed 1815. 

Testament of Faire Creseide, printed 1593. 
Henslow (John Stevens), botanist, born at 
Rochester, in Northumberland, 1796-1861. 

Dictionary of Botanical Terms, 1849. 

Principles of Botany, 1836. 
(His Life, by Jenyns, 1862.) 
Hepburn (James Buonaventura), philologist, of 
Scotland, 1573-1620. 

Dictionarium Hebraicum et Chaldaicum, 1591. 
Heraud (John Abraham), poet, London, 1799- 

Descent into Hell (The), a poem, 1830. 

Ingathering (a war epic), 1870. 

Judgment of the Flood (The), a poem, 1834. 

Legend of St. Loy, 1821. 

Macee de Lesdepart (an historical romance), 
1878. 

Shakspere, his Inner Life, etc., 1865. 

Tottenham (a poem), 1820. 

Uxmal (an antique love story), 1877. 

War of Ideas (The), a war epic, 1871. 
%* For his tragedies, see Appendix III 
Herbert (Edward, lord), philosopher, of Cher- 
bury, born at Montgomery Castle, 1581-1648. 

De Causis Errorum, 1645. 

De Religione Gentilium, posthumous 1663. 

De Veritate, 1624. 

De Vita Humana, 1647. 

Expeditio Buckingham! Duels in Ream In- 
sulam, 1630. 

Life and Reign of King Henry VIIL, post- 
humous 1649. 

Memoir-s, posthumous 1764. 

Own Life, written by himself, posthumous 
1764. 
Herbert (Rev. George), poet, bom at Mont- 
gomery, 1593-1633. 

Priest to the Temple, or the Country Parson 
(prose), 1652. 

Temple ( I'he), or the Church (poetry), 1631. 
(His Life, by Izaak Walton, 1670 ; Gil- 

fillan, 1853; W. Jerdan, 1853; Duyckinck, 

1858 ; A. B. Grosart, 1875.) 
Herbert, R.A. (John Rogers), bom at Maldon, 
in Essex, 1810- 

The Appointed Hour, 1834; The Brides of 
Venice, 1840; Captives detained by Con- 
dottieii, 1836; Christ and the Woman of 
Samaria, 1843 ; Christ subject to his Parents 
at Nazareth, 1847 ; Christmas Eve at Beth- 
lehem, 1880 ; Desdemona pleading for 
Cassio, 1837; Flight from Herod's Sword, 
1881; Haidee, 1835; Illustrations of Justice 
on the Earth (for the Peer's robin g-room"), 
1864 (a masterly work) ; Introduction of 
Christianity into Britain, 1842 ; Josei)h 
warned of Archelaus, 1881 ; Lear disinherit- 



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HERBERT — HETWOOD. 



APPENDIX I. 



HEYDOX — HEY WOO I) 



Ing Cordelia, 1849 ; Love outwatched the 
Drowsy Guard, 1840 ; Moses with the Tables 
of the Law (in the committee-room of the 
House of Lords) ; Pirates of Istria bearing 
off a Venetian Bride, 1841 ; Prayer, 1875 ; 
St. Gregory teaching Boys to chant, 1845 ; 
The Signal (a prize picture), 1840; Sir 
Thomas More and his Daughter, etc., 1844 
(in the Vernon Gallery). 
Herbert (Sir Thomas), traveller, born at York, 
1606-1682. 

Charles I. (Memoirs of the last two years), 1663. 

Travels in Africa and Asia, etc., 1634. 

Threnodia Carolina, 1678 ; published 1702. 
Heron (Robert), born at New Galloway, in 
Scotland, 1767-1807. 

General History of Scotland, 1794-99. 
Herrick (Rev. Robert), poet, London, 1591- 
1674. 

Hesperides, 1647^8. 

Noble Numbers, or Pious Pieces, 1647. 
Herring (John Frederick), painter, of Surrey, 
1795-1865. 

Frugal Meal (The), 1847. (In the National 
Gallery.') » 
Herschel (Sir John Frederick William), as- 
tronomer, born at Slough, near Windsor, 
1790-1871. 

Application of the Calculus of Finite Differ- 
ences, 1820. (His first work.) 

Essays, 1857. 

Familiar Letters on Scientific Subjects, 1866. 

Manual of Scientific Enquiry, 1849. 

Outlines of Astronomy, 1850. 

Physical Geography, 1861. 

Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural 
Philosopliy, 1831. 

Results of Astronomical Observation at the 
Cape of Good Hope, 1847. 

Treatise of Astronomy, 1836 ; on Sound, 1830 ; 
on the Theory of Light, 1831. 
Hervet (Mrs.), maiden name p]leonora Louisa 
Montague, poetess, born at l^iverpool, 1811- 

Double Claim (The), a tale, 1842. 

Feasts of Camelot (The), 1863. 

Landgrave (The), a dramatic poem, 1839. 

Margaret Russell, 1840. 
Hervet (Rev. James), born at Northampton- 
shire, 1714-1758. 

Meditations, etc., among the Tombs, 1746-47. 

Reflections in a Flower Garden, 1750. 

Theron and Aspasia, 1755. 
(His Life, by John Brown, 1822; John 

Cole, 1822-26.) 
Hervet (John, lord), statesman, 1696-1743. 

Memoirs ot the Reign of George IL, 1848. 
Hewitson (William), naturalist, born at New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, 1806-1878. 

British Oology, 1831. 

Exotic Butterflies, 1852. 

H lustrations of Diurnal Lepidoptera. 
Hewson, F.R.S. (William), born at Hexham, in 
Northumberland, 1739-1774. 

Experimental Inquiries into the Properties of 
the Blood, 1771. 

Lymphatic System (The), 1774. 
Hetdon (Sir Christopher), astrologer, about 
1568-1653. 

Defence of Judicial Astrology (A), 1603. (A 
learned book.) 

Validity of Astrology Justified, 1650. 



Hetdon (John), rosicrusian, about 1616-1668. 
Elhavareuna and Psonthonphaucia, 1665. 
Eugenius Theodidactus (in verse), 1655. 
Harmony of the World (The), 1662. 
Holy Guide (The\ leading the Way to the 

Wonders of the' World, 1662. 
Idea of the Law Charactered, etc. (The), 1683. 
New Method of Rosie-crucian Physick, 165?. 
Ocia Imperialia, 1663. 
Quintuple Rosie-crucian Scourge, etc., 1665. 
Rosie-crucian Axiomata, 1660. 
Rosie-cross uncovered, 1662. 
Theomagia (in three parts), 1669. 
Wise Man's Crown (The), or the Glory of the 

Rosie-cross, 1664. 
Hetlin, D.D. (Peter), bom at Burford, in Ox- 
fordshire, 1600-1662. 
.^rius Redivivus, 1536^7. 
Certamen Epistolare, 1659. 
Cosmographie (in four books), 1622. (First 

called " Microcosmus.") 
Cyprianus Anglicus, 1644. (That is, a Life 

of W. Laud.) 
Ecclesia Restaurata, 1661. 
Ecclesia Vindicata, 1657. (Anti-Puritan.) 
Examen Historicum, 1659. (An attack on 

Fuller's Church History.) 
Help to English History, 1641. 
Historia Quinquarticularis, 1660. (A defence 

of Arianism.) 
Historie of Episcopie, 1642. 
Historic of St. George of Cappadocia, 1631. 
Historie of the Reformation of the Church of 

England, 1661. 
Life, etc., of Charles II., 1658. 
Parable of the Tares (in 10 sermons), 1659. 
Theologia Veterum, posthumous 1673. 

(His Life, by G. Veron, 1681 ; Dr. J. Bar- 
nard, 1682.) 
Hetwood (John), dramatic writer, *-1565. 
Breefe Balet (A), 1557. 
Dialogue of Wit and Folly, 1546. 
Dialogue on Marriage, containing all the Pro- 
verbs in the Language, 1547. 
Four P's (The), i.e. Palmer, Pardoner, Poti- 

carry, Pedlar, 1530. 
Merry Play between Johan . . . Tyb . . . 

and the Prester, 1533. 
Merry Play between the Pardoner and the 

Frere, 1533. 
Of Gentylnes and Nobylyte(a dialogue), 1535. 
Play of Love (The), 1533. 
Spider and the Flie (a parable), 1556. 
Hetwood (Thomas), dramatic author, 1576- 

1645. Wrote 220 plays, 28 of which are 

extant. 

Dramas. 
Brazen Age (The), 1603. 
Challenge for Beautie (a tragi-comedy), 1606. 
Edward IV. (in two parts), 1600. 
English Traveller (The), a tragi-comedy, 1633. 
Fair Maid of the Exchange (The), 1607. 
Fair Maid of the West (The), a comedy, 1611. 
Fortune by Land and Sea (a tragi-comedy), 

1655. 
Four Prentises of London, 1615. 
Golden Age (The), 1611. 
Iron Age (The), in two parts, 1632. 
Lancashire Witches (a comedy), 1634. 
Life aud Death of Hector, 1614. 
Love's Maistresse (a masque), 1636. 



UIBBERD — HIIvL. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. higginson— hill. J5j23 



T^iaydenhead Well Lost (A), a comedy, 1634. 
(^ueei) Elizabeth's Troubles (two parts), 1606, 

1609. 
Rape of Lucrece (The), a tragedy, 1608. 
Koyall King and Loyall Subject (A), a tragi- 
comedy, 1637. 
Silver Age (The), 1(513. 
Wise Woman of Hogsdon (a comedy), 1638. 
Woman Icilde by Kindnesse (A), before 1003, 

third edition 1617. 

Not dramas. 
Apology for Actors (three treatises), 1612. 
Description of H.M.S. The Great Uarry, 1637. 
England's Elizabeth, from her Cradle to her 

Crown, 1631. 
Epithalamium on the Marriage of Princess 

Elizabeth, 1613. 
Funeral Elegie on Henry Prince of Wales, 

1613. 
Funeral Elegie on James I., 1625. 
Gunaikeion (in nine books, inscribed with the 

names of the nine Muses), 1624. 
Hierarchie of the Blessed Ajigels (a poem in 

nine books), 1635. 
Life of Merlin, etc., 1641. 
Life of the JJuchess of Suffolk, 1631. 
Lives of the Nine Most Worthy Women of the 

World, 1640. 
Lives of the Most Famous and Infamous 

Women of all Ages, posthumous 1657. 
Londini Artium, etc. (a pageant), 1632. 
Londini Speculum (a pageant), 1637. 
Londini Status Pacatus (a pageant), 1639. 
London's Harbour of Health and Happiness 

(a pageant), 1635. 
London's Jus Honorarium (a pageant), 1631. 
Porta Pietatis (a pageant), 1638. 
Priest (A), a Judge, and a Patentee (i.e. Laud, 

lord Finch, and alderman Abel), 1641. 
Troia Britannica (a poem in 17 cantons), 
1609. 

(His Life, by J. P. Collier, 1856.) 
HiBBERD (Shirley), horticulturist, 19th century. 
Epitome of the Russian War, 1857. 
Fresh-water Aquaria, 1856. 
Garden Favourites, 1858. 
HiBBERT, M.D. (Samuel), 19th century. 
Description of the Shetland Islands, 1822. (A 

valuable work.) 
History of the College and Collegiate Church 

of Manchester, 1828. 
History of Extinct Volcanoes, etc., 1832. 
Sketches of the Philosophy of Apparitions, 

1824. 
HiCKES, D.D. (George), Saxonist and antiquary, 

born at Newsham, in Yorkshire, 1642-1715. 
Devotions, 1712. (A stock book.) 
Institutiones Grammatics Anglo-Saxonicae, 

1689. 
Thesaiirus Linguarum Veterum Septentriona- 

lium, 1703-5. (His great work.) 
IIiGDEN (Ralph), of Chester, chronicler, *-13G7. 
Polychronycon, 1357. (Printed by Caxton, 

1482 ; and by Wynkyn de Worde, 1495.) 
HiGGiNS (Godfrey), antiquary, 1771-1833. 
Anacalypsis, 1836. 
Celtic Druids, 1827. 
Horse Sabbaticje, 1826. 
Mohammed, 1829. 
HiGoixs (Rev. John), 1544-1605. 
Mirror for Magistrates, 1574. 



HiGGixsoN (Thomas Wentworth), born at Cam- 
bridge, U.S . 1823- 
Atlantic Essays, 1871. 
Brief Biographies of European Statesmen, 

1875. 
Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1868 
Life in a Black Regiment, 1870. 
Malbone (an Oldport romance), 1869. 
Oldport Days {ix. Newport), 1874. 
Outdoor Papers, 1863. 
Young Folks' History of the United States, 

1875. 
HiGGONS (Bevil), 1670-1735. 
Generous Conqueror (The), 1702. 
Historical and Critical Remarks on Burnet's 

Own Times, 1725. 
Short View of the English History, 1723. 
IIiGHMORE (Anthony) jurist, London, 1753- 

1829. 
History of the Artillery Company of London, 

1804. 
Pietas Londinensis, 1810. 
Review of the History of Mortmain, 1787. 
Treatise of Idiocy and Lunacy, 1807. 
HiGHMORE (Joseph), painter, Ixmdon, 1692- 

1780. 
Practice of Perspective, 1763. 
Hill (Aaron), poet, etc., London, 1684-1749. 
Elfrid, or the Fair Inconstant (a drama), 1710. 
History of the Ottoman Empire, 1709. 
Northern Star (The), a poem in praise of 

Peter the Great. 1718. 
Rinaldo (an opera), 1711. 
Hill, D.D. (George), of Scotland, 1743-1820. 
Lectures in Divinity, posthumous 1821. (Much 

esteemed.) 
Lectures to illustrate Jewish History, 1812. 
Theological Institutes (in three parts), 1803. 
View of the Constitution of the Church of 

Scotland, 1817. 
Hill, M.D. (Sir John), botanist, born at Spald- 
ing, in Lincolnshire, 1716-1775. 
British Herbal (The), 1756. 
Construction of Timber (The), in five books, 

1770. 
Eden, or a Compleat Body of Gardening, 1773. 
Exotic Botany, 1752. 
Flora Britannica, 1760. 
, General Natural History (A), 1748. 
Herbarum Britanniciim, 1770. 
History of the Materia Medica, 1751. 
Hortus Kewensis, 1768. 
Mrs. Glasse's Cookery, 1749. 
Review of the Works of the Royal Society, 

1751. 
Sleep of Plants (The), 1752. 
Vegetable System (The), 1756-76. 

*:^* He also vn-ote some farces, which called 
forth from Garrick the following couplet :— r 

For physic and farces his equal there scarce is ; 
His farces are physic, his physic a farce is. 

Hill (Rev. Rowland), born at Hawkestone. 
near Shrewsbury, 1744-1833. 
Village Dialogues, 1801. 

(His Life, by W. Jones, 1842 , E. Sidney, 
1844.) 
Hill (Rev. Thomas), about 1530-1602. 
Art of Physiognomy, 1571. 
Contemplation of Mysteries (no date). 
Interpretation of Dreams, 1663. 



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H I LTON — HODGSON. 



APPENDIX I. 



HOADLY — HODGSON. 



Proffltable Arte of Gardening, 1568. 

Proffitable Instruction for the Ordering of 
Bees 15Y4 

Schoole of Skil (The), in two books, 1599. 
Hilton (John), musical composer^ *-1655. 

Ayres and Falas (for three voices), 1627. 

Catch that catch can (a collection of catches, 
etc.), 1652. (In this collection " Non Nobis, 
Domine," first appeared. A great favourite 
■with the royal family.) 
Hilton (Walter), monkof Sheen, contemporary 
vfith Henry VI. 

Ladder of Perfection (The), 1494, (Printed by 
Wynkyn de Worde.) 

Walter Hilton's "Devoute Boke," 1506. 
(Printed by R. Pynson.) 
Hilton, R.A. (William), born at Lincoln, 1786- 
1839. 

Christ crowned with Thorns, 1825. 

Edith and the Monks searching for the Body 
of Harold, 1834. 

Infant Warrior (The), 1836. 

Sir Calepine rescuing Serena, 1831. 

Una entering thp Cave of Corceca, 1832. 
HiNCKS (Edward), philologist, born at Cork, 
1792-1866. 

Assyrio-Babylonian Measures of Time, 1865. 

Catalogue of Eiiyptian MSS. in Trinity Col- 
lege, Dublin, 1843. 

On Egyptian Steel, 1842. 
Hind (John Russell), astronomer and mathe- 
matician, born at Nottingham, 1823- 

Astronomical Vocabulary, 1852, 

Comets (The), 1852. 

Elements of Algebra, 1855. 

Illustrated London Astronomy, 1853. 

Recent Comets and . . . their Orbits, 1845, 

Solar System ( I'he), 1846. 

Unexpected Return of the Great Comet, 
1848. 
Hinds, D.D. (Samuel), bishop of Norwich, born 
in Barbadoes, 1793-1872. 

Nature and Extent of Inspiration, 1831. 

Poems, 1834. 

Rise and Early Progress of Christianity, 1828. 

Hitchcock, D.D. (Edward), geologist, born at 

Deerfield, in Massachusetts, U.S., 1793-1864. 

Elementary Geology, 1840. 

Fossil Footmarks in the United States, 1848. 

Geology of the Connecticut Valley, 1824. 

Ichnology of New England, 1858. 

Religion of Geology, 1851. 

Report on the Geology of Massachusetts, 1833- 
1841, 
Hitchcock, D.D. (Roswell Dwight), bom at 
Machias, U.S., 1817- 

Complete Analysis of the Bible, 1869, 

Hymns and [divine] Songs, 1874, 1875. 
HoADLY, D.I). (Benjamin), bishop of Winchester, 
born at Westerham, in Kent, 1676-1761. 

"My Kingdom is not of this World," 1717. 
(A sermon which originated the famous 
" Bangorian controversy." Hoadly main- 
tai!>ed that Christ did not delegate His au- 
thority to any human being, and therefore 
denied the dogma of apostolic succession. 
His chief opponent was W. Law. The 
odium theologicum is the most striking 
feature of this battle of books.) 

Plain Account of the Nature and End of the 
Lord's Supper, 1735. 



Reasonableness of Conformity to the Chiipcb 
ot England, 1703. 

Sermons, 1754-55. 
HoADLY, M.D. (Benjamin), London, 1705- 
1757. 

Suspicious Husband (The), a comedy, 1747. 

Three Letters on the Organs of Respiration, 
1737. 
HoARE (Sir Richard Colt), topographer and an- 
tiquary, born at Stourhead, in Worcester- 
shire, 1758-1838. 

Ancient History of Wiltshire, 1810-19. 

British Antiquities in Dorsetshire (no date 

Chronicon Vilodunense, 1830. 

History of Modern Wiltshire, 1822-32. 

Hungerfordiana, 1823. 

Jtinerarium Cambrioe, by Giraldus Cam 
brensis, 1806. 

Recollections of a Classical Tour, 1818. 

Registrum Wiltunense, Saxonicum et Lati- 
num, 1827, 

Tour through the Isle of Elba, 1814, 

Tumuli Wiltunenses, 1820. (Stonehenge.) 
HoBBKS (Thomas), one of the five great philoso- 
phers of Great Britain, horn at Malmes- 
bury, in Wiltshire, 1588-1628. 

Behemoth (The), 1679. (History of the Civil 
Wars.) 

Decameron Physiologicum, 1678. 

De Corpore Politico, 1650, 

Ecclesiastical History from Moses to Luther, 
posthumous 1688. 

Elementa Philosophica de Cive, 1642. 

Homer translated into English Verse, 1675. 

Human Nature, 1650. 

Leviathan, 1651. (On forms of government. 
His great work.) 

Liberty and Necessity, 1654. 

Life of himself, in Latin Verse, 1672. 

Wonders of the Peak (a poem), 1636. 
(His Life, by R. Blackburne, 1681.) 
Hodges, M.D. (Nathaniel), 1630-1684. 

Loimologia, 1672. (The Plague of London.) 
Hodgson, R.A. (John Evan). London, 1831- 

An Arab Patriarch, 1871; Arab Prisoners, 
1870 ; Arab Shepherds, 1870 ; An Arab 
Story-teller, 1869 ; Army Reorganization in 
Morocco, 1872 ; Arrest of Poachers, 1857 ; 
A Barber's Shop in Tunis, 1875 ; Bound for 
the Black Sea, 1881 ; Canvassing for a Vote, 
1858; Chinese Ladies, etc., 1868; Cock- 
fighting, 1875 ; Commercial Activity in the 
East, 1877 ; The Eastern Question, 1878 ; 
Evensong 1867 ; First Sight of the Armada, 
1863 ; Following the Plough, 1876 ; Home- 
ward Bound, 1880; A Jewess accused of 
Witchcraft, 1866; Musical Rehearsal in a 
Farmhouse, 1860 ; A Needy Knife-grinder, 
1874; Odd Fish, 1874; The Outpost, 1871; 
Pampered Menials, 1877 ; The Pasha, 1878; 
The Patriots Wife, 1859 ; Queen Elizabeth 
at Purfleet, 1864 ; Returning the Salute, 
1874; Return of Sir Francis Drake from 
Cadiz, 1862 ; Roman Trireme at Sea, 1868 ; 
A Shipwrecked Sailor looking out for a Sail, 
1881 ; Sir T. More's Daughter in Holbein's 
Studio, 1861; The Snake-charmer, 1872; 
Taking Home the Bride, 1865 ; The Talis- 
man, 1875; The Temple of Diana, 1876; 
A Tunisian Bird-seller, 1873 ; The Turn oi 
the Tide, 1875. 



HODY — IIOLI.INGSHEAD. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. HOLCKOFT — HOLMNGSHEAD. 1225 



Hour (D.D. (Hiimphrpy), born at Odcombe, in 
Somersetshire, 1659-1706. 

Ojise of Sees vacant by Uncanonical Depriva- 
tion. 1693. 

De Bibliorum Textibus Originalibus, 1705. 
(In high estimation .J 

De Gffficis Illustribus Linguse Graicaa . . . In- 
stauratoribus, 1742. 

History of English Councils, etc., 1701. 
HoFLAND (Mrs.), born at Sheffield, 1770-1844. 

Decision, 1824. 

Poems, 1805. 

Son of a Genius, 1822. 
Hogarth (William), satiric artist, etc., London, 
1697-1764. 

Analysis of Beauty, 1753; The Distressed 
Poet ; The Election (four engravings), 1755 ; 
The Enraged Musician, 1741; The Four 
Stages of Cruelty, 1750 ; The Harlot's Pro- 
gress (in six pictures), 1733-34; Illustra- 
tions to Hudibras, 1726 ; The Industrious 
and Idle Apprentice (in 12 engravings), 
1748; Lord Lovat, 1746; The March to 
Finchley, 1748 ; Marriage a la Mode (in six 

Sictures), 1745 (in the National Gallery) ; 
[odern Midnight Conversation, 1732; The 

Kake's Progress (in eight engravings), 1735- 

1736 ; Sigismunda, 1759 ; Southwark Fair ; 

The Strolling Players ; The Times (a satire 

on W. Pitt), 1762. 

(His Life, by J. Nichols, 1781 ; T. Clerk, 

1810; Sa,la.,inCornhill Magazine; Anecdotes 

of Hogarth, by J. B. Nichols, 1833.) 
Hogg (James), " The Ettrick Shepherd," poet, 

born at Ettrick, in Scotland, 1772-1835. 
Forest Minstrel (The), 1810. 
Mador of the Moor (in Spenserian stanzas), 

1816, 
Mistakes of a Night, 1794. 
Mountain Bard (The), 1807. (The "Skylark" 

is beyond all praise.) 
Pilgrims of the Sun (The), a poem, 1815. 
Poetic Mirror rThe), 1814. 
Queen Hyiide (a poem in six books), 1825. 
Queen's Wake (The), 1813. (His best.) The 

story of Kilmeny is admirable. 
Scottish Pastorals, Poems, and Songs, 1801. 

Prose. 
Altrive Tales (The), 1832. 
Brownie of Bodsbeck (The), a tale of the 

Covenanters, 1818. 
Lay Sermons, 1834. 
Life of Sir Walter Scott. 
Montrose Tales, 1835. 
Shepherd's Guide (The), 1807. 
Three Perils of Man (The), 1822. 
Three Perils of Woman (The), Love, Teasing, 

and Jealousy, 1823. 
"Winter Evening Tales, 1820. 

(His Life in Wilson's Edition, 1838.) 
Hogg, LL.D. (Robert), botanist, etc., bom at 

Dunse, in Scotland, 1818- 
british Pomology, 1851. 
Dahlia (The), 1852. 
Fruit Manual (The), 1860. 
Gardener's Year- book (an annual.) 
Handbook of Hardy Annuals (A), 1837. 
Manual of Fruits, 1848. 
Vegetable Kingdom and its Products (The), 

InSS. 

Wild Flowers of Great Britain (The), 1865. 



HOLCUOFT (Thomas), dramatist, London, 1745- 
1809. 

Travels through Wrtff.nnalia, etc., 1804. 
*** For his dramas «»e Aitendix III. 
(His Life, by Hazlitt, 1816). 
HoLDEN (Rev. Henry), of Lancashire, 1596-1665. 

Discourse concerning Time, 1694. 

Divinap Fidei Analysis, 1652. 

Marginal Notes on the New Testament, 1660. 
Holder, D.D. (William), born in Nottingham- 
hamshire, 1614-1697. 

Elements of Speech, 1669, 

Treatise on the Principles of Harmony, 1694. 
HoLDSwoKTH (Edward), born at North Stone- 
ham, in Hampshire, 1688-1746. 

Muscipula, or the Mouse-trap (a poem), 1728. 
Hole (Rev. Richard), j)oei, born at Exeter, 1750- 
1803. 

Arthur (a poetical romance in seven books), 
1789. (Praised by Dr. Drake.) 

Remarks on Sindbad's Voyages, 1797. (Good.) 
HoLiNSHED (Raphael), chronicler, born of a 
Cheshire family, *-1580. 

Chronicles of Englande, Scotlande, and Ire- 
lande, 1577-87. 
HoLL, A.R.A. (Frank), bom in Kentish Town, 
1845- 

Deserted, 1874; Going Home, 1877; Her 
Firstborn, 1876 ; Home Again, 1881 ; New- 
gate, etc., 1878 ; The Ordeal, 1866 ; Ordered 
to the J?ront, 1880; A Seat in a Railway 
Station, 1873; "The Lord gave, and the 
Lord hath taken away," 1868-69; A Vil- 
lage Funeral, 1872. 
Holland (Henry), 17th century. 

Baziliologia, 1618. (Portraits of the British 
sovereigns.) 

Heroologia Anglica, 1620. (Portraits of 
famous Englishmen.) 
Holland, M.D. (Sir Henry), 1788-1873. 

Medical Notes, etc., 1855. 

Mental Physiology, 1853. 

Travels in the Ionian Isles, etc., 1815. 
Holland (Henry Richard Vassall Fox, lord^, 
born in Wiltshire, 1773-1840. 

Foreign Reminiscences, posthumous 1850. 

History of the Whig Party. 

Life and Writings of Lope Felix de Vega 
Carpio, 1817. 

Memoirs of the Whig Party, 1852. 
Holland, M.D. (Sir Henry), born at Knutsford, 
in Cheshire, 1788-1873. 

Chapters on Mental Physiology, 1852. 

Essay on Scientific Subjects, 1862. 

Medical Notes and Reflections, 1840. 

Travels in Albania, Thessaly, etc., 1815. 
Holland, M.D. (Josiah Gilbert), novelist and 
poet, bom at Belchertown, U.S., 1819- 

Arthur Bonnicastle, 1873. 
-' Bay Path (The), 1857. (His first novel.) 

Bitter Sweet (a dramatic poem), 1858. 

History of Western Massachusetts, 1855. 

Kathrina (a poem), 1868. 

Marble Prophecy (The), and other Poems, 1872. 

Mistress of the Manse (The), a novel, 1874. 

Nicholas Maturin, 1877. 

Seven Oaks, 187(5. 

Titcomb Papers (The), begun 1858. 
JIoLLiNGSHEAD (.John), London, 1827- 

jrasshopper (The) 1877. (An adaptation of 
" La Cigale.") 



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HOLMAN — HOOK. 



APPENDIX 



HOME — HOOK. 



Rubbing the Gilt off, 1860. 

Stories and Essays, 1874. 

To-day, 1864. 

Under Bow Bells, 1859. (From Household 

Words.) 
Underground Lonjdon, 1862. 
HOJLMAN (Lieutenant James), "The Blind 
Traveller," 1791-1857. 
Narrative of a Journey in 1819, 1820, 1821 ; 

published 1822. 
Travels through Russia, Siberia, etc., 1825. 
Voyage Round the World, 1834. 
Holme (Randle), herald, about 1629-1692. 

Academy of Armory, etc., 1688. 
Holmes, D.D. (AbLel), born at Cambridge, U.S., 
1763-1830. 
American Annals . . . from its First Dis- 
covery, 1805. (A very valuable work.) 
Holmes, D.D. (Nathaniel) ejected noncon- 
formist, Hebraist, 1610-1678. 
Resurrection Revealed (The), 1653. (A very 
learned work.) 
Holmes, M.D. (Oliver Wendell), poei, etc., born 
at Cambridge, Massachusetts, U.S., 1809- 
Autocrat of the Breakfast Table (prose), 1857. 
Q Elsie Venner (a romance of destiny), 186^. 

Guardian Angel (The), 1868. 
Mechanism in Thought and Morals, 1870. 
,1,). Poet at the Breakfast Table (The), 1872. 

'[i. Professor at the Breakfast Table. 
r»*'** ■ Report on Medical Literature, 1848. 

i.. Songs in Many Keys, 1864. 
I Soundings from the Atlantic, 1864. 

Holt (Emily Sarah). See Addenda. 
HoLWELL, M.D. (John Zephaniah), of Dublin, 
1711-1798. 
Dissertations on the Origin, Nature, and Pur- 
suits of Intelligent Boings, 1788. 
Historical Events relating to Bengal, etc., 

1765-71. 
Narrative of the . . . Deaths ... of those 
suffocated in the Black Hole of Calcutta, 
1758. 
India Tracts, 1774. 
HoLYDAT, D D. (Barton), jpoe«, 1593-1661. 
Shoemaker's Holiday (The), a comedy, 1600. 
Survey of the WorM (in 10 books), 1661. 
Technogamia, or the Marriage of the Arts (a 
comedy), 1630. 
HoLTOAKE (Francis), of Warwickshire, 1567- 
1653. 
Etymological Dictionary of Latin Words, 1606. 
(I'homas Holyoake published a Latin Dic- 
tionary, 1677.) 
Home (Daniel Douglas), spiritualist, 1833- 

Incidents of my Life, 1863. 
Home (Sir Everartl), of Edinburgh, 1756-1832. 
Lectures on Comparative Anatomy, 1814-23. 
Home (Henry) lord Kames, born at Kames, in 
Scotland, 1696-1782. 
Decisions of the Court of Session, 1741-80. 
•Elements of Criticism, 1762. (His chief work.) 
Essays on . . . Natural Religion, 1751. 

(Celebrated.) 
Essays upon Several Subjects concerning 

British Antiquities, 1747. 
Gentleman Farmer (The), 1776. 
Historical Law Tracts, 1758. 
Introduction to the Art of Thinking, 1761. 
l.,oo8e Thoughts on Education, 178L 
Principles of Equity, 1760. 



Principles of the Law of Scotland, 1754. 

Remarkable Decisions of the Court of Ses- 
sions, 1716-28. 

Sketches of the History of Man, 1774. 
(His Life, by lord Woodhouselee, 1807.) 
Home (James), 18th century. 

Scripture History of the Jews, etc., 1737. 
(Recommended by bishop Tomline.) 
Home (Rev. John), dramatist, bom at Leith, in 
Scotland, 1722-1808. 

History of the Rebellion . . . 1802. 
*^* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Mackenzie, 1822.) 
Hone (William), born at Bath, in Somersetshire, 
1779-1842. 

Ancient Mysteries, 1823. 

Apocryphal New Testament, 1820. 

Bullet Te Deum (The), 1817. 

Everyday Book, 1825-27. 

Facetias and Miscellanies, 1827. 

Memoirs of Sheridan, 1817. 

Political House that Jack built, 1816. 

Table-book, 1827-28. 

Year-book, 1832. 
Hood (Rev. Edwin Paxton), Independent 
minister, born at Westminster, 1820- 

Age and its Architects (The). 

Christmas Evans, the Preacher of Wild Wales 
1881. 

Day, the Book, and the Teacher (The), 1880. 
(A centenary memorial.) 

Genius and Industry. 

Lamps, Pitchers, and Trumpets. 

Life of Swedenborg. 

Mental and Moral Philosophy of Laughter. 

Romance of Biography (The). 

Self-formation. 

Thomas Carlyle, Philosophic Thinker, Theo- 
logian, Historian and Poet, 1881. 

"Vignettes of the Great Revival of the Eigh- 
teenth Century, 1881. 

World of Anecdote (The). 

World of Moral and Religious Anecdote, 1870. 
Hood (Thomas) poet and humorist, London, 
1798-1845. 

Comic Annual, 1829-39. 

Dream of Eugene Aram, 1845. 

Epping Hunt, 1829. 

Hood's Own, 1838-39. 

National Tales, 1827. 

Odes and Addresses to Great People, 1825. 
(With J. H. Reynolds.) 

Plea for the Midsummer Fairies, and other 
Poems, 1827. 

Poems : Eugene Aram's Dream ; Soug of the 
Shirt, 1843 ; Bridge of Sighs ; etc. 

Poems of Wit and Humour, 1847. 

Tylney Hall (a novel), 1834. 

Up the Rhine, 1840. 

Whims and Oddities, 1826-27. 

Whimsicalities, 1843-44. 
(His Life, by his son and daughter, 1860.) 
Hook, D.D. (James), dean of Worcester, 1763- 
1828. 

Anguis in Herba, 1802. 
Hook, R.A. (James Clarke), 1819- 

Breton Fishwives, 1864 ; Diamond Merchants, 
Cornwall, 1881; Finding the Body of Harold, 
1846 (gold medal); "King Baby," the 
White Sands of lona, 1880; Mussel Gar- 
dens, 1880 ; Luff, Boy ! (a marine picture). 



HOOK — HOPKINS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. hooker— hopkins. 



1227 



1$59; Past Work (a landscape), 1881; 
Times of the Persecution of the Reformers 
in Paris, 1854; The Trawlers (a marine 
picture), 1862 ; The Nearest Way to School, 
1881 ; Venetian Pictures (a series), 1849-54. 
Hook (Theodore Edward), novelist, London, 
1788-1841, 

Adventures of an Actor, 1842. 

All in the Wrong ( a novel), 1839. 

Births, Deaths, and Marriages, 1839. 

Cousin Geoffrey, the Old Bachlor, 1840. 

Fathers and Sons, 1841. 

Gilbert Gurney, 1835. (An autobiography 
worked into a novel.) 

Gurney Married (a novel), 1837. 

Jack Brag (a novel), 1837. 

Killing no Murder (a drama), 1811. 

Life of Sir David Baird, 1832. 

Love and Pride (a novel), 1833. 

Man of Sorrow (The), 1809. (His first novel.) 

Maxwell (a novel), 1830. 

Parson's Daughter (The), 1835. 

Pascal Bruno (a Sicilian story), 1837. 

Pen Owen, 1855. 

Percy Mallory, 1824. 

Perigrine Bunce, or Settled at Last, 1842. 

Peter and Paul (a drama), 1815. 

Precept and Practice, 1840. 

Reminiscences of Michael Kelly, 1826. 

Sayings and Doings, 1824, 1825, 1828. 

Soldier's Return (The), an operatic farce, 1805. 
(His Life, by R. H. D. Barham, 1848.) 
Hook, D.D. (Walter Farquhar), dean of Chiches- 
ter, born at Worcester, 1798-1875. 

Church Dictionary, 1835. 

Ecclesiastical Biography, 1845-52. 

Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 18^\- 
1875. (His chief work.) 

Sermons suggested by the Miracles of Christ, 
1847. 
(His Life, by the Rev. W. R. W. Stephens, 

his son-in-law, 1881.) 
HuoKE, D.D. (Luke Joseph), of Dublin, 1716- 
1796. 

Religioois Naturalls Revelatse et Catholicas 
Principia, 1754. 
HooKE (Nathaniel), historian, 1690-1763. 

Roman Histoiy, 1757-71. 
HooKEE (John), antiquary, bom at Exeter, 
1524-1601. 

Catalogue of the Bishops of Exeter, 1584. 

Order and Usage of Keeping the Parliaments 
in England, 1572. 
Hooker, M.D. (Joseph Dalton), botanist, born 
at Glasgow, 1816- 

Botany of Sir James Ross's Antarctic Voyage 
(in three parts) :— i. The Flora of New Zea- 
land, of Tasmania, of Lord Auckland's 
Islands; ii. Illustrations of Sikkim-Hima- 
layan Plants; iii. The Rhododendrons of 
Sikkim-Himalaya. 

Flora of British India (The), 1874. 

Himalayan Journal*, 1852. 

Student's Flora of the British Islands (The), 
1870. 
Hooker, D.D. (Richard,) bom at Heavytree.near 
Exeter, 1554-1600. 

Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, first four books, 
1594 ; fifth book, 1597 ; last two, posthu- 
mous 1604. 
(His Life, by Walton, 1665.) 



Hooker, F.R.S. (Sir William Jackson), botanitt, 

born at Norwich, 178&-1865. 
Botanical Miscellany, 1830-33. 
Botany of Captain Beechy's Voyages to the 

Pacific, 1831-41. (With Dr. W. Arnott.) 
British Ferns, 1862. 
British Flora (The), 1830. 
Century of Ferns, 1854. 
Century of Orchidaceous Plants (A), 1848. 
Exotic Flora, 1823-27. 
Flora Boreali-Americana, 1829-^0. 
Flora Scotica, 1821. 
Garden Ferns, 1862. 

Icones Filicum, 1829-31. (With Dr. Greville.) 
Icones Plantamm, 1837-60. 
Illustrations of the Genera of Ferns, 1838-42. 
Journal of Botany, 1834-42, 1842-51, 1849-55. 
Journal of a Tour in Iceland, 1811. (Hi8 

first.) 
Monograph of the British Jongermannise, 

1812-16. 
Musci Exotici, 1818-20. 

Muscologia Britannica, 1818. (With Taylor., 
Species Filicum, 1846-51. 
Victoria Kegia (The), 1851. 
HooLE (John), poet, born at Tenterden, in Kent, 

1727-1803. 
Cleonice (a tragedy), 1775. 
Cyras (a tragedy), 1768. 
Tymanthes (a tragedy), 1770. 
Translations in English verse of Ariosto's 

Orlando Furioso, 1773-83; Tasso's Jeru,- 

salem delivered, 1762. 
Hooper (John), bishop of Gloucester, born in 

Somersetshire, 1493-1555. (This is the 

Hooper who was burnt alive.) 
Answer unto my Lord of WyncLester's Booke, 

The Deuyls Sophistrie, 1547. 
Declaricion of Christe and of his Offyce (A), 

1547. 
Exposition of Psalms, 1562, 1580. 
Funerall Oratyon (A), 1549. 
Godley Annotations on " Romaynes Chapyter 

XIII.," 1551. 
Godley . . . Protestacion of the Christian Fayth, 

1550. 
Homelye in Tyme of Pestylence, 1553. 
Lesson of the Incarnation (A), 1549. 
Prophete Jonas (The), in seven sermons, 1550, 
Hooper, M.D. (William), *- 
Medical Dictionary, 1825. 
Morbid Anatomy of the Human Brain, 1826. 
Morbid Anatomy of the Human Uterus, 1832. 
Hope (Thomas), 1774-1831. 
Anastasius, 1819. (His master-work.) 
Costume of the Ancients, 1809. (Much es- 
teemed.) 
Designs of Modem Costumes, 1812. 
Origin and Prospects of Man, 1821. 
Hopkins, D.D. (Mark), born at Stockbridge, 

U.S., 1802- 
Law of Love, and Love as a Law (The), 1869. 
Lectures on Moral Philosophy, 1858. 
Lowell Lectures on the Evidences of Chris- 
tianity, 1846. 
Miscellaneous Essays, etc., 1847. 
Outline Study of Man (An), 1873. 
Strength and Beauty, 1874. 
Hopkins (Matthew) " The Witch-finder," about 

1610-1660. 
Discovery of Witches CThe), 1647. 



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HOPTON — HOWE. 



APPENDIX 



HOSMER — HOWE. 



IIOPTON (Arthur), "The Miracle of his age," 
mathematician, 1589-1614. 

Baculum Geodeticum, 1610. 

Concordancy of Yeares (A), 1615. 

Speculum Topographicura, 1611. 
HOKNs;, D.D. (George), bishop of Norwich, bora 
at Otham, in Kent, 1730-1792. 

CJomraentary on the Psalms, 1776. 

Letters on Infidelity, 1784. 
(His Life, by Jones of Nayland, 1795.) 
HOKNE (Richard Keugist), poet smd dramatist, 
London, 1803- 

Ballads and Romances, 1846. 

Cosmo de Medici (a drama), 1837. 

Death Fetch (The), 1839. 

Death of Marlowe (a dramaX 1838. 

Dreamer and Worker (The), 1851. 

Exposition of the . . . Barriers to Men of 
Genius, etc., 1838. 

Gregory VII. (a tragedy), 1840. 

Judas Iscariot (a miracle play), 1848. 

Laura Dibalzo, 1880. 

Life of Napoleon, 1841. 

New Spirit of the Age, 1844. 

Orion (an epic poem, price one farthing), 1843. 

Undeveloped Characters of Shakespeare, 1880. 
HoRNE, D.D. (Thomas Hartwell), London, 1780- 
1862. 

Bibliographical Notes on the "Book of 
Jasher," 1833. 

Deism refuted, 1826. 

Introduction to a Critical Study of the Holy 
Scriptures, 1818. (Unrivalled.) 

Life of Bishop Beverldge, 1824. 

Manual of Biblical Bibliography, 1839. 

Mariolatry, 1841. 

Protestant Memorial (A), 1850. 

Romanism Contradictory to Scripture, 1827. 

Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity, 1820. 
(His Life, by Cheyne.) 
Horner (Leonard), born at Edinburgh, 1785- 
1864. 

Memoirs and Correspondence of Francis 
Horner, 1843 . 

Translation of Villari's Life of Savonarola, 
1862. 
HoRSLET (Rev. John), antiquary, Scotland, 
1685-1731. 

Britannia Romana, 1732. (An admirable 
work.) 
HousLEY, R.A. (John Callcott), London, 1817- 

Chateau Gardens of Fontainebleau, 1881; The 
Father's Grave, 1843 ; Henry V". fitting on 
the Crown (a colossal painting), 1847 ; 
Leading-strings, 1880; Leaving the Ball, 
1841 ; Religion, 1845 (for the House of 
Lords) ; Rent-day at Haddon Hall (his first 
exhibit) ; St. Augustine preaching (a prize 
cartoon), 1844 ; Satan surprised at the Ear 
of Eve (Poets' Hall in the Palace of West- 
minster) ; Youth and Age, 1840 ; Winning 
Gloves, 1842. 
HoRSLEY (Samuel), bishop of St. Asaph, born 
in London, 1733-1806. 

Biblical Criticism, posthumous 1820. 

Theological Works, posthumous 1829. 

Tracts in Controversy with Dr. Priestley, 1783, 
1784, 1786. {The QiMvterly Review calls 
them "models of clear and powerful 
reasoning." Many consider them rude, 
unmannerly, and unseemly.) 



HosMER (Harriet), sculptor, bom at Watertown, 

U.S., 1831- 
Hesper, 1851. (Her first production.) 
Zenobia in Chains, 1859. (Her best.) 

*^* Besides these, Beatrice Cenci, Daphne, 
Medusa, QSnone, Puck, and several others. 
Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes, lord), 

poet, born at Great Houghton, in York- 
shire, 1809- 
Events of 1848 (especially in relation to Great 

Britain), 1849. 
Good Night and Good Morning, 1859. 
Life, etc., of Keats, 1848. 
Memorials of a Residence on the Continent, 

1838. 
Memorials of a Tour in Parts of Greece, 

1834. 
Memorials of Many Scenes, 1844. 
Monographs, Personal and Social, 1873. 
Palm Leaves, 1844. 

Poems, Legendary and Hi8torical,;1844. 
Poems of Many Years, 1838. 
Poetry for the People, 1840. 
Houghton (Thomas), 1630-1715. 
Ancient Laws, Customs, and Orders of the 

Miners in Mendipp Forest, 1687. 
Compleat Miner (The), 1688. 
Laws and Customs of the Miners in the 

Forest of Dean, 1687. 
HovEDEN (Roger de) chronicler, bom at Howden, 

in Yorkshire, 12th century. 
Annals, printed 1596 in a compilation called 

Rerum, Anglicarum Scriptores post Bedam. 
Howard (John), philanthropist, born at 

Hackney, near London, 1726-1790. 
Account of the Lazarettos in Europe, 1789. 
State of the Prisons in Great Britain, etc., 
1777. 

(His Life, by John Aikin, 1792; J. B. 
Brown, 1818 ; Thomas Taylor, 1836 ; W. H. 
Dixon, 1848 ; J. Field, 1850.) 
Howard (Henry), earl of Surrey, 1518-1547. 
Poems, posthumous 1557. 

(His Life, by Nott, 1815. 
Howard (Sir Robert), historian andpoei, 162&- 

1698. 
1 Historical Observations « upon the Reigns of 

Edward I., II., III., and Rich;ird U., their 

Favourites and Counsellors, 1689. 
History of Religion, 1694. 
Poems, 1660. 

*^* For his 10 dramas, see Appendix TIL 
Howe (Rev. John), "The Platonic Puritan," 

was bom at Loughborough, in Leicester- 
shire, 1630-1706. 
Blessedness of the Righteous, 1700. 
Calm . . . Inquiry concerning the . . . Trinity, 

1695. 
Carnality of Religious Contention, 1693. 
Living Temple of God (The), 1676-1702. (His 

great work.) 
Patience in Expectation, etc., 1705. 
Reconcilableness of God's Prescience of Sin 

with His Wisdom, etc., 1677. 
Redeemer's Dominion, etc. (The), 1699. 
Redeemer's Tears (The), 1688. 
Self-dedication, 1682. 
Thoughtfulness for the Morrow, 1681. 
Union among Protestants, 1683. 

(His Life, by Calamy, 1708 ; Hunt, 1833 1 
Rogers, 1836.) 



HOWEL — HUGHES. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



HOWITT — HUGHES. 



1229 



IIowKL(Rev. Lawrence), 1660-1720. 
Compleat History of the Bible, posthumous 

1729. 
Synopsis Canonum, etc., 1710-15. 
V'iew of the Pontiticate, etc., 1712. 
Howell (James), of Wales, 1596-1666. 
Ah! Hal Tumulus Thalamus (two poems), 

1653. 
Bella Scoto-Anglica, 1648. 
Discourses between Patricius and Peregrine, 

1643. 
Dodona's Grove, 1640. 

England's Teares for the Present Wars, 1644. 
Epistolaj Ho-Elianffi, 1645-55. 
Instructions for Forreine Travell, 1642. 
Lexicon Tetragloiton (English, French, 

Italian, and Spanish), 1660. 
Londinopolis, 1657. 

Lustra Ludovici (Life of Louis XIII.), 1646. 
Nuptials of Peleus and Thetis (a masque and 

comedy), 1651. 
Parley of Beasts, or Morphandra, Queen of 

the Enchanted Island, 1660. 
People of Scotland (The), 1649. (Scurrilous.) 
Poems on Divers Occasions, 1664. 
Precedency of Kings, 1664. 
Preheminence and Pedigree of Parliament 

(The), 1644. 
Vision (The), a Dialogue between Soule and 

Bodie, 1651. 
Howell (Lawrence). See Howel. 
Howell (Thomas), poet, 16th century. 
Arbor of Amitie (poems and posies), 1568. 
Delightful Discourses, etc., 1580. 
Devises for [my] own Exercise, and Friends' 

Pleasure, 1581. 
Fable of Narcissus (in English metre), 1560. 
Howell, LL.D. (William), historian, 1630-1683. 
History from the Beginning of the World to 

the Conquest, 1662-80. (Praised by Gibbon.) 
Medulla Historic Anglicanae, continued after 

his death, 1712. (An excellent epitome.) 
Howells (William Dean), born at Martinville, 

U.S., 1837- 
Chance Acquaintance (A), 1873. 
Counterfeit Presentment (a comedy), 1876. 
Foregone Conclusions, 1874. 
Italian Journeys, 1867. 
Life of R. B. Hayes, 1877. 
No Love Lost, 1868. 
Poems, 1860, 1875. 
Suburban Sketches, 1870. 
Their Wedding Journey, 1872. 
Venetian Life, 1866. 
Howes (Rev. Thomas), of Norwich, (filled 'i^The 

Learned" by Dr. Parr, 18th century. 
Critical Observations on Books, Ancient and 

Modern, 1776. 
Howie (John), biographer, of Scotland, about 

1730-1790. 
Biographia Scoticana, 1781. 
HowiTT (Samuel), engraver, *-*. 
British Sportsman (The), 1812. 
Field Sports, 1807. 
Foreign Field Sports, 1814. 
New Work of Animals for JUsop, Gay, and 

Phcedrus, 1811. 
HowiTT (William), born at Heanor, in Derby- 
shire, 1795-1879. 
Aristocracy of England (The), 1846. 
Colonization and Christianity, 1837. 



Book of the Seasons (The), 1831. 

Boy's Adventures in the Wilds of Australia, 

1853. 
Boys' Country Book (The), 1839. 
Hall and Hamlet (The), 1847. 
Haunts and Homes of the British Poets, 1847. 
History of Priestcraft, 1833. 
History of the Supernatural, 1863. 
lllustraterl History of England (called " Cas- 

sell's History of England "), 1854-61. 
Land, Labour, and Gold, 1855. 
Mad War Planet (The), and other Poems, 

1871. 
Madame Dorrington of the Dene (a novel), 

1851. 
Man of the People (The), 1860. 
Ruined Castles and Abbeys of England, 1861. 
Rural and Domestic Life of Germany, 1842. 
Rural Life of England, 1837. 
Student Life in Germany, 1841. 
Talangetta, or the Squatter's Home, 1857. 
Tales of the Pantika, 1836. 
Visits to Remarkable Places, 1840. 
Year-book of the Country, 1849. 
HowiTT (Mrs.), maiden name Mary Botham, of 

Uttoxeter, in Staffordshire, 1800- 
Ballads and other Poems, 1847. 
Coast of Caergwyn, 1864. 
Dial of Love (The). 
Heir of West Wayland (a novel). 
Improvisators (The), 1857. (Andersen's 

novel.) 
Seven Temptations (The), 1830. 
Sketches of Natural History in Verse. 
Stories of Stapleford, 1863. 
Wood Leighton (a novel), 1835. 

With William Howitt, her husband. 
Desolation of Eyam, 1827. 
Forest Minstrel (The), 1823. 
History of Scandinavian Literature, 1852. 
Literature and Romance of Northern Europe. 
Hubert (Sir Francis), poet, I7th century. 
Egypt's Favourite (a poem), 1631. 
History of Edward U., etc. (an epic poem), 

1629. (Not without merit both in plan and 

execution.) 
Huddesford (Rev. George), burlesque poet, 

about 1760-1810. 
Bubble and Squeak (a poem), 1801. 
Champignons du Diable (La), a mock herole 

poem, 1805. 
Salmagundi (an olio of original poetry), 1791. 
Topsy-turvy, with Anecdotes, 1793. 
Wiccamical Chaplet (The), original poetry, 

1804. 
Hcdson, D.D. (John), philologist, bom in Cum- 
berland, 1662-1719. 
Introductio ad Chronographiam, 1691. 
Hudson (William), botanist, of Westmoreland, 

1730-1793. 
Flora Anglica, 1762. 
Hughes (John), poe<, 1677-1720. 
Ode on the Peace of Ryswick (An), 1697. 
Siege of Damascus (The), a tragedy, 1720. 
Hughes (Thomas), burn at UfBngton, iu Berka 

shire, 1823- 
Alfred the Great, 1869. 
Manliness of Christ (The), 1879. 
Memoirs of a Brother, 1873. 
Our Old Church, 1878. 
Scouring the White Horse, 1858, 



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HULL — HUNT. 



APPENDIX I. 



HUMPH RY — H CXT. 



Tom Brown's School-days, 1856. (His best 

prodaction.) 
Tom Brown at Oxford, 1861. 
HcLL (Edward), geologist, born at Antrim, in 
Ireland, 1820- 
Geological Survey of the United Kingdom, 
1860-62. 

History, Structure, and Resources of the Coal- 
fields of Great Britain, 1870. 
On the Geology of the Leicestershire Coal-field, 
1860 ; Country round Cheltenham, 1857 ; 
Country roimd Oldham and Manchester, 
1863. 

On the Triassic and Permian Rocks of the 
Midland Counties of England, 1869. 

Physical Geology and Geography of Ireland, 
1878. 
Hume, LL.D. (Rev. Abraham), of Scotland, 
1815- 

Geographical Terms as an Addition to the 
Language, 1859. 

Learned Societies and Printing Clubs of the 
United Kingdom, 1847. 

Philosophy of Geographical Names, 1851. 

Sir Hugh of Lincoln (the tradition investi- 
gated), 1849. 
Hume (Alexander), poet, born in Edinburgh, 
1569-1640. 

Flyting betwixt Montgomery and Polwart, 
1629. 

Hymnes, 1599. 

Triumphs of Love, Chastitie, and Death, post- 
humous 1644. 

Prose. 

Catholick Meaning of the Words, " This is my 
Body," 1602. 

Eiemeuta Grammatica, 1612. 

Ilejoynder to Dr. A. Hill concerning the De- 
scence into Hell, 1593. 

Treatise of Conscience, quhairin Divers Se- 
creats are discouered, 1594. 
Hume (David), historian and philosopher, Edin- 
burgh, 1711-1776. 

Dialogues concerning Natural Religion, 1779. 

Essays, 1741-52. (His essay On Miracles is 
the most noted.) 

History of England, 1754-61. 

History of the Stuarts, 1764. 

Inquiry concerning Human Understanding, 
1748. 

Inquiry into the Principles of Morals, 1751. 

Natural History of Religion ; of the Passions; 
of Tragedy ; of the Standard of Taste, 1757. 

Political Discourses, 1752. 

Treatise of Human Nature, 1739. 
(His Life, by himself, 1777; Pratt, 1777; 

David Dalrymple, 1787 ; Adam Smith, 1789 ; 

T. E. Ritchie, 1807 ; J. H. Burton, 1847.) 
Hume (David), Scotland, 1756-1838. 

Commentaries on the Law of Scotland Rela- 
tive to the . . . Punishment of Crimes, 1797. 
Humphrey, D.D. (Lawrence), born at Newport- 
Pagnell, in Buckinghamshire, 1527-1590. 

Jesuitism (in two parts), Latin, 1852-54. 

Life of Bishop Jewell (Joannis Juelli . . . 
vita), 1573. 

Nobles (The), in three books, 1563. 

Oratio ad Reginam Elizabetham, 1575. 

(7) Sermons against Treason, 15*.3. 
HuMPHKETS (Henry Noel), born iH Birming- 
ham 1810-187a 



Ancient Coins and Medals, 1850 
Art of Illumination (The), 1849. 
British Butterflies and their Transformations, 

1840. 
British Moths and their Transformations, 

1844. 
Butterfly Vivarium (The), 1P58. 
Coinage of the British Empire (The), 1854. 
Collector's Manual (The), 1853. 
Goethe in Strasburg (a dramatic novelette), 

1860. 
History of the Art of Printing, 1867. 
Holbein and his " Dance of Death," 1868. 
Masterpieces of the Early Painters and En- 
gravers, 1870. 
Ocean Gardens, 1857. 
Rembrandt and his Etchings, 1871. 
Stories by an Archajologist and his Friends, 
1856. 
Humphry (Rev. William Gilson), 1815- 
Doctrine of a Future State (The), 1S49. (A 

Hulsean Lecture.) 
Early Progress of the Gospel (The), 1850. 

(A Hulsean Lecture.) 
Historical . . . Treatise of the Book of Com- 
mon Prayer, 1853. 
Miracles (The), 1857. (A Boyle Lecture.) 
Hunt, Ph.D. (James), anthropologist, born at 
Swanage, in Dorsetshire, 1833-1869. 
Philosophy of Voice and Speech, 1859. 
Stammering and Stuttering, 1861. 
Hunt (James Henry Leigh), poet and essayist, 
London, 1784-1859. (Imprisoned two years 
for calling George IV. "a fat Adonis of 
fifty.") 
Autobiography and Reminiscences, 1850. 
Amyntas (a tale of the woods), 1820. 
Bacchus in Tuscany, 1816. 
Book for a Corner (A), 1849. 
Captain Sword and Captain Pen (a poem), 

1835. 
Christianism, 1846. 
Companion (The), a sequel to the Indicator, 

1828. 
Descent of Liberty (a masque), 1815. 
Feast of the Poets, and other Pieces in Verse, 

1814. 
Foliage (poems), 1818. 
Hero and Leander, 1816. 
Imagination and Fancy, 1844. 
Indicator (The), a periodical, 1819-21. 
Jar of Honey from Mount Hybla (A), 1847. 
Legend of Florence (A), a play, 1840. 
Liberal (The), verse and prose, 1822. 
Men, Women, and Books, 1847. 
Old Court Suburbs (The), t.e. Kensington, 

topographical, etc., 1855. 
One Hundred Romances of Real Life, 1843. 
Palfrey (The), 1842. (A love story of olden 

times, in verse, well told.) 
Reading for Railways, 1850. 
Recollections of Lord Byron and his Contem- 
poraries, 1828. 
Religion of the Heart (The), 1853. 
Seer (The), 1840-41. 
Sir Ralph Esher (a novel in the time of 

Charles II.), 1832. 
Stories In Verse, 1855. 
Stories from the Italian Poets, 1846. 
Story of Rimini (in poetry), 1816. (An ez« 
cellent narrative, composed in prison.) 



HUNT — HUTCHINSOX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, hunter— hutchinsox. 1231 



Table Talk, 1S50. 

Town TThe), a description of London, with its 
noted characters, 1848, 

Ultra-Crepidarius (a satire on W. Gifford), 
1819. 

Wit and Humour, 1846. 
Hunt (Robert), born at Devonport, 1807- 

Elementary Physics, 1851. 

Manual of Photography, 1842. 

Panthea, or the Spirit of Nature, 1849. 

Poetry of Science, 1845. 

Popular Romances of the "West of England, 
1881. 

Researches on Light, 1844. 

Treatise on Physics. 
Hunt, D.D. (Thomas), orientalist, 1696-1774. 

De Antiquitate, Elegantia, et Utilitate Lin- 
guae Araljicie, 1739. 

De Usu Dialectorum Orientalium, 1748. 

On the Book of Proverbs, posthumous 1775. 
Hunt (William Holman), pre-Raphaelite 
painter, London, 1827- 

The Awakening Conscience, 1854; Claudio 
and Isabella, 1853; Converted British 
Family sheltering a Christian Missionary 
from the Druids, 1850 ; Dr. Rochecliffe per- 
forming Divine Service in the Cottage of 
Joceline Joliffe, 1847; Festival of St. 
S within, 1860 ; Finding of the Saviour in 
the Temple, 1860 (no modern picture has 
excited so much notice. It was his first 
pre-Raphaelite picture); Flight of Made- 
leine and Porphyro, 1848 ; Hark ! 1827 (his 
firstexhibit); The Hireling Shepherd, 1852; 
The Light of the World, 1854 (celebrated) ; 
' Our English Coasts (Hastings), 1853 ; Rienzi 
vowing Vengeance, etc., 1849 ; The Scape- 
goat, 1856 (one of his best) ; The Shadow of 
Death, 1873 (his largest picture) ; Valentine 
receiving Sylvia from Proteus, 1851. 
Hunter, D.D. (Henry), of Perthshire, in Scot- 
land, 1741-1802. 

History of London and its Environs (in parts), 
part i. 1776. 

Sacred Biography, 1783-94. (Much esteemed.) 
Hunter (John), physiologist and surgeon, born 
at Long Calderwood, near Glasgow, 1728- 
1793. 

Natural History of the Human Teeth, part i. 
1771, part it. 1778. 

Observations on Certain Parts of Animal 
Economy, 1786. 

Treatise on the Blood, Inflammation, and 
Gunshot Wounds, posthumous 1794. 

Treatise on the Venereal Disease, 1786. 
(Mrs. John Hunter wrote the popular song, 

" My Mother bids me bind my Hair.") 
(His Life, by Everard Home, 1794 ; Jesse 

Foot, 1794; Joseph Adams, 1816; Drewry 

Otley, 1836.) 
Hunter (Rev. Joseph), antiquary, 1783-1861. 

Agincourt, 1850. 

Connection of Bath with Literature, etc., 1827. 

Gens Sylvestrina, 1846. 

Golden Sentences, 1820. 

Hallamshire, 1816. (A first-class antiquarian 
history.) 

Hallamshire Glossary, 1829. 

Life of Oliver Heywood, 1842. 

Robin Hood, his Period and Character, 1852. 

South Yorkshire, 1828-31. 



Hunter, M.D. (William), born at Long Calder- 
wood, near Glasgow, 1718-1783. 

Anatomia Uteri Humani Gravidi, 1774, (A 
superb work.) 

Medical Commentaries, with Supplement* 
1762-64. 
(His Life, by Simmons, 1783.) 
Hunter, M.D. (William), orientalist, bom ak 
Montrose, in Scotland, 1760-1815. 

Concise Account of Pegu, 1784. 

Hindostanee-English Dictionary, 18('€ 
Huntingford (George Isaac), bishop cf Here- 
ford, 1748-1832. 

(24) Discourses, 1795-97. 

Introduction to the Writing of GreeK, 1782. 
(Incomparable.) 

Metrica qusedam Monostrophica. 1781 ; Apo- 
logy for the Monostrophics, 1784. 

Thoughts on the Trinity (enlarged), 1832. 
Huntingdon, D.D. (Frederic Daniel), bishop of 
the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Central 
New York, born at Hadley, U.S., 1819- 

Christian Living and Believing (sermons), 
1860. 

Helps to a Holy Lent, 1872. 

Helps to a Living Faith, 1873. 

Lessons on the Parables, 1865. 

Sermons for the People, 1856. 
Huntington (Rev. William), " S.S.," born near 
Cranbrook, in Dorsetshire, 1744-1813. 

Bank of Faith (The). 
Hunton (Rev. Philip), nonconformist, *-1682. 

Treatise of Monarchy, 1643-44. (The best 
ever written.) 
HuRD, D.D. (Richard), bishop of Worcester, 
born at Congreve, in Stafi'ordshire, 1720- 
1808. 

Commentary on the Ars Poetica of Horace, 
1749. 

Dialogues, 1759. 

Introduction to the Study of the Prophecies, 
1772. 

Letters on Chivalry and Romance, 1762. 

Life of Warburton, 1795. 

(His Life, by himself ; Kilvert.) 
HuRDis, D.D. (James), poet, born at Bishop- 
stono, in Sussex, 1763-1801. 

Favourite Village (The), a poem, 1800. 

Sir Thomas More (a tragedy), 1792. 

Village Curate (The), a poem. 1788. 
HuTCHESON, LL.D. (Francis), metaphysician 
" Father of the Scotch School," born in 
Ireland, 1694-1747. 

Inquiry into the Original of our Ideas of 
Beauty and Virtue, 1720. 

Nature and Conduct of the Passions, etc., 1728. 

Philosophiaa Moralis Institutio, 1742. 

Reflections on Laughter, posthumous 1750. 

System of Moral Philosophy, posthumous 
1755, (His largest and chief work.) 
(His life, by Leechman, 1755.) 
HuTCHiNS (Rev. John), topographical anti- 
quary, bom at Bradford-Peverel, 1698- 
1773. 

History and Antiquities of the County of 
Dorset, 1774. 
Hutchinson (Benjamin), 1729-1810. 

Biographica Medica, 1799. 
Hutchinson (Francis), bishop of I^own and 
Connor, 1670-1729. 

Historical Essay on Witchcraft, 17i8. (C-ca- 



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HUTTON — INGELOW. 



tains tables of the persons burnt for " witch- 
craft.") 
Life of Archbishop Tillotson, 1718. 
Hutchinson (I^pv. John), natural philosopher, 
born at Spennithome, in Yorkshire, 1674 
1737. 
Confusion of Tongues, 1731. 
Moses's Principia, 1724-27. (In defence of 
Gen. i., and an attaclc on Newton's Theory 
of Gravitation.) 
Moses sine Principio, 1729. 
AVorks, including Hutchinsoniasm, posthu- 
mous 1748. 
Hutchinson (Mrs.), maiden name Lucy Apsley, 
born in the Tower, 1620-1664. 
Life of Colonel Hutchinson, posthumous 1806. 
(Interesting.) 
(Her Life, by herself, 1806.) 
Hutchinson (Thomas), born at Boston, U.S., 
1711-1780. 
Collection of Original Papers relative to the 
History of the Colony of Massachusetts, 
1769. 
History of the Colony of Massachusetts, 1760- 
1767. 
Hutchinson, M.D. (Thomas Joseph), born at 
Stonyford, in Ireland, 1820- 
Buenos Ayres and Argentine Gleanings, 1865. 
Impressions of Western Africa, 1858. 
Narrative of Niger Tshadda Binue Explora- 
tion, 1855. 
Parana and South America Ilecollections,1868. 
Ten Years' Wanderings among the Ethio- 
pians, 1861. 
Two Years in Peru, 1874. 
Hutchinson (William), topographical anti- 
quary, 1732-1814. 
History and Antiquities of . . . Durham, 1785- 

1794. 
History of Cumberland, 1794-98. 
View of Northumberland, 1778-80. 
Hutton, LL.D. (Charles), mathematician, born 
at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 1737-1823. 
Abridgment of the Philosophical Transac- 
tions, 1809. 
Course of Mathematics, 1798-1801. (With 

Pearson and Shaw.) 
Mathematical and Philosophical Dictionary, 

1795. 
Mathematical Recreations (4 vols.), 1803. 

(His most popular production.) 
Mathematical Tables, 1785. 
Principles of Bridges . . . and the Laws of 

Arches, 1772. 
Tables of Products and the Powers of Num- 
bers, 1781. 
Tracts, Mathematical and Philosophical, 1786, 

1812. 
Treatise on Arithmetic and Book-keeping, 

1764. 
Treatise on Mensuration, 1771, 
(His Life, by Dr. Olinthus Gregory, 1824.) 
Hutton, M.D. (James), natural philosopher, 
born at Edinburgh, 1726-1797. 
Dissertation on Natural Philosophy, 1792. 
Investigation of the Principles of Knowledge, 

1794. 
Theory of the Earth, 1796. (Advocating the 
Plutonian System, or central heat, opposed 
by Werner, who advocated the Neptunian 
System, or aqueous agency.) 



Hutton (William), born at Derby, 1723-181.'}. 

Autobii'graphy, 1816. 

Court of Requests, 1734. 

History of IJirmingham, 1781. 

History of Derby, 1790. 

Roman Wall (The), 1861. 
Huxham, M.D. (John), born at Halberton, in 
Devonshire, 1694-1768. 

Antimony, 1756. 

Essay on Fevers, 1739. 

Observutiones de Acre et Morbis Epidemicia, 
1739-71. 

Ulcerous Sore Throat, 1750. 
Huxley, LL.D. (Thomas Henry), naturalist, 
born at Ealing, in Middlesex, 1825- 

American Addresses, with a Lecture on Bio- 
logy, 1877. 

Critiques and Addresses, 1873. 

Elementary Biology, 1875. 

Hume, 1879. 

Introduction to the Classification of Animals, 
1869. 

Lay Sermons, etc., 1870. 

Lectures on Comparative Anatomy, 1864. 

Lessons in Elementary Physiology, 1866. 

Man's Place in Nature, 1863. 

Manual of the Anatomy of Vertebrated Ani- 
mals, 1871. 

Observations on the Glaciers, 1857. (With 
Dr. Tyndall.) 

Oceanic 'Hydrozoa, 1859. (His great work.) 

On the Theory of the Vertebrate Skull, 1858. 
(A Croonian Lecture.) 

Physiology, etc., 1877. 
Hyde, D.D. (Thomas), orientalist, born at Bil- 
lingsley, in Yorkshire, 1636-1703. 

De Ludis Orientalibus, 1694. 

Tabulae Stellarum Fixarum, etc., 1665. 

Veterum Persarum et Mugorum Religionis 
Historia, 1700. (His chief Work.) 
Hyde. See Clarendon. 

Imlat (G.), *-*. 

Adventures of Colonel David Boone, 1792. 

Topographical Dictionary of the Western Ter- 
ritory of North America, 1793. 
Inchbald (Mrs.), maiden name Elizabeth Simp- 
son, dramatist and novelist, born near 
Bury St. Edmunds, in Suffolk, 1753-1821. 

Nature and Art (a novel), 1796. 

Simple Story (a novel), 1791. 
*^* For her plays, see Appendix III. 
(Her Life, by J. Boaden, 1832.) 
Ingelow (Jean), poetess and novelist, born at 
Boston, 1830- 

Allerton and Dreux (a novel), 1851. 

Deborah's Book, etc., 1867. 

Don John (a tale), 1881. 

Fated to be Free, 1875. 

Golden Opportunity (The), 1867. 

Grandmother's Shoe (The), 1867. 

Life of John Smith, 1867. 

Little Wonder-horn (The), 1872. 

Minnows with Silver Tails, 1867. 

Moorish Gold, and the One-eyed Servant; 1867. 

Mopsa the Fairy, 1869. 

Off the Skelligs (a novel), 1873. 

Poems, 1863, 1867, 1880. 

Rhyming Chronicle of Incidents and Feelingi, 
1850. 

Round of Days (The), 1861. 



INGERSOLL — IVIMEY. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



IRONS — IVIMEY. 



1233 



Sarah de Berenger (a novel), 1S79. 
Sister's Bye-hours (A), 1868. 
Stories told to a Child, 1865. 
Story of Doom, and other Poems, 1867. 
Studies for Stories, 1872. 
Suspicious Jackdaw (The), 1867. 
Tales of Orris, 1860. 
Two Ways of telling a Story, ISti?. 
Wild Duck Shooter (The), etc., 1867. 
Ingeksoll (Charles Jared), born at PhilaJcl- 

phia, U.S., 1782-1862. 
Chismara, 1800. 
Julian, 1831. 
Historical Sltetch of the Second War between 

the United States and Great Britain, 1845. 
History of the Territorial Acquisitions of the 

United States, 1852. 
I:;glebt, LL.D. (Clement Mansfield), metaphy- 
sician, etc., born at Edgbaston, in Warwick- 
shire, 1823- 
Introduction to Metaphysics, 1869. 
Outlines of Theorei ical Logic, 1856. 
llevival of Philosophy at Cambridge, 1870 
Shakspere Controversy (The), 1861. 
Shakspere Fabrications (The), 1859. 
Shakspere Hermeneutics, 1875. 
Shakspere, the Man and the Book, 1877. 
StiU Lion (The), 1867, 1874. 
Theoretical Logic, 1856. 
Was T. Lodge an Actor .? 1867. 
IxGOLDSBY (Thomas). See Barham, R. H. 
Ingram (John H.), London, 1849- 
Flora Symbolica, 1868. 
Memoirs of [Edgar] Poe, 1874, 1877. 
Ingulphus, abbot of Croyland, chronicler, 1030- 

1109. 
Ingulphi Croylandensis Historia, edited by 

Gale and Fell, 1684. 
Inxes (Thomas), antiquary, bom at Drumgask, 

in Scotland, 1662-1744. 
Civil and Ecclesiastical History of Scotland 

(incomplete), published 1853. 
Critical Essay on the Ancient Inhabitants of 

Scotland, 1729. (A work of great merit.) 
Ireland (John), 1720-1808. 

Graphic Illustrations of Hogarth, 1794-99. 

Life and Letters of John Henderson, 1786. 

Ireland, D.D. (John), dean of Westminster, 

born at Ashburton, 1761-1842. 
Nuptiae Sacrae, 1821. 

Paganism and Christianity compared, 1809. 
Vindicia Regiae, 1797. 
Ireland (Samuel), noielist, London, 1750-1800. 
Picturesque Tour through Holland, 1790. 
Picturesque Views of the Medway, 1793. 
Picturesque Views of the River Thames, 1792. 
Picturesque Views of the River Wye, 1797. 
Picturesque Views on the Upper Avon, 1795. 
Ireland (William Henry), literary forger, son 

of the above, 1777-1835. 
Authentic Account of the Shakesperian MSS., 

1796. 
Catholic (The), a romance, 1807. 
Chalcographimania (a satirical poem), 1814, 
Confessions relative to the Shiakespeare Papers, 

1805. 
Gandez, the Monk (a romance), 1804. 
Henry II. (an historical drama), 1799. 
Miscellaneous Papers under the Hand and Seal 

of W. Shakespeare, including the Tragedy of 

King Lear, eic, 1796. 



Modem " Ship of Fools " (The), a poem, 1807. 

Mutins Scawola (an historic drama), 1801. 

Vortigern (an historical play . . . attributed 
by him to Shakespeare), 1796 ; printed 1832. 

Woman of Feeling (The), a novel, 1803. 
Irons, D.D. (William Josiah), 1812- 

Athanasius contra Mundum, 1872. 

Apostolical Succession, 1837. 

Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction (On), 1847. 

Holy Catholic Church (The), 1838. 

Indifference (On), 1871. 
Irvimg, LL.D. (David), biographer, sibout 1770- 
1820. 

Elements of English Composition, 1801. 

Lives of Scottish Authors, 1801. 

Lives of the Scottish Poets, 1810 

Memoirs of George Buchanan, 1807. 

Memorial of Anne Margaret Anderson, 1815. 
Irving (Rev. Edward), born at Annan, in Scot- 
land, 1792-1834. 

Babylon and Infidelity foredoomed of God, 
1826. 

Church and State, 1829. 

Exposition of the Book of Revelation, 1831. 

Homilies on the Sacraments, 1828. 

Judgment to Come, 1823. 

Last Days (The), 1828. 

Lectures on Bap i ism, 1828. 

Missionary Sermon, 1824. 

Orations for the Oracles of God, 1823. 

Sermons on the Trinity, 1828. 
(His Life, by W. Wilks, 1854; Mrs. Oli- 

phant, 1862.) 
Irving, LL.D. (Theodore), United States, 1810- 

Conquest of Florida, 1835. 

Fountain of Living Waters (The), 1849. 

More than Conqueror, 1873. 

Tiny Footfall, 1869. 
Irving, LL.D. (Washington), born at New York, 
U.S. 1783-1859. 

Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, 1835. 

Adventures of Captain Bonneville, 1837. 

Astoria, 1836. 

Bracebridge Hall, 1822. 

Companions of Columbus (The), 1831. 

Conquest of Florida, 1838. 

Conquest of Granada, 1829. 

Crayon Miscellany, 1835. 

History of New York, by Diedrick Knicker- 
bocker, 1809. (A burlesque chronicle.) 

Legends of the Conquest of Spain, 1835. 

Life and Voyages of Columbus, 1828. 

Life of Margaret Davidson, 1841. 

Life of Oliver Goldsmith, 1849. 

Life of Washington, 1855-59. (His great 
work, in 15 vols.) 

Mahomet and his Successors, 1849-50. 

Salmagundi, 1807-8. 

Sketch-book (The), 1820. (This was refused 
by Murray and Constable.) 

Tales of the Alhambra, 1832. 

Tales of a Traveller, 1824. 

Tour on the Prairies, 1835. 

Voyages of the Companions of Columbus, 1831. 

Wolfert's Roost (storias contributed to the 
Knickerbocker Magazine), 1839-40. 
Ivtmet (Joseph), *-*. 

History of the English Baptists, 1811-23. 
(Much esteemed.) 

Lite of John Bunyan, 1809. 

Life of Milton, 1833. 

4K 



l:>34 



JACK— JAMKS. 



APPENDIX 



Jack (Richard), mathematician, 1706-1760. 
Existence of God Geometrically Demonstrated, 

1747. (A curious and excellent treatise.) 
Jackson (Artliur), an ejected nonconformist, 

1593-1666. 
Annotations upon the Historical Part of the 

Old Testament, 1643-46. (Excellent.) 
Annotations upoft Isaiah, posthumous 1682. 
Annotations on Job, the Psalms, etc., 1658. 
Jackson (James Grey), about 1761-1830. 
Account of the Empire of Marocco, etc., 

1809. (Valuable and interesting.) 
Account of Timbuctoo and Housa, 1820. 
Jackson (Rev. John), chronologist, Yorkshire, 

1686-1763. 
Chronological Antiquities, 1752. (Highly re- 
commended by bishop Watson.) 
Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity, 1714. 

(His Life, by Dr. Sutton, 1764.) 
Jackson, D.D. (Thomas), born at Durham, 

1579-1640. 
Works, posthumous 1673. (His great work is 
" On the Crted.") 

(His Life, by E. Vaughan, 1673 ; J. H. Todd, 
1838.) 
Jacob (Giles), biographer, 1686-1744. 
Lives, etc., of all the English Dramatic Poets, 
1719-20. 

%* His Law Dictionary was greatly en- 
larged and improved by J. E. Tomlins, 1820. 

(Giles Jacob figures in the Dunciad as "the 
scourge of grammar.") 
Jacob (Rev. Henry), Independent minister, 

1561-1626. 
Institution of Christ's . . . Visible Church, 

1610. 
Reasons ... for reforming our Churches of 

England, 1604. 
Sufferings and Victories of Christ, 1598, 
Survey of Christ's Sufferings, etc., 1604, 
J AMES I., of Scotland, poet, 1394-1437. 
Christis Kirk of the Grene (a poem of 23 

stanzas), printed 1783. 
King's Quair (The), a poem in six cantos, in 

which he celebrates his lady-love, lady Jane 

Beaufort, printed in 1783. 
Peebles at the Play (a humorous poem on the 

festival called " Bettane Day," held at 

Peebles), printed 1783. 
James I., king of England, born in Edinburgh 

Castle, 1566-1625. (Called by Sully "the 

wisest fool in Christendom.") 
Anagrammata, 1613. 
Apothegmes, or Table Talk, posthumous 

1643. 
Basilikon Doron (in three books), 1599. 
Counterblaste to Tobacco, 1604. 
DiBmonologie (in three books), 1599. 
Discourse of the (xowrie Conspiracie, 1600. 
Essayes of a Prentise in the Divine Art of 

Poesie, 1584. 
Lepanto, or Horoicall Song, 1603. 
Plains and Facill Expositioun of Chap. xx. 

Revelatioun, 15S9. 
Poetical Exercises, 1591. 
Premonition to all Most Mighty Monarchies, 

1608. 
Prince's Looking-glass (A), 1603. 
Prose Works. 1616. 

Remonstrance for the Right of Kings, 1615. 
TripUci ^odo Triplex Cuneus, 160j. 



True Law of Free Monarchies (The), 1698. 

(His Life, by Arthur Wilson, 1653 ; W. 
Sanderson, 1656; William Harris, 1753; 
Laing, 1804; Thomas Thomson, 1825.) 
James (George Payne Rainsford), novelist and 

biographer, London, 1801-1860. 
Agincourt (an historical romance), 1844. 
Agnes Sorrel (a novel), 1853. 
Arabella Stuart (a romance), 1844, 
Arrah Neil, or Times of Old, 1845. 
Attila (an historical romance), 1837. 
Beauchamp, or the Error (a novel), 1848, 
Blanche of Navarre (a play), 1839. 
Brigand (The), a romance, 1841. 
Cameralzaman (a fairy drama), 1848. 
Castelneau (a tale), 1841. 
Castle of Ehrenstein (The), a novel, 1 S47. 
Charles Tyrel (a novelX 1839, 
Convict (The), a tale, 1847. 
Darnley (a novel), 1830. 
Delaware, or Thirty Years Since, 1843. 
De L'Orme (a novel), 1830. 
De Lunatico Inquirendo, 1842. 
Desultory Man (The), 1836. 
Eva St. Clare, and other Tales, 1843. 
False Heir (The), a novel, 1843. 
Fate (a novel), 1851. 
Fight of the Fiddlers (The), lb48. 
Forest Days, 1843. 
Forgery, or Best Intentions, 1848. 
Gentleman of the Old School (The), 183£ 
Gowrie, or the King's Plot, 1847. 
Heidelberg (a romance), 1846. 
Henry Masterton (a novel), 1832. 
Henry of Guise (a novel), 1839. 
Henry Smeaton, 1850. 
Huguenot (The), a novel, 1839. 
Jacquerie (The), an historical romance, 1841. 
John Jones's Tales from English History, 

1849. 
John Marston Hall, 1834. 
King's Highway (The), 1840. 
Last of the Fairies (The), a tale, 1847. 
Lord Montagu's Page, 1858. (His last novel.) 
Man at Arms (The), a romance, 1840. 
Margaret Graham, 1847. 
Mary of Burgundy (an historical novel), 1833. 
Morley Ernstein (a novel), 1842. 
Old Dominion, or the Southampton Massacre, 

1856. 
One in a Thousand (Henri IV.), 1835. 
Pequinillo, 1852. 

Philip Augustus (an historical novel), 1831. 
Prince Life, 1855. 
Revenge, 1851. 

Richelieu (an historical novel), 1828. 
Robber (The), a tale, 1838. 
Rose d'Albret (a romance), 1840. 
Russell, a tale (time, Charles II.), 1847. 
Sir Theodore Broughton, 1847. 
Smuggler (The), a novel, 1845. 
Stepmother (The), a novel, 1846. 
Story without a Name (A), 1852. 
String of Pearls (seven Eastern tales), 1849. 
Ticonderaga, or the Black Eagle, 1854. 
Whim (The"*, and its Consequences, 1847. 
Woodman (The), a novel, 1849. 

Poems, Biographies, etc. 
Adra, or the Peruvians (a poem.) 
City of the Silent (The), a poem. 
Book of the Passions (the), 183J>. 



JAMES — JEAFFRESON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, jamesone— jeaffkeson. 1235 



History of Charlemagne. 1832. 

.History of Chivalry, 1849. 

Life and Times of Louis XIV., 1838. 

Life of the Black Prince, 1822. 

Life of Richard Caur de Lion, 1841-42. 

Lives of Eminent Foreign Statesmen, 1832-38. 

Memoirs of Celebrated Women, 1837. 

Memoirs of Great Commanders, 1832. 
James (Rev. John Angell), Independent minis- 
ter, born at Blandford, in Dorsetshire, 1785- 
1859.) 

Anxious Inquirer, 1834. (Enormous sale.) 
(His Life, by R. W. Dale, 1862.) 
James, M.D. (Robert), of Staffordshire, 1703- 
1776. (Inventor of "James's Powders.") 

Dissertation upon Fevers, 1751. 

Medicinal Dictionary, 1743-45. 

Vindication of the Fever Powders, 1778. 
James, D.D. (Thomas), an W^uar?/, bom at New- 
port, in the Isle of Wight, 1571-1629. 

Apology for J. Wicliffe (An), 1608. 

Catalogus Librortun Bibliothecai Publicje, etc., 
1605. 

Catalogus Librorum in Bibliotheca Bodleiana?. 
1605. 

Corruption of the Scripture, Councils, and 
Fathers, 1611. (His best work.) 

Ecloga Oxonio-Cantabrigiensis, 1600. 

Index Librorum Prohibitorum Pontificus in 
usum Bibliothecai Bodleianae Designus, etc., 
1627. 
James (William), historian, *-1827. 

Naval History of Great Britain, 1822. 
Jameson (Mrs.), maiden name Anna Murphy, 
born in Dublin, 1797-1860. 

Beauties of the Court of Charles II., 1833. 

Celebrated Female Sovereigns, 1831. 

Characteristics of Shakespeare's Women, 1832. 

Commonplace Book, etc., 1854. 

Diary of an Ennuyee, 1826. 

Early Italian Painters (The), 1845. 

Handbook of the Public Galleries of Art in 
and near London, 1842. 

History of our Lord, etc., as represented in 
Art, 1860. 

Legends of the Madonna, 1852. 

Legends of the Monastic Orders, 1850. 

Lives of . . . Female Sovereigns, 1831. 

Loves of the Poets, 1829. 

Memoirs and Essays, 1846. 

Pictures of Social Life in Germany, etc., 1840. 

Poetry of Sacred and Legendary Art, 1848. 

Rubens, his Life and Genius, 1840. 

Sacred and Legendary Art, 1848. 

Scriptural and Legendary History of Our Lord, 
as represented in Christian Art, 1860. 

Sketches of Germany, 1837. 

Visits and Sketches, etc., 1834. 

Winter Studies and Summer Rambles in 
Canada, 1838. 
(Her Life, 1878.) 
Jameson, D.D. (John), bom in Glasgow, Scot- 
land, 1759-1838. 

Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Lan- 
guage, 1808-9 ; supplement, 1825. (His chief 
work.) 

Hermes Scythicus. etc., 1814. 

Historical Account of the Ancient Culdecs of 
lona, 1811. 

Historical Account of the Royal Palaces of 
Scotland, 1323. 



Jamesone (Robert), naturalist, born at Leith, 

in Scotland, IT74-1854.' 
Characters of Minr-rals, 1805. 
Elements of Geognosy, 1809. 
Elements of Mineralogy, 1837. 
Geology of the Arran and Shetland l8le«, 

1800. 
Manual of Minerals and Mountain Rocks, etc., 

1821. 
Mineralogical Description of the County of 

Dumbarton, 1805. 
Mineralogy of the Scottish Isles, 1800. 
Outline of the Mineralogy of the Shetland 

Islands, 1798. 
System of Mineralogy, 1820. (Excellent.) 
Jamieson, D.D. (John), born at Glasgow, 1759- 

1838. 
Etymological Dictionary of the Scottish Lan- 
guage, 1808. (A standard work.) 
Hermes Scythicus, 1814. (Excellent.) 
History of the Culdees of lona, 1811. 
Use of Sacred History . . . [to] Revelation, 

1802. (Of great merit.) 
Vindication of the . . . Deity of Christ, 1794. 
Jardine (George), of Glasgow, 1743-1827. 
Outlines of Philosophical Education, 1818. 

(Valuable.) 
Jaedine (Sir William), naturalist, of Scotland, 

1800-1874. 
British Salmonidas, 1839-41. 
Contributions to Ornithology, 1848-52. 
Ichnology of Annandale, etc., 1851. 
Naturalist's Library (40 vols.), 1844^55. 
Jarkold, M.D. (Thomas), *-*. 
Authropologia (on the form and colour of 

man), 1808. 
Dissertations on Man, etc., 1806. (Much praised 

by the Quarterly Review.) 
Jat (Rev. William), Independent minister, born 

at Tisbury, in Wiltshire (generally called 

the Rev. William Jay of Baih), 1769-1853. 
Autobiography, posthumous 1854. 
Essay on Marriage, 1845. 
Lectures on Female Scripture Characters, 

1847. 
Life of John Jay, 1832. 
Morning and Evening Exercises, 1829-32. 
Prayers for the Use of Families, 1821. 
Sermons, 1802. 
Works (in 12 vols.), 1841-47. 

(His Life, by C. Winter, 1808 ; Redford and 
James, 1854.) 
Jeaffreson (John Cordy), novelist, born at 

Framlingham, in Suflblk, 1831- 
Crewe Rise, 1854. (His first novel.) 
Isabel, the Young Wife, etc., 1856. 
Live it Down, 1863. 
Lottie Darling, 1873. • 
Miriam Copley, 1859. 
Noble Woman (A), 1868. 
Not Dead Yet, 1864. 
Olive Blake's Good Works, 1862, 
Sir Everard's Daughter, 1863. 
Woman in Spite of Herself (A), 1872. 

Not Aovels. 
Annals of Oxford, 1871. 
Book about the Clergy (A), 1870. 
Book about Doctors (A), 1860. 
Book about Lawyers (A), 1866. 
Book about the Table (A), 1874. 
Brides and Bridals, 1872 



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JEBB — JESSE. 



APPENDIX 1. 



JERROLD — JESSE. 



Novels and Novelists from Elizabeth to Vic- 
toria, 1858. 
Young Squire of the Seventeenth Century (A), 
1877. 
Jebb, M.D. (John"), of London, 1736-1786 
Works, Theological, Medical, Political, etc., 
posthumous 1878. 
(His Memoirs, by Dr. J. Disney, 1787.) 
Jebb, D.D. (John), bishop of Limerick, born at 
Drogheda, in Ireland, 1775-1833. 
Essay on Sacred Literature (An), 1820. (One 

of the best in the language.) 
Practical Theology, 1830. 
Sermons . . . chiefly Practical, 1816. 
(His Life, etc., by C. Forster, 1836.) 
Jebb, M.D. (Samuel), *-l772. 
lUbliotheca Literaria from 1722. 
Life of Mary Queen of Scots, 1725. 
Jefferson (Thomas), born in Virginia, U.S., 
1743-1826. 
Notes on Virginia, 1782. 

(His Life, by T. J. Randolph, 1829; G. 
Tucker. 1836.) 
Jeffekys (Thomas), geographer to the king, 
1720-1780. 
Dresses of Different Nations, Ancient and 

Modern, 1757-72. 
l'*robability of a North-west Passage, 1768. 
Jeffrey of Monmouth. See Geoffrey. 
Jelf, D.D. (Richard William), 1798-1871. 
Evidence of Unsoundness, in Essays and Re- 
views, 1861. 
Means of Grace (a Bampton Lecture), 1844. 
Sermons, 1835. 
Jenkin, D.D. (Robert), a vonjuror, 1656-1727. 
Reasonableness of the Christian Religion 
(The), 1721. (A learned work.) 
Jenkins (David), born in Wales, 1586-1667. 
Eight Centuries of Reports, 1777. (A standard 
work.) 
Jenkins (Edward), born at Bangalore, in India, 
1838- 
Captain's Cabin (The), 1872. 
Coolie, her Rights and Wrongs (The), 1864. 
Devil's Chain (The), 1868. 
Fatal Days, 1874. 
Ginx'8 Baby, 1860. 
Jobson'c Enemies, 1880-81. 
Lisa Lena, 1880. 
Little Hodge, 1866. 
Lord Pantam, 1862. 
Lutchmee and Dilloo, 1870. 
Jenner, M.D. (Edward), born at Berkeley, in 
Gloucestershire, 1749-1823. 
Inquiry into the Causes and Effects of the 

Variolar Vaccinae, 1798. 
Natural History of the Cuckoo, 1788. (Good.) 
New Observations on the Varlolaa Vaccina;, 
1799. 
(His Life, by Dr. J. Baron, 1827 ; J. a Lett- 
soni.) 
Jenyns (,Sc>ame), poet, etc., London, 1704-1787. 
Art of I)ancing (The), a poem, 1761. 
Free Inquiry into the Nature and Origin of 

Evil, f756. 
Internal Evidences of the Christian Religion, 

(His Life, by C. N. Cole, 1790.) 
Jkphson (Robert), dramatic auUwr, etc., 1736- 
1803. 
Bragauza (a tragedy), 1775. 



Conspiracy (The), a tragedy, 1796. 
Court of Narbonne (The), a drama, 1781. 
Hotel (The), a drama, 1783. 
Julia (a tragedy), 1787. 
Law of Lombardy (The), a tragedy, 1779. 
Roman Portraits (a poem in heroic verse), 1794. 
Two Strings to your Bow (a farce), 1791. 
Jerrold (Douglas William), dramatist, wit, etc., 

London, 1803-1857. 
Black-eyed Susan i^a nautical play), 1829. 
Bubbles of the Day (a comedy), 1842. 
Cakes and Ale, 1841. 
Catspaw (The), 1850. 

Caudle Lectures (contributed to Punch), 1845. 
Chronicles of Clovernook, 1846. (His best 

novel.) 
Heart of Gold, 1854. 
Housekeeper (The), a play, 1835. 
Man made of Money (A), a novel, 1849. 
Men of Character, 1838. 
Nell Gwynne (a play), 1832. 
Prisoner of War (I'he), a play, 1837. 
Punch's Letters to his Son (contributed to 

Punch), 1846. 
Rent-day (The), a play, 1830. 
Retired from Business, 1851. 
St. Giles and . St. James, 1851. (His most 

elaborate novel.) 
Story of a Feather (a novel), 1843. 
Time works Wonders (a comedy), 1845. 

(His Life, by W. B. Jerrold, 1858.) 
Jerrold (William Blanchard), London, 182&« 
At Home in Paris, 1864, 1870. 
Beau Brummel (a comedy), 1858. 
Chatterbox (The), a comedy, 1857. 
Children of Lutetia, 1863. 
Christian Vagabond (The), 1871. 
Chronicles of a Crutch, 1860. 
Cockiagnes (The), 1871. 
Cool as a Cucumber (a farce), 1851. 
Cupboard Papers, (The), in All the Tear 

Round, 1873 ; as a vol. 1881. 
Cupid in Waiting (a comedy), 1871. 
Disgrace to the Family (The), a novel, 1847. 
Epicure's Year-book, by Fin-Bee, 1867-68. 
French under Arms (The), 1860. 
Imperial Paris, 1855. 
Life of George Cruikshank, 1882. 
Life of Douglas Jerrold (his father), 1858. 
Life of Napoleon III., 1874-82. 
London a Pilgrimage, 1872. 
Old Woman who lived in a Shoe (An), a series 

of papers on emigration. 
On the Boulevards (sketches), 1853-66. 
Passing the Time, 1865. 
Progress of a Bill (a tale), 1848. 
Story of Madge and the Fairy Content, 1871. 
Swedish Sketches, 1852. 
Trip through the Vineyards of Spain, 1864. 
Trips to Normandy, etc., 1867. 
Two Lives (a novel), 1865. 
Up and Down in the World (a novel), 1866. 
Jesse (Edward), naturalist, born near Halifax, 

1780-1868. 
Anecdotes of Dogs, 1846. 
Angler's Rambles (An), 1836. 
Favourite Haunts and Rural Studies, 1847. 
Gleanings in Natural Histoiy, 1832-^5. 
Handbook to Hampton Court, 1841. 
Scenes and Tales of Country Life, 1844. 
Summer's Day at Hampton Court (A), 1S31>. 



JESSE — ^JOHNSTON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, johnson— johnstox. 1237 



Summer's Day at Windsor (A), aod a Visit to 

Eton, 1841. 
Windsor Castle and its Environs, 1848. 
Jesse (John Heneage), historian, 1815- 
London and its Celebrities, 1847-50. 
Memoirs of the Court of England (Stuarts), 

1839. 
Memoirs of King Richard III. 
Memoirs of the Pretender, etc., 1845. 
'EWELr., D.D. (John), bishop of Salisbury, born 

in Devonshire, 1522-1571. 
Apology for the Church of England, 1562. 
Defence of the " Apology," 1567, 1569. 

(His Life, by Dr. Humfrey, 1573; Featley, 
1645 ; E. Bohun, 1685 ; C. W. Le Bas ; 
Isaacson, 1823.) 
Jewsbpry (Geraldine Endsor), novelist, born at 

Measham, in Warwickshire, 1820-1880. 
Constance Herbert, 1855. 
Half-Sisters (The), 1848. 
Marian Withers, 1851. 
Right and Wrong, 1859. 
Zoe, or the History of Two Lives, 1845. 
Jewsbury (Maria Jane), Mrs. Fletcher, ^oeiess, 

etc., 1800-1833. 
Life and Literature, 1825. 
JODRELL, D.C.L. (Richard Paul), 1745-1831. 
Illustrations of Euripides, 1781-90. 
Knight and Friars (The), 1785. 
Seeing is Believing, 1786. 
John of Oxnead, chronicler, in the reign of 

Edward I. 
Chronicle from 449 to 1292. (This is the 

Chronicle of Wendover supplemented.) 
John of Salisbury {Joannes Sarisberiensis), 

bishop of Chartres, 1110-1182. 
Opera Omnia, first compiled and sent to press 

by J. A. Giles, 1848. 
Polycraticus de Nugis Curiallum, etc., 1156. 
Johnson (Charles), dramatic author, 1679-1748. 
Gentleman Cully (The), n play, 1702. 
History of the Most Famous Highwaymen and 

Murderers . . . 1734. 
History of the Most Notorious Pyrates, 1724. 
Life and Intrigues of Elizabeth Mann, 1724. 
Johnson (Eastman), a genre painter, born at 

Lovel, U.S., 1824- 
The Barefoot Boy, 1868; The Boyhood of 

Abraham Lincoln, 1867 ; Dropping off, 1873; 

The Farmer's Sunday Morning, 1860 ; Fid- 
dling his Way, 1865; Mating, 1860; The 

Old Kentucky House, 1859 ; The Old Stage 

Coach, 1871 ; The Pedlar, 1873 ; The Village 

Blacksmith, 1864 ; The Wounded Drummer, 

1872. 
Johnson (George William), horticulturist, born 

at Bromley, in Kent, 1802- 
British Ferns. 

Cottage Gardener's Dictionary, 1860. 
Dictionary of Modern Gardening, 1846. 
History of Gardening, 1865. 
Science and Practice of Gardening, 1862. 
Johnson (James), *-*. 
Scot's Musical Museum (The), 1787-1803. (A 

very valuable work.) 
Johnson (Richard), 1560-1627. 
Anglorum Lacrimae, 1603. 
Crowne Garland of Golden Roses . . . 1612. 
Dainty Conceits, 1630. 
Golden Garland of Princely Pleasures, etc., 

Id30. 



Life of Robert Cecill, 1612. 

Nine Worthies of London (The), 1592. 

Pleasant Walks of Moorfields (The), 1607. 

Seven Champions of Christendom (The), 1595. 

Tom-a-Lincoln (History of), 1599. 
JOHV'SON (Rev. Samuel), born in Suffordsbire, 
in Warwickshire, 1649-1703. 

Julian the Apostate, 1682. (This book was 
burnt by the common hangman, 1634.) 
Johnson (Samuel), dramatist and humoi'iat, 
1705-1773. 

flurlothrumbo (an extravaganza), 1759. 
%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Johnson, LL.D. (Samuel), lexicographer, etc., 
born at Lichfield, in Hampshire, 1709-1784. 

Dictionary of the English Language, 1755. 

Idler (The), a periodical, 1758-60. 

Irene (a tragedy), 1749. 

Journey to the West Islands of Scotland, 1775. 

Life of Dr. Isaac Watts, posthumous 1785. 

Life of Richard Savage, 1744. (Interesting.) 

Lives of the Poets, 1779-81. 

London (a satire in verse), 1738. 

Miscellaneous Observations on Hamlet, 1745. 

Rambler (The), a periodical, 1750-52. 

rlasseias (a tale), 1759. (Written in a week.) 

laxation no lyranny, 1775. 

\ anity of Human Wishes (a satire in verse), 
1749. (His best poetical work.) 

Visit to the Hebrides, 1773. 

Voyage to Abyssinia, 1735. 
(His Life, by T. Trotter, 1785 ; J. Walker, 

1785 ; Tyers, 1786 ; sir J. H. Hawkins, 1787 ; 

Boswell, 1791; Dr. Robert Anderson, 1795; 

J. F. Russell, 1847 ; J. T. Hewlett, 1851 ; 

Thomas Carlyle, 1853.) 
Johnson, M.D. (Thomas), iotanist, 1561-1644. 

Descriptio Flantarum in Agram Cantianum, 
1632. 

Iter Cantianum et Ericetum Hamstedianum, 
1629. 

Mercurius Botanicus, etc., 1634. 

Edits Gerard's Herbal, 1633. 
Johnston (Alexander), artist, born at Edin- 
burgh, 1816- 

The Covenanter's Burial, 1852 ; The Cove- 
nanter's Marriage, 1842; Family Worship 
in a Scotch Cottage, 1851 ; The Gentle Shep- 
herd, 1840; Lord and Lady Russell, etc., 
1846; Melancthon . . . rocking. a Cradle, 
1854; Sunday Morning. 1841 (Burns); 
Tyndale translating the Bible, 1855. 
Johnston (Alexander Keith), cartographer, 
born at Kirkhill, near Edinburgh, 1804- 
1871. 

Astronomy, 1855. 

Chart of the Distribution of Health and Disease, 
1852. 

Classical Geography, 1853. 

Dictionary of Geography, 1850. 

General Geoftraphy, 1852. 

National Atlas, 1843. 

Physical Atlas of Natural Phenomena, 1848. 
(A splendid work.) 

Royal Atlas, 1861. (His greatest work.) 

School Atlases of Physical Geography. 
Johnston, M.D. (Arthur), poet, of Aberdeen- 
shire, 1587-1641. 

DelitijB Poetarum Scotorum . . . 1637. 

Elegise, 1628. 

Epigrammata, 1632. 



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APPENDIX I. 



JONES. 



Musaa AuUcjb, 1635. 

Mu8£e Querulae . . . 1633. 

Paraphrasis Poetica Psalmomm Davidis, 1637. 

Parerga, 1632. 

Poetarum Scoticorum Deliclas, 1637. 
Johnston (Charles), novelist, *-1800. 

Cbrysal, or Adventures of a Guinea, 1760-61. 

History of Arsaces, 1774. 

History of John Juniper, Esq., 1781. 

Pilgrims (The), 1775. 

Reverie (The), 17C2. 
Johnston, M.D. (George), naturalist, 1798- 
1855. 

Introduction to Conchology, 1850. 

History of British Sponges and Lithophytes, 
1842. 

History of British Zoophytes, 1838. 
Johnston (James F. Weir), chemist, born at 
Paisley, in Scotland, TiGB 1855. 

Catechism of Agricultural Chemistry and 
Geology, 1844, 

Chemistry of Common Life, 1853-55. 

Elements of Agricultural Chemistry and 
Geology, 1842. 

Lectures on Agricultural Chemistry and Geo- 
logy, 1844. 

Notes on America, 1851. 
Johnston, LL.D. (Robert), MstoWan, 1612-1680. 

Historia Rerum Britannicarum, 1655. (A 
work of great merit.) 

Historic of Scotland during the Minority of 
King James, 1644. 
Johnston (William), novelist, born at Down- 
patrick, in Ireland, 1829, 

Freshfield (a novel), 1870. 

Nightshade (a novel), 1857. 

Under which King ? (a novel), 1872. 
Johnstone, D.D. (Bryce), born xt Annan, in 
Scotland, 1747-1805. 

Commentary on Revelation, 1794. (Good.) 

Influence of Religion on Civil vSociety, 1801. 
Johnstone (Chevalier de), Jacobite, born in 
Edinburgh, 1720-1795. 

Memoirs of the Rebellion of 1745-46, post- 
humous 1820, 
Johnstone (James), Scotch historian, about 
1730-1795. 

Anecdotes of Olave the Black, King of Man, 
1780, 

Antiquitates Celto-Normannicae, 1786, 

Antiquitates Celto-Scandicas, etc., 1786. (In- 
teresting.) 

Lodbrokar-Quida, or the Death-Song of Lod- 
broc, 1782. 

Norwegian Account of Haco's Expedition 
against Scotland, 1782. 
Johnstone, M.D. (John), 1768-1836. 

Life and Works of Parr, 1828. 

Medical Jurisprudence, 1800. 
Jones (Ernest Charles), poet, etc., 1814^-1869, 

Battle-day, 1855. 

Songs of Democracy, 1856-57. 

Wood-spirit (The), 1841. 
Jones, R.A. (George), 1786-1869. 

Life of Chantrey, 1849. 
Jones (Henry), pseudonym "Cavendish," Lon- 
don, 1831- 

Laws of Ecarte, 1878. 

Laws of Piquet, 1873. 

Principles of Whist, 1862. 
* • Also edited Bennett's Billiards, 1873. 



Jones (Inigo), architect, London, 1572-1652. 
He built the Banqueting House, Whitehall, 

1619-22; the Piazza and Church, Covent 

Garden, 1631-38, etc. 
Journal and Sketch-book, 1611. 
Stonehenge restored, posthumous 1655. 

(His Life, by Peter Cunningham, 1848.) 
Jones (Jeremiah), dissenting minister, 1693- 

1724. 
Gospel of St. Matthew (The), 1719, 
Method of settling the Canonical Authority 

of the New Testament, 1726-27. (Es- 
teemed.) 
Jones, LL.D. (Rev. John), philologist, 1765-1827. 
Ecclesiastical Researches, 1812. 
Greek and English Lexicon, 1823. 
Jones (Owen), antiquary, 1740-1814. 

Myvyrian Archaeology of Wales, 1801-7. 
Jones (Theophilus), antiquary, *-*. 

History ol Brecknockshire, 1805-9. (A work 

of great merit.) 
Jones (Thomas Rymer), anatomist, 1809-1874 . 
General Outline of the Auimal Kingdom. 

1838. 
Jones (Thomas Wharton), physiologist, born at 

St. Andrews, in Scotland, 1808- 
Essay on Inflammation, 1850. (Sir Astloy 

Cooper's prize.) 
Failure of Sight from Spinal Disturbance 

1869. 
Physiology, etc, of Body, Sense, and Mind, 

1869. 
Wisdom and Beneficence ot [God, shewn] in 

the Sense of Vision, 1851. (Actonian 

prize.) 

*^* He pooh-poohs Dr. Darwin's doctrine 
of Evolution as "wholly unsupported b» 
sound science." See Mivart. 
Jones (Rev. William), generally called " Jones 

of Nayland," born in Northamptonshire, 

1726-1800. 
Art of Music, 1784. 
Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity, 1756. 
Letter from Thomas Bull to his brother John, 

1792. 
Life of Bishop Home, 1795. 
Physiological Disquisitions, 1781. 
Scholar Armed, etc. (The), 1792. 

(His Life, by W. Steevens, 1810.) 
Jones (Sir William), orientalist, London, 1746- 

1794. 
Commentaries on Asiatic Poetry, 1774. 
Enchanted Fruit, or the Hindu Wife (a story 

in verse). 
Hitopadesa (translated). 

Institutes of Hindu Law, 1794. V^ Afl/ww£. 
Laws of Manu, 1794. / ^"^ 

Life of Nadir Shah, 1773. 
Moallitkat (seven Arabic poems), 1782. 
Persian Grammar, 1771. 
Poeseos Asiaticaj Commentariorum, libri vi. 

1774. 
Principles of Government (The), posthumous 

1797. 
Sacontala, or the Fatal Ring (an Indian drama 
translated). 

(His Life, by lord Teignmouth, 1799.) 
Jones, D.D. (William Basil Tickell), bishop of 

St. David's, born in Wales, 1822- 
History and Antiquities of St. David's, 1856. 

(With Dr. Freeman.) 



joxsox — JUN rus. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



JUKES — JUNIUS. 



1239 



New Testament . . . with Commentary, 1864. 

Peace of God (The), sermons, 1869. 

Vestiges of Gael iu Gwynodd, 1851. 
JoNsoK (BenJ«»itt), dramatist and poet lau- 
reate, born at Wostmin'^ter, 1574-1637. 

Execration against Vulcan, with Divers Epi- 
grams, posthumous 1640. 

Jests, or the Wit's Pocket Companion, 1731. 

Last Legacy to the Sons of Mirth, etc., post- 
humous 1756. 
*»* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Chetwood, 1756 ; Gifford, 1816 ; 

Barry Cornwall, i.e. B. W. Procter, 1838 ; Cun- 
ningham and Bell, 1870.) 
Jordan (Thomas), poet laureate for the city. 
Tendon, 1611-1688. 

Box of Spikenard newly oroken, etc., 1661-62. 

Cabinet of Mirth ^The), ia two parts, 1674. 

Divine Raptures. 1646. 

Divinity a.id Morality in Robes ot Poetry, 
1651. 

Fancy's Festival (a masque), 1657. 

Goldsmith's Jubilee (The), 1674. 

Jewels of Ingenuity in a Coronet ot Poetry 
(no date), 

London in Lustre (November 9), 1679 ; Lon- 
don in Splendour, 1673; London Trium- 
phant, 1672; London's Glory, 1680; Lon- 
don's Joy, 1681 ; London's Joyful Gratula- 
tlon, etc., 1642 ; London's Resurrection to 
Joy, 1671 ; London's Triumphs, 1653, 1675, 
1676, 1677, 1678, 1684. 

Lord Mayor's Show etc. (The), November 9, 
1682. 

Money is an Asse (a comedy), 1668. 

Mu.ses' Melody (The), no date. 

New Droll (A), 1660. 

Pictures of Passion-^, etc. (no date). 

I'oetical Varieties, 1637. 

Rosary ot Rarities (A), 1G59. 

Royal Arbor of Loyall Poesie, 1663. 

Rules to know a Royall King, etc., 1642. 

Tricks of Youth, etc., 1657. 

Wit in a Wilderness (promiscuous pieces of 
poetry), 1660-67. 
JoRDEN, M.D. (Edward), 1569-1632. 

Discourse of Natural Bathes and Mineral 
Waters, 1631. (A learned treatise.; 

Suffocation of the Matrix . . . (on possession 
of evil spirits), 1603. (Very scarce indeed.) 
JORTIN, D.D. (John), London, 1698-1770. 

Life of Erasmus, 1758-60. 

Lusus Poetici, 1743. 

Observations on Authors, Ancient and Modern, 
1731-32. 

On the Truth of the Christian Religion, 1748. 

Remarks on Ecclesiastical History, 1751-54. 

Remarks on Spenser and Milton, 1734. 

Truth of the Christian Religion (The), 1732. 
(His Life, by Dr. J. Disney, 1792.) 
Joyce (Jeremiah), 1764-1816. 

Arithmetic, 1808. 

Dialogues on Chemistry, 1807. 

Scientific Dlalopcues, 1807. 
JuDsoN, D.D. (Adoniram), Massacnusetts, U.S., 
1788-1850. 

Burmese and English Dictionary, 1852. 

Burmese Bible (i.e. the Bible in Burmese), 
1835. 
(His Life, by Wayland, 1853 ; Mrs. H. C. 

Conant, 1856; Clements; Gillette.) 



Jukes (Joseph B»ete), geologist, bom near Bir- 
mingham, 1811-1869. 

Excursions in Newfoundland, 1842. ^^ 

Physical Structure of Australia, 1850. (*/ 

Student's Manual of Geology, 1858. 
Junius, Letters of, 1769-72 ; compiled 1783, 
1796, 1800, etc. ; Woodfall's edition, 1812. 
KB. — The original " Junius" ceased in the 

spring of 1772. 

The Author of these Tetters. 

Barre, Col. Isaac (" Authorship of the Letters 
of Junius, by John Britton "), 1848. 

Boyd, Hugh (" Author of Junius ascertained 
by George Chalmers"), 1817. 

Burke, Edmund (" Inquiry into the Author of 
Junius, by John Roche"), 1813. ("Junius 
proved to be Burke," no name), 1826. Prior, 
in his Life of Burke, takes the same view, 
1839. 

Burke, William, (" The Author of Junius, by 
J. C. Symons"), 1859. 

Chatham, William Fitt, lord (" Another Guess 
at Junius," by (■>) Fitzgerald), 1809 ; Earl 
Chatham " proved to be Junius," by John 
Swinden, 1833 ; by W. Dowe, U.S., 1857. 
(" Who was Junius ? " no name), 1837. 
Also an essay to prove this, by Dr. B. Water- 
house, of Boston, U.S., 1831. 

Chesterfield, earl of {" Author of Junius dis- 
covered," by W. Cramp), 1821, 1851. 

De Lolme, John Lewis ("Arguments and 
Facts demonstrating " this, by Dr. Thomas 
Busby), 1816. 

Francis (Dr.) and his son sir Philip ("Dis- 
covery of the Author of Junius, by John 
Taylor"), 1813. 

Francis, sir Philip (" Identity of Junius . . . 
established by John Taylor "), 1816. Sir F, 
Dwarris, 1850, and lord Campbell, in his 
Lives of the Chancellors, take the same 
view. (" Handwriting of Junius profes- 
sionally investigated, by Charles Chabot "), 
1871. Macaulay espoused this "identity." 

Glover, Richard ("An Inquiry into the 
Author of the Letters of Junius," no name), 
1814. 

Gibbon ("Junius unmasked," no name), 1819. 

Lee, major-general Charles (proved "from 
facts" to be Junius bv Dr. T. Girdlestone), 
1813. 

M'Lean, Laughlin (said to be Junius in Gait's 
Life of West, pp. 57-69). Sir David Brewster 
takes the same view. 

Portland, duke of (" Letters to a Nobleman 
proving" this, by A. G. Johnston), 1816. 

Pownall, governor ("Junius discovered, by 
F. Griffin, Boston, U.S."), 1854. 

Rich, sir R. (" The Ghost of Junius, by F. 
Ayerst"), 1853. 

Sackville, viscount (" The Real Author of the 
Letters of Junius, by George Coventry "), 
1825. ("JuniuF unmasked," no name), 
1770. The same proved by John Jaques, 
1843. 

Suett, the comedian (" Junius with his Visor 
up," a skit, no name"), 1819. 

Temple, R. Grenville, earl ("Letters on 
Junius showing" this, by Isaac Newhall, 
Boston, U.S.), 1831. 

Tooke, John iTorne ("Junius discovered, bj 
P[hilip] TChicknesse]"), 1789. The Sf- « 



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KAMES — KEITH. 



APPENDIX I. 



KATE — KEITH. 



"proved" by J. B. Blakeway, 1813; and 

Dr. A. Graham, 1828. 
Wray, Daniel (" The Secret revealed, by 

James Falconar "), 1830. 
Wilmot, James, D.D., proved to be " Junius " 
by 0. W. Serree, 1813. 

N.B.— To these add Mr. Sergeant Adair; 
Gerard Hamilton, called "Single-Speech;" 
lord Lyttelton ; and John Wilks. 

*^* Other pamphlets or books have been 
published to disprove all these "proofs." 
Byron, in his Vision of Judgment, refers to 
" Junius." 

Kames (Henry Home, lord), metaphysician, 

born at Kames, in Berwickshire, 1696- 

1782. 
Decisions of the Court of Sessions, 1741, 1766, 

1780. (Very valuable work.) 
Elements of Criticism, ] 762. (His best-known 

work.> 
Gentleman Farmer (The), 1777. 
Hints on Education, 1781. 
Historical Law Tracts, 1758. 
Introduction to the Art of Thinking, 1761. 
Principles of Equity, 1760. 
Principles of the Law of Scotland, 1754. 
Principles of Morality and Natural Religion 

(The), 1751. 
Sketches of the History of Man, 1774. 

(His Life, by W. Smellie, 1800 ; lord Wood- 
houselee, 1807.) 
Kane (Elisha Kent), an arctic explorer, born at 

Philadelphia, U.S.. 1820-1857. 
Second Grimmell Expedition in Search of Sir 
John Franklin, 1856. 

(His Life, by Dr. W. Elder, 1857.) 
Kane (Sir Robert), of Dublin, 1810- 
Elements of Chemistry, 1841-42. 
Industrial Resources of Ireland, 1844. 
Kavanagh (Julia), novelist, etc., born at 

Thurles, in Ireland, 1824-1877. 
Adele, 1858. 
Beatrice, 1865. 
Bessie, 1872. 
Daisy Burns, 1853. 
Dora, 1868. 

English Women of Letters, 1862. 
Forget-me-nots, 1878. 
French Women of Letters, 1861. 
Grace Lee, 1855. 
John Dorrien, 1874. 
Madeleine, 1848. 
Nathalie, 1851. 
Pearl Fountain (The), 1876. 
Queen Mab, 1863. 
Rachel Gray, 1856. 
Seven Years, and other Tales, 1860. 
Summer and Winter in the Two Sicilies (A\ 

1858. 
Sybil's Second Love, 1867. 
Sylvia, 1870. 
Three Paths (The), 1847. 
Two Lilies, 1877. 

Women in France during the Eighteenth Cen- 
tury, 1850. 
Women of Christianity, 1852. 
Kate, D.D. (John), bishop of Lincoln, born at 

Hammersmith, 1783-1853. 
Council of Nicaea in Connection with Athana- 

sius. 1853 



Ecclesiastical History of the Second and Third 

Centuries, 1826. 
External Government, etc., of the Chtirch [in ' 

the First Three Centuries, 1855. 
Writings and Opinions of Clement of Alex- 
andria, 1835. 
Kate (Sir John William), London, 1814-1876. 
Administration of the East India Company 

(The), 1853. 
Biographies of Sir John Malcolm, 1856 ; Lord 

Metcalfe, 1854 ; Sir George Tucker, 1854 
Christianity in India, 1859. 
Essays of the Optimist, 1870. 
History of the Sepoy War, 1864-76. 
History of the War in Afghanistan, 1851. 
Lives of Indian Officers, 1867. 
Keach (Rev. Benjamin), Baptist minister, 1640- 

1704. 
Banqueting House (The), 1692. 
Breach repaired (The), 1661. (By singing.; 
Grand Impostor discovered (The), a poem, 

1675. (Against the Quaker sect.) 
Parables explained, 1701. (Much esteemed.) 
Scripture Metaphors opened, 1681. (His chief 

work.) 
Spiritual Songs, 1700. 
Trumpet blown in Zion, 1694. 
Keats (John),poet, London, 1796-1821. 
Endymion (a poetic romance), 1818. 
Eve of St. Agnes (Spenserian stanza), 1820. 
Hyperion (blank verse), 1820. 
Isabella, 1820. 

Lamia, and other Poems, 1820. 
Ode to the Nightingale, 1820. 
Poems, 1817. 

(His Life, by M. Milnes, 1845 ; lord Hougu- 
ton, 1848.) 
Keble (Rev. John), poet, bom at Fairford, ia 

Gloucestershire, 1792-1866. 
Christian Year (The), 1827. 
De Poeticae Vi Medica, 1844 
Letters of Spiritual Guidance, 1870. 
Life of Bishop Wilson, 1863. 
Lyra Innocentium, 1846. 
Sermons, 1848. 

(His Life, by sir J. T. Coleridge.) 
Keightlkt (Thomas), born in Dublin,l789-1872. 
Crusaders CThe), 1833. 
Fairy Mytiiology, 1828 ; enlarged 1850. 
History of England, 1837. 
History of Greece, 1836. 
History of India, 1847. 
History of Rome, 1835. 
Life of Milton, 1855. 
Mythology of Greece and Italy, 1831. 
Tales and Popular Fictions, 1834. 
Keill, M.D. (John), mathematician, born at 

Edinburgh, 1671-1721. 
Examination of Dr. Burnet's Theory of the 

Earth, 1698. 
Introductio ad veram Astronomiam, 1718. 
Introductio ad veram Physicam, 1702. 
Keith, D.D. (Alexander), born at Keithall, in 

Scotland, 1791-1880. 
Demonstration of the Truth of the Christian 

Religion, 1838. 
Evidences of Religion from the Fulfilment of 

Prophecy, 1823. (A text-book.) 
Harmony of Pi-ophecy (The), 1851. 
History and Destiny ui the World and of the 

Church, according to Scripture, part i. 1861. 



KEITH — KERR. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



KENNET — KERR. 



1241 



Land of Israel CHie), 1843. 
Narrative of the Mission to the Jews. 
Signs of the Times, 1832. 
Keith (Thomas), born in Yorkshire, 1759-1824. 
Practical Arithmetician (The), 1789. 
Use of the Globes, 1804. 
Kelly (Hugh), dramatic author, etc., 1739- 

1777. 
False Delicacy (a comedy), 1 /83. 
Thespis, 1762. 

Word to the Wise (A), 1765. 
Works, with Life, 1778. 
Kellt, LL.D. (Rev. John), born at Douglas, in 

the Isle of Man, 1750-1809. 
Gaelic Grammar, 1803. 
Manx Translation of the Bible, 1772. 
Kelly (Michael), musical composer, Ireland, 

1762-1826. 
Keminiscences, etc., 1820. (The best addition 

to our theatrical literature since Gibber's 

Apology.) 
Kelly, LL.D. (Patricl<), Ireland, *-*. 

Universal Cambist (The), 1811. (Excellent.) 
Kelton (Arthur), chronicler, in the reign of 

Edward VI. 
Cronycle . . . declaryng that Britons and 

Welshmen are lineallye descended from 

Brute (in verse), printed 1547. 
Kemble (Francis Anne), Mrs. Butler, born in 

London, 1809- 
Francis I. (a drama), 1830. 
Poems, 1842. 
Star of SeviUe (The), a drama, 1837. 

Not in Verse. 
Journal of a Residence in America, 1835. 
Record of a Girlhood, 1878. 
Records of Later Life, 1882. 
Residence in a Georgian Plantation, 1863. 
Year of Consolation (A), 1847. 
Kemble (John Mitchell), Saxonist, London, 

1807-1857. 
Anglo-Saxon Poems of Beowulf, 1833. 
Codex Diplomaticus jEvi Saxonici, 1839-40. 
History of the English Language (first period), 

1834. 
Saxons in England, 1849. (His chief work.) 
Kemp, Mus.D. (Joseph), born at Exeter, in 

Devonshire, 1778-1824. 
System of Musical Education, 1819. 
Ken, D.D. (Thomas), poet, bishop of Bath and 

Wells, born at Berkhampstead, in Hertford- 
shire, 1637-1711. 
Edmund (an epic poem). 
Morning, Evening, and Midnight Hymns, 

1674. 
Works collected and published, 1721. 

(His Life, by W. Hawkins, 1713; canon 
W. L. Bowles, 1830; a Layman, i.e. J. L. 
Anderdon, 1853.) 
Kendall (George Wilkins), born at Vermont, 

U.S., 1810- 
History of the War between the United States 

and Mexico, 1850. 
Narrative of the Texan Expedition, 1844. 
Kennedy (John), chronologist, bom at Bradley, 

in Derbyshire, 1700-1770. 
.Scripture Chronology, 1752. 
Kennedy (John Pendleton), novelist, born at 

Baltimore, U.S., 1795-1870. 
Anna..' of Quodlibet, 1840. 
Horse-bJoe Robinson, 1835. 



Life of William Wirt, 1849. 

Red Book (Tho), 1817-19. • 
Kennet, D.D. (White), bishop of Peterborough, 
born at Dover, 1660-1728. 

Complete History of England, 1706. (Com- 
posed by different authors ; the third vol. 
by himself.) 

Family of Cavendish (The), 1707. 

Parochial Antiquities of Ambrosden, Burces 
ter, etc., 1695. (A valuable work.) 

Register and Chronicle, Ecclesiastical and 
Civil, 1728. 
(His Life, by Newton, 1730.) 
Kenney (James), dramatic author, Irelanil, 
1780-1849. 

Ella Rosenberg, 1807. 

False Alarms, 1807. 

Illustrious Stranger (The), a comedy, 1827. 

Love, Law, and Physic (a comedy). 

Masaniello, 1829. 

Matrimony i a comedy), 1804. 

Raising the Wind (a farce), 1803. fHis first 

Sicilian Vespers (The), 1840. 

Spring and Autumn (a comedy), 1827. 

World (The), a comedy, 1808. 
Kennicott, D.D. (Benjamin), Hebraist, bom at 
Totnes, in Devonshire, 1718-1783. 

Dissertation on the "Tree of Life," the 
Creation, and Fall, 1747. 

Hebrew Bible, 1776-80. 

On the State of the Printed Hebrew Text of 
the Old Testament, 1753-59. (Valuable.) 

Variae Lectiones Veteris Testamenti, 1784-88. 
Kenrick (Francis Patrick), archbishop of Bal- 
timore, U.S., born in Dublin, 1797- 

Theologia Dogmatica, 1839-40. 

Vindication of the Catholic Church (A), 1856. 
Kenrick, LL.D. (William), born at Watford, ia 
Hertfordshire, 1720-1779. 

English Dictionary, 1773. 

Epistles (in verse), 1759. 

Falstaff's Wedding (a comedy), 1766. 

Immortality of the Soul (The), 1751. 

Pasquinade (The), 1753. 
Kent (James), musical composer born at Win- 
chester, 1700-1771. 

Twelve Anthems, 1773. 
Kent (James), born at Fredericksburg, New 
York, U.S., 1763-1847. 

Commentaries -on American Law, 1826-30. 
Kent (William Charles Mark), poet etc., Lon- 
don, 1823- 

Aletheia, and other Poems, 1850. 

Camel-driver's Turban (The), 1842. 

Charles Dickens as a Reader, 1872. 

Dreamland, and other Poems, 1862. 

Footprints on the Road (in prose), 1864. 

Napoleon's Slippers, 1842. 

Poems (collected, etc.), 1870. 

Seagulls of lona (a tale of the escape of the 
Young Pretender), 1842. 

Shakespeare's Frolic on the Thames, 1842. 
Ker (John Bellenden), *-*. 

Archaiology of our Popular Phrases and Nur- 
sery Rhymes, 1834. (To prove they are 
perversions of Dutch words, mainly anti- 
monkish.) 
Kerk (Robert), historian, Scotland, 1750-1814. 

Collection of Voyages and Travels, 1811-17. 
(A valuable work.) 



1242 



KETT — KIXGSLEY. 



APPENDIX I. KINGLAKE — KIXGSLET. 



History of Scotland (Robert the Bruce), 1811. 

(A good epitome.) 
Life of William Smellie, 1811. 
Kett (Rev. Henry), 1T61-1825. 
Elements of General Knowledge, , . . with 

Lists ot the most approved Authors, 1812. 
Emily (j» moral tale), 1809. 
History the Interpreter of Prophecy, 1799. 

(An excellent work.) 
Juvenile Poems. 1793. 
KiDD, M.D. (John), 1775-1851. 
Adaptation of External Nature to the Physica 
Condition of Man. 1837 ^A Bridge water 
treatise.) 
Outlines of Mineralogy, 1809. (Good.) 
KiDO 'William;, naturalist, born at Harnxner- 
smith, 1803-1867. 
British Song-birds, 1856. 
Kidder, D.l). (Richard), bishop of Bath and 
Wells, bom in Sussex, 163S-1703. (He and 
his wife were killed in bed during the storm 
oi November 26.) 
Commentary on the Pentateuch, L694. 
Demonstration of the Messias, 1694-1700. 
KiLLiGREW (Thomas), " King Charles's Jester," 
jbramatist, born in Middlesex, 1611-1682. 
Plays, 16G4, 
KiLLiOREW (Sir William), vice-cbamberlam to 
queen Henrietta, poe^ 1605-1693. 
&.rtless Midnight Thoughts of a Gentleman at 

Court, 1684. 
Imperial Tragedy (The), 1669. 
Love and Friendship (a play), 1666. 
Midnight and O&Wj Thoughts, 1694 
Ormasdes (,a play), 1665. 
Pandora (a play), 1664. 
Selindra(8 play), 1665, 
Siege of Urbin (a play), 1666. 
Kimball (Richard), novelist, bom at Lebanon, 
in New Hampshire, U.S., 1815- 
Ouba and the Cubans, 1849. 
St. Leger, or the Threads of Life, 1849. 
Student Life Abroad, 1853. 
King, F.R.S. (Edward), antiquary, Norfolk. 
1735-1807. 
Essay on the English Government, 1767. 
Morsels of Criticism, 1788. 
Munimenta Antiqua, 1799-1805. 
King (Gregory), herald, born at Lichfield, in 
Hampshire, 1648-1712. 
Observations on the State of England, 1810. 
King (^Henry), bishop of Chichester, poet, etc., 
1591-1669, 
Deep Groan fetched at the Funerax of . . . 

Charles L, 1649. 
Poems, Elegies, and Paradoxes, 1657. 
Psalms (The), in metre. 1657. 
JiiSG (Peter, lord), born at Exeter, 1669-1734. 
History of the Apostles' Creed, 1702. 
Inquiry into the Constitution, etc., of the 
Primitive Church, 1691. 
King, D.D. (William), archbishop of Dublin, 
born at Antrim, in Ireland, 1650-1729. 
State of the Protestants in Ireland, 1691. 
De Origine Mali, 1702. 
King, LL.D. (William), satirist, London, 1663- 
1712. 
Animadversions on the Pretended Account of 

Ireland, 1694. 
Art of Cookery (i-z imitation of Horace), no 
dote 



Art of Love (in imitation of Ovid), no date. 
Dialogues of tiie Dead, 1699. 
Joan of Hedington (a tragi-comedy), 1712. 
Journey to London (A), 1698. (Excellent 

piece of irony.) 
Traiisactioner (The), two satires on the Royal 

Society, 1700. 
Vindication of Dr. Sacheverell, 1710. 
King LAKE (Alexander Williaa-), born near 

Taunton, in Somersetshire, 1811- 
Eothen, 1844. (A model book of travels.; 
History of the Crimean War, 1863-75. 
Kingsley (Rev. Charles), novelist, etc., bom at 

Holne, in Devonshire, 1819-1875. 
Ancien Regime (The). 1867. 
Andromeda (a poem), 1858. 
Alexandra and her Schools, 1857. 
Alton Locke, tailor and Poet (a novel ou the 

social anarchy of the lay), 1849. (This is 

his best work of fiction.) 
At Last, 1871. 
Cheap Clothes and Nasty, 1850. (By Parson 

Lot.) 
Glaucus. or the Wonders of the Shore, 1355. 
Health and Education, 1874. 
Here ward the Wake (a, novel), 1866. 
Hermits (The), 1868. 
Heroes (The), Greek fairy tales, 1856. 
Hypatia (a novel to show the struggle of 

Christianity with Gothic paganism and 

Greek philosophy of the fifth century), 

1853. 
Limits of Exact Science as applied to History, 

1860. 
Madam How and Lady Why, 1870. 
Miscellanies, 1859. 
Phaeton (a dialogue against the Emersonian 

school), 1852. 
Plays and Puritans, 1873. 
Prose Idvlls, 1873. 

Roman (The) and the Teuton (lectures\ 1864 
Saints' Tragedy (The), a dramatic poem, 184tt 

(Elizabeth of Hungary.) 
Sermons for the Times, 1855. 
Sermons on National Subjects, 1854. 
Two Years Ago (a novel), 1857. 
Village Sermons, 1849. 
Water Babies (The). 1863. 
Westward Ho! (voyages and adventures of 

sir Amyas Leigh in the reign of queen 

Elizabeth), 1 855. (This and " Alton Locke " 

are his two best.) 
What then does Dr. Newman mean ? 1864. 
Yeast (a philosophical novel), 1848. 

(His Life, by his widow, 1876.) 
Kingsley (HenryV novelist, born at Holne, i» 

Devonshire, brother of the above, 1830- 

1876. 
Austin Elliot, 1863. 
Boy in Grey (The), 1870. 
Fireside Studies, 1876. 
Geoffry Hamlyn (PecoLections of), 1859. 
Grange Garden, 1876. 
Harveys (The), 1872. 
Hetty, and other Stories, 1871. 
Hillj'ars and the Burtons (The), 1865. 
Hornby Mills, and other Stories, 187a. 
Leighton Court, 1866. 
Lost Child (The), 1864. 
Mademoiselle Mathilde, 1868. 
Mystery of the Island, 1877. 



KIP — KXOLLES. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, kneller— kj^olij^su 1M3 



Number Seventten, 1875. 
Oakshott Castle, 1873. 
Old Margaret, 1871. 
Ravenshoe, 1861. (His best jiovel.) 
Reginald Hethercdge, 1874. 
Silcote of Silcotes, 1«67. 
Streiton, 1869. 
Tales of Old Travel, 1869. 
Valentin (a story of Sedan), 1872. 
Kip (William), bishop of California, born at 
New York, U.S., 1811. 
Catacombs of Rome (The), 1854. 
Double Witness of the Church, 1844. 
History of the Early Jesuits, 1840. 
Kippis, F.R.S. (Andrew), Nottingham, 1725- 
1795. 
Life of Captain Cook, 1788. 
KiRBT (Rev. William), entomologist, bora at 
Witnesham Hall, in Suffolk, 1759-1850. 
Habits and Instincts of Animals f& Bridge- 
water treatise), 1830. 
Introduction to Entomology, 1817-26. 
Monographia Apum Anglias, 1802. (With 
Spence.) 
(His Life, by Freeman, 1852.) 
KiRKwooD, LL.D. (Daniel), asfronoTner, born in 
Maryland, U.S., 1814- 
Comets and Meteors, 1878. (A masterly 
work.) 
KiRWAN (Andrew Valentine), 1804- 
Army and Garrisons of France, 1841. 
Modern France, its Journalism aud Litera- 
ture, 1863. 
Ports, Arsenals, and Dockyards of BYance, 
1839. 
KiRWAN, LL.D. (Richard), chemist, born in Are- 
land 1750-1812. 
Elements of Mineralogy, 1794. 
Essay on the Constitution of Acids, 1787. 
KrrcHENER, M.D. (William), gastronomist,!'!'! 5- 
1827. 
Apicius Redivivus, 1817. 
Art of Prolonging Life (The), 1822. 
Cook's Oracle (The), 1821. 
Economy of the Eyes, 1824. 
Health without Physic, 1830. 
Housekeeper's Ledger, etc., 1825. 
Peptic Precepts, 1824. 
Pleasure of making a Will, 1822. 
Practical Observations on Telescopes, 1814. 
Traveller's Oracle (The), 1822. 
KiTTO, D.D. (John), born at Plymouth, 1804- 
1850. 
Daily Bible Readings, 1851. 
History of Palestine, 1843. 
Journal of Sacred Literature, 1848-53. 
Lost Senses (The), deafness and blindness, 

1845. 
Pictorial Bible, 1838. 
Pictorial History of Palestine, 1839-40. 
Thoughts among Flowers, 1843. 
(His Life, by J. E. Ryland, 1856.) 
Knatchbull-Hugessex (Edward Hugessen), 
born at Mersham Hatch, in Kent, 1829- 
Crackers for Christmas, 1870. 
Higgledy-Pigglcdy, or Stories for Everybody's 

Children, 1875. 
Moonshine, 1871. 
Queer Folks, 1873. 
River Legends, 1874. 
Stories for my Children, 1869. 



Tales for Tea-time, 1872 

Uncle Joe's Stories, 187S 

Whispers from Fairylana, 1874. 
Kkeller (Sir Godfrey), court painter to Charles 
II., etc., born at. LUbeck, 1648-1725. 

Beauties of Hampton Court (divers dates). 

Kit-cat Club Portraits (divers dates). 
Knight (Charles), born at Windsor, in Berk- 
shire, 1791-1873. 

British Almanac and Companion to the Al- 
manac, 1832 ; continued still. 

CyclopjBdia of the Industry of all Nationa- 
1851. 

English Cyclopasdia, 1854-61. 

Half-hours with the Best Authors, 1847^8. 

Knowledge is Power, 1855. 

Land we live in (The), 1848. 

Library of Entertaining Knowledge (TheV 
1831. 

Life of Caxton, 1844. 

London Pictorially Illustrated, 1841-44. 

Old England (illustrated), 1845. 

Old Painter (The) and the Modern Press, 
1854. 

Once upon a Time, 1853. 

Penny Magazine (The), 1832-45. 

Pictorial Book of Common I'rayer, 1838. 

Pictorial Bible (I'he), 1838. 

Pictorial History of England 'The), 1844. 

Pictorial Shakespeare (The), 1839-41. 

Plays and Poems 1857. 

Popular History i England, 1856-62 

Results of Machinery, 1831. 

Rights of Capital and Labour (The), l^.il. 

Shakespeare 'a biography), 1839. 

^, * Of these ' ooks ne was eithc: the author 

editor, or publisher. 
Knight (t. Cornelia), 1757-1837. 

Autobiography, 1861. 

Description of Latium (La Campagna dl 
Roma), 1805. (Interesting.) 

Dinarbas (^ ,ontinuation of Jiasselas), 1770. 

Marcus Flaminius, 1790-92. 
Knight (Heni-y Galley), trc "'ler &r anti- 
quary, 1786-1846. 

Architectural 'lour in Normandy 1836. 

Ecclesiastical Architecture of Italy, 1842-44. 

Normans in Sicily, 1838. 
Knight (Richard Payne), of Herefordshire, 
1750-1824. 

Analytical Inquiry into the Principles of 
Taste, 1805. 

Inquiry into the Symbolical Language of 
Ancient Art and Mythology, 1818. 

Landscape (The), a didactic poem in three 
books, 1794. 

Nummi Veteres, 1830. 

Progress of Civil Society (a didactic poem in 
six books), 1796. 

Worship of Priapus, 1786. 
Knight, D.D. (Samuel), biographer, 1674-1746. 

Life of Dr. John Colet, 1724. 

Life of Erasmus, 1726. 
Knighton (Henry), chronicler, time Richard II. 

Compilatio de Eventibus Anglite a Tempore 
Regis Edgari usque Mortem Regis Ricardi 
Secundi, 1400. 
Knolles (Richard), historian, 1540-1610. 

History of the 'lurks, 1603 ; continued by sir 
Paul Rycaut, 1687-1700. (Much lauded by 
Dr. Johnson.) 



1244 



K.NOLLIS — LANDON. 



APPENDIX I. 



LAMB — LANDON. 



Knollis (Sir Francis), statesman, bom at Gray^ 

in Oxfordshire, 1530-1596. 
Treatise against the Usurpation of Papa^ 

Bishops, posthumous 1608. 
Knott (Edward), pseudonym "Matthias Wil- 
son," born in Northumberland, 1580-1656. 
Charity mistaken, 1630. 
Infidelity unmasked, 1652. 
Knowles (James Sheridan), dramatist, bom at 

Cork, in Ireland, 1784-1862. 
Idol demolished by its own Priest (The), a 

reply to cardinal Wiseman on transubstan- 

tiation, 1851. 
Rock of Rome (The), or the Arch-Heresy, 
1849. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Knox (John), born at Gifford Gate, in Scotland, 

1505-1572. 
Admonition (An), 1554. 
FaithfuU Admonition, 1554. 
First Blast of the Trumpet against the Mon- 
strous Regiment of Women, 1558. 
Fort for the Afflicted, etc., 1556. 
History of the Reformation ... in Scotland, 

posthumous 1584. 
What True Praier is, 1534. 

(His Life, bySmeaton, 1579; McCrie, 1812; 
Niemeyer, 1824; Laiug, 1847; T. Braudes, 
1863.) 
Knox (Robert), traveller, 1641-*. 
Historical Relation of the Island of Ceylon, 

1681. (A standard work.) 
Knox, M.D. (Robert), of Edinburgh, 1791-1862. 
Manual of Artistic Anatomy, 1852. 
Manual of Human Anatomy, 1853. 
Races of Men, 1850. 
Knox, D.D. (Vicesimus), London, 1752-1821. 
Christian Philosophy, 1795. 
Family Lectures, 1791, 
Liberal Education, etc., 1781. 
Moral and Literary Essays, 1778-79. 
Winter Evenings, 1788. 
Kynaston (Sir Francis), poet, of Shropshire, 

1587-1642. 
Corona Minervae (a masque), 1635. 
Leoline and Sydanis (a poetical romance), 

1642. 
Muses' Complaint (The), 1633. 

Laing (Alexander), Jioet, bora at Brechin, in 
Scotland, 1787-1857. 
Archie Allan, 1827. 
Thistle of Scotland (The), ancient ballade, 

1823. 
Wayside Flowers, 1846. 
Laing (Alexander Gordon), African traveller, 
of Edinburgh, 1794-1826. 
Travels, posthumous 1826. 
Laing (David), *-*. 

Early Metrical Tales, 1826. 

Fugitive Scottish Poetry (l7th century), 1823- 

1825, 1853. 
Select Remains of the Ancient Popular Poetry 
of Scotland, 1822. 
Laing (Malcolm), historian, bom in the Ork- 
neys, 1762-1818. 
History of Scotland, with Critical Dissertation 
on . . . Ossian, 1800. 
Lamb (Lady Caroline), maiden name Caroline 
Ponsonby, novelist, 1786-1828. 
Ada Reia. 



Glenarvon, 1816; a new canto, 1819. 
Graham Hamilton (a novel), 1822. 
Lamb (Charles), poet and assayist, London, 

1775-1834. 
Adventures of Ulysses, 1807. 
Essay on the Genius of Hogarth. (His best 

work.) 
Essays of Elia (a volume of essays under the 

pseudonym of " Elia "), 1st series, 1820- 

1822 ; 2nd series, 1823-25 ; last, 1833. (HiS 

most popular production.) 
John Woodvil (a tragedy), 1802. 
Last Essays, and Popular Fallacies, 1833. 
Mrs. Lacester's School. (With his sister 

Mary.) 
Old Blind Margaret (a tale), 1798. 
Poems, 1797. (With Coleridge.) 
Poems, posthumous 1836. 
Poetry for Children, 1809. 
Rosamond Gray (a tale), 1798. 
Tales from Shakespeare (i.e. the tales of 
Shakespeare's chief dramas), 1807. 

(His Life, by Talfourd, 1836.) 
Lambarde (William), topographical antiquary, 

London, 1536-1601. 
Archaionomia (ancient laws, books, and 

customs of the English), 1568. 
College of the Poor {i.e. Greenwich), 1576. 
Dictionarium Angliae Topographicum et His- 

toricum, posthumous 1730. 
Duties of Constables, etc., 1852. 
Eirenarcha, in two books (oflBcs of J.P.", 1581. 
Pandecta Rotulorum, 1601. 
Perambulation of Kent, 1570, 1576. (The first 

county history, and still a model of the 

class.) 
(His Life, added to the edition of his works, 

Chatham, 1826.) 
Lambert (Aylmer Bourke), botanist, 1761- 

1842. 
Description of the Genus Pinus, 1803-37. 
Illustration of the Genus Cinchona. 1797. 
Lankesteb (Edwin Ray), naturalist, London, 

1847- 
Comparative Longevity, 1871. 
Developmental History of the Mollusca, 1875. 
Monograph of the Fossil Fislies of the Old 

Red Sandstone of Great Britain, 1870. 
Landen (Jobn), mathematician, bom at Pea- 
kirk, near Peterborough, 1719-1790. 
Mathematical Lucubrations, 1755. 
Mathematical Memoirs, 1780, 1790. 
Residual Analysis, 1758, 1764. 
Lander (Richard), African traveller, bora at 

Truro, in Cornwall, 1804-1834. 
Journal of an Expedition to explore . . . the 

Niger, 1832. 
Records of Captain Clapperton's Last Expedi- 
tion in Africa, 1830. 
Lakdon (Letitia Elizabeth), Mrs. Maclean, 

poetess, under the initials " L. E. L," bom 

in London, 1802-1838. 
Duty and Inclination, 1838. 
Ethel Churchill (a novel), 1834. 
Fate of Adelaide (The), a Swiss tale in verse. 

1821. 
Francisca Carrara (a romance), 1834. 
Golden Violet (The), and other Poems, 1827. 
Improvisatrice (The), and other Poems, 1824. 
Lady Anne Granard (a novel), posthumoi^R 

1841. 



LAWDOR — IiAKDXKR. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



LANE — LARDNER. 



124S 



Lost Pleiad (The), 1829. 
Romance and Reality (a novel), 1832. 
Traits and Trials of Early Life (tales), 1836. 
Troubadour (The), and other Poems, 1825. 
Venetian Bracelet (The), and other Poems 

1829. 
Vow of the Peacock (The), 1835. 
Zenana (The), and minor Poems, posthumous 
1839. 

(Her Life, by Miss Roberts, 1839 ; L. Blan- 
chard, 1841.) 
StAMDOK (Walter Savage), poet, etc., born at 

Ipsley Court, in Warwickshire, 1775-1864. 
Admonition to Detractors, 1837. 
Andrea of Hungary (a drama), 1839. 
Count Julian, 1812. 
Dry Sticks fagoted, 1857. 
Examination of William Shakespeare (The), 

1834. 
Fra Ruperto, 1841. 
Gebir (a poem), 1798 ; translated into Latin, 

1813. 
Giovanni of Naples (a drama), 1839. 
Hellenics (The), 1847. 
Idyllia Heroica (in Latin), 1820. 
Imaginary Conversations of Greeks and Ro- 
mans, 1853. 
Imaginary Conversations of Literary Men, 

1824-28 ; second series, 1829. 
Imaginary Conversations ... on Italian 

Affairs, 1848. 
Last Fruit off an Old Tree, 1853. 
Latin Poems, 1824. 
Letters of an American (under the pseudonym 

of "Pottinger "), 1854. 
Letters of a Conservative, 1836. 
Pentameron and Pentalogia (The), 1837. 
Pericles and Aspasia, 1836. 
Poems, 1795. 

Poems from the Arabic, etc., 1800. 
Popery, British and Foreign, 1851. 
Simoniaca (a poem), 1806. 
Satire on Satirists, 1836. 

(His Life, by Foster, 1876; Sidney Colvin, 
1S81.) 

Lakdseer, R.A. (Charles), elder brother of Sir 
Edwin, 1799-1879. 
Clarissa Harlowe (in the Vernon Gallery); 
Departure of Charles II. in Disguise, 1842 ; 
Dorothea, 1828; The Monks of Melrose, 
1843 ; Return of the Dove to the Ark, 1844 
(Art Union prize picture). 

Landseer, R.A. (Sir Edwin), animal painter, 
London, 1813-1873. 
Bolton Abbey in the Olden Time ; Children of 
the Mist ; Collie Dogs, 1867 ; Deer-stalking, 
1861 ; Distinguished Member of the Royal 
Humane Society ; The Dog and the Shadow, 
1826; Dogs fighting, 1819; Dogs of St. 
Gothard, 1819 ; Doubtful Crumbs, 1859 ; The 
Drover's Departure ; The Dying Stag ; Even- 
ing Scene in the Highlands, 1868 ; Flood in 
the Highlands, 1861; Highland Breakfast, 
1834; Highland Music; Highland Nurses; 
Highland Whisky Still, 1830; High Life; 
Lady Emily Peel and her Favourite Dog, 
1857 ; A Lassie herding Sheep, 1832 ; The 
Lion and the Lamb, 1858; Four Bronze 
Lions cast for Nelson's Monument in Trafal- 
gar Square, London, 1867 ; Low Life ; Man 
proposes and God disppses, 1854 ; Morning ; 



Night ; The Old Shepherd's Chief Mourner, 
1837 ; Peace ; The Piper and Pair of Nut- 
crackers, 1852 ; Queen Victoria meeting 
Prince Albert oa his Return from Deer- 
stalking, 1860; The Random Shot; '1 he 
Return from Deer-stalking, 1860 ; The Re- 
turn from Hawking; Rough and Ready, 
1870; Saved; Shooting Deer on a Pass j 
The Shrew tamed, 1863 ; The Stag at Bay; 
The Trackers, 1849. 
Lane (Sir Richard), *-1650. 

Reports in the Court of Exchequer in the 
Reign of King James, posthumous 1657. 
Lanfbanc, archbishop of Canterbury, born at 
Pavia, in Italy, 1005-1089. 

De Corpora et Sanguine Domini Nostri, 1080. 

Opera Omnia, ex editione L. Dacherii, 1648. 
Langbaine (Gerard), born at Oxford, 1656-1692. 

Account of the English Dramatick Poets, 
1691. 

Lives, etc., of the English Dramatick Poets, 
1699. 

Momus Triumphans, or the Plagiaries of the 
English Stage exposed, 1688. 

New Catalogue of English Plays, 1688. (The 
only catalogue to be relied on.) 
Langford, LL.D. (John Alfred), ^oe^, etc., born 
at Birmingham, in Warwickshire, 1823- 

Century of Birmingham Life (A), 186s. 

Drama of Life (A), 1852. 

English Democracy, 1855. 

Lamp of Life (The), a poem, 1856. 

Modern Birmingham, 1874-77. 

Pleasant Spots, etc., 1862. 

Poems of the Fields, etc., 1860. 

Prison Books and their Authors, 1861. 

Religion and Education, 1852. 

Staffordshire and Warwickshire, 1874. 
Langhokne, D.D. (John), born in Westmore- 
land, 1735-1779. 

Translation of Plutarch's Lives, 1771. 

Poetical Works, 1766. 
Langland (William), poet, bom at Cleobury 
Mortimer, in Cheshire, 1332-1400. 

Vision of Piers Plowman (a satirical poem in 
alliterative verse), 1362. 
Lardner, LL.D. (Dionysius), bom in Dublin, 
1793-1859. 

Cabinet Cyclopedia (62 treatises by different 
authors), 1829-46. 

Cabinet Library (The), 1830-32. 

Discourse on the Advantages of Natural 
Philosophy, 1828. 

Handbook of Natural Philosophy and Astro- 
nomy, 1851-53. 

Lectures on the Steam Engine, 1828. 

Museum of Science and Art, 1853-56, 

Treatise on Algebraic Geometry, 1825. 

Treatise on Differential and Integral Calculus, 
1825. 
Lardner, D.D. (Nathaniel), bom at Hawk- 
hurst, in Kent, 1684-1768. 

Credibility of the Gospel History, 1727-57 ; 
supplement, 1756-57. (Invaluable.) 

Demoniacs of the New Testament (The), 1758. 

Jewish and Heathen Testimonies, 1764-67. 

Histories of the Apostles and Evangelists, 
1760. 
*** Paley's Evidences are borrowed whole- 
sale from these books. 

(His Life, by Kippis, 1738.) 



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LAT1IA31 — LBACn. 



APPENDIX I. 



LAURENCE — LEACH. 



Latham, M.D. (John), ornithologist, born at 
Eltbam. In Kent, 1740-1837. 

General History of Birds, 1821-24. 

General Syuopsia of Hirds, 1781-87. (Good.) 

Index Ornithologicus. 1791. 
Latham, M.D. (Robert Gordon), ethnologist, 
born at Billiugborough, iu Liucolnshire, 
1812- 

Dtscriptive Ethnology, 1659. 

English Grammar, 1843. 

English Language (The), 1855. 

Ethnology of Europe, 1852. 

Ethnology of the British Colonies, 1851. 

History and Etymology of the English Lan- 
guage. 

Man and his Migrations, 1851. 

Nationalities of Europe, 1863. 

Natural History of the Varieties of Man, 
1850. 

Norway and the Norwegians, 1840. (His 
first work.) 

Outlines of General Philology, 1878. 

Russian and Turlc (The), 1878. 
Latimer (Hugh), bishop of Worcester, born at 
Thurcaston, in Leicestershire, 1490-1555. 

Seven Sermons before Edward VI., posthu- 
mous 1562. 

Seven Sermons preached in Lincolnshire, post- 
humous 1571. 

Seven Sermons on the Lord's Prayer, posthu- 
mous 1562. 

Sermons en the Poughers, 1549. 

(His Life, by Gilpin, 1780; Watkins, 

1824.) 
Laud, D.D. (William), archbi&hop of Canter- 
bury, born at Reading, in Berkshire, 1573- 
1645. 

Autobiography, posthumous 1839. 

Diary, posthumous 1694. 

History of his Troubles and Trials, posthu- 
mous 1695-1700. 
(His Life, by Prynne, 1644 ; Heylyn, 1668 ; 

C. W. Lebas ; J. Parker, 1829 ; Lawson, 1829 ; 

Baines, 1855.) 
Lauder (George), poet, called the "Scottish 
Souldier," I7th century. 

Aretophel (an elegy on Walter, earl of Buc- 
cleugh), 1634. 

Breda Exultans (a poem on the Peace), 1667. 

Caledonia's Covenant. 1641. 

Souldier's Wish (The), 1628. 

Sunt Artibus Arma Decori, 1629. 

Tears on the Death of Evander, 1630. 

Tweed's Tears of Joy to .\iing Charles, 1639. 
Lauder (Sir Thomas Dick\ born near Edin- 
burgh, 1784-1848. 

Great Floods in Moray, 1829. 

Highland Rambles, 1837. 

Legendary Tales of the Highlands, 1841. 

Lochander (a romance), 1825. 

Tour round the Coast of Scotland, 1842. 

Wolf of Badenoch (The), 1827. 
JbAUDER (William), literary impostor, born in 
Scotland, 1710-1771. 

.Zssay on Milton's Use and Imitation of the 
Moderns, 1750. (I'his essay contains false 
quotations from Ivlasenius, Taubmann, and 
Staphorstius, with inteut of proving Milton 
a plagiarist.) 

Grand Impostor detected (The), 1754. (Ti.e 
confession of his imposition.) 



Laurence (Richard), archbishop of Cashel, 
1761-1838. 
Dissertation on the " Logos " of St. John, 

1808. 
Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration (The), 

1815. 
Efficacy of Baptism, 1816. 
Tracts, Theological and Critical, 1819. (Ad- 
mirable.) 
Lavington (George), bishop of Exeter, 1683- 
1762. 
Enthusiasm of Methodists and Papists com- 
pared (in three parts), 1749-51. (Much 
esteemed.) 
Law, D.D. (PJdmund), bishop of Carlisle, born 
at Cartmel, in Lancashire, 1703-1787. 
Considerations on the Theory of Religion, 

1745. (Very valuable work.) 
Enquiry into the Ideas of Space and Time, 

1735. 
Translation of King's Essay on the Origin of 
Evil, 1731. 
(His Life, by Dr. Paley, 1820.) 
Law (Rev. "William), born at Kingscliffe, in 
Northamptonshire, 1686-1761. 
Remarks on the Fable of the Bees, 1724. 

(One of the best essays in the language.) 
Serious Call, 1729. (His chief work.) 
Way to Divine Ivnowledge, 1752. 
(His Life, by R. Tighe, 1813.) 
Lawes (Henry), musical composer, 1600-1662. 
Ayres and Dialogues, 1653, 1655, 1698. 
Choice Psalmes put into Musick for Three 

Voices, 1648. 
Music to Milton's Comus, 1634. 
La WES (William), musical composer, 1598-1645. 

Psalms for Three Voices, 1648. 
Lawrence (Frederick), born at Bisham, in 
Berkshire, 1821-1867. 
Life of Fielding, 1855. 
Lawrence (Sir William), surgeon, bom at 
Cirencester, in Gloucestershire, 1783-1867. 
Comparative Anatomy, etc., 1819. 
Lectures on the Physiology, Zoology, and 
Natural History of Man, 1819. (This book 
was suppressed, and is scarce.) 
Treatise on Hernia, 1807. 
Treatise on Venereal Diseases of the Elye, 1830. 
(Very valuable.) 
Latamon, poet, priest of Emely, in Worcester- 
shire, 13th century. 
Brut d' Angle terre (The), a translation of 
Wace's Brut in Fremh. 
*:^* Sir Frederick Madden edited the entire 
chronicle for the Society of Antiquaries, 1847. 
It is probably the oldest specimen of native 
verse extant. The lines are in six or seven 
syllables ; sometimes they rhyme, but gener- 
ally the metre is alliterative only : thus — 
He gef seolver, he gef gold, 
He gef hors, he gef lond, 
Castles and cluthes eke. 
Latard (Austin Henry), born in Paris of Eng- 
lish parents, 1817- 
Mouuments of Nineveh, 1853. 
Nineveh and its Remains, 1848-49. (A stan - 
dard work.) 
Leach (Thomas), *-*. 

Cases of Crown-Law determined by the Twelve 
Judges in the Court of King's Bench, 1730- 
1755, 1815. (Highly esteemed.) 



LEACH — LEE. 



Bir.LIOGRAPIIICAL. 



LEE. 



1247 



liKACii, M.D. (William Elford), naturalist, 
born at Plymoutli, 1790-1836. 

Histor}' of tbe British Crustacea, 1815. 

Malacostraca Podophtbalma Britanuiae, 1817- 
1821. 

MoUusca of Great Britain arranged (The), 
lSi52. 

Systematic Catalogue of the Mammalia and 
Birds ... in the British Museum, 1816. 

Zoological Miscellany (The), 1814-17. 
Lea.de (Jane), mystic, 1623-1704. 

Fountain of Gardens, etc. (The), 1678-86. 

Heavenly Cloud now breaking (The), 1681. 

Revelation of God and His glory, 1665. 

Tree of Faith ( Phe), 1696. 

Kevelation of Revelations, 1683. 

Wars of King David, etc., 1680. 

"Wonders of God's Creation manifested, 1693. 
Leake (Stephen Martin), herald and anti- 
quary, 1702-1774. 

Life of Sir John Leake (admiral), 1750. 

Nummi Britannici Historia, 1726. 

Statutes of the . . . Order of the Garter, 1766. 

Statutes of the . . . Order of St. George, 1766. 
Lrakk (William Martin), 1777-1860. 

Journal of a Tour in Asia ]\Iinor, etc., 1824. 

Historical Outline of the Greek Revolution, 
1826. 

Numismata Hellenica, 1854. (Valuable.) 

Peloponnesiaca, 1844. (Supplement to 
"Travels in the Morea.") 

Researches in Greece, etc., 1814. 

Topography of Athens (The), 1821. 

Travels in Northern Greece, 1835, 1841. 

Travels in the Morea, 1830. 
Lhathes (Rev. Stanley), bom at Ellesborough, 
in Buckinghamshire, 1830- 

Ghristian Creed (The), its Theory and Prac- 
tice, 1873. 

Gospel its own "Witness (The), 1874. (A 
Hulsean Lecture.) 

Religion of Christ (The), 1874. (A Bampton 
Lecture.) 

Structure^of the Old Testament (The), 1873. 

Truth and Life, 1872. 

Witness of St. Paul to Christ, 1870. 

Witness of the Old Testament to Christ, 1863. 
(A Boyle Lecture.) 
Lecky (William Edward Hartpole), of Dublin, 
1838- 

History of England in the Eighteenth Century, 
1878. 

History of European Morals, 1869. 

History of Rationalism, 1865. 

History of the Rise and Influence of Ra- 
tionalism, etc., 1865. 

Ijeaders of Public Opinion in Ireland, 1861. 
Ledwioh (Edward), antiquary, Ireland, 1739- 
1823. 

Antiquities of Ireland, 1793. (Valuable). 
Lee, D.C.L. (Rev. Frederick George), poet, etc. 
born at Stantonbury, in Buckinghamshire, 
1832- 
Beauty of Holiness (The), 1860. 
Bells of Botteville Tower, and other Poems, 
1871. 

Book of the Epistles, 1867 ; of the Gospels, 
1867. 

Christian Doctrine of Prayer for the De- 
parted, 1872. 

Church mider Queen Elizabeth (The), 1880. 



Communion of the Church of Scotland, 1869. 
■ Death, Judgment, Hell, and Heaven (in four 
sermons), 1858. 

Dictionary of Liturgical and Ecclesiastical 
Terms, 1871. 

Directorium Anglicanum, 1865. 

Glimpses of the Supernatural. 1874, 1878. 

Glossary of Liturgical and Ecclesiastical 
Terms, 1876. 

Historical Sketch of the Reformation, 1879. * 

Gospel Message (The), 1860. 

King's Highway (The), and other Poems, 1866. 

Lyrics of Life and Light, 1874. 

Manual of Devotion for the Blessed Sacra- 
ment, 1866. 

Manuale Clericorum, 1874. 

Martyrs of Vienne and Lyons (The), 1861. 

Memorials of R. S. Hawker, 1876. 

Message of Reconciliation, 1859. 

Paraphrastica Expositis Articulorum Confes- 
sionis Anglicane, 1865. 

Petronilla, and other Poems, 1858. 

Poems, 1854. 

Rest in Death, 1872. 

Truth as it is in Jesus, 1868. 

Validity of the Holy Orders of the Church of 
England, 1869. 

Words from the Cross, 1856. 
Lee, R.A. (Frederic Richard), born at Barn- 
staple, in Devonshire, 1798- 

Avenue in Shobrook Park ; The Bay of Bis- 
cay ; The Broken Bridge ; Cressingham ; 
The Cover Side; A Devonshire Lane; A 
Devonshire Village ; A Fisherman's Haunt ; 
A Harvest Field ; The Land we live in, 
1867 ; The Mill ; Penshurst Avenue ; The 
Ploughed Field; Plymouth Breakwater; 
The Signal Station at Gibr iltar; The Silver 
Pool ; View of Garibaldi's Residence ; View 
of Gibraltar ; A Village Green ; A Water- 
ing Place. 
Lke (Harriet), novelist, London. 1756-1851. 

Canterbury Tales, 1797-1805. (With her 
sister Sophia.) 
Lee (Henry), of Virginia, U.S., 1756-1816. 

Memoirs of the War in ihe Southern . . 
States, 1809. (An excellent work.) 
Lee (James), botanist. Hammersmith, 1730- 
1795. 

Introduction to the Linnjean System of Bo- 
tany, 1760. (Much esteemed.) 
Lee (John Edward), geologist, born at New- 
land, near Hull, 1808- 

Isca Silqrum, 1862. 

Roman Imperial Photographs, 1874; and 160 
Profiles, 1874. 

Translations of Dr. Keller's LaJce Dwellings, 
1866; and C. Merk's Excavations at the 
Ket^slerloch, 1876. 
Lee (Nathaniel), dramatist, boiii at Hatfield, in 
Hertfordshire, 1657-1691. 

*,* For his 15 dramas, see Appendix III. 
Lee, O.i). (Samuel), orientalist, born at Long- 
nor, in Shropshire, 1783-1852. 

Book of Job, 1837. 

Events and Times of the Visions of Daniel, 
etc., 1851. (Well esteemed.) 

Hei-trew. Chaldaic, and English Lexicon. 1844. 

Hebrew Grammar, 1827. 

Sermons on the Study of the Holy Scr-';>.ure9 
1830. 



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LEF. — LEI^ND. 



APrENDIX I. 



LEIGIITON — LELAND. 



Travels of Ibn Batuta, 1833. 

Visions of Daniel, 1851. 
IjEE (Sophia), novelist, London, 1750-1824. 

Chapter of Accidents, 1780. 

(^Canterbury Tales with her sister Harriet.) 
Lke, D.D. (William), born in Ireland, 1815- 

Inspiratiori of Holy Scripture, 1852. (Don- 
nelan Lectures.) 

Introductory Lectures on Ecclesiastical His- 
tory, 1858. 
Leech (John), artist, London, 1817-1864; 
known by his contributions to Punch. 

Pictures of Life and Character, 1854. 

Rising Generation (The), 1848. 
Lkes (Edwin), botanist and naturalist, bom at 
Worcester, 1800- 

Affinities of Plants and Animals. 

Botany of Worcestershire, 1868. 

Forest and Chase of Malvern, etc., 1877. 
Lees, Phil. Doc. (Frederic Richard), born at 
Meanwood Hall, near Leeds, 1815- 

Argument for the Suppression of the Liquor 
Traffic, 1856. (100 guinea prize.) 

Metaphysics of Owenism dissected (The), 
1837. 

Science of Symbolism, etc., 1 845. 

Temperance Bible Commentary (The), 1866. 
(With D. Burns.) 

Text-book of Temperance (The), 1863. 

Truth-seeker in Literature, etc. (The), 1845- 
1850. 
Leidt, LL.D. (Joseph), naturalist, born in 
Philadelphia, U.S., 1823- 

Extinct Mammalian Fauna of the Dakota, 
etc. (The), 1870. 

Extinct Vertebrate Fauna of the Western 
Territories. 1873. 
Ltagk (Charles), naturalist, of Lancashire, 
1650-1710. 

Natural History of Lancashire, CHieshire, and 
the Peak in Derbyshire, 1700. 

Phthisiologia Lancastriensis, 1694. 
Leigh (Sir Edward), of Leicestershire, 1602- 
1671. 

Annotations on the Poetical Books of the Old 
Testament, 1657. 

Critica Sacra, 1639. (An excellent work.) 

Observations Concerning the Twelve Csesars, 
1635. 

Observations on all the Kings of England, 
1662. 

Treatise of Religion and Learning, 1656. 
Leighton, R.A. (Sir Frederick), president of 
the Royal Academy, born at Scarborough, 
1830- 

Acme and Septimius, 1868 ; Actsea, 1868 ; 
After Vespers, 1872 ; Antique Juggling 
Girl, 1874 ; Ariadne abandoned by Theseus, 
1868 ; Cadiz, 1867 ; Capri (Paganos), 1861 ; 
Capri (Sunrise), 1860 ; Cimabue, 1855 
(bought by the queen) ; Cleobulos instruct- 
ing his Daughter, 1871 ; Clytemnestra 
watching for Ag.imemnon's Return. 1874; 
Condottiere, 1872; Daedalus and Icarus, 
1869; Dante in Exile, 1864; The Daph- 
nephoria, 1876 ; David, 1865 ; A Dream, 
1861; The Duet, 1862; An Eastern 
Slinger scaring Birds, 1875 ; Electra at 
the Tcmb of Agamemnon, 1869 ; Elisha, 
1881 ; Elisha riising the Shunammite's 
fion, 1881 ; Ihe Fisherman and the Syren, 



1858 ; A Girl feeding Peacocks, 1863 ; 
A Girl with a Basket of Fruit, 1863; 
Golden Hours, 1864 ; Greek Girls picking 
up Pebbles, 1871 ; Helen of Troy, 1865 ; 
Helios and Rhodos, 1869 ; Hercules wres- 
tling with Death, 1871 ; Idyll, 1881 ; Indus- 
trial Arts of Peace, 1873 ; lostephane, 1880 ; 
An Italian Crossbowman, 1&63; Jezebel 
and Ahab, 1863; Jonathan's Token to 
David, 1868; The Knucklebone Player, 
1867 ; La Vanna, 1859 ; The Light of tho 
Hareem, 1880; Little Fatima, 1875; Mi 
chael Angelo nursing his Dying Servant, 
1862 ; A Moorish Garden, 1874 ; Mother 
and Child, 1860 ; The Music Lesson, 1877 ; 
Nausicaa, 1878; A Nile Woman, 1878; 
Odalisque, 1862 ; Old Damascus, 1874 ; Or- 
pheus and Eurydice, 1864; The Painter's 
Honeymoon, 1866 ; A Pastoral, 1867 ; Sa- 
vonia, 1859; Psamathe, 1880; A Roman 
Mother, 1867; Romeo and Juliet, 1858; Sea 
Echoes, 1862; Sisters, 1862 ; A Sister's Kiss, 
1880 ; Spanish Dancing Girls, 1867 ; The Star 
of Bethlehem, 1862; St. Jerome, 1869 ; Sum- 
mer Moon, 1872 ; Sunny Hours, 1859 ; 
Syracusan Bride, 1866; The Triumph of 
Music, 1856 ; A Venetian Girl, 1875 ; Venus 
unrobing, 1867; Weaving the Wreath, 
1873; Whispers, 1881; The Widow's 
Prayer, 1865 ; Winding the Skein, 1878. 
Leighton (Robert), archbishop of Glasgow,l611- 
1684- 

Commentary of the First Epistle of St. Peter, 
posthumous 1693. 

Posthumous Tracts, 1708. 

Prajlectiones Theologicas, posthumous 1693. 

Rules for a Holy Life, posthumous 1708. 

Sermons, posthumous 1692. 
(His Life, by W. Wilson, D.D., 1746 ; G, 

Jerment, 1808 ; Pearson, 1825 ; Burnet.) 
Leland (Charles Godfrey), of Philadelphia, 
U.S., 1824- 

Egyptian Sketch-book (The), 1873. 

English Gipsies and their Language (The), 
1873. 

English Gipsy Songs, 1875. 

Fu-Sang, or the Discovery of America by 
Buddhist Priests, 1875. 

Hans Breitmann's Ballads, 1867, 1870. 

Legends of Birds, 1864. 

Meister Karl's Sketch-book, 1855. 

Music Lessons of Confucius (The), and other 
Poems, 1870. 

Poetry and Mystery of Dreams (The), 1855. 

Sunshine in Thought, 1862. 
Leland (John), antiquary, 1506-1552. 

Assertio Inclytissimi Arturii Regis Britannia, 
posthumous 1554. 

Commentarii de Scriptoribus Britannicis, post- 
humous 1709. 

De Rebus Britannicis Collectanea, posthu- 
mous 1715, 

Genethliacon Illustrissimi Eduardi Principia 
Cambriaj, 1543. 

Itinerary of England, posthumous 1710-12. 

Laudatio I'acis, 1546. 

Naeniae in Mortem Henrici Duddolegi Equi- 
tatis, 1544 ; Thomae Viati Equitatis, 1542. 

Principum ac Illustrium Aliquot ... in 
Anglia Virorum Encomia, posthumous 
1589. 



LELAXD LEVER. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL 



LESLIE — LEVEH. 



1249 



Serche for Englandes Antiquitees, 1549. 
(His liife, by Huddesford, 1772.) 
Lklaxd, D.D. (John), dissenting minister, 
bom at Wigan, in Lancashire, 1691-1766. 

Advantage and Necessity of the Christian 
Religion (The), 1764. 

Christianity as Old as Creation, 1733. 

Defence of Christianity, 1740. 

Divine Authority of the [Bible], 1739-40. 

View of the Principal Deistical Writers, 1754. 
Leland, D.D. (Thomas), of Dublin, 1722-1785. 

History of Ireland, 1773. (Much praised.) 

History of Philip of Macedon, 1758. 
Lkmon (Mark), London, 1809-1870. 

Christmas Hamper (A), a novel, 1859. 

Enchanted Doll (The), a novel, 1849. 

Falkner Lyle (a novel), 1866. 

Jest-Book (a compilation of anecdotes), 1864. 

Loved at Last (a novel), 1864. 

Wait for the End (a novel), 1863. 

(And 60 dramatic pieces.) 
Lkmpriere, D.D. (John), bom at Jersey, a 
Channel Isle, 1760-1824. 

Classical Dictionary, 1788. (Once a standard 
work.) 

Universal Biography, 1808. 
Lk Neve (John), London, 1679-1741. 

Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1716. 

Lives, etc., of the Protestant Bishops of the 
Church of England, 1720. 

Monumenta Anglicana, 1717-19. 
Lennox (Charlotte), novelist, bom in New 
York, U.S., 1720-1864. 

Novels and Histories on which the Plays of 
Shakespeare are founded, 1753-54. 
Lknnox (Lord William Pitt), 1799-1881. 

Adventures of a Man of Family, 1864. 

Compton Audley, 1841. 

Drafts on my Memory, 1865. 

Fifty Years' Biographical Eeminiscences, 
1863. 

Merrie England, its Sports and Pastimes, 1857, 
1863. 

Percy Hamilton, 1852. 

Philip Courtenay, 1857. 

Pictures of Sporting Life ace* Character, 1859. 

Recreations of a Sportsman, 1862. 

Story of my Life (The), 1857. 

Tuft Hunters, 1843. 
Lesley (John), bishop of Ross, bom in Scot- 
land, 1527-1596. 

Defence of Marie Quene of Scotland, 1569. 

De Origine Moribus et Rebus Gestis Scotorum, 
1578. 

De Titulo et Jure Mariae Scotorum Reginae, 
1580. 
Leslie (Rev. Charles), of Ireland, 1650-1722. 

Short and Easy Method with Deists, 1694. 
Leslie, R.A. (Charles Robert), London, 1794- 
1859. 

Anne Page and Master Slender, 1819 ; May- 
day in the Reign of Elizabeth, 1821 ; Sancho 
Panza and the Duchess, 1824 (his best pic- 
ture) ; Sir Roger de Coverley going to 
Church, 1819 ; Uncle Toby and the Widow, 
1831. 

Autobiographical Recollections (edited by 
Tom Taylor), 1866. 

Handbook for Young Painters, 1845. 

Life of Constable, 1845. (A first-class bio- 
graphy.) 



Leslie, R.A. (George Dunlop), born at St. 
John's Wood, 1835- 

All is not Gold that Glitters, 188 J; Bethle- 
hem, 1860; Celia's Harbour, 1869; Cla- 
rissa, 1866 ; The Country Cousins, 1867 ; 
Cupid's Curse, 1869 ; The Defence of La- 
thom House, 1865 ; Pilopement (18th cent.), 
1872 ; The Empty Sleeve, 1868 ; The Fast- 
day at the Convent, 1861 ; Five o'clock, 
1874 ; The Flower and the Leaf, 1864 ; The 
Fountain, 1873 ; The Hen and Chickens, 
1881; Home News, 1868; Home, Sweet 
Home, 1878 ; The Lass of Richmond Hill, 
1877 ; Lavender, 1876 ; Lavinia, 1872 ; 'ihe 
Lost Carkanet, 1863; Matilda, 1860; My 
Duty towards my Neighbour, 1876 ; Nau- 
Bicaaandher Maidens, 1871 ; The Natbrown 
Maid, 1874 ; On the Banks of the Thames, 
1874; The Path from the River, 1875 ; Pot 
Pourri, 1874 ; The Rose Harvest, 1867 ; 
Roses, 1876; Say Ta! 1864; School Re- 
visited, 1875 ; A Summer Song, 1862 ; Ten 
Minutes to decide, 1867; Violet, 1876; 
The War Summons, 1863 ; Willow, Willow. 
1867. 
Leslie (Sir John), bom at Largo, in Fifeshire, 
Scotland, 1766-1832. 

Elements of Geometry, 1809. 

Inquiry into the Nature and Propagation of 
Heat, 1804. (Valuable.) 

Philosophy of Arithmetic, 1817. 

(His Life, by Macvey Napier, 1834.) 
Lestkange (Sir Roger), born in Norfolk, 1616- 
1704. 

Brief History of the Times (A). 1687. 

Memento, 1662. 

Public Intelligencer, 1665. 

Translation of .^Esop's Fables, 1692 ; and of 
Josephus, 1702. 
Lettsom, M.D. (John Coakley), bora in the 
West Indies, 1744-1815. 

Life of Fothergill, 1783. 

Natural History of the Tea Tree, 1772. 

Naturalist's and Traveller's Companion, 1772. 
(His Life, by T. J. Pettigrew, 1817.) 
Lettsom (William Nanson), 1796-1865. 

Translated in English verse the Nibelungeu' 
lied (called the " German Iliad "), 1850. 
Lever (Charles James), novelist, born in Dub« 
lin, 1809-1872. 

Barrington, 1863. 

Bramleighs of Bishop's Folly (The), 1868. 

Charles O'Malley, 1841. 

Con Gregan, or the Irish Gil Bias, 1850. 

Daltons (The), 1852. 

Davenport Dunn, 1859. 

Day's Ride (A), 1863. 

Diary of Horace Templeton, 1861. 

Dodd Family Abroad (The), 1854. 

Fortunes of Glencore (The), 1857. 

Harry Lorrequer, 1839. 

Jack Hinton, 1842. 

Knight of Gwynne (The), 1847. 

Lord Kilgobbin, 1872. 

Luttrel of Arran, 1865. 

Martin of Cro' Martin, 1856. 

O'Donoghue (The), 1845. 

Paul Gosslett's Confession, 1871. 

Roland Cashel, 1849. 

bu Srooke Fosbrooke, 1866. 

That Boy of Korcott's, 1869. 

41 



125(y 



LEVI — LIGHTPOOT. 



APPENDIX I. 



LEWie — LIGHTFOOT. 



Tom Burke of Ours, 1844. 
Tony Butler, 1865. 
Levi (David), Hebraist, London, lUO-1799. 
Defence of the Old Testament, 1797. 
Dissertation on the Prophecies of the Old 

Testament, 1793. 
Lingua Sacra, 1785-89. (Valuable.) 
Pentateuch in Hebrew and English, 1789. 
Ritea and Ceremonies of the Jews, 1783. 
Lewes (George Henry), London, 1817-1878. 
Aristotle, 1861. 

Biographical History of Philosophy, 1847. 
Comte's Philosophy of the Sciences, 1859. 
Life of Goethe, 1859. (The best " Life.") 
Life of Robespierre, 1850. 
Noble Heart (The), a tragedy, 1850. 
Physical Basis of Mind, 1877. 
Physiology of Common Life, 1860. 
Problems of Life and Mind, 1873-76. 
Ranthorpe (a tale), 1847. 
Rose, Blanche, and Violet, 1848. 
Seaside Studies, 1859. 
Spanish Drama (The), 1846. (Lope de Vega 

and Calderon.) 
Studies in Animal Life, 1861. 
Lewin (Thomas), 1805-1877. 
Cfflsar's Invasion of Britain, 1862. 
Jerusalem, a Sketch of the City and Temple, 

1861. 
Life and Epistles of St. Paul, 1851. 
Lewis (Sir George Cornewall), historian, etc., 

born in Radnorshire, 1806-1863. 
Astronomy of the Ancients, 1861. 
Dialogue on the Best Form of Government, 

1863. 
Glossary of Herefordshire Provincial Words, 

1839. 
Influence of Authority in Matters of Opinion, 

1849. 
Inquiry into the Credibility of the Early 

Roman History, 1855. 
On Local Disturbances in Ireland, etc., 1836. 
On the Government of Dependencies, 1841. 
Origin and Formation of the Romance Lan- 
guages, 1835. 
Remark on the Use and Abuse of Political 

Terms, 1832. 
Treatise on the Method of Observation, etc., 

in Politics, 1852. 
Lewis (Rev. John), " of Margate," antiqiiary, 

bom at Bristol, 1675-1746. 
Antiquity and Use of Seals in England, 1736. 
Apology for the Church of England, 1714. 
Complete History of the Several Translations 

of the Bible into English, 1739. 
History and Antiquities of Faversham Church, 

Kent, 1727. 
History and Antiquities of the Isle of Tenet, 

in Kent, 1723. 
History of Anabaptism, 1738. 
I>ife and Sufferings of Wickliffe, 1720. 
Life of Bishop Pecocke, 1744. 
Life of Mayster Wyllyam Caxton, 1737. 
WioklifFe's Translation of the New Testa- 
ment, 1731. 
Lewis (Matthew Gregory), called "Monk 

Lewis," novelist and playwright, London, 

1775-1818. 
Alphonso, King of Castile, 1801. 
Captive (The), a melodrama, posthumous 



Castle Spectre (The), a dramatic romance, 

1797. 
Monk (The), a romance, 1795, 
Tales of Terror, 1799. 
Tales of Wonder, 1801. 
Timour the Tartar (a melodrama), 1812. 
Lewis (Mrs.), maiden name Estelle Anna Del- 
monte-Robinson, pseudonym " Stella," 
poetess, etc., born at Baltimore, U.S., 1*34- ' 
iJelemar (a tragedy), 1860. 
King's Stratagem (The), a tragedy, 1873. 
Sappho (a tragedy), 1875. 
Lewis (Samuel), topographer, 1799-1854. 
Topographical Dictionary of England, 1831- 

1833. 
Topographical Dictionary of Ireland, 1837. 
Topographical Dictionary of Scotland, 1846. 
Topographical Dictionary of Wales, 1833. 
Lewis (Taylor), born at Northumberland, in 
the State of New York, U.S., 1802-1877. 
Science and the Bible, 1856. 
Six Days of Creation, etc. (The), 1855. 
Lewis (Lady Theresa), 1803-1865. 
Clarendon and his Contemporaries, 1852. 
Journals and Correspondence of Miss Berry, 
1865. 
Lewis (Thomas), Hebraist, 1634-1730. 
History of the Parthian Empire, 1728. 
Origines Hebrjea, 1724-25. 
Scourge (The), 1717, 1720. 
Lewis, M.D. (William), *-1781. 
Experimental History of the Materia Medica, 
1768. 
Letboukn (William), *-1690. 
Art of Dyalling, posthumous 1700. 
Curaus Mathematicus, 1690. 
Panarithmologia, 1693. 
Letden, M.D. (John), poet, etc., bom in Scot- 
land, 1775-1811. 
Discoveries and Travels in Africa, 1799. (A 

valuable work.) 
Poems and Ballads, posthumous 1858. 
Poetical Remains, posthumous 1819. 
Scottish Descriptive Poems, 1803. 

(His Life, by Rev. J. Morion, 1819 ; sir 
Walter Scott, 1858.) 
Liddel, M.D. (Duncan), of Aberdeen, 1561-1613. 
Artis Conservandi Sanitatem, posthumous 
1651. 
(His Life, by J. Stuart, 1790.) 
LiDDELL, D.D. (Henry George), 1811- 
Greek Lexicon, 1843. (With Scott.) 
History of Rome, 1855. 
LiDDON, D.D. (Henry Parry), born at Stonoham, 
in Hampshire, 1829- 
Divinityof . . . Jesus Christ (The), 1866. (A 

Bampton Lecture.) 
Lenten Sermons, 1858. 
LiGHTFOOT, D.D. (John), bom at Stoke, in Staf- 
fordshire, 1602-1675. 
Battell with a Wasp's Nest, 1649. 
Description of the Temple Service in the 

Dayes of Christ, 1650. 
Eurubhim, 1629. 

Harmony of the Gospels, 1644-50. 
Horaj Hebraicae et Talmudica?, 1648. (His 
chief work, but all of his works are admii- 
able.) 
LiGHTFOOT (John), ftotonisi, bom in Gloucester- 
shire, 1735-1788. 
Flora Scoticje, 1775. (Valuable.) 



LIGUTFOOT — LINTON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. lixdsay— lixton. 



1251 



LiGHTFOOT, D.D. (Joseph Barber), bishop of 
Durham, born at Liverpool, 1828- 
St. I\iul'3 Epistle to the Colossians, 1875; 
Coriuthians, 1869 ; Galatians, 1865 ; Philip- 
pians, 1868. 
LiLBUENE (John), born in Durham, 1618-1657. 
England's ^'ew Chains discovered, 1649. 
Truth's Victory over Tyrants, 16i9. 
LiLLO (George), dramatic author, London, 
1693-1739. 
%• For his plays, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Thomas Davies.) 
LiLLT (John), called " The Euphuist," dramatic 
author, born in Kent, 1553-1601. 
Alexander and Campaspe (a play), 1584. 
(6) Court Comedies, 1632. 
Endymion, the Man in the Moone (a play), 

1591. 
Euphues (a description of character), 1581. 
Euphuesand his England, 15»2. 
Euphues' Shadow, 1592, (Ascribed to T. 

Lodge, q.v.) 
Euphues and Lucilla, published 1716. 
Gallathea (a play), 1592. 
Love's Metamorphosis (a pastoral), 1601. 
Maydes Metamorphoses (The), 1600. 
Midas (a play), 1592. 
Mother Bonibie (a play), 1594. 
Sapho and Phao (a play), 1591. 
Woman in the Moone (The), a mythological 
drama, 1597. 
LttLT (William), astrologer, bom in Leicester- 
shire, 1602-1681. 
Christian Astrology (in three books), 1659. 
Collection of the Prophecies which concern 

these Times, 1645. 
Compleat Book of Fortune (The), posthumous 

1728. 
Merlinus Anglicus, Junior, 1644. 
Monarchy and no Monarchy in England, 1651. 
Starry Messenger (The), 1645. 
World's Catastrophe (The), 1647. 

(His Life, by himself, published 1715.) 
Lilt (William), grammarian, bom in Hamp- 
shire, 1466-1523. 
Antibossicon, 1521. 

Brevissima Institutio (Lily's Grammar), 1513. 
Fairest Fairing (The), posthumous 1776. 
LiNACKE, M.D. (Thomas), born at Canterbury, 
1460-1524. 
De Emendata Structura Latini Sermonls (six 

books), 1524. 
De Temperamentis, 1521. 
Methodus Medendi, 1519. 
Translation of Galen's Be Sanitate, 1517. 
(His Life, by J. N. Johnson, 1854.) 
LiXDLET, Ph.D. (John), botanist, born at Cattun, 
near Norwich, 1799-1865. 
Collectanea Botanica, 1821. 
Descriptive Botany, 1858. 
Digitalium Monographia, 1821. 
First Principles of Botany, 1836. 
First Principles of Horticulture, 1832. 
Flora Medlca, 1838. 
Folia Orchidacea, 1852-55. 
Fossil Flora of Great Britain, 1831-37. (With 

Hutton.) 
Genera and Species of Orchidaceous Plants, 

1837-38. 
Iconea Plantarum Sponte China Nascentium, 
1821. 



Introduction to Botany, 1835. 

Introduction to the Natural System of Botany, 

1830. 
Introduction to the Structure and Physiology 

of Plants, 1832. 
Ladies' Botany, 1848. 
Medical Botany, 1849. 
Pomologia Britannica, 1841. 
Rosarum Monographia, 1820. 
School Botany, 1849. 
Synopsis of British Flora, 1829. 
Theory, etc., of Horticulture, 1840. 
Vegetable Kingdom (The), 1846. (A standard 
work.) 
Lindsay (Sir David), called " Lindsay of the 
Mount," poet, born at Garmylton, in Scot- 
land, 1490-1554. 
Booke ... of Armes, 1542. 
Complaynt of the King's Papyngo, 1538. 
Deploration of Queen Magdalene, 1536. 
Dialog betuix Experience and ane Courteour, 

1554. 
Dreme (The), 1528. 

Historie of bquyer William Meldram, 1550. 
Monarchie (The), 1653. 
Plesant Satyre of the Three Estaitis, 1540. 
Testament of the Papyngo (The), 1530. 
Tragedie of Fader David [Beatoun], 1558. 
(His Life, by Chalmers, 1816.) 
LrNDSAT (Alexander William Crawford, lord), 
1812- 
Edom and the Holy Land, 1838. 
Lives of the Lindsays, 1849. 
Sketches of the History of Christian Art, 1847. 
LiXD-iET (Rev. Theophilus), of Cheshire, 1723- 
1808. 
Apology for resigning the Cure of Catterick, 

1774 ; the Sequel, 1776. 
Historical View of the State of the Unitarian 

Doctrine and Worship, 1783. 
Vindiciae Priestleianse, 1788. 
(His Life, by T. Belsham, 1812.) 
LiNGAKD, D.D. (John), bom at Winchester, 
1771-1851. 
Antiquities of the Saxon Church, 1806. 
History of England (from Caan&r to William 
and Mary), 1819-30. 
(His Memoirs, by canon Tierney, 1855.) 
LiNTOx (Mrs.), maiden name Eliza Lynn, wife 
of W. J. Linton, novelist, bom at Keswick, 
in Cumberland, 1822- 
Amymone, a romance (time, Pericles), 1848. 
Atonement of Learn Dundas, 1876. 
Azeth, the Egyptian, 1846. (Her first novel.) 
Grasp your Nettle, 1865. 
Lake Country (The), 1864. 
Lizzie Lorton of Greyrigg, 1866. 
Mad Willoughbys (The), 1876. 
" My Love ! " 1881. 
Ourselves, 1867. 
Patricia Kemball, 1874. 
Realities (a btory of modem times), 1851. 
Rebel of the Family, 1880. 
Sowing the Wind, 1866. 
Trae History of Joshua Davidson (The), 1872. 
Tinder which Lord? 1879. 
^^itch Stories, 1861. 
With a Silken Thread, 1880. 
World Well Lost (The), 1877. 
Linton (William James), London, 1812- 
Claribel, and other Poems. .^865. 



1252 LIPPINCOTT — I.OCKHART. APPENDIX I. 



LLOYD — LOCKHART. 



History of "Wood Engraving, 1858. 

Life of Paine, 1866. 

"Works of Deceased British Artists, 1860. 
Lii'PiNCOTT (Mrs.), maiden name Sara Jane 
Clarke, pseudonym "Grace Greenwood," 
born at Pompey, 1823- 

Forest Tragedy, and other Tales, 1856. 

Greenwood Leaves, 1850-52. 

Haps and Mishaps, etc., 1858. 

History of my Pets, 1850. 

Merrle England, 1855. 

New Life in New Jiands, 1873. 

Poems, 1851. 

Recollections of my Childhood, 1851. 

Stories and Legends of Travel, 1858. 

Stories and Sights in France, etc., 1867. 

Stories from Famous Ballads, 1860. 

Stories of Many Lands, 1867. 
Ijtpscomb, M.D. (George), antiquary, *-*. 

History and Antiquities of the County of 
Buckingham, 1831-43. 

Journey into Cornwall (A), 1799. 

Journey into South Wales, 1799. 
LiSTEE, M.D. (Martin), naturalist, bom in 
Buckinghamshire, 1638-1684. 

De Cochleis, etc., 1685. 

De Fontibus Medicates, 1682. 

Historia sive Synopsis Conchyliorum, 1685-93. 
(A standard work.) 

Historiae Animalium Angliaa Tres Tractatus, 
1678. 
LiSTON, M.R.C.S. (Robert), bom at Eccles- 
machan, in Scotland, 1794-1848. 

Elements of Surgery, 1831. 

Practical Surgery, 1837. 
LiTHGOW (William), foot traveller, born in 
Lanarkshire, Scotland, 1583-1640. 

Adventures, 1632. 

Pilgrimes Farewell to . . . Scotland (a poem), 
1618. 

Scotland's Teares (for James I.), 1625. 

Scotland's Welcome to King Charles, 1633. 
LiTTLB (William), called " William of New- 
bury," chronicler, 1128-1198. 

History of England from the Conquest to his 
own Times. (One of the best of the chron- 
icles. He rejects the fable of Brutus and 
the Trojan descent of our race.) 
Littleton, D.D. (Adam), bora in Shropshire, 
1627-1694. 

Latin and English Dictionary, 1678. (Noted 
for the blunder " concurro, to condog," a 
pun between -cur and -dog.) 
Littleton (Sir Phomas). See Lyttelton. 
"Livingstone (Dr. David), African traveller, 
born at Blantyre, in Scotland, 1817-1873. 

Exploration of the Zambesi, 1865. 

Missionary Travels and Researches in South 
Africa, 1857. 
(His Life, by W. G. Blaikie, 1881.) 
Llewellyn, M.D. (Martin), poet, 1616-1680. 

Elegy on the Death of Henry, Duke of Glou- 
cester, 1660. 

Marrow of the Muses (The), 1661. 

Men, Miracles, and other Poems, 1656. 

Wickham wakened, 1672. 
kjLoTB (Rev. David), of Wales, 1625-1691. 

Countess of Bridgewater's Ghost (The), 1663. 
(He was imprisoned for this.) 

History of Plots and Conspiracies, 1664. 

Legend of Captain Jones, 1636. (A capital 
burlesque). 



Life of General Monk, 1660. 
Memoires of those who Suffered for the Pro- 
testant Faith, 1637-66. 
Statesmen and Favourites of England, 1665. 
Wonders no Miracles, 1666. 
Lloyu (Henry Humphrey Evans), militar-^ 

historian, of Wales, 1729-1783. 
Introduction to the History of the War In 

Germany, 1781. (The war referred to is 

that of 1756.) 
Memoir on the Invasion and Defence of Great 

Britain, 1798. 
Lloyd, D.D. (Humphrey), Dublin, 1800- 
Magnetical and Meteorological Observations, 

1865-69. 
Magnetical Observatory of Dublin, 1842. 
Miscellaneous Papers on Physical ticieace^ 

1877. 
Power of the Keys (The), 1873. 
Treatise on Light and Vision, 1831. 
Treatise on Magnetism, 1874. 
Treatise on the Wave Theory of Light, 1870. 
Lloyd (Rev. Nicholas), born in Flintshire, 

North Wales, 1634-1680. 
Dictionarium Historicum, etc., 1670. 
Llwyd (Edward), antiquary, of Wales, 1660- 

1709. 
Archa;ologia Britannica, 1707. 
Liihophylacii Britannici Iconographia, 1699. 
Llwyd (Humphrey), antiquary, of Wales, 

*-1570. 
Commentarioli Britannicae Descriptionis 

Fragmentum, 1572. 
Lock (Matthew), musical composer, born at 

Exeter, 1635-1677. 
Music in Macbeth, 1672. 
Locker (Frederick), 1821- 
London Lyrics, 1857. 
Patchwork, 1879. 
Locke (John), philosopher, born at Wrington, 

in Somersetshire, 1632-1704. 
Adversariorum Methodus, 1686. 
Essay on the Huiaan Understanding (to prove 

there are no innate ideas), 1670-87 ; printed 

1690. (A book of profound thought.) 
Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures (The), 1690. 
(3) Letters on Toleration, 1667, 1689, 1692. 
Method of a Commonplace Book, 1685. 
Of the Conduct of the Understanding, 1706. 
On Education, 1693. 

On the Reasonableness of CJhristianity, 1695. 
On Toleration, 1689. 
Thoughts on Education, 1693. 
Treatise on Civil Government, 1690. 

(His Life, by Le Clerc, 1713; lord King, 
1829 ; Fox Boume, 1876 ; T. Fowler, 1881.) 
Locker (Arthur), bom in Greenwich Hospital, 

1828- 
On a Coral Reef, 1869. 
Sir Godwin's Folly, 1864. 
Stephen Scudamore, 1868. 
Sweet Seventeen, 1866. 
Village Surgeon (The), 1874. 

*^* Editor of The Graphic. 
LocKHART (John Gibson), born at Cambusne- 

than, in Scotland, 1794-1854. 
Adam Blair (a story of Scottish life^, 1822. 
Essay on Cervantes, 1822. 
Life of Burns, 1828. 
Life of Napoleon, 1830. 
Life of Scott, 1837-39. 
Matthew Wald (a novel), 1824. 



LOCK YE R — LOUDOX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. i.oomis— loudon. 



1253 



Peter's Letters to his Kinsfolk, 1819. (With 

WUson.) 
Reginald Dalton (a tale of University life), 

1824. 
Spanish Ballads, 1823. (Very popular.) 
Valerius (a Roman story), 1821. 

(His Memoirs, by Dr. R. S. Mackenzie, 
1855.) 
LoCKVER (Joseph Norman), astronomer, born 

at Rugby, in Warwickshire, 1836- 
Contributions to Solar Physics, 1873. 
Elementary Astronomy, 1871. 
Primer of Astronomy, 1874. 
Solar Physics, 1873. 

Spectroscope and its Applications (The), 1873. 
Studies in Spectrum Analysis, 1878. 
Star-gazing, Past and Present, 1878. 
Lodge, F.S.A, (Edmund), antiquary, London, 

1756-1839. 
Illustrations of British History, 1798. 
Life of Sir Julius Cjesar, 1810. 
Portraits of Illustrious Personages in Great 

Britain, 1821-3-t. (His chief work.) 
Lodge (Thomas), jjoei, 1555-1625. 
Alarum against Usurers (An), 1584. 
Catharos, 1591. 
Defence of Stage Plays (in reply to Gosson's 

School of Abuse), 1579. 
Divel conjured (The), 1596. 
Eupliues' Shadow, 1592. See G. Lilly. 
Fig for Momus (A), satires, eclogues, etc., 1594. 
Glaucus and Scylla, 1589. 
Life of W. Longbeard, 1593. 
Looking-glasse for London, etc. (a comedy), 

1594. (With Greene.) 
Margarite of America (A), 1596 
Paradoxes ... for Young ^Vittes, 1602. 
PhlUis (sonnets, elegies, etc.), 1593. 
Rosalynde, or Euphues' Golden Legacie (a 

novel to which Shakespeare owes his As 

Tou Like It), 1590. 
Scille's Metamorphosis, 1589. 
Seneca's Works translated, 1614, 
Spider's Webbe (A), no date. 
Treatise on the Plague (A), 1603. 
William Longbeard, 1593. 
Wit's Miserie, and the World's Madness, 1596. 
Works of Josephus translated, 1602. 
AVounds of Civill War (two tragedies ; 

1. Maicus, 2. Sylla), 1594. (Probably witu 

Greene.) 
IjCkian (Rev. John), poet, etc., of Scotland, 1748- 

1788. 
Poems, 1781. 
Sermons, 1790-91. 
View of Ancient History, 1788. 
LosG (George), historian, born at Poulton, in 

Lancashire, 1800-1879. 
Decline of the Roman Republic, 1864-74. 
History of France and its Revolutions, 1849. 
Lo.NGFELLOW (Henry Wadswoith).iJoe^, born at 

Portland, in Maine, U.S., 1807-1882. 
Aftermath, 1873. 

Ballads, etc., and other Poems, 1842. 
Belfry of Bruges, and other Poems, 1846. 
Z>a7J Retranslated, 1868. 
Divine Tragedy (The), 1872. 
Evangeline (in two parts, English hexa- 
meters), 1847. 
Flower de Luce, 1866. 
(iolden Legend (The), a dramatic poem, based 



on the German Btory of Poor Henrys 

1851. 

Hanging of the Crane (The), 1874. 

Hiawatha (in 22 staves), 1855. (The most 
original poem of the century.) 

Hyperion (a romance), 1839. 

Kavanagh (apoetico-philosophicaltale), 1849. 

Keramos, 1878. 

Masque of Pandora (The), 1875. 

Miles Standish (in English hexameters), 1858. 

New England Tragedies, 1868. 

Outre-mer, 1835. (His first work in prose.) 

Poems on Slavery, 1842. 

Poets and Poetry of Europe (The), 1845. 

Seaside (The), and the Fireside, 1850. 

Spanish Student (The), a dramatic poem in 
three acts, 1843. 

Tales of a Wayside Inn (in verse), 1863. 

Three Books of Song, 1872. 

To a Child, 1848. 

Voices of the Night, 1841. 
Looms, LL.D. (Elias), mathematician, born at 
Tolland, U.S., 1811- 

Analytical Geometry, etc., 1851. 

Descendants of Joseph Loomis (The), 1870. 

Elements of Algebra, 1851 ; of Arithmt-tic, 
1863; of Astronomy, 1869; of Geometry 
and Conic Sections, 1851. 

Natural Philosophy, 1858. 

Plane and Spherical Trigonometry, 1845. 

Practical Astronomy, 1855. 

Progress of Astronomy (The), 1850, 1856. 

Tables of Logarithms, 1855. 

Treutise on Meteorology, 1868. 
LOKKE (Sir John George Edward Henry Camp- 
bell, called complimentarily the marquis of), 
born at Stafford House, London, 1845- 

Guido and Lita (a tale in verse), 1875. 

Psalms (The) versified, 1877. 
LossiNG, LL.D. (Benson), born at Beekman, in 
New York, U.S., 1819- 

Brief Memoirs of Eminent Americans, 1854. 

Illustrated History of the United States, 1854- 
1856. 

Life, etc., of P. Schuyler, 1860. 

Life of Washington, 1860. 

Lives of the Signees of the Declaration of In- 
dependence, 1848. 

Mount Vernon and its Associations, 1859. 

Outline History of the Fine Aits (An\ 1841. 

Pictorial Field-book of the Revolution, 1848 - 
1852. 

Pictorial History of the Civil War, 1866-69. 

Seventeen Hundred and Seventy-Six, 1847. 
Loudon (John Claudius), botanist and land- 
scape gardener, born at Cambuslang, in 
Scotland, 1783-1843. 

Arboretum, etc., Britannicum, 1838. 

Architectural Magazine, 1839. 

Cultivation of the Pine Apple, 1823. 

Derby Arboretum (The), 1841. 

Designs for . . . Farms and Farm Buildings, 
1812. 

Encyclopaedia of Agriculture, 1825; of Cot- 
tage, Farm, and Villa Architecture, 1812 ; of 
Gardening, 1822 ; of Plants, 1829 (supple- 
ment, 1838) ; of Trees and Shrubs, 1842. 

Formation and Management of Country Resi- 
dences, 1806 ; of Plantations, 1804. 

Gardener's Magazine, 1826-34 ; new series. 
1835- 43. 



1254 



LOUDON — LUCAS. 



APPENDIX I. 



LOWB — LUCAS. 



Greenhouse Companion (The), 1824. 

Horticulturist (TLie), 1849. 

Hortus Britannicus, 1830. 

Hortus Liguosas Londinensis, 1838. 

Illustratioiia of Landscape Gardening, etc., 

1830-33. 
Magazine of Natural History, 1829-36. 
On laying out Cemeteries, 1843. 
Paper Roofs used at Tew Lodge, 1811. 
Self-instruction to Young Gardeners, 1845. 
Suburban Gardener (The), 1836-38. 
Suburban Horticulture, 1842. 
Loudon (Mrs.), wife of J. C. Loudon, maiden 

name Jane Webb, botanist, born near Bir- 
mingham, in Warwickshire, 1800-1858. 
Amateur Gardener's Monthly Calendar (The), 

1847. 
Botany for Ladies, 1849. 
British Wild Flowers, 1844-46. 
Entertaining Naturalist (The), 1850. 
Flower Garden of . . . Annuals, 1840 ; of 

Bulbous Plants, 1841 ; of Perennials, 1843. 
Gardening for Ladies, 1840. 
Ladies' Companion to the Flower Garden, 

1841. 
Ladies' Country Companion, 1845. 
Ladies' Flower Garden, 1843. 
Mummy (The), 1826. 
Lovelace (Richard), poet, born in Kent, 1618- 

1658. 
Lucasta (odes, songs, sonnets, etc.), 1649. 
Scholar (The), a comedy, 1649. 
Soldier (The), a tragedy, 1649. 
LovEK (Samuel), poet and novelist, of Dublin, 

1797-1868. 
Angels' Whispers (a song). 
Handy Andy (a novel), 1842. (It first ap- 
peared in Bentley's Miscellany, 1838.) 
Four-leaved Shamrock (The), a song, 1839. 
Happy Man (The), an opera. 
Irish Sketches, 1837. 
Legends and Stories of Ireland, 1832-34. 
Low-backed Car (The) 1838. 
Lyrics of Ireland (a compilation), 1858. 
May Dew (The), a song, 1830. 
Metrical Tales, and other Poems, 1860, 
Molly Bawn (a song), 1839. 
Molly Carew (a song), 1838. 
llory O'More (a romance, 1837, a song, 1838, 

and an opera). 
Songs and Ballads, 1839. 
Treasure Trove (a novel about Irish heirs), 

1844. (First published as " L.S.D.") 
True Love can ne'er forget (a song). 
White Horse of the Peppers (The), an opera. 

(His Life, by B. Bernard, 1874.) 
Lowe (Edward Joseph), meteorologist and 

botanist, born at Highfleld, in Nottingham, 

1825- 
Atmospheric Phenomena, 1847. 
Beautiful Leaved Plants, 1861. (With 

Howard.) 
British Grasses, 1858. 
Chronology of the Seasons (The), not complete 

in 1882. 
Climate of Nottinghamshire (The), 1853. 

(Valuable.) 
Couchoiogy of Nottinghamshire (The), 1853. 

(Valuable.) 
Berns, British and Exotic, 1867. (A standard 

work.) 



Natural History of British and Exotic teriM, 

185(r-62. 
New and Rare Ferns, 1862. 
Prognostications of the Weather, 1840. 
Lowe (Rev. Richard Thomas), naturalist, 180'- 
Fishes of Madeira, 1843. 
Manual of the Flora of Madeira. 
Lowell (James Russell), born at Boston, C.S„ 

1819-1^51. 
Among my Books, 1870. 
Biglow Papers (The), political poems, 1848 ; 

second series, 1862. 
Conversations on Some of the Old Poets, 

1845. 
Fable for Critics (A), in verse, 1848. 
Fireside Travels, 1864. 
Legend of Brittany, 1844. 
My Study Windows, 1871. 
Poems, 1844, 1848. 
Prometheus, 1844. 
Under the Willows, 1869. 
Vision of Sir Launfal, 1848. 
Year's Life (A), poems, 1841. 
Lower (Mark Antony), antiquary, born at 

Chiddingley, in Sussex, 1813-187C. 
Curiosities of Heraldry, 1845. 
English Surnames, etc., 1842. 
Patronymica Britannica, 1860. 
Lower (Sir William), dramatic author, 17th 

century. 
Amorous Fantasms (a tragi-comedy), 1660. 
Enchanted Lovers (The), a pastoral, 166:i. 
Noble Ingratitude (The), a pastoral tragedy, 

1659. 
Phoenix in the Flames (The), a tragedy, 

1639. 
LowMAN (Rev. Moses) of Clapham, Biblical 

commentator, 1680-1752. 
Argument from Prophecy that Jesus is the 

Messiah, 1733. 
Dissertation on the Civil Government of the 

Hebrews, 1740. 
Three Tracts (1. Were the "appearances" 

mentioned in the Bible really God? 2. the 

Schechinah ; 3. the Logos), posthumous 

1756. 
LowTH, D.D. (Robert), bishop of London, born 

at Winchester, 1710-1787. 
De Sacra Poesi Hebra?orum, 1753. 
Introduction to English Grammar, 1762. 
Life of William of Wykeham, 1758. (Amodol 

biography. — Quarterly Review.) 
Translation of Isaiah, with Prolegomena, 1778. 
(His chief work.) 

(His Life, by P. Hall, 1834.) 
LowTH, D.D. (William), London, 1661-1732. 

Commentaries on the Prophets, 1714-23. 
LuARD (Rev. Henry Richard), 1825- 

Annales Monastici, 1864. 
Lubbock (Sir John William), astronomer, Lon- 
don, 1803-1865. 
Classification of Different Branches of Human 

Knowledge, 1838. 
Researches on Physical Astronomy, 1830. 
Theory of the Moon and Perturbations of the 

Planets, 1833. 
Treatise on the Tides, 1831-37. 
Lucas (Samuel), born at Bristol, 1818-1868. 
Biography and Criticism, 1860. 
Eminent Men and Popular Books, 1859. 
Mornings of the Recess, 1804. 



LITKIS— LYTTOX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. lynpsay— lytton. 1255 



LuKis (Uev. William Collings), antiquary, 
1817- 
Danish Cromlechs, etc., compared with those 

of Great Britain, etc., 1861. 
Specimens of Ancient Chiirch Plate, 1845. 
LuPTON (Donald), biographer, about 1590-16(>0. 
Description of Flanders, 1658. 
Emblems orRarities, 1636. 
England's Command of the Seas, 1653. 
Jesuit turaed Quaker (The), 1655. 
Historic of Moderne Protestant Divines, 1637. 
Lives of the Primitive Fathers, 1640. 
London and the Country carbonadoed, 1632. 
Objectorum Reductio, 1634. 
LuproN (Thomas), 16th century. 
All for Money, 1578. 
Christian (The) v. the Jesuit, 1582. 
Dream of the Devill, etc., 1589. 
Thousand Notable Things (A), 1586. 
Too Good to be True, 1581. 
LydgaI'e (John), poet, monk of Bury, about 
1366-1450. 
Chorle and the Byrde (The), printed by Wyn 

kyn de VVorde. 
Cronycle of the Kynges of Englande, printed 

1530 by Wynkyn de Worde. 
Daunce of Machabre (The), printed 1554. 
Falle of Prynces (The), printed 1494 
Life and Death of Hector, prmted 1614. 
Lytell Treatis of the Horse, Shape, and Goos 

(A), printed by Wynkyn de Worde. 
Lyf of our Ladye (The), printed by Caxton. 
Lyf of St. Edmucd. 
Maidens Crosse Rewe (The). 
P[ro]verbe8 of Lydgate, printed by Wynkyn 

de Worde, no date. 
Sege and Destruccyion of Troye, printed 1513 

by Pynson. 
Serpent of Division (The), printed 1590. 
Temple of Glass (The), printed by Wynkyn 

de Worde. 
Testament of John Lydgate, whiche he made 
hymselfe by his Lyfe-Days, printed by 
Richard Pynson. 
Werke of Sapience, printed by Caxton. 
Ltdtat (Thomas), chronologist, Oxfordshire, 
1572-1646. 
Canones Chronologici, posthumous 1675. 
Tractatus de Variis Annorum Formis, 1605. 
Lyk (Edward), born at Totnes, in Devonshire, 
1704-1767. 
Anglo-Saxon and Gothic Dictionary, post- 
humous 1772. (A valued work.) 
Lyell (Sir Charles), geologist, born in Kinnordy, 
Scotland, 1797-1875. 
Antiquity of Man (The), etc., 1863. 
Atheisms of Geology, 1857. 
Elements of Geology, 1838. 
Manual of Elementary Geology, 1863. 
Principles of Geology, 1830-33. (His great 

work.) 
Travels in North America, 1845. 

(His Life, by Mrs. Lyell, his sister-in-law, 
1881.) 
Lyly (John), the euphuist. See Lilly. 
Ltxch (Rev. Thomas Toke), poet, born at Dun- 
mow, in Essex, 1818-1871, 
Lectures on Some Forms of Literature, 

1853. 
Lectures to Young Men, 1853. 
Memorials of Theophilus Trinal, 1850. 



Momingtoa Lectures, 1870. 
Sermons for my Curates, 1871. 
Lyndsay. See Lindsay. 

Lyons (Israel), botanist, etc., bom at Cam- 
bridge, 1739-1775. 
Fasciculus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiani 

Nascentium, 1763. 
Treatise on Fluxions, 1758. 
Lysons (Rev. Daniel), topographer, born at 
Rodmarton, in Gloucestershire, 1760-1834. 
Environs of London, 1792-96 ; supplements, 

1800, 1811. 
Magna Britannia, 1806-22. (With S. Lysons.) 
Lysons (Samuel), antiquary, born at Rod- 
marton, in Gloucestershire, 1763-1819. 
Britannia Depicta, 1806. 
Collection of Gloucester Antiquities, 1804. 
Magna Britannia, 1806-22. (With D. Lysons.) 
Mosaic Pavements, 1801, 1808. 
Roman Remains discovered, 1797, 1813-17. 
(Splendid works.) 
Lyttelton (George, lord), historian, bom nt 
Hagley, in Worcestershire, 1709-1773. 
Dialogues of the Dead, 1760, 1765. 
History of Henry IL, 1764-67. 
Miscellaneous VVorks, posthumous 1774. 
Monody (A), a Pindaric ode, 1747. 
Observations on the Conversion, etc., of St. 

Paul, 1747. 
Poetical Works, posthumous 1787. 
Progress of Love (four eclogues), 1732. 
(His Life, by R. Phillimore, 1845.) 
Lyttelton (Sir Thomas), jurist, of Frankley, 
in Cheshire, 1421-1481. 
Treatise on Tenures, 1481. (Invaluable.) 

%* This is the Lyttelton so well known in 
his connection with the ghost story. 
Lytton (Edvvrd George Earle Lytton, Bulwer- 
Lytton, lord), novelist and poet, bom at 
Woodalling, in Norfolk, 1805-1873. He 
published tirst under the name of Lytton 
Bulwer. 
Alice, or the Mysteries, 1838. 
Arthur (King), an epic in 6- line stanzas, 1 «48. 
Athens, its Rise and Fall, 1836. 
Caxtonia (a novel), 1863. 
Caxtons (The), a domestic novel, 1849, 
Devereux (a novel), 1829. 
Disowned (The), a novel, 1828. 
England and the English, 1833. 
Ernest Maltravers (a novel), 1837. 
Eugene Aram (a novel), 1831. 
Eva (a poem), 1842. 
Falkland, 1827. (His first novel.) 
Godolphin (a novel), 1833. 
Harold (an historical novel), 1850. 
Ismael (,an Oriental tale), 1820. 
Kenelm Chillingly (a novel), 1873. 
Last Days of Pompeii (an historic novel), 

1834. 
Last of the Barons (The), an historic noveL 

1843. 
Leila and Calderon, 1838. 
Lost Tales of Miletus (The), 1866. 
Lucretia (a novel), 1847. 
My Novel (a novel), 1853. 
New Timon, 1846. 
Night and Morning (a novel), 1841. 
O'Neill, or the Rebel (a tale in verse), 1S27. 
Parisians (The), a novel, 1873. 
Paul Cififord (a novel), 1830. 



Lire*-— -j*^ fijo^i 



L256 LYTTON — MACCULLOCH. APPENDIX I. MACCABE — MACCULLOCH. 



Pelham, 1827. (His second novel.) 

Pilgrims of the Rhine (a novel), 1834. 

Rienzi (an historic novel), 1835. 

St. Stephen's (a poem), 1861. 

Sculpture, 1825. 

Strange Story ( A\ a novel, 1862. 

Weeds and Wild-flowers (in verse), 1826. 

(His first production.) 
What Will he do With It .? (a novel), 1858. 
Zanoni (a novel), 1842. 

*^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 

(His Memoirs, by his son Edward Robert, 
1874.) 
Lttton (Edward Robert Bulwer-Lytton, lord), 

poet, pseudonym " Owen Meredith," 1831- 
Clytemnestra, and other Poems, 1855. 
Chronicles and Characters, 1868. 
Fables in Song, 1874. 
Julian Fane (a memoir), 1871. 
Life of Lord Lytton (his father), 1874. 
Lucile (a novel in verse), 1860. 
Orval, or the Fool of Time (a dramatic poem), 

1869. 
Poetical Works of Owen Meredith, 1867. 
Ring of Amasis (The), a romance, 1863. 
Serbski Pesme (national Servian songs), 1861. 
Tannhauser, or the Battle of the Bards, 1»61. 

(With Julian Fane.) 
Wanderer (The), a collection of poems, 1859. 

Macadam (John Loudon), of Scotland, 1756- 
1836. 

Practical Essay on the . . . Repair, etc., of 
Public Roads, 1819. 

Remarks on the JPresent State of Road-making, 
1820. 
MacCarthy (Denis Florence), poet, Ireland, 
1820- 

Ballads, Poems, and Lyrics, 1850. 

Bell-founder (The), and other Poems, 1857. 

Shelley's Early Life, 1872. 

Under-glimp^es, and other Poems, 1857. 
Macartney (George Macartney, earl of), bom 
near Belfast, in Ireland, 1737-1806. 

Journal of the Embassy to the Emperor of 
China in 1792-94, posthumous 1807. 
Macaulay (Mrs.), maiden name Catherine Saw- 
bridge, historian, born at Olantigh, in Kent, 
1733-1791. 

History of England from James I. to the 
House of Hanover, 1763-83. 

Immutability of Moral Truth (The), 1783. 

Letters on Education, 1790. 
Macaulay (Thomas Babington Macaulay, loni), 
historian, poet, statesman, born at Rothley 
Temple, in Leicestershire, 1800-1859. 

Armada (The), a fragment in Alexandrine 
verse, 1832. 

Essay on Milton, 1825. (Edinburgh Review.) 

Essays (in three vols.), 1843. 

Evening, 1820. (Chancellor's medal.) 

History of England from James II., 1849-61. 

Ivry (a song of the Huguenots, in Alexandrine 
verse), 1824. 

(4) Lays of Ancient Rome, 1842. 

Pompeii, 1819. (Chancellor's medal.) 

Speeches, 1854. 
(His Life, by dean Milman, 1862 ; Rev. F. 

Arnold, 1862 ; G. 0. Trevelyan, 1876.) 
Macbkide, M.D. (David), born in Antrim, Ire- 
land, 1726-1778. 



Experimental Essays, 1764. 
Introduction to the Theory and Practice of 
Medicine, 1772. 
MacCabe (William Bernard), of Dublin, 1801- 
Agnes Arnold (a novel), 1860. 
Bertha, a Romance of the Dark Ages, 1851. 
Catholic History of England (A), 1848-54. 
True History of the Hungarian Revolution 



(A), 1851. 
cCi* 



MacCarthy (Justin), novelist, born in Cork, 

Ireland, 1830- 
Comet of the Season (The), 1881. 
Con Amore (critical essays), 1880. 
Dear Lady Disdain, 1875. 
Donna Quixote, 1879. 
Fair Saxon (A), 1873. 
History of our own Times, 1878-80. 
Lady Judith, 1871. 
Linley Rochford, 1874. 
Miss Misanthrope, 1877. 
My Enemy's Daughter, 1869. 
Waterdale Neighbours (The), 1867. 
MacCaul (Rev. Joseph Benjamin), poet, etc., 

born at Warsaw, 1827- 
Dark Sayings of Old, 1873. 
Last Plague of Egypt (The), and other Poems, 

1880. 
Paraphrastic Commentary on the Epistle ti> 

the Hebrews, 1871. 
Sunday Reflections, 1872. 
MacConnell (John), novelist, bom at Illinois, 

U.S., 1826- 
Gleens (The), a family history, 1851. 
Talbot Vernon, 1850. 
Western Characters, 1858. 
MacCosh, D.D. (James), born in Ayrshire, Scot- 
land, 1811- 
Christianity and Positivism, 1871. 
Intuitions of the Mind, 1860. 
Method of Divine Government, etc., 1850. 
Scottish Philosophy (The), 1874. 
Supernatural in Relation to the Natural (The), 

1862. 
Typical Forms, etc., in Creation, 1856. 
MacCrie, D.D. (Thomas), historian, born at 

Dunse, in Berwick, 1772-1 835. 
History of the Progress and Suppression of 

the Reformation in Italy, 1827. 
History of the Progress and Suppression of 

the Reformation in Spain, 1820. 
Life of Andrew Melville, 1819. 
Life of John Knox, 1812. 

rHis Life, by Thomas MacCrie, 1840.) 
MacCulloch, M.D. (John), geologist, born in 

Guernsey, a Channel Island, 1773-1«35. 
Description of the Western Isles of Scotland, 

1819. (His chief work.) 
Essay on the Remittent and Intermittent 

Diseases, 1828. 
Geological Classification of Rocks, etc., 1821. 
Highlands, etc., of Scotland (The), 1824. 
Malaria (on the propagation thereof), 1827. 
Proofs and Illustrations of the Attributes of 

God, 1837. 
Remarks on the Art of making Wine, 1817. 
System of Geology (A), etc.. 1831. 
MacCulloch (John limmssiy), political eaono- 

mist, born at Whithorn, in Scotland, 1789-- 

1864. 
Dictionary of Commerce, 1832. 
Geographical Dictionary, 1 ii\2. 



MACCUKTIN— MACKENZIE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. MACGILLIVRAY— MACKENZIE. 1257 



Literature of Political Economy, 1845. 

Principles of Political Economy, 1825. 

Rise and Progress of Political Economy, 1824. 

Statistical Account of the British Empire, 
1837. 
MacCuktin (Hugh), Irish lexicographer, 18th 
century. 

Anglo-Irish Dictionary, 1732. 

Elements of the Irish Language, 1728. 
Macd[armid (John), born in Perthshire, Scot- 
land, 1779-1808. 

Tnquu-y into the System of National Defence, 
1805. 

Lives of British Statesmen, 1807. (In esteem.) 
Macdonald (George), poet and novelist, born at 
Huntly, in Scotland, 1824- 

Adela Cathcart (a novel), 1864. 

Alec Forbes of Howglen (a novel), 1865. 

Annals of a Quiet Neighbourhood, 1866. 

At the Back of the North Wind, 1870. 

Castle Warlock, 1882. 

David Elginbrod (a novel), 1862. 

Dealings with the Fairies, 1867. 

Disciple (The), and other Poems, 1868. 

England's Antiphon, 1868. 

Exotics (i.e. translations), 1876. 

Guild Court, 1867. 

Gutta Percha "Willie, 1873. 

Hidden Life, and other Poems, 1864. 

Malcolm (a novel), 1874. 

Marquis of Lossie (The), 1877. 

Mary Marston, 1879. (His best novel.) 

Miracles of Our Lord, 1870. 

Paul Faber, Surgeon, 1878. 

Phantastes (a fairy romance), 1858. 

Poems, 1857. 

Portent (The), a story of second sight, 1864. 

Princess and the Goblin (The), 1871. 

Ranald Bannerman's Boyhood, 1869. 

Robert Falconer, 1869. (His second-best 
novel.) 

St. George and St. Michael, 1875. 

Seaboard Parish (The), 1868. (Sequel to Bobert 
Falconer.) 

Sir Gibbie (a novel), 1875. 

Thomas Wmgfield, Curate, 1876. 

Unspoken Sermons, 1866. 

Vicar's Daughter (The), 1872. 

Wilfred Combermede (a novel), 1871. 

Wise Woman (The), 18V5. 

Within and Without (a dramatic poem), 1856. 
(His first publication.) 

Wow 0' (Rioven Riweu), or the Idiot's Home, 
1868. 
Macdonald (John), bom at Bongsborough, 
1759-1831. 

Telegraphic Dictionary, 1816. 

Treatise on Telegraphic Communication, etc., 
1808. 
Mace (Rev. Thomas), musical composer, 1613- | 
1709. 

Musicks Monument, 1676. ("A most delect- 
able book." — Burney.) 
MacEwen (^Villiam), a Scotch dissenter, 1734- 
1762. 

Grace and Truth, 1763. (Highly esteemed.) 
M ACFAKREN, Mus.D. (George Alexander), Lon- 
don, 1813- 

Christmas (a cantata), 1859. 

Devil's Opera (The), an oper% 1838. 

Don Quixote (an opera), 1846. 



Emblematical Tribute, 1841. 

Freya's Gift, 1863. 

Helvellyn (an opera), 1864. 

.'essy Lee (an opera di camera), 1863. 

King Charles II. (an opera), 1849. 

(6) Lectures on Harmony, 1867. 

Lenore (a cantata), 1851. 

May-day (a cantata), 1856. 

Robin Hood (an opera), 1860. (His best.; 

Rudiments of Harmony, 1860. (In repute.; 

St. John the Baptist (an oratorio), 18 66. 

She Stoops to Conquer (an opera), 1864. 

Sleeper awakened (The), a cantata, 1850. 

Soldier's Legacy (The), 1864. 

Songs in a Cornfield, 1869. 

%* With hundreds of smaller pieces. 
Macgillivbay, LL.D. (William), naturalist, 

*-1852. 
History of British Birds, 1848. 
History of the Molluscous Animals of Aber- 
deen, etc., 1843. 
Lives of Zoologists, 1834. 
Macgkegor (John), of Scotland, 1797-1857. 
British America, 1832. 
Commercial Statistics, 1842. 
History of the British Empire from James I., 

1852. 
Maritime Colonies of British America (The), 

1828. 
My Note-book, 1835. 
Progress of America, 1847. 
Macintosh (Maria), born at Sunbury, in Geor- 
gia, U.S., 1802- 
Aunt Kitty's Tales, 1837. 
Conquest and Self-conquest, 1844. 
Violet, or the Cross and Crown, 1856. 
Mackay (Andrew), mathematician, *-1809. 
Complete Navigator (The), 1804. 
Mathematical Tables, 1804. 
Mackay, LL.D. (Charles), poet, bom at Perth, 

in Scotland, 1814- 
Egeria, 1850. 

Forty Years' Recollections, 1876. 
Hope of the World (The), and other Poema, 

1837. 
Legends of the Isles, and other Poems, 1845., 
Lost Beauties of the English Language, 1874. 
Lump of Gold (The), 1855. 
Man's Heart (A), 1860. 
Memoirs of Popular Delusions (prose), 1841. 
Poems, 1834. 

Salamandrine (The), 1842. 
Studies from the Antique, 1864. 
Town Lyrics, 1847. 
Under Green Leaves, 1857. 
Under the Blue Sky, 1871. 
Voices from the Crowd, 1844. 
Voices from the Mountains, 1846. 
Mackenzie (Sir Alexander), traveller, 1760- 

1820. 
Journeys from Montreal ... to the Frozea 

and Pacific Oceans, 1801. 
Mackenzie, M.D. (George), Scottish biographer, 

18th century. 
Lives and Characters of the Most Eminent 

Writers of the Scots Nation, 1708-22. 
Mackenzie (Sir George), born at Dundee, in 

Scotland, 1636-1691. 
Antiquity of the Royal Line of Scotlaml, 

1685. 
Aretiua (a serious romance), '661. 



1258 



MACKENZIE — MADfDEX-, APPENDIX I. 



MACLAURIN — MADDEX. 



Ccelia's Counting-House and Closet (a poem), 
1664. 

Discourse on the Laws and Cirstoms of Scot- 
land in Matters Criminal, 1678. 

Essay in Praise of Solitude, 1665. 

Institutions of the Laws of Scotland, 1684. 

Jus Regium, 1684. 

Moral Gallantry, 1667. 

Moral History of Frugality, 1691. 

Moral Paradox (A), 1667. 

lleason (an essay), 1690. 

lleligio Stoici, 1663. 

Science of Herauldry, 1680. 
Mackknzie, M.D. (Henry), novelist, born at 
Edinburgh, 1745-1831. 

Julia de Roubigne, 1777. 

Edits the Lounger (a periodical), 1785-87. 

Life of Blacklock, 1793. 

Life of John Home, 1812. 

Man of Feeling (The), 1771. (His best novel.) 

Man of the World (The), 1783. 
Mackie (John Milton), born at Wareham, in 
Massachusetts, U.S., 1813- 

Going to Spain, 1855. 
. Life of Samuel Gorton, 1848. 

Life of Leibnitz, 1845. 
Mackintosh (Sir James), historian, etc., born 
at Aldourie, in Inverness, Scotland, 1765- 
1832. 

Dissertation on Ethical Pliilosophy, 1830. 

History of England, 1830-32, 1838. 

History of the Revolution (in 1688) in Eng- 
land, posthumous 1834. 

Life of Sir Thomas More, 1844. 

On the Study of the Laws of Nature and 
Nations, 1799. 

Regency Question (The), 1788. 

Trial of John Peltier, 1803. (Very eloquent.) 

View of the Reign of James II., 1835. 

Vindiciae GallicjB, 1791. (In reply to Burke.) 
(His Memoirs, by his son, Robert Macken- 
zie, 1835.) 
JIacklin (Charles), of Ireland, 1690-1797. (His 
real name was .Vlaclaughlin.) 

Love a la Mode (a farce), 1759. 
'Man of the World (a comedy), 1781. 
(His Life, by J. T. Kirkman, 1799.) 
Macknight, D.D. (James), of Scotland, 1721- 
1800. 

Harmony of the Four Gospels, 1756. (A 
standard work, based on Osiander.) 

New Translation of the Apostolic Epistles 
(A), 1795. 

Truth of the Gospel History, 1763. 
Maclaine, D.D. (Archibald), of Ireland, 1722- 
1804. 

Discourses, 1799. (In high estimation.) 

Letters to Soame Jenyns, 1777. 

Translation of Mosheim's Ecclesiastical His- 
tory, 1765. 
Maclaukin (Colin), mathematician, born at 
Kilmodan, in Scotland, 1698-1746. 

Account of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophical 
Discoveries, 1748. (Incomplete, posthu- 
mous.) 

Geometria Organica, 1720. 

On the Impact of Bodies (a prize dissertation), 
1724. 

System of Fluxions, 1742. (His chief work.) 

Treatise on Algebra, 1748. (Incomplete.) 
(His Life, by himself; P Murdoch, 1748.) 



Maclaurin (John), Scotch judge, 1734-179C. 

Essay on the Prophecies relating to the Mes- 
siah, 1773. (Praised by Orme.) 
Maclean (Archibald), *-*. 

Paraphrase, etc., of the Epistle to the Hebrews, 
1811-17. (Highly praised by Orme.) 
(His Life, by Jones, 1823.) 
MACLEOD, M.D. (John), 1782-1820. 

Voyage in H.M.S. Alceste, 1817. (Very in- 
teresting.) 
Maclise, R.A. (Daniel), bom at Cork, in Ire- 
land, 1811-1870. 

Banquet Scene in " Macbeth," 1840 ; Bohe- 
mian Gipsies, 1837 ; Caxton's Printing 
Office, 1851 ; Chivalry in the reign of Henry 
VIII., 1848; Death of Nelson (for the 
Palace of Westminster), 1863-66 ; Earls of 
Desmond and Ormond, 1870 ; The Gross of 
Green Spectacles, 1850; Hunt the Slipper, 
1841 ; King Cophetua and the Beggar Maid, 
1869; Marriage of Strongbow, 1854; Meet- 
ing of Wellmgton and Blucher (for the 
Piilace of Westminster), 1863 ; Merry 
Christmas in the Baron's Hall, 1838; Mo- 
kanna unveiling Zelica, 1833; Ordeal by 
Touch, 1846 ; Play Scene in " Hamlet " (ia 
the National Gallery), 1842 ; Robin Hood 
and Coeur de Lion, 1838 ; The Sacrifice of 
Noah, 1847 ; Sabrina releasing the Ladye, 
1844; Scene from "Twelfth Night," 1840; 
Shakespeare's " Seven Ages," 1848 ; The 
Sleeping Beauty, 1841 ; Story of the Nor- 
man Conquest, 1857 ; Strongbow and Eva, 
1854 ; Vow of the Ladies and the Peacock, 
1835. 
Macldre (William), American geologist, 1763- 
1840. 

Geology of the United States of America, 1817. 
(Very valuable.) 
Macnicol (Rev. Dr. Donald), Celtic antiquary, 
1735-1802. 

Remarks on Dr, Johnson's Journey to the 
Hebrides, 1779. (Highly esteemed.) 
Macnish, M.D. (Robert), called the " Modern 
Pythagorean," born at Glasgow, 1802-1837. 

Anatomy of Drunkenness, 1827. 

Book of Aphorisms, 1833. 

Tales, Essays, and Sketches, posthumous 
1839. 

Philosophy of Sleep, 1830. (His chief work.) 
Macpherson (James), born at Ruthven, in 
Scotland, 1738-1796. 

Fragments of Ancient Poetry collected in the 
Highlands of Scotland, 1760. 

Highlander (The), a poem, 1758. 

History of Great Britain from the Restoration, 
1776. 

Introduction to the History of Great Britain 
and Ireland, 1771. 

Original Papers containing the History of 
Great Britain (1688-1714), with extracts 
from the Autobiography of James II., 1775. 

Poems of Ossian (in poetic prose), 1762-63. 
Madan, D.D. (Martin), 1726-1790. 

Thelyphthora, 1781. (To prove that poly- 
gamy was a Mosaic law.) 
Madden (Sir Frederick), antiquary, 1801-1873. 
Wrote numerous historical, literary, and 

genealogical works. 

Edited Historia Anglorum of ^Matthew 

Paris, 1866-69 ; Layamoii's Brut, 1847 ; and 



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BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, maitland— maloxe. 1259 



other metrical romances; the WyclifBte ver- 
sion of the Bible ; etc. 

Translated and abridged Silvestre's Uni- 
versal Palceography. 
MADDE>f (Richard Robert), of Dublin, 1798- 
1873. 

Connection of Ireland with the Crown of 
England, 1845. 

Kgypt and Mahommed Ali, 1841. 

History of Irish Periodical Literature, 1S67. 

History of the Fenal Laws against Roman 
Catholics, 1847. 

Infirmities of Genius (The), 1833. 

Island of Cuba, its Resources, etc., 1849. 

Life of Savonarola, 1854. 

Lives and Times of the United Irishmen, 
1863. (His chief work.) 

Memoirs of the Countess of Blessington, 1855. 

Mussulman (The), 1830. 

Phanta-smata, 1857. 

Shrines and Sepulchres of the Old and New 
World, 1851. 

Travels in the West Indies, 1838, 1840. 

Travels in Turkey and Egypt, 1829. 

Turkish Empire in Relation to Christianity, 
etc., 1860. 
Maddox (Isaac), bishop of Worcester, born in 
London, 1697-1759. 

Vindication of the Church of England, 17.33 
Madox (Thomas), legal antiquary, *-1730. 

Baronia Anglica, posthumous 1736. 

Firma Burgi, 1726. 

Formulare Anglicanum, 1702. 

History and Antiquities of the Exchequer, 
etc., 1711. 
Magee, D.D. (William), archbishop of Dublin, 
1765-1831. 

Scriptural Doctrines of the Atonement, etc., 
1801. (In high estimation.) 
(His Memoir, by Dr. Keuney, 1842.) 
Magee, D.D. (William Connor), bishop of Peter- 
borough, born at Cork, in Ireland, 1821- 

Sermons, the most important being "Christ 
the Light of All Scripture," 1860 ; « The 
Gospel of the Age," 1860 ; " The Church's 
Fear and the Church's Hope," 1864 ; " The 
Christian Theory of the Origin of the Chris- 
tian Life," 1868; "The Breaking Net," 
1868; "The Defence, etc., of the Faith;" 
etc. 
Maguire (John Francis), 1815- 

Father Mathew. 1863. 

Flome and its Rulers, 1857. 
il.vGLiRE (Rev. Robert), of Dublin, 1826- 

Lectures on Pilgrim's Progress, 1859. 

Miracles of Christ (The), 1863. 

Mottoes for the Million, 1866. 

Perversion and Conversion, 1854. 

St. Peter non-Roman, 1871. 

Self, its Dangers and Duties, 1862. 

Seven Churches of Asia (The), 1857. 

Things Present and Things to Come, 1860. 
Maitland, D.D. (Samuel Roffey), historian, 
London, 1792-1866. 

Attempt to elucidate the Prophecies concern- 
ing Antichrist (An), 1830. 

Chatterton (an essay), 1857. 

Dark Ages (The), 1844. 

Eruvin. 1850. 

Essays on . . . the Reformation in England, 
1^49. 



Facts, etc., [about] the Albigeuscs and Wal- 
denses. 1832. 
MArrLAND (William), antiquary, born at Bre- 
chin, in Scotland, 1693-1757. 

History and Antiquities of Scotland, 1757. 

History of Edinburgh, 1753. 

History of London, 1739. 
Major. D.D. (John), of Scotland, 1470-1550. 

De Historia Gentis Scotorum, 1521. 
Major (Richard Henry), antiquary, London, 
1818- 

Life of Prince Henry the Navigator, 1868. 
Ma LAN (Kev. Solomon Caesar), 1812- 

Catalogue of the Eggs of British Birds (A\ 
1848. 

Coast of Tyre and Sidon (The), 1857. 

Exposition of the Apostles' Creed, 1847. 

On Ritualism, 1867. 

Philosophy or Truth, 1865. 

Three Months in the Holy Land, 1843. 

Threefold San-toze-king (The), 1856. 

Who is God in China, etc. ? 1855. 
*:^* Numerous translations. 
Malcolm (James Peller), antiquary, 1760- 
1815. 

Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of 
London, 1808, 1811. 

Excursions into the Counties of Kent, etc., 
1807. 

Lives of Topographers and Antiquaries, 1815. 

Londinum Redivivura, 1803-7. 

Miscellaneous Anecdotes of the Manners, etc., 
of Europe, 1811. 
Malcolm (Sir John), historian, born at Wes- 
terkirk, in Scotland, 1769-1833. 

History of Fersia, 1815. (Highly valued.) 

Life of Lord Clive, 1836. 

Memoir of Central India, 1823. (Esteemed.) 

Political History of India, 1826. (Esteemed.) 

Sketch of the Sikhs, 1812. 
(His Life, by J. W. Kaye, 1856.) 
Mallet (David), poet, bom in Perthshire, Scot- 
land, 1700-1765. 

Amyntor and Theodora (a tale in blank verse). 
1747. 

Edwin and Emma (a ballad), 1760. 

Elvira, 1763. 

Excursion (The), a descriptive poem, 1728. 

Eurydice, 1731. 

Life of Lord Bacon, 1740. 

Mustapha, 1739. 

Truth in Rhyme, 1761. 

Verlml Criticism (a satire in verse), 1733. 

William and Margaret (a ballad), 1727. 
Malmesbury (AVilliam of), chronicler, Somer- 
setshire, 1095-1143. 

De Antiquitate Glastoniensis Ecclesise (Gale'a 
edition. 1691). 

De Gestis Regum Anglorum (in five books), 
1127 ; continued in the Historiae Novellie 
(in three books), 1142 ; translated 1815. 

De Gestis Pontificum Anglorum (in four 
books), 1124. 

Life of Aldhelm, 1126 (Gale's edition, 1691). 

Life of Wulstan (Wharton's edition, 1691). 
Malone (Edmond), born in Dublin, 1741-1812 

Life of W. AVyndham, 1810. 

Rise and Progress of the English Stage, 1300. 

Edits Shakespeare, with numerous notes, 
1790-1821. 
(His Life, by sir J. Prior, 1860.) 



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MALORY — MAXT. 



APPENDIX I. 



:MA.\NING MANT. 



Malory (Sir Thomas), 1430--*. 
Morte d' Arthur (History of Prince Arthur), in 
3 parts, 1465-70 ; printed by Caxton, 1485. 
Maltby, I).D. (Edward), bishop of Durham, 
1770-1859. 
Greek Gradus, 1830. 

Illustrations of the Truth of the Christian 
Religion, 1802. (Recommended by bishop 
Tomline.) 
Malthus (Rev. Thomas Robert), political econo- 
mist,hoTn near Dorking,in Surrey, 17 66-1834. 
Crisis (The), 1792. (Not published.) 
Definitions in Political Economy, 1827. 
Essay on the Principle of Population, 1798, 

1803. (His best-known work.) 
Inquiry into the Nature, etc., of Rent, 1815 
Measure of Value, etc. (The), 1823. 
Principles of Political Economy, 1820. 
(His Life, by bishop Otter, 1836.) 
Malton (Thomas), 1750-1804. 

Treatise on Perspective, 1776-83. 
Manby (Captain George William), born at 
Hilgay, in Suffolk, 1765-1854. 
Essay on the Preservation of Shipwrecked 

Persons, etc., 1812. 
Practical Observations on the Preservation of 
Mariners from Stranded Vessels, etc., 1827. 
Mandeville, M.D. (Bernard de), 1670-1733. 
(He must have been born before 1670, or 
else would be only 15 years old when he 
made his Oratio de Medicina.) 
Esop dressed, 1704. 

Fable of the Bees, 1708. (A philosophical 
poem of some 400 lines, to which, in 1714, 
were added prose notes. The object is to 
show the benefits of vices, such as gin- 
drinking, etc. In 1729 a second part, in six 
dialogues, was added.) 
Grumbling Hive (The), 1714. 
Oratio de Medicina, 1685. 
Planter's Charity (The), a poem, 1704. 
Typhon in Verse, 1704. 
Virgin unmasked, 1709. 
World unmasked (The), 1736. 
Mandeville (Sir John de), traveller, born at 
St. Albans, in Hertfordshire, 1300-1372. 
Voyaige and Tnivaile, 1356. (A book of mar- 
vels connected with Jerusalem, the East 
Indies, and Islands of the Indian Ocean.) 
■Wanley (Mary de la Riviere), of Guernsey, a 
Channel island, 1672-1724. 
Adventures of Rivelle. 
Court Intrigues, 1711. 
Lost Lover (The), a comedy. 
Lucius ( a tragedy) 1717. 
Memoirs of Europe towards the Close of the 

Eighteenth Century. 
New Atalantis (love scandals of distinguished 

contemporaries), 1709. 
Power of Love (Tlie), in seven novels, 1720. 
Royal Mistress (The), a tragedy, 1696. 
Secret Memoirs, etc., of Several Persons of 
Quality, 1736. (A satire for which the pub- 
lisher was arrested.) 
MAN>fEKS (Lord John James Robert), born at 
Belvoir Castle, in Leicestershire, 1818- (One 
of the " Young Englanders.") 
England's Trust, and other Poems, 1841. (In 
which occurs the couplet 
Ijet wealth and commerce, laws and learning die, 
But leave us still our old nobility.) 



English Ballads, and other Poems, 185n. 
Importance of Literature to Men of Business, 

1852. 
Plea for National Holy-days, 1843. 
Manning (Anne), novelist, 1807- 

Belforest (a tale of English life), 1864. 
Cherry and Violet, 1853. 
Chronicles of Merrie England, 1854. 
Claude, the Colporteur, 1857. 
Duchess of Trajetto (The). 
Good Old Times, 1856. 
Household of Sir Thomas More, 1851. 
Mary Powell, 1850. 
Miss Biddy Frobisher, 1866. 
Noble Purpose nobly won (A). 
Poplar House Academy, 1859. 
Royal Mischief. 
Tasso and Leonora 
Manning (Charlotte), *-187l. 

Ancient and Mediaeval India, 1856. 
Manning.D.D. (Henry Edward), car di.ial priest, 
born at Totteridge, in Hertfordshire, IsOs- 
Blessed Saci-ament, etc. (The), 1864. 
Cajsarism and Ultramontanism, 1872. 
Daemon of Socrates (The), 1872. 
En<iland and Christendom, 1867. 
Fourfold Sovereignty of God (The), 1871. 
Four Great Evils of the Day (The), 1870. 
Grounds of Faith (The), 1852. 
Holy Baptism, 1843. 

Internal Mission of the Holy Ghost, 1875. 
Last Glories of the Holy See greater than the 

First, 1861. 
(Ecumenical Council (The), and Infallibility 

of the Roman PontifT, 1869. 
Oxford University Sermons, 1845. 
Petri Privilegium, 1871. 
Present Crisis of the Holy See tested by Pro- 
phecy, 1861. 
Reunion of Christendom (The), 1866. 
Rule of Faith (The), 1838. 
Sin and its Consequences, 1876. 
Temporal Mission of the Holy Ghost. i865. 
Temporal Power of the Pope (The), 1866. 
Temporal Sovereignty of the Popes (The), 

1860. 
Thoughts for those that mourn, 1850. 
Unity of the Church (I'he), 1845. 
Vatican Council (The), 1870. 
Vatican Decrees (The), 1875. 
Working of the Holy Spirit, 1864. 
Manning (Rev. Owen), antiquary, etc., born in 
Northamptonshire, 1721-1801. 
History and Antiquities of Surrey, 1804. 
Mansel, D.D. (Henry Longueville), dean of St. 
Paul's, born at Cosgrove, in Northampton- 
shire, 1820-1871. 
Demons of the Winds, and other Poems, 1 838. 
Lectures on History, 1861-62. 
Limits of Religious Thought (a Bampton Lec- 
ture), 1858. 
Metaphysics . . . 1800. 
Philosophy of Kant, 1856. 
Philosophy of the Conditioned, 1866. (With 

Veitch.) 
Prolegomena Logica, 1851. 
Witness of the Church . . . 1864. 
Mant, D.D. (Richard), bishop of Dromore, born 
at Southampton, in Hampshire, 1776-1848. 
Bible, with Notes and Commentanes, 1817. 
(With D'Oyly.) 



MANTELL — MARKIIAM. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. MARINER — MARKHAJI. 1261 



Biographical Notices of the Apostles, etc., 

I5<2i. 

British Months, 1835. 

Christian Sabbath (The), 1830. 

Gospel Miracles, 1832. 

History of the Church of Ireland, 1840. 

Life of Christ, 1840, 

Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1824. 

Poems, 1806-7. 

Simpliciad (The), 1809. 

(His Life, by Berens, 1849.) 
Maxtell, LL.D. (Gideon Algernon), geologist, 
bom at Lewes, in Sussex, 1790-1852. 

Atlas of Fossil Remains, 1850. 

Fossils of the South Downs, 1822, 

Fossils of the Tilgate Forest, 1836. 

Geological Excursions in the Isle of Wight, 
etc., 1847. 

Geology of the South Coast of England (The), 

1833. 
•Illustrations of the Geology of Sussex, 1822. 

Medals of Creation, 1844. 

Petrifactions and their Teachings, 1851. 

Thoughts on Animalcules, 1846. 

Thoughts on a Pebble. 1840. 

Wonders of Geology, 1838. (His most popu- 
lar work.) 
Mantok, D.D. (Thomas), ejected nonconformist, 
1620-1677. 

Exposition of the Epistle of St. .James, 1653 ; 
of the Epistle of St. Jude, 1658 ; of the 
Lord's Prayer, posthumous 1684 ; of Psalm 
cxix., 1681. 
(His Life, by Harris, 1725.) 
Mapes (Walter), archdeacon of Oxford, poet, 
etc., 1143-1210. 
(Author of the famous drinking song, 

"Meum est propositum in taberna mori.") 

De Nugis Curialium (satires and songs), 
printed 1850. (There was a De Nugis Cu- 
rialium by John of Salisbury, 1156, printed 
1475.) 

*,* Mapes wrote in French (then the verna- 
cular tongue), the Mort Artus, Lancelot of 
the Lake, and the Quest of the St. Graal. 
Mavother, M.D. (Edward Dillon), born at Fair- 
view, in Ireland, 1835- 

Lectures on Public Health, 1869. 

:\ranual of Physiology, 1871. 
Makbeck (John), musical composer, *-15S5. 

Booke of Common Praier with Notes, 1550. 

Booke of Notes and Common-Places, 1581. 

Concordance of the Bible, 1500. (The first 
ever compiled in English.) 

Dialog betweene Youth andOlde Age, 1584. 

Historic of King David in Meetre, 1579. 

Lives of the Saincts, etc., 1574. 

Ripping up of the Pope's Fardel, 1581. 
M arcet (Mrs.), educational writer, 1769-1858. 

Clonversations on Chemistry, .1809. 

Natural Philosophy, 1819. 

Political Economy, 1816. 
March, LL.D. (Francis Andrew), Saxonist, 
born at Millbury, U.S., 1825- 

Anglo-Saxon Grammar, 1870. 

introduction to Anglo-Saxon, 1871. 

Method of Philological Study of. the English 
Language (A), 1865. 
Maugoliolth, LL.D. (Rev. Moses), a Jewish 
convert, 1820-1881. 

Abyssinia : its Past, Present, and Future, 1866. 



Anglo-Hebrews (The), their Wrongs, etc., 
1856. 

Apostolic Triple Benediction (An), 1853. 

England's " Crown of Rejoicing," 1853. 

Essay on the Poetry of the Pentateuch, 1871. 

Exposition of Isaiah, 1846. 

Gospel (The) and its Mission, 1860. 

Haidad (The), 1864. 

History of the Jews of Great Britain, 1851. 

Israel's Ordinance examined, 1844. 

Jews of Great Britain (The), 1846. 

Lord's Prayer no, Adaptation, etc. (The), 1?76. 

Oracles of God (The), 1870. 

Pilgrimage to the Land of my Fathers, 1850. 

Principles of Modern Judaism, 1843. 

Quarrel of God's Covenant (The), 1857, 

Sacred Minstrelsy, 1853. 

Sermons, 1851, 1861, 1874. 

Spirit of Prophecy (The), 1864. 

True Light (The), 1862. 

Vestiges of Historic Anglo-Hebrews, 1869. 
Mariner (William), *-*. 

Account of the Natives of the Tonga Islands, 
1818. (Excellent.) 
Markham (Clement Robert), born at Stilling- 
fleet, in Yorkshire, 1830- 

Cuzco and Lima, 1856. 

Franklin's Footsteps, 1852. 

History of the Abyssinian Expedition, 1869. 

History of Persia, 1873. 

Life of Lord Fairfax, 1870. 

Memoir of the Countess of Chlnchon, 1875. 

OUanta (a Quichua drama), 1871. 

Quichua Grammar and Dictionary, 1863. 

Spanish Irrigation, 1867. 

Threshold of the Unknown Region (The), 
1874. 

Travels in Peru and India, 1856. 
Markham (Gervase), miscellaneous writer, 
1570-1655. 

Art of Archerie, 1634. 

Cavelarie, or the English Horseman, 1607. 

Cheap and Good Husbandry, 1614. 

Countrey Contentment, 1611. 

Countrey Farmer (The), 1616. 

Cure for Diseases in Horses, 1610. 

Discourse of Horsemanship, 1593. 

Dumbe Knight (The), a comedy, 1603. (Also 
attributed to Machin.) 

English Arcadia (The), 1607, 1613. 

English Housewife, 1615. 

English Husbandman, 1613-14. 

Farewell to Husbandry, 1620. 

Gentleman's Academy (The"), 1595. 

Herod Antipater (a tragedy), 1622. 

Honour in Perfection, 1604. 

How to chuse, etc., Horses, 1596. 

How to train Horses, 1605. 

Pleasures of Princes (fishing and cock-fight- 
ing), 1615. 

Poem of Poems (The), eight eclogues, 1596. 

Sir Richard Grinvile (a tragedy), 1595. 

Souldier's Accidence (The), 1625 ; Grammar, 
1639 ; Exercise, 1643. 

Teares of the Beloved, 1600. (The lament of 
John on the death of Christ.) 

Vox Militis (in two parts), 1625. 

Way to get Wealth (The), 1625. (By farm- 
ing) 

Young Sportsman's Instructor (The), no 



1262 



MARKS — MARSH. 



APPENDIX I. 



MARSDEN — MARSH. 



Marks, R.A. (Henry Stacy), London, 1829- 

The Apothecary, 1876 ; Author and Critics, 
1881; The Bookworm, 1871; Capital and 
Labour, 1874; Convocation, 1878; Dofx,- 
berry's Charge to the Watch, 1859; An 
Episcopal Visitation, 1881 ; Experimental 
Gunnery in the Middle Agee, 1863; The 
Franciscan Sculptor, 1861 ; Jolly Postboys, 
1875 ; The Man of Law, 1881 ; The Orni- 
thologist, 1873 ; The Princess and the Peli- 
can, 1870 ; St. Francis preaching to the 
Birds, 1870 ; The Spider and the Fly, 1877 ; 
Toothache in the Middle Ages, 1856 ; What 
is it ? 1873. 
Marlowe (Christopher), dramatist, born at 
Canterbury, 1565-1593, 

Ovid's Elegies, 1597. 
*^* For his nine dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Cunningham ; Dyce, 1850.) 
]\Iakmion (Sbackerlpy), jpoet and dramatic 
author, 1602-1639. 

Antiquary (The), a comedy, 1633. 

Cupid and Psyche (an epic poem), 1637. 

Fine Companion (A), a play, 1633. 

Holland's Leaguer (a comedy), 1632. (Ex- 
cellent.) 
Marriott (Wharton Booth), 1823-1871. 

Vestiarium Christianum, 1867. 
Marrtat (Captain Frederick), naval novelist, 
Loudon, 1792-1848. 

Children of the New Forest (The), 1847. 

Code of Signals for . . , the Merchant Service, 
1837. 

Diary in America (A), two series, 1839. 

Frank Mildmay, or the Naval OflBcer, 1829. 

Jacob Faithful, 1835. 

Japhet in Search of a Father, 1836. 

Joseph Rushbrook, 1841. 

King's Own (The), 1830. 

Little Savage (The), 1847. 

Masterman Ready, 1841. (His best.) 

Mission (The), or Scenes in Africa, 1845. 

Mr. Midshipman Easy, 1836. 

Monsieur Violet, 1843, 

Newton Forster, 1832. 

011a Podrida, 1840. 

Pacha of Many Tales (The), 1835. 

Percival Keene, 1842. 

Peter Simple, 1833. 

Phantom Ship (The), 1839. 

Pirate and the Three Cutters (The), 1836. 

Poor Jack, 1840. 

Privateer's Man (The), 1844. 

Settlers in Canada (The), 1844. 

Snarley-Yow, or the Dog-Fiend, 1837. 

Valerie (an autobiography), 1849. 
(His Life, by his daughter Florence, 1872.) 
Marrtat (Florence), subsequently Mrs. Ross- 
Church, novelist, daughter of Captain Mar- 
ryat, the sea-novelist, born at Brighton, 
1837- 

Broken Blossom (A), 1879. 

Confessions of Gerald Estcourt, 1867. 

r air-haired Alda, 1880. 

Fighting the Air, 1875. 

For Ever and Ever, 1866. 

liirls of Feversham, 1868. 

Gyp (sketches of Anglo-Indian life), 1868. 

Harvest of Wild Oats (A), 1877. 

Her Fathers Name, 1876. 

Her Lord and Master, 1870, 



Her Own. 

Her Word against a Lie, 1878. 
Hidden Chains, 1876. 

Life and Letters of Captain F. Marryat, 1872 
L'ttle Stepson (A), 1877. 
Love's Conflict, 1865. 
Mad Dumaresq, 1873, 
My Own Child, 1876. 
My Sister, the Actress, 1881. 
Nelly Brooke, 1867. 
No Intentions, 1874, 
No Valentines, 1873, 
Open Sesame, 1875. 
Petronel. 1869. 

Prey of the Gods (The), 1871. 
Root of All Evil (The), 1879, 
Sybil's Friend, etc., 1873. 
Too Good for him, 18C5. 
Verdique, 1S68. 
Veronique (a romance), 1869. 
With Cupid's Eyes, 1880. 
Woman against Woman, 1866. 
Written in Fire, 1878. 
Marsden, D.C.L, (William), orientalist, Dublin, 

1754-1836. 
Catalogue of Dictionaries, etc., 1796. 
Essays, 1832. 
Grammar and Dictionary of the Malayan 

Language, 1812. 
History of Sumatra, 1782. (A model work.) 
Memoirs of a Malayan Family, 1830. 
Numismata Orientalia, 1823-25. 
Travels of Marco Polo, 1817. 

(His Memoir, by himself, printed by his 
■widow, 1838.) 
Marsh Caldwell (Anne), novelist, 1796-1874. 
Evelyn Marston, 1853. 
Norman's Bridge, 1847. 
Rose of Ashurst (The), 1855. 
Time, the Avenger, 1849. 
Triumphs of Time (The), 1836. 
Two Old Men's Tales, 1834. 
Marsh, LL.D. (George Perkins), philologist, 

born at Woodstock, U.S., 1801- 
Camel (The), his Habits and Uses, 1856. 
Grammar of the Icelandic Language, 1838. 
Lectures on the English Language, 1861. 
Origin and History of the English Language, 

1862 ; now called " The Earth as Modified 

by Human Action," 1874. 
Marsh, D.D. (Herbert), bishop of Peterborough, 

bom in London, 1756-1839. 
Authenticity of the Pentateuch, 1792. 
Course of Lectures on Divinity, 1809-23. 

(Most valuable.) 
Dissertation on the First Three Gospels, 

1801. 
History of the Politics of Great Britain and 

France, 1800. 
History of the Translations of the Holy Scrip- 
tures, 1812, 
Horae Pelasgicas, 1815. 
National Religion, 1811. 
Translation of Michaelis's Introdtiction to the 

New Testament, 1792-1801. 
Marsh (John B.), born at Chester, 1835- 
Dick Whittington, 1874. 
For Liberty's Sake, 1873. 
Robin Hood, 1865. 
Sayings of Shakespeare, 1863. 
• Story of Harecouit (The), 1871. 



MARSH — MARTIN. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



MARTIN. 



1263 



Venice and the Venetians, 1873, 

Wise Stvyings of the Great and Good, 1861. 
Marsh, D.D. (Narcissus), archbishop of Ar- 
magh, born in Wiltshire, 1638-1713. 

Introductory Essay to the Doctrine of Sounds, 
1683. 

Mauuductio ad Logicam, 1678. 
Marshall (Francis Albert), dramatic author, 
London, 1840- 

Brighton (a comedy), 1874. 

Corrupt Practices (a drama), 1870. 

False Shame (a comedy), 1872. (His best.) 

Family Honours, 1878. 

Mad as a Hatter (a farce), 1863. 

Study of Hamlet (A), 1875. 

Q. E. D. (a comedietta), 1871. 
]\Iarshall (John), biographer, born in Virginia, 
U.S., 1755-1835. 

Life of Washington, 1804-7. 

Royal Naval Biography (12 vols.), 1823-35. 
I^Iarshall, D.D. (Thomas), born in Leicester- 
shire, 1621-1685. 

Observationes in Evangeliorum Versiones, 
1665. 
^Iakshall, R.A. (William Calder), sculptor, 
born in Edinburgh, 1813- 

The Broken Pitcher, 1842 ; The Dancing Girl 
reposing, 1846 ; Equestrian Statue of Lord 
Napier of llagdala, 18?0 ; The First Whisper 
of Love, 1845; Miranda, 1880; Sabrina, 
1847 ; Sabrina thrown into the Severn, 1881. 
Marshall (William Humphrey), agricultural 
writer, 1745-1818. 

Landed Property of England (The), 1804. 

Management of Landed Estates (The), 1806. 

Minutes of Agriculture, 1778. 

Observations on Agriculture and the Weather, 
1779. 

Planting and Ornamental Gardening, 1785. 

Rural Economy of Norfolk, 1787 ; Gloucester- 
shire, etc., 1789 ; the Midland Counties, 
1790; the Southern Counties, 1798; the 
West of England, 1796 ; Yorkshire, 1788. 
Marsham (Sir John), chronologist, London, 
1602-1685. 

Canon Chronicus jEgyptiacus, Ebraicus, 
Greecus, 1672. (A learned work.) 
Marshman, D.D. (Joshua), Baptist missionary, 
born at WestburyLeigh.in Wiltshire, 1767- 
1837. 

Bengalee and English Dictionary, 1825. 

Clavis Sinica, 1814. (An excellent work.) 

Dissertation on the Characters and Sounds of 
the Chinese Language, 1800. 

Sanskrit Grammar, 1815. 

Works of Confucius, with a Translation, 1811. 
Marston (John), dramatist, 1575-1634. 

Metamorphosis of Pigmalioru's Image (satires), 
1598. 

Scourge of Villanie (The), three books of 
satires, 1598. 
*:^* For his plays, see Appendix III, 
(His Life, by Halliwell, 1856.) 
Mauston (Philip Bourke), poet, son of Dr. 
Westland Marston, *- 

All in All (poems and sonnets), 1874. 

Songtide, and other Poems, 1871. 
Marston, LL.D. (Westland), poet, born at Bos- 
ton, in Lincolnshire, 1820- 

Ann Blake (a play), 1852. 

Death-ride at Balaclava, 1855. 



Dramatic and Poetic Works, 1876. 

Family Credit, and other Tales, 1861. 

Favourite of Fortune (The), a comedy, 1806. 

Gerald, and other Poems, 1842. 

Heart and the World (The), a play, 1847. 

Hero of Romance (A), 1867. (From the 
French.) 

Lady in her Own Right (A), a novel, 1860. 

Life for Life (a play), 1868, 

Life's Ransom (A), 1853. 

I'atrician's Daughter (The), a tragedy, 1841. 

Strathmore (a tragedy), 1849. 
Martin (Benjamin), mathematician, etc., 1704- 
1782. 

Bibiiotheca Technologica, 1776. 

Description and Use of the Air-Pump, 1766. 

Description of Use of both the Gloves, etc., 
1736. 

Institutions of Astronomical Calculations, 
1765. 

Introduction to the Newtonian Philosophy, 
1766. 

Mathematical Institutions, 1764. 

INIemoirs of the Academy of Paris, 1740. 

Natural Hist, of England, with Maps, 1759-63. 

New . . , System of Decimal Arithmetic, 1735. 

New Elements of Optics, 1759. 

Philology and Philosophical Geography, 1759. 

Philosophic Grammar . , . 1735. 

Philosophica Britannica, 1753. 

System of the Newtonian Philosophy, 1759. 
Martin (John), painter, born near Hexham, in 
Northumberland, 1789-1854. 

Belshazzar's Feast, 1821 ; Canute rebuking 
his Courtiers, 1843 ; Christ stilling the 
Tempest, 1843; Creation, 1824; Death of 
Jacob, 1838 ; Death of Moses, 1838 ; The 
Deluge, 1826 ; Destruction of Herculaneum, 
1822; The Expulsion from the Garden, 
1813; The Fall of Babylon, 1819 ; The Fall 
of Nineveh, 1828 ; The Flight into Egypt, 
1828 ; Joshua commanding the Sun to 
stand still, 1814 ; The Last Judgment, 1854 
(unfinished); The Last Man, 1850; Mac- 
beth, 1820; Morning and Evening, 1844; 
Pandemonium, 1841 ; The Paphian Bower, 
1823 ; Paradise, 1813 ; Sadka in Search ot 
the Waters of Oblivion, 1812; The Seventh 
Plague, 1823 ; Twilight, 1852 ; Valley of the 
Thames, 1851. 
(His Autobiography, 1854.) 
Martin (Robert Montgomery), historical 
writer, born at Tyrone, in Ireland, 1803- 
1870. 

British Colonial Library (The), 1843. 

China, Political, Commercial, and Social, 1847. 

History of the British Colonies, 183-^-38. 

History, Antiquities, etc., of Eastern India, 
1833. 
Martin (Sir Theodore), born at Edinburgh, 
1816- 

Aladdin (a play), 1857. (From the German.) 

Bon Gaultier Ballads, 1854. (With Aytoun.) 

Correggio (a play), 1854. (From the German.) 

Life of Aytoun, 1867. 

Life of the Prince Consort (five vols.), 1874-79. 
(His chief work.) 

Odes of Horace, 1860. 

Poems, 1863. 
(^Vith Aytoun several translations from 

Catullus, Goethe, Schiller, and Uhland.) 



12(i4 MARTINEAU — MASSEY. 



APPENDIX I. 



MASKELL — MASSEY. 



Martinkau (Harriet), born at Norwich, 1802- 

1876. 
Autobiography, posthumous 1877. 
Billow and the Rock (The), 1846. 
Biographical Sketches, 1872. 
British Rule m India, 1857. 
Christmas Pay (a tale), 1824. (Its sequel is 

called " The Friend.") 
Complete Guide to the Lakes, 1854. 
Corporate, Traditional, and Natural Rights, 

1857. 
Crofton Boys (The), 1840. 
Deerbrook, 1839. 

Devotional Exercises ... for the Young, 1823. 
Eastern Life, etc., 1848. 
Endowed Schools in Ireland, 1859. 
England and her Soldiers, 1859. 
Factory Controversy (The), 1855. 
Feats of the Fiord, 1840. 
Forest and Game Law Tales, 1845. 
Friend (The), 1825. 

Health, Husbandry, and Handicraft, 1861. 
History of England during the Thirty Years 

Peace, 1816-46, 1849-50 ; introduction, 1851. 

(Her chief work.) 
History of the American Compromise, 1856. 
Hour and the Man (The), 1840. 
Household Education, 1854. 
Illustrations of Political Economy (a series of 

tales), 1833. 
Illustrations of Taxation (a series of tales), 

1834. 
Laws of Man's Nature, etc., 1851. (With 

Atkinson.) 
Letter on Mesmerism, 1845. 
Life in the Sick-Room, 1843. 
Poor Laws and Paupers (a series of tales), 

1834. 
Principle and Practice, 1826. 
(3) Prize Essays, 1830. 
Retrospect of Western Travel, 1838. 
Rioters, 1826. 
Society in America, 1837. 
Traditions of Palestine, 1830. 
Turn-out (The), 1827. 
Maktinp:au, LL.D. (James), Unitarian minis- 
ter, born at Norwich, 1805- 
Endeavours after the Christian Life, 1843-47. 
Essays, 1869. 
Hours of Thought, 1876. 
Hymns, 1840, 1874. 
Ideal Substitutes for God, 1878. 
Miscellanies, 1852. 

Rationale of Religious Inquiry, 1837. 
Religion and Modern Materialism, 1874. 
Studies of Christianity, 1858. 
Marttn, F.R.S. (John), botanist, London, 

1699-1768. 
Edited Virgil's Bucolics, 1749 ; Georgics, 1741. 

(With botanical notes and plates.) 
Martin (Thomas), naturalist, born at Chelsea, 

1735-1825. 
Aranei, 1793. 

English Entomologist, 1792. 
Flora Rustica, 1792-94. 
Universal Conchologist, 1784. 
Marvell (Andrew), born at Kingston-upon- 

HuU, in Yorkshire, 1620-1678. 
Account of the Growth of Popery, etc., post- 
humous 1678. 
Flagellum Parliamentarium, 1661. 



Miscellaneous Poems, posthumous 1681. 

Mr. Smirke, 1674. 

Rehearsal transposed (The), 1672. 

Seasonable Argument (A), posthumous 1681, 
(His Life, by Cooke, 1772; Thompson, 1776.) 
Maskell (William), born at Bath, in Somerset- 
shire, 1814- 

Ancient and Mediaeval Ivories, 1872. 

Ancient Liturgy of the Church of England, 
1844. 

History of the " Martin Marprelate " Contro- 
versy, 1845. 

Monumenta Ritualia Ecclesias Anglicanae, 
1846-47. 

Odds and Ends, 1872. 
Maskeltne, D.D. (Nevil), astronomer, London, 
1732-1811. 

Astronomical Observations, 1776. 

British Mariner's Guide (The), 1763. 

Catalogue of the Stars, 1790. 

Nautical Almanac, 1767-1811. 

Tables for computing the . . . Places of the 
Fixt Stars, 1774. 
Mason (Rev. John), called "Mason of Strat- 
ford ; " with the exception of George 
Wither, the earliest writer of English 
hymns. Dr. Watts has borrowed largely 
from him. 

Angel's Oath, •' Time is no longer (The), a 
prophecy, 1694. 

Midnight Cry (The), the parable of the Ten 
Virgins, 1694. 

Songs of Praise, 1683. 
Mason (Rev. John), dissenting minister, called 
" Mason of Dorking," born at Dunmow, in 
Essex, 1706-1763. 

Christian Morals, 1761. 

Lord's-Day Evening Entertainment (The), 
1751. 

Self-Knowledge, 1745. (Excellent.) 
Mason (Rev. John Mitchell), American divine, 
1770-1829. 

Sermons, etc., with a Memoir by Dr. Eadie, 
1860. 
Mason (Rev. William), poet, born at Hull, in 
Yorkshire, 1725-1797. 

Caractacus (a dramatic poem), 1759. 

Elfrida (a dramatic poem), 1753. 

English Garden (The), a poem in four books, 
blank verse, 1772-82. 

Fall of Tyranny (The), 1756. 

Heroic Epistle (An), 1773. 

Isis (a poetical attack on Oxford), 1748. 

Life of Gray (the poet), 1775. 

Melancholy, 1756. 

Memory, 1756. 

Odes on Independence, 1756. 

Religio Clerici (a poem in two parts), 1810. 
Mason (Wiliam Monck) antiquary, Dublin, 
about 1780-1830. 

History and Antiquities of the Cathedral of 
St. Patrick, near Dublin, 1820. 
Masset (Gerald), poet, bom at Tring, in Hert- 
fordshire, 1828- 

Ballad of Babe Christabel, and other Poems, 
1855. 

Craigcrook Castle, and other Poems, 1856. 

Havelock's March, and other Poems, 1861. 

Poems and Chansons, 1846. (His first work.) 

Shakespeare's Sonnets and his Private Friends, 



MASSIE — MAWK. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



MATURIK — MAWE. 



1265 



Tale of Eternity (A), and other Poems, 1869. 

Voices of Freedom and Lyrics of Love, 
1849. 
JIassie (Rev. James William), 1799-1869. 

America, 1864. 

Continental India, 1840. 

Evangelical Alliance, 1847. 

Revivals in Ireland, 1859-60. 
Massinger (Philip), dramatist, bom at Salis- 
bury, 1584-1640. 
*,* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by T. Davies, 1789 ; H. Coleridge, 

1859.) 
Masson (David), of Aberdeen, 1822- 

British Novelists, etc., 1859. 

Critical Sketch ... of British Prose Fiction, 
1859. 

Drummond of Hawthomden, 1873. 

Essays, Biographical and Critical, etc., 1856. 

Life of John Milton, 1858-1879. 

Recent British Philosopher, 1865. 

Three Devils (The), Luther's, Milton's, and 
Goethe's. 
Mathek, D.D. (Cotton), bom at Boston, U.S., 
1663-1728. 

Christian Philosopher (The), 

Curiosa Americana, 1712. 

Ecclesiastical History of New England. 

Magnalia Christi Americana, 1702. 

Memorable Providences relating to Witch- 
craft, 1685. (An investigation into the 
famous " Salem Witchcraft.") 

Wonders of the Invisible World, 1692. (Trials 
of witches.) 
(His Life, by his son Samuel, who also 

wrote the life of Dr. Nathaniel Mather, under 

the title of "Early Piety Exemplified," 1689.) 
Mather, D.D. (Increase), born at Dorchester, 
Massachusetts, U.S., 1639-1723. 

Remarkable Providences, 1684 ; and above 90 
other works. 
Mathews (Cornelius), novelist, bom at Port 
Chester, in New York, U.S., 1817- 

Behemoth, 1839. 

Money Penny, or the Heart of the World, 
1850. 

Poems on Man in the Republic, 1843. 

Politicians (The), 1840. 
M ATHiAS (Thomas James), satirist, 1757-1835. 

Odes, 1798. 

Political Dramatist, 1795. 

Pursuits of Literature, 1794-95. (His chief 
work.) 

Works of Thomas Gray, 1814, 
Matthew ok Paris, or Matthew Paris, monk 
of St. Albans, 13th century. 

Historia Major (1067-1273). This history up 
to 1235 is ascribed to Roger of Wendover, 
and only the supplement (1235-1273) is 
attributed to Matthew Paris. See Matthew 
OP Westminster. 

Lives of the Kings of Mercia and Abbots of 
St. Albans. 
Matthew op WESTimfSTER, chronicler, 14th 
century. 

Flores Historiaram. (This is for the most 
part drawn from the " Flowers of History " 
by Roger of Wendover, but the reigns of 
John, Henry III., and Edward I. are origi- 
nal. It brings the history to 1307. First 
printed in 1567.) See Matthew of Paris. 



Matorin (Rev. Robert Charles), dramatist, etc, 
bom at Dublin, 1782-1824. 

Albigenaes (The), 1814. 

Bertram (a tragedy), 1816. 

Controversial Sermons, 1824. 

Fatal Revenge (a tragedy), 1807. 

Manuel (a tragedy), 1817. 

Melmoth, the Wanderer (a novel), 1820. 

Women, or "Pour et Contre" (a novel), 1818. 
Maty, M.D. (Matthew), born in Holland, but 
settled in England, 1718-1776, 

Journal Britannique, 1750-57. 

Memoirs of Richard Mead, D.D., 1755. 
Maunder (Samuel), bom at Islington, 1790- 
1849. 

Biographical Treasury, 1838. 

Treasury of Knowledge, 1830. 

Treasury of Literature and Science, 1840. 

Treasury of Natural History, 1848. 
Maundrei.l (Rev. Henry), traveller, 1650-1710. 

Journey from Aleppo to Jerusalem, 1697. 
Maurice (Rev, John Frederick Denison), 1805- 
1872. 

Bible and Science (The), 1863. 

Christian Ethics, 1867. 

Commandments (The), 1866. 

Conflict of Good and Evil (The), 1865. 

Conscience (The), 1868. 

Doctrine of Sacrifice (The), 1854. 

Eustace Conyers (a novel), 1831. 

Friendship of Books (The), 1873. 

History of Moral and Physical Philosophy, 
1853-62. 

Kingdom of Christ, 1842. 

Kingdom of Heaven, 1864. 

Lectures on Ecclesiastical History, 1854. 

On the Lord's Prayer, 1848. 

Patriarchs and Lawgivers of the Old Testa- 
ment, 1855. 

Prophets and Kings of the Old Testament, 
1853. 

Religions of the World, 1847. 

Social Morality, 1869. / /L i-t fo ^ li ) 

Theological Essays, ifefrfc- / v i >'?-»- v *- • • / 

The word " Eternal," and the Punishment of 
the Wicked, 1853. 
Maurice (Rev. Thomas), historian and orien- 
talist, etc., born at Hertford, 1755-1824, 

History of Hindostan, 1795-98. 

Indian Antiquities, 1793-1800. (Highly com- 
mended by bishop Tomline.) 

Memoirs, 1819-22. 

Modern History of Hindostan, 1802-10. 

Poems, Sermons, etc. 

Richmond Hill (a poem), 1807, 

Westminster Abbey, and other Poems, 1784. 

Maury (Matthew), hydrographer, bom in 

Spottsylvania County, U.S., 1806-1873. 

Physical Geography of the Sea, 1854. 
Mavor, LL.D. (Rev. William) of Aberdeen- 
shire, Scotland, 1758-1837. 

British Tourist (The), 1807. 

Spelling Book (The), of almost unprecedented 
sale. 

Universal History (in 25 vols.), 1802-13. 

Voyages, Travels, etc. (in 25 vols.), 1796-1802. 
Mawe (John), 1764-1829. 

Familiar Lessons on Mineralogy and Geology, 
1799. 

Linnaean System of Conchology (The), 1823. 

Mineralogy of Derbyshire, 1802. 

4 M 



1266 MAXWELL — MELVILLE. 



APPENDIX I. 



MAYO — MELVILLE. 



Shell Collector's Pilot, 1825. 

Travels in Brazil, 1812. (His chief work.) 

Treatise on Diamonds and Precious Stones, 

1813. 
Maxwell (James), poet, 17th century. 
Carolana (a poem), 1614. 
Golden Legend (The), 1611. (Abraham, Isaac, 

and Jacob, with ther wives.) 
Notable Prophecies, 1615. 
Prince Henry, and other Poems, 1612. 
Queen Elizabeth's Looking-glass, 1612. 
Maxwell (William Hamilton), novelist, 1795- 

1850. 
Stories of Waterloo, 1829. 
Maxwell (Sir William Stirling), born at Kin- 
mure, in Scotland, 1818-1878. 
Annals of the Artists of Spain, 1848. 
Cloister Life of Charles V. (The), 1852. 
Soliman the Magnificent, 1877. 
Songs of the Holy Land, 1847. 
Velasquez, 1855. 
May (Thomas), poet and historian, boni at 

Mayfield, in Sussex, 1595-1650. 
Antigone (a classical play), 1631. 
Breviary of the History of the Parliament of 

England, 1650. 
Cleopatra (a tragedy), 1639. 
Heir (The), a play, 1622. 
History of the Parliament of England, etc., 

1643-47. (Praised by bishop Warburton.) 
Julia Agrippina, Empresse of Rome (an his- 
toric play), 1639. 
Life of the Satirical Puppy, called Nim, 

1657. 
Old Couple (The), a comedy, 1658. 
Eeigne of King Henry II. (an historic poem, 

in seven books), 1633. 
Supplementum Lucani, 1640. 
Victorious Reigne of King Edward III. (an 
historic poem, in seven books), 1635. 

*;^* Translation of Lucan's Fharsalia, Vir- 
gil's Georgics, etc. 
Mat (Sir Thomas Erskine), 1815- 
Constitutional History of England since the 

Accession of George III., 1861-63, 1871. 
Democracy in Europe (a history), 1877. 
Treatise on the Law, etc., of Parliament, 

1844, 
Mater (Brantz), bom at Baltimore, U.S., 1809- 
Mexico as it was, and as it is, 1844. 
Mexico, Aztec, Spanish, and Republican, 

1851. 
Mathew (Henry), 1812- 
Great World of London (The), 1856. 
London Labour and London Poor, 1851. 
Mormons, or Latter-day Saints (The), 1852. 
Rhine (The), and its Scenery, 1856-58. 
Wandering Minstrel (The), a farce, 1841. 

(With Beckett.) 
Wonders of Science (The), 1855. 
Matne, D.D. (Jasper), dramatist, of Devon- 
shire, 1604-1672. 
Amorous Warre (a tragi-comedy to satirize 

the Puritans). 1648. 
Citye Match (The), a comedy, 1639. 
Matne (John), poet, 1759-1836. 
Hallowe'en, 1780. 
Logan Braes (a ballad), 1781. (From this 

Burns borrowed.) 
Siller Gun (The), first In 12 stanzas, 1777; 

afterwards expanded into four cantos, ISOS. 



Mato (Herbert), hydropathic doctor, *-1852. 
Letters on the Truths contained in Popular 

Superstitions, 1849. 
Outlines of Human Physiology, 1827. 
Philosophy of Living, 1837. 
Mato, M.D. (Thomas), London, 1790-1871. 
Elements of the Pathology of the Mind, 1833 
Outlines of Medical Proof revised, 1850. 
Mayo, M.D. (William Starbuck), novelist, born 

at Ogdensburg, U.S., 1812- 
Berber (The), or the Mountaineer of the 

Atlas, 1850. 
Kaloolah, or Journeyings to the Djebel 

Kumri, 1848. 
Mead, M.D. (Richard), born n-ear London, 1675- 

1754. 
Dissertation on the Scurvy, 1749. 
Mechanical Account of Poisons, 1702. 
Medica Sacra, 1748. 
Moneta et Prsecepta Medica, 1751. 

(His Life, by Matthew Maty, 1755.) 
Mede (Rev. Joseph), of Essex, 1586-1633. 

Clavis Apocalyptica, 1627. 
Medwin (Captain Thomas), 19th century. 
Angler in Wales (The), 1 834. 
Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824. 
Lady Singleton (a novel), 1842. 
Shelley Papers (The), 1833. 
Melmoth (William), called " Melmoth of Lin- 
coln's Inn," 1710-1799. 
Importance of a Religious Life, 1711. 

(His Life, by his son William, 1796.) 
Melmoth (William), called " Melmoth of Bath," 

son of the above, 1710-1799. 
Letters (at one time immensely admired), 

called " Fitzosborne's Letters," H 4 9. ' — — v 
Life of William Melmoth, K.C., 1796. 
Translation of Pliny's Letters, 1746; parts 

of Cicero, 1753, 1773, 1777. (Considered 

models of translation.) 
Melville (Andrew), a reformer, Scotland, 

1545-1622. 
Gathelus, sive de Origine Gentis Scotorum, 

1602. 
Melvini Musee, etc., 1620. 
Satyra Menippaea, 1619. (Supposed to be by 

Scioppius and not Melville.) 
Stephaniskion, 1590. 

(His Life, by MacCrie, 1819.) 
Melville (George John Whyte), novelist, 1821- 

1878. 
Black but Comely, posthumous 1879. 
Bones and I, 1868. 
Brookes of Bridlemere (The), 1864. 
Cerise, 1865. 
Contraband, 1870. 
Digby Grand, 1853. 
General Bounce, 1854. 
Gladiators (The), 1863. (His best nevel.' 
Good for Nothmg, 1861. 
Holmby House, 1860. 
Interpreter (The), 1858. 
Kate Coventry, 1856. 
Katerfelto, 1875. 
M. or N., 1869. 
Market Harborough, 1861. 
Queen's Maries (i'he), 1S64. 
Rosine, 1876. 
Roy's Wife, 1878. 
Sarchedon, 1S71. 
Satanella, 1872. 



Vi 



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^'j 



MELVILLE — MIALL. 



RIBLIOGRAPHICAL. meredith— miall. 1207 



Sister Louise, 1875. 
Tilbury Nogo, 1861. 
True Cross (The), 1873. 
Uncle John, 1874. 
White Rose (The), 1868. 
Melville (Herman), novelist, born at New 

York, U.S., 1819- 
Confidence Man (The), 1857. 
Israel Potter, 1860. 

Mardi (a philosophical romance), 1848. 
Moby Dick, or the White Whale, 1851. 
Omoo, or Adventures in the South Seas, 1847. 
Piazza Tales (The), 1856. 
Pierre, or the Ambiguities, 1852. 
Redbum, 1849. 

Typee, 1846. (His first literary work.) 
White Jacket, or the "World in a Man-of-war, 

1850. 
Melville (Sir James), historian, 1535-1617. 
Memoirs, first printed 1683. (It is an account 

of the most remarkable aft'airs of state not 

mentioned by other historians.) 
Mekdham (Joseph), 19th century. 
Account of the " Indexes," 1826, 
Clavis Apostolica, 1821. 
Index Librorum Prohibitorum, by Gregory 

XVI., 1835 ; by Sextus V., 1835. 
Life of Pius V., 1832. 
Memoirs of the Council of Trent, 1834. 
Venal Indulgences, 1839. 
Menkis, or Meknes (Sir John), traveller and 

poet, 1591-1671. 
Musarum Delicise, 1656. (Here may be found 

the famous lines, imitated in Eudibras — 

He that fights and runs away 
May live to fight another day ; 
But he that is in battle slain 
Can never rise to fight again.) 

ilERCER (Lieutenant-Colonel William), poet, 

17th century. 
Angliae Speculum (part i. a long poem, partii. 

short poems), 1646. 
Edinburgh Vertues, and other Poems, 1632. 
Elegy on the Earl of Essex, 1646. 
Jloderate Cavalier (The), in verse, 1675. 
News from Parnassus, 1682. 
Welcome to the Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 

1669. 
Meredith (George), poet and novelist, bom in 

Hampshire, 1828- 
Adventures of Harry Richmond, 1871. 
Beauchamp's Career, 1875. 
Egoist (The), 1879. 
Emilia in England, 1864. 
Evan Harrington (a novel of modem life), 1861. 
Farina (a legend of Cologne), 1857. 
Harry Richmond, 1871. 
Mary Bertrand, 1860. 
Modern Love (poems and ballads), 1862. 
Ordeal of Richard Feveril (The), a novel, 1859. 
Poems, 1851. 
Poems and Ballads, 1862. 
Rhoda Fleming, 1865. 
Bhaving of Shagpat (The), a burlesque prose 

poem, 1855. 
Vittoria, 1866. 
Meredith (Mrs. C), maiden name Louisa Twam- 

iey, born at Birmingham, 1812- 
Autumn Tour on the Wye, 1838. 
Loved and Lost (in verse), 1860. 



Notes and Sketches of New South Wales, 
1843. 

Our Wild Flowers described, 1839. 

Over the Straits, 1856. 

Poems, 1832. 

Some of my Bush Friends, 1859. 
Meredith (Owen). See Lttton. 
Meres (Francis), 1569-1646. 

God's Arithmeticke, 1597. 

Granada's Devotion, 1598. 

Palladis Tamia, 1598. 

Sinner's Guide (The), 1596. 

Wit's Commonwealth, 1597. 
Merivale, D.D. (Charles), son of John H., 1808- 

Boyle Lectures, 1864-65. 

General History of Rome, 1875. 

History of the Romans under the Empire, 
1850-62. 
%* He also translated Homer's Iliad, 1869. 
Merivale (Herman), political economist, 
brother of Charles, 1805-1874. 

Lectures on the Colonies and Colonization, 
1841, 
Merivale (John Herman), 250€i, bom at Exeter, 
1779-1871. 

Beatie's Minstrel continued, 1836. 

Orlando in Roncesvalles (a poem in fiva 
cantos), 1814 

Poems, Origina and Translated, 1836-44. 
Merrick (Rev. James), poet, born at Reading, 
in Berkshire, 1720-1769. 

Messiah (The), a divine comedy, 1734. 

Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1765. 

Poems on Sacred Subjects, 1763. 
Metcalfe (Rev. Frederick), 1817- 

History of German Literature, 1858. 
Metetard (Eliza), pseudonym " Silverpea," 
1801- 

Ancient London, 1861. 

Doctor's Little Daughter (The), 1850, 

Dr. Oliver's Maid, 1857. 

Group of Englishmen (A), 1871. 

Hallowed Spots of London (The), 1861. 

Industrial and Household Tales, 1872. 

Juvenile Depravity (a prize essay), 1849. 

Lady Herbert's Gentlewoman, 1862. 

Life of Josiah Wedgwood, 1865-66. 

Lilian's Golden Hours, 1856. 

Little Museum-keepers (The), 1863. 

Maidstone's Housekeeper, 1860. 

Struggles for Fame, 1845. (His first work.) 
Meyrick (Sir Samuel Rush), antiquary, Lon- 
don, 1783-1848. 

Antiquities of Cardigan, 1810. 

Critical Inquiry into Ancient Armour, 1824. 
(Sir W. Scott calls it "an incomparable 
armory.") 

Costume of the Original Inhabitants of the 
British Islands, 1815. 

Illustrations of Ancient Arms, etc., 1830. 
Miall (P^dward), a dissenter, born at Ports- 
mouth, 1809- 

Bases of Belief, 1853, 

British Churches [&] the British People, 1849, 

Editor off the Line (An), 1865. 

Ethics of Nonconformity, 1848. 

Politics of Christianity (The), 1863. 

Title-deeds of the Church of England, 1861. 

Views of the Voluntary Principle, 1845. 

Voluntary Principle (The), 1845. 

*„* He established the Nonconformist, 1841. 



1268 



MICKLE — MILLER. 



APPENDIX I. 



MILLAIS — MILLER. 



MiCKLE (William Julius), poet, of Scotland, 

1734-1789. 
Almada Hill, 1781. 
Concubine (The), 1767. 
Eskdale Braes, 1788. 
Mary Queen of Scots, 1770. 
PoUio, 1765. 

Prophecy of Queen Emma (The), 1782. 
Providence, 1762. 

Translates into English verse Camoen's 
Lusiad, 1775. 

(His Life, by J. Sim, 1806.) 
MiDDLETON, D.D. (Conyers), born at Richmond, 

in Yorkshire, 1683-1750. 
Dissertation on the Origin of Printing in Eng- 
land, 1735. 
Free Inquiry into the Miraculous Powers . . . 

of the Christian Church, 1749. 
Letter from Rome, 1729. 
Letters of Cicero to Brutus, and vice versd 

1743. 
Life of M. Tullius Cicero, 1741. (Esteemed.) 
Method for the Management of a Library, 

1729, 
MroDLETON (Thomas), dramatist, *-1626, 
Account of Sir Robert Sherley, 1609. 
Wisdom of Solomon paraphrased, 1597. 

*:^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 

(His Life, by Dyce, 1840.) 
MiDDLETON, D.D. (Thomas Fanshawe), bishop of 

Calcutta, born in Derbyshire, 1769-1822. 
Greek Article (The), 1808. (Profound.) 

(His Life by Bonney, 1823; C. W. Lebas, 
1831.) 
MiLET (Rev. John), historian, of Ireland, 1805- 
History of the Papal States, from their Origin 

to the Present Day, 1850. 
Rome under Paganism and the Popes, 1832- 

1834, 
Mill (James), political economist, bom at Mont- 
rose, in Scotland. 1773-1836. 
Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human 

Mind, 1829. 
Elements of Political Economy, 1821-22. 
Essay on the Impolicy of exporting Grain, 

1804, 
History of British India, 1817-18. (His chief 

work.) 
Principles of Toleration (The), 1837. 
Mill, D.D. (John), hellenist, born at Shap, in 

Westmoreland, 1645-1707. 
Novum Testamentum Graecum, cum Lectioni- 

bus Variantibus, 1707. 
Mill (John Stuart), London, 1806-1873. 

Address to the Students of St. Andrew's, 1867. 
Auguste Comte and " Positivism," 1865. 
Autobiography, posthumous 1873. 
Dissertations and Discussions, 1859-67. 
England and Ireland, 1868. 
Essay on Liberty, 1858. 
Essays on . . . Political Economy, 1844. 
Examination of Sir W. Hamilton's Philo- 
sophy, 1865. 
Irish Land Question (The), 1870. 
Nature, and other Essays, 1874. 
Principles of Political Economy, 1848, (His 

chief work.) 
Subjection of Women (The), 1867. 
Svstem of Logic, 1843. 
'Thoughts on Parliamentary Reform, 1859. 
Utilitarianism. 1862. 



MiLLAis, R.A. (John Everett), bom at South 
ampton, 1829- 

Autumn Leaves, 1856 ; The Black Bruns- 
wicker, 1861 ; The Boyhood of Raleigh, 1870: 
Charley is my Darling, 1864 ; Chill October, 
1870 ; Cinderella, 1881 ; 'Ihe Crown of Love, 
1875 ; The Cuckoo, 1880 ; A Day-dream, 1874 ; 
A Dream of Dawn, 1869 ; Dunstan's Emis- 
saries seizing Queen Elgiva, 1847 ; Early 
Days, 1873 ; The End of the Chapter, 1859 ; 
Ferdinand lured by Ariel, 1850 ; A Flood, 
1870; Flowing to the Sea, 1872; Forbidden 
Fruit, 1876 ; The Fringe of the Forest, 1875 ; 
The Gambler's Wife, 1869; The Heretic, 
1858 ; The Huguenot, 1852 ; Isabella (from 
Keats), 1849 ; Jephthah, 1867 ; Joan of Arc, 
1865; Joshua fighting with Amalek, 1871; 
The Knight Errant, 1870; Lalla Rookh, 
1872; L'Enfantdu Regiment, 1856; Mariana 
in the Moated Grange, 1851 ; My First Ser- 
mon, 1863; My Second Sermon, 1864; New- 
laid Eggs, 1873 ; No ! 1875 ; The North-west 
Passage, 1874 ; Ophelia, 1852 ; The Order of 
Release, 1853; Our Saviour, 1850; Over the 
Hills and Far Away, 1876 ; Peace concluded, 
1856; A Picture of Health, 1874; Pi/.arro 
seizing the Inca of Peru, 1846 ; The Princes 
in the Tower, 1878 ; The Proscribed Royalist, 
1853; The Rescue, 1855; The Romans Leav- 
ing Britain, 1865 ; St. Martin's Summer, 
1878 ; Scotch Firs, 1874 ; Sir Isumbras at the 
Ford, 1857 ; The Sisters (Rosalind and Celia), 
1865 ; Sleeping, 1867 ; The Somnambulist, 
1871; The Souvenir of Valasquez, 1868; 
The Sound of Many Waters, 1877 ; Spring 
Flowers, 1860; Stella, 1868; Still for a 
Moment, 1874; The Tribe of Benjamin 
seizing the Daughters of Shiloh, 1848 ; The 
Vale of Rest, 1860 ; Vanessa, 1869 ; Wak- 
ing, 1867 ; The Widow's Mite (a cartoon), 
1847 (a painting), 1870 ; Winter Fuel, 1874 ; 
The Woodman's Daughter, 1851 ; A Yeoman 
of the Guard, 1877 ; Yes, 1877 ; Yes or No; 
1871. 
Millar (John), bom at Shotts, in Scotland, 
1735-1801. 

Origin and Distinction of Ranks in Society, 
1771, 

View of the English Government, 1787. 
(His Life, by Craig, 1806.) 
Miller, Mus.D. (Edward), antiquary, etc., bom 
at Doncaster, in Yorkshire, 1731-1807. 

History of Doncaster, 1791. 

Institutes of Music, 1771. 

Selection of Psalms, 1774. 

Thorough Bass and Composition, 1787. 
Miller (Hugh), geologist, born at Cromarty, in 
Scotland, 1802-1856. 

Cruise of the Betsy, 1858. 

First Impressions of England, etc., 1847. 

Footprints of the Creator, 1850. 

My Schools and Schoolmasters, 1854. 

Old Red Sandstone (The), 1841. 

Poems, 1829. 

Scenes and Legends in the North of Scotland, 
1834. 

Testimony of the Rocks, 1857. 
(His Life, by Peter Bayne, 1870.) 
Miller (Joaquin), real name Cincinnatus Heine 
Miller, poet, born in Indiana, U.S., 1841- 

Chicago, 1876. 



MILLER — MILNER. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



MILLES — MILNER. 



1269 



First Fam'lies in the Sierras (a tale), 1875. 
Life among the Madocs, 1873. 
One Fair Woman (The), a novel, 1876. 
Pacific Poems, 1864. 
Ship in the Desert (The), a poem, 1875. 
Songs of Far-away Lands, 1878. 
Songs of the Sierras, 1864. 
Songs of the Sun Lands, 1873. 
Unwritten History, 1873. 
AlrLLER (John) botanist, 18th centnry. 
Sexual System of . . . Plants, 1777. (Praised 

by Linnseus.) 
Miller (Philip), botanist, of Scotland, 1691- 

1771. 
Catalogue of Trees, Shrubs, etc., near London, 

1730. 
Catalogus Plantarum . . . quae in . . . Chel- 

seiano Aluntur, 1730. 
Gardener's Dictionary, 1731. (His chief work.) 
Miller (Thomas), the "Basket-maker," poet, 

tale-writer, etc., bom at Gainsborougu, lu 

Lincolnshire, 1807-1874. 
Beauties of Country Life, 1839. 
Boys' own Country Book, 1867. 
Boys' own Library, 1856. 
Brampton among the Roses, 1863. 
British Wolf-hunters, 1859. 
Common Wayside Flowers, 1841. 
Country Year-book (The), 1847. 
Day in the Woods (A), 1836. (His first prose 

work.) 
Dorothy Dovedale's Trials, 1864. 
English Country Life, 1858. 
Fair Rosamond, 1839. 
Fortune and Fortitude, 1848. 
Fred and the Gorillas, 1869. 
Fred Holdersworth, etc., 1852. 
Gaboon (The), 1868. 
Geoffrey Malvern, 1847. 
Gideon Giles, the Roper, 1841. 
Goody Plats and her Two Cats, 1864. 
History of the Anglo-Saxons, 1800. 
Jack-of-all-Trades, 1867. 
Lady Jane Grey, 1840. 
Langley on the Sea, 1858. 
Life and Adventures of a Dog, 1856. 
Lights and Shadows of London Life. 
Little Blue-hood, 1863. 
My Father's Garden, 1866. 
No-man's Land, 1863. 
Old Fountain (The), in verse. 
Old Park Road, 1876. 
Original Poems for my Children, 1850. 
Our Old Town, 1857. 

Pictorial Sketch-book of London (The), 1852. 
Poacher (The), and other Tales, 1858. 
Poems, 1856. 

Poetical Language of Flowers, 1847. 
Royston Gower, 1838. 
Rural Sketches, 1839. 
Sketches of English Country Life. 
Song of the Sea Nymphs, 1857. (His first 

volume of poetry.) 
Songs for British Riflemen, 1860. 
Songs of the Season, 1865. 
Sports and Pastimes of Merry England, 1856. 
Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter, 1847. 
Tales of Old England, 1849. 
Miller (William Allen), chemist, bom at 

Ipswich, 1817-1870. 
Elements of Chemistry. 1855-57. 



Milles, D.D. (Jeremiah), antiquary, 1713-1784. 

Rowley's Poems, 1782. 
Milles (Thomas), antiquary, 17th century. 
Catalogue of Honor, 1610. (A judicious work.) 
Nobilitas Politica vel Civilis, 1608. 
History of the Holy War (the first crusade), 

1604. 
Mysterie of Iniquitie, 1615. 
Millingen (James), archaeologist, London^ 
1774-1845. 
Ancient Coins of Greek Cities and Kings, 1821. 
Ancient Unedited Monuments of Grecian Art, 

1822-26. 
Considerations sur la Numismatique de 

I'Ancienne Italie, 1841. 
Medallic History of Napoleon [I.], 1819. 
Peintures Antiques Inedites de Vases Grecs, 

1813-17. 
Eecueil de quelques Medailles Grecques Ine- 
dites, 1812. 
*:»* All the works of this author are ad- 
mirable. 
Mills (Charles), historian, born at Greenwich, 
1788-1825. 
History of Chivalry, 1825. 
History of the Crusades, 1818. (His chief 

work.) 
History of Mohammedanism, 1817. 
Travels of Theodore Ducas, 1822. 
MiLMAN, D.D. (Henry Hart), dean of St. Paul's, 
poet and historian, London, 1791-1868. 
Alexander Tumulum Achillis Invisens, 1813. 
Anne Boleyn (a dramatic poem), 1826. 
Apollo Belvidere (a Newdegate prize poem), 

1812. 
Bampton Lectures, 1827. 
Belshazzar (a classical drama), 1822. 
Character and Conduct of the Apostles ... as 

Evidence of Christianity, 1827. 
Comparative View of Sculpture and Painting 

(a prize essay), 1816. 
Fall of Jerusalem (a dramatic poem), 1820. 
Fazio (a tragedy), 1815. 
History of Christianity, 1840. 
History of Latin Christianity, 1854-55. (His 

master-work, and a first-class history.) 
History of the Jews, 1829-30. 
Life of E. Gibbon, 1839. 
Life of Horace, 1849. 

Martyr of Antioch (a dramatic poem), 1822. 
Nala and Damayanti, with other Poems, 1834. 
Poems, 1821. 

Samor (an heroic poem), 1818. 
Translations from the Sanskrit, 1834. 
Milne (Rev. Colm), botanist, born at Aberdeen, 
1744-1815. 
Botanical Dictionary, 1770. (With A. Gordon.) 
Indigenous Botany, 1793. 
Institutes of Botany, 1770-72. 
Milne (Joshua), actuary, 1773-1851. 

Treatise on Annuities, 1815. 
MiLNER, D.D. (John), antiquary, London, 1752- 
1826. 
Ecclesiastical Architecture of England, 1811. 
End of Religious Controversy, 1818. 
History and Antiquities of Winchester, 1798. 
Milneb (Rev. Joseph), ecclesiastical historian, 
bom near Leeds, 1744^1797. 
History of the Church of Christ, 1794-1812. 
(From a Calvinistic standpoint.) 
(His Life, by Dr. Isaac Milner, 1799.) 



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APPENDIX I. 



MITCHELL — MIVART. 



MttTON (John), poet, London, 1608-1674. 
Foetry. 
Arcades (an entertainment in rhyming "erse), 

1633. 
Comus (a masque), 1634 ; published 1637. 
Death of an Infant, 1625. 
L'AIIegro (trochaic, 7 feet, rhymes), 1645. 
Lycidas (a monody), 1637. 
May Morning (a song), 1630. 
Morning of Christ's Nativity, 1629. 
Paradise Lost (an epic in 12 books), 1667. 
Paradise Kegained (an epic in 4 books), 

1671. 
Penseroso (II), trochaic, 7 feet, rhymes, 1645. 
Psalms, 1648, 1653. 

Samson Agonistes (a sacred drama), 1671. 
Sonnet on Reaching the Age of Twenty-three 

Years, 1631. 
University Carrier (The), two poems on Hob- 
son, 1631. 
Vacation Exercise, 1628. 
Frose. 
Areopagitica, 1644. (His best prose work.) 
Christian Doctrine, posthumous 1823. 
Colasterion, 1645. 
Considerations ... for removing Hirelings 

from the Church, 1659. 
Defence of the Civil Power in Ecclesiastical 

Causes, 1659. 
Defensio Populi Anglicani, 1650-51. (Burnt 

by the public hangman.) 
Doctrine, etc., of Divorce, 1644. 
Eikonoklastes, 1649. (Burnt by the public 

hangman.) 
History of Britain, 1670. 
Judgment of Bucer touching Divorce, 1644. 
Latin Letters, 1674. 

Observations on the Articles of Peace, 1649. 
On Shakespeare, 1630. 
Prelatical Episcopacy, 1641. 
Reasons of Church Government . . . against 

Prelacy, 1641-42. 
Reformation in England (The), 1641. 
Tenure of Kings, etc. (The), 1648-49. 

(His Life, by Phillips, 1694 ; Toland, 1699 ; 
J. Richardson, 1734; Rev. F. Peck, 1740; 
Newton, 1749; Birch, 1753; Dr. Johnson, 
1779; W. Hayley, 1794; Mosneron, 1803; 
Mortimer, 1805; Dr.G. Symmons, 1806; H. T. 
Todd, 1809; Byerley, 1822 ; Ivimey, 1833; 
Brydges, 1835 ; Stebbing, 1840 ; Montgomery, 
1843; Hunter, 1850; Edmonds, 1851; Hood, 
1851; J. Mitford, 1853; Cleveland, 1855; 
Keightley, 1855 ; Masson, 1858 ; J. W. Morris, 
1862.) 
Mitchell (Donald Grant), pseudonym "Ik 

Marvel," born at Norwich, in Connecticut, 

U.S., 1822- 
About Old 8tory-Tellers, 1878. 
Battle Summer (The), 1849. I 

Dr. John's, 1866. J 

Dream Life, 1851. 
Fresh Gleanings, etc., 1847. 
Judge's Doings (The), 1854. 
Lorgnette (The), satirical sketches, 1850. 
My Farm at Edgewood, 1863. 
Pictures of Edgewood, 1869. 
Reveries of a Bachelor, 1850. 
Rural Studies, 1867. 

Seven Storeys, Basement, and Attic, 1864. 
Wet Days at Edgewood, 1864. 



Mitchell (John), bom in Stirlingshire, Scot- 
land, 1785-1859. 
Biographies of Eminent Soldiers, 1865. 
Fall of Napoleon, 1845. 
Life of Wallenstein, 1837. 
Thoughts on Tactics, 1838. 
Mitchell (Joseph), jjoe^ 1684-1738. 
Fatal Extravagance (a tragedy), 1721. 
Highland Fair (The), a ballad opera, 1729. 
Poems, 1729. 

Three Poetical Epistles, etc., 1731. 
Mitchell (Thomas), London, 1783-1845. 
Translated into English verse Aristophanes, 

1820-22, 1834-38. 
Mitchell (Sir Thomas Livingstone), traveller, 

born in Stirlingshire, Scotland, 1792-1855. 
Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of 

Tropical Australia, 1848. 
Origin, etc., of the Boomerang . . . 1853. 
Outlines of Military Surveying, 1827. 
Three Expeditions into the Interior of Eastern 

Australia, 1838. 
Mitford (Rev. John), poet, 1782-1859. 
Agnes, the Indian Captive (a poem), 1811. 
Christina, Maid of the South Seas, 1811. 
Correspondence of Walpole and Mason, 1851. 
Life of Gray, 1814, 
Memoirs of Butler, Dryden, Milton, Spenser, 

etc., 1830. 
Narrative Poems on the Female Character in 

Different Relations of Life, 1812. 
Poems, 1810, 1858. 
MiTFOKD (Mary Russell), poetess and novelist, 

born at Alresford, in Hampshire, 1786-1855. 
American Stories for the Young, 1832. 
Atherton, and other Tales, 1854. 
Belford Regis (sketches of a country town), 

1835. 
Charles I. (an historical play), 1830. 
Christine (a novel), 1811. 
Country Stories, 1837. 
Dramatic Works, 1854. 
Foscari (an historical play), 1826. 
Julian (a tragedy), 1823. 
Letters, etc., posthumous 1870. 
Lights and Shadows of American Life, 1 832. 
Our Village, 1824-32. (Her best work.) 
I'oems on the Female Character, 1812. 
Recollections of a Literary Life, 1851. 
Rienzi (an historical play), 1828. 
Watlington Hill (a poem), 1812. 
Mitford (William), historian, London, 1744- 

1827. 
History and Doctrine of Christianity, 1823. 
History of Greece, 1784-1818. (His chief 

work.) 
Inquiry into the Principles of Harmony in 

Languages, etc., 1774. 
Mechanism of Verse, Ancient and Modem, 

1774. 
On the Military Force ... of the Kingdom, 
1774. 

(His Life, by lord Redesdale, 1829.) 
MrvART (St. George) naturalist, London, 1827- 
Contemporaxy Evolution, 1876. 
Genesis of Species (The\ 1871. (Oppos«l to 

Darwin. See Jones, "T. W.) 
Lessons from Nature, 1876. (Showing the 

gulf between man and other animals.) 
Lessons in Elementary Anatomy, 1872. 
Man and Apes, 1873. 



MOBERLY — MONTAGU. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. MOLESWORTH — MONTAGU. 1271 



MoBERLT, D.C.L. (George) bishop of Salisbury, 

born in St. Petersburg, 1803- 
Administration of the Holy Spirit in the Body 

of Christ, 1868. (A Bampton Lecture). 
Admission of Dissenters into the University, 

1834. 
Law of the Love to God, 1854, 
Memoir of Bishop Ken (A), 1840. 
Sayings of the Great Forty Days, 1844. 

(Between the Resurrection and Ascension.) 
Sermons, 1838, 1844, 1848. 1860, 1869. 
Moffat, D.D. (Robert), rnissionary, bom at In- 

verkeithing, in Scotland, 1795- 
Farewell Services, 1843. 
Life's Labour in South Africa, 1871. 
Missionary Labours in South Africa, 1842. 
Missionary (The), and other Stories, 1871. 
Translation of the New Testament and the 

Psalms into the Bechuana Language. 
MoGKiDGB (George), pseudonyms "Peter Par- 
ley" and "Old Humphrey," born in the 

United States, 1787-1854. 
Amos Armfield, etc., 1845. 
Articles of War, 1863. 
Aunt Mary's Tales, 1867. 
Aunt Rose and her Nieces, 1852. 
Calls of Usefulness, 1846. 
Corner Houses, 1868. 
Glsie Lee, 1868. 

Ephraim Holding's Sunday School, 1864. 
Family Walking-sticks, 1864. 
Footprints of Popery, or Places where Mar- 
tyrs have suffered, 1843. 
Frank's Victory, 1868. 
Helps for Every Hour, 1846. 
Jenny's Waterproof, 1874. 
Learning to act, 1846. 
Learning to converse, 1854. 
Learning to think, 1844. 
Little Messengers, 1868. 
Little Year-book (The), 1867. 
Loiterings among the Lakes, etc., 1*49. 
Luke and Little Lewis, 1852. 
Memoirs of Old Humphrey, 1855. 
Milly and her Two Friends, 1868. 
.Nevers (The), 1867. 

Old Anthony's Hints to Young People, 1844. 
Peter and Patty, 1852. 
Peter Parley's Tales, 1828. 
Play-hours, 1843. 
Points and Pickings of Information about 

China, 1844. 
Rural Pickings, 1846. 
Sketches from my Note-book, 1866. 
Sunny Season of Boyhood, 1859. 
Susie's Mistakes, 1868. 
Things that have Wings, 1857. 
Wanderings in the Isle of Wight, 1846. 
Who is my Neighbour? 1868. 
WUlie Maitland, 1867. 

(From Ihe Oracle, July 23, 1881.) 
MoiR (David Macbeth), poet, pseudonym 

"Delta," bom at Musselburgh, in Scotland, 

1798-1851. 
Bombardment of Algiers, and other Poems, 

1818. 
Domestic Verses, 1843. 
Legend of Genevieve, and other Tales, 1824. 
Life of Mansie Waugh, 1828. 
Outlines of the Ancient History of Medicine, 

1831. 



Sketches of the Poetical Literature of the 
Past Half-century, 1851. 

(His Life, by Thomas Aird, 1852.) 
MoLESwoRTH (Gullford Lindsay) civil engineer, 

born at Millbrook, in Hampshire, 1828- 
Converslon of Wood by Machinery, 1858. 

(Obtained the " Watt " medal.) 
Pocket-book of Engineering Formula. (A 

standard work.) 
MOLESWORTH (Robert, viscount), bom at Dub- 
lin, 1656-1725. 
Account of Denmark, 1694. (An elegant 

work.) 
MoLEswoRTH (Rev. William Nassau), bom at 

Millbrook, in Hampshire, 1816- 
England and France (a prize essay), 1860. 
History of England from William IV., 1871- 

1873. 
History of the Reform Bill, 1864. 
New System of Moral Philosophy (A), a prize 

essay, 1867. 
Religious Importance of Secular Instruction, 

1857. 
MoLYNEUX (William), mathematician, born at 

Dublin, 1656-1698. 
Dioptrlca Nova, 1692. 
Sciothericum Telescopicum, 1686. 
MoMBODDO (James Burnet, lord), bom at Mon- 

boddo, in Kincardineshire, 1714-1799. 
Ancient Metaphysics, 1779. 
Origin and Progress of Language, 1773-92. 
MoNCRiEFF (W. Thomas), poet, *-1857. (His 

real name was W. Thomas. He assumed 

that of Moncrieff when he began to write 

for the stage.) 
Giovanni in London (a burlesque poem), 1829. 

(The amatory poems of Thomas ShufiBeton, 
Esq., are attributed to him.) 

*;„* For his plays, see Appexdix III. 
Monro, M.D. (Alexander), anatomist, London, 

1697-1767. 
Essay on Comparative Anatomy, 1744. 
Inoculation for the Small-Pox, 1765. 
Observations, Anatomical and Physiological, 

1758. 
Osteology, 1726. 

(His Life, by his son Alexander [secttndMS], 

1781.) 

Monro, M.D. (Alexander), secundus, son of 
the preceding, born at Edinburgh, 1733- 
1817. 

De Venis Lymphaticls Valvulosis, 1757. 

Description of the Bursa Mucosae of the 
Human Body, 1788. 

Structure and Functions of the Nervous Sys- 
tem, 1783. 

Stracture and Physiology of Fishes, 1785. 

System of Anatomy and Physiology, 1795. 

"Treatises on the Brain, Eye, and Ear, 1797. 
Monro (Alexander), tertius, son of the pre- 
ceding, born at Edinburgh, 1773-1859. 

Elements of the Anatomy of the Human 
Body, 1825. 

Morbid Anatomy of the Gullet, Stomach, etc., 
1811. 

Observations on Crural Hernia, 1803. 

Outlines of the Anatomy of the Human Body, 
1813. 
Montagu (Basil), liondon, 1770-1851. 

Digest of Bankmpt Laws, 1805. 

Essays, etc., 1837. 



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APPENDIX I. 



MOOKE. 



Life of Lord Bacon, 1834. 

Thoughts on Laughter, 1830. 
Montagu (Edward Wortley), of Yorkshire, 
1713-1776. 

Memorial, 1752. 

Rise and Fall of the Ancient Republics, 1759. 
Montagu (Lady Mary Wortley), maiden name 
Mary Pierrepoint (daughter of the duke of 
Kingston), born at Thoresby, in Notting- 
hamshire, 1690-1762. 

Letters, posthumous 1763. 

Town Eclogues, 1716. 
(Her Life, by Dallaway, 1803 ; lord Wharn- 

cliffe, 1836 ; Moy Thomas, 1861.) 
Montagu (Lord Robert), 1825- 

Mirror in America, 1861. 

Naval Architecture, etc., 1852. 

Some Popular Errors, 1871. 
Montague (Mrs. Elizabeth), born at York, 1720- 
1800. 

Essay on Shakespeare, 1769. 
Montague (George), naturalist, of Devonshire, 
1747-1815. 

Ornithological Dictionary, 1802. (Esteemed.) 

Testacea Britannica, 1813 ; supplement, 1823. 
I\Iontaigu, D.D. (Richard de), bishop of Nor- 
wich, born in Buckinghamshire, 1578-1641. 

Apparatus ad Origines Ecclesiasticas, 1635. 

Origines Ecclesiastics, 1636-40. 
Montgomerie (Alexander), poet, 1540-1607. 

Cherrie and the Slae (The), 1597. 

Flyting betwixt Montgomerie and Polwart 
(The), a poem, posthumous 1629. ("Fly- 
ting" means a contention between two 
poets. Virgil's Eclogue iii. is a "Flyting.") 

Mindes Melody (The), 1605. 
(His Life, by David Irving, LL.D., 1821.) 
jMontgomert (James), poet, bom at Irvine, in 
Scotland, 1771-1854. 

Christian Poet (The), 1825. 

Christian Psalmist (The), 1852. 

Climbing Boy's Soliloquy (The), 1824. 

Greenland (in five cantos), 1819. 

Hymns, 1853. 

Lectures on Poetry, etc., 1833. 

Miscellaneous Poems, 1803-20. 

Ocean (The), 1805. 

Pelican Island (The), a dramatic poem, 1827. 

Poet's Portfolio (A), 1835. 

Prison Amusements, 1795-96. 

%* He was imprisoned for publishing, in 
a periodical called the Iris, an article upon 
the demolition of the Bastille. 

Songs of Zion, 1822. 

Thoughts on Wheels, 1817. 

Wanderer of Switzerland (The), in six parts, 
1806. 

West Indies (The), in four parts, 1810. (A 
poem on the abolition of the slave trade. 
The verses on " Home," at the beginning of 
part iii., are by far his best.) 

World before the Flood (The), in 10 cantos, 
1813. 
(His Life, by Holland and Everett, 1856 ; 

King, 1858.) 
Montgomery (Rev. Robert), poet, bom at Bath, 
in Somersetshire, 1807-1855. 

Christ our All in All, 1845. 

Church of the Invisible (The), 1851. 

Death, 1828. 

Gospel in Advance of the Age (The), 1844. 



Ideal of the Christian Church, 1845. 
Luther (a poem), 1842. 
Messiah (The), a porm, 1832. 
Omnipresence of the Deity (The), a poem, 

1828. 
Oxford (a poem), 1831. 
Religion and Poetry, 1847. 
Sacred Gift (The), 1842. 
Sacred Meditations, 1847. 
Sanctuary (The), 1855. 
Satan, 1830. (A poem whence the author 

was nicknamed " Satan Montgomery.") 
Scarborough (a poetic glance), 1846. 
Vision of Heaven, 1828. 
Vision of Hell, 1828. 

Woman, the Angel of Life (a poem), 1833. 
World of Spirits (The), 1847. 
Moore (Edward), poet, bom at Abingdon, in 

Berkshire, 1712-1757. 
Fables for the Female Sex, 1744. 
Gamester (The), a tragedy, 1753. 
Gil Bias (a comedy), 1750. 
Trial of Selim, the Persian (an Ironical poem 

in defence of lord Lyttelton), 1748. 
Moore (Thomas), poet, bom in Dublin, 1779- 

1852. 
Anacreon translated into English verse, 1800. 
Ballads and Songs, from 1806. 
Epicurean (The), a poetical prose romance, 

1827. 
(6) Fables of the Holy Alliance, 1820. 
Fudge Family in Paris (The), twelve letters 

in verse, 1818. 
History of Ireland, 1827. 
Intolerance, 1808. 

Irish Melodies (in nine numbers), 1807-34. 
Lalla Rookh (an Oriental poetical romance, 

in four tales), 1817. 
Life of Lord Byron, 1830. 
Life of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 1831. 
Life of Sheridan, 1825. 
Loves of the Angels (in three stories, poetry), 

1823. 
Memoirs of Captain Rock, 1824. 
National Airs (in three numbers), 1815. 
Ode to Nothing, 1800. 
Odes, etc., 1806. 

Odes upon Cash, Com, and Catholics, 1828, 
Rhymes on the Road (in eight extracts), 1820. 
Sacred Songs (in two nvunbers), 1816. 
Sceptic (The), 1809. 
Tom Crib's Memorial to Congress (in five 

numbers), 1819. 
Tom Little's Poems (chiefly amatory), 1802. 

(The pseudonym of Tom Moore.) 
Torch of Liberty (The), 1814. 
Travels of an Irish Gentleman in Search of a 

Religion, 1827. 
Twopenny Post-bag (eight intercepted letters, 

in verse), 1811. (One of his best.) 
World of Westminster (The), 1816. 

(His Life, by R. H. Montgomery, 1850; 
earl Russell, 1855.) 
Mooke (Thomas), pteridologist, etc., bom at 

Stoke-next-Guildford, in Surrey, 1821- 
Cultivation of the Cucumber and Melon, 1844. 
Elements of Botany, 1865. 
Ferns and the Allied Plants, 1851. 
Ferns of Great Britain and Ireland, 185<J. 
Field Botanist's Companion, 1862. 
Handbook of Briiish Ferns (The), 1848. 



MORANT — MORIKR. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. moorhouse— morier. 1273 



Index Filicum, 1857. 
Nature-printed Ferns, 1859-60. 
Orchidaceous Plants, 1857. 
AIOEANT (Philip), antiquary, bom at Jersey, a 

Channel Island, 1700-1770. 
History and Antiquities of Colchester, 1748. 
History of Essex, 1760-68. 
MoBK (Hannah), poetess, etc., bom at Stapleton, 

in Gloucestershire, 1745-1833. 
Bas Bleu (a satire, in verse, against the Blue 

Stocking Club), 1786. 
Bible Rhymes, 1821. 
Bleeding Rock (The), a poem, 1778. 
Christian Morals, 1813. 
Coelebs in Search of a Wife (a novel), 1809. 
Essay on . . . St. Paul, 1815. 
Essays for Young Ladies, 1789. 
Estimate of the Religion of the Fashionable 

World, 1790. 
Fatal Falsehood (a tragedy), 1779. 
Florio (a satire, in verse, on the " exquisites " 

of the day), 1786. 
Inflexible Captive (The), a tragedy, 1774. 
Modem System of Female Education, 1799, 
Moral Sketches, etc., 1819. 
Percy (a tragedy), 1777. 
Poems on the Slave Trade, 1789. 
Practical Piety, 1811. 
Regulus (a tragedy), 1774. 
Sacred Dramas, 1782. 
Search after Happiness (a pastoral drama), 

1773. 
Sensibility (a poem), 1782. 
Shepherd of Salisbury Plain, 1800. 
Sir Eldredof the Bower (a poem), 1776. 
Stories for the Middle Ranks, 1818. 
Tales for the Common People, 1818. 
Thoughts on the Manners of the Great, 1788. 
Village Politics, 1793. 

(Her Life, by Shaw, 1802; W. Roberts, 
1834 ; Rev. H. Thompson, 1838 ; Smith, 1844 ; 
A. Roberts, 1859.) 
]\10RE, D.D. (Henry), pAitosqpAer, bom at Gran- 
tham, 1614-1687. 
Divine Dialogues, posthumous 1743. 
Enchiridion Ethicum, 1668. 
Enchiridion Metaphysicum, 1671. 
Opera Philosophica, 1662, 1679. 
Philosophical Poems, 1647. 
Psychodia (a Platonic song of the soul), 1642. 
Theological Works, posthumous 1708. 

(His^Pife, by R. Ward, 1710.) 
ifloRE (Sir Thomas), London, 1480-1535. 
Apologye, 1533. 

Confutacyon of Tyndale's Answere, 1532-33. 
Debellacyon of Salem and Bizance, 1533. 
Dyaloge of Comfort against Tribulacyon, 

posthumous 1553. 
Dyaloge . . . touching the Pestilent Sect of 

Luther . . . 1529. 
Historie of . . . Edward V. and his Brother . . . 

posthumous 1557. 
Letters [against] John Fryth, 1533-34. 
Sergeant and the Frere, 1514. 
Supplycacyon of Soulys against [that] of Beg- 
gars (no date). 
Utopia, 1516 ; translated into English, 1551. 

(His Life, by F. de Herrara, 1617 ; C. More, 
1626; J. Hoddesdon, 1652; Stapleton, )es9; 
W. Roper, 1716; F. Warner, 1758; Cayley, 
1808 ; Dr. T. F. Dibdin, 1808 ; T. More, 1823 ; 



Emily Taylor, 1834 ; W. Rastall ; shr James 

Mackintosh, 1844 ; Campbell, 1848.) 
MOORHOCSE, D.D. (James), bishop of Mel- 
bourne, born at SLefiBeld, in Yorkshire, 
1826- 

Jacob (three sermons). 

Nature and Revelation (four sermons), 1861. 

Our Lord ... the subject of " Growth in 
Wisdom " (a Hulsean lecture), 1865. 
MoRELL, D.D. (Thomas, bom at Eton, in Buck- 
inghamshire, 1703-1784. 

Thesauras Graecae Poeseos, 1762. (Excellent.) 
Mores (Edward Rowe), antiquary, 1730-1778. 

English Typographical Founders and Foun- 
deries, 1778. (Valuable.) 

Nomina et Insignia Gentilitia Nobilium, 
1749. 
Morgan (Augustus de). See De Morgan. 
Morgan (Lady), maiden name Sydney Owen- 
son, poet and novelist, born at Dubliu, 
1783-1859. 

Absenteeism, 1825. 

Book of the Boudoir, 1829. 

Book without a Name (The), 1841. (With 
sir T. C. Morgan.) 

Dramatic Scenes from Real Life, 1833. 

Florence Macarthy (an Irish tale), 1818. 

France (on its social state), 1817, 1830. (The 
period of the first was 1816, of the second, 
1829-30.) 

Italy, 1821. 

Lay of an Irish Harp, 1807. 

Life and Times of Salvator Rosa, 1824. 

Luxima the Prophetess, 1859. 

Missionary (The), 1811. 

Novice of St. Dominick (The), 1806. 

O'Brians (The) and the O'Flahertys, 1827. 
(Her best work.) 

O'Donnell (a national tale), 1814. 

Passages from my Autobiography, 1859. 

Patriotic Sketches of Ireland, 1807. 

Poems, 1797. 

Princess (The), 1835. 

St. Clair, or the Heiress of Desmond, 1810. 

Wild Irish Girl (The), a novel, 1801. 

Woman and her Master, 1840. 

Women, or Ida of Athens, 1809. 
(Her Memoirs, by J. Fitzpatrick, 1860.) 
Morgan (Sylvanus), heraldic antiquary, *-1693. 

Armilogia sive Ars Chromocritica, 1666. 

Horologiographia Optica, 1652. 

Sphere of Gentry (in four books), 1661. 

Treatise of Honor, 1642. 
Morgan (Dr. Thomas), deistical writer, *-l741. 

Moral Philosopher (The), a dialogue between 
a Deist and a Jew against revelation, 1738. 
MoRGANN (Maurice), *-*. 

On the Dramatic Character of FalstafF, 1777. 
(Dr. Symmons says it is " the most honour-, 
able monument reared to the genius of 
Shakespeare.") 
MoRiEK (James), novelist, etc., 1780-1849. 

Abel Allnutt (a novel), 1837. 

Adventures of Hajji Baba (a novel), 1824. 

Ayesha, the Maid of Kars (a tale), 1834. 

Banished (The), a Swabian tale, 1839. 

Journey through Persia, etc., 1812, 1818. 

Martin Toutrond (a Frenchman in London), 
1849. 

Mirza (The), 1841. 

Zohrab, the HosUge (a novel), 1832. 



1274 



MORISON— MOSh. 



APPEXDIX i. 



MOKKIS — MQSS. 



MoBisoN, M.D. (Robert), botanist, of Aberdeen, 

1620-1683. 
Plantarum Historia Universalis Oxoniensis, 

1680. (A valuable work.) 
Plantarum Umbelliferarum Distributio Nova, 

1672. 
MoKLAND (Sir Samuel), mechanician, born near 

Reading, in Berkshire, 1625-1695. 
Description and Use of Two Arithmetical 

Machines, 1673. 
Description of the Tuba Stentorophonica, 

1671. 
History of the . . . Churches in the Valleys of 
Piedmont, 1658. (A religious butchery.) 

(His Life, by J. 0. Halliwell, 1838.) 
MOBLEY (Henry), biographer, etc., London, 

1822- 
Defence of Ignorance (A), 1851. 
English Writers before Chaucer, 186 1 ; from 

Chaucer to Dunbar, 1867. 
Fairy Tales, 1859, 1860. 
First Sketch of English Literature (A\ 1873. 
How to Make Home Unhealthy, 1850. 
Journal of a London Playgoer, 1866. 
Life of Clement Marot, 1870. 
Life of Cornelius Agrippa, 1856. 
Life of Jerome Cardan, 1854. 
Life of Palissy the Potter, 1852. 
Memoirs of Bartholomew Fair, 1857. 
Sketches of Longer Works, in English Verse 

and Prose, 1881. 
Sunrise in Italy, and other Poems, 1848. 
Tables of English Literature, 1870. 

(F. Martin, Contemporary Biography.') 
MOELEY (John), born at Blackburn, in Scotland, 

1838- 
Critical Miscellanies, 1871, 1877. 
Diderot and the Encyclopaidists, 1878. 
Edmund Burke, 1867. 
Life of Cobden, 1881. 
On Compromise, 1874. 
Rousseau, 1873. 
Sketch, 1879. 

Struggle of National Education, 1873. 
Voltaire, 1871. 
MORLEY (Thomas), musical composer, 1550-1604. 
Book of Ballets to Five Voices, 1595. 
Canzonets for Three Voices, 1598. 
Madrigalles for Four Voices, 1594. 
Plaine and Easie Introduction to Practical 

Musicke, 1597. 
Triumphe of Oriana ^n opera), 1601. 
Morris (Rev. Francis Orpen), naturalist, born 

in Yorkshire, 1810- 
AU the Articles of the Darwin Faith, 1877. 
Anecdotes of Natural History, 1859. 
Bible Natural History (A), 1852. 
Book of Natural History (A), 1852. 
. Difficulties of Darwinism, 1870. 
Dogs and their Doings, 1871. 
Essay on the Eternal Duration of the Earth 

(An). 
History of British Birds (in six vols.), 1851-57. 
Natural History of British Butterflies, 1853. 
Natural History of British Moths, 1859-71. 
Natural History of the Nests and Eggs of 

British Birds, 1853. 
Records of Animal Sagacity, 1861. 
Morris (George P.), poet, born at Philadelphia, 

U.S., 1802-1864. 
Complete Poetica; Works, isns. 



Maid of Saxony (The), 1842. 
" Woodman, spare that Tree" (a song), 1853. 
Morris (Lewis), poet, born at Carmarthen, io 

Wales, 1833- 
Epic of Hades (The), 1876-77. 
Gwen (a monologue in six acts), 1879. 
Songs of Two Worlds, 1872, 1874, 1875. 
Morris, LL.D. (Rev. Richard), born at South- 

wark, 1833. 
Elementary Lessons in Historical English 

Grammar, 1874. 
Etymology of Local Names, 1857. 
Historical AoilwRCfts^f Englislj Accidence 

1872. ^ (i vvf-f •; *--^ •» 

Morris (William), poet, bom near London, 

1834- 
Defence of Guenevere, 1858. 
Earthly Paradise (a poem in four parts), 

1868-70. (So called because the 24 tales 

are told in verse by travellers in search of 

the Earthly Paradise.) 
Life and Death of Jason (a narrative poem), 

1865. 
Love is Enough (a morality), 1872. 
Story of Sigurd (The), etc., 1876. 
Translations from the Icelandic, 1869; from 

Virgil's ^neid, 1876. 
Morrison, D.D. (Robert), missionary to China, 

born at Morpeth, in Northumberland, I7s2- 

1834. 
Chinese Dictionary, 1822. 
Chinese Grammar, 1815. 
Chinese Miscellany, 1825. 
Chinese Translation of the Bible, 1810-18. 
Horse Sinicse, 1812. 

(His Life, by his widow, 1839.) 
Morton (Ann, countess of), 17th century. 
Devotions, 1665; 14th edition, 1689. (From 

this book Horace Walpole quotes the words, 

" Lord, wilt Thou hunt after a flea 'i ") 
Morton, M.D. (Samuel George), ethnologist, born 

at Philadelphia, U.S., 1799-1851. 
Crania Americana, 1839. 
Crania Egyptiaca, 1844. (His great work.) 
Illustrated System of Human Anatomy, 1849. 

(His memoir, prefixed to Nott and Gliddon's 
Types of Mankind, 1854.) 
Morton (Thomas), dramatist, bom in Durham, 
1764-1834. 

*j^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
MoRYSON (Fynes), traveller, born in Lincoln- 
shire, 1566-1614. 
History of Ireland, 1735. 
Itinerary of Travels through Germany, etc 

1617. (Much esteemed.) 
MosELEY (Henry), mathematician, 1802-1872. 
Lectures on Astronomy, 1836. 
Mechanical Principles of Engineering and 

Architecture, 1842. 
MosER (Joseph), vn-iter of tales, about 1760- 

1810. 

Adventures of Timothy Twig, Esq. (in poeti- 
cal epistles), 1784. 

Tales and Romances of Ancient and Modern 
Times, 1800. 

Turkish Tales, 1794. 
Moss (Thomas), poet, Trentham, in StafTord- 
shire, 1740-1808. 

Imperfections of Human Enjoyments, 1783. 

Poems, 1769. (Containing " Pity the Sorrows 
of a Poor Old Man.") 



MOTHKRWKLL— MUNDAY. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



MUIR — MUNDAY. 



1275 



Vanity of Human Wishes (in blank verse), 
1783. 
JioxjiKicWELL (William), poet, born at Glasgow, 
1797-1835, 

Harp of Renfrewshire, 1819. 

Minstrelsy, Ancient and Modem, 1827. 

Poems, Narrative and Lyrical, 1832. 
(His Life, by Dr. J. M'Conechy, 1849.) 
Motley, LL.D. (John Lothrop), historian, 
bom at Dorchester, U.S., 1814-1877. 

History of the Rise of the Dutch Republic, 
1856. (His best work.) 

History of the United Netherlands, etc., 1860- 
1865. 

Merry Mount (a romance), 1849. 
' Morton's Hope (a novel), 1839. 
(His Life, by Holmes, 1878.) 
JIOTTLET (John), historian, etc., 1692-1750. 

Catherine, Empress of Russia, 1744. 

Peter I., Emperor of Russia, 1739. 
lIouLE (Thomas), antiquary, 1784-1851. 

Antiquities of Westminster Abbey. 

bibliotbeca : Heraldica Magn® Britanniae, 
1822. (Accurate and valuable.) 

Heraldry of Fish, 1842. 

Roman Villas of the Augustan Age, 1833. 

Topographical Description of Englaad, 1837. 
Moultrie (Rev. John), poet, 1804-1874. 

Altars, Hearths, and Graves, 1853. 

Dream of Life (The), 1843. 

Lays of the English Church. 

My Brother's Grave, and other Poems, 1837. 
(Memoirs, by prebendary Coleridge, 1876.) 
McjzLET, D.D. (James Bowling), born in Lin- 
colnshire, 1813-1878. 

Doctrine of Baptismal Regeneration (The), 
1856. 

Essays, 1878. 

On Miracles, 1865. 

Review of the Baptismal Question, 1862. 

{Sermons, 1876. 

Subscription to the Articles, 1863. 

Treatise on the Augustinian Doctrine of Pre- 
destination, 1855. 
Mb'DiE (Robert), bora in Forfarshire, Scotland, 
1777-1842. 

Air (The). 1835. 

Autumn, 1837. 

British Birds, 1835. 

Channel Islands, 1840. 

China and its Resources, 1840. 

Domesticated Animals, 1839. 

Earth (The), 1837. 

First Lessons in Natural Philosophy, 1832. 

First Lessons in Zoology, 1831. 

Gleanings from Nature, 1838. 

Guide to the Observations of Nature, 1832. 

Heavens (The), 1835. 

History of Hampshire, 1840. 

Isle of Wight, 1840. 

Lessons in Astronomy, 1841. 

Man as a Moral and Accountable Being, 1840. 

Man in his Intellectual Faculties, 1839. 

Man in his Physical Structure, 1838. 

Man in his Relations to Society, 1840. 

Jlental Philosophy, 1838. 

Sea (The), 1835. 

Spring 18.^7. 

3umm«r, i837. 

Winter, If 37. 

World d^icribed (The), 1840. 



*»* These are called Mudie's books, but 

were written by divers persons under his 

direction. 
MuiK, D.C.L. (John), orientalist, bom at Glas- 
gow, in Scotland, 1810-1882. 

Comparison of the Vedic with Later Repre- 
sentations of the Indian Deities, 1863. 

Contributions ... to the Cosmogony, Mytho' 
logy, etc., in the Vedic Age, 1870. 

Mythical, etc.. Accounts of Caste, 1866. 

Origin of the People of India, 1858. 

Trans-Himalayan Origin of the Hmdus, 1860. 

Vedas (The) . . . 1861. 
MiJLLER (Frederick Max), a German by birth, 
but a writer in English, 1823- 

Chips from a German Workshop, 1868-70. 

Essay on Bengali (An), 1847. 

German Classics . . . 1858. 

History of Ancient Sanskrit Literature, 1859. 

Introduction to the Science of Religion, 1873. 

Lectures on the Science of Language, 1859. 

Proposals for a Uniform Missionary Al- 
phabet, 1854. 

Survey of Languages (A), 1855. 
MuLOCK (Dmah Maria). See Ceaik (Mrs.). 
Mdlkeadt, R.A. (William), bom at Ennis, in 
Ireland, 1786-1863. 

The Barber's Shop, 1812 ; Boys fishing, 1812 ; 
Choosing the Wedding Gown, 1845 ; First 
Love, 1840; The Fight interrupted, 1815; 
Horse baiting, 1812; Idle Boys, 1815; 
Illustrations to the " Vicar of Wakefield," 
1840 ; Last In, or the Truant Boy, 1835 ; 
Punch, 1812; The Roadside Inn, 1812; 
Shooting a Cherry, 1848 ; The Sonnet (one 
of his best), 1839 ; The Toy-seller, 1861 ; 
The Wolf and the Lamb, 1820 ; Women 
bathing, 1849. 

*:,* He devised a very " shoppy " govern- 
ment envelope, which happily was soon 
abandoned, 1840. 
MuNDAT (Anthony), poet, etc., 1554-1633. 

Archaloplutos, or the Riches of Elder Ages, 
1592. 

Banquet of Daintie Conceits (A), 1588. 

Breefe Chronicle . . . from Creation to this 
Instant, 1611. 

Breefe Discourse of the taking [of] Edmond 
Campion and other Papists, 1581. 

Defence of Contraries (A), 1593. 

Downfall of Robert, Earl of Huntington, 1601. 
(Robin Hood.) 

English Romayne Life (The), 1582. 

Falsehood in Friendship, 1005. 

Fountaine of Fame, etc. (The), 1580. 

Godly Exercise . . . 1586. 

Life of Sir John Oldcastle, 1600. 

Mirrour of Mutability (The), 1579. 

Paine of Pleasure (The), 1580 

Strangest Adventure that ever happened 
(The), 1601. 

Union's Vizard, or Wolves in Lambskins, 
1605. 

Watchword to Englande (A), 1584. 
Inauguration of Lord Mayors, 

Chrysanaleia, or the Golden Fishing, 1616. 
rrhe Lord Mayor was of the Fishmongers' 
Company.) 

Chryso-thriambos, or the Triumph of Golde, 
1611. (The Lord Mayor was of the Gold- 
smiths' Company.^ 



1276 



MUNDY — NAPIER. 



APPENDIX I. 



MURRAY — NAPIER. 



Metropolis Coronata, 1615. 

Triumphs of Old Drapers, 1614. (The Lord 
Mayor was of the Drapers' Company.) 

Triumphs of Reunited Britannia, 1605. 
(James I. dined with the Lord Mayor.) 
MuNDT (George Rodney), London, 1805- 

Hannibal (The), at Palermo, etc., 1859-61. 

Narrative of the Events in Borneo, 1848. 
MuKCHisoN (Sir Roderick Impey), geologist, 
born in Ross-shire, Scotland, 1792-1871. 

Geological Atlas of Europe, 1856. 

Geology of Cheltenham, 1834. 

Geology of Russia and the Ural Mountains, 
1845. 

Geology of Scotland, 1860. 

Siluria, 1854. 

Silurian System (The), 1839. 

Tertiary Deposits of Lower Styria, etc., 1830. 
MuBPHY (Arthur), dramatist, etc., of Lreland, 
1727-1805. 

Essay on Dr. Johnson, 1786. 

Life of Fielding, 1802. 

Life of Garrick, 1801. 

Life of Miss Ann Elliot, 1769. 

Translation of Tacitus, 1793. 
*^* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Jesse Foote, 1811.) 
Mdkphy (James Cavanah), 1760-1816. 

Arabian Antiquities of Spain, 1813-15. (A 
splendid work.) 

General View of the State of Portugal, 1798. 

History of the Mahometan Empire in Spain, 
1816. 

Travels in Portugal, 1795. 

Views, etc., of the Church of Batalha, in Por- 
tugal, 1795. 
MuKE (William), historian, 1799-1860. 

Calendar of the Egyptian Zodiac, 1832. 

Critical History of the Language and Litera- 
ture of Ancient Greece, 1850-57. 

Journal of a Tour in Greece, 1838. 

On the Chronology of the Egyptian Dynas- 
ties, 1829. 
MUKPHT (Robert), mathematician, Ireland, 
1806-1843. 

Treatise on the Theory of Algebraical Equa- 
tions, 1839. 
Murray, D.D. (Alexander), philologist, of 
Scotland, 1775-1813. 

History of the European Languages, 1823. 
Murray (Sir Charles Augustus), 1806- 

Hasoan, or the Child of the Pyramids, 1857. 

Prairie Bird (The), an Indian story, 1844. 

Travels in North America, 1854. 
Murray (Hugh), geographer, etc., bom at 
North Berwick, in Scotland, 1779-1846. 

Character of Nations (The), 1808. 

Discoveries and Travels in Africa, 1818 ; 
British America, 1848; North America, 
1829 ; Asia, 1820 ; the Polar Seas. 

Encyclopedia of Geography, 1834. 

History of British India, 1822. 

History of the United States of America, 
1844. 
Murray (Rev. James), Scotch dissenting 
minister, *-1782. 

Advice to Bishops, with a Discourse on Ridi- 
cule, 1774. 

Essay on Redemption, 1768. 

History of the Churches of England and 
Scotland, 1771. 



History of the American War. 

History of Religion, 1764. 

Lectures on the Lives of the Patriarchs, 1777. 

Sermons on the Revelation, 1778. 

Sermons to Asses, 1768, 1773. 

Sermons to Doctors of Divinity (part ii. of 

Sermons to Asses), 1775. 
Sermons to Ministers of State, 1781. 
Travels of the Imagination, 1773. 
Murray (Lindley), grammarian, born in Penu- 

sylvania, U.S., 1745-1826. 
English Grammar, 1795. 
English Exercises, etc., 1797. 
Power of Religion on the Mind, 1787. 

(His Life, by himself and Elizabeth Frank, 
1826.) 
Murray (Rev. Nicholas), pseudonym " Kir- 
wan," of Ireland, 1802-1861. 
Decline of Popery and its Cause, 1850. 
Letters to the Catholic Archbishop of New 

York, 1847. 
Men and Things in Europe, 1853. 
Parish Pencillings, 1854. 
Romanism at Home, 1852. 
MusGRAVE (Rev. George), bom in London, 

1798- 
Hebrew Psalter in Blank Verse (The), 1833. 
Nooks and Corners of Old France, 1867. 
Parson, Pen, and Pencil (The), 1847. 
Pilgrimage into Dauphine, 1857. 
Ramble in Brittany (A), 1870. 
Ramble in Normandy (A), 1855. 
Ten Days in a French Parsonage, 1863. 
Translation into blank verse of Homer's 

Odyssey (A), 1865. 

Nabbes (Thomas), dramatic author, 1600-1643. 
Bride (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Covent Garden (a comedy), 1638. 
Entertainment on the Prince's Birthday, 1639. 
Hannibal and Scipio (a tragedy), 1637. 
Microcosmus (a masque), 1637. 
Spriiig's Glory (The), a masque, 1638. 
Tottenham Court (a comedy), 1638. 
Unfortunate Mother (The), 1640. 
Naden (Constance C. W.), poetess, born at 

Edgbaston, in Warwickshire, 1858- 
Songs and Sonnets of Spring-time, 1881. 
Nalson, LL.D. (Rev. John), historian, etc., 

1638-16^8. 
Common Interest of King and People, 1678. 
Countermine, 1677. 
Foxes and Firebrands, 1682. 
Impartial Collection of Great Affairs of State, 

1682-83. 
Journal of the High Court of Justice, 1684. 
Translation of Maimbourg's History of the 

Crusade, 1685. 
Napier (John), lord of Merchiston, mathema- 
tician, born at Merchiston, in Scotland, 

1550-1617. 
Miriflci Logarithmorum Canonis Constructio, 

posthumous 1619. 
Mirifici Logarithmomm Canonis Descriptio, 

1614. 
Plaine Discovery of the Revelation of St. 

John, 1593. 
Rabdologias, sen Numerationis per Virgulas, 
1617. (Called " Napier's Bones.") 

(His Life, by the earl of Buchan, 1778; 
Mark Napier, 1834.) 



NAPIER — NEEDHAM. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. nash— needham. 



1277 



Nafieb (Mark), biographer, 1798- 

Life and Times of Moutiose, 1840. 

Memoirs of the Marquis of Montrose, 1856. 

Memoirs of Napier of Merchiston, 1834. 

Memorials of Graham of Claverhouse, 1859. 

Memorials of Montrose, etc., 1848-50. 

Montrose and the Covenanters, 1833. 
Napiek (Sir William Francis Patrick), his- 
torian, born at Castletown, in Ireland, 
1785-1860. 

Conquest of Scinde, 1845. 

History of General Sir C. Napier's Adminis- 
tration of Scinde, 1851. 

History of the Peninsular War, 1828-40. 
Nares, D.D. (Edward), 1762-1841. 

Elements of General History 2822. 

Evidences of Christianity, 1813. 

Heraldic Anomalies;, 1824. 

Memoirs ... of William Cecil, Lord Burgh- 
ley, 1828-31. 

Plurality of Worlds [put to the Scripture 
test]. 

JEleniarks on the Version of the New Testa- 
ment edited by the Unitarians, 1810, 1814. 

Thinks I to Myself (a novel), 1811. (His 
best-known work.) 
Nares, Mus.D. (James), bom at Stanwell, in 
Middlesex, 1715-1783. 

Anthems, 1778, 1788. 
Nares (Rev. Robert), bom at York, 1753-1829. 

Elements of Orthoepy, 1784. 

Glossary of Words and Phrases in the Time 
of Elizabeth, 1822. (Excellent.) 

View of Prophecy relating to the Christian 
Church, 1787. 
Naet (Cornelius), an Irish Catholic priest, 
born in Kildare, 1660-1738. 

New History of the World (A), 1720. 

New Testament newly translated from the 
Original Greek (The), 1718. 
Nash (J oseph), painter in water-colours, 1812- 

The Chapel of Edward the Confessor, in 
Westminster Abbey, 1866; Charles V. 
visiting Francis 1. in Confinement, 1865 ; 
Interior View of the Great Exhibition, 
1851; Louis Philippe's Bedroom at Clare- 
mont, 1867 ; The Queen's Visit to Lincoln's 
Inn Hall, 1846. 

Also Architecture in the Middle Ages, 1838. 

Mansions of England in the Olden Time, 
1839, 1849. 
Nash (Thomas), satirist and dramatic author, 
bom at Lowestoft, in Suffolk, 1564-1601. 

Almond for a Parrot (An), a satire on the 
Puritans, 1590. 

Anatomic of Absurditie, 1589. 

Apologie of Pierce Penilesse (a pamphlet on 
his own poverty), 1592. 

Christ's Tears over Jerusalem, 1593. 

Countercuffe to Martin Junior (A), a satire on 
the Puritans, 1593. 

Dido (a tragedy), 1594. (With Marlowe.) 

Have with you to Saffron Waldron (a pam- 
phlet in ridicule of Dr. Gabriel Harvey), 
1596. 

Isle of Dogs (The), a satirical play, 1597. 

Martin's Months Minde (a satire on the Puri- 
tans), no date, about 1589. 

Nashes Lenten Stuffe, 1599. 

Pappe with a Hatchet (a satire on the Puri- 
tans). 13ji9. 



Pasquils Apologie, 1590. 

Pierce Penilesse his Supplication to the 

Divell (a pamphlet on his own poverty), 

1592. 
Plaine Percevall the Peace-maker of Eng- 
land, no date, about 1589. 
Returne of the Knight-of-the-Poste from 

Hell with the Divell's Aunswere, 1606. 
Return of the Renowned Cavaliero Pasquill of 

England, 1589. 
Strange News, etc. (a pamphlet in ridicule of 

Dr. Gabriel Harvey), 1592. 
Summer's Last Will and Testament (a 

comedy), 1600. 
Terrors of the Night, 1594. (Apparitions.) 
Unfortimate Traveller (The), 1594. (J. 

Wilton.) 
Wonderful . . . Astrological Prognostication, 
1591. 

(His Life, by Collier, 1842.) 
Nash, D.D. (Treadway Russel), antiquary, 

1724-1811. 
Collections for a History of Worcestershire, 

1781-82. 
Naukton (Sir Robert), diplomatist, Suffolk, 

1563-1635. 
Fragmenta Regalia, 1641 ; enlarged by J. 

Caulfield, and called " The Court of Queen 

Elizabeth," 1814. 
(His Memoirs, by J. Caulfield, 1814.) 
Neal (Rev. Daniel), dissenting minister and 

historian, London, 1678-1743. 
History of New England, 1720. 
History of the Puritans, ] 732-38. 
Neal (John), novelist, nicknamed "Jehu 

O'Cataract," born at Portland, in Miiae, 

U.S., 1793-1876. 
Down-easters, 1831. 
Errata (a novel), 1823. 
Keep Cool (a novel), 1817. 
Logan (a novel), 1823. 
One Word More, 1854. 
Otho (a tragedy), 1819. 
Poems, 1818. 
Rachel Dyer, 1828. 
Randolph (a novel), 1823. 
Ruth Elder, 1833. 
Seventy-six, 1822. 
True Womanhood (a novel), 1859. 
Neale, D.D. ,'john Mason), historian and 

hymnologist, London, 1818-1866. 
Agnes de Tracy, 1843. 
Commentary on the Psalms, 1860. 
Essays on Liturgiology and Church History, 

1863. 
History of Pews, 1841. 
History of the Eastem Church, 1850-51. 
Hymns of the Eastem Church, 1862. 
Hymns, 1865. 

Rhythm of Bemard of Morlaix, 1859. 
Seatouian Poems, 1864. 
Triumphs of the Cross, 1845-46. 
Neate (Charles), political economist, bom at 

Adstock, in Buckinghamshire, 1807-1879. 
Lectures on the Currency, 1859. 
Three Lectures on Taxation, 1861. 
Needham (John Turberville), naturalittt 

London, 1713-1781. 
New Microscopical Discoveries, 1745. 
On Microscopical and Generation of Organized 

Bodies, ]76». 



127 



NEEDHAM — NEWMARCH. 



APPENDIX I. 



NEWMAX — NE%yMARCH. 



Nekoham (Marchamont), born at Burford, in 
Oxfordshire, 1620-1678. 
Digitus Dei, 1649. 
]Mercuriu8 Britannicus, 1643. 
llercurius Politicus, 1649-60. 
Mercurius Pragmaticus (The Levellers 
levelled), 1647. 
Nelson (Robert), 1659-1715. 

Festivals and Fasts of the Church of England, 

1704. (The sale almost unparalleled.) 
Great Duty of frequenting the Christian 

Sacrifice (The), 1714. 
Life of Bishop Bull, 1714. 
Practice of True Devotion, 1708. 
Whole Duty of a Christian (The), 1727. 
(His Life, by Secretan, 1716.) 
Nettleton, M.D. (Thomas), 1683-1742. 

Treatise on Virtue and Happiness, 1751. 
Neubrigensis (Gulielmus). See below. 
Newbukgh ("William of), chronicler, 113C-1208. 
Historia, sive Chronica Rerum Anglicarum 
(from 1066 to 1197), printed 1567. 
Newcastle (Margaret Lucas Cavendish, duchess 
of), poet, etc., born in Essex, 1625-1673. 
Comedies, 1662, 1668. 
Groimds of Natural Philosophy, 1668. 
Nature's Picture drawn by Fancie's Pencil, 

1656. 
Orations of Divers Sorts, 1662. 
Philosophical Fancies, 1653. 
Life of William, Duke of Newcastle, 1€C7. 
Philosophical Letters, 1664. 
Philosophical Opinions, etc., 1655. 
Poems and Fancies, 1653. 
World's Olio (The), 1655. 

(Her Life, by herself; published by sir 
Egerton Brydges, 1814.) 
Newcastle (William Cavendish, duke of), 
writer on horses, etc., 1592-1670. 
General System of Horsemanship, posthu- 
mous 1743. 
La Methode . . . Nouvelle de Dresser les 

Chevaux, 1657, 1671. 
New Method ... to dress Horses, 1667. (Not 
identical with the above.) 
Comedies. 
Country Captain (The), 1649. 
Humourous Lovers (The), 1677. 
Triumphant Widow (The), 1677. 
Variety (The), 1649. 
Newcomb, LL.D. (Simon), astronomer, born at 
Wallace, in Nova Scotia, 1835- 
A B C of Finance (The), 1877. 
Investigation of the Solar Parallax, 1867. 
On the Action of the Planets on the Moon, 1871. 
On the Secular Variations of the Asteroids, 

1860. 
Our Financial Policy during the Southern 

Rebellion, 1865. 
Popular Astronomy, 1878. 
Tubles of the Planet Neptune, 1865. 
Tables of the Planet Uranus, 1873. 
Nkwcomb CRev. Thomas), poet, 1675-1766. 
I^ast Judgment, 1723. 
Library (The), 1718. 
Odes and Epigrams, 1743. 
Poems, Odes, Epistles, etc., 1756. 
Newcombe, D.D. (William) archbishop of Ar- 
magh, born in Bedfordshire, 1729-1800. 
Attempt towards revising the Translation of 
the Greek Scriptures, 1880. 



Chief Difficulties in the Gospel History re- 
lating to our Lord's Resurrection, 1791. 

Duration of our Lord's Ministry, 1780. 

Harmony of the Gospels, 1778. (Good.) 

Historical View of English Biblical Transla- 
tions, 1792. 

New Version of Ezekiel, 1788. 

New Version of the Twelve Minor Prophe<s, 
1785. 

Our Lord's Conduct as a Divine Instructor, 
1782. 
Newman (Edward) naturalist, 1801-1876. 

History of British Ferns. 

Letters on the Natural History of Godalming, 
1849. 

List of British Ornithology. 

Natural History of British Butterflies. 
Newman (Francis William), brother of John 
Henry, London, 1805- 

Catholic Union, 1854. 

Contrasts of Ancient and Modern History, 
1847. 

Crimes of the House of Hapsburg, 1853. 

Essays towards a Church of the Future, 1854. 

History of the Hebrew Monarchy, 1847. 

Introduction to Roman History, 1852. 

Lectures on Ancien* and Modern History, 
1851. 

Lectures on Logic, 1838. 

Lectures on Political Economy, 1S51. 

National Debt (The), 1849. 

Passages from My Own Creed, 1850. 

Phases of Faith, etc., 1850. (His best-known 
work.) 

Radical Reforms, etc., 1848. 

Regal Rome, 1852. 

Soul (The), her Sorrows and Aspirations, 
1849. 

State Church not defensible (A), 1846. 

Theism, or Didactic Religions Utterances, 
1858. 
Newman, D.D. (John Henry), cardinal, liOr.- 
don, 1801- 

Apologia pro Vita Sua, 1864. * — — ^ 

Arians of the Fourth Century, 183S. 

Callista (a third-century sketch), 1 a52. 

Church of the Fathers, 1842. 

Development of Christian Doctrine, 1846. 
(His chief work.) 

Essay on Assent, 1870. 

Grammar of Assent (The), 1870. 

Lectures on Justification, 1838. 

Lectures on Romanism, etc., 1837. 

Life of Apollonius Tyanaeus, 1824. 

Lives of the English Saints, 1844. 

Loss and Gain (the story of a convert), 1848. 

Miracles of the Middle Ages (The), 1843. 

Office and Work of Universities (The), 
1854-56. 

Poems, 1868. 

Prophetical Office of the Church, etc., 1837. 

Sermons, 1838-44, 1844, 1857. 

Theory of Religious Belief (The), 1844. 

Tracts for the Times (No. 90), 1840. 
- Turks (The) and Christianity, 1854. 

(His Life, by H. J. Jennijigs, 1881.) 
Newmakch (William), statistician, born in 
Yorkshu-e, 1820- 
Loans raised (1793-1807) by Mr. I itt, etc., 

1855. 
New Supplies of Gold, 1853. 



NliWTON — NICOL. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



NICHOLS — NICOt,. 



l279 



Newton (Sir Isaac) natural philosopher, born 

at WoolBthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1642-1727. 
Analysis per Quantitatum Series, 1711. 
Arithmetica Universalis, 1707. 
Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms, posthu- 
mous 1728. 
De Mundi Systemate, posthumous 1728. 
Letters on Disputed Texts, posthumous 1754. 
Letters to Bentley, 1693. 
Method of Fluxions, etc., 1669; published 

1711. 
Optical Lectures, posthumous 1728. 
Opticks, 1704. 
Observations on Daniel and the Apocalypse, 

posthumous 1733. 
Principia Philosophiac Naturalis Mathe- 

matica, 1684; published 1687-1726. (Hia 

great work.) 
Quadrature of Curves, 1700. 

CHis Life, by Fontenclle, 1728; Frisi, 1778; 
Biot, 1822 ; De Morgan, 1833 ; Dr. Whewell, 
1S3G ; sir David Brewster, 1853, 1855 ; Con- 
duitt.) 
Newton, D.D. (John), London, 1725-1807 
Cardiphonia, or Utterance of the Heart, 1781. 
Messiah (The), in 50 sermons, 1786. 
Narrative of his own Life, 1764. 
Olney Hymns, 1779. (With Cowper.) 
Omicron's Letters, 1762. 
Review of Ecclesiastical Historj', 1770. 
Newton, D.D. (Thomas), bishop of Bristol, born 

at Lichfield, in Hampshire, 1704-1782. 
Dissertation on the Prophecies, 1754-58. 
Edited Milton's Paradise Lost, with Notes 
and a Memoir of the poet. 1749. 

(His Life, by himself, posthumous 1782.) 
NiccoLS (Richard), poet, 15«4- 
Cuckow (The), 1607. 
Beggar's Ape (The), no date. 
England's Eliza, 1610. 
Furies (The), 1614. 
London's Artillerie, 1616. 
Monodia, 1615. 

Sir Thomas Overberrie's Vision, 1616. 
Three Sisters' Tears (The), 1613. 
Twynnes Tragedye (The), 1611. 
Virtue's Encomium, 1614. 
NiCHOL, LL.D. (John), born at Montrosp, in 

Scotland, 1833- 
Fragments of Criticism, 1860. 
Hannibal (a poetical drama), 1872. 
Tables of English Literature, 1877. 
NiCHOL, LL.D. (John Pringle), astronomer, 

bom at Montrose in Scotland, 1804-1859. 
Architecture of the Heavens, 1838. 
Cyclopsedia of Physical Sciences, 1857. 
Planet Neptune (The), 1848. 
Planetary System (The), 1851. 
Stellar Universe (The), 1848. 
NiCHOLLS, M.D. (Frank), London, 1699-1778. 
De Anima Medica, 1748. 
De Motu Cordis et Sanguinis, 1772. 
"JIiCHOLLS (Sir George), born in Cornwall, 1786- 

1851. 
History of the English Poor Law, 1855. 
Lrish Poor Law (The), 1856. 
Scotch Poor Law (The), 1856. 
NiCHOLLS, D.D. (William), bom at Donnington, 

in Buckinghamshire, 1664-1712. 
Comment on the Book of Common Prayer, 1710. 
Conference with a Theist, 1703. 



NicHijLS (James), *-186l. 

Calvinism and Arminianism compared, 1824, 

(Much praised by the Quarterly Review.) 
Nichols (John), bom at Islington, 1745-1326. 

Anecdotes of Bowyer, etc., 1782. 

Bibliotheca Topographica Britannlca, 1T80-90. 
(With Goufrh.) 

Biographical Anecdotes of Hogarth, 1781 ; 
continued by his son (see below). 

History and Antiquities of Hinckley, in 
Leicestershire, 1813. 

History and Antiquities of Leicestershire, 
1795-1815. 

Illustrations of the Literary History of the 
Eighteenth Century, 1795-1811 ; contmued 
by his son (see below) to 1858. 

Illustrations of the Manners and Expenses of 
Ancient Times in England, 1797. 

Memoirs of Mr. Bowyer, 1778. 

Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Centurj-, 
1812-15. 

Origin of Printing, 1774. (With Bowyer^- 

Progresses and Processions of Queen Eliza- 
beth, 1788-1807. 

Progresses and Processions of James I., post- 
humous 1828. 
(Memoir, by Alexander Chalmers, 1826.) 
Nichols (John Bowyer), antiquary, London, 
1779-1863. 

Anecdotes of Hogarth, 1833. 

Collectanea Topographica, etc., 1834r-43. 

Fonthill and its Abbey, 1836. 

Illustrations of the Literary History of the 
Eighteenth Century, continued and com- 
pleted, 1848-58 (see above). 

London Pageants, 1831. 
Nicholson, M.D. (Henry AUeyne) geologist^ 
etc., born at Penrith, in Cumberland, 1844- 

Fossil Corals of the State of Ohio, 1875. 

Geology of Cumberland and Westmoreland, 
1866. 

Monograph of the British Graptolitidae, 1872. 

Palaeontology of Ontario, 1874-75. 
Nicholson (William), chemist, London, 1733- 
1815. 

Dictionary of Chemistry, 1795. 
NicoL, A.R.A. (Erskine), bora at Leith, in 
Scotland, 1825- 

Always tell the Trath, 1875 ; Among the Old 
Masters, 1864; The Ba-bees, 1872; Both 
Puzzled, 1866; Bothered, 1872; The Chil- 
dren's Fairing, 1871 ; A China Merchant, 
1868 ; A Colorado Beetle, 1878 ; A Country 
Booking Office, 1867 ; A Dander after the 
Rain, 1874; A Deputation, 1865; A Dis- 
puted Boundary, 1869 ; The Fisher's Knot, 
1871 ; His Legal Adviser, 1877 ; How it 
was She was Delayed, 1871; The Lonely 
Tenant of the Glen, 1878 ; Looking out for 
a Safe Investment, 1876 ; Missed it, 1866 ; 
Missing the Boat, 1878 ; The New Vintage, 
1875 ; Notice to Quit, 1862; On the Look- 
out, 1871; Past Work, 1873; Paying the 
Rent, 1866; The Play-hour, 1872; Pro 
Bono Publico, 1873 ; Renewal of the Lease 
Refused, 1863; The Sabbath Day, 1875; 
Steady Johnnie, 1873; A Storm at Sea, 1876; 
Treason, 1867 ; Under a Cloud, 1878: Unwill- 
ingly to School, 1877 ; Waiting at the Cross 
Roads, 1868 ; Waiting for the Train, 1864 ; 
When there is Nothing Else to Do, 1874. 



1280 



NICOLAS — NORTHCOTE. 



APPENDIX I. 



NOEL — NORTHCOTE. 



Nicolas (Sir Nicholas Harris), chronologist and 

antiquary, born in Cornwall, 1 799-1848. 
Alphabetical Lists of the Knights, 1725. 
Catalogue of Heralds' Visitations, 1823. 
Chronology of History, 1835. 
Despatches and Letters of Nelson, 1844-46. 
History of the Battle of Agincourt, 1827. 
Life of William Davison, 1823. 
Life and Times of Sir Christopher Hatton, 

1847. 
Lives of Izaac Walton and Charles Cotton, 

1837. 
Memoirs of Augustus Vincent, 1827. 
History of the British Navy, 1847. (Left un- 
finished.) 
History of Rugby, 1827. 
History of the Orders of Knighthood in the 

British Empire, 1841-42. 
Notitia Historica, 1824. 
Roll of Arms, etc., 1828, 1829. 
Siege of Carlaverock (The), 1828. 
Statutes of the Order of the Thistle, and Cata- 
logue of the Knights, 1828. 
Synopsis of the Peerage of England, 1825. 
Testamenta Vetusta, 1826. 
NicOLSON (William), archbishop of Cashel, 

bom in Cumberland, 1655-1727. 
English Historical Library, 1696-99. 
Irish Historical Library, 1724. 
Leges Marchiarum, or Border Laws, 1705. 
Scottish Historical Library, 1702. 
KiGHTiNGALE (Florence), born at Florence, 

1820- 
Hints on Hospitals, 1859. 
Notes on Lying-in Institutions, 1871. 
Notes on Nursing, 1860. 
On the Sanitary State of the Army in India, 

1863. 
NiSBET (Alexander), antiquary and heraldic 

writer, 1672-1725. 
Additional Figures and Marks of Cadency, 

1702. 
Ancient and Modern Use of Armories, 1718. 
System of Heraldry (A), 1722-42. (Valuable.) 
Nixon (Anthony), about 1566-1622. 
Blacke Year (The), 1606. 
Cheshire Prophecy (The), posthumous 1719. 
Christian Navy (The), . . . the Course to 

sayle to the Haven of Happiness, 1602. 
Dignitie of Man (The), 1612. 
Eliza's Memoriall, 1603. 
Ground ... of the Wars of Swetheland, 1609. 
London's Dove {i.e. Robert Dove), 1612. 
Oxford's Triumph, 1605. (Visit of the queen 

and prince). 
Scourge "oi Corruption, or a Crafty Knave 

needs no Broker, 1615. 
Strange Foot-post (A), 1613. 
Noble (Rev. Mark), biographer, '*-1827. 
Genealogical History of the Royal Families of 

Europe, 1781. 
Historical Genealogy of the House of Stuart, 

1795. 
History of the College of Arms, 1804. 
Lives of English Regicides, 1798. 
Memoirs of the House of Cromwell, 1784. 
Memoirs of the Medici, 1797. 
Noble (Rev. Samuel), London, 1779-1853. 
Appeal in Behalf of Certain Doctrines of the 

New Church, 1826. 
Plenary Inspiration of the Scriptures, 1824. 



Noel (Hon. and Rev. Baptist Wriothesley), 
1799-1873. 

Essay on the External Act of Baptism, 1850. 

Essay on the Union of Church and State, 
1848. 

Protestant Thoughts in Rhyme. 
Nolan (Captain Lewis Edward), 1817-1854. 

Organization, Drill, etc., of Cavalry Corps, 
1853. 
NoEDEN (John), topographer, bom in Wiltshire, 
1548-1625. 

Antithesis, or Contrarietie between the Wicked 
and Godly, set forth in a Pair of Gloves fit 
for Every Man to wear, 1590. 

England, or a Guide for Travellers, 1625. 

Eye to Heaven and Earth (An), 1619. 

Labyrinth of Man's Life (The), a poem, 1614. 

Loadstone to a Spiritual Life, 1614. 

Mirror for the Multitude (A), 1586. 

Mirror of Honour (The), 1597. 

Pathway to Patience, 1626. 

Pensive Man's Practise (A), 1585. 

Pensive Soules Delight (A), 1615. 

Poor Man's Rest, 1620. 

Progress of Pietie, 1596. 

Reforming Glass (A), 1596. 

Sinful Man's Solace (The), 1592. 

Speculum Britannia, 1593-1620. 

Surveyor's Dialogue (The), 1607. 

Vicissitudo Rerum (a poem), 1600. 
NOEMANBY (Constantine Henry Phipps, mar- 
quis of), 1797-1863. 

Congress (The) and the Cabinet, 1859. 

Louise de Bourbon, 1861. 

Matilda (a novel), 1825. 

Year of Revolution (A), 1857. 

Yes or No (a novel), 1818. 
NOREis (Rev. John), the " English Plato," bom 
in Wiltshire, 1657-1711. 

Discourse concerning the Immortality of the 
Soul, 1708. 

Discourses on the Beatitudes, 1690. 

Idea of Happiness (The), 1688. 

Picture of Love unveiled, 1682. 

Reason and Religion, 1689. 

Reflections on the Conduct of Human Life, 
1690. 

Theory and Regulation of Love, 1688. 

Theory of an Ideal World, 1691-1701. (His 
chief -work.) 
North (Sir Dudley), 1641-1691. 

Discourses on Trade, 1691. (Commended by 
MacCulloch.) 
(His Life, by Roger North, 1740^2.) 
North (Roger), biographer, 1650-1733. 

Discourse on the Study of the Laws, post- 
humous 1824. 

Examen, 1740. (A defence of Charles II.) 

Fish and Fishponds, 1713. 

Lives of the Norths, 1742^4. 

Memoirs of Musick, posthumous 1846. 
North (Sir Thomas), 1535-1579. 

Translated Doni's Moral Philosophy, 1570; 
Guevara's Dial of Princes, 1557; Plu- 
tarch's Lives, 1578. 
Noethcote, R.A. (James), bom at Plymouth, 
1746-1831. 

Life of Titian, 1830. (With Hazlitt.) 

Memoirs of Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1813-15. 

One Hundred tables, 1828; second series, 
1833. 



NORTON — O CONOR. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



NUGENT — O'CONOK. 1281 



NoBTON (Rev. Andrews), born at Hingham, U.S., 

1786-1853. 
<~renuineness of the Gospels, 1837, 1844, 1855. 
On the Latest Forms of Infidelity, 1839. 
Reasons for not believing the Doctrine of the 

Trinity, 1833. 
Norton (Hon. Mrs.), maiden name Caroline 

Elizabeth Sarah Sheridan, poetess, etc., 

1808-1877. 
Aunt Carry's Ballads for Children, 1847. 
Child of the Island (The), a poem, 1845. 
Coquette (The), and other Stories, 1834. 
Dandies' Rout (The), a satire, 1829. 
Dream (The), and other Poems, 1840. 
English Laws for Women, 1854. 
Lady of La Garaye (in verse), 1862. 
liost and Saved (a novel), 1863. 
Martyr (The), a tragedy, 1849. 
Old Sir Douglas, 1867. (One of her best.) 
Residence in Sierra Leone, 1849. 
Sorrows of Rosalie, 1829. (Her first wort.) 
Stuart Dunleath (a novel), 1851. 
Tales and Sketches, in Prose and Verse, 1850. 

(Same as "The Coquette.") 
Undying One (The), 1831. (Her best poem.) 
Wife (The), and Woman's Reward, 1835. 
NoKTON (Thomas), called " Archicarnifex," 

bom at Sharpenhoe, in Bedfordshire, 1532- 

1584. 
Epistle to the Queen's Poor Deceived Subjects 

of the North Country. 
Ferrex and Porrex (the first three acts), 1561. 

(The first English tragedy.) 
27 of the Psalms of David, in Stemhold and 

Hopkins' version, 1549. 
Warning against the Dangerous Practices of 

Papists. 
Norwood (Richard), mathematician, about 

159C-1645. 
Seaman's Practice (The), 1637. 
Trigonometry, 1631. 
NoTT, M.D. (John), poet, born at Worcester, 

1751-1826. 
Poems, 1730. 
Translations from Eafiz, 1787 ; and Petrarch, 

1777, 1808. 
No-well, D.D. (Alexander). 1507-1602. 
Catechism (the third), 1577. 
Catechismus, 1570. 
ChristianiB Pietatis Prima Institutio, 1570. 

(His Life, by R. Churton, 1809.) 
Not (William), born in Cornwall, 1577-1634. 
Compleat Lawyer (The), posthumous 1651. 
Grounds and Maximes of the Lawes of Eng- 
land, 1641. 
Reports, 1656. 
Rights of the Crown, 1715. 

(His Life, by sir John Doddridge, 1821.) 
Nugent (George Grenville, lord), jwe^, bom at 

Buckingham Castle, 1788-1850. 
Essaj' on Duelling, 1807. 
Lands, Classical and Sacred, 1845. 
Legends of the Library at Lilies, 1832. 
Memorials of Hampden, 1831. 
Oxford and Locke, 1829. 
Portugal (a poem), 1812. 
Nugent (Robert Craggs, earl), pod, bom in Ire- 
land, 1709-1788. 
Faith (a poem), 1774. 
Ode to Mankind, 1741. 
Odes and Epistles^ 1739. 



Nugent, LL.D. (Thomas), *-1772. 
Dictionnaire Portatif des Langues Frangaise 

et Anglaise, posthumous 1774. 
History of Vandalia, 1766. 
Principles of Political Law, posthumous 1756. 
(This ig a translation of Burlamaqui's work .) 

Oakklet (Rev. Frederick), born at Shrewsbmy 
1802- 

Catholic Worship, 1872. 

Church of the Bible ( I'he), 1857. 

Lyra Liturgica, 1867. 

Practical Sermons, 1848. 

Priest on the Mission (The), 1871. 

Sacrifice of the Mass (The), 1848. 

Voice of Creation (The), 1875. 

Youthful Martyrs of Rome, 1856. (Adapta- 
tion of Wiseman's Fabiola.') 

Whitehall Sermons, 1839. 
Oaks, A.R.A. (John \Vright), bora at Sproston 
House, in Cheshire, 1822- 

Autumn, 1870 ; The Border Country, 1877 ; 
A Cornish Fishing Village, 1881 ; Early 
Spring, 1869 ; Flintshire Court, 1880 ; Gorse 
Cutting, 1881 ; A Hazy Morning in Aln- 
mouthBay, 1880 ; In the Meadows, 1878 ; The 
Miller's Bout, 1881 ; The Reaper's Rest, 1880. 
O'Brien (Henry), Ireland, 19th century. 

Round Towers of Ireland (The), 1834. (Prize 
essay.) 
Occam (William of), called " Doctor Singularis 
et Invincibilis," schoolman, born in Surrey, 
1270-1347. 

Centiloquium Theologicum, printed 1494. 

Compendium Errorum Johaunis Popae XXIL, 
printed 1496. 

De Sacramento Altaris, printed 1514. 

Dialogorum Libri Septem ad versus Hicreticos, 
etc., printed 1476. 

Disputatio inter Clericum et Militem, printed 
1475. 

Expositio Aurea, etc., printed 1496. 

Opus Nonaginta Dierum . . . contra Johan- 
nem XXIL, printed 1481. 

Quodlibeta Septem, printed 1487. 

Scriptum in Primum Librum Sentenciarum, 
etc., printed 1483. 

Summa Totius Logicae, printed 1498. 

Tractatus Logicse, etc., printed 1488. 
Ocklet (Simon) historian, born at Exeter, 
1678-1720. 

History of the Present Jews, 1707. 

History of the Saracens, 1708-18. 

Introductio ad Linguas Orientales, 1706. 

South-west Barbary, 1713. 
O'Connor, M.D. (Bernard), bom in Kerry, Ire- 
land, 1666-1698. 

Evangelium Jledici, 1697. 

Letters on Poland, 1698. 
O'CONOR (Charles), of Belanagare, in Ireland, 
18th century. 

Dissertation on the History of Ireland, 1766. 
(Valuab'.e.) 
(His Life, by Dr. Charles O'Conor, 1796. 

Rare.^ 
O'Conor, D.D. (Charles), Irish priest, 1760- 
1828. 

Bibliotheca MS. Stowensis, 1818-19. 

Columbanus ad Hibernos, 1810-16. 

Memoirs of Charles O'Conor, Esq., 1796. 

llerum Hiberuicarum Scriptoreb, 1814-26. 
4 M 



1282 



ODELI. OLIPHANT. 



APPENDIX I. 



O'HARA OLIPHAXT. 



Odell (Thomas), 17th century. 
Brief . . . Treatise called "The Christian's 

Fatherland," 1635. (N.B.— This probably 

is the first instiince of the word " Father- 
land" In the language.) 
O'DoNOVAN, LL.D. (John), archaeologist, born at 

Kilkenny, in Ireland, 1809-1861. 
Annals of the Four Masters (translated), 1848- 

1851. 
Irish Grammar, 1845. 
Topographical Poems of O'Dubhagain and 

O'Hindbrin (translated), 1862. 
O'Driscol (John), historian, Ireland, *-*. 
History of Ireland, 1827. (Excellent.) 
Moral, Political, and Religious Views of Ire- 
land, 1823. (Highly praised.) 
Oftor (George), bibliographer, 1787-1864, 

Tyndale'8 New Testament, 1836. 
O'Flaherty (^oA&t'k), historian, 17th century. 
Ogygia, slve Rerum Hibernicarum Chrono- 

logia, 1685. (A vast lund of information.) 
O'Flanagan (James Roderick), born in Fermoy 

barracks, Cork, 1814- 
Bar-Life of O'Connell, 1866. 
Bryan O'Ryan (a sporting novel), 186G. 
Historical Guide ... to Blackwater, in 

Munster, 1844. 
History of Dundalk, 1861. (With D' Alton.) 
Impressions at Home and Abroad, 1857. 
Irish Rivers, 1845-52. 
Lives of the Lord Chancellors of Ireland, 

1870. (His chief work.) 
Ogdkn, D.D. (.Samuel), 1716-1778. 

Sermons, with an Account of the Author's 
Life, posthumous 1780. 

(Gilbert Wakefield says of Ogden, " Like 
Cicero, he lacks nothing to complete his 
meaning; like Demosthenes, he can suffer no 
deduction." Dr. Johnson says, that Ogden 
"fought infidels with their own weapons.") 
Ogilby (John), cosvwgraplier, of Edinburgh, 

1600-1676. 
Book of Roads, 1649. 
Africa, 1670 ; America, 1671 ; Asia, 1673 ; 

Atlas Chinensis, 1671-73; Atlas Japanensis, 

1670; Britannia, 1675. 
Relation of His Jlajestie's [coronation] Enter- 
tainment 1662. (^Charles II.) 
Translated Virgil's Jineid, 1649; iEsop's 

Fables, 1651 ; Homer's /iiad, 1660 ; Odyssey, 

1665, 
Ogilvie (Rev. Charles Almore), 1793-1873. 
Divine Glory manifested in the Conduct and 

Discourses of our Lord, 1836. (Hampton 

Lectures.) 
Ogilvie f Sir George), *-*. 

True Account of the Preservation of the 

Regalia of Scotland from falling into the 

Hands of the English Usurpers, 1701. 
Ogilvie, D.D, (John), Presbyterian minister, 

poet, 1733-1814. 
Britannia (an epic in 20 books), 1801. 
Inquiry into the Causes of the Infidelity . . . 

of the Times, 1783. 
Observations on , . . Composition, 1774. 
Rona (a poem in seven books), 1777. 
Sermons, 1767. 

Theology of Plato (The), 1793. 
Jgilvie, LL.D. (.John), lexicographer, bom in 

Banffshire, Scotland, 1797-18f7. 
Comprehensive ETiglish Dictionary, 1863. 



Imperial Dictionary, 1850 ; supplement, 1S56. 
Student's English Dictionary, 1865. 
O'Hara (Kane), dramatic author, Irelaad, 
1722-1782. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
O'Keefe (John), dramatist, born at Dublin, 

1747-1833. 
Poems, 1824. 
Recollections (an autobiography), 1826. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Olpham (John), poet, 1653-1684. 
Satires, Odes, Poems, etc., posthumous 1770, 

(His Memoir, by E. Thompson, 1770.) 
Oldmixon (John), historian and poet, 1673- 

1742. 
British Empire in America, 1708. 
Clarendon and Whitlock compared, 1727. 
Court Tales, or the Amours of the Presont 

Nobility, 1717. 
Critical History of England, 1726, 
History of England, 1730-39. 
Memoirs of Ireland, 1716. 
Memoirs of North Britain, 1715. 
Memoirs of the Press, 1742. 

Dramas, Poems, etc. 
Amores Britanuici (in imitation of Ovid), 

1703. 
Amyntas (a pastoral drama), 169S. 
Anacreontic Poems, 1696. 
Governor of Cyprus (a play), 1713. 
Grove (The), or Lover's Paradise (a play), 

1700. 
Poems and Translations, 1714. 
Oldys (William), bibliographer, 1687-1761. 
British Librarian, 1738. (Unpublished books.) 
Catalogus Bibliothecae Harleianae, 1743, 
Harleian Miscellany, 1753. 
Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1735, 
O'Leary (Rev. Arthur), generally called 

"Father O'Leary," born in Cork, Irelaad, 

1729-1802. 
Loyalty asserted, 1777, 
Plea for Liberty of Conscience, 1780, 

(His Lite, by T. R. England, 1822.) 
Oliphant (Lawrence), 1829- 
Incidents of Travel, 1865. 
Journey to Katmandhu (A), 1850, 
Minnesota and the Far West, 1855, 
Narrative of the earl of Elgin's Mission 

(1857-59) to China and Japan, 1860, 
Patriots and Filibusters, 1861, 
Piccadilly, 1870. 

Russian Shores of the Black Sea (The), 1853. 
Transcaucassian Campaign under Omer Pasha, 

1856. 
Oliphant (Mrs.), maiden name Margaret 

WilsoH, novelist, born at Liverpool, 1820- 
A'ovels. 
Adam Graeme of Mossgray, 1852, 
Agnes, 1866. 
At his Gates, 1872. 
Brownlows, 1868. 
Carita, 1877. 
Chronicles of Carlingford, 1864-69. (Her chief 

production.) 
Curate in Charge (The), 1876. 
Dress (not a novel), 1878, 
For Love and Life, 1874, 
Harry Muir, 1853, 

Innocent (a tale of modern life), 1S73. 
John (a love story), 1870, 



OLIPHANT — OriE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



OLIVER — OPTE. 



1283 



Katie Stewart, 185$. 

Lilliesleaf, 1855. 

Magdalen Hepbura, 1854. 

May, 1873. 

Merkland, 1851. 

Minister's Wife, 1869. 

M!-8. Arthur, 1177. 

Mrs. Margaret Maitland of Susnyside, 1849. 
(Her first work.) 

Mrs. Marjoribanks (one of the " Chronicles of 
Carliugford "). 

Ombra, 1872. 

Perpetual Curate (The), one of the " Chronicles 
of Carlingford." 

Phcebe Junior (one of the " Chronicles of Car- 
lingford "). 

Primrose Path (The), 1878. 

Quiet Heart (The), 1858. 

Rector (The), one of the " Chronicles of Car- 
lingford "). 

Rose in .June (A), 1874. 

Salem Chapel (one of the " Chronicles of Car- 
lingford "J. 

Son of the Soil (A), 1870. 

Squire Arden, 1871. 

Three Brothers, 1870. 

Valentine and his Brothers, 1875. 

AVithin the Precincts, 1879. 

Young Musgrave, 1877. 

Zaidee, 1856. 

Biographical Works. 

Historical Sketches of the Reign of George II., 
1869. 

Life of Edward Irving, 1862. 

Life of St. Francis of Assisi, 1870. 

Makers of Florence, 1876. (Dante, Giotto, 
and .3avonarola.) 

Memoir of Montalembert (A), 1872. 
OuPHANi (Thomas Lawrence Kington), bio- 
grapher, bom at Henleaze, in Gloucester- 
shire, 1831- 

Jacobite Lairds of Gask, 1870. 

Life of Frederick II., 1862. 

Life of the Due de Luynes, 1875. 

Sources of Standard English, 187?. 
Oliver, D.D. (George), antiquary and masonic 
writer, born at Paplewick, in JSottingham- 
shire, 1781-1861. 

Account of Corpus Pageants, Miracle Plays, 
etc.. at Sleaford, with Traditions of Lincoln 
Heath, 1838. 

Antiquities of Freemasonry, 1823. 

Apology for Freemasons, 1846. 

Booke of the Lodge, or [Masonic] Manual, 1849. 

Collections . . . illustrating the Biography of 
. . . the Members of the Society of Jesus, 
1838. 

Collections . . . illustrating the Catholic Re- 
ligion in Cornwall, etc., 1857. 

Dictionary of Symbolical Masonry, 1853. 

Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Devon, 1844. 

Existing Remains of the Ancient Britons, 
1847. 

Golden Remains of Early Masonic writers, 
1847-50. (Edited.) 

Historic Account of the Ancient Britons, 
1847. 

Historic Account of the Church of Wolver- 
hampton, 1836. 

Historic Account of the Religious Hooses Lia 
Lincolnshire], 1816. 



Historical Collections relating to the Monas- 
teries of Devon, 1820. 

Historical Landmarks ... of Freemasonry, 
1844^6. 

History and Antiquities of Beverley, in York- 
shire, 1829. 

History of Exeter, 1821. 

History of Freemasonry, 1841. 

History of St. James's Church, Grimsby, 1825. 

History of Witham [Masonic] Lodge, 1840. 

Illustrations of Masonry, 1829. (Preston's 
book continued.) 

Institutes of Masonic Jurisprudence, 1840. 

Jacob's Ladder, 1845. 

Lives of the Bishops and History of Exeter 
Cathedral, 1861. 

[Masonic] Schism (The), 1847. 

Jlirror for the Johannite Masons (A), 1843. 

Monasticon Dioecesis Exoniensis,1847 ; supple- 
ment, 1854. 

Origin of the "Royal Arch Degree" [iu 
Masonry], 1847. 

Revelations of a Square [in Masonry], 1855. 

Signs and Symbols of Freemasonry, 1826-29. 

Star in the Kast (The), 1825. (Freemasonry.) 

Symbol of Glory (The), or the End and Object 
of Freemasonry, 1850. 

Theocratic Philosophy of Freemasonry, 1825. 

Visit to Exeter (A), 1841. 
Olivkr, LL.D. (Peter), about 1780-1825. 

Scripture Lexicon of above Four Thousand 
Proper Names, 1810. (A useful work.) 
Olmsted (Denison), born at East Hartford, in 
Connecticut, U.S., 1791-1859. 

Introduction to Natural Philosophy, 1832. 

Journeys and Explorations in the Cotton 
Kingdom, 1861. 
Olmsted (Frederick Law), landscape gardener, 
born in Hartford, U.S., 1822- 

Cotton Kingdom (The), 1861. 

Journey in the Black Country, 1860. 

Journey to the Seaboard Slave States, 1856. 

Journey through Texas, ia57. 

Walks and Talks, 1852. 
O'Neil, A.R.A. (Henry), historical and genre 
painter, 1817- 

Death of Raffaelle, 1866; Eastward Ho ! 1857; 
Home Again, 1858 ; An Incident in the 
Life of Luther at Erfurt, 1867. 

Also The Age of Stucco (a satire in 3 cantos), 
1871. 

Modern Art in England and France, 1869. 
OriE, R. A. (John), called " The Cornish Won- 
der," born at St. Agnes, in Cornwall, 1761- 
1807. 

Arthur and Hubert; Belisarius; Death of 
Rizzio, 1787 ; Jephtha's Rash Vow ; Juliet 
in the Garden ; Murder of J ames I. of Scot- 
land ; The Presentation in the Temple. 

Also Lectures on Painting, posthumous 
1809. 

Life of Reynolds, in Pilkington's Dictionary 
of Painters. 
(His Life, by his widow, 1309.) 
Opik (Mrs.), maiden name Amelia Alderson, 
novelist, born at Norwich, 1769-1853. 

Adelaide Mowbray (a novel), 1804. 

Detraction Displayed, 1828. 

Father and Daughter (a novel), 1810. 

Illustrations of Lying in All its Branch^, 
1827. 



1284 ORCHARDSON — 03SIAN. APPENDIX I. 



ORME — OSSIAN, 



Lays for the Dead, 1833. 

Madeline, 1822. 

Mother and Son. 1800. 

Ni'W Tales, 1818. 

Poems, 1802-8. 

Simple Tales, 1806. 

Tales of the Heart, 1811. 

Tales of Real Life, 1813. 

Temper, or Domestic Scenes, 1812. 

Valentine Eve, 1812. 

Warrior's Return (The), and other I'oems, 
1809. 
(Her Life, by Lucy Brightwcll, 1854.) 
Okchardson, R.A. (William Quiller), born at 
Edinburgh, 1835- 

Autumn, 1878 ; Casus Belli, 1872 ; The Chal- 
lenge. 1865; Choosing a AVeapon, 1867; 
Christopher Sly, 1866; Cinderella, 1873; 
Conditional Neutrality, 1878 ; Day-dreams, 
1870 ; Escaped, 1874 ; Flotsam and Jetsam, 
1876 ; Flowers of the Forest, 1864 ; The 
Forest Pet, 1872 ; Hamlet and Ophelia, 
1865 ; Hamlet and the King, 1874 ; A Hun- 
dred Years Ago, 1871 ; In St. Mark's, 
Venice, 1871; Jessica, 1877; a Market Girl 
from the Lido, 1870; Moonlight on the 
Lagoons, 1875 ; The Old Soldier, 1876 ; On 
board H.M.S. Bellerophon(J^a.po\eon), 1880; 
On the Grand Canal, Venice, 1871 ; Ophelia, 
1874 ; Osciir and Brin, 1873 ; The Protector, 
1873; The Queen of the Swords, 1877; A 
Social Eddy, 1878; The Story of a Life, 
1866 ; Talbot and the Countess D'Auvergne, 
1867 ; Toilers of the Sea, 1870 ; Too Good 
to be True, 1875 ; A Venetian Fruit-Seller, 
1874 ; The Young Housewife, 1830. 
OuFORD (Horace Walpole, earl of), London, 
1717-1797. 

JEdes Walpolianae, etc., 1752. 

Anecdotes of English Painters, 1761-71. 

Castle of Otranto (,a tale), 1764. 

Catalogue of English Authors (royal and 
noble), 1758. (His chief work.) 

Catalogue of English Engravers, 1763. 

Catalogue of the Pictures of the Duke of 
Devonshire, 1760. 

Correspondence, posthumous 1820, 1831, 1837. 

Description of Strawberry Hill, 1772. 

Essay on Modern Gardening, 1785. 

Fugitive Pieces in Prose and Verse, 1758. 

Hasty Productions, 1791. 

Hieroglyphic Tales, 1785. 

Historic Doubts about Richard III., 1768. 

Journal of the Reign of George III., posthu- 
mous 1859. 

Letter [about] Chatterton, 1779. 

]\Iemoir8 of the Last Ten Years, 1751-60. 

Memoirs of the Reign of George II., posthu- 
mous 1822. 

Memoirs of the Reign of George III., posthu- 
mous 1844. 

Mysterious Mother (The), 1768. 

Reminiscences, posthumous 1818. 
(His Life, by Coxe, 1798 ; Macaulay, 1843 ; 

E. VVarburton, 1851.) 
Okme (Robert), historian, bom in Hindustan, 
1728-1801. 

Historical Fragments on the Mogul Empire, 
etc., 1782. 

History of the Military lYansactions of the 
British in Hindustan, 1763-78. (Excellent.) 



OiiJtE (William), dissenting minister, l78T-i 

1830. 
Bibliotheca Biblica, 1824. 
Memoirs of William Kiffln, 1823. 
Memoirs of John Osven, D.D., 1820. 
Memoirs of John Urquhart, 1827. 
OuMEROD, D.C.L. (George), antiquary, 17S9- 

1873. 
Arderne of Cheshire and the Ardens of War- 
wickshire, 1843. 
British and Roman Remains Illustrative of 

Antonine's Iter, xiv., 1852. 
History of Chester, 1819. (Much esteemed.) 
Line of Earthquakes called Offa's Dyke, 

1859. 
Miscellanea Palantina, 1851. 
Parentalia, 1851. 
Stanley Legend (The), 1839. 
Strigulensia, 1841. 
Obreky (Charles Boyle, earl of), born at Chel- 
sea, 1676-1731. 
Phalaridis Epistolas, 1698. (Bentley was his 

opponent in this controversy.) 
Orrery (Roger Boyle, earl of), 1621-1679. 
Art of War (The), 1677. 
English Adventures, etc., 1676. 
Parthenissa (a romance), 1677. 
Poems on the Church Festivals, 1681. 

(His Life, by T. Morrice, 1742.) 
Orton (Rev. Job), dissenting minister, born at 

Shrewsbury, 1717-1783. 
Exposition of the Old Testament, posthumous 

1788-91. 
Life of Dr. Doddridge, 1766. 
Osborn (Sherard), 1820-1875. 
Career (The), Last Voyage, and Fate of Sit 

John Franklin, 1860. 
Cruise in Japanese Waters (A). 
Past and Future of British Relations in China, 

1860. 
O'Shaughnessy (Arthur William Edgar), poet, 

London, 1846-1881. 
Epic of Women (The), 1870. 
Lays of France, 1872. (Free translations.) 
Music and Moonlight, 1874. 
Songs of a Worker, posthumous 1881. 
Thoughts in Marble, posthumous 1881. 
Translations from the French (see " Lays of 

France"), 1881. 

Prose. 
Toyland (tales), 1875. 
OssiAN, Celtic warrior-poet, said to have lived 
in the third century. 

Poems published by James Macpherson 
consist of two epics, viz. "Fiugal" and 
" Temora," and several smaller prose-poems, 
1760-63. 

N.B.— Dr. Blair, lord Kames, Gray (the 
poet), and sir John Sinclair maintained that 
Macpherson's poems were genuine. 

Dr. Johnson, David Hume, Laing, and 
Pinkerton maintained they were more or less 
fabrications of Macpherson. 

No man can wish a higher honour than to 
be the author of such a series of poems, so 
wholly original, and so full of poetic inven- 
tions, beautiful similes, happy turns of 
tht)ught, and poetic gems. No doubi the 
style is too abrupt, probably much of the 
scenery i's purely imaginary, but there never 
was but one Ossian. 



OTTLEY — PAINE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



OWEX — PAINE. 



\285 



OrrLEY (^\llliam Young), writer on art, 1771- 

1836. 
Inquiry Into the Origin and Early History of 

engraving on Copper and Wood, 1816. 
Italian School of Design, 1808-23. 
Notices of Engravers and their Works, 1831. 
Scarce and Curious Prints, etc., 1826. 
Otwat (Thomas), dramatist, born at Trotten, 

in Sussex, 1651-16S5. 
Windsor (in verse), posthumous 1686. 
%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 

(His Life, by Thornton, 1813.) 
OuroA. See De la Rame;. 
OuGHTRED (Rev. William), called "The Prince 

of Mathematicians," born at Eton, in Buck- 
inghamshire, 1573-1660. 
ArithmeticaB in Numero et Speciebus Insti- 

tutio, etc., 1631. 
Clavis Mathematica, 1631. (His chief work.) 
Description and Use of the Double Horizontal 

Dyall, etc., 1633. 
Geometrical Dialling, 1647. 
Opuscula Mathematica, posthumous 167G. 
Treatise on Trigonometry, 1657. 
OvEKBURT (Sir Thomas), poet, born at Compton 

Scorfen, in Warwickshire, 1581-1613. 
Characters, 1614. (Witty and vigorous.) 
Crumms fallen from King James's Table, 

posthumous 1715. 
Downefall of Ambition, etc., 1615. 
Observations on the State of the Seventeen 

Provinces, 1626. 
Remedv of Love (The), posthumous 1620. 
■ Wife (the), a didactic poem, 1614. 
Owen, D.D. (Henry), born in Monmouthshire, 

1716-1795. 
Brief Account of the Septuagint, 1787. (Ex- 
cellent.) 
Collatio Codicis Cottoniani Geneseos, 1778. 
Critica Sacra, 1774-75. 
Critical Disquisitions, 1784. 
Inquiry into the Present State of the Septua- 
gint, 1769. (Much esteemed.) 
Intent and Propriety of the Scripture Miracles, 

1773. 
Modes of Quotation by the Evangelists rindi- 

cated, 1789. 
Observations on the Fom- Gospels, 1764. 
Sermons, 1797. 
Owen, D.D. (John), Puritan divine, bom at 

Stadbam,in Oxfordshire, 1616-1683. 
Christologia, 1679. 
Communion with God, 1657. 
Discourse concerning the Holy Spirit, 1674. 
Display of Arminianism, 1642. 
Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews, 1668. 

(His chief work.) 
Exposition of Psalm cxiii., 1669. 
On Justification, 1677. 
On the . . . Study of Theology, 1661. 
Salus Electorum, Sanguis Jesu, 1679. 
Theologoumena, 1661. 
Treatise on Original Sin. 
Truth and Innocence vindicated, 1669. 
Vindicias Evangelicae (against the Unitarian 
doctrine), 1655. 

(His Life, by Dr. Owen, 1720 ; W. Orme,1826.) 
Owen, M.D. ( Richard), called " The Newton of 

Natural History," bom at Lancaster, 1804- 
Archetvpe and Homologies of the Vertebrate 

Skeleton, 1848. 



Catalogue of Recent Osteology, 1854. 

Fossil Mammals of Australia, 1877. 

Fossil Reptilia of South Africa, 1876. 

History of British Fossil Mammals and Birds, 
1846. 

History of British Fossil Reptiles, 1849-51. 

Lectures on the Invertebrate Animals, 1843. 

Lectures on the Vertebrate Animals, 1846. 

Memoir on the Gigantic Extinct Sloth, 1842. 

Memoir on the Pearly Nautilus, 1832. 

Odontography, 1840-45. (His great work.) 

On the Anatomy of Vertebrates, 1866. 

On the Aye-aye, 1863. 

On the Dodo, 1866. 

On the Extinct Wingless Birds of New Zea- 
land, 1879. 

On the Gorilla, 1865. 

On the Megatherium. 1860. 

On the Nature of Limbs, 1849. 

On the Structure of the Brain, 1837. 

Palaeontology, 1860. 

Parthenogenesis, 1849. 

Principles of Comparative Osteology, 1855. 
Owen (Robert), socialist, born at Newton, in 
Montgomeryshire, 1771-1858. 

Book of the New Moral World, 1836, 

New Moral World, 1839. 

New View of Society (A), 1816. 
(His Life, by Sargant.) 
Owen (Robert Dale), born at New Lanark, in 
Scotland, 1804-1877. 

Authenticity of the Bible, 1832. 

Beyond the Breakers, 1870. 

Debatable Land (The), 1872. 

Footfalls on the Boundary of Another World, 
1860. 

Moral Physiology, 1831. 

Personality of God, 1832. 

System of Education at New Lanark, 1824. 

Threading my Way (an autobiography), 
1874. 

Wrong of Slavery (The), 1864. 
Owen (William), Zexiccgrap/ier, Wales, 18th cen- 
tury. 

Cambrian Biography, 1803. 

Dictionary of the ^Velch Language, 1793. (It 
contains 100,000 woids.) 
Oxlfe (Rev. John), Hebrew scholar, 1779-1854. 

Confutation of Diabolarchy. 

Futility of any Attempt to convert the Jews, 
1842. 

Mysterious Stranger (The), posthumous 1859. 

Presumption of Gentiles in requiring .Jews to 
forsake the Law of Moses (The), 1845-47. 

Pace (Rev. Richard), 1482-1532. 

De Fructu qui ex Doctrina Percipitur, 1517. 

De Utilitate Studiorum, 1518. 

Conclusiones de Veniis Potificum, etc., 1518. 
Paget (Rev. Francis Edward), 1806- 

Luke Sharp (a tale of modern education), 
1845. 

St. Antholins, 1842. 

Warden of Berkenholt (The), 1843. 
Paine (Thomas), deist, bom at Thetford, in 
Norfolk, 1737-1809. 

Age of Reason, 1792-95, 1807. (His chiei 
work.) 

Agrarian Justice, 1797. 

American Crisis (The), 1776, 1796. 

Common Sense, 1776. 



1286 



PAINTER — PARKER. 



APPENDIX I. 



r ALGR AVE — PARKEB . 



Crisis (The), 1776-80. 

Dissertation on the First Principles of Govern- 
ment, 1795. 

Political and Moral Maxims, 1792. 

Prospects on the Rubicon, 1787. 

Public Good, 1780. 

Rights of Man (The), 1791-92. 
(His Life, by George Chalmers (Francis 

Oldys), 1791; W. Cobbett, 1796; James 

Cheetham, 1809; Rickman, 1814; R. Carlile, 

1819; Sherwan, 1819; Harford, 1820; Vale, 

1853.) 
*»* Few men have had so many biographers. 
Painter (William), 16th century. 

Palace of Pleasure, 1566-67. (A collection 
of tales from Boccaccio, Biondello, etc. 
Shakespeare derived from it several of his 
plotsj 
Paley (Frederick Althorp), writer on church 
architecture, born at Easingwold, in York- 
shire, 1816- 

Ecclesiologists' Guide to the Churches near 
Cambridge (The), 1844. 

Manual of Gothic Architecture, 1846. 

Manual of Gothic Mouldings, 1847. 

Notes on Twenty Churches Round Peter- 
borough, 1860. 

Remarks on Peterborough Cathedral, 1854. 
Paley, D.D. (William), bom at Peterborough, 
in Northamptonshire, 1743-1805. 

Evidences of Christianity, 1794. (Borrowed 
largely from Lardner and bishop Douglas.) 

^orai Paulina, 1790. (His most original 
work.) 

Mural and Political Philosophy, 1785. 

Natural Theology, 1802. (Borrowed largely 
from the Eeligious Philosopher, by Nieu- 
wentyt.) 

Sermons, posthumous 1808. 
(His Life, by G. W. Meadley, 1809 ; Paley.) 
Palfrey, D.D. (John Gorham), born at Boston, 
U.S., 1796- 

Elements of Chaldee, Syriac, etc., 1835. 

Evidences of Christianity (Lowell lectures), 
1843. 

History of New England during the Stuart 
Dynasty, 1859-65. 

Jewish Scriptures and Antiquities, 1838-52. 

Relation betweeen Judaism and Christianity, 
1854. 

Sermons, 1834. 

Semi-Centermial Discourse before the Massa- 
chusetts Historical Society, 1844. 

Slave Power, 1846. 
Jalgrave (Sir Francis), historian and anti- 
quary, London, 1788-1861. His name before 
he married was Cohen. 

Antient Kalendars and Inventories of His 
Majesty's Exchequer, 1836. 

Documents, etc., Illustrative of the History 
of Scotland, 1837. 

History of Normandy and of England, 1851- 
1857. (His chief work.) 

History of the Anglo-Saxons, 1831. 

Merchant and Friar, 1837. (Marco Polo and 
Friar Bacon.) 

Parliamentary Writs, etc., 1827-34. (Valu- 
able.) 

Rise aiid Progress of the English Common- 
wealth (Anglo-Saxon period), 1832. 

Hotuli Curice Regis, 1835. 



Palgrave, LL.D. (Francis Turner), London, 
1824- 

Essays on Art, 1866. 

Five Days' Entertainments at Went worth 
Grange, 1868, 

Golden Treasury of English Songs, etc., 1861. 

Hymns, 1867. 

Idylls and Songs, 1854. 

Lile of Sir Walter Scott, 1867. 

Lyrical Poems, 1871. 

Visions of England (The), poems, 1881. 
Palgrave (William Gifford), born in West- 
minster, 1826- 

Dutch Guiana, 1876. 

Hermann Agha (a novel), 1872. 

Narrative of a Year's Journey through 
Arabia, 1862-63. 
Palme II (Rev. Charles Ferrers), born at Tam- 
worth, in Staffordshire, 1819- 

Dominican Tertiary's Guide, 186S. 

History of Tamworth, 1845. 

History of the Baronial Family of ifarmion, 
1875. 

History of the Collegiate Church of Tam- 
worth, 1871. 

Life of Beato Angelico da Fiesole, 1865. 

Life of Philip Thomas Howard, 18C7. 
Palmer (Edward Henry), orientalist, born at 
Cambridge, 1840- 

Desert of the Exodus (The), 1871. 

Neger (The), or South Country of Scripture, 
1871. 

Persian-English and English-Persian Diction- 
ary, 1875. 

Song of the Reed (The), 1877. 
Palmer (Rev. William), 1803- 

Compendious Ecclesiastical History (A), 1841. 

Episcopacy, 1840. 

Origines Liturgica;, etc., 1832. 

Treatise of the Church of Christ, 1833. 
Palsgrave (John), 1480-1554. 

Lesclarecissement de la Langue Frangoyse, 
1530. (First attempt to reduce French to 
rules.) 
Paris (Matthew). See Matthew of Paris. 
Park, D.D. (Edwards), born at Providence, in 
Rhode Island, 1808- 

Rise of the Edwardean Theology of the 
Atonement, 1859. 

Theology of the Intellect and the Feelings 
1851. 
Park (Mungo), African traveller, born near 
Selkirk, in Scotland, 1771-1805. 

Travels (in 1795-97) in the Interior of Africa, 
1799. 
(His Life, by Rennell, 1815.) 
Park (Thomas), poet and antiquary, 1759- 
1834. 

Memoirs of W. Stevens, 1814. 

Nugai Modernae (prose and verse), 1318. 

Sonnets, and other Poems, 1797. 
Parker (John Henry), writer on architecture^ 
1806- 

Archajology of Rome, 1874. 

Domestic Architecture of the Middle Ages, 
1853-59. 

Glossary of Architecture, 1836. 

Introduction to the Study of Gothic Architec- 
ture, 1849. 
Parker (Martin), humorist, about 1605-1645. 

Harry White, his Humour, 1633. 



PARKER — PARSON'S. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, parkinsox— parsons. 1287 



Legend of Sir Leonard Lsxckwit, 1635. 
Poet's Blind Man's Bough (The), 1641. 
Rape of the Nightingale (in verse), 1632. 
Robin Conscience, his Progresse thorow 

Court, City, and Countrey (in verse), 1635. 
Parkkr, D.D. (Matthew), archbishop of Canter- 

biury, born at Norwich, 1504-1575. 
De Antiquitate BvitanniciJB Ecclesiae, 1572. 
Life off the Seventy A.rchbishopp off Canter- 
bury, etc., 1574. 

(His Life, by Strype, 1711 ; Dr. Hook, in 
the Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury, 
1861-74.) 
Parker (Samuel), bishop of Oxford, born at 

Northampton, 1640-1687. 
De Rebus sui Temporis, posthumous 1726. 

(His chief work.) 
Ecclesiastical Polity, 1669. 
Reasons for Abrogating the Test, 1688. 
Tentamina Physico-Theologica, 1665. 
Parker (Rev. Theodore), born at Lexington, 

U.S., 1810-1860. 
Discourse of Matters pertaining to Religion, 

1842. 
Sermons, 1852-53. 
Speeches, 1855. 

(His Life, by Weiss, 1863 ; Reville, 1865. 
Parkes (Bessie Rayner), afterwards Mrs. Belloc, 

poetess, etc., *- 
Ballads and Songs, 1863. 
Cat Aspasia (The), 1860. 
Gabriel, 1856. 
La Belle France, 1868. 
Peoples of the World (The), 1870. 
Poems, 1855. 
Parkes (Joseph), lawyer, l796-18C.i. 

History of the Court of Ciiaucery, 1823. 

(Commended by lord Brougham.) 
Parkes (Samuel), chemist, 1759-1825. 
Chemical Catechism, 1800. 
Chemical Essays (Arts and Manufactures), 

1823. 
Parkes (William). 17th century. 
Curtaine-drawer of the World (The), showing 

how Vice in a Riche Embroidered Gowne 

of Velvet rides Ahorsebackp, and Vertue 

in Thrid-bare Cloake goes Afoote, 1612. 
Parkhurst (John), lexicographer, born at 

Catesby, in Northamptonshire, 1728-1797. 
Divinity and Pre-existence of . . . Christ 

Demonstrated, 1787. 
Greek and English Lexicon to the New Testa- 
ment, 1769. 
Hebrew and English Lexicon, 1762. 
Parkinson (Anthony), 1668-1728. 
Collectanea Anglo-Mi noritica (i.e. the Grey 

Friars), 1726. (Well digested.) 
Legend of the Foundation of St. Begas Abbey, 

1826. 
Parkinson (James), *-*. 
Introduction to the Study of Fossils, 1823. 
Organic Remains of a Former World, 1 804. 
P.vRKiNSON(John),/ierba^is<, London, 1567-1641. 
Paradisi in Sole, Paradisus Terrestris, 1629. 
Theatrum Botannicum, 1640. (A work of 

merit.) 
Parkinson (Jo.^eph Charles), London, 1833- 
Governmeiit Examinations, 1860. 
Shakespeare a Freemason. 
Under Government (a guide to the Civil Ser- 
vice), 1859. 



Parkinson, D.D. (Richard), poef, bom in Lan- 
cashire, 1798-1858. 

Old Church Clock (The), 1844. 

Poems, 1845. 
Parkinson (Thoma.s), mathematician, bom at 
Kirkham, in Lancashire, 1745-1830. 

System of Mechanics and Hydrostatics, 1789. 
Parkman (Francis), born at Boston, U.S., 1823- 

California and Oregon Mail (The), 1849. 

Discovery of the Great West (The), 1869. 

France and England in America, 1865-67. 

Frontenac, 1878. 

History of the Conspiracy of Pontiac, 1851. 

Old Regime in Canada (The), 1874. 

Prairie and Rocky Mountain Life, 1852. 

Vassal Morton (a novel), 1856. 
Parnell, D.D. (ThomJts), poet, born at Dublin, 
1679-1717. 

Battle of the Frogs and Mice (in three bookp, 
mock heroic), 1700. 

Fairy Tale (A) : Edwin and Sir Topaz (in the 
ancient English style), 1798. 

Hermit (The), a story, in verse, from the Tal- 
mud, 1710. 

Life of Zoilus. 

Night-Piece on Death. (Goldsmith preferred 
this poem to Gray's Elegy.) 
(His Life, by Goldsmith, 1770.) 
Parr, LL.D (Rev. Samuel), born at Harrow- 
on-the-Hill, in Middlesex, 1747-1825. 

Aphorisms, etc, posthumous 1826. 

Characters of Charles James Fox, 1809. 

Letter from Irenopolis, etc., 1792. 

Prefatio ad Bellendenum de Statu Prisci 
Orbis, 1788. 
(His Life, by William Field, 1828; John 

Johnstone, M.D., 1828.) 
Parrot (Henry), epigrammatist, about 1578- 
1633. 

Cures for the Itch (epigrams, epitaphs, etc.). 

(160) Epigrams, 1608, 

Laquei Ridiculosi, or Springes for Woodcocks, 
(in two books), 1613. 

Mastive (The), or the Young Welpe of the 
Old Dogge (epigrams and satires), 1613. 

More the Merrier (The), epigrams, 1608. 

Mous-Trap (The), epigrams, 1608. 
Parry (Sir AVilliam Edward), arctic voyager^ 
born at Bath, in Somersetshire, 1790-1855. 

Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a 
North-west Passage, 1821 ; Journal of a 
Second Voyage, 1824; of a Third, 1826. 

Narrative of an Attempt to reach the North 
Pole, 1827. 
(His Life, by E. Parry, D.D., 1857.) 
Parsons, M.D. (James), antiquary, born at 
Barnstaple, in Devonshire, 1705-1770. 

Remains of Japhet, 1767. (European lan- 
guages.) 
Parsons (Robert), Jesuit, bom in Somersetshire^ 
1546-1610. 

Christian Directory, 1583-91. 

Christian Exercise (The Book of), 1 584. 

Conference about the Next Succession to the 
Crowne of Ingland, 1594. (Showing it t< 
be the Spanish Infanta, and not James 
Stuart.) 

Decachordon of Ten Quodlibical Questions, 
1600. 

De Persecutione Anglicana Libellus, 1582. 

Liturgy of the Mass ^The). 1620. 



1288 



PARSONS — PAULDING. 



APPENDIX I. 



PATRICK — PAUI-DING. 



Memorial of the Reformation, 1596. 

Eesponsio ad Elizabethaj . . . Edictum, 1592. 
(Showing that the pope can dethrone 
monarchs.) 

Three Conversions of Ingland (The), 1603-4. 

Why Catholiques refuse to goe to Church, 
1580. 
(His Life, by Thomas .Tames, 1612.) 
Parsons, LL.D. (Theophilus), writer on law, 
born at Newburyport, U.S., 1797- 

Deus Homo, 1869. 

Elements of Mercantile Law, 1856. 

Infinite (The) and the Finite, 1872. 

Laws of Business (The), 1857. 

Laws of Partnership (The), 1867. 

Legal Text-book for Business Men (The), 1869. 

Memoir of Chief Justice Parsons, 1859. 

Rights of a Citizen of the United States, 1875. 

Treatise on Marine Insurance, 1868. 

Treatise on the Law of Contracts, 1853. 

Treatise on the Law of Promissory Notes, 1863. 
Paslet (General Sir Charles William), military 
engineer, 1781-1844. 

Course of Elementary Fortification, 1822. 

Military Policy and Institutions of the British 
Empire, 1808. 

Natural Water Cements of England (The), 
1830. 

Rules for conducting ... a Siege, 1843. 

Universal Telegraphs for Day and Night 
Signals, 1823. 
Paterson (Daniel), lieut.-colonel, 18th century. 

British Itinerary, 1785. 

Roads of England and Wales, etc., 1771. 

Topographical Description of the Island of 
Grenada, 1780. 
Patmokk (Coventry Kearsay Dighton), poet, born 
at Woodford, in Essex, 1823- 

Angel of the House (The), in four parts, 1855; 
part i. the Betrothal, 1854 ; part ii. the 
Espousal, 1856; part iii. Faithful for Ever, 
1860 ; part iv. the Victories of Love, 1862. 

Garland of Poems for Children (A), 1862. 

Memoir of Barry Cornwall, 1878. 

Poems, 1844. 

Tamerton Church Tower, and other Poems, 
1853. 

Unknown Eros (The), 1877. 
Pa TON, R.A. (Sir Joseph Noel), born at Dun- 
fermline, in Scotland, 1823- 

'Ilie Ancient Mariner (illustrations), 1863 ; 
Caliban listening to the Music, 1868; Christ 
and Mary at the Sepulchre, 1873; Christ 
bearing the Cross, 1847 ; Christ the Good 
Shepherd, 1876; Dante meditating the Epi- 
sode of Francesca, 1852 ; 'i'he Dead Lady, 
1854 ; The Dowie Dens of Yarrow (six pic- 
tures), 1860 ; Faith and Reason, 1871 ; A 
?airy Raid, 1868 ; Home from the Crimea, 
1856 ; In Memoriam, 1858 ; Luther at Er- 
furt, 1861; The Man of Sorrows, 1875; 
Mors Janua Vita?, 1866; The Muck Rake, 
1877; Oskold and the EUe-Maids, 1873; 
The Pursuit of Pleasure, 1855 (his great 
picture); Quarrel of Oberon and Titania, 
1849 (in the Scottish National Gallery); 
Reconciliation of Oberon and Titania, 1847 
(in the Scottish National Gallery); Satan 
watching the Sleep of Christ, 1874; The 
Spirit of Religion (a prize cartoon), 1845 • 
The Spirit of Twilight, 1876. 



Poems by a Painter, 1861. 
Spindrift, 1867. 
Patrick (St.), primate of Ireland, 372^93. 
S. Patricio . . . adscripta Opuscula, printed 
1656. (Confessions, Letter to Corotil, etc.) 

(His Life, by B. B., 1625; Juan Perez de 

Montalvan, 1627 ; Probus ; Jocelin, translated 

into English by E. L. Swift, 1809; J. H. 

Todd. 1863.) 

Patrick (Symon), bishop of Chichester, then of 

Ely, 1626-1706. 
Aqua Genitalis, 1659. (On baptism.) 
Commentary upon the Old and New Testa- 
ment, 1809. (With Lowth, Arnald, and 

Whitby.) 
Divine Arithmetic (Psalm xc. 12), 1659. 
Friendly Debate between a Conformist and 

Nonconformist. 1669. 
Glorious Epiphany (The), 1678. 
Heart's Ease (The), 1671. 
Jewish Hypocrisy, 1660. 
Life of Dr. Walter Raleigh, 1679. 
Mensis Mystica (The " Lord's Table "), 1660. 
Parable of the Pilgrim, 1665. 
Paraphrase of Ecclesiastes and Canticles, 

1729; Job, 1679; Proverbs, 1683; Psalms, 

1680. 
Pillars and Ground of Truth (The), 1687. 
Search the Scriptures, 1685. 
Treatise on Repentance and Fastina. 168C. 
Virgin Mary misrepresented by the Homan 

Catholics, 1688. 
Witnesses of Christianity, 1675-77. 

(His Life, by himself, 1839.) 
Patterson (Robert), zoologist, 1802-1872. 
First Steps to Zoology, 1849. 
Introduction to Zoolc^y, 1846-48. 
Natural History as a BrancTi of Education, 

1847. 
On the Insects mentioned by Shakespeare, 

1842. 
Patterson (Robert Hogarth), born in Edin- 
burgh, 1821- 
Economy of Capital (The), 1864. 
Essays in History and Art, 1861. 
New Revolution (The), 1860. (Napoleon III.) 
Science of Finance (The), 1867. 
State (The), the Poor, and the Country, 1870. 
Pattison (Rev. Mark), born at Hornby, in 

Yorkshire, 1813- 
Isaac Casaubon, 1875. 

Suggestions on Academical Organization, 1868. 
Tendencies of Religious Thought in England, 

1860. 
Paulding (James Kirke), humorist, etc., born 

at Pleasant Valley, U.S., 1779-1860. 
Book of St. Nicholas (The), 1830. 
Diverting History of John Bull and Brother 

Jonathan (The), 1816. 
Dutchman's Fireside (The), a novel, 1831. 
John Bull in America (a satire in proso), 

1824. 
Konigsmarke (a novel), 1825. 
Lay of the Scottish Fiddle (a parody), 1813. 
Letters from the South by a Northerner, 1817 
Life of Washington, 1835. 
Merry Tales of the Three Wise Men ol 

Gotham, 1826. 
New Pilgrim's Progress (The), 1828. 
Old Continental (The), a novel, 1846. 
Puritan (The) and her Daughter, 1849. 



PAYN — PECKIIAM. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. peacock— peckham. 1289 



Salmagundi (a new series), 1819, 

Sketcii of Old England by a New Englander, 

1822. 
Slavery in the United States, 1836. 
Tales of a Good Woman, 1829. 
United States (The) and England, 1814, 
Westward Ho ! (a novel), 1832. 

(His Life, by his son, 1867.) 
Patn (James), novelist, born at Rodney Lodge, 

Cheltenham, in Gloucestershire, 1830- 
At Her Mercy. 
Best of Husbands (The). 
Bentinck's Tutor. 
By Proxy, 1878. 
Carlyon's Year. 
Cecil's Tryst. 
Clyffards of Clyffe (The). 
Confidential Agent (A), 1330. 
County Family (A), 1869. 
Fallen Fortunes. 
Family Scapegrace (The), 1861. 
For Cash Only, 1882. 
Foster Brothers (The). 
Found Deaid. 
From Exile, 1881. 
Grape from a Thorn (A), IB^Jl. 
Gwendoline's Harvest. 
Halves. 

High Spirits, 1879. 
Humorous Stories. 
Less Black than we're Painted, 1878. 
Like Father, Like Son, 1870. 
Lost Sir Massingberd, 1864. 
Marine Residence (A). 
Married Beneath Him. 
Mirk Abbey. 
Murphy's Master. 
Not Wooed, but Won. 
Perfect Treasure (A), 1869. 
Some Private Views, 1882. 
Two Hundred Pounds Reward. 
Under One Roof, 1879. 
Walter's Word. 
What He Cost Her, 1877. 
Woman's Vengeance (A), 
PA.TNE (John), j>oet, * 
Intaglios, 1871. 
Lautrec, 1878. 
Life and Death, 1872. 
Masque of Shadows (The), 1870. 
Songs, 1872. 
Peacham (Henry), London, 1576-1650. 

April Shower (An), for Richard Sacvile, earle 

of Dorset, 1624. 
Art of Living in London, 1642. 
Commons Complaint (The), 1611. 
Compleat Gentleman (The), 1622. 
Dialogue between the Crosse in Cheap and 

Charing Crosse, 1641. 
Duty of Subjects (The), 1639. 
Epigrams and Satyrs, 1600. 
Gentleman's Exercise (The), 1634. 
Graphice, etc., 1606. 

Hi>tory of the Five Wise Philosophers, 1672. 
Merry Discourse between Meum and Tuum, 

1639, 
Minerva Britanna, 1612. 
Paradox in Praise of a Dunce, 1642. 
Period of Mourning (for prince Henry), in six 

visions, 1613. 
Prince Heory revived (a poem), 1615. 



Thalia's Banquet, 1620. 
Truth of our Times revealed (The), 1638. 
Valley of Varietie (The), 1638. 
Worth of a Penny (The), 1664. 
Peacock, D.D. (George), mathematician *-lS59. 
Algebra (arithmetical and symbolical), 1842- 

1845. 
Trigonometry, 1839. 
Peacock (Edward), born at Hems worth, in Lin- 
colnshire, 1831- 
Glossary of Words used in the Wapentakes of 

Manley and Corringham, in Lincolnshire, 

1877. 
John Markenfield, 1874, 
Mabel Horn, 1872. 
Ralf Skislaugh, 1870. 
Peacock (Thomas Love), novelist and poet, bora 

at Weymouth, in Dorsetshire, 1785-1866. 
jyovels. 
Crotchet Castle, 1831, 
Gryll Grange, 1860. 
Headlong Hall, 1815. 
Maid Marian, 1822. 
Melincourt, 1817. 
Misfortunes of Elphin, 1329, 
Nightmare Abbey, 1815. 
Poems. 
Genius of the Thames, part i. 1810,partii.l812. 
Palmyra (in 25 stanzas), 1806. 
Rbododaphne, or the Thessalian Spell, 1818. 

(His Life, by Edith NicoUs, hia grand- 
daughter, 1875.) 
Peakce (Zachary), bishop of Rochester, bom ia 

London, 1690-1774. 
Commentary on the Four Evangelists, etc., 
1777. 

(His Life, by Derby, with additions by Dr. 
Johnson, 1777.) 
Pearson, D.D. (Edward), 1760-1811. 
Twelve Lectures on . . . the Prophecies re- 
lating to the Christian Church, 1811. 

(His Memoir, by T. Green, 1819. 
Pearson, D.D. (John), bishop of Chester, bom 

at Snoring, in Norfolk, 1612-1686, 
Annales Cyprianici, 1682. 
Annales Paulini, 1685. 
Exposition of the Creed, 1659. (A standard 

work.) 
Golden Remains of . . . John Hales of Eton, 

1659. 
Vindicije Epistolarum S. Ignatii, 1672, (To 

prove its genuineness.) 
Posthumous : Orationes, Condones, Determi- 
nationes Theologies, etc., 1688. 

(His Memoirs, by E. Churton, 1842.) 
Peck (Rev. Francis), antiquary, born at Stam- 
ford, in Lincolnshire, 1692-1743. 
Academia Tertia Anglicana, 1727, 
Antiquarian Annals of Stamford, 1727. 
Catalogue of all the Discourses for and against 

Popery in the Reign of James II., 1735. 
Desiderata Curiosa, 1732-35. 
Memoirs of Cromwell, 1740 ; of Milton, 1740. 
Monasticon Anglicanum, still in the British 
Museum in MS. 

(His Life, by Evans.) 
Peckham (John), archbishop of Canterbiuy, 

mathematician, born in Sussex, 1240-1292. 
De Summa Trinitate et Fide Catholica, post- 
humous 1510. 
Perspectiva Communis, posthumous 1504. 



1290 



PECOCK — PERCIVAL. 



APPENDIX I. 



PENN — PERCIVAL. 



Pecock (Reginald), bishop of Chichester, 1390- 

1460. 
Donet (a dialogue on the chief truths of 

Christianity), 1440. 
Repressor of Overmuch Blaming of the 
Clergy (The), 1449. 

(His Life, by Lewis ; by James Gardner, in 
Nos. 6 and 7 of The Fortnightly Review; and 
by Morley, vol. ii. part. i. English Writers.) 
Peele (George), dramatist, 1546-1597. 
Chronicle of Edward I., etc., 1593. 
Descensus Astraeae, 1591. 
Device of the Pageant, Oct. 29, 1585. 
Eclogue Gratulatorie (An), 1589. 
B'arewell (A), 1589. 

Honour of the Garter (The), a poem, 1593. 
Hunting of Cupid (a pastoral), 1591. 
Merrie Conceited Jests, posthumous 1627. 

(A lampoon on himself.) 
Polyhymnia, 1590. 

*;^* For his six dramas, see Appendix III. 

(His Life, by Dyce, 1828.) 
Pegge, LL.D. (Samuel), antiquary, born at 

Chesterfield, in Derbyshire, 1704-1796. 
Annales Elise de Trickingham, etc., 1789. 
Anonymiana, 1809. 
Coins fabricated by . . . the Archbishops of 

Canterbury, 1772. 
Coins of Conobelin, 1766. 
Croyland Boundary Stone, 1776. 
Dissertation on . . . Anglo-Saxon Remains of 

Coins, 1756. 
History of Beauchief Abbey, Derbyshire, 1801. 
History of Bolsover and Peak Castles, 1795. 
History of Eccleshall Castle, Staffordshire, 

1784. 
Life of Robert Grosseteste, 1793. 
Memoirs of Roger de Weseham, 1761. 
Pegge (Samuel), son of Dr. S. I'egge, 1731-1800. 
Anecdotes of the English Language, 1813. 
Curialia, 1782 ; Curialia Miscellanea, 1818. 
Supplement to Grose's Glossary, 1814. 
Pembekton, M.D. (Henry), mathematician, 

London, 1694-1771. 
"View of Sir Isaac Newton's Philosophy, 1728. 

*»* He assisted Newton in preparing the 
new edition of Principia. 
Pembroke (Mary Herbert, countess of), sister 

of sir Philip Sidney, 1556-1621. (She mar- 
ried 1575.) 
Antony (a tragedy). 
Elegy on Sir Philip Sidney. 
Pastoral Dialogue in Praise of Astrfeas. 

N.B. — To this lady Sidney's Arcadia is dedi- 
cated, and on this lady the famous epitaph 
was written by W. Browne, 1645 — 

Sidney's sister, Pembroke's mother, — 
Death, ere thou hast killed another, 
Fair, and good, and learned as she. 
Time shall throw his dart at thee. 

(Often ascribed to Ben Jonson.) 

Pknn (Granville), *-*. 
Bioscope on the Dial of Life, 1814. 
Christian Survey of the Periods of the World, 

etc., 1814. 
Comparative Estimate of the Mineral and 

Mosaical Geologies, 1822. (To show their 

agreement.) 
Ezekiel's "Gogue," 1814. 
ilemoirs of Admiral Sir William Penn, 1833. 



Pexn (William), founder of Pennsylvania, 

bom in London, 1644-1718. 
Account of the People called Quakers, 1694. 
Account of the Provinces of Pennsylvania. 

1681. 
Account of his Travels, 1677. 
Christian (The) a Quaker, and the Quaker a 

Christian, 1674. 
Journal. 

Libels no Proofs (a broadside), 1674. 
Light shining out of Darkness, 1699. 
Naked Truth needs no Shift (a broadside). 

1674. ^ 

No Cross, no Crown, 1669. 

(His Life, by Marsillac, 1791 ; T. Clarkson, 
1813; W. H. Dixon, 1851; S. Janney, U.8) 
Pengellt (William), geologist, born in Corn- 
wall, 1812- 
Lignite Formation of Bovey Traccy, in 

Devonshire, 1863. 
Pennant, LL.D. (Thomas), naturalist, born at 

Downing, in Wales, 1726-1798. 
Account of London, 1790. 
Arctic Zoology, 1784-87. 
British Zoology, 1766. 
Genera of Birds, 1773. 
History of the Parishes of Whiteford and 

Holywell, 1796. 
History of Quadrupeds, 1781. (The Synopsis 

enlarged.) 
Indian Zoology, 1769. 

Journey from Chester to London, 1782 ; Lon- 
don to Dover, etc., 1801. 
Journey to Snowdon, 1778-81. 
Literary Life, 1793. (His autobiography.) 
Of the Patagonians, 1788. 
Some Account of London, 1790. 
Synopsis of Quadrupeds, 1771. 
Tour from Downing to Alston Moor, ISOl; 

from Alston Moor to Harrowgate, etc., 1804. 
Tour in Scotland, 1771. 
Tours in Scotland, 1776. 
Tours in Wales, 1773. 
Pennell (Henry Cholmondely), jioef, 1336- 
Angler-Naturalist (The), 1864. 
Book of the Pike (The), 1866. 
Crescent (The), poetry, 1866. 
Fishing Gossip, 1867. 
Modern Babylon (poetry), 1873. 
Modem Practical Angler, 1873. 
Muses of Mayfair (poetry), 1874. 
Puck on Pegasus (poetry), 1861. 
Pennicuick, M.D. (Alexander), Scotland, poet, 

1652-1722. 
Blue Blanket (The), a tract, 1722. 
Blythe Muxes' l^anquet (The), poems, 1734. 
Caledonia Triumphans (a poem), 1699. 
Poems, 1762. 

Streams from Helicon (poems), 1720. 
Pepys (Samuel), born at Brampton, in Hunting- 
donshire, 1632-1703. 
Diary, in shorthand, deciphered by the Rev. 

John Smith, and published 1825. 
Memoirs of the Royal Navy, 1688. 

(His Life, by Smith, 1840 ; H. B. "VVheatley, 
1881.) 
Percival, M.D. (James Gates), poet, etc., born 
in Connecticut, U.S., 1795-1856. 
Clio (prose and verse), 1822-27. 
Poems, 1820. 
Report on the Geology of Connecticut, 18!2. 



PERCIVAL — FHILLIPS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



PETTY — PHILLIPS. 



l'29l 



Zamor, 1815. 
(His Life, by Ward, 1859.) 
Pkrcival, M.D. (Thomas), born at Warrington, 
in Lancashire, 1740-1304. 

Essays, Medical and Experimental, 1767-7S. 

Medical Ethics, 1S03. (His best work.) 
Percivall (William), hippopathologist, *-*. 

Anatomy of the Horse, 1836. 

Hippopathology, 1834. 

Lectures on Horses, their Form and Action, 
1859. 

Lectures on the Veterinary Art, 1823-26. 
PuRCT, M.D. (John), metalogist, born at Not- 
tingham, 1817- 

Mctallurgy, or the Art of Extracting Metals 
from their Ores, 1861. 

Metallurgy of Gold, Silver, and Lead, 18G9. 

Metallurgy of Lead, Desilverisation, and Cu- 
pellation, 1871. 
PERcr, D.D. (Thomas), bishop of Dromore, bom 
at Bridgnorth, in Shropshire, 1728-1811. 

Essay on the Origin of the English Stage, 
1793. 

Hermit of Warkworth, 1771. 

Key to the New Testament, 1779. 

Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, 1765. 
(His chief work.) 

Translations. 

Five Pieces of Runic Poetry, 1763. 

Mallet's Northern Antiquities, 1770. 

Song of Solomon, 1764. 
Percy Anecdotes, compiled by Thomas Byer- 
ley, of Mount Benger, in Scotland, under 
the pseudonyms of " Sholto " and " Reuben 
Percy," brothers of the Benedictine Monas- 
tery, Mount Benger, 1820-23. The sale 
was enormous. 
Pettie, R.A. (John), Edinburgh, 1839- 

The Armourers, 1859 ; Arrest for AVitch craft, 
1866; Before his Peers, 1881; Before the 
Battle, 1830 ; Disgrace of Cardinal Wolsey, 
1869 ; The Doctor, 1867 ; A Drumhead 
Court-Martial, 1865 ; The Flag of Truce, 
1873 ; The Gambler's Victim, 1869 ; George 
Fox refusing to take the Oath, 1864 ; The 
Gipsy Oak, 1872; Hal of the Wynd's 
Smithy, 1875; Her Grace, 1881 ; His Grace, 
ISSO; Ho! Ho! Ho! 1874; The Hour, 
1878; Hunted Down, 1877 ; Jacobites, 1875; 
Juliet and Friar Lawrence, 1874 ; A Knight 
of the 17th Century, 1877 ; The Laird, 1878 ; 
Midnight Watch, 1875; Pax Vobiscum, 
1868 ; The Pedlar, 1871 ; Rob Roy, 1878 ; 
A Sally, 1870 ; Sanctuary, 1873 ; Silvius 
and Phoebe, 1872; A State Secret, 1874; 
A Step, 1876 ; A Sword and Dagger Fight, 
1877; Terms to the Besieged, 1872; The 
Threat, 1876; 'Tis Blythe May-day, 1870; 
The Tonsure, 1864 ; Touchstone and Aud- 
ley, 1870; Treason, 1867; The Trio, 1863; 
Trout-fishing in the Highlands, 1881 ; 
Tussle with a Highland Smugsjler, 1868; 
Weary with Present Care and Memory Sad, 
1868 ; What d'ye lack, Madam ? 1861. 
Pjr.TTiGREW (Thomas Joseph), archceologist, 
London, 1791-1865. 

Ribliotheca Sussexiana, 1827-39. (Admirable.) 

' hronicles of the Tombs, 1847. 

History of Egyptian Mummies, 1834. 

Medical Portrait Galleiy, 1840. 

Jlemoirs of Dr. Lettsom, 1817. 



Memoirs of Lord Nelson, 1849. 
Superstitions connected with Medicine and 

Surgery, 1844. 
Petty (Sir William), economist, born at Rom- 

sey, in Hampshire, 1623-1687. 
Colloquium Davidls cum Anima sua, 1679. 
Hiberniae Delineatio, etc., 1685. 
Political Anatomy of Ireland, 1691. 
Political Arithmetic, 1682-90. (His chief 

work.) 
Political Survey of Ireland, posthumous 1719. 
Treatise on Taxes and Contributions, 1662. 
Petyt (William), 1636-1707. 
Ancient Right of the Commons of England, 

1680. 
Jus Parliamentariura, 1739. 
Miscellanea Parliamentaria, 1681. 
Peyton (John Lewis), born in Virginia, U.S., 

1824- 
Adventures of my Grandfather, 1867. 
Memoir of W. M. Peyton, 1870. 
Over the AUeghanles, etc., 1869. 
Statistical View of Illinois, 1854. 
Philips (Ambrose), the Whig poet, nicknamed 

" Nambypamby " Philips, born in Leices- 

teishlre, 1671-1749. 
Briton (The), a tragedy, 1722. 
Distressed Mother (The), a tragedy, 1712. 
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (a tragedy). 

1722. 
Life of John Williams, Archbishop of York, 

1700. 
Pastorals (six in number), 1708. (Called by 

Tickell " the finest in the language.") 
Persian Tales, 1709. 
Poems, 1748, 
Poetical Letter from Copenhagen (A), 1709. 

(His Life, by Dr. Johnson.) 
Philips (John), the Tory poet, born in Oxford- 
shire, 1676-1708. 
Blenheim, 1705. 
Cyder (in two books), 1708. 
Splendid Shilling (The), a parody on the style 
of Milton, 1703. 

(His Life, by Sewell, 1709.) 
Phillimore (John George), historian, etc., 

1809-1865. 
History of England during the Reign of 

George III., 1863. 
History of the Law of Evidence, 1850. 
Introduction to the Study of the Roman Law 

1848. 
Principles and Maxims of Jurisprudence, 1856. 
Phillip, R.A. (John), of Aberdeen, 1817-1867. 
Ell Pa?eo (bought by queen Victoria), 1855 ; 

The House of Commons (containing above 

30 portraits), 1863; A Letter-Writer of 

Seville (bought by queen Victoria), 1854 

Life among the Gipsies at Seville, 1853 

Marriage of the Princess Royal, 1860 

Spanish Contrabandistas (bought by prince 

Albert), 1858. 
Phillips (Charles), poet, 1789-1859. 
Consolations of Erin (The), 1818. 
Garland for the Grave of Sheridan, 1816. 
Historical Character of Napoleon, 1817. 
Lament of the Emerald Isle (The), a poem, 

1812. 
Loves of Celestine and St. Aubert (The), a 

romance, 1811. 
Recollections of Curran, etc., 1818. 



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PHILLIPS — PLANCHB. 



APPENDIX I, 



PICKERSGILL — PLANCIIB. 



Phillips (Edwani), 1630-1680. 

Coronation Ode, 1685. (James II.) 

Enchiridion, 1684. 

Life of Milton, 1694. 

Mysteries of Love and Eloquence (The), 1658. 

New World of Words (A), 1720. 

Speculum Linguae Latinas, 1684. 

Theatrum Poetarum, 1675. 
(His Life, by W. Godwin, 1815.) 
Phillips (John), geologist, 1800-1874. 

Geology (in the Cabinet Cyclopajdia), 1837, 

Geological Map of the British Isles. 

Illustrations of the Geology of Yorkshire. 

Map of the Strata of England and Wales. 

Rivers, Mountains, and Sea-coast of York- 
shire, 1855. 

Three Years' Observations on Rain. 
Phillips (Sir Richard), pseudonyms James 
Adair, Rev. S. Barrow, Rev. I). Blair, Rev. 
C. C. Clarke, Rev. J. Goldsmith, M. Pelham, 
etc. It is scandalous for a publisher to 
palm off his books under such false names, 
expressly intended to deceive the public, 
and to trade on the reputation of another's 
name. 1768-1840. 

Million of Facts, 1832. 

Morning's Walk from London to Kew (A), 
1817. 

Practices of Anonymous Critics (The), 1806. 

Proximate Causes of Material Phenomena, 
1821, 1824. 

(Why and Because, and First Catechism, as 
Rev. David Blair ; Readings in Science, as 
Rev. C. C. Clark ; editions of Goldsmith's 
Historia, aa Rev. J. Goldsmith ; etc.) 
Phillips, LL.D. (Samuel), journalist, 1815- 
1854. 

Caleb Stukely (a novel), 1843. 

Eminent Men and Popular Books, 1852-54. 

We are all Low People here (in Blackwood's 
Magazine). 
pjULLiPS, R.A. (Thomas), born at Dudley, 1770- 
1845. 

Lectures on Painting, its History and Prin- 
ciples, 1833. 
PiULLiPS (William), geologist, London, 1773- 
1828. 

Elementary Introduction to the Knowledge 
of Mineralogy, 1816. (Excellent.) 

Outline of the Geology of England and Wales, 
1818. 
PiiiLLPOTTS, D.D. (Henry), bishop of Exeter, 
born at Bridgewater, 1778-1869. 

Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury on 
the Gorham Case, 1850. 

Letters to Mr. Canning on the Roman Catholic 
Claims, 1827. 

Letters to Charles Butler, 1825- 26. 
PiCKEN (Andrew), novelist, born at Paisley, in 
Scotland, 1788-1833. 

Black Watch (The), 1833. 

Club Book (The), 1831, 

Domine's Legacy, 1830. 

Tales and Sketches of West Scotland, 1828. 

Tractarian (Tlie), 1829. 

Traditionary Stories of Old Families, 1833. 

Travels and Researches of Eminent English 
Missionaries, 1830. 

Waltham, 1832. 
PiiKKN (Andrew Belfrage),2>oe^, Scotland, 1£02- 
1849. 



Bedouins (The), and other Poems, 1828. 

Lights and Shadows of a Sailor's Life. 

Plague Ship (The). 
PiCKEKSGiLL, R.A. (Frederick Richard), histori- 
cal painter, London, 1820- 

Burial of Harold, 1847 (in the House of 
Lords); Combat between Hercules and 
Achelous, 1840; Death of King Lear (a 
prize cartoon), 1843 ; Florimel in the Cot- 
tage of the Witch (in the national collec- 
tion at the South Kensington Museum); 
Love's Labour Lost ; Samson betrayed. 
Pindar (Peter). See Wolcot. 
PiNKERTON (John), antiquary, etc., born at 
Edinburgh, 1758-1826. 

Ancient Scottish Poems, 1786. (Valuable.) 

Antiquities of Western Scotland, 1793, 

Essay on Medals, 1782. 

Enquiry into the History of Scotland before 
Malcolm III., 1789. 

General Collection of Voyages and Travels, 
1808-14. 

History of Scotland (House of Stuart), 1797. 

Iconographia Scotica, 1795-97. 

Letters on Literature, 1785. 

Medallic History of England, 1790. 

Modern Geography, 1802-7. 

Ode to Craigmillar Castle, 1776. 

Origin and Progress of the Scythians and 
Goths, 1787. 

Petralogy (a treatise on rocks), 1811. 

Rimes, 1782. 

Scottish Gallery, 1799. 

Scottish Poems, 1792. 

Scottish Tragic Ballads, 1781. 

oelect Scottish Ballads, 1783. 

Vitse AntiquEe Sanctorum, etc., 1789. 

Walpoliana, 1799. 
Piozzi (Mrs.), maiden name Hester Lynch Salus- 
bury (her first husband was Mr. Thrale), 
born at Bodvel, in Wales, 1839-1821, 

Anecdotes of Dr. S. Johnson, 1786. 

British Synonymy, 1794. 

Letters to and from Dr. S. Johnson, 1788. 

Observations, etc., on a journey through 
France, Italy, and Germany, 1789. 

Retrospection ... of the Most Striking Events, 
Characters, etc., of the Last Eighteen Hun- 
dred Years, etc., 1801. 

(Her Autobiography, published by Hay 
ward, 1861.) 
Pitman (Isaac), phonographer, bom at Trow- 
bridge, in Wiltshire, 1813. 

Phonography, or Writing of Sound, 1840. 

Stenographic Sound-hand, 1837. 
Pitt (Christopher), poet, born at Blandford, in 
Dorsetshire, 1699-1748. 

Poems, 1727. 

Translations into verse of Vida's Art of 
Poetry, 1725 ; and Virgil's ^neid, 1740. 
(Dr. Johnson says, " Pitt's ^neid pleases 

the critics, but Dryden's the people ; Pitt's is 

quoted, but Dryden's read." Dryden's name 

has made his Virgil pass muster; with an 

inferior name it could not possibly have 

survived.) 
Planche (James Robinson), dramatist and 
costumier, London, 1796-1880. 

Babil and Bijou (a song), 1872. 

Brigand (The), 1829. (This play or-ntains the 
Bong of " Gentle Zitelia.") 



PLAYFAIK — POLE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



POCOCKE — POLE. 



1293 



Conqueror and his Companions (The), 1874. 

Continental Gleanings, 1836. 

Costumes for Shakespeare's King John, 1823- 

1825. 
Costumes for Shakespeare's Richard III., 

1330. 
Cyclopa'dia of Costume, 1875-79. 
Danube (The), from Ulm to Vienna, 1836; 

the same as Descent of the Danube, 1828. 
History of British Costume, 1834, 1847. 
Introduction to Heraldry, 1866. 
King Nutcracker (a fairy tale), 1853. 
Lays and Legends of the Rhine, 1827 ; music 

by Bishop, 
llaid Marian (an opera), 1822; music by 

Bishop. 
Oberon (the libretto), 1826 ; music by Weber. 
Popular Fairy Tales, 1857. 
Pursuivant at Arms, etc., 1852. 
Recollections and Reflections (an autobio- 
graphy), 1872. 
Regal Records, 1838. 

*^* For his plays, see Appexdix III. 
Pr-ATFAiR (John), mathematician, born at Ber- 

vie, in Scotland, 1748-1819. 
Elements of Geometry, 1794. 
Illustrations of the Huttonian Theory of the 

Earth, 1802. 
Outlines of Natural Philosophy, 1812-16. 

(His Memoirs, by F. Jeffrey and J. G. 
Playfair, 1822.) 
Platfair, LL.D. (Lyon), born at Meerut, in 

Bengal, 1819- 
Food of Man in Relation to Useful Work, 

1865. 
Primary and Technical Education, 1870. 
Playfair (William), 1759-1823. 
British Family Antiquity, 1809-11. 
Commercial and Political Atlas, 1786. 
History of Jacobinism, 1795. 
Inquiry into the Decline and Fall of Nations, 

1790. 
Plot, LL.D. (Robert), naturalist and anti- 
quary, born in Kent, 1641-169G. 
Natural History of O.xfordshire, 1677. (Good.) 
Natural History of Staffordshire, 1686. 
Plowden (Edmund), jurist, born in Shropshire, 

1517-1584. 
Reports, 1571. (Much esteemed.) 
Plowman (Pierce), before 1350. 
Praier and Complaynte of the Ploweman 

unto Christe, about 1300. 
Visio Willi de Petro Plouhman (a religious 

allegorical satire generally attributed to 

Robert Langland, and supposed to have 

been written in the first quarter of the 

14th century), printed by R. Cowley, 1550. 
The Appendix to the Vision is called " Pierce 

Ploughman's Orede," and was published by 

R. Wolfe, 1553. 
Plukenet (Leonard), botanist, 1642-1710. 
Almagestum Botanicum, 1696. 
Phytographia, 1691-96. 
Plumptre, D.D. (Edward Hayes), po«t, etc., 

1821- 
Bible Educator (The), edited 1873. 
Biblical Studies, 1870. 
Book of Proverbs, 1864. 
Byways of Scripture, 1869. 
Calling of a Medical Student (The), 1849. 
CWmness in Times of Trouble, 1868. 



Christ and Christendom (a Boyle Lecture) 
1867. 

Confession and Absolution, 1874. 

Dangers Past and Present, 1861. 

Decalogue, etc. (The), 1866. 

Delays and Dififlculties in the Churches' Work, 
1872. 

Education of the Clergy, 1862. 

Epistle of St. James (The), 1876. 

Epistles of St. Peter and of St. Jude, 1876. 

Epistles to the Seven Churches, 1877. 

Gospels (The First Three), 1878. 

Infidelity refuted, 1876. 

King's College Sermons, 1859. 

Lazarus, and other Poems, 1864. 

Master and Scholar, with other Poems, 1865. 

Mission of the Comforter, 1871. 

Movement of Religious Thought, 1879. 

Uur Life in Heaven, 1856. 

Perversions to Rome, 1877. 

Respice, Aspice, Prospice, etc., 1876. 

Sermons at King's College, 1859. 

Spirits in Prison, 1871. 

St. Paul in Asia Minor, etc., 1877. 

Study of Theology, etc., 1853. 

Theology and Life (sermons), 1866. 

Tragedies of .^schylus translated, 1870; 
Sophocles, 1866. 

Twilight Hours, 1868. 

Victory of Faith, 1874. 

Who is Sufficient ? 1878. 
PococKE, D.D. (Edward), orientalist, born at 
Oxford, 1604-1691. 

Commentary on Mieah, etc., 1677. 

Porta Mosis, 1655. 

Specimen Historiae Arabum, 1650. 

Translation of Abul-Pharajius into Latin, 
1663 ; translation of Grotius's De Veritate 
Jieligionis Christiance into Arabic, 1660. 
(His Life, by Leonard Twells, 1740.) 
PocoCKE, LL.D. (Richard), bishop of Meath, 
traveller in the East, born at Southampton, 
in Hampshire, 1704-1765. 

Observations on Egypt, 1743. 

Observations on Palestine, etc., 1745. 
POE (Edgar Allen), poet and novelist, bom at 
Baltimore, U.S., 1811-1849. 

Al Aaraff, and Minor Poems, 1829. 

Bells (The), a poetical word-painting, 1831. 

Conchologist's First Book (The), 1840. 

Eureka (a prose poem on the cosmogony), 
1848. 

Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, 1838. 

Poems, 1831. 

Raven (The), and other Poems, 1831. 

Tales, 1845. 

Tales of the Grotesque, etc., 1840. 

Tamerlane, and some Minor Poems, 1829. 

Two volumes of Tales, posthumous 1850. 
Pole (Reginald), cardinal archbishop of Canter- 
bury, born at Stourton Castle, in Stafford- 
shire, 1500-1558. 

De Concilio Liber, posthumous 1562. 

Pro Ecclesiasticas Unitatis Defensione, libri iv., 
1536. (Called by Wythers " seditious and 
blasphemous." It certainly gave great 
alarm to the king [Henry VIII.], and Pole 
promised not to publish it.) 

Reformatio Angliae, 1556. 
(His Life, "ex ofQcina Guerrei fratrom," 

1563; another, "London, J, Adamson," 1620.) 



1294 



POLLOK — PORTK R. 



APPENDIX I. 



POPHAM — PORTER. 



PoLLOK (Robert), j9oe^, Scotland, 1799-1827. 

Course of Time (The), an epic poem in 10 
books, about 1820 ; eighth edition, 1828. 
(His Life, by his brother, 1843 ; Hannay, 

1863 ; J. H. Ingram, with Works, 1874-75.) 
PoLWHELE (Rev. Richard), antiquary, Corn- 
wall, 1760-1838. 

Cornish-English Vocabulary of Local Names, 
1836. 

History of Cornwall, 1803. 

History of Devonshire, 1793-1806. 

Poems, 1794, 1796, 1806, 1810. 

Traditions and Recollections, 1826. 
PoMFRET (Rev. John), poet, born at Luton, in 
Bedfordshire, 1667-1703. 

Choice (The), a didactic poem, 1699. 

Dies Novissima, posthumous 1704. 

Reason, 1700. 
(Life by Dr. Johnson, who says " no poem 

has been more read than Pomfret's Choice") 
Pond (John), astronomer royal, 1767-1836. 

Astronomical Observations from 1811 to 1835 ; 
continued by G. B. Airy. 

Catalogue of the Stars, 1833. 
Pont (Rev. Robert), pastor in the kirk of 
Scotland, 16th century. 

Against Sacrilege, 1599. 

De Sabbaticorum Annorum periodis Chrono- 
logica a Mundi Exordio Digestio, 1619. 

De Unione Britannia^, etc., 1604. 

On the Riglit Reckoning of the Ages of the 
World, 1619. (He says the year 1600 is 
A.M. 5548.) 
Poole (Rev. George AylifFe), 1809- 

History of Ecclesiastical Arcliitecture in Eng- 
land, 1848. 

History of England from a Churchman's Point 
of View, 1845. 
Poole (John), dramatist, 1786-1872. 

Christmas Festivities, 1845. 

Comic Miscellany, 1845. 

Comic Sketch-book, 1835. 

Hamlet travestied, 1811. 

Little Pedlington, etc. (a satire on humbug 
and all shams), 1839. 

Oddities of London Life, 1838, 

Patrician and Parvenu (The), a comedy, 1835 

Paul Pry (a comedy), 1825. 

Phineas Quiddy, or Sneer Industry, 1842. 
Poole (Matthew), born at York, 1624-1679. 

Annotations on Scripture, 1685. 

Synopsis Criticorum Biblicoruiu, 1669-76. 
(150 Biblical critics. His chief work.) 
Poole, R.A. (Paul Falconer), born at Bristol, 
1810- 

Arlete discovered by Robert le Diable, 1848 ; 
The Beleaguered Moors, 1844; "By the 
"Waters of Babylon," etc., 1842 ; Edward III. 
at the Siege of Calais (a prize painting), 
1847 ; The Emigrant's Departure, 1838 ; 
The Farewell, 1837 ; The Goths in Italy, 
1852 ; Hermann and Dorothea at the Foun- 
tain, 1840; Job and his Friends, 1850; 
Lighting the Beacon, 1864; Margaret at 
Her Wheel (from Faust), 1842; Solomon 
Eagle exhorting to Repentance, 1843; The 
Visitation of Sion Monastery, 1846; The 
Well (a scene at Naples), 1830. 
Pope (Alexander), poei, London, 1688-1744. 

Bathos, or the Art of Sinking, 1727. 

Correspondence, 1735-36. 



Dunciad (iti four parts), 1726; published 

1728 ; part iv. 1742-43. 
Elegy on an Unfortunate Lady, 1717. 
Lloisa to Abelard, 1717. 
Epilogue to the Satires, 1738. 
Epistle on Taste, 1731. 
Epistle to Arbuthnot, 1735. 
Essay on Criticism (in verse), 1711. 
Essay on Man (in four poetical epistles), 

1732-34. 
Imitations of Horace, 1733, 1734, 1737. 
Iliad translated into English verse : book i.-iv. 

1715 ; completed 1719, begun 1713. 
Messiah (The), a sacred eclogue, 1712. 
Miscellaneous Poems, 1709. 
Moral Essays (in five poetical epistles), 

1731-35. 
New Dunciad (A), 1742-43. (Forming 

part iv. of The Dunciad.) 
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day, 1713. 
Odyssey translated into English verse, 1725 ; 

begun, 1721. 
Pastorals (four in number), 1709. 
Prologue to Cato, 1713. 
Rape of the Lock (in five cantos), 1712. 
Satires, 1734. 
Temple of Fame, 1712. 
Treatise on the Bathos, 1727. 
Three Hours after Marriage, 1717. 
Windsor Forest, 1704, 1713. 

(His Life, by W. Ayre, 1745 ; Owen Rnff- 
head, 1767 ; Bowles, 1807 ; Roscoe, 1824 ; R. 
Carruthers ; Ward, 1869 ; W. Elwin, 1872 ; 
C. Clarke, 1873; Rossetti, 1873.) 
PoPHAM, D.D. (Edward), about 1740-1812. 
Extracts from the Pentateuch compared with 

Passages from Greek and Latin Authors, 

1802. 
lUustrium Virorum Elogia, 1778. 
PORDAGE (Samuel), poet, contemporary with 

Dryden. 
Azaria and Hushai (a counter satire to Dry- 
den's Absalom and Achitophel.) 
Eliana (a romance). 
Herod and Maiiamne (a tragedy). 1673. 
Mundorum Explicatio (a sacred poem), 1661. 
Poems, 1660. 

Siege of Babylon (The), a tragedy, 1678. 
PORSON (Richard), Greek critic, born at East 

RustOn, Norfolk, 1759-1808. 
Adversaria, posthumous 1812. 
Hecuba edited, 1797. 
Letters to Archdeacon Travis, 1790. 
Medea edited, 1801. 
Orestes edited, 1798. 
Phcenissce edited, 1799. 
Photii Grajcum Lexicon, posthunious 1822. 
Tracts, etc., posthumous 1815. 

(Hi8 Life, by Rev. S. Weston, 1808 ; Rev 
J. S. Watson, 1861.) 
Porter (Anna Maria), poet and novelist, born 

at Durham, 1781-1832. 
Artless Tales, 1793. 
Ballads, and other Poems, 1811. 
Barony (a romance), 1830. 
Don Sebastian, 1809. 
Fast of St. Magdalen (The), 1818. 
Honor O'Hara (a novel), 1826. 
Hungarian Brothers (The), 1807. (Her chief 

novel.) 
Knight of St. John (The), 1821. 



PORTER — PRATT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



POWKLIi — PRATT. 



1295 



Lakes of KiUarney (The), 1804. 

Octavia (a novel), 1798. 

Recluse of Norway (The), 1814. 

lloche Blanche, 1822. 

Sailor's Friendship (A), and a Soldier's Love, 

1805. 
Tales Round a Winter Hearth, 1826. (With 

her sister .Jane.) 
Village of Mariendorpt (The), 1821. 
Walsh Colville, 1819. 
PoKTER (Jane), novelist, born at Durham, 1776- 

1850. 
Coming Out (a novel), 1828. 
Duke Christian of Luneberg, 1824. 
Field of the Forty Footsteps, 1828. 
Pastor's Fireside (The), a novel, 1815. 
Scottish Chiefs (The), a romance, 1810. 
Sir Kdvvard Seaward's Narrative, 1831. 
Tales Round a Winter Hearth, 1826. (With 

her sister Anna Maria.) 
Thaddeus of Warsaw (a romance), 1803. 
Porter (Sir Robert Ker), histoi-ical pa inter, born 

at Durham, 1775-1842. 
Battle of Agincourt, 1802. 
Battle of Alexandria, 1813. 
Campaign in Russia (The), 1813. 
Travels in Georgia, Persia, etc.. 1821-22. 
PuRTEUS, D.D. (Beilby), bishop of London, born 

at York, 1731-1808. 
Death (a poem), 1759. 

Evidences for the Truth of Revelation, 1800. 
Lectures on St. Matthew, 1802. 
Life of Archbishop SecKer, 1797. 
Sermons, 1783-94. 

Temporal Benefits of Christianity, 1806. 
Works, posthumous 1811. 

(His Life, by a layman of Merton College, 
1810 ; by R. Hodgson, D.D., 1811.) 
POTK (.Joseph), of Eton, in Buckinghamshire, 

1709-1787. 
History and Antiquities of Windsor Castle, 

1749-62. 
Potter (Humphrey Tristram), 18th century. 

Cant and Flash Dictionary, 1795. 
Potter, D.D. (John), archbishop of Canterbury, 

born at Wakefield, in Yorkshire, 1674-1747. 
Archjeologia Grasca, 1697-98. 
Discourse on Church Government, 1707. 
Theological Works, posthumous 1753. 

(His Life, by Anderson ; Dunbar ; dean 
Hook, in the Archbishops of Canterbury, 
1861-75.) 
Potter (Rev. Robert), 1721-1804. 
Translated into English verse ^sc%Zu«, 1777; 

Euripides, 1781-82 ; Sophocles, 1788. 
Potts (Thomas), about 1575-1630. 
Discovery of Witches in Lancashire, 1613. 

(Containing the trial of 19 "witches.") 
PovEY (Charles), about 1660-1750. 
Torments after Death, 1740. 
Virgin in Eden (The), 1741. 
Visions of Sir Heister Ryley (no date). 
P<>WELi.(Rev. Baden), natural philosopher, born 

at Stamford Hill, near London, 1796-1860. 
Christianity without Judaism, 1857. 
Connection of >fatural and Divine Truth, 

1838. 
Experimental and Mathematical Optics, 1833. 
History of Natural Philosophy, 1842. 
Ori'.r^r of Nature and Claims of Revelation, 

l60<i. 



Progress of Physical and Mathematical 
Sciences, 1834. 

Revelation and Science, 1833. 

Study and Evidences of Christianity, 1860. 

Tradition Unveiled, 1839. 

Unity of Worlds and of Nature, 1855. 

View of the Undulatory Theory of Light, 1841. 
Powell (Gabriel), of Wales, 1575-1611. 

De Antichristo et ejus Ecclesia, libri ii., 1605. 

Unlawfulness of Toleration. 
Powell (Robeit), about 1599-1650. 

Parallell between Alfred and Charles I., 1634. 
Powell (Thomas), Wales, about 1573-1645. 

Arte of Thriving, 1635-36. 

Love's Leprosie, 1598. 

Passionate Poet (The), 1601. 

Tom of All Trades, 1631. 

Welch Bayte to spare P'-ovender, 1603. 

Wheresoever you see Mee Trust unto Yotir- 
selfe, 1623. (Against lending and borrow- 
ing-) 
Powell (W. Byrd), physiologist, born in Ken- 
tucky, U.S., 1799-1866. 

Natural History of Human Temperaments, 
1856. 
Powers (Hiram), sculptor, bom at Woodstock, 
in Vermont, U.S., 1805-1873. 

America (in the Crystal Palace at Sydenham) ; 
California; Eve,. 1838 (his first great 
work); The Greek Slave, 1839 (exhibited 
in the Crystal Palace 1851) ; La Penserosa ; 
Proserpine; The Young Fisherman, 1841. 
POWNALL (Thomas), antiquary, born at Lincoln, 
1722-1805. 

Administration of the British Colonies, 1765. 

Antiquarian Romance (An), 1795. 

Antiquities of the "Provincia Romana" of 
Gaul, 1788. 

Currents of the Atlantic (The), 1787. 

Study of Antiquities (The), 1782. 
Potnet (John), bishop of Winchester, 1514- 
1556. 

Defence for the Marriage of Priests, 1549. 

Politik Power, 1556. 

Ryght Use of the Lordes Supper, 1550. 
POYXTER, R.A. (Edward John), born in Paris, 
1836- 

Atalanta'8 Race, 1876; The Catapult, 1868; 
The Festival, 1875; The Fortune-teller, 
1877 ; The Golden Age, 1875 ; Helen, 1881 ; 
Israel in Egypt, 1867 ; More of More Hall 
and the Dragon, 1873; Perseus and Andro- 
meda, 1872; Rhodope, 1874; A Visit to 
Esculapius, 1880 ; Zenobia captive, 1873. 
Pbaed (Winthrop Mackworth), poet, London, 
1802-1839. 

Works, posthumous 1864. 
(Life, by D. Coleridge, 1864.) 
Peatt (The Ven. John Henry), mathematician, 
1809-1871. 

Scripture and Science not at Variance, 1856. 

Treatise on Attractions, etc., 1860. 
Pratt (Samuel Jackson), poet and novelist, bom 
at St. Ives, in Cornwall, 1749-1814. 

Apology for David Hume, 1777. 

Cabinet of Poetry, 1808. 

Emma Corbett (a novel), 1776. 

Fair Circassian (a tragedy). 

Family Secrets (a novel), 1797. 

Gleanings in England, 1796. 

Gleanings through Wales, Holland, etc., 1795. 



1296 PREKDERGASTV-PRIME. APPENDIX I. 



PRICKET — PRIME. 



S'; 



Landscapes in Verse. 

C. Xiberal Opinions (a n Dvel), 1775. i 
I Pupils of Pleasure (a novel), 177|. 
' Sympathy (a poem). 

Tears of Genius (a poem on Goldsmith), 1774. 

Translations of Goethe's Sorrows of Werther, 
1813. 
Peendftioast (John Patrick), born in Dublin, 
1807- 

Cromwellian Settlement of Ireland, 1865. 
Prescott (William Hickling), historian, born 
at Salem, U.S., 1796-1859. 

Biographical and Critical Essays, 1843. 

History of Ferdinand and Isabella, 1837. 

History of Philip II., King of Spain, 1855-59. 

History of the Conquest of Mexico, 1843. 

History of the Conquest of Peru, 1847. 
(His Life, by Ticknor, 1863.) 
Price (David), orientalist, *-1835. 

Essay towards the History of Arabia before 
the Birth of Mahomet, 1824. 
Preston (Thomas), dramatist, 1537-1598. 
*^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
PRESTWICH (Joseph), geologist, born at Clap- 
ham, near London, 1812- 

Conditions under which the Drift Deposits . . 
were accumulated, 1865. 

Geological Conditions affecting the Construc- 
tion of a Tunnel between England and 
France, 1874. 

Occurrence of Flint Implements . . . 1865. 

Past and Future of Geology (The), 1875. 
Price, D.D. (Richard), dissenting minister, born 
at Tynton, in Wales, 1723-1791. 

American Revolution (The), 1784. 

Civil Liberty, 1776. (60,000 copies sold in a 
few months.) 

Four Dissertations on Prayer, etc., 1766. 

Free Discussion on Materialism, 1778. 

Meeting after Death, etc., 1767. 

Miraculous Evidences of Christianity, 1776. 

Northampton Mortality Tables. 

Principal Questions, etc., in Morals, 1758. 

Treatise on Reversionary Payments, 1769. 
(His Life, by W. 51 organ, 1815.) 
Price (Rev. Thomas), born at Builth, in Wales, 
1787-1848. 

Hanes Cymru, 1836-42. 

Literary Remains, posthumous 1854-55. 
(His Life, by Jane Williams, 1854.) 
Price (Sir Uvedale), born at Foxley, in Here- 
fordshire, 1747-1829. 

Essay on the Modern Pronunciation of Greek 
and Latin, 1827. 

Essay on the Picturesque, 1794. 
Price (William), orientalist, 1780-1830. 

English Embassy to Persia, 1825. 

Grammar of Hindustani, 1828. 

Grammar of Hindustani, Persian, and Arabic, 
1823. 
Peichard, M.D. (James Cowles), ethnologist, 
born at Ross, in Herefordshire, 1785-1848. 

Analysis of Egyptian Mythology, 1819. 

Diseases of the Nervous System, 1822. 

Eastern Origin of ihe Celtic Nations, 1831. 

History of the Epidemic Fevers of 1817-1819 
which prevailed in Biistol, 1820. 

Natural History of Man, 1843. 

On Different Forms of Insanity, etc., 1842. 

Kesearches into the Physical History of Man- 
kind, 1813. (His first and best work.) 



Treatise on Insanity, 1834. 

Treatise on the Diseases of the Nervous Sys- 
tem, 1822. 
Pricket (Robert), poet, about 1570-1650. 

Honor's Fame in Triumph riding (in verse), 
1604. 

Newes from the King's Bath (in verse), 1645. 

Souldier's Resolution (A), in prose, 1603. 

Souldier's Wish unto . . . King ^ames (in 
verse), 1603. 

Time's Anatomie (in verse), 1606. 
Prideacx, D.D. (Humphrey), born at Padstow. 
in Cornwall, 1648-1724. 

Connection of the History of the Old and New 
Testament, 1715-18. (His chief work.) 

Ecclesiastical Tracts, 1716. 

Life of Mahomet, 1697. 

Marmora Oxoniensia et Arundellianis, 1676 

Origin and Right of Tithes, 1710. 
Priestley, LL.D. (Joseph), natural philosophe 
and theologian, born at Fieldhead, near 
Leeds, in Yorkshire, 1733-1804. 

Answer to Paine's Age of Reason, 1795. 

Autobiography, 1795. 

Chart of Biography, 1765. 

Comparison of the Institutes of Moses and 
those of other Ancient Nations, 1799. 

Correspondence, posthumous 1818. 

Discourses of the Evidences of Revealed Re- 
ligion, 1794. 

Disquisition on Matter and Spirit, 1777. 

Doctrine of Philosophical Necessity (affirma- 
tive), 1777. 

Doctrines of Heathen Philosophers compared 
with those of Revelation, 1804, 

Experiments, etc., on Air, 1774-79. (His 
great work.) 

General History of the Christian Church, 
1790-1803. 

Harmony of the Evangelists, 1777. 

History of the Corruptions of Christianity, 
1782. 

History of the Early Opinions concerning 
Christ, 1786. 

History of the Present State of Electricity, 
1767. 

History of the Present State of Vision, Light, 
and Colour, 1772. 

Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion, 
]772. 

Lectures on History, etc., 1788. 

Lectures on Oratory and Criticism, 1777. 

Lectures on the Theory of Language, etc., 
1762. 

Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever, 1780. 

Notes on all the Books of Scripture, 1803. 

Rudiments of I^nglish Grammar, 1769. 

Scripture Doctrine of Remission, 1761. 

Theological Repository, 1769-88. 

Theory of Language, etc., 1762. 
(His Life, by J. Corry, 1805 ; by self and 

his son, 1806-7 ; by J. T. Rutt, 1824.) 
Prime (Rev. John), contemporary with queen 
Elizabeth. 

Exposition of the Epistle to the Galathians, 
1587. 

Nature and Grace, 1583. 

Queen Elizabeth and King Solomon com- 
pared, 1585. 

Sacraments of Baptism and the Supper (The), 
1582. 



i'KINCB — PUGIN. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



PROUT — PUGIN. 



1297 



Princb (John), antiquary, born at Axminster, 
m Devonshire, 1643-1723. 

Worthies of Devonshire, 1701. 
Pbingle, M.D. (Sir John), Scotland, 1707-1782, 

Diseases of the Army, 1752. 

Six Discourses, 1783. (Much admired.") 
(His Life, by Andrew Kippis, D.D., 1783.) 
Pbingle (Thomas), poet, born in Teviotdale, 
Scotland, 1789-1834. 

African Sketches, 1834. 

Ephemerides, 1828. 

Narrative of a Residence in South Africa, 
1835. 

Scenes of Teviotdale, 1816. 
(His Life, by L. Ritchie, 1839.) 
Priok (Sir James), surgeon, 1790-1869. 

Life of Edmund Burke. 1824. 

Life of Oliver Goldsmith, 1837. 
Prior (Matthew), poet, born at Wimbome, in 
Dorsetshire, 1664-1721. 

Alma (in three cantos), 1717. 

Carmen Seculare, 1700. 

City and Country Mouse, 1688. (Tn ridicule 
of Dryden's Hind and Panther.) 

Solomon (in three books), 1718. 
(His Life, by Dr. Johnson; J. Mitford, 

1835 ; Geo. Gilfillan, 1857.) 
Procter (Adelaide Anne), poetess, 1835-1864. 

Chaplet of Verse, 1862. 

Legends and Lyrics, 1858, 1861. 
(Memoir, by C. Dickens, 1866.) 
Procter (Bryan Waller), poet, pseudonym 
" Barry Cornwall," London, 1790-1874. 

Autobiography, posthumous 1877. 

Biography of Kean, 1835. 

Biography of Lamb, 1836. 

Dramatic Scenes, 1819. 

Effigies Poeiicae, 1832. 

Essays and Tales (in prose), 1851. 

Flood of Thessaly (The), 1822. 

Marcian Colonna, 1820. 

Mirandola (a play), 1821. 

Sicilian Story (A), 1820. 
(His Memoirs, by Miss Martineau, 1872.) 
Pbttchard (Andrew), microscopist, *- 

History of Infusoria, Living and Fossil, 
1841. 

List of Patents and Inventions, 1844.. 

Micrographia, 1837. 

Microscopic Illustrations, 1840. 

Natural History of Animalcules, 1834. 

Notes on Natural History, 1844. 
Proctor (Richard Anthony), astronomer, born 
at Chelsea, 1837- 

Borderland of Science, 1873. 

Constellation Seasons . . . 1867. 

Cycloidal Curves in . . . the Motions of Planets, 
etc., 1878. 

Easy Star Lessons, 1881. 

Elementary Astronomy, 1871. 

Essays on Astronomy, 1872. 

Expanse of Heaven (The), 1873. 

Familiar Science Studies, 1882. 

Gnomonic Star Atlas (The), 1866. 

Half-hours with the Stars, 1869. 

Half-hours with the Telescope, 1868 

Handbook of the Stars (The), 1866 

Light Science . . . 1871, 1873. 

Moon (The), 1873. 

Myths and Marvels of Astronomy, 1877 

Orbs Aroun-J Us (The), 1872. 



Other Worlds than Ours, 1870. 
Our Place among Infinities. 
I'leasant Ways in Science, 1878. 
Rough Ways made Smooth, 1879. 
Saturn and its System, 1865. 
Sun (The), 1871. 
Sun- Views of the Earth, 1867. 
Transits of Venus, 1874. 
Universe (The) and Coming Transits, 1874. 
Wages and Wants of Science Workers, 1876. 
Prodt, M.D. (William), chemist, 1786-1850. 
Chemistry and Meteorology (a Bridgewater 

treatise), 1834. 
On the Nature and Treatment of Stomach 

and Renal Diseases, 1840. 
Prtme {GeorgeX political economist, 1781-1868. 
Autobiographic Recollections, posthumous 

1870. 
Introductory Lecture, etc., to . . . Political 

Economy, 1823. 
Prtnne (William), political writer, bom at 

Swainswick, in Somersetshire, 1600-1669. 
Antipathic of the English Lordly Prelacie to 

Regall Monarchy and Civill Unity, 1641. 
God's Judgments on Sabbath-Breakers, 1636. 
History of Archbishop Laud, 1644. 
Histrio-mastix, or Scourge for Stage-Players, 

1633. (For which he was sentenced to 

imprisonment for life.) 
Lame Giles, etc., 1630. 
Lives of John, Henry III., and Edward I. 

(Third vol. of Prynne's " Records.") 
Newes from Ipswich, 1637. (Against the 

bishops, for which he was pilloried, and lost 

both his ears.) 
Pleasant Purge for a Roman Catholic, 1642. 
Pride's Purge, 1648. 
Records of the Tower, etc., 1666-68. (By far 

his most valuable production.) 
PuGHE (Dr. William Owen), of Walea, 175»- 

1835. 
Cambrian Register, 1796-1818. 
Myvyrian Archaeology of Wales, 1801-7. 
Translation of Paradise Lost into Welsh, 

1819. 
PuGiN (Augustus Northmore Welby), architect, 

London, 1811-1852. 
Ancient Timber Houses, 1836. 
Architectural Illustrations of the Public 

Buildings of London, 1827. 
Chancel Screens and Rood Lofls, 1848. 
Contrasts (Between Mediaeval and Present 

Buildings), 1841. 
Designs for Floriated Ornaments, 1849, 
Examples of Gothic Architecture, 1831-38. 
Glossary of Ecclesiastical Ornaments, 1844. 
Gold and Silver Ornament and Costume, 1846. 
Gothic Furniture (15th century), 1836. 
Gothic Ornaments . . . from Ancient Build- 
ings, 1831. 
Iron and Brass Work Designs, 1836. 
Ornamental Timber Gables (16th century), 

1831. 
Paris and its Environs (200 views), 1829-31. 
Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture^ 

1842. 
Specimens of Gothic Architecture, 1821-23. 
Specimens of the Architectural Antiquities of 
- Normandy, 1828. 

True Principles of Pointed or Christian Archi- 
tecture, 1843. 

4o 



1298 PULTENEY— QUINCY. 



APPENDIX I. 



PYE — QUINGY. 



PuLTENET, M.D. (Richard), botanist, born at 

Loughborough, in Leicestershire, 1730- 

1801. 
General Vifv of the Writings of Linnseus, 

1782. 
Historical and 'Biographical Sketches of the 
Progress of t^ntany in England, 1790. 

(His Life, by Maion.) 
PULTOGK (Robert), about 1720-1765. 
Life and Adventures of Peter "Wilkins (a 

romance), 1750. 
PoNCH, the comic weekly paper that doth 

"cleanse the foul body of the infected 

world," was started 1841. 
PuKCELL (Henry), musical composer, born at 

Westminster, 1658-1695. 
Collection of Ayres, posthumous 1697. 
Dido and ^neas (a cantata), 1680. 
Ode for St. Cecilia's Day, 1683. 
Orpheus Britannicus, posthumous 1697. 
Sonatas (12), 1683. 
Te Deum and Jubilate, 1697. 
Pdkchas (Rev. Samuel), born at Thaxted, in 

Essex, 1577-1628. 
Haklytus Posthumus, or Purchas his Pil- 

grimmes, 1625-26. 
King's Tower, etc., of London (The), 1623. 
Microcosmus, or the Historie of Man, 1619. 
Purchas his Pilgrimage, etc., 1613. 
PosET, D.D. (Edward Bouverie), 1800- 
Advice on hearing Confession, 1878. 
Cburch of England a Portion of Christ's One 

Holy Catholic Church (The), 1865. 
Coloniarum apud Graecos atque Romanes 

inter se Comparatio, 1824. 
Daniel the Prophet, 1864. 
Doctrine of the Real Presence vindicated, 

1855. 
Everlasting Punishment, 1864. 
History of the Councils of the Church, 1857. 
Holy Eucharist (The), 1843. (For this sermon 

he was suspended for three years.) 
Minor Prophets (The), 1862-67. 
Real Presence, etc., 1855. 
Remarks on Cathedral Institutions, 1845. 
Royal Supremacy, etc., 1850. 
Sermons (Parochial), 1880. 
Sermons (University), 1859, 1872. 
Tracts for the Times (Nos. 18, 66, 67, 69), 

1835. 
Unscience, not Science, adverse to Faith, 

1878. 
Pdttenham (George), 16th century. 
Arte of English Poesie, 1589. 
Partheniades, 1579. 

(Memoir, by Hazlewood, 1811.) 
Ptoroft (Rev. James), 1813- 

Agony Point, 1861. (Warning against living 

at " Agony Point " from debt or other diffi- 
culties.) 
Collegian's Guide, 1845. 
Dragon's Teeth, 1863. (Sown by bad educa- 
tion.) 
Elkerton Rectory (a tale), 1860. 
Greek Grammar Practice, 1844. 
Latin Grammar Practice, 1844. 
Recollections of College Life, 1845. 
Remarks on School Education, 1842. 
Student's Guide to University Honours, 1842. 
Twenty Years in the Church (a tale), 1859. 
Wavs and Works of Men of Letters, 1860 



Pye, LL.D. (Henry James), poet laureate, Lon- 
don, 1745-1813. 
Alfred (an epic poem in six books), 1801. 
Commentary illustrating the Foetics of Ari- 
stotle, 1792. 
Comments, etc., on Shakespeare, posthumous 

1807. 
Progress of Refinement, 1783. 
Shooting, 1784. 
Pyne (William Henry), pseudonym "Ephraim 
Hardcastle," London, 1770-1843. 
History of Royal Residences, 1819. 
Microcosm, 1803-6. 
Wine and Walnuts, 1823. 

QuARLES (Francis), poet, born near Romford, In 

Essex, 1592-1644. 
Alphabet of Elegies (The), 1625. (On Dr. 

Aylmer.) 
Argalus and Parthenia (a pastoral romance 

in three books), 1621. 
Barnabas and Boanerges, 1646. 
Divine Fancies, 1632. 
Divine Poems, 1630. 

Emblems, etc., 1635. (His best-known work.) 
Enchiridion of Meditations, 1652. 
Feast of Wormes (a history of Jonah), 1620. 
Hadassa (a history of queen Esther), 1621. 
Hieroglyphikes of the Life of Man, etc., 1638. 
History of Argalus and Parthenia, 1621. 
History of Sainson, 1631. 
Job Militant, 1624. 

Loyal Convert (The), posthumous 1644. 
Pentalogia,.or Quintessence of Meditation, 1620. 
Shepherd's Oracles (The), posthumous 1644. 
Sion's Elegies (the Lamentations of Jere- 
miah), 1624. 
Sion's Sonnets (Solomon's Song), 1625. 
Virgin Widow (a comedy), posthumous 1649. 

(His Life, by R. A. VVillmott, 1835.) 
Quarles (John), poet, son of Francis Quarles, 

1624-1665. 
Argalus and Parthenia continued, 1659. (See 

above.) 
Banishment of Tarquin (sequel to "The Rape 

of Lucrece), 1655. 
Divine Meditations, 1655. 
Fons Lachrymarum, 1648. (Jeremiah para- 
phrased. See above, "Sion's Elegies.") 
Poems, 1648. 

Regale Lectum Miseriae, 1648. 
Triumphant Chastity, 1684. (Joseph.) 
Quarterly Review (The), Tory in politics, 

started 1809. 
Qdincey (Thomas de), born at Manchester, 

1785-1859. 
Autobiography, 1853. 
Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, 1821, 

1822. (His best-known work.) 
Logic of Political Economy, 1844. 
Works (in 20 volumes), 1856-60. 

(His Life, by Dr. R. S. Mackenzie, U.S., 
1855 ; Miss Martineau, 1872 ; Page, 1877.) 
QtJiNCT, M.D. (John), London, *-1723. 
Lexicon Physiomcdicum, 1719. 
PharmacopEeia, posthumous 1733. 
QtriNCY (Josiah), born at Boston, U.S., 1744- 

1775. 
Observations on Boston Port Bill, 1774. 

(fiis Memoirs, by Josiah Quincy. 1826 ; aes 
below.) 



QUINCY — RA-VVLINSON. 



BTT5IJ0GRAPHICAL. ramsay— rawlinson. 1299 



QprNCT(Josiah),bornat Boston, U.S., 1772-1864. 
Essays on the Soiling of Cattle, 1859. 
History of the Boston Athenaeum, 1851. 
History of Harvard University, 1840. 
Life of John Quincy Adams, 1858. 
Memoir of Josiah Quincy, Junior, 1825. 
Muuicipal History of Boston. 1852. 

Radcliffe (Mrs.), maiden name Ann Ward, 
novelist, born in London, 1764-1823. 

Castles of Athlin and Dunbayne, 1789. 

Gaston de Bondeville, 1826. 

Italian (The), a romance, 1797. (Copyright 
£800.) 

Journey through Holland, 1795. 

Mysteries of Udolpho (The), 1794. (Her best 
novel ; copyright £500.) 

Poems, 1834. 

Romance of the Forest (The), 1791. (I prefer 
this to the " Udolpho.") 

Sicilian Romance (A), 1790. 
Raffles (Sir Thomas Stamford), naturalist, 
born in Jamaica, 1781-1826. 

History of Java, 1817. (Excellent.) 
Eago (Rev. Thomas), jwef, born at Nottingham, 
1808- 

Creation's Testimony to its Author, 1855. 

Deity (The), a poem, 1834. (Of which the 
" Incarnation " forms a part.) 

Heber, and other Poems, 1840. 

Incarnation (The), and other Poems, 1833. 

Lays from the Prophets, 1841. 

Lyrics from the Pentateuch, 1837. 

Man's Dreams and God's Realities, 1858. 

Martyr of Verulam (The), and other Poems, 
1835. 

Scenes and Sketches, 1847. 
Raxeigh (Sir Walter), born at Budleigh Salter- 
ton, in Devonshire, 1552-1618. (He him- 
self spelt his name Ralegh.) 

Discovery of . . . Guiana, 1595. 

History of the World, 1614, 

Poems, posthumous 1813. 
(His Life, by Whitehead ; Oldys, 1738 ; 

Birch, in Biographical Sketches, 1748-52 ; Cay- 
ley, 1805 ; Mrs. A. T. Thomson, 1830 ; P. F. 

Tytler, 1833 ; C. Whitehead, 1854 ; Macvey 

Napier, 1857 ; St. John, 1868 ; Edwards, 1870.) 
Ralston (William Ralston), 1829- 

Early History of Russia (The), 1874. 

Kriloff and his Fables, 1869. 

Nest of Gentle Ml en (A), 1869. 

Russian Folk Tales, 1873. 

Songs Illustrative of Slavonic Mythology, 
etc., 1872. 
Eamsay (Allan), poet, bom at Leadhills, La- 
narkshire, in Scotland, 1686 1758. 

Evergreen (The), a collection of songs, 1724. 

Fables (30), 1730. 

Fables and Tales, 1722. 

Fair Assembly, 1723. 

Gentle vShepherd (a pastoral), 1725. (The best 
in either the Scotch or English language.) 

Health (a poem), 1724. 

Monk and the Miller (The), 1723. 

Poems, 1721, 1728, 1731. 

Scots Proverbs, 1736. 

Tartana, or the Plaid, 1721. 

Tea-table Miscellany (a collection of songs), 
1724, 1725, 1727, 1740. 
(His Life, by G. Chalmers, 1800.) 



Ramsat, LL.D. (Andrew Crombie), geologist, 

1814- 
Qeology of Arran, 1858. 
Geology of North Wales, 1858. 
Old Glaciers of North Wales and Switzerland, 

1860. 
Physical Geology, etc., of Great Britain, 1878. 
Ramsay (Andrew Michael), called " Le Cheva- 
lier Ramsay," born at Ayr, in Scotland, 

1686-1743. 
Essai de Politique, 1719. 
Histoire de la Vie de F^nelon, 1723. 
Histoire de la "Vie de Turenne, 1735. 
Voyages de Cyrus, 1727. 
Ramsay, M.D. (David), historian, born in 

Pennsylvania, 1749-1815. 
History of the American Revolution, 1790. 
History of the Revolution of South Carolina, 

1785. 
History of the United States, 1817. 
Universal History Americanized, 1819. 
Ramsay, LL.D. (The Very Rev. Edward Ban- 

nerman), born at Aberdeen, in Scotland, 

1793-1872. 
Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character, 
1858. 

(Memoir, by C. Rogers, 1873 ; Cosmo Imies, 
1874. 
Ramsay (William), 1806-1865. 
Manual of Latin Prosody, 1859. 
Manual of Roman Antiquities, 1848. 
Randolph (Rev. Thomas), dramatist and poet, 

born in Northamptonshire, 1605-1635. 
Amyntas, or the Impossible Dowry (a pastoral), 

posthumous 1638. 
Aristippus, or the Jovial Philosopher (a 

comedy), 1630. 
Cornelianum Dolium, posthumous 1638. 
Hey for Honesty (a comedy), posthumous 1638. 
Jealous Lovers (a comedy), 1629. 
Muses' Looking-glass (The), a comedy, post- 
humous 1638. 
Poems, posthumous 1638. 
Rankine (William John Macquom), 1802-1872. 

Civil Engineering, 1862. 
Rastall (John), *-1536. 
Boke of Purgatorye, 1530. 
Existens of God (The), 1530. 
Pastyme of the People, 1529. 
•Rastall (William), London, 1508-1565. 

Collection of Statutes in Force and Use, 1557. 
Ravensckoft (Thomas), musical composer, 

1592-1640. 
Brief Discourse (part-songs), 1614. 
Deuteromelia, 1609. 
Melismata, 1611. 

Musical Phansies (23 part-songs), 1611. 
Whole Book of Psalms, 1621. 
Rawlins (Thomas), dramatic author, 1610-1670. 
Calanthe (a volume of poems), 1648. 
Rebellion (The), a tragedy, 1640. 
Tom Essence, or the Modish Wife (a comedy), 

1677. 
Tunbridge Wells (a comedy), 1678. 
Rawlisson (Rev. George), born at Chadlington, 

in Oxfordshire, brother of sir Henry, 1815- 
Christianity and Heathenism contrasted, 1861. 
Five Great Monarchies of the Ancient WorhJ 

(The), 1862, 1864. 
Historic Evidences of the Truth of Christian 

Records (a Bampton Lecture), 1860. 



1300 RAWLINSON — BEDGRAVE. APPENDIX 1. 



B£AD£ — REDGKAVE. 



History of Ancient Egypt, 1881. 
History of Herodotus, 1858-60. 
History, etc., of the Sassaiiian Empire, 1876. 
Manual of Ancient History (A), 1869. 
Rawlinson (Sir Henry Creswicke), born at 

Chadlington, in Oxfordshire, 1810- 
Memorandum on the Publication of Cunei- 
form Inscriptions. 
Outline of the History of Assyria, 1852. 
Rawlinson, LL.D. (Richard), topographical 

antiquary, 1700-1755. 
Chief Historians of all Nations and their 

Works, 1728-30. 
English Topographer (The), 1720. 
History and Antiquities of Hereford, 1747. 
Rat (Rev. John), naturalist, born at Black 

Notley, in Essex, 1628-1705. 
Catalogus Plantarum Anglic, 1670. 
Catalogus Plantarum circa Cantabrigiam 

Nascentium, 1660; supplements, 1663, 1685. 
Collection of Proverbs, 1672. (Now his best- 
known work.) 
Historia Piscium, 1686. 
Historia Plantarum, 1686-1704. 
Methodus Plantarum Nova, 1682. 
Omithologia, 1676. (This was from Wil- 

loughby's MS.) 
Pbysico-Theological Discourses on Chaos, the 

Deluge, and the Dissolution of the World, 

1693. 
Synopsis Methodica Animalium, 1693. 
Synopsis Methodica Stirpium Britannicarum, 

1690. 
Wisdom . . . manifested in Creation (The), 
1691. 

(His Life, by W. Derham, 1760.) 
Reach (Angus Bethune), novelist, etc., 1821- 

1856. 
Claret and Olives, etc., 1852. 
Clement Lorimer, 1848. 
Leonard Lindsay, 1850. 
Natural History of Bores, 1854. 
Read (Thomas Buchanan), poet, bom in Chester, 

Pennsylvania, U.S., 1822- 
House by the Sea (The), a poem, 1856. 
Lays and Ballads, 1848. 
New Pastoral (The), 1855. 
Reade, D.C.L. (Charles), novelist and play- 
writer, 1814- 
Autobiography of a Thief, 1858. 
Christie Johnstone (a novel), 1853. 
Cloister and the Hearth (The), a novel, 

1861. 
Course of True Love never did run Smooth 

(a tale), 1857. 
Drink (a melodrama), 1879. 
Foul Play (a play), 1868. (With Boucicault.) 
Gold (a play), 1850. 
Griffith Gaunt (a novel), 1866. 
Hard Cash, 1863. 
Hero and Martyr (A), 1876. 
Jack of All Trades (a novel), 1858. 
King's Rivals (The), a play, 1854. 
Love me Little, Love me Long (a novel), 

1859. 
Masks and Faces (a play), 1854. (With T. 

Taylor.) 
Never too Late to Mend, 1856. (His best 

novel, dramatized by himself.) 
Peg Woffington, 1852. 
Put Yourself in His Plat'* (a novel), 1870. 



Scuttled Ship (The), a play, 1877. 

Simpleton (A), a novel, 1873. 

Terrible Temptation (A), a novel, 1871. 

Two Loves and a I^ife (a play), 1854. 

Wandering Heir (The), a play, 1875. 

White Lies, 1860. 

Woman-hater (A), a novel, 1877. 
Reade (John Edmund), poet, born at Broadwell, 
in Gloucestershire, 1806-1870. 

Broken Heart (The), and other Poems, 1825. 

Cain, the Wanderer, 1830. 

Catiline, 1839. 

Italy, 1J538. 

Laureate Wreath (The), 18R3. 

Man in Paradise, 1856. 

Memnon, 1851. 

Poetical Works, 1865. 

Revelations of Life, 1849. 

Revolt of the Angels (The), 1830. 

Vision of the Ancient Kings (The), 1841. 
Recorde, M.D. (Robert), mathematician, born 
at Tenby, in Wales, 1500-1558. 

Castle of Knowledge (spherical trigonometry), 
1551. 

Grounde of Artes (arithmetic, etc.), 1549. 

Pathway to Knowledge (geometry), 1551. 

Urinal of Physicke (in dialogue), 1548. 

Whetstone of Witte (treatise on algebra), 
1557. 
(He invented the symbol =, meaning 

" equal to.") 
Redden (Laura C), American authoress, *- 

Idylls of Battle and Poems of the Rebellion, 
1864. 

Notable Men of the Thirty-seventh Congress, 
1862. 
Redding (Cyrus), bom at Penrhyn, in Wales, 
1785-1870. 

Gabrielle (a Swiss tale), 1829. 

History of Shipwrecks, etc., 1833. 

Keeping up Appearances (a novel), 1860. 

Modern Wines, 1833. 

Mount Edgecumbe (a poem), 1812. 

Remarkable Misers. 

Retirement, and other Poems, 1810. 

Velasco, or Memoirs of a Page, 1846. 

Wife and not a Wife (A), 

Yesterday and To-Day. 
*^* And 30 ether books, with scores of 

pamphlets, etc. 
Redgrave, R.A. (Richard), bom at Pimlico, 
near London, 1804- 

The Attiring of Griselda, 1850 ; Calling Sheep 
to Fold, 1876; The Castle-builder, 1841; 
Country Cousins, 1848; Deserted, 1877; 
The Evelyn Woods, 1850 ; Fashion's Slaves, 
1848 ; The Flight into Egypt, 1851 ; The 
Forest Portal, 1853 ; Friday Street, Wotton, 
1878 ; The Governess, 1845 ; Gulliver on 
the Farmer's Table (his first exhibit), 1836 ; 
Happy Sheep, 1847 ; The Heu" come of 
Age, 1878; Help at Hand, 1877; Hidden 
among the Hills, 1881; The Mill-pool, 
1875 ; The Moor-hen's Haunt, 1847 ; The 
Oak of the Mill-head, 1876; An Old English 
' Homestead, 1854 ; Olivia's Return to her 
Parents, 1839 ; The Poet's Study, 1851 ; The 
Poor Teacher, 1843; Quintin Matsys, 1839; 
The Reduced Gentleman's Daughter, 1840 ; 
The Sempstress, 1844 ; Sermons in Stones, 
1874 ; The Solitary Pool, 1849; Spring (the 



REED — REYKOLDS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



REID — REYNOLDS. 



1301 



Trout's dark haunt), 1848 ; Starting for a 
Holiday, 1875; Startling Foresters, 1874; 
Sunday Morning, 1846; To Market below 
the Hill, 1876; Tranquil Waters, 1874; 
Wandered away, 1880; The ^Vedding 
Morn (departure), 1844; A Well-Spring iu 
the Forest, 1877 ; The Woodland Mirror, 
1852 ; The Wreck of the Forest, 1875. 

Also, with his brother, S. Redgrave, " A Cen- 
tury of Painters," 1864. (From Hogarth 
to the international gathering.) 
Rekd, D.D. (Andrew), Independent minister, 
London, 1787-1862. 

No Fiction (a religious novel), 1819. 
(His Life, by A. and C. Reed, 1863.) 
Reed (Isaac), London, 1742-1807. 

Biographia Dramatica, 1782. 

Repository, 1777-83. 
Rees, D.D. (Abraham), Unitarian minister, of 
Wales, 1743-1825, 

Cyclopsedia (in 85 parts), 1803-19. 
Reeve (Clara), novelist, born at Ipswich, 1738- 
1803. 

Memoirs of Sir Roger de Clarendon. 

Old English Baron (a Gothic tale), 1777. 

Phoenix (The), 1772. (A translation of the 
Argenis, a romance in Latin by Barclay.) 

Poems, 1769. 

Progress of Romance (in dialogue), 1785. 
Rerve (Ijovell Augustus), naturalist,1808-l865. 

Oonchologia Icouica, 1843 et seq. 

tnitiamenta Conchologica, 1846-60. 
Ekevks (John), 1752-1829. 

History of English Law, 1783-84. (Valuable.) 

History of the Law of Shipping and Naviga- 
tion, 1792. 

Proposal of a " Bible Society " on a New Plan, 
1805. 
Reid (Mayne), novelist, bom in Ulster, Ireland, 
1818- 

Afloat in the Forest, 1866. 

Boy Hunters (The), 1852. 

Bruin, or the Grand Bear Hunt, 1860. 

Bush Boys (The), 1855. 

Castaways (The), 1870. 

Child Wife (The), 1868. 

Cliff Climbers (The), 1864. 

Croquet, 1863. 

Death Shot (The), 1873. 

Desert Home, or the Family Robinson, 1851. 

Fatal Cord (The), a tale, 1870. 

Finger of Fate (The), 1872. 

Flag of Distress (The), 1876. 

Forest Exiles (The), 1854. 

Giraffe Hunters (The), 1867. 

Guerillu Chief (The), 1867. 

Gwen Wynn (a romance), 1877. 

Headless Horseman (The). 1865. 

Hunter's Feast (The), a novel, 1860. 

Maroon (The), a novel, 1862. 

Mountain Marriage (The), 1876. 

Ocean Waifs, 1864. 

Oceola (a novel), 1859. 

Plant Hunters (The), 1857. 

Quadroon (The), a novel, 1856. 

Quadrupeds : what they arc, and where found, 
1867. 

Ran Away to Sp&, 1861. 

Rifle Rangers (The), 1»49. 

Scalp Hunters (The), 1850. 

Tiger Hunters (The), 1860. 



War Trail (The), 1858. 

White Chief (The), 1855. 

White Gauntlet (a romance), 1864. 

White Squaw (The), 1870. 

Wild Huntress (The), 1861. 

Wood Rangers (The), a novel, 1860. 

Yellow Chief (The), 1870. 

Young Voyageurs (The), 1853. 

Young Yagers (The), 1856. 
Reid, D.D. (Thomas), metaphysician, born at 
Strachan, in Scotland, 1710-1796. 

Active Powers of the Human Mind (The), 1788. 

Essay on Quantity, 1745. 

Intellectual Powers of Man (The), 1785. 

Inquiry into the Human Mind, etc., 1764, 

Logics of Aristotle, etc., 1773. 
(His Life, by Dugald Stewart, 1803.) 
Reid (Sir William), natural philosopher, Scot- 
land, 1791-1858. 

Law of Storms, 1838. (His chief work.) 

Progress of the Development of the Law of 
Storms, 1849. 
Rennel (James), geographer, born near Chud- 
leigh, in Devonshire, 1742-1830. 

Atlas of Bengal, 1781. 

Chart of the Bank and Currents of Cape 
Agulhas, 1768. 

Comparative Geography of Western Asia, 
posthumous 1831. 

Geographical System of Herodotus, etc., 1800. 
(Of unrivalled merit.) 

Illustrations, chiefly Geographical, of the Ex 
pedition of Cyrus, and the Retreat, 1816. 

Investigation of the Currents of the Atlantic 
Ocean, etc., posthumous 1832. 

Map of Hindustan, 1788. (Excellent.) 

Memoir of the Geography of Africa, 1792. 

Topography of the Plain of Troy (The), 1814. 
Renwick, LL.D. (James), New York, U.S., 
1792-1863. 

American Biography. 

Memoir of De Witt Clinton, 1834. 

Outlines of Geology, 1838. 

Outlines of Natural Philosophy, 1832. 

Treatise on the Steam-Engine, 18-10^1. 
Repton (Humphrey), lamdscape gardener, born 
at Bury St. Edmunds, 1752-1818. 

Fragments on the Theory ... of Landscape 
Gardening, 1816. 

Sketches and Hints on Landscape Gardening, 
1795. 

Theory and Practice of Landscape Gardening 
1803. 
Reynolds (Frederick), dramatic author, 1765* 
1841. 
%* For his plays, see Appendix III, 
(His Life, by himself, 1826.) 
Reynolds (Rev. James), orientalist, 1803- 

History of Jerusalem (from the Arabic), 1837. 

Kitab-i-Yamini (from the Persian), 1859, 
Reynolds (Sir Joshua), painter, born at Plymp- 
ton, near Plymouth, 1723-1792. 

An Angel, representing a daughter of lord 
Gordon ; Ariadne ; A Bacchante ; The Beg- 
gar Boy; The Bird; The Blackguard Mer- 
cury; The Boy laughing; The Calling of 
Samuel; The Careful Shepherdess; A Cap • 
tiin of Banditti ; The Cardinal Virtues ; A 
Child Asleep ; A Child with its Guardian 
Angels ; Chfldren in the Wood ; Cleopatra 
dissolving the Pearl; Cornelia and her Ctli- 



1302 RHYMEK— RICHARDSOX. APPENDIX I. 



R I CH — RICHARDSON. 



dren ; Cottagers from Thomson's Seasons ; 
Count Ugolino, 1770-73; The Covent Gar- 
den Cupid; Cupid in the Clouds; Cupid 
sleeping ; Cupids painting ; Death of Car- 
dinal Beaufort ; Death of Dido ; Dionysius 
the Areopagite ; The Duchess of Manchester, 
as Diana; Edwin, the Minstrel Boy; Gar- 
rick, as Kitely ; Garrick between Tragedy 
and Comedy, 1762; A Gipsy telling For- 
tunes ; The Holy Family, 17«2 ; Hope 
nursing Love; Infant Hercules strangling 
the Serpent, 1786 ; Infant Jupiter ; Lady 
Blake, as Juno; A head of Lear; Love 
loosing the Zone of Beauty ; Master Crewe, 
as Henry VI II. ; Master Herbert, as Bacchus ; 
Macbeth with the Witches ; A head of the 
Madonna ; Melancholy ; Miss Beauclerc, as 
Una; Miss Meyer, as Hebe; Mrs. Abing- 
don, as Comedy, 1764; Mrs. Sheridan, as 
St. Cecilia; Mrs. Siddons, as the Tragic 
Muse, 1784 ; Mrs. Talmash, as Miranda ; 
The Mousetrap Girl; The Nativity, 1779 
(burnt at Belvoir, 1816) ; An Old Man 
reading; Resignation; Robin Goodfellovv; 
Samuel praying (a portrait of a little boy) ; 
St. Agnes (a portrait of a lady) ; The Stu- 
dious Boy ; Thais ; Venus ; Venus chasten- 
ing Cupid for learning to cast Accounts; 
The Vestal; View of the Thames from 
Richmond, 1784 (his only landscape). 

Portraits of Charles James Fox, 1791 (his last 
work); Garrick, 1759, 1776; Goldsmith, 
1770 ; Dr. Johnson, 1756 ; Kittie Fisher, 
1758; Commodore Keppel, 1753; Lord Li- 
gonier, 1760 ; the Marlborough family, 
1777; Mrs. Robinson [Perdita], 1782; T. 
Sheridan, 1789 ; Sterne, 1761 ; Colonel Tar- 
leton, 1782 ; the Ladies Waldegrave, 1781. 
Books. 

Discourses (15) on Painting, 1771. 

Notes of a Tour Through Flanders, 1781. 
(His Life, by Malone, 1794; Northcote, 

1813; Farrington, 1819; Cunningham, 1854; 

Cotton, 1856 ; C. R. Leslie, 1863.) 
Rktmer (Thomas the), the earliest poet of 
Scotland (his son calls him "Thomas 
Rymour de Erclldon "). Real name, Thomas 
Learmouth. Born in Tweeddale, Scotland, 
about 1240-1298. 

Prophecies of the Rhymer, first published 1603. 

Sir Tristrem, edited by sir W. Scott, 1804. 
EiOAKDO (David), economist, London, 1772-1823. 

High Price of Bullion a Proof of the Depre- 
ciation of Bank Notes, 1809. 

On Pi-otection to Agriculture, 1822. 

On the Influence of a Low Price of Corn, etc., 
1815. 

Plan for ... a National Bank, 1824. 

Principles of Political Economy, etc., 1817. 

Proposals for an Economical and Sectire Cur- 
rency, 1816. 
(His Life, by MacCuUoch, 1846.) 
RiCARDO (Joseph Lewis), publicist, 1812-1862. 

Anatomy of Navigation Laws, 18S7. 
Rich (Barnaby), about 1540-1622. 

Adventures of Brusanus, Prince of Hungary, 
1592. 

Adventures of Simonides, 1581, 1584, 

Allarme to England, 1578. 

Conference between Tady MacMarcall and 
Patricfee PUlne, 1602 



Dialogue between Mercury and an English 

Souldier, 1574. 
Excellencie of Good Women, 1613. 
Farewell to the Militarie Profession, 1606. 
Faultes and Nothing Else but Faultes, 1606. 

1609. 
Fruites of Long Experience, 1604. 
Ingins, etc., to catch Opinion, 1613. 
Irish Hubbub (The), 1619. 
Looking Glasse for Ireland, 1599. 
My Ladies Looking Glasse, 1616. 
Pathway to Militarie Practise, 1587. 
Short Survey of Ireland, 1609. 
World never Honest till Now (The), 1614. 
Rich (Claudius James), traveller, born in 

France, 1787-1821. 
Memoir on the Ruins of Babylon, 1811, 1818. 
Narrative of a Residence in Kurdistan, post- 
humous 1839. 
Richard de Burt, bishop of Durham, 1281-1345. 
Philobiblori, 1345 ; first printed 1473. 

(His Life, by E. Foss, in The Judges of 
England, 1848-64.) 
Richard of Cirencester, chronicler, bom at 

Cirencester, in Gloucestershire, 1325 ?-1402. 
De Situ Britanniae, 1355 ; first printed 1757. 
Historia ab Hengista ad Annum, 1348. 
Liber de OfiBciis Ecclesiasticis. 
Tractatus super Symbolum Majus et Minus. 

(His Life, by Hatchard.) 
Richard op Devizes, in Wiltshire, chronicler, 

12th century. 
Chronicle, translated and edited by Dr. Giles, 

1841, 
Richards (Alfred Bate), poet, etc., 1820-1875. 
Croesus, King of Lydia (a tragedy), 1845. 
Cromwell (a drama), 1847. 
Death of Magdalen, and other Poems, 1847. 
Dream of the Soul (The), and other Poems,1848. 
Medea (a poem), 1869. 
Minstrelsy of War (The), and other Poema, 

1854. 
Religio Animae, and other Poems, 1860. 
So Very Human (a novel), 1871, 
Vandyck (a play), 1850. 
Richards (Nathaniel), poet, about 1595-1660. 
Celestial Publican (The), a poem, 1620. 
Messalina (a tragedy), 1640. 
Poems, Sacred and Satyrical, 1641. 
Richardson (Charles), lexicographer, 1775- 

1865. 
Dictionary of the English Language, 1835-37 ; 

supplement, 1855. 
Illustrations of English Philology, 1815. 
Richardson, M.D. (Sir John), arctic explorer, 

born at Dumfries, in Scotland, 1787-1865. 
Arctic Searching Expedition, 1851, 
Fauna Boreali- Americana, 1829-37. 
Polar Regions, 1861. 
Zoology, 1839, 1844-47. 
Richardson (Jonathan), London, 16C5-1745. 
Essay on the Art of Criticism as it relates to 

Painting, 17 19. 
Theory of Painting, 1773. 
Richardson (Joseph), dramatic author, 1758- 

1803. One of the writers of The Bolliad, a 

series of political satires, started in 1784. 

It received its name from Colonel (lord) 

Rolle, who was the subject of an early 

criticism in its pages. 
*»* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 



RICHARDSOX — RIVIERE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. RIDPATH— UIVIEIIE. 1303 



Richardson (Samuel), novelist, born in Derby- 
shire, 1689-1761. 

Clarissa Harlowe, 1748. (His masterpiece.) 

Correspondence, posthumous 1804. 

Pamela, 1740. 

Sir Charles Grandison, 1753. 
(His Life, by Mrs. Barbauld, 1805 ; Rev. E. 

Mangin, 1811.) 
Richardson (William), poet, etc., 1743-1814. 

Anecdotes of the Russian Empire, 1784. 

PIssays on Shakespeare, 1783, 1789, 1797, 
1«12. 

Maid of Locklin (a lyrical drama). 1801. 

Poems (chiefly rural), 1781. 
Richmond (Rev. Legh), born at Liverpool, 1772- 
1827. 

Annals of the Poor, 1814. (His best-known 
work.) 

Fathers of the English Church, 1807-11. 
(His Life, by T. S. Grimshawe, 1829.) 
RiCKJCAN (Thomas), architect, born at Maiden- 
head, in Berkshire, 1776-1841. 

Attempt to discriminate the Styles of Archi- 
tecture in England, from the Conquest to 
the Reformation, 1817. 
Riddell (Henry Scott), poet, etc., Scotland, 
1798-1870. 

Christian Politician (The), 1844. 

Poems and Miscellaneous Pieces, 1847. 

Songs of the Ark, 1831. 
RiDDELL (Mrs. J. H.), novelist, maiden name 
Charlotte Eliza Lawson Cowan, pseudonym 
" F. G. Trafford," born at Carrickfergus, in 
Ireland,*- 

Alaric Spenceley (a high ideal novel), 1881. 

Above Suspicion, 1875. 

Austin Friars. 

City and Suburbs (The), 

Dearly Bought. 

Far above Rubies. 

George Geith, 1871. 

Her Mother's Darling, 1877. 

Life's Assize (A), 1873. 

Moors and Fens. 

Mortomley's Estate, 1874. 

Premie Keller. 

Race for Wealth (The). 

Too Much Alone. 
Ridley (Rev. Gloucester), 1702 1774. 

Life of Bishop Ridley (the progress of the 
Reformation), 1763. 

On the Use of the Syriac Version of the New 
Testament, 1761. 

Psyche (a poem in Dodsley's Collection). 
Riddle (Rev. Joseph Esmond), 1804-1859. 

Ecclesiastical Chronology, 1840. 

Latin-English Dictionary, 1849. 

Luther and his Times, 1827. 

Manual of Christian Antiquities, 1839. 

Manual of Scripture History, 1857. 

Natural History of Infidelity and Superstition, 
1852. 
RiDLET (James), pseudonym "Sir C. Morell," 
1722-1777. 

Tales of the Genii, 1765. 
Ridley, D.D. (Nicholas), bishop of London, 
150C-1555. 

De Ccena Dominica Assortio, 1555. 

Works (published for the Parker Soci»;ty), 
1841. 
^His Life, by Gloucester Ridley, 17»i3.) 



RiDPATH (Rev. George), of Stitchell, in Scotland, 
1663-1717. 

Border History of England and Scotland 
(The), posthumous 1776. 
RiPLKY (George), 1425 ?-1490. 

Compounde of Alchemie (in eight-syllable 
verse), 1471. (A metrical description of 
the way to make aurum potabile.) 
Ripley, LL.D. (George), born at Greenfield, 
U.S., 1802- 

Discourses on the Philosophy of Religion, 
1839. 

Handbook of Literature and the Fine Arts, 
1854. (With B. Taylor.) 

Latest Form of Infidelity (The), 1840. 
RrsHANGER (William de), a monk of St. Albans, 
chronicler, about 1235-1320. 

De Bellis Leues et Eusham, about 1265 
(fought 1264). 

Gesta Edwardi I., about 1310. 

Opus Chronicorum, about 1270. (The barons' 
wars of 1265; printed by the Camden 
Society, 1840. 
Ritchie (Leitch), novelist, born at Greenock, 
1801-1865. 

Game of Life (The), 1851. 

Headpieces and Tailpieces, 1828. 

Magician (The), 1853. 

Romance of History: Ireland, 1837-38 
France, 1831. 

Schinderhannes, the Rhine Robber, 1848. 

Tales and Confessions, 1856. 

Wearyfoot Common, 1855. 

Windsor Castle, 1840. 

Winter Evenings, 1858. 
RiTSON (Joseph), antiqiuxry, bom at Stockton 
on-Tees, in Durham, 1752-1803. 

Ancient Popular Poetry, 1791. 

Ancient Songs (from Henry III. to the Revo- 
lution), 1790. 

Annals of Caledonia, posthumous 1828. 

Bibliographia Poetica, 1802. 

Caledonian Muse (The), posthumous 1821. 

English Anthology, 1793-94, 

English Songs, 1783. 

Fairy Tales, posthumous 1831. 

Gammer Gurton's Garland, posthumous 1810. 

Life of King Arthur, posthumous 1825. 

Memoirs of the Celts and Gauls, posthumous 
1827. 

Minot's Poems, 1795. 

Northern Garlands, posthumous 1810. 

Observations on Warton's . . . English Poetry, 
1782.. 

Robin Hood Poems, 1795. (Best known by.) 

Scottish Songs, 1794. 
(His Life, by Haslewood, 1824 ; sir Harris 

Nicholas, 1833.) 
Riviere (Briton), animal painter, London, 
1840- (A.R.A. 1878.) 

All that was left of the Homeward Bound, 
1873; An Anxious Moment, 1878; Apollo, 
1874; Argus, 1873; Charity, 1870; 'Circe 
turning the Companions of Ulysses into 
Swme, 1871; Come Back! 1871 ; Daniel in 
the Lions' Den, 1872; Endymion, 1880 
Envy, Hatred, and Malice (in dogs), IdSi 
Fox and Geese, 1868; Genius Loci, 1874 
Hope deferred, 1881 ; Iron Bars, 1864; Last 
of the Garrison, 1875 ; The Last Spoonful, 
1880; Lazarus, 1877; A Legend of St. 



1304 



ROBERTS — ROGERS. 



APPENDIX I. 



ROBINSON — ROGERS. 



Patrick, 1877 ; Let Sleeping Dogs lie, 1881 ; 
A long Sleep, 1866; Midsummer Night's 
Dream, 1870 ; The Night Watch, 1880 ; On 
the Road to Gloucester Fair, 1859 ; Pallas, 
Athene, 1876; The Poacher's Nurse, 1866; 
The Prisoners, 1869; llest from Labour, 
1858 ; Romeo and Juliet, 1864 ; A Roman 
Holiday, 1881 ; Sheep on the Cotswolds, 
1858 ; A Stern Chase is always a Long 
Chase, 1876 ; Strayed from the Fold, 1866 ; 
Tlie Swineherd's Dogs, 1876; War-Time, 
1875. 
Roberts, R.A. (David), born at Edinburgh, 
1796-1864, 

Destruction of Jerusalem, 1849 ; Inauguration 
of the Great Exhibition, 1851 ; Jerusalem, 
1845; Rome, 1855; Ruins of Karnak, 
1845, 

Sketches of the Holy Land (in four vols.), 
1842^8. (A splendid work.) 
Roberts (Rev. George), 1808- 

Duties of Subjects and Magistrates, 1842. 

Strata Florida Abbey in Cardiganshire, 1848. 
Robertson (James Burton), 1800-1877. 

Edmund Burke, his Life, Times, etc., 1868. 

Lectures, 1858, 1864. 

Prophet Enoch (The), an epic poem in blank 
verse, 1860. 
Robertson (Rev. James Craigie), born at Aber- 
deen, 1813- 

Biography of Thomas Becket, 1859. 

Growth of the Papacy (The), 1876. 

History of the Christian Church (in eight 
vols.), 1873-75 (in four vols., 1853-73.) 

How shall we conform to the Liturgy? 1843. 

Sketches of Church History, 1855, 1878. 
Robertson (Joseph), antiquary, born at Aber- 
deen, 1810-1866. 

Circumnavigation of the Globe, 1836. 

Concilia Scotiaa, 1866. 

Deliciae Literariae, 1840. 

Guide to the City of Aberdeen, 1839. 

Statuta Ecclesiae Scotiante, 1864. 
Robertson (Thomas William), dramatist, 
1829-1871. 
*^* For his plays, see Appendix TIL 
Robertson (William), hebraist, *-1686. 

Gates to the Holy Tongue, 1653. 

Index Alphabeticus Hebraico-biblicus, 1683. 

Thesaurus Linguae Sanctse, 1680. 
Robertson, D.D. (William), historian, born at 
Bothwick, in Scotland, 1721-1793. 

History of America, 1777, 1788. 

IJistory of Charles V., 1769. (His best work.) 

History of Scotland, 1759, 1787. 

Of the Knowledge of India before the Disco- 
very of . . . the Cape of Good Hope, 
1791. 
(His Life, by Dugald Stewart, 1801 ; Gleig, 

1828.) 
Robertson (William), antiquary, born at For- 
dyce, in Scotland, 1740-1803. 

History of Greece, 1768. 

Index of Charters, 1798. 

Proceedings Relative to the Peerage of Scot- 
land, 1794. 
Robins (Benjamin), mathematician, born at 
B»th, in Somersetshire, 1707-1751. 

Anson's Voyage round the World, 1740-44. 

New Principles of Gunnery, 1742. 
(HisLife, byDr, Wilsou.) 



Robin.son (A. Mary F.), born at Leamington, In 
Warwickshire, 1857- 
Handful of Honeysuckles (A), 1878. 
Robinson (Clement), poet, 16th century, 
Handfull of Pleasant Delights, 1584. (Shake- 
speare often quotes from these songs "i 
Robinson, D.D. (Edward), philologist, Dorn as 
Southington, U.S., 179*''1863. 
Biblical Researches in Palestine, 1841. 
Greek and English Lexicon of the New Testa- 
ment, 1836. 
Harmony of the Four Gospels, 1846. 
Holy Land (The), 1851. 
Physical Geography of Palestine, 1865. 
Robinson (Henry Crabb), born at Bury St 
Edmunds, in Suffolk, 1775-1867. 
Diary and Correspondence, posthumous 1869. 
Robinson (Rev. Robert), Baptist minister, bora 
at Swaffham, in Norfoll^ 1735-1790. 
Arcana, 1774. 

Ecclesiastical Researches, 1792. 
History and Mystery of Good Friday, 1777. 
History of Baptism, 1790. 
Plea for the Divinity of Christ, 1776. 
Sermons, 1786. 
(His Life, by George Dyer, 1796.) 
Robinson (Rev. Thomas), vicar of St. Mary's, 
Leicester, 1749-1813. 
Christian System unfolded, 1805. 
Prophecies relating to the Messiah, 1812. 
Scripture Characters, 1796. 

(His Life, by the Rev. E. T. Vaughan, 
1815.) 
Robinson (Rev. Thomas), 1790-1873. 
Last Days of Bishop Heber, 1827. 
Twin Fallacies of Rome (The"), 1851. 
Robison, LL.D. (John), natural philosopher, 
born at Boghall, in Scotland, 1739-1805. 
System of Mechanical Philosophy, posthumous 
1822. (Much esteemed.) 
ROBT (John), topographical antiquary, born at 
Rochdale, in Lancashire, 1793-1850. 
Traditions of Lancashire, 1829-31. 
(His Life, by his widow, 1854.) 
Rochester (John Wilmot, earl of), bom at 
Ditchley, in Oxfordshire, 1647-1680. 
♦' My Dear Mistress has a Heart," 1668. 
Poems, posthumous 1680. 
Upon Nothing, 1671. 

Valentinian (a tragedy), posthumous 1685. 
(His Life, by bishop Burnet, 1680.) 
Rock (Rev. Daniel), archaeologist, born at Liver- 
pool, 1799-1871. 
Church of our Fathers, 1849-53. 
Hierurgia, 1848. 
Textile Fabrics, 1870. 
Roebuck (John Arthur), born at Madras, 1803- 
1879. 
History of the Whig Party from 1830 to the 

Reform Bill, 1852. 
Plan for the Government of our Colonies, 
1849. 
Roger of Hoveden, or Howden, in Yorkshire. 
1129-1202. 
Bede's Ecclesiastical History continued. 
Roger of Wendover, chronicler, prior of Bel • 
vcir, in Leicestershire, *-1237. 
Flores Historiarum, 1236. (A history of the 
world from the creation to 1235.) 
Rogers (Henry), 1814-1877. 
JKclipse of Faith (The), 1852. (His chief work ) 



ROGEUS — ROSSKTTI. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. koscoe— rossetti. 1305 



Essays, 1850, 1868. 

Life of Thomas Fuller, 1856. 

Reason and Faith, 1866. 

Superhuman Origin of the Bible, 1874. 
, Theological Controversies of the Time, 1874. 
Rogers (Henry Darwin), geologist, born at 
Philadelphia, U.S., 1809-1866. 

Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, 1858. 
Rogers, D.1». (John), born in Oxfordshire, 1679- 
1729. 

Necessity of a Divine Revelation, 1727. 

Visible and Invisible Church of Christ, 1719. 
Rogers (Samuel), poet, London, 1763-1855. 

Columbus (in 12 cantos), 1812. 

Epistle to a Friend, 1798, 

Human Life, 1819. 

Italy (in two parts), 1822. (Part 1. contains 
22 subjects, part ii. 24 subjects.) 

Jacqueline (a tale), 1814. 

Ode to Superstition, and other Poems, 1786. 

Pleasures of Memory (in two parts), 1792. 

Recollections, posthumous 1859. (His auto- 
biography.) 

Table Talk, posthumous 1856, 1859. 
KoGET.M.D. (Peter Mark), London, 1779-1369. 

Animal and Vegetable Physiology, 1834. 

Physiology and Phrenology, 1838. 

Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases, 
1852. 
RoHAiNE (Rev. William), born at Hartlepool, 
1714-1795. 

Discourses (12) upon the Law and the 
Gospel, 1760. 

Essay on Psalmody, 1775. 

Life of Faith (The), 1763. 

Scripture Doctrine of the Lord's Supper, 1765. 

Sermons (12) upon Solomon's Song, 1759. 

Triumph of Faith (The), 1795. 

Walk of Faith (The), 1771. 
(His Life, by the Rev. W. B. Cadogan, 1796.) 
RoscOE (Henry), 1800-1836. 

Law of Evidence in Criminal Cases, 1836. 

Life of William Roscoe, 1833. 

Lives of British Lawyers, 1830. 
RoscoE, LL.D. (Henry Enfield), chemist, Lon- 
don, 1833- 

Elementary Chemistry. 

Lectures on Spectrum Analysis, 1869, 

Treatise on Chemistry, 1877. 
RoscoB (Thomas), born at Liverpool, 1791- 
1871. 

German Novelist, 1826. 

Italian Novelist, 1825. 

Life and Writings of Cervantes, 1839. 

Life of William the Conqueror, 1848. 

Memoirs of Silvio Pellico, 1833. (From the 
Italian.) 

Spanish Novelist, 1826. 

Tourist in Italy, 1831-33. 

Tourist in Spain, etc., 1838. 

Memoirs of Scipio de Ricca, 1829. 

Translati(*n of Memoirs of Benvenuto Cellini, 
1823; Lanzi's History of Painting, 1828; 
Sismondi's Literature, 1823. 
RoscoE (William), histoiHan, born near Liver- 
pool, 1753-1831. 

Life and Pontificate of Leo X., 1805. 

Life of Lorenzo de' Medici, 1796. (Admirable.) 

On the Origin and Vicissitudes of Literature, 
1817. 
(His Life, by his son Henry, 1833.) 



RoscoE (William Caldwell), jpoe«, bom at Liver- 
pool, 1823-1859. 

Poems and Essays, posthumous 1860. 
Rose (George), born at Brechin, in Scotland, 
1744-1818. 

Observations on the Historical Work of Charles 
James Fox, 1809, 
Rose (William), poet, Scotland, 1762-1790. 

Last Day of Love (The), and other Poems, 
1834. 
Ross (Alexander), 1590-1654. 

Arcana Microcosmi, 1652. 

Centurie of Divine Meditations (A), 1646. 

Medicus Medicatus, 1645. 

Mel Heliconium. 

Mystagogus Poeticus, 1647. 

Rerum Judaicarum Memorabilium, libri iii. 
1617-19 ; libri iv. 1632. 

Three Decads of Divine Meditions, 1630. 

View of all Religions (A), 1653. 

Virgilius Evangelizans, 1634. 
%* This is the Ross to whom S. Butler 

refers in Hudibras^ 

There was an ancient sage philosopher 
That had read [all] Alexander Ross over. 

Ross (Alexander), poet, born in Aberdeenshire, 

Scotland, 1699-1784. 
Helenore, 1768. (The first publication, aged 
70.) 

(His Life, by the Rev. Alexander Thomson, 
1812.) 
Ross, M.D. (Alexander Milton), naturalist, 

born at Belleville, in Canada, 1832- 
Architecture of Birds' Nests, 1875. 
Birds of Canada (The), 1872. 
Butterflies and Moths of Canada (The), 1873. 
Elephas Americanus, etc., 1875. 
Flora of Canada (The), 1874. 
Food of Canadian Birds (The), 1875. 
Forest Trees of Canada (The), 1874. 
Mammals and Fish of Canada (The), 1878. 
Migration of Canadian Birds, 1875. 
Ross (Sir James Clark), arctic explorer, London, 

1800-1862. 
Voyage of Discovery (1839-43) in the Southern 

Seas, 1847. 
Ross (Sir John), arctic voyager, born at Balsar- 

roch, in Scotland, 1777-1856. 
Narrative of a Second Voyage in Search of a 

Northern Passage, 1835. 
Residence in Arctic Regions, etc., 1829-31. 
Voyage of Discovery ... for the . . . ex- 
ploring of Baffin's Bay, 1819. 
Ross (Rev. John Lockhart), 1810- 
Druidical Temples at Avebury, 1859. 
Lectures on the History of Moses, 1837. 
Ross-Church. See Marrtat (Florence). 
Rossetti (Christina Georgina), poetess, London, 

1830- 
Annus Domini (a prayer for every day in the 

year), 1874. 
Commonplace, and other Short Stories, 1870. 
Goblin Market, and other Poems, 1862. 
Pageant (A), and other Poems, 1881. 
Poems, 1875. 
Prince's Progress (The), and other Poems, 

1866. 
Seek and Find, 1879. 
Singsous (a nursery rhyme-book), 1872. 
Speaking Likenesses, 1674. 



1306 



BOSSETTI — RUSSELL. 



APPENDIX I. 



RUDDIMAN — RUSSELL, 



RossETTi (Dante Gabriel), painter and poet, 

London, 1828-1882. 
Dante and his Circle, 1873; the same as — 
Early Italian Poets (The), 1861. 
Poems, 1870. 
RossETTi (Maria Francesca), London, 1827- 

1876. 
Shadow of Dante (The), 1871. 
RossETTi (William Michael), London, 1829- 
Criticisms on Swinburne, 1866. 
Dante's Hell translated into English, 1865. 
Fine Art, 1867. 
Lives of Famous Poets, 1878. 
Memoir of Shelley, 1870. 
Mrs. Holmes Grey (blank verse), 1869. 
Short Memoirs of William Elake, 1863; Walt 

Whitman, and " Moxon's poets." 
RODTH, D.D. (Martin Joseph), bom at South 

Elmham, in Suffolk, 1755-1854. 
Reliquiaj Sacrae, 1814-15. (Valuable.) 
Scriptorum Ecclesiasticorum Opuscula, 1832. 
RowE (Nicholas) dramatist and poet laureate, 

born at Little Barford, in Derbyshire, 1673- 

1718. 
Translated into English verse Lucan's Phar- 
salia, 1728. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
RowE (Mrs. Thomas), maiden name Elizabeth 

Singer, pseudonym " Philomela," was born 

at Ilchester, in Somersetshire, 1674-1737. 
Devout Exercises of the Heart, 1737. 
Friendship in Death (in 20 letters), 1721. 
History of Joseph (The), a poem, 1736. 
Letters, Moral, etc., 1729-33. 
Rowlands (Henry), antiquary, born in Wales, 

*-l722. 
Mona Antiqua Restaurata, 1723. (Excellent.) 
Rowlands (Samuel), poet, etc., 1570-1625. 
Crew of Kind London Gos>;ips, 1663. 
Betrayal of Christ, and other Poems, 1598. 
Democritus, or Dr. Merry man his Medicine, 

1607. 
Diogenes his Lanthorne, 1607. 
Goode Newes and Bad Newes, 1622. 
Haile Fellow, Well Met, 1612. 
Heaven's Glory, Earth's Vanitie, Hell's 

Horror, 1628. 
History of Guy, Earle of Warwicke, 1607. 
Humor's Looking-glasse (satires and stories 

in verse), 1608. 
Knave of Clubbs, 1609, 
Knave of Harts, 1612. 
Letting Humors Blood in the Head-vayne, 

1600. 
Looke to it, for I'le stabbe ye (a poem), 

1604. 
Martin Mark-all, Beadle of Bridewell, 1610. 
Melancholic Knight (The), 1615. 
More Knaves yet, 1612. 
Night Raven (The), 1618. 
'Tis Merrie when Gossips mete, 1602. 
Rowley (William), dramatist, time, James L 

*^* For his dramas, see Appendix III. 
Roxburgh, M.D. (William), botanist, born in 

Ayrshire, Scotland, 1759-1815. 
Coromandel Plants, 1795-98. 
Flora Indica, 1820-24. 
Hortus Bengalensis, 1814, 
EoY (William), of Scotland, 1726-1790. 
Military Antiquities of the Romans in North 

Biitain, 1793. 



RuDDiMAN (Thomas), grammarian, born in 

Scotland, 1674-1757. 
Grammatics Latinaa Institutiones, 1725. 
Rudiments of the Latin Tongue, 1714, 

(His Life, by G. Chalmers, 1794.) 
RuDiNG (Rev, Rogers), numismatist, bom at 

Leicester, 1751-1820, 
Annals of the Coinage of Great Britain, etc,, 

1817, 
RuscHENBERGER (William), naturalist, bora in 

Cumberland, of New .Tersey, U.S., 1807- 
Elements of Natural History, 1850, 
Three Years in the Pacific, 1835. 
Rush, M.D. (Benjamin), bom near Philadelphia, 

U.S., 1745-1813. 
Diseases of the Mind, 1812. 
Essays, 1798. 
Medical Inquiries and Observations, 1789- 

1804. 
RusHwoRTH (John), born in Northumberland, 

1607-1690. 
Historical Collections of Private Passages of 

State, 1659 ; posthumous 1701. 
RusKiN, LL.D. (John), art critic, London, 1819- 
Aratra Pentilici, 1872. (On Sculpture.) \ 

Cambridge School of Art (The), 1858. r\ 

Crown of Wild Olives (The), 1866. ^ 

Decoration and Manufacture, 1859. 
Deucalion, 1876. 
Eagle's Nest (The), 1872. 
Elements of Perspective, 1859, 
Ethics of the Dust, 1863. 
Frondes Agrestes, 1875. (On modern painters.) 
Giotto and his Works, 1855. 
Harbours of England, 1856. 
King of the Golden River, 1851. (A capital 

fairy tale.) 
King's Treasures and Queen's Gardens 1865, 
Laws of F^sole, 1877. 

Lectures on Architecture and Painting, 1854, 
Lectures ou Art, 1859. 

Lectures on the Political Economy of Art, 1857, 
Love's Meine, 1873. 
Michael Angelo and Tintoret, 1872. 
Modern Painters, 1843-46, 1860. (Superior to 

the ancients in landscape.) 
Mornings in Florence, 1877. 
On the Nature of Gothic Architecture, 185 
Pre-Raphaelism, 1850. 
Proserpina, 1875-76. 
Queen of the Air, etc., 1867. 
Salsette and Elephanta (a poem), 1839. 
Sesame and Lilies, 1864. 
Seven Lamps of Architecture (The), 1849, 
Stones of Venice (a rhapsody on the fallen 

city), 1851-53, 
Study of Architecture in Schools, 1865. 
Time and Tide, etc., 1868. 
Two Paths, 1854. 
Unto this Last, 1862. 
Val d'Arno, 1874. 

(His Biography, by Shepherd, 1878.) 
Russell, M.D. (Alexander), *-1768. 

Natural History of Aleppo, 1754. (Excellent.) 
Russell (Rev. John Fuller), 1816- 
Judgment of the Church on the Sufficiency ot 

Holy Scripture, 1838. 
Life of Dr. Johnson, 1847. 
Russell (John, earl), pseudonym "Josepn 

Skillet, a gentleman who has left his lodg* 

ings," statesman, London, 1792-1878. 



RU8SKLL. — 8ALA. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



RYLE — SALA. 



i3u; 



Affairs of Europe since the Peace of Utrecht, 
1824-25. 

Causes of the French Revolution, 1832. 

Correspondence of C. J. Fox. 

Correspondence of Jolin, Fourth Duke of Bed- 
ford. 

Don Carlos (a tragedy), 1822. 

Essays and Sketches by Joseph Skillet, 1820. 

Establishment of the Turks in Europe, 1828. 

Foreign Policy of England, etc., 1871. 

History of the British Constitution, 1821. 

Letters for the Post, not the Press, 1820. 

Life of Lady Rachel Russell, 1820. 

Life of Lord William Russell, 1819. 

Life, Diary, and Letters of Thomas Moore, 
1852-56. 

Life and Times of Charles James Fox, 1859. 

Nun of Arrouca ( The), a tale, 1822. 

Rise and Progress of Christianity in the West, 
1873. 
KussELL (Lady Rachel), daughter of Thomas 
Wriothesley, earl of Southampton, 1636- 
1723. 

Letters to her Husband and Others, 1718. 
(Her Life, by lord J. Russell, 1820.) 
Russell, D.C.L. (Michael), bishop of Glasgow, 
etc., bom in Edinburgh, 1781-1848. 

Connection of Sacred and Profane History, 
1827-37. 

History of the Church of Scotland, 1834. 
Russell, M.D. (Patrick) of Scotland, 1726- 
1805. 

Notice on the Serpents of India, 1796. 

Treatise on the Plague, 1791. 
Russell, LL.D. (William) historian, born in 
Scotland, 1746- 1794. 

History of America, 1779. 

History of Ancient Europe, 1793. 

History of Modern Europe, 1779-84. 
(His Life, by Irvine, 180L) 
Russell, LL.D. (William Howard), bom at 
Lily Vale, in Dublin, Ireland, 1821- 

Adventures of Dr. Brady (a novel), 1868. 

Canada, its Defences, Condition, etc., 1865. 

Diary in the East, 1869. 

Diary in the Last Great War, 1873. 

Diary in India, 1860. 

Diary, North and South, 1863. 

Letters from the Crimea, 1855-56. 

Prince of Wales's Tour in India, 1877. 
Rutherford (Rev. Samuel), Presbyterian min- 
ister, Scotland, 1600-1661. 

Covenant of Life opened (The), 1655. 

Christ (dying and drawing Sinners to Him- 
self; 1647. 

Disputatio Scholastica de . . . Providentia, 
1650. 

Divine Right of Church Government, 1646. 

Due Rights of Presbyteries, 1644. 

Exercitationes Apologeticae, 1636. 

Free Disputation against Pretended Liberty 
of Conscience, 1649. 

Lex Rex, 1644. (Burnt by the Committee of 

£st<lt6S ^ 

Spiritual Antichrist (The), 1648. 

Tryall and Triumph of Faith (The), 1645. 

(His Life, by MurrAy.1828; Thomson, 1836.) 
KuTHERFOKTH, D.D. (Thomas\ born in Cam- 

bridgoshire, 1712-1771. 
Institutes of Natural Law, 1754-56. 
System of Natural Philosophy, 1748. 



Rtle (Rev. John Charles), writer of religious 
tracts, born near Macclesfield, In Cheshii e, 
1816- 

Bishops and Clergy of Other Days, 1869. 

Christian Leaders of [last century], 1868. 

Coming Events and Present Duties, 1869. 

Expository Thoughts on the Gospels, 1856-59. 

Practical Religion, 1878. 

Spiritual Songs, 1861. 

Plain Speaking, 1860. 
Rtmer (Thomas), antiquary, bom at North- 
allerton, in York, 1638-1713. 

Antiquity, Power, and Decay of Parliament, 
1684. 

Edgar, the English Monarch (an historic 
play), 1677. 

Foedera, etc., 1703 ; continued by Robert San- 
derson, 1717-35; enlarged by Dr. j\dam 
Clarke. (Invaluable.) 

Short View of Tragedy in the Last Age, 1693. 

Tragedies of the Last Age considered (The), 
1678. 

Sackville (Thomas), earl of Dorset, etc., poet, 

born at Buckhurst, in Sussex, 1527-1608. 
Gorboduc, a tragedy (the last two acts), 1562. 

(The first three acts by Norton, 1561.) 
Induction to the Mirror for Magistrates (in 

7-line stanzas), 1557. (Excellent.) 
Sadler (Michael Thomas), born at Snelstone, 

in Derbyshire, 1780-1835. 
Ireland, its Evils and their Remedies, 1829. 
Law of Population, 1830. 
St. John (Henry). See Bolingbroke. 
St. John (James Augustus), historian, born in 

Carmarthenshire, Wales, 1801-1875. 
Anatomy of Society (The), 1831. 
Education of the People (The), 1858. 
Egypt and Mehemet All, 1834. 
Egypt and Nubia, 1844. 
Hellenes (The), 1842. 

History, Manners, etc., of the Hindoos, 1832. 
History of the Four Conquests of England, 

1862. 
History of the Manners and Customs of 

Ancient Greece, 1842. 
Isis, an Egyptian Pilgrimage, 1852. 
Journal of a Residence in Normandy, 1831. 
Life of Louis Napoleon, 1857. 
Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1868. 
Lives of Celebrated Travellers, 1831. 
Margaret Ravenscroft, or Second Love, 1835. 
Nemesis of Power (The), 1854. 
Oriental Album (The), 1851. 
Philosophy at the Foot of the Cross, 1854. 
Ring (The) and the Veil, 1856. 
Sir Cosmo Digby, 1843. 
Tales of the Ramadhan, 1835. 
There and Back Again in Search of Beauty, 

1853. 
Views in Borneo, 1847. 
Weighed in the Balance (a novel), 1864-, 
St. John (Spencer), London, 1826- 

Life in the Forests of the Far East, 1862 
Sala (George Augustus Henry), London, 182S- 
Accepted Addresses, 1862. 
After Breakfast, etc., 1864. 
America in the Midst of War, 1864. 
Baddington Peerage, 1860. 
Breakfast in Bed, 1863. 
Captain Dangerous (a tale). 



1308 



SALE — SANDFORD. 



APPENDIX I. 



SALMON — SANDFORD. 



Down among the Dutchmen. 

Dutch Pictures, 1861. 

From Waterloo to the Peninsula, 1866. 

Gaslight and Daylight. 

Hogarth (in the Cornhill Magazine). 

How I tamed Mrs. Cruiser, 1858. 

Journey due North (A), 1858. (Notes of 

residence in Russia.) 
Looking at Life, 1860. 
Make your Game, 1860. 
Notes, etc., of the Paris Exhibition, 1868. 
Paris herself again, 1879. 
Quite Alone (a story), 1864. 
Residence in Russia, 1859. 
Rome and Venice, 1869. 
Seven Sons of Mammon. 
Ship-chandler (The), and other Tales, 1862. 
Strange Adventures of Captain Dangerous, 

1863. 
Trip to Barbary, etc., 1865. 
Twice round the Clock, 1859. 
Two Kings and a Kaiser, 1875. 
Two Prima Donnas, and other Stories, 1862. 
Under the Sun, and other Essays, 1872. 
Wat Tyler (a burlesque), 1869. 
■Sale (George), orientalist, 1680-1736. 

Translation of the Koran, 1734. 
Salesbury (William), 16th century. 
Baterie of the Pope's Botereulx (High Altar), 

15.50. 
Englyshe and Welshe Dictionarie, 1547. 
Introduction, teaching how to pronounce the 

Letters in the Brytishe Tongue, 1550. 
"Salesbory Missal" (or Missale ad Usum 

Ecclesiae Sarisburiensis), printed by R. 

Pynson, 1500. (Scarce.) 
Salmon (Nathaniel), antiquary, *-l742. 
Antiquities of Essex, 1740. 
Antiquities of Surrey, 1736. 
History of Hertfordshire, 1728. 
Lives of the Bishops since the Restoration, 

1733. 
New Survey of England, 1731. 
State Trials, 1735. 

Survey of the Roman Stations in Britain, 1726. 
Survey of the Roman Antiquities in the Mid- 
land Counties of England, 1726. 
Salmon (Thomas), *-l7l0. 

Essay on the Advancement of Music, 1672. 
Proposal to perform Music in Mathematical 

Proportions, 1689. 
Salmon (Thomas), chronological historian, 

Bedfordshire, *-1743. 
Families of the Present English Nobility, 

1751. 
Families of the Present Irish Nobility, 1759. 
Families of the Present Scottish Nobility, 

1759. 
Geograpuical Grammar (A), 1749. (Once Tery 

popular.) 
Historical Collection relating to Britain, 1706. 
History of all Nations from the First Govern- 
ments erected after the Flood, 1751. 
Marriage, with its Rites among the Ancient 

Greeks, Romans, Saxons, etc., 1724. 
Modern History, 1739. 
Noblemen who have died for their Princes, 

1725. 
Original of the Order of the Garter, 1704. 
Present State of all Nations, 1725. 
Review of the History of England, 1722-24. 



State Trials since the Reign of Richard II., 

1738. 

Universal Traveller, 1754. 
Salmon (William), 1640-1715. 

Botanologia (a herbal), 1710. 

Horse Mathematicse seu Uraniae, 1679. 

Palladio Londinensis, posthumous 1743. 

Polygraphice, etc., 1675. 

Sephorum, or the Druggist's Shop opened, 1693. 
Salt (Henry), Abyssinian traveller, born at 
Lichfield, 1785-1827. 

Correspondence, posthumous 1854. 

Egypta (a poem), 1824. 

Voyage to Abyssinia, 1814. 

(His Life, by J. G. Halls, 1834.) 
Salter, M.D. (Henry Hyde), 1823-1871. 

Asthma, 1860. 
Saltmarsh (Rev. John), an antinomian en- 
thusiast, 1590-1647. 

Dawning of Light, 1644. 

Free Grace, 1645. 

Holy Discoveries and Flames, 1640. 

Poemata Sacra, 1636. 

Smoke in the Temple, 1646. 

WonderfuU Predictions declared ... to Sir 
Thomas Fairfax, 1648. 
Sancroft, D.D. (William), archbishop of Can- 
terbury, born at Fressingfield, in Suffolk, 
1616-1693. 

Fur Praedestinatus (a dialogue between a 
thief condemned to the gallows, and a Cal- 
vinistic preacher), 1651. 

Modern Policies, 1652. 

Sermons, etc., 1660. 
(His Life, in dean Hook's Lives of the Arch- 

tishops.) 
Sanders, D.D. (Nicholas), bom at Charlewood, 
in Surrey, 1527-1581. 

De Origine ac Progressu Schismatis Anglicani, 
Ubri ill. 1585. 

De Visibili Monarchia Ecclesiae, 1571. 

Images of Saints Lawful, etc., 1567. 

Rocke of the Church (The), 1567. 

Supper of our Lord set loorth in Six Bookes, 
1565. 

Treatise of Usurie, 1568. 
Sanderson, D.D. (Robert), bishop of Lincoln, 
born at Rotherham, in Yorkshire, 1587-1663. 

De Juramenti Obligatione, 1647. 

Episcopacy . . . not Prejudicial to Regal 
Power, 1661. 

Logicae Artis Compendium, 1615. 

Nine Cases of Conscience resolved, posthu- 
mous 1678. 

PhysicsE Scientias Compendium, posthumous 
1671. 
(His Life, by Walton, 1678.) 
Sanderson (Robert), antiquary, bom at Dur- 
ham, 1660-1741. 

Continuation of Rjrmer's Foedera, 1717-35. 

Sandys (Sir Edwin) 1561-1629. 

Europae Speculum, 1605. 
Sandford (Francis), herald, 1630-1693. 

Genealogical History of the INIenarchs of Eng- 
land, 1707. (A useful work.) 

Genealogical History of the Kings of Portugal, 
etc., 1562. 

History of the Coronation of James II. and hi* 
Queen, 1687. 

Order and Ceremonies used at the Interment 
of George Monk, Duke of Albermarle, 1670 



SANDFOR D — SCOTT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



SAXON — SCOTT. 



1309 



Sanpford (James), 1525-1590. 

Amorous Tales and Sentences of the Greeke 
Sages, 1567. 

Hours of Recreation, or Afterdinnera (tales, 
bon mots, etc.), 1576. 

Mirror of Madness, 1567. 
Gandts (George), poet and traveller, bom at 
York, 1577-1644. 

Christ's Passion, 1640. (This is the Christus 
Patiens of Grotius.) 

Ovid's Metamorphoses Englished, 1632. 

Paraphrase on the Psalms of David, 1636. 

Paraphrase on Solomon's Song, 1642. 

Relation of a Journey, etc., 1615. (A descrip- 
tion of the Turkish empire, of Egypt, the 
Holy Land, etc.) 
Sandys (William), musical composer and author, 
1794-1863. 

CSbristmas Carols, Ancient and Modern, with 
the Airs, 1833. 

Christmastide, its History, Festi\'1ties, and 
Carols, 18S2. 

Specimens of Macaronic Poetry, 1831. 
Sant, R.A. (James), born at Croydon, in Surrey, 
1820- 

The Boy Shakespeare; Dick Whittington ; 
Evening ; Genius is Heaven-bom and looks 
from out the Eyes, 1880 ; Harmony ; The 
Infant Samuel ; The Infaijt Timothy ; The 
Light of the Cross ; Little Red Riding- 
Hood; The Miller's Daughter; Morning; 
Mother's Hope ; Retrospection ; Saxon 
"Women; She never told her Love; The 
Walk to Emmaus ; The Young Minstrel ; 
Young Steele. 
Sargent (Epes), bom at Gloucester, in Massa- 
chusetts, U.S., 1816- 

Bridge of Genoa (The), 1836. 

Priestess (The), 1855. 

Songs of the Sea, and other Poems, 1845. 

{Standard Speaker, 1852. 

Wealth and Worth, 1840. 
Saturday Review (The), started 1855. 
Saunders (Sir Edmund), 1600-1683. 

Reports, 1686. 
Saunderson, LL.D. (Nicholas), mathematician, 
bom in Yorkshire, 1682-1739. 

Elements of Algebra, 1740. 

Treatise on Fluxions, 1756. 
Savage (Richard), poet, born in London, 1698- 
1743. 

Bastard (The), 1728. (A poem on himself, 
in which he holds his mother up to 
ridicule.) 

Love in a Veil, 1718. 

Wanderer (The), in five cantos, 1729. 
(His Life, by Dr. Johnson, 1744.) 
Savtle (Sir Henry), mathematician, born near 
Halifax, in Yorkshire, 1549-1622. 

Lectures on Euclid (liook i.), 1621. 

Rerum Anglicarum Scriptores post Bedam, 
1596. 
Sawyer (William), poet, etc., 1828- 

liegend of Phillis, 1872. 

Ten Miles from Town. 1867. 

Thought and Reverie, 1849. 

Year of Song (A), 1872. 
Saxe (John Godfrey), American poet and hu- 
morist, 1816- 

Clever Stories of Many Nations, 1864. 

Flying Dutchman (The), 1862. 



Masquerade (The), and other Poems, 1866. 

Leisure Day Rhymes, 1875. 
Saxon Chronicle (Annates Reram in Anglia 
gestaram a Christo nato ad Annum 1154). 
It is inserted in the Monum^nta Historica 
Britannica. 
Sayers, M.D. (Frank), poe«, 1763-1817. 

Disquisitions, Metaphysical and Literary, 1793. 

Dramatic Sketches of Ancient Northern My- 
thology, 1790. 

Miscellanies, 1805. 

Nugae Poetics, 1803. 
(His Life, by W. Taylor, li»23.) 
ScHAFF (Philip), an American citizen, bora at 
Chur, in Switzerland, 1819- 

Political, Social, and Religious Condition of 
the United States, 1855. 

What is Church History ? 1846. 
Schoolcraft (Henry Rowe), ethnologist, bora 
in New York State, U.S., 1793-1864. 

Algic Researches, 1839. 

Ethnological Researches respecting the Red 
Man of America, 1845. 

Historical and Statistical Information respect- 
ing the Indian Tribes of the United States, 
1851-60. 

Indian Tribes (The), their History, Condition, 
and Prospects, 1851-57. 

Narrative of an Expedition to Haska Lake, 
the Source of the Mississippi, 1834. 

Notes on the Iroquois, 1848. 

Travels in the . . . Mississippi Valley, 1825. 

View of the Lead Mines of Missouri, 1819. 
Schreiber (Mrs.), maiden name Lady Charlotte 
Elizabeth Guest, 1812- 

Translated the Mabinogion, 1838-49. 
ScoGiN (John), court jester to king Edward IV. 

Jests, gathered together by Andrew Boord, 
M.D., 1626. 
ScoRESBY, D.D. (William), arctic navigator, 
born at ^Yhitby, in Yorkshire, 1790-1857. 

Account of the Arctic Regions (An), 1820. (A 
capital book.) 

Discourses to Seamen, 1812. 

Journal of a Voyage to the Northern Whale 
Fisheries, 1823. 

Miignetical Investigations, 1839-52 

Memorials of the Sea. 

Records of the Adventurous Life of the Late 
William Scoresby (i.e. his father), 1830. 

Records of the Sea. 
(His Life, by Scoresby- Jackson, 1861.) 
Scot (Reginald), bom at Scotshall, near Smeethe, 
in Kent, 1545-1599. 

Discoverie of Witchcraft (The), 1584. (His 
great work, demonstrating the absurdity of 
the i)opular belief in witches. This book 
called forth J a.mes' s DcBmonology, and Scot's 
book was ordered to be burnt by the com- 
mon hangman.) 

Perfite Platforme of a Hoppe-Garden (The), 
printed 1574. 
Scotsman (The), a newspaper, first started 1817. 
ScoTT (David), painter, born in Edinburgh, 
1806-1849. 

Th^ Alchemist, 1838 ; Ariel and Caliban, 1838; 
The Ancient Mariner illustrated, 1831 ; The 
Duke of Gloucester taken into the Water- 
gate of Calais, 1843 ; Monograms of Man, 
1831; Philoctetes, 1840; Pilgrim's Pro- 
gress illustrated; Queen Elizabeth in the 



1310 



SCOTT. 



APPENDIX I. 



SCOTT. 



Globe Theatre, 1841 ; Richard III., 1843 ; 
Sarpedon carried by Sleep aud Death, 1832 ; 
Silenus praising Wine, 1842 ; Vasco da 
Gama encountering the Spirit of the Cape, 
1847 (his best picture). 

(His Memoirs, by his brother, W. B. 
Scott, 1850.) 
RCOTT (John), poet, of Amwell, in Hertfordshire, 
1V30-1783. 
Amwell, 1776. 

Critical Essays on the English Poets, post- 
humous 1785. 
Poems, 1782. 

(His Life, by John Hoole, 1785; R. A. 
Davenport, 1822.) 
tkCOTT (Michael), novelist, born at Glasgow, in 
Scotland, 1789-1835. 
Cruise of the Midge (appeared in Blackwood'.'^ 

Magazine). 
Tom Cringle's Log (appeared in Blackwood's 
Magazine). 
Scott (Sir Michael), occult philosopher, *-1290. 
Avicennae de Animalibus, ex Arabico in Lati- 

num, translatio. 
De Procreatione et Hominis Phisionomia 

Opus, printed 1477. 
Mensa Philosophica, translated into English 

and printed 1633. 
Quaestio Curiosa de Natura Solis et Lunae, 
printed 1622. 
(Dante places him with magicians in his 
Inferno, in the fifth part of the Malebolge. 
See Handbook, p. 473, col. 1.) 
Scott (Samuel), landscape painter, *-l772. 
Old London Bridge, 1745. (In the National 
Gallery.) 
icOTT (Rev. Thomas), English minister at 
Utrecht, murdered at Utrecht by John 
Lambert, a garrison soldier, 1626. 
Aphorismes of State, 1624. 
Belgicke Pismire (The), 1622. 
Belgicke Souldier (The), 1624. 
Christ's Politician, and Solomon's Puritan, 

1616, 
Discoverie of Spanish Practices (A), 1623-24. 
England's Joy for suppressing the Papists, 

1624. 
Ghost of Robert, Earl of Essex, 1624. 
Ghost of Sir Walter Rawleigh, 1626. 
Highwaies of God and the King (The), 1620. 
Newes from Parnassus, 1622. 
Spanish Designes to an Universall ]\Ionarchie, 

1624. 
Symmachia, or True Love-knot (no date). 
Tongue Combat (A), 1623. (Useful for a 

word-book.) 
Votivae Angliae, 1624. 

Vox Coeli, 1624. (A consultation held in 
heaven by Henry VIII., queen Elizabeth, 
and others, on Spain's designs against Eng- 
land.) 
Vox Dei, 1624. 
Vox Populi (a warning against Spain), 1620, 

1624. 
Vox Regis, 1624. 
-COTT (Rev. Thomas), born at Braytoft, in Lin- 
colnshire, 1747-1821. 
Commentary on the Bible, 1796. (Generally 

called " Scott's Family Bible.") 
Es'siv's on the Most Important Subjects of 
Eeligion, 1793. 



Force of Truth, 1779. 

Vindication of the Inspiration of Scripture, 1796. 
(His Life, by his son, 1824.) 
Scott (Sir Walter), novelist and poet, boru at 
Edinburgh, 1771-1832. 

Novels and Prose Romances. 
Abbot (The), 1820 ; time, Elizabeth. 
Anne of Geierstein, 1829 ; time, Edward IV. 
Antiquary (The), 1816 ; time, George III. 
Aunt Margaret's Mirror (a tale) ; time, Wil- 
liam III. 
Betrothed (The), 1825 ; time, Henry 11. 
Black Dwarf (The), 1816 ; time, Anne. 
Bride of Lammermoor, 1819 ; time, William 

III. 
Castle Dangerous, 1831 ; time, Henry I. 
Count Robert of Paris, 1831 ; time, Rufus. 
Fair Maid of Perth, 1828 ; time, Henry IV. 
Fortun<^8 of Nigel, 1822 ; time, James I. 
Guy Mannering, 1815 ; time, George II. 
Heart of Midlothian, 1818; time, George TL 
Highland Widow (The), a Ule, 1827 ; time 

George II. 
Ivanhoe, 1819 ; time, Richard I. 
Kenilworth, 1821 ; time, Elizabeth. 
Laird's Jock (The), 1827 ; time, Elizabeth. 
Legend of Montrose (The), 1819; time, 

Charles I. 
Monastery (The), 1820 ; time, Elizabeth. 
Old Mortality, 1816 ; time, Charles II. 
Peveril of the Peak, 1823 ; time, Charles IL 
Pirate (The), 1821 ; time, William IIL 
Quentin Durward, 1823 ; time, Edward IV. 
Redgauntlet, 1824 ; time, George III. 
Rob Roy, 1817 ; time, George I. 
St. Ronan's Well, 1825; time, George III. 
Surgeon's Daughter (The), 1827; timei, 

George II. 
Talisman (The), 1825 ; time, Richard I. 
Tapestried Chamber (The), a tale; time, 

George III. 
Two Drovers (The), a tale, 1827 ; time, George 

III. 
Waverley, 1814 ; time, George IL 
Woodstock, 1826; time. Commonwealth. 

Poetry, Dramatic Sketches, etc. 
Auchindrane (an Aryshire tragedy), 1830. 
Ballads and Lyrical Pieces, 1806. 
Battle of Sempach, 1818. 
Border Minstrelsy (in three parts), 1802-6. 

(Thomas the Rhymer.) 
Bridal of Triermain (in three cantos), 1813. 
Doom of Devorgoil (a melodrama, blank 

verse), 1830. 
Ettricke Garland (The), two songs, 1815. 
Field of Waterloo (The), a poem, 1815. 
Fire King (The), a ballad, in Alexandrinea, 

1801. 
"For a' that an' a' that" (song), 1814. 
Frederick and Alice (a ballad), 1801. 
Halidon Hall (a dramatic sketch), 1822. 
Harold the Dauntless (in six cantos), 1317. 
Helvellyn (a ballad, .in Alexandrines), 1805. 
House of Aspen (The), a prose dramatic 

sketch, 1829. 
Hunting Song (A), in sevens, 1808. 
Lady of the Lake (The), in six cantos, 1809. 
Lay of the Last Minstrel (The), in six 

cantos\ 1805. 
Lord of the Isles (The), in six cantos. 1«?14. 
Macdufl's Crosa (a dramatic sketch), 1830. 



SCOTT — SETTLE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, sedgwick— SEXxLas. 1311 



Marmion (in six cantos), 1808. 
Noble Moringer (The), a ballad, in Alexan- 
drines, 1819. 
Rokeby (in six cantos), 1813. 
Sir Tristram (a romance, edited), 1804. 
Vision of Don Roderick (Spenserian), 1811. 
Wild Huntsman (The), a ballad, in eights, 

1796. 
William and Helen (a ballad, in eight and 

six), 1796. 

Prose Works {not novels). 
Border Antiquities of Scotland (essays), 1818. 
Demonology and Witchcraft (letters), 1831. 
History of Scotland, 1830. 
letters of Malachi Malagrowther, 1826. 
Life of Dryden, 1803. 
Life of Napoleon Buonaparte, 1827. 
Life of Swift, 1814. 
Lives of British Novelists, 1825. 
Memoirs of tiie Earl of Montrose, 1808. 
Paul's Letters to his Kinsfolk, 1815. 
Provincial Antiquities, etc., 1826. 
Regalia of Scotland (The), 1819. 
Tales of a Grandfather (in three series), 1827- 
1830. (A history of Scotland.) 

(His Life, by W. Weir, 1832; J. Hogg, 
1834; Lochart, 1837-39; G. Grant, 1849; 
Giltillan, 1870; Rossetti, 1870; Chambers, 
1871; Hutton, 1878.) 
5coTT (William Bell), poet, etc., Scotland, 1811- 
Hades, or the Transit, 1838. 
Life, etc., of Albert Durer, 1869. 
Little Masters (The), 1879. 
Memoir of David Scott, 1850. 
Poems, 1855, 1864. 

Year of the World (The), a poem, 1855. 
5x?TT (Winfield), gfenerai, born at Petersburg, 

U.S., 1786-1866. 
Memoirs, 1864. 
ScoTus (John Duns), called " The Subtile Doc- 
tor," and "The Prince of Divines," 1265- 

1308. 
Idiota's, or Duns's Contemplations of Divine 

Love, printed 1662. 
Opera Omnia, Notes, etc., printed 1639. 

(His Life, by L. Waddingus, editor, 1639.) 
E":ovGAL (]\enTj), prof essor, 1650-1678. 
De Objectu Cultus Religiosi, 1664. 
Life of God in the Soul, 1677. 
New Discourses, etc., 1735. 
Occasional Meditations, 1740. 
ScROPE (George Poulett), geologist, 1797-1876. 
Considerations on Volcanoes, 1825, 
Geology of Central France, 1827. 
Principles of Political Economy, 1833. 
Sedgwick (Rev. Adam), geologist, bom at Dent, 

in Yorkshire, 1787-1873. 
Discourse on the Studies of the University of 

Cambridge, 1850. (The bearing of physics 

on religion.) 
Greology of the Lake Districts, 1853. 
Sedgwick (Catherine Maria), novelist, born at 

Stockbridge, U.S., 1799-1867. 
Clarence (a tale of our own times), 1830. 
Home (a tale on domestic economy), 1840. 
Hope Leslie (a tale of early times in America), 

1827. 
Le Bossu (a novel), 1835. 
Letters from Abroad, 1841. 
Linwoods (The^, a novel, 1335. 
Live and Let Live, 1837 ; 



Married and Single, 1849 ; 

Means and Ends, 1838 ; 

Morals and Manners, 1847 ; tales on morals 

and domestic economy. 
New England Tale (A), 1822. 
Poor Rich Man and Rich Poor Man (The),! 836. 
Redwood (a novel), 1824. 
Wilton Hervey, and other Tales, 1845. 
Sedgwick (Mrs.), maiden name riusan Ridley 

Livingston, 1788-1868. 
Alida, 1844. 

Allan Prescott (a novel), 1334. 
Children's Week (The), 1830. 
Morals of Pleasure (The), 1829. 
Walter Thomby (a novel), 1859. 
Young Emigrants (The), 1831. 
Sedgwick (Theodore), born at Sheffield, in Mas- 
sachusetts, U.S., 1780-1839. 
Public and Private Economy illustrated, etc., 

1838 (by observations in Europe in 1836-37). 
Sedgwick (Theodore), born at Albany, U.S. 

1811-1859. 
Literpretation and Application of Statutory 

and Constitutional Law, 1833. 
Life and Works of William Leggett, 1842. 
Memoirs of William Livingstone, 1835. 
Treatise on the Measure of Damages, 1830. 
Sedley (Sir Charles), poet, born in Kent, 1639- 

1701. 
Antony and Cleopatra (a tragedy), 1677. 
Mulberry Garden (The), a play, 1668. 
Works, consisting of Poems and Plays, post- 
humous 1719. 

%* The duke of Buckingham called his 
poems " Sedley's Witchcraft." 
Selden (John), antiquary, etc., born at Sal- 

vington, in Sussex, 1584-1654. 
Analecton Anglo-Britannicca, 1615. 
De Diis Syris, 1617. 

De Jure Naturali et Gentium, etc., 164f . 
De Successionibus, 1631. 
Duello (The), 1610. 
England's Epinomis, 1610. 
History of Tithes, 1618. 
Jani Anglorum Facies Altera, 1610. 
Mare Clausum, 1635. 
Marmora Arundeliana, 1628. 
Table Talk, posthumous 1689. 
Titles of Honour, 1614. 

(His Life, by Wilkins, 1725; Dr. J. Aikic, 
1773; G. W. Johnson, 1835.) 
SELWYN(Rev. William), 1806-1875. 
Horas Hebraicae, 1848-60. 
Two Charts of Prophecy. 
Senior (Nassau William), political writer, horz 
at Compton, in Berkshire, 1790-1864. 
Biographical Sketches, 1863. 
Essays on Fiction, 1864. 
Historical and Philosophical Essays, 1865. 
Journal in Turkey and Greece, 1859. 
Journals, etc., relating to Ireland, 1869. 
Political Economy, 1848. 
Settle (Elkanah),i)oe« laureate/or the city, bore 
at Dunstable, in Bedfordshire, 1648-1723. 
Cambyses (a tragedy), 1671. 
City Ramble (The), a comedy, 1712. 
Conquest of China by the Tartars (a tragedy^, 

1676. 
Empress of Morocco (The), a tragedy, 1673. 
Female Prelate (The), a tragedy, 1680. (Pope 
Joan.) 



1312 



SEWARD— SHAW. 



APPENDIX I. 



SHARP — SHAW. 



Love and Revenge (a tragedy), 1675. 

Poems, chiefly Laudatory, 1681, 1685, 1714, 
1716, 1722. 

Siege of Troy (The), a drama, 1715. 

Triumphs for Lord Mayor's Day, 1691-1708. 
Seward (Anna), born in Derbyshire, 1747- 
1809. 

Letters, posthumous 1811. 

Louisa, 1782. 

Memoirs of Dr. Darwin, 1804. 

Poems, posthumous 1816. 

Visions (The), posthumous 1810. 
(Her Life, by sir Walter Scott, 1810.) 
Beward (William), biographical writer, Lon- 
don, 1746-1799. 

Anecdotes of Distinguished Persons, 1795. 

Biographiana, 1799. 
Seward (William Wenman), 18th century. 

Topographia Hibemica, 1795. (Meritorious.) 
Sewell (Elizabeth Missing), novelist, born in 
the Isle of Wight, 1815- 

A.my Herbert, 1844. 

Clove Hall (a tale), 1847. 

Earl's Daughter (The), a tale, 1845. 

Gertrude, 1847. 

Homely Ballads and Stories in Verse, 1865. 

Ivors, 1856. 

Katherine Ashton (a tale), 1854. 

Margaret Percival, 1858. 

Rose of Cheriton (a ballad), 1872. 

Sketches (three tales), 1847. 

Ursula (a tale of country life), 1858. 
Sewell (William), historian, 1650-1725. 

History of the Quakers, 1722. 
Sewell (Rev. William), 1805-1874. 

Christian Morals, 1840. 

Christian Politics, 1844. 

Christian Vestiges of Creation, 1861. 

Hawkestone (a tale), 1845. 

Hora Philologica, 1830. 

Rodolph the Voyager, 1844. 

Sacred Thoughts in Verse, 1835. 
Seymour (Rev. Michael Hobart), 1802- 

Evenings with the Romanists, 1854. 

Mornings among the Jesuits, 1850. 
Shadwell (Thomas), poet laureate, bom in 
Norfolk, 1640-1692. 

Works, posthumous 1720. 
%* For his 17 plays, see Appendix III. 
(Satirized unjustly by Dryden under the 

pseudonym of " Mac Flecnoe.") 
Shaftesbury (Anthony Ashley Cooper, earl of), 
moralist, born in London, 1671-1713. 

Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, 
and Times, 1711, 1713; containing the In- 
quiry Concerning Virtue, 1699 ; Judgmen; 
of Hercules, 1713; Letter concerning En 
thusiasm, 1708; Moralists, 1709; Sensus 
Communis, 1709; Soliloque, or Advice to 
an Author, 1710. 

(His Life, by B. Martyn, revised by Dr. 
Kippis, 1830.) 
Shairp, LL.D. (John Campbell), poet, etc., bom 
at Houstown House, in Scotland, *- 

Kilmahoe, and other Poems, 1864, 

Lectures on Culture and Religion, 1870. 

Poetic Interpretation of Nature (The), 1877. 

Studies in Poetry and Philosophy, 1868. 
Shakespeare (William), dramatist, etc., bom 
at Stratford-upon-Avon, in Warwickshire, 
1564^1616. 



Lover's Complaint (The), in 7-line stanzas, 
1609. 

Passionate Pilgrim (The), in 14-line stanzas, 
1599. 

Rape of Lucrece (The), in 7-line stanzas, 1594. 

(154) Sonnets, 1598. 

Venus and Adonis (in 6-line stanzas), 1593, 
*^* For his plays, see p. 898. 
(His Life, by N. Rowe, 1709; Hanmer, 

1745; Dr. H. Blair, 1753; [Francis] Gentle- 
man, 1774; Malone, 1790; Alex. Chalmers, 

1805; Wheler, 1806; John Britton, 1814; 

Drake, 1817, 1828 ; Skottowe, 1S24; Wheeler, 

1824; Moncreiff, 1824; Rev. W. Harness, 

1825; W. Harvey, 1825; C. Symmons, D.D., 

1826 ; C. Knight, 1838 ; Campbell, 1838 ; Barry 

Cornwall, 1839-43; J, P, Collier, 1841; 

Baudry's (Fr«nch edition) contains "a new 

Life," 1842; Dr. G. C, Verplanck, U.S., 1847 ; 

J. 0. Halliwell, 1851; Rev. H. N. Hudson, 

1852; W, W. Lloyd, 1356; H. Staunton, 

1858 ; Neill, 1861 ; S. W. FuUom, 1861 ; Ken- 

ney, 1864; Richard Grant-White, U.S., 1865. 

In one or two instances the biographer's 

name is not known, but a " Life " is prefixed 

to an edition of the Works.) 
Sharp (Abraham), mathematician, born at 
Little Horton, in Yorkshire, 1651-1742. 

Geometry improved, 1717. 
Sharp (Granville), abolitionist, born at Durham, 
1734-1813. 

Injustice, etc., of tolerating Slavery In Eng- 
land (The), 1772. 

Uses of the Definite Article in the Greek 
Testament, 1798. 
(His Life, by Prince Hoare, 1820.) 
Sharp (Richard), called " Conversation Sharp," 
1759-1835. 

Letters and Essays, 1834. 
Sharp (Samuel), *-1778. 

Critical Inquiry into the Present State of Sur- 
gery, 1750. 

Letters from Italy, 1766. 

Operations of Surgery, 1739. 
SiiARPE (Charles Kirkpatrick), born at Hoddam, 
in Scotland, 1781-1851. 

Ballad Book, 1822. 

Etchings and Literary Remains, posthumous 
1869. 

Genealogy of the House of Seton, 1830. 

Life of Lady Margaret Cunninghame, 1828. 

Metrical Legends, and other Poems, 1807. 

Portraits by an Amateur, 1833. 

Sarguudo, or the Valiant Christian, 1837. 
Sharpe, D.D. (Gregory), of Yorkshire, 1713- 
1771. 

Argument in Defence of Christianity, 1755, 
1762. 

Defence of Dr. Clarke, 1744. 

Review of the Controversy about Demoniacs, 
1738. 

Two Dissertations on Languages and Letters, 
1751. 
Shaw, M.D. (George), naturalist, born at Bier- 
ton, in Buckinghamshire, 1751-1813, 

Catalogue of the Leverian Museum, 1792-96. 

Naturalist's Miscellany (The), 1789-1813. 

Zoology, 1800-16. 
Shaw (H. W.), pseudonym "Josh Billings,' 

Book of Sayings, 1366. 



SHAW — SirEKIDAX. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. siiKi/roN -sheridan. 1313 



Major Jack Downing. 

Also, Josh Billlntts' Proverbs; Joeb Biiiings 

on Ice ; Josh Billings' F'armer's Almanac. 
Shaw, M.D. (Peter\ 1695-1763. 
Abridgment of Bacon's Philosophical Works, 

1725. 
Chemical Lectures, 1734. 
New Practice of Physic, 1726. 
Shaw (Rev. Stehbing), antiquary, born In Staf- 
fordshire, 1762-1802. 
History of Staffordshire, 1798-1801. 
Topographer (The), 1789. 
5iiEA (Daniel), orientalist, born in Dublin, 1772- 

1836. 
Translation of Mirkhond's History of the 

Kings of Persia, 1843. 
Shebbeare, M.D. (John), bom at Bideford, in 

Devonshire, 1709-1788. 
History of the Sumatrans, 1760. 
Letters on the English Nation, 1755. 
Letters to the People of England, 1756-58. 
Marriage Act (The), 1754. 
Origin and Progress of National Society, 1776. 
Shedd,D.D. (William), born aVActon.U.S., 1820- 
History of Christian Doctrines, 1863. 
Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, 1867. 
LfCtures on the Philosophy of History, 1856. 
Outlines of a System of Rhetoric, 1850. 
Sermons to the Natural Man, 1871. 
Shee, R.A. (Sir Martin Archer), born in Dublin, 

1770-1850. 
Alasco (a tragedy), 1824. 
Commemoration of Reynolds, 1814. 
Elements of Art (a poem in six cantos), 18f 9. 
Oldcourt (a novel), 1829. 
Rhymes on Art, 1805. 

(His Life, by his son, 1860.) 
Sheffield (John Baker Holroyd, lord), 1741- 

1821. 
Letter on the Com Laws, 1815. 
Observations on the Commerce of American 

States, 1783. 
On the Manufactures, etc., of Ireland, 1785. 
On the Project for abolishing the Slave Trade, 

1879. 
Orders in Council, etc., 1809. 
Sheil (Richard Lalor), dramatist, etc., born 

near Waterford, in Ireland, 1791-1851. 
Adelaide, 1814. 
Apostate (The), 1817. 
Bellamira, 1818. 
Evadne, 1819. 
Huguenot (The). 
Montoni, 1820. 
Sketches of the Irish Bar, 1822. 

(His Life, by Macnevin, 1854 ; T. W. Mac- 
Culloch, 1855.) 
Shelley (Mrs.), maiden name Mary Wollstone- 

craft Godwin, novelist, second wife of Percy 

Bysshe Shelley. Bora in London, 1798-1851. 
Biography of her Husband, 1839. 
Falkner, 1837. 
} l^i% Frankenstein, 1816. (Her best novel.) 
Last Man (The), 1824. 
* Lodore, 1835. 

Perkin Warbeck (an historical novel), 1830. 
I Rambles in Germany and Italy, 1844. 
/ Valperga, 1823. 

Shklley (Percy Bysshe), poet, bora at Field 

Place, in Sussex, 1792-1822. 
Adonais (a monody on Keats), 1821. 



Alastor, or the Spirit of Solitude (blank versed 

1816. 
Arethusa (an ode), 1 820. 
Cenci (The), a tragedy, 1819. 
Clouds (The), an ode, 1820. 
Epipsychidion, 1821. 
Hellas (a lyrical drama), 1823. 
Julian and Maddalo (a conversation in verse), 

1820. 
Laon and Cythna (Spenserian), 1318. 
Nightmare (The), 1809. 
Ode to the West Wind. 
(Edipus Tyrannus (a classical play), 1820. 
Peter Bell III., 1819. 

Prometheus Unbound (a classical play), 1821. 
Prometheus Unmasked, 1823. 
Queen Mab, 1813. (Written at the age of 18.) 
Revolt of Islam (in 12 cantos, in 5-line stan- 
zas), 1817. 
Rosalind and Helen (a dialogue in verse), 1818. 
St. Irvyne (a novel), 1810. 
Shelley Papers (The), 1815. 
Skylark (The), 1820. (His best ode.) 
Witch of the Atlas (The), 1820. (Composed 

in three days.) 
Zastrozzi (a novel), 1809. • * 

(His Life, by captain T. Medwin, 1847 ; 
T. J. Hogg, 1858; his widow, 1859; C. S. 
Middleton, 1858 ; W. M. Rossetti, 1878.) 
Shelton (Frederick William), an American 

citizen, born at Jamaica, Long Island, 1814- 
Peeps from a Belfry, 1855. 
Rector of St. Bardolph's (The), 1852. 
Shenstone (William), pastoral poet, bom at 

the Leasowes, in Shropshire, 1714^1763. 
(26) Elegies, 1743-46. 

Essay on Men and Manners, posthumous 1764. 
Jemmy Dawson (a ballad), 1745. 
Judgment of Hercules (a dramatic poem), 

1741. 
Odes, Songs, and Ballads, 1750-54. 
Pastoral Ballad (in four parts), 1743. 
Poems on Several Occasions, 1737. 
Progress of Taste (in four parts), posthumous 

1764. 
Schoolmistress (The), in Spenserian metre, 

1737, 1742. (His best poem.) 
Written at an Inn at Henley, 1741. 

(His Life, by Greaves, 1764; Gilfillan,1854.) 
Sheppard (John George), born at Killarney, in 

Ireland, 1818-1869. 
Aids to Classical Study, 1868. (With Dr. D. 

W. Turaer.) 
Fall of Rome and Rise of New Nationalties, 

1861. 
Notes on Thucydides, 1857. O^itb Evans.) 
St. Paul at Athens (a poem), 1851. 
Theophrasti Characteres, with Notes, 1852. 
Sherborne (Sir Edward), poet, born in London, 

1618-1702. 
Forsaken Lydia, 1651. 
Lyrian and Silvia, 1651. 
Poems, 1651. 

Rape of Helen (The), 1651. 
Salamis, 1651. 

Sphere of Marcus Mamilius (The), 1675 
Sherldan (Mrs.), noveWsf, maiden name Frances 

Chamberlayne, mother of Richard Brinsley 

Sheridan, 1724-1766. 
Discovery (The), a comedy, 1763. 
Dupe (The), a comedy, 1765. 

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1314 SHERIDAN — SHIRLEY. 



APPENDIX I. 



SHIELD — SHIRLEY. 



Miss Sidney Biddulph (a novel), 1761. 
Nourjahad (a romance), 1767. 
(Her Memoirs, by Alicia Lefanu, 1824.) 
Sheridan (Richard Brinsley Butler), statesman 
and dramatist, born in Dublin, 1751-1816. 
Clio's Protest, and other Poems, 1819. 
His Speech for the Impeachment of Warren 
Hastings, 1786. 

*^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
(His Life, by Watlcins, 1817 ; T. Moore, 
1825 ; W. Smyth, 1840; Browne, 1873. Sheri- 
dan is credited with "the best speech, the 
best comedy, and the best drinking song in 
the language.") 
Sheridan (Thomas), born at Quilca, in Ireland, 
1721-1788. 
Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Lan- 
guage, 1778. 
Shekingham (Robert), *-1677. 
De Anglorum Gentis Origine, 1670. (Highly 
praised by Nicolson.) 
Sherlet (Sir Anthony), traveller, born at 
Weston, in Sussex, 1565-1631. 
Travele into Persia, edited by W. Parry, 1601 ; 
by Gr. Manwaring, 1613. 
N.B.— Sir Thomas, sir Anthony, and Robert 
Sherley, called " the three English brothers," 
were all eminent in their days. Sir Thomas 
for his travels and imprisonment in Turlcey, 
and Robert for his wars against the Turks 
and his marriage with the niece of the shah 
of Persia. 
Sherlock, D.D. (Thomas), bishop of London, 
born in London, 1678-1761. 
Discourses at the Temple Church, 1754-53. 
Sermons, 1755, etc. 
Trial of the Witnesses of the Resurrection of 

Jesus Christ, 1729. 
Use and Intent of Prophecy, 1725. 
Sherlock, D.D. (William), London, 1641-1707. 
Divine Providence (The), 1694. 
Future Judgment (A), 1692. 
Treatise on Death, 1690. 
Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity, 1691. 
Sherringham (Robert). See above, Sheringham. 
Sherwood (Mrs.), writer of tales, maiden name 
Mary Martha Butt, born at Stanford, in 
Worcestershire, 1775-1851. 
Arzomund. 

Ayah and Lady (The). 
Charles Lorraine, the Young Soldier. 
Emily and her Mother. 
Ermina, a Calcutta Tale. 
Fairchild Family (The). 
George Desmond. 
Gipsy Babes (The). 
Indian Pilgrim (The). 
Infant's Pilgrim's Progress (The). 
Juliana Oakley. 
Lady of the Manor (The), a series of tales, 

etc., about confirmation. 
Little Henry and his Bearer. 
Little Lucy and her Dhaye. 
Little Woodman (The) and his Dog. 
Lucy Clare. 
My Aunt Kate. 
Fere la Chaise. 
Potter's Common (The). 
Recaptured Negro (The), 
iloxobel, or English Manners Seventy Years 
Ago. 



Sergeant Dale. 

Stories to explain the Church Catechism. 
Stranger at Home (The). 
Susan Gray. 
^^^aste Not, Want Not. 
Shield (William), operatic com.poser, bom in 

Durham, 1749-1829. 
Introduction to Harmony, 1800. (Esteemed.) 

*,* For his operas, see Appendix III. 
Shipton (" Mother "), time of Henry VIII. 
Fourteen Strange Prophecies, 1648. (With J. 

Saltmarsh.) 
Prophesie Fortelling the Death of Cardinal 

Wolsey and Others, 1641. 
Two Strange Prophesies predicting Wonder- 
full Events to betide this Yeare, 1642. 
Yorkshire Prophecy preserved in the Noble 
Family of the P— 's, first printed 1740. 

(Her Life, by R. Head, 1677 ; others anony- 
mous, 1687, 1797, etc.) 
Shirley (Sir Anthony). See above, Sherley. 
Shirley (Evelyn Philip), antiquary, etc., born 

at Ettingham Park, in Warwickshire, 1812- 
Historical Memoirs of the Lives of the Shirley 

Brothers, 1848. 
History of the Church of Ireland, 1851. 
History of the County of Monaghan, 1877. 
Noble and Gentle Men of England, and their 

Arms, 1863. 
Some Account of Deer and Deer Parks, 1867. 
Some Account of the Territory of Farney, in 

Ulster, 1846. 
Stemmata Shirleiana, 1841. 
Shirley (James), dramatist, etc., London, 1594- 

1666. 
Admiral of France (The), 1639. 
Andromana, or the Merchant's Wife, 1660. 
Arcadia (a pastoral), 1640. 
Ball (The), a comedy, 1639. 
Bird in a Cage (The), a comedy, 1633. 
Brothers (The), a play, 1652. 
Cardinal (The), 1652. (Shirley himself con- 
sidered this his best play.) 
Changes (The), a comedy, 1632. 
Constant Maid (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Contention for Honour and Riches (The), 

an interlude, 1633. 
Contention of Ajax and Achilles (The), 1659, 
Coronation (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Court Secret (The), 1653. 
Cupid and Death (a masque), 1653. 
Doubtful Heir (The), a comedy, 1652. 
Duke's Mistris (The), a tragedy, 1638. 
Eccho, or the Unfortunate Lovers, 1618. (His 

best poem.) 
Example (The), a comedy, 1637. 
Gamester ( rhe), a comedy, 1637. 
General (The), a tragi-comedy, 1653. 
Gentleman of Venice (A), a tragi-comedy, 

1655. 
Grateful Servant (The), a comedy, 1630. 
Honoria and Mammon, 1659. 
Humourous Courtier (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Hide Parke (a comedy), 1637. (Excellent.) 
Imposture (The), 1652. 
Lady of Pleasure (The), a comedy, 1637. 
Love's Crueltie (a tragedy), 1640. 
Love's Victorie (a pastoral drama), 1653. 
Love Tricks, or the Schoole of Complement, 

1625. (His first play.) 
Maides Revenge (The), a tragedy, 1639. 



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SHORT SIMMS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



8T«OURNKY — SIMMS. 1315 



Narcissus, or the Self-Lover (a poem), 1646, 
Might- Walkers (The), 1633. (Altered from 

Fletcher.) 
Opportunitie (The), a comedy, 1640. 
Paillis of Scyros(a pastoral from the Italiaa), 

z655. 
Poems, 1646. 

rolitician (The), a tragedy, 1655. 
Koyal Master (The), a comedy, 1638. 
St. Patrick for Ireland, part i. 1640. 
Sfhoole of Complement (The), a comedy, 1631. 
Sisters (The\ 1652. 

Tragedie of Chabot (The), 1639. (? Chapman.) 
Traytor (The), a tragedy, 1631. (By far his 

best play.) 
Triumph of Beautie (The), a masque, 1646. 
Triumph of Peace (The), a masque, 1633. 
^Vedding (The), a comedy, 1629. 
Wittie Faire One (The), a comedy, 1633. 
Young Admirall (The), a poem, 1633. 

(His Life, by Dyce, 1833.) 
S)tORT, M.D. (Thomas), 1708-1772. 
Chronological History of the Air, "Weather, 

etc., 1749. 
Comparative History of the Increase and 

Decrease of Mankind In England, 1767. 
ISIineral Waters of Derbyshire, etc. (The), 

1725. 
Short (Thomas Vowler), bishop of St. Asaph, 

born at Dawlish, in Devonshire, 1790-1872. 
Parochialia, 1842. 

Sketch of the History of the Church of Eng- 
land, 1854. 
SiiDCKFOED, D.D. (Samuel), historian, 1695- 

1754. 
Creation and Fall of Man, 1753. 
History of the World, 1728. (Esteemed.) 
SiBBALD, M.D. (Sir Robert), naturalist, born at 

Edinburgh, 1641-1722. 
Collection of Treatises concerning Scotland, 

1739. (Valuable.) 
History of Fifeshire and Kinross-shire, 1710. 
History of Linlithgow and Stirling, 1710. 
Port us Colonise, etc., 1711. 
Roman Antiquities in Scotland, 1707. 
Scotia Illustrata, 1684. (Of great merit.) 
Treatises concerning Scotland, 1739. 

(His Autobiography, 1837.) 
SiBBS, D.D. (Richard), 1577-1635. 
Beames of Divine Light (21 sermons), 1639. 
Bruised Reed and Smoaking Flax (The), 1631. 
Divine Meditation, 1638. 
Fountaine Sealed (The), 1627. 
Light from Heaven, 1638. 
Riches of Mercie, 1638. 
Saints' Cordials, etc., 1629. 
Soules Conflict with itselfe, 1635. 
Yea and Amen, 1638. 
SiBTHORP, M.D. (John), botanist, bom at Oxford, 

1758-1796. 
Flora Graeca, posthumous 1806-40. (Superb.) 
Flora Oxoniensis, 1794. 
SiONET (Algernon), republican statesman, Lon- 
don, 1622-1683. 
Discourses on Government, 1698. 

(His Life, by AVillis, 1751 ; S. W. Meadley, 
1813; R. C. Sidney, 1835; G. van Santvoord, 
U.S., 1851.) 
Sidney (Sir Philip), poet, bom at Penshurst, in 

Kent, 1554-1586. 
Apologie tor Poetrie (Au), 1595. 



Arcadia (an heroic romance), -16»d\ pub- 
lished 1590-93. 

Astrophel and Stella (a collection of songs), 
posthumous 1591. 

Defence of Poesie, 1583; published 1595. 
(His Life, by sir Fulke Greville, 1652 ; lord 

Brook, 1652 ; Dr. Zouch, 1808 ; Julius Lloyd, 

1862 ; H. R. Fox Bourne, 1862.) 
SiGOURNET (Mrs.), poetess, maiden name Lydia 
Huntly, " The American Hemans," bom at 
Norwich, U.S., 1791-1865. 

Lays of the Heart. 

I'leasant Memories of Pleasant Lands, 1842. 

Pocahontas, and other Poems. 

Sketch of Connecticut, 1824. 

Tales in Prose and Verse. 

Traits of the Aborigines (a poem), 1822. 
Simeon (Rev. Charles), born at Reading, in 
Berkshire, 1758-1836. 

Appeals to Men of Wisdom and Candour, 
posthumous 1839. 

Christian's Armour (A), posthumous 1841. 

Excellence of the Liturgy (The), 1812. 

Helps to Composition (600 skeleton sermons), 
1802. 

Horse Homileticae (21 vols.), 1832. 

Humiliation of the Son of God, posthumous 
1839. 

Offices of the Holy Spirit (The), posthumous 
1838. 
(His Memoirs, by M. M. Preston, 1840; 

Rev. W. Cams, 1847 ; Rev. J. WUliamsoii, 

1848.) 
Simeon op Durham, historian, 1061-1131. 

Historia Ecclesiae Dunheimensis, printed 1732. 

History of England from the Danish Invasiou, 
1130. (Continued by John, prior of Hex- 
ham.) 
SIMMS (William Gilmore),poe<, born at Charles- 
ton, in South Carolina, U.S., 1806-1870. 
Poetic and Dramatic. 

Areytos, or Songs of the Soul, 1860. 

Atalantis, a Story of the Sea, 1832. (His best.) 

Cain, and other Poems, 1829. 

Donna Anna, 1843. 

Early Lays, 1833. 

Grouped Thoughts, 1845. 

Lays of the Palmetto, 1848. 

Lyrical and other Poems, 1825. 

Michael Bonham (a drama). 

Norman Maurin (a drama). 

Poems, 1853. 

Southern Passages and Pictures, 1839. 

Tricolour (The), 1830. 

Vision of Cortes (The), 1829. 

Novels, Romances, and Tales (prose). 

Beauchamps (The), a local tale, lb42. 

Book of My Lady (The), 1833. 

Border Beagles (a local tale), 1840. 

Carl Werner, 1838. 

Cassique of Kiawah (historical novel), 1860. 

Castle Dismal, 1845. 

Charlemont (a local tale), 1856. 

Confession, or the Blind Heart, 1842. 

Count Julien (an historical novel), 1845. 

Damsel of Darien (The; historic novel, 1845^ 

Eutaw (a story of the m ir), 1856. 

Foragers (The), a story .)f the war, 1855. 

Golden Christmas (a local tale), 1852. 

Guy Rivers (a local tale), 1834. 

Helen Halsey (a local tale), 1845. 



1316 



SIMPSON — SLEEMAN. 



APPENDIX I. 



SINCLAIR — SLEEMAX. 



Katherine Walton (a revolutionary story), 

1851. 
Kinsman (The), a story of the war, 1841. 
Lily (The) and the Totem, 1845. (Huguenots.) 
Marie de Berniere, 1853. 
Maroon (The), and other Tales, 1858. 
Martin Faber (a story), 1833. 
Mellichamp (a revolutionary story), 1851. 
Partisan (The), a revolutionary story, 1835. 
Pelayo (an historical novel), 1838. 
Richard Hurdis (a local story), 1838. 
Scout (The), a story of the war, 1841. 
Vasconcelos (an historical novel), 1857. 
Wigwam and the Cabin (The), 1845-46. 
Woodcraft (a story of the war), 1855. 
Yemassee (an historical novel), 1835. 

Prose Works not Fictions. 
American Loyalists of the Revolution. 
Civil War in the South (The). 
History of South Carolina (The). 
Life of Captain John Smith. 
Life of Chevalier Bayard. 
Life of General Greene. 
Life of General Marion. 
Morals of Slavery. 
South Carolina in the Revolution. 
Views and Reviews of American Literature. 

N.B.— Several of these works are of great 
excellence. 
Simpson (John FaXgra-ve), novelist, born in Nor- 
folk, 1810- 
Gisella (a novel), 1847. 
Letters from the Danube, 1847. 
Life of Karl Maria von Weber, 1865. 
Lily of Paris, or the King's Nurse, 1848. 
Pictures of Revolutionary Paris, 1848. 
Second Love, and other Tales, 1846. 
Sybilla, or Step by Step (a drama). 
World (The) and the Stage (a drama). 
Simpson (Thomas), mathematician, born nt 

Market Bosworth, in Leicestershire, 1710- 

1761. 
Doctrine and Applications of Fluxions, 1750. 
Elements of Geometry, 1747. 
Mathematical Dissertations, 1743. 
Miscellaneous Tracts, 1754. 
Nature and Laws of Chance, 1740. 
New Treatise of Fluxions, 1737. 
Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical, 1748. 
Sims (Richard), antiquary, born at Oxford, 

1816- 
Autograph Miscellany, 1860-61. 
Handbook to Autographs, 1864-65. 
Handbook to the Library of the British 

Museum, 1856. 
Index to the Heralds' Visitations, 1854. 
Manual for the Genealogist, Topographer, 

Antiquary, etc., 1855. (With Netherclift.) 
SiMSON (Robert), mathematician, born at Kirton 

Hall, in Scotland, 1687-1768. 
Eidits Euclid's Elements of Geometry, 1758. 
Loci Plani of Apollonius restored, 1746. 

(His Life, by Dr. W. Trail, 1812.) 
SiMCLAiR (Miss Catherine), novelist, etc., born 

in Edinburgh, 1800-1864. 
Beatrice (a novel), 1850. 
Business of Life (The). 
Charlie Seymour. 
Heirs of the Caesars (The), 
mil and Valley (a tour in*\Vales), 1840 
Holiday House (TL-), 1839. 



Journey of Life, 1847. 
Lord and Lady Harcourt. 
Memoirs of the Flnglish Bible, 1858. 
Modern Accomplishments, 1836. 
Modern Flirtations, 1855. 
Modern Society, 1837. 
Scotland and the Scots, 1840. 
Shetland and the Shetlanders, 1840. 
Tour in Wales, 1853. 
.Sinclair (Ven. John), 1796-1875. 

Life and Times of Sir John Sinclair, 1837. 
Skeat (Rev. Walter William), etymologist, 

London, 1835- 
Etymological Dictionary of the English Lan- 
guage, 1879. 
Mffiso-Gothic Glossary (A), 1868. 
Tale of Ludlow Castle (A), a poem, 18C6. 

*^* He has edited several works for the 
Early Text Society. 
Skelton (Rev. John), poet laureate, bom in 

Norfolk, 1460-1529. 
Agaynste a Comely Coystrowne (printed by 

R. Pynson, no date). 
Bowge of Courte (The), a poetic invective 

(printed by Wynkyn de Worde, no date).. 
CoUyn Cloute (a satire on the clergy). 
Elegy on the Earl of Northumberland, 148. 
Goodly Garland (A), 1523. 
Magnyfycence (a play in rhyme), 1530. 
Maner of the World Nowadays (The), no date. 
Manerly Maistresse Margery (a ballad). 
Merie Tales, 1576. 
Nigramansir (The), 1504. 
On the Death of Kynge Edward the Forth,14 84. 
Phyllyp Sparowe (a poem of 1400 lines on a 

sparrow killed by a cat), no date. 
Speke Parot (The), no date. 
Speculum Principis (no date). 
Tunnyng of p]lynor Rummyn (alewife at 

Leatherhead, in Surrey), a poem, no date. 
Ware the Hawke (no date). 
Why come ye not to Courte ? (an attack on 
Wolsey, in verse, running to 1300 lines). 

(Memoir, by Rev. Alexander Dyce, 1843.) 
Skene (William Forbes), antiquary, born at 

Inverie, in Scotland, 1S09- 
Celtic Scotland (ancient Alban), 1876. 
Chronicles of the Picts and Scots, 1868. 
Church and Culture, 1877. 
Coronation Stone (The), 1869. 
Dean of Lismore's Book, etc., 1862. 
Four Ancient Books of Wales (Cymric poetry), 

1869. 
Highlanders of Scotland (The), 1837. 
History of Ethnology, 1876. 
Land and the People (The), 1880. 
Skinner (Rev. John), poet, Scotland, 1721-1807. 
Dis,sertation on Job's Prophecy, 1757. 
Ecclesiastical History of Scotland, 1788. 
Tullochgorum (a song in praise of the Scotch 
reel). 

(His Memoirs, by his son, 1809; H. G. 
Reid, 1859.) 
Skinner, M.D (Stephen), philologist, London^ 

1623-1667. 
Etymologicon Linguse Anglicanae, 1671. 
Sleeman (Sir William Henry), born in Corn- 
wall, 1788-1856. 
Diary in Oude, 1852. 
Rambles and Recollections of an Indian 

Officer, 1843. 



SLOAJS'E — SMITH. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



SMILES — SMITH. 



1817 



Sloanb, M.D. (Sir Hans), botanist and collector 

of natural history, Ireland, 1660-1753. 
Natural History of Jamaica, 1707-25. 

%* The collection of sir Hans Sloane was 
purchased by the 8tate, and was the nucleus 
of the British Museum. There were 60,000 
books, 3560 MSS., besides his vast museum of 
natural history. 
Smaet (Benjamin Humphrey), lexicographer, 

etc., 1787-1872. 
Edits Walker's Pronouncing Dictionary, 

183a. 
Introduction to Grammar, 1858. 
Manual of Logic, 1849. 
Outlines of Seniatology, 1831, 1837, 1839. 
Thought and Language, 1855. 
Smakt (Christopher), poet, Kent, 1722-1770. 
Grateful Fair (The), 1747. (The last play ever 

performed before either of the universities.) 
Hannah, 1764. 
Hilliad (The), 1753. (A satire on John 

Hill.) 
Hop Garden (The), two Georgics in Miltonic 

verse. 
Horace translated, 1756. 
Hymn to the Supreme Being, 1756. 
Ode to the Earl of ^North umber land, 1764. 
Parables in Familiar Verse (The), 1768. 
Poems, 1752, 1763. 
Poetical Essays on the Divine Attributes, 1750- 

1755. {Eternity, 1750 ; Immensity, 1751 ; 

Omnipresence, 1752; Omnipotence, 175.3; 

Goodness, 1755.) 
Smartiad (The), 1753. 
Song to David, 1763. 
Trip to Cambridge, 1747. 
Smart (Hawley), novelist, *- 
Bitter in the Rhtnd, 1871. 
Bound to Win, 1877. 
Breezie Langton, 1869. 
Broken Bonds, 1874. 
Cecile, 1871. 

<3ourtship (18th century, etc.), 1876. 
False Cards, 1872. 
Race for a Wife, 1870. 
Sunshine and Snow, 1879. 
Smkdlet (Rev. Edward), poef, etc., 1789-1836. 
Erin (a descriptive poem), 1814. 
Jephtha (a poem), 1815. 
Jonah (a poem), 1815. 
Marriage in Cana (a poem), 1828. 
Poems (with a memoir of his life), 1837. 
Prescience (a poem), 1828. 
Sketches from Venetian History, 1831-32. 
Smeolet (Francis Edward), novelist, born at 

Marlow, in Buckinghamshire, 1818-1864. 
Frank Fairleigh, 1850. 
Gathered Leaves, 1865. 
Harry Coverdale's Courtship, 1854. 
Lewis Arundel, 1852. 
Smedley (Menella Bute), poet, etc., *- 
Linnet's Trials, 1864. 
Mere Story (A), 1869. 
Other Folks' Lives, 1869. 
Poems, 1869. 

Twice Lost, and other Tales, 1863. 
Two Dramatic Poems, 1874, 
SiiEETON ^George), about 1785-1830. 
Biographia Curiosa, 1820. 
Lives, etc., of Remarkable Characters, 1814. 
Kepriui uf Raxe uud Curious Tracts, 1820. 



Smiles, LL.D. (Samuel), biographer, born At 

Haddini;ton, in Scotland, 1816- 
Baker of Thurso (The), 1878. 
Character, 1871. (Sequel to " Self-Help." ) 
George Moore (philanthropist), 1878. 
Huguenots in England and Ireland, 1867. 
Huguenots in France, 1874. 
Industrial Biography, 1863. 
Life of George Stephenson, 1857. 
Life of Robert Dick (geologist, etc.), is;s. 
Lives of Boulton and Watt, 1865. 
Lives of the Engineers, 1862. 
Physical Education, 1837. 
Railway Property, 1849. 
Scotch Naturalist, 1876. 
Self-Help, 1860. 
Thrift, 1875. 
Workmen's Earnings, Strikes, and Wagea, 

1861. 
Smith, LL.D. (Adam), political economist, born 

at Kirkaldy, in Scotland. 1723-1790. 
Dissertation on the Origin of Languages. 
Essay on Philosophical Subjects, 1795. 
Letter to Mr. Strahan, 1777. 
Rights of Great Britain asserted against the 

Claims of America, 1776. 
Theory of Moral Sentiments, 1759. 
Wealth of Nations, 1776. (His great work.) 

(His Life, by Smellie, 1800 ; Playfair, 1805 ; 

Dugald Stewart, 1812; lord Brougham, 1845.) 

Smith (Albert Richard), novelist, etc., born at 

Chertsey, in Middlesex, 1816-1860. 
Adventures of Mr. Ledbury (a novel). 
Ascent of Mont Blanc, begun 1852. (An 

entertainment repeated till his death.) 
Ballet Girl (The). 
Christopher Tadpole (a novel). 
Evening parties (a sketch). 
Flirt (The), a sketch. 
Gent (The), a sketch. 
Idler upon Town (The). 
Marchioness of Brinvilliers (a novel). 
Month at Constantinople (A). 
Overland Mail (The), 1850. 
Pottleton Legacy (The), a novel, 
Scattergood Family ( The), a novel. 
Stuck-up People. 
Wassail Bowl (The). 
Smith (Alexander), poet, bom at Kilmarnock, 

in Scotland, 1830-1867. 
Alfred Hagarth's Husband (a novel), 1865. 
City Poems, 1857. 
Dreamthorpe (in prose), 1863. 
Edwin of Deira, 1861. 
Last Leaves, posthumous 1868. 
Life-drama (A), and other Poems, 1853. 
Sonnets on the Crimean War, 1855. (With 

S. Dobell.) 
Summer in Skye (in prose), 1865. 

(His Life, by P. P. Alexander, 1868.) 
Smith (Charles Roach), antiquary, bom at 

Landguard, in the Isle of Wight, 1804- 
Antiquities of Richborough, etc., 1850 ; with 

supplements on Pevensey, etc., 1852-58. 
Collectanea Antiqua, 1843-63. 
Roman London, 1859. 
Smith (Charlotte), maiden name Turner, j»e<e« J 

and novelist, 1749-1806. 
Banished Man (The), a novel, 1794. 
Celestina (a novel), 1791. 
Desidond (a novel), 1792. 



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APPENDIX I. 



Elegiac Sonnets, 1784. 
Emigrants (The), a poem, 1793. 
Emmeline (a novel), 1788. 
Ethelinda (a novel), 1789. 
Marchment (a novel), 1796. 
Montalbert (a novel), 1802. 
Old Manor House (The), a novel, 1793. 
Romance of Real Life, 1786. 
Rural Walks (in dialogue), 1795. 
Solitary Wanderer (The), 1799. 
Wanderings of Warwick (The), 1794. 
Young Philosopher (The), 1798. 
Smith, LL.D. (Goldwin), born at Reading, in 

Berkshire, 1823- 
Does the Bible sanction American Slavery ? 

1864. 
Empire (The), 1862-63. 
England and America, 1865. 
Irish History and Irish Character, 1861. 
Lectures on Modern History, 1869. 
Rational Religion, etc., 1858. 
Three English Statesmen, Pym, Cromwell, 

and Pitt (The), 1867. 
Smith (Horace), poet and novelist, London, 1779- 

1849. 
Adam Brown, the Merchant (a novel), 1843. 
Arthur Arundel (a novel), 1844. 
Brambletye House (a novel), 1826. 
Festivals, Games, etc., of all Nations, 1831. 
First Impressions (a comedy), 1813. 
Gaieties and Gravities, 1825. 
Gale Middleton (a novel), 1833. 
Horace in London, 1813. 
Horatio, or Memoirs of the Davenport Family 

(a novel), 1807. 
Involuntary Prophet (The), 1835. 
Jane Lomax, or a Mother's Crime, 1837. 
Love's Mesmerism (a novel), 1845. 
Midsummer Medler, 1830. 
Moneyed Man, etc. (The), a novel, 1841. 
New Forest (The), a novel, 1829. 
Oliver Cromwell (a novel), 1840. 
Poetical Works (collected), 1846. 
Rejected Addresses, 1812. (With his brother 

James.^ 
Reuben Apsley (a novel), 1827. 
Runaway (The), a novel, 1813. 
Tales of the Early Ages, 1832. 
Tin Trumpet (The), 1836. 
Tor Hill (a novel), 1827. 
Trevanion, or Matrimonial Errors (a novel), 

1813. 
Walter Colyton (a novel), 1830. 
Zillah. a Tale of the Holy City, 1828. 
Smith (Rev. Isaac Gregory), Manchester, 1826- 
Characterlstics of Christian Morality, 1873. 
Epitome of the Life of Christ, 1867. 
Faith and Philosophy, 1867. 
Fra Angelico, and other Poems, 1871. 
Silver Bells (The), 1869. 
Smith (James), agriculturist, bom at Glasgow, 

in Scotland, 1789-1850. 
Thorough Draining and Deep Ploughing, 

1831. 
Smith, M.D. (Sir James Edward), botanist, born 

at Norwich, 1759-1828. 
English Botany, 1792-1807. 
Exotic Botany, 1804-5. 
Flora Britannica, 1800-4. 
Grammar of Botany (A), 1821. 
Icones Pictaa Plantarum Rariorum, 1790-93. 



Introduction to Physiological Botany, 1807. 
Plantarum Icones Hactenus Ineditse, 1789-9CI 
Specimens of the Botany, etc., of New Hol- 
land, 1793-94. 
Spicilegium Botanicum, 1792. 
Tour on the Continent, 1793. 

(His Memoirs, by lady Smith, 1832.) 
Smith (Captain John), one of the founders of 

Virginia, born in Lincolnshire, 1579-1631. 
Generall Historie of Virginia, etc., 1626. 
Travels, 1630. 

True Relation of Occurrences in Virginia, 
1608. 

(His Life, by W. C. Simms, U.S., 1846 ; 
Hill, 1858.) 
Smith, D.D. (John), Celtic scholar, of Cam- 

poelton, born in Argyllshire, 1747-1807. 
Dissertation on the Authenticity of Ossian's 

Poems, 1782. 
Essay on Gaelic Antiquities, 1780. 
Last Judgment (The), 1783. 
Life of St. Columba, 1798. 
Smith, D.D. (John Pye), bom at Sheffield, in 

Yorkshire, 1774-1851. 
First Lines of Christian Theology, 1854. 
Mosaic Account of the Creation and the 

Deluge, illustrated by the Discoveries of 

Modern Science, 1830. 
On the Sacrifice and Priesthood of Jesus 

Christ, 1828. 
Relation between Holy Scriptures and Some 

Parts of Geological Science, 1834. 
Scripture and Geology, 1839. 
Scripture Testimony to the Messiah, 1818-21. 

(His Life, by Medway, 1853; Dr. Eadie, 
1859.) 
Smith (John Thomas), antiquary, London, 1766- 

1833. 
Ancient Topography of London, 1810-15. 
Antiquities of London and its Environs, 1791- 

1800. (His chief work.) 
Antiquities of Westminster, 1807. 
Book for a Rainy Day, 1845. 
Cries of London, 1839. 
Nollekens and his Times, 1828. 
Tag, Rag, and Bobtail, 1800. 
Vagabondiana, or Anecdotes of London Vaga- 
bonds, 1820. 
Smith (Joseph), founder of the Latter-day 

Saints, born at Sharon, U.S., 1805-1844. 
Book of Mormon, 1830. (Said to be a pla- 
giarism of Solomon Spalding's romance The 

Manuscript Found.) 
Smith (Rev. Joseph Denham), Congregational 

minister, born at Romsey, in Hampshire, 

1816- 
Connemara, 1853. 
Life Truths, 1866. 
Oliver Cromwell, 1850. 
Rhine and the Reformation (The), 1852. 
Voice from the Alps (A), 1854. 
Winnowed Grain, 1862. 
Smith, D.D. (Robert), mathematician, 1689-1768. 
Complete System of Optics, 1738. 
Harmonia Mensurarum, 1722. 
Harmonics, 1748. 
Smith, Phil. Doc. (Robert Angus), chemist. 

bora near Glasgow, in Scotland. 1817- 
Air and Rain, 1872. 
History of the Atomic Theory. 
(Life of DaltoQ. 



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SMITH — SOMERVILLE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. smyth— somervii.le. 1319 



Smith, D.D. (Robert Payne), orientalist, born 

in Gloucestershire, ]818- 
Messianij Interpretation of the Prophecies of 

Isaiah, 1862. 
Prophecy as a Preparation for Christ, 1869. 

(Bampton Lectures.) 
Smith (Rev. Sydney), wit, born at Woodford, in 

Essex, 1771-1845. 
Petf^r Plymley's letters, 1807. 
Sermons, 1800, 1809, 1846. 
Sketches of Moral Philosophy, posthumous 

1850. 
Wit and Wisdom of Sydney Smith, posthu- 
mous 1861. 
Works, 1839-40. 

(His Life, by lady Holland, 1858.) 
Smith, D.D. (Thomas), historian, etc., London, 

1638-1710. 
Account of the Greek Church, 1680. 
Catalogus Librorum MSS. Bibliothecae, Cot- 

tonianae, 1696. 
Diatriba de Chaldaicis Paraphrastis, 1662. 
Inscriptiones Grjecae Palmyrenorum, 1698. 
Manners, etc., of the Turks, 1678. 
Miscellanea, 1686-92. 
Syntagma de Druidum Moribus, 1664. 
Vitae Quorundam . . . Illustrium Virorum, 

1707. 
Smith, M.D. (Thomas Southwood), born in 

Somersetshire, 1788-1861. 
Animal Physiology. 
Divine Government (The), 1814. 
Philosophy of Health (The), 1834. 
Treatise on Fever, 1830. 
Smith (Toulmin), antiquary, born at Birming- 
ham, in Warwickshire, 1816-1869. 
Discovery of America by Northmen, 1839. 
English Guilds, 1870. 
Parallels between the Constitutional History 

of England and Hungary, 1840. 
Parish (The), 1S54. 
Smith, D.D. (William), bom at Worcester, 

1711-1787. 
Poetical Works, posthumous 1791. 
Sermons on the " Beatitudes," 1782. 
Translated Lon^rinMs, 1739 ; Thucydides, 1753. 
Smith, LL.D. (William), geologist, born in 

Oxfordshire, 1769-1839. 
Geological Map of England and Wales, etc., 

1815. 
Strata identified by . . . Fossils, 1816-19. 
Stratigraphical System of . . . Fossils, 1817. 

(His Life, by John Phillips, 1844.) 
Smith (Dr. William), London, 1814- 
Editor of 
Atlas of Biblical and Classical Geography, 

1875. 
Dictionary of Christian Biography, 1876-81. 

(With Wace.) 
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 

1840-42. 
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography 

and Mythology, 1843-49. 
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography, 

1852-57. 
Dictionary of the Bible, 1860-63. 
New Classical Dictionary, 1850. 
Smollett, M.D. (Tobias), novelist and historian, 

bom at Cardross, in Scotland, 1721-1771. 
Adventures of an Atom (a political satire), 

1769. ^ 



Advice (a satire), 1746. 

Alceste (an opera), 1 747. 

Compendium of Voyages and Travels, 1757. 

Essay on the .External Use of Water, etc., 

1752. 
Ferdinand Count Fathom (a novel), 1753. 
History of England, firom the Landing of 

Caesar to the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle. 

1757 ; continuation to the last year of 

publication, 1761-65. 
Humphry Clinker, 1771. (His last work and 

best novel.) 
Ode to Independence, 1773. 
Peregrine Pickle (a novel), 1751. 
Present State of all Nations, 1763. 
Regicide (The), a tragedy, 1749. 
Reprisals, or the Tars of Old England (a 

comedy in two acts), 1757. 
Reproof (The), a satire, 1747. 
Roderick Random (a novel), 1748. 
Sir Launcelot Greaves (a novel), 1760-61. 
Tears of Caledonia, 1746. 
Translation of Don Quixote, 1755. 
Travels through France and Italy, 1766. 

(His Life, by Dr. Anderson, 1797; W. 
Roscoe, 1845; Dr. J. Moore, 1872; sir W. 
Scott; R. Chambers, etc.) 
Smtth (William), historian, bom at Liverpool, 

1764-1849. 
English Lyricks, 1806. 
Evidences of Christianity, 1845. 
French Revolution (The), 1840. 
Lectures on Modern History, 1840. 
Memoirs of Sheridan, 1840. 
Smyth (William Henry), Westminster, ll€8- 

1865. 
Cycle of Celestial Objects, 1844. 
Mediterranean (The), 1854. 
Nautical Dictionary, 1867. 
Sxow, M.D. (John), born at York, 1813-1858. 
Chloroform and other Anaesthetics, 1858. 
Mode of Communication of Cholera, 1849. 
SoANE (Sir John), architect and founder of 

Soane's Museum, born at Reading, in Berk- 
shire, 1753-1837. 
Civil Architecture, 1829. 
Designs for Public and Private Buildings, 

1828. 
Designs in Architecture, 1793. 
Plans of Buildings executed, 1788. 
Solly (Edward), London, 1819- 

Syllabus of Chemistry, 1849. 
Solly (Samuel), 1805-1871. 
On the Human Brain, 1845. 
Surgical Experiences, 1865. 
SoMERviLLE (William), poet, bom at Edston, in 

Warwickshire, 1692-1742. 
Chase (The), in blank verse, 1735. 
Field Sports, 1742. 

Hobbinolia (burlesque in blank verse), 1740. 
Two Springs (The), 1725. 
Somerville (Mrs.), maiden name Mary Fairfax, 

born in Roxburghshire, Scotland, 1780- 

1872. 
Connection of the Physical Sciences (The), 

1834. (Her chief work.) 
Mechanism of the Heavens, 1831. (Summary 

of La Place's work.) 
Molecular and Microscopic Science, 1851. 
Personal Recollections, etc., posthumous 187a 
Physical Geography, 1848. 



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SOMNER — SOWERBY. 



APPENDIX I. 



SOUTHEY — SOWERBY. 



SOMNEK (William), antiquary, born at Canter- 
bury, 1606-1669. 

Antiquities of Canterbury, 1640. (Excellent.) 

Dictionarium Saxonico - Latino - Auglicum, 
1659. 

Julii Cffisaris Portus Iccius, 1694. 

Roman Ports and Forts in Kent, 1693. 

Treatise ©n Gavelkind, 1660. 
(His Life, by bishop Kennett, 1693.) 
SoTHEBY (Samuel Leigh), typographical anti- 
quary, 1806-1861. 

Principia Typographica, 1858. 
SoTHEBY (William), ^oe«, London, 1757-1833. 

Battle of the Nile (The), a poem, 1799. 

Constance of Castile (a poem), 1810. 

Farewell to Italy, and other Poems, 1818. 

Italy, and other Poems, 1828. 

Julian and Agnes (a tragedy), 1801. 

Orestes (a tragedy), 1802. 

Saul (a poem in blank verse), 1807. 

Tour through Parts of Wales (A), 1789. 

Translated in English verse. Homer's Iliad, 
1831; Virgil's Georgics, 1800; Wieland's 
Oberon, 1798. 
South, D.D. (Robert), born at Hackney, near 
London, 1633-1716. 

Animadversions on Dr. Sherlock's Vindica- 
tion of the Doctrine of the Trinity, 1693. 

Laitie instructed (The), 1660. 

Musica Incantans, 1655. 

Posthumous Works, 1717. 

Sermons, 1678-1715. 
SooTHCOTT (Joanna), born in Devonshire, 1750- 
1814. 

Book of Wonders (in five parts), 1813-14. 

Warning to the Whole World, 1803. 
Southern E (Thomas), dramatist, born at Ox- 
mantown, in Ireland, 1660-1746. 
%* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
SouTHESK (the earl of), poet, etc., 1827- 

Greenwood's Farewell, and other Poems, 1876. 

Jonas Fisher (a poem), 1875. 

Meda Maiden (The), and other Poems, 1877. 

Saskatchewan and the Rocky Mountains, 1875. 
SouTHEY, LL.D. (Robert), poet, born at Bristol, 
1774-1843. 

Poetical Works. 

All for Love, or a Sinner Well Saved (in nine 
parts), 1829. 

Battle of Blenheim (a ballad), 1798. 

Bishop Bruno (a ballad), 1798. 

Bishop Hatto (eaten by rats), a ballad, 1799. 

Botany Bay Eclogues (four in number), 1794. 

Carmen Triumphale, 1815. 

Cataract of Lodore (word-painting), 1820. 

Curse of Kehama (in 24 subdivisions), 1809. 

Devil's Walk (The), a ballad, 1820. 

English Eclogues (nine in number, blank 
verse), 1798-1803. 

Roily Tree (The), an ode, 1798. 

Inchcape Rock (The), a ballad, 1802. 

Joan of Arc (an epic, in 10 books), 1795. 

Madoc (an epic, in two parts), 1805. (Part i. 
contains 18 subdivisions, part ii. 27.) 

Mary, the Maid of the Inn (a ballad), 1796. 

Metrical Tales, 1804. 

Old Woman of Berkeley (a ballad), 1798. 

Pig (Defence of the), a colloquial poem, in 
blank verse, 1798. 

PiloTim of Compostella (The), in four parts, 
1J529. 



Roderick, the Ijast of the Goths (in 24 sub- 
divisions, blank verse), begun 1809, and 
finished 1814. 

St. Patrick's Purgatory (a ballad), 1801. 

Tale of Paraguay (A), in four cantos, Spen- 
serian metre, 1814. 

Thalaba the Destroyer (an epic, in 12 books, 
in rhythm, irregular metre), 1800. 

Vision of Judgment (in 12 subdivisions, hexa- 
meters), 1822. CThe apotheosis of George. 
III.) 

Wat Tyler (a drama), 1817. 

Well of St. Keyne (The), a ballad, 1798. 
Prose Works. 

Book of the Church, 1824. 

Commonplace Book, posthumous 1849-51. 

Correspondence, posthumous 1849-50. 

Doctor (The), a novel, 1834. 

Essays, 1832. 

History of Brajiil, 1810-\9. 

History of the Peninsular War, 1822-32. 

Letters from England, 1807. 

Life of Dr. Andrew Bell, 1844. 

Life of Bunyan, 1830. 

Life of Cromwell, 1844. 

Life of Lord Nelson, 1813. 

Ijife of John Wesley, 1820. 

Lives of the English Admirals, 1833-40. 

Naval History of England, 1833-40. 
(His I^lfe, by his son, C. C. Southey, 1849- 

1850; Browne, 1854; Dowden, 1880.) 
SouTHEY (Mrs. Robert), the poet's second 
wife, maiden name Caroline Anne Bowles, 
poetess, 1786-1854. 

Chapters on Churchyards, 1829. 

Ellen Fitzarthur, 1820. 

Solitary Hours, 1839. 

Widow's Tale (The). 
Southwell (Robert), poet, born in Norfolk, 
1560-1595. 

Epistle of Comfort, etc., posthumous 1605. 

Mffionife, 1595. 

Marie Magdalen's Funerall Teares, 1594. 

St. Peter's Complaynt, and other Poems, 
1593. 

Short Rule of Good Life, posthumous 1606. 

Supplication to Queen Elizabeth, 1593. 

Triumphs over Death, 1595. 
SouTHWORTH (Emma), novelist, born at Wash- 
ington, U.S., 1818- 

Deserted Wife (The), 1856. 

Foster Sister (The), 1852. 

Hickory Hall, 1855. 

Retribution, 1849. 
SowERBY (George Brettingham), conchologist, 
London, 1788-1854. 

Conchological Manual, 1839. 

Genera of Recent and of Fossil Shells, 1820^24. 

Manual of Conchology, 1839. 

Popular British Conchology, 1854. 

Species Conchyliorum, 1830. 
SowERBY (George Brettingham), conchologisL, 
son of the above, 1812- 

Conchological Illustrations, 1841-45. , 

Illustrated Index of British Shells. is59. 

Popular British Conchology, 1855. 

Popular Guide to the Aquarium, 1857. 

Thesaurus Conchyliorum, 1842-82. 
SowEUBY (James), naturalist, Loudon, 1757* 
1822. 

British Mineralogy, 1804-17. 



SPALDING — SPURGEON. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. SPENCER — 8PURGEON. 1321 



English Botany, 1790-1820. (With sir J. E. 

Sniitli.) 
Knglisli Fungi, 1797-1809. 
Genera of . . . Shells, 1822-34. 
Mineral Conchology of Great Britain, 1812-41. 
Spalding rSamuel), London, 1807-1834. 
Philosophy of Christian Morals, 1834. 
Spakks (Jar'^d), historian. Unitarian minister, 
born at ^V'ilIington, U.S., 1789-1866. 
American Almanac, 1830. 
Comparative Moral Tendencies of the Trini- 
tarian and Unitarian Doctrines, 1821. 
Correspondence of the American Revolution, 

1854. 
Diplomatic Correspondence of the American 

Revolution, 1829-30. 
History of the American Revolution, 1845 
Library of American Biography, 1834-48. 
Lifeof Ledyard, the American Traveller, 1828. 
Life of Governor Morris, 1832. 
Life of Washington, 1833-40. 
Spectator (The), a review and newspaper, 

issued weekly, started 1828. 
Speev (John), historian, born in Cheshire, 1542- 
1629. 
Clowd of Witnesses (A), 1616. 
Genealogies of Scripture, 1640. 
History of Great Britaine under the Romans, 

Saxons, Danes, and Normans, 1611. 
Prospect of the most Famous Parts of the 

World (A), 1631. 
Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine, 1611. 
Speke (Captain John Banning), African ex- 
plorer, born near Bideford, in Devonshire, 
1827-1864. 
Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the 

Nile, 1863. 
What led to the Discovery of the Source of 
the Nile, 1864. 
Spelman (Sir Henry), antiquary, born in Nor- 
folk, 1562-1641. 
Concilia, Decreta, etc., in re Ecclesiastica 

Orbis Britaunici, 1639-64. 
De Sepultura, 1616. 
Glossarium Archaiologlcum, 1626. 
Reliquiffi, 1698. 
(His Life, by Edmund Gibson, 1723.) 
Spence (Rev. Joseph), born at ^^ingsclere, in 
Hampshire, 1699-1758. 
Essay on Pope's Odyssey, 1727. 
Life of Blacklock, 1754. 
Moralities (essays, fables, translations, etc.), 

1753. 
Observations, Anecdotes, etc. (men and books), 

1820. 
Parallel between Magliabecchi and Robert 

Hill, 1758. 
Polymetis, 1747. 
(His Life, by Singer, 1820.) 
Spence (William), entomologist, 1783-1860. 

Introduction to Entomology, 1815-26. 
Spkncek (Herbert), born at Derby, 1820- 
Ceremonial Institutions, 1879. 
Classification of the Sciences, 1864. 
Data of Ethics, 1879. 
Descriptive Sociology, 1873. 
Education, 1861. 
Essays, 1858-63. 
First Principles, 1862. 
Principles of Biologv, 1864. 
Pruiciples of Psychology, 1855. 



Proper Sphere of Government, 1842. 

Recent Discussions in Science, Pliiloeophy, 
and Morals, 1871. 

Sins of Trade and Commerce, 1875. 

Social Statics, 1851. 

Spontaneous Generation, 1870. 

Study of Sociology, 1869. 
Spencek, D.D. (John), born at Bocton, in Kent, 
1630-1695. 

De Legibus Hebraeorum Rltualibus, 1685. (To 
show that the Mosaic laws were Egyptian.) 

De Urim et Thummim, 1678. 

Discourse concerning Prodigies, 1663. 
Spenser (Edmund), poet, Loudon, 1553-1599. 

Astrophel (a pastoral elegy), 1594. 

Colin Clout's come Home again, 1591. ' 

Court of Cupid. (Lost.) 

Daphnaiada (an elegy, in seven fits), 1592. 

Dreams, 1580. (Lost.) 

Dying Pelican, 1580. (Lost.) 

Epithalamium (a marriage song), 1595. 

Faery Queen (in six allegories, partly con- 
nected), i.-iii. 1590; iv.-vi. 1596. 

Four Hymns (viz. Love, Beauty, Heavenly 
Love, and Heavenly Beauty), 1596. 

7 legends. (Lost.) 

Mother Hubberd's Tale (in rhyme), 1591. 

I\I uiopotmos, or the Fate of the Butterfly (in 
55 stanzas, eight lines each), 1590. 

Prothalamion (spousal verses), 1596. 

Purgatory of Lovers. (Lost.) 

Ruins of Rome (the 33 sonnets of Bellay 
translated), 1590. 

Ruins of Time (in 97 Spenserian stanzas), 1590. 

Shepheardes Calendar (in 12 eclogues), 1579. 

Slomber, 1579. (Lost.) 

Sonnets, 1592-93. (Lost.) 

Tears of the Muses (in 6-line stanzas), 1590. 

Virgil's Gnat, 1588. (Culex.) 

Visions of the World's Vanity (in 12 sonnets), 
1590. 
(Nine comedies all lost.) 
In Prose. 

View of the State of Ireland, posthumous 1633. 
(His Life, by Hughes, 1715; Birch, 1751; 

Church, 1758; Todd, 1805; Dr. Aikin, 1806; 

Robinson, 1825; J. Mitford, 1839; Q. L. 

Craik, 1845; Masterman, 1848; GilfiUau, 

1859 ; J. P. Collier, 1862.) 
Spiers (Alexander), born at Gosport, in Hamp- 
shire, 1808- 

General French and English Dictionary, 1849. 

Studies of English Poetry, 1835. 
Spottiswoode (John), archbishop of St. An- 
drews, born in Scotland, 1565-1639. 

History of the Church of Scotland, 1655. 

Refutatio Libelli de Regimine Ecclesiae Scoti- 
canae, 1620. 
(His Life, by bishop Russell, 1847.) 
Spottiswoode, LL.D. (William), London, 1825- 

Polarisation of Light, 1874. 
Sprat (Thomas), bishop of Rochester, bom at 
Tallaton, in Devonshire, 1636-1713. 

Accounts of the Rye-house Plot, 1685. 

History of the Royal Society, 1667. 

Plague of Athens, 1659. 

Poem on the Death of Cromwell, 1659. 
Spurgeon (Rev. Charles Haddon), Baptist 
minister, born at Kelvedon, in Essex, 1834- 

Birthday Book (Spurgeou's), 1879. 

Comments and Commcutariee, 1876. 



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8QUIER — STANLEY. 



APPENDIX I. 



STANHOPE — STANLEY. 



Evening by Evening, 1868. 

Feathers for Arrows, 1870. 

Flashes of Thought, 1874. 

Gleanings among the Sheaves, 1859 

Interpreter (The), 1873. 

John Ploughman's Pictures, 1881. 

John Ploughman's Talk, 1869. 

Lectures to my Students, 1875, 1877. 

Memorial Volume, 1879. 

Metropolitan Tabernacle (The), its History 

and Work, 1875. 
Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit (The), a peri- 
odical, started 1855. 
Morning by Morning, 1865. 
Our Own Hymn-book, 1866. 
Saint and his Saviour (The), 1857. 
Shilling Series, 1877-1882. 
Smooth Stones. 
Speeches, 1878. 
Spurgeon's Gems, 1859. 
Sword and the Trowel (The), a periodical, 

started 1865. 
Treasury of David (The), 1869-78. (Not 

complete in 1882.) 
Trumpet Calls, etc., 1875. 
Types and Emblems, 1873. 

N.B. — Above 1700 sermons published, not 
under the sanction or supervision of the 
preacher. 

(Supplied by the publisher, at the written 
request of Mr. Spurgeon, as a personal 
favour, Feb. 2, 1882.) 
Squier (Ephraim George) archceologist, born at 

Bethlehem, in New York, U.S., 1821- 
Aboriginal Monuments of New York, 1849. 
Authors who have written on the Aboriginal 

Languages of Central America, 1861. 
Nicaragua, etc., 1852. 
Peru . . . Explorations in the Laud of the 

Incas, 1850. 
Smithsonian Contribution, etc., 1840. 
States of Central America, 1857. 
Tropical Fibres, 1861. 
Waikna (a story), 1855. 
Stackhouse (John), botanist, *-1819. 
Nereis Britannica, 1795. 
Edits Theophrastus on Plants, 1811. 
Stackhouse (Rev. Thomas), 1680-1752. 
Comment on the Apostles' Creed, 1747. 
Complete Body of . . . Divinity, 1743. 
History of the Bible, 1732. (Esteemed.) 
Memoir of Bishop Atterbury, 1727. 
Stafford (Anthony), 1570-1641. 
Day of Salvation (The), 1635. 
Female Glory, 1635. (The Virgin Mary.) 
Guide to Honour (The^, 1634. 
Heavenly Dogge (The), 1605. (Diogenes.) 
Life of Lord Stafford, 1640. 
Meditations, etc., 1612. 
Niobe, or the Age of Teares, 1611. 
Stainer, Mus.D. (John), London, 1840- 

Theory of Harmony (The), 1871. 
Stair (Sir James Dalrymple, first viscount of), 

born in Ayrshire, Scotland, 1619-1695. 
Decisions of the Court of Sessions, 1684-87. 
Institutions of the Laws of Scotland, 1681, 
Phisiologia Nova Experimentalis, 1686. 
Vindication of the Divine Perfections, 1695. 
Stanfield, R.A. (Clarkson), born at Sunderland, 

1798-1867. 
Battle of Trafalgar. 1836: Castello d'Ischia, 



1841 ; Market-boats on the Scheldt. 1826 ; 

Mazerbo and Lucello, Gulf of Venice, 1843 ; 

Mount St. Michael, Cornwall, 1830; A 

Skirmish off Heligoland, 1867; Wreckers 

off Fort Rouge, Calais, 1827. 
Stanhope (Charles, third earl), mechanical in- 
ventor, London, 1753-1816. 
Treatise on Electricity, 1779. 
Stanhope, D.D. (George), bom at Hartshorne, 

in Derbyshire, 1660-1728. 
Boyle Lectures, 1706. 
Paraphrase, etc., on the Epistles and Gospels, 

1705. 
Translated Imitatio Christi, 1696 ; Marcus 

Aurelius's Meditations ; and Epictetas, 

1700. 
STANHOPE(LadyHesterLucy),London,1776-1839. 
Memoirs, posthumous 1845-46. 

(Her Life, by Dr. Meryon, 1843.) 
Stanhope (Philip Henry, earl), historian, born 

at Walmer, in Kent, 1805-1875. 
Court of Spain under Charles II. (The), 1844, 
Historical Essays, 1848. 
History of England, from the Peace of Utrecht 

to the Peace of Versailles, 1836-52. (His 

best work.) 
History of the Reign of Queen Anne to the 

Peace of Utrecht, 1870. 
History of the Rise of our Indian Empire, 18r)8. 
History of the War of Succession in Spam, 

1832. 
Life of Belisarius, 1849. 
Life of Jeanne d'Arc. 
Life of Louis, Prince of Conde, 1845. 
Life of Sir R. Peel, 1856-57. 
Life of W. Pitt. 
Stanley, D.D. (Arthur Penrhyn), born at 

Alderley, in Cheshire, 1815-1881. 
Athanasian Creed (The), 1871, 
Christian Institutions, 1881. 
Epistles to the Corinthians (The), 1854. 
Essays on Church and State, 1870. 
Historical Memorials of Canterbury, 1854. 
Historical Memorials of Westminster Abbey, 

1867. 
History of the Eastern Church, 1861. 
History of the Jewish Church, 1863, 1865. 
Lectures on the Church of Scotland, 1872. 
Life of Dr. Arnold, 1844. 
Life of Bishop Stanley (his father), 1850. 
Life of Edward and Catherine Stanley, 1879, 
Sermons and Essays on the Apostolic Age, 

1846. 
Sermons preached before the University of 

Oxford, 1860-63. 
Sermons preached in the East, 1862, 
Sinai and Palestine, 1855. 
Stories and Essays on the Apostolic Age, 1846. 
Three Irish Churches (The), 1869. 
Unity of Evangelical and Apostolic Teaching, 

1859. 
Stanley (Edward), bishop of Norwich, born ia 

London, 1779-1849. 
Familiar History of Birds, 1835 

(His Life, by A. P. Stanley, his son, 1850.) 
Stanley (Henry M.), explorer, born at Dea- 

bigh, in Wales, 1840- 
Coomassie and Magdala. 
How I found Livingstone, 187'2. 
My Kalulu; Prince, King, and Slave (a story). 
Through the Dark Continent, etc., 1878. 



STANLEY — STEPHENS. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



STEPHEN — STEPHENS. 



1323 



St.oilkt (Thomaa), poet, bom in Hertfordshire, 

1625-1678. 
Don Juaa P. de Montalvan's Aurora translated, 

1650. 
Europa (Cupid crucified, etc.), 1649. 
History of Chaldalc Philosophy, 1662. 
History of Philosophy, 1655-62. 
Psalterium Carolinum, 1657. 

(His Life, by sir E. Brydges, 1814.) 
Stapleton (Augustus Granville), politician, 

1800- 
French Case (The), 1871. (Showing how they 

were beguiled into the Prussian war.) 
George Canning and his Times, 1859. 
Intervention and Non-intervention, 1866. 
Origin of Fenianism, 1868. 
Political Life of G. Canning, 1830. 
Real Monster Evil of Ireland (The), 1843. 
Stapleton, LL.D. (Sir Robert), poet, *-1669. 
Translated Juvenal, 1647 ; Masceus, 1647 ; and 

Strada's History of the Belgic War, 1650. 
Staplkton, D.D. (Thomas), defender of Philip 

of Spain 11 born at Henfield, in Sussex, 

1535-1598. 
Antidota Apostolica, 1595. 
Apologia pro . . . Philippo II. Hispanife, 1592. 
Fortresse of the Faith planted in England, 

1565. 
Life of Sir Thomas More, 1589. 
Tres ThomaR, 1588. (That is, Thomas the 

Apostle, Thomas Cranmer, and Thomas 

MoreJ 
Stark (James), landscape painter, Norwich, 

1794-1859. 
Scenery of the Rivers of Norfolk, 1834. 
Staunton (Sir George Leonard), diplomatist, 

born at Cargin, in Ireland, 1737-1801. 
Embassy to tbe p]mperor of China, 1797. 

(His Memoirs, by Sir G. T. Staunton, 1823.) 
Staunton (Sir George Thomas), born ai Salis- 
bury, 1781-1859. 
Narrative of the Chinese Emoassy to Kan 

Tourgouth, 1821. 
Penal Code of the Chinese Empire, 1810. 
Translated Mendoza's History of China, 1853. 
Stebbing, D.D. (Henry), archdeacon of Wilt- 
shire, the opponent of bishop Hoadly,*-l763. 
Christianity Justified, 1750. 
Polemical Tracts, 1727. 
Stebbing, D.D. (Henry), biographer and his- 
torian, 1800- 
Christian Graces in the Olden Time, 1852. 
History of Chivalry and the Crusades, 1830. 
History of Christ's Universal Church in 

Primitive Times, 1845. 
History of the Church of Christ from the 

Reformation to the Eighteenth Century, 

1839. 
History of the Reformation, 1836. 
Lives of the Italian Poets, 1831. 
Stedman (Edmund Clarence), poet, etc., United 

States, *- 
Alice of Monmouth^nd other Poems, 1864. 
Blameless Prince (The), and other Poems, 

1869. 
Hawthorne, and other Poems, 1877. 
Lyrics and Idylls, 1860. 
I'oetical Works, 1874. 
Victorian Poets (The), 1875. 
Stkelk (Sir Richard), pseudonym "Isaac Bic- 

kerstaff," born in Dublin, 1671-1729. 



Christian Hero (The), 1701. 
Crisis (The), a pamphlet, 1714. 
Poetical Miscellanies, 1694. 

%* Begins the Tatler, 1709; ih% Spectator 
(with Ad.lison), 1711; the Guardian, 1713; 
and the Englishman, 1713. 

(His Life, by Forster, 1859 ; Montgomery, 
1865.) 
Stephen (Sir George), 1794-1879. 
Adventures of an Attorney in Search of a 

Practice, 1839. 
Adventures of a Gentleman in Search of a 

Horse, 1840. 
Anti-slavery Recollections, 1854. 
Digest of County-Court Cases, 1855. 
Juryman's Guide (The), 1845. 
Principles of Commerce and Commercial Law, 

1853. 
Stephen (Henry John), 1788-1864. 
New Commentaries on the Laws of England, 

1848. 
Principles of Pleading in Civil Actions, 1830. 
Summary of Criminal Law, 1834. 
Stephen (Sir James), historian, etc., London, 

1789-1859. 
Essays on Ecclesiastical Biography, 1849. 
Lectures on the History of France, 1851. 

(His Life, by his son, 1860.) 
Stephen (Sir James Fitzjames), London, 1829 - 
Digest of the Law of Evidence, 1876. 
Essays by a Barrister, 1862. 
General View of the Criminal Law of Eng 

land, 1863. 
Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity, 1873. 
Stephen (Leslie), 1832- 
Essays on Free Thinking and Plain Speaking, 

1873. 
History of English Thought in the Eighteenth 

Century, 1876. 
Hours in a Library, 1874-75. 
Playground of Europe (The). 1871. 
Samuel Johnson, 1878. 
Stephens (Alexander), biographer, born at 

Elgin, in Scotland, 1757-1821. 
Annual Biography, 1817-21. 
Memoirs of John Home Tooke, 1813. 
Public Characters, 1799-1808. 
Stephens (Anne), novelist, born in Connecticut. 

U.S., 1810. 
Fashion and Famine, 1854. 
Mary Derwent, 1852. 
Old Homestead (The), 1856. 
Stephens, R.A. (Edward Bowring), sculptor, 

bom at Exeter, *- 
The Angel of the Resurrection, 1861 ; The 

Battle of the Centaiu-s and the Lapitase, 

1843; Euphrosyne and Cupid, 1856; Eve 

contemplating Death, 1853 ; The Lecturer 

(in terra cotta), 1880; Satan tempting 

Eve, 1851 ; Satan vanquished, 1851. 
Stephens (Henry), agriculturist, born at 

Keerpoy, in Bengal, 1795-1874. 
Book of the Farm (The), 1844. 
Drainage of Land (The), 1846. 
Yester Deep Land Culture (The), 1855. 
Stephens (James Francis), entomologist, bora 

at Shoreham, in Sussex, 1792-1852. 
Illustrations of British Entomology, 1829. 
Manual of British Coleoptera, 1839. 
Nomenclature of British Insects, 1829. 
Systematic Catalogue of British Insect^ 1829. 



1324 STEPHENS — STIRLING. 



APPENDIX I. 



STEWART — STIRLING. 



STErnENS (Walter), London, 1832- 

Blackfriars, or the Monks of Old, 1844. 

Vendetta (a drama), 1846. 
Sterling (John), born in Bute Island, 1806- 
1844. 

Arthur Coningsby (a novel), 1830, 

Election (The), 1841. 

Essays and Tales, 1848. 

Poems, 1839. 

Strafford (a tragedy), 1843. 
(His Life, by archdeacon Hare, 1848 ; 

Thomas Carlyle, 1851.) 
Sterne (Rev. Laurence), pseudonym "Mr. 
Yorick," novelist and sentimentalid, born 
at Clonmel, in Ireland, 1713-1768. 

History of a Warm Watchcoat, 1769. 

Letters, posthumous 1775, 1788, 1844. 

Sentimental Journey, 1768. (It was intended 
to be jottings of a tour through France and 
Italy, but he never reached Italy.) 

Sermons of Mr. Yorick, 1760, 1766, 1769. 

Tristram Shandy, Gent, (a novel), 1759-67. 
(His Life, by Blanchard, 1857 ; Fitzgerald, 

1860-63 ; Stopfer, 1878.) 
Sterniiolb (Thomas), poet, born in Hampshire, 
*-1549. 

Metrical Version of the Psalms, 1549. (With 
Hopkins.) 
Sterry (Rev. Peter), *-1672. 

l^iscourse on the Freedom of the Will, 1675. 

Remains, posthumous 1710. 

Rise, Race, and Royalty of the Kingdom of 
God in the Soul of Man, 1683. 
Stevens (George Alexander), humorist, 1720- 
1784. 

Adventures of a Speculist, 1788. 

liaw Cases, 1755. 

Lecture on Heads, 1753. 

Songs, Comic and Satirical, 1772. 

Tom Fool (a farce), 1760. 
Stevenson (John Hall), humorous poet and 
satirist (the " Eugenius " of Sterne), 1718- 
1785. 

Crazy Tales, 1762. (Once very popular.) 
Stevenson (Matthew), poet, Norfolk, 17th cen- 
tury. 

Bellum Presbyteriale, 1661. 

Florus Britannicus (from William I. to Charles 
II.), 1662. 

Norfolk Drollery (songs), 1673. 

Occasion's Offspring (poems), 1654. 

Poems, 1665, 1673. 

Twelve Moneths (The), 1661. 

AVits (The), poems and songs, 1685. 
Stewart, LL.D. (Balfour), born at Edinburgh, 
1828- 

Conservation of Energy, 1874. 

Lessons in Elementary Physics, 1871. 

Physics, 1872. 

Researches on Solar Physics. (With De la Rue.) 
Stewart (Dugald), philosopher, born at Edin- 
burgh, 1753-1828. 

Elements of the Philosophy of the Human 
Mind, 1792-1827. (Excellent.) 

History of Ethical Philosophy, 1815, 1821. 

Lectures on Political Economy, 1855. 

Life of Thomas Reid, D.D., 1802. 

Life of W. Robertson, D.D., 1801. 

Life of Adam Smith, 1793. 

Outlines of Moral Philosophy, 1793 

Philosophical Essays, 1810. 



Progress of Metaphysical . . . Philosophy . . . 

1815, 1821. 
View of the Active and Moral Powers, 1823. 

(His Life, by sir VV. Hamilton, 1855.) 
Stewart, D.D. (Matthew), mathematician, born 

at Rothsay, in Scotland, 1717-1785. 
Geometrical Theorems, 1746. 
Tracts, Physical and Mathematical, 1761. 
Stigand (William), jjoef, born at Devonport, in 

Devonshire, 1827- 
Athenais, or the First Crusade, 1866. 
Life, etc., of Heiniich Heine, 1875. 
Vision of Barbarossa (A), and other Poems, 

1860. 
Still (John), bishop of Bath and Wells, 1543- 

1607. 
Gammer Gurton's Nedle, printed 1575. (Our 
second comedy.) 

%* Said to be written in 1551 by Mr. S., 
Master of Arts. If the date given is correct, 
it is plain that bishop Still was not the author, 
as he would have been under eight ycare ol 
age at the time. 
Stillingfleet (Benjamin), naturalist, 1702- 

1771. 
Calendar of Flora (The), 1765. 
Principles and Power of Harmony, 1771. 
Tracts on Natural History, 1759. 

(His Life, by Coxe, 1811.) 
STiLLiNGfLEET, D.D. (Edward), bishop of Wor- 
cester, born at Cranbourne, in Dorsetshire, 

1635-1699. 
Directions for the Conversation of the Clergy, 

posthumous 1710. 
Irenicum, 1659. (His first publication.) 
Miscellaneous Discourses, etc., posthumous 

1735. 
On the Amusements of Clergymen, 
Origines Britannicfe, 1685. 
Origines Sacrae (generally called " Stilling- 

fleet's Revealed Religion "), 1662. (Good.) 
Rational . . . Grounds of the Protestant 

Religion, 1664. 
Reasons of Christ's Sufferings, etc., 1678. 
Sermons, 1696-98. 

Unreasonableness of Separation, 1688. 
Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity, 
1697. 

(His Life, by T. Goodwin, 1710.) 
Stirling (James), mathematician, *-17C4. 

Methodus Differentialis, 1730. 
Stirling, LL.D. (James Hutchinson), born at 

Glasgow, 1820- 
Address on Materialism, 1868. 
Philosophy of Law, etc. (The), 1873. 
Protoplasm, 1869. 

Schwegler'8 History of Philosophy, 1867. 
Secret of Hegel (The), 1865. 
Sir W. Hamilton on the Philosophy of Per- 
ception, 1865. 
Stirling (Patrick James), economist, bom at 

Dumblane, in Scotland, 1809- 
Australian and Californian Gold Discoverieb, 

1852. 
Philosophy of Trade, 1846. 
Stirling (William Alexander, earl of), poet, 

1580-1640. 
Alexandrian (The), a tragedy, 1605. 
Aurora, 1604. 
Doomsday, 1614. 
Elegie on Prince Henrle, 1613. 



STIRLING — STOTHAKD. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. STOKER— STOTHARD. 1325 



Julius Csesar (a tragedy), 1607. 

Monarchicke Tragedies (The), 1604. (Croesus, 
etc.) 

Paraenesis to Prince Henrie (A), 1604. 

Recreations with the Muses, 1637. 

Tragedy of Darius, 1603 ; published 1607. 
Stirling-Maxwell (Sir William), historian, 
born at Kenmure, in Scotland, 1818-1877. 

Cloister-life of Charles V., 1852. 

Velasquez and his Works, 1855. 
Stockdale (Rev. Percival), 1736-1811. 

Autobiography, 1808. 

Lectures on the Eminent English Poets, 1807. 

Life of Waller (the poet), 1808. 
Stoddard (Richard Henry), poet, etc., born at 
Hingham, U.S., 1825- 

Adventures in Fairyland, 1853. 

Book of the East (The), and other Poems, 1871 . 

Children in the ^Vood, 1866. 

Female Poets of America, 1874. 

Footprints, 1849. 

King's Bell (The), 1863. 

Late English Poets, 1865. 

Life of Alexander von Humboldt, 1859. 

Loves and Heroines of the Poets, 1860. 

Melodies and Madrigals, 1865. 

Memoir of Edgar Allan Poe, 1875. 

Poems, 1852. 

Poets and Poetry of England (19th century), 
1875. 

Putnam the Brave, 1869. 

Songs of Summer, 1857. 

Story of Little Red Riding Hood, 1864. 

Town and Country, 1857. 

Under Green Leaves, 1865. 
Stoddard (Mrs. Richard Henry), novelist, *- 

Morgesons (The), 1862. 

Temple House, 1867. 

Two Men, 1865. 
Stone (Edmund), mathematician, *-l768 

Elements of Euclid, 1731. 

Mathematical Dictionary, 1726. 

Treatise on Fluxions, 1730. 
Stone, A.R.A. (Frank), born at Manchester, 
1800-1859. 

Bassanio receiving the Letter, 1851 ; The Gar- 
dener's Daughter, 1850 ; Impending Mate 
mated, 1847 ; Picturesque Views of the 
Bridges of Norfolk, 1830-31. 
Stone, A.R.A. (Marcus), London, 1840- 

Amour ou Patrie, 1880 ; An Appeal to Mercy, 
1876 ; Edward II. and Piers Gaveston, 1872 ; 
From Waterloo to Paris (Napoleon in the 
peasant's hut), 1863 ; Henry VIII. and Anne 
Boleyn, 1870; Le Roi est Mort, Vive le 
Roi! 1873; Married for Love, 1881; My 
Lady is a Widow and Childless, 1874; Nell 
G Wynne, 1867; Olivia and Dick Primrose, 
1880 : The Post Bag, 1878 ; Princess Eliza- 
beth made to attend Mass, 1869 ; The Royal 
Nursery, 1871; A Sacrifice, 1877; Sain et 
Sauf, 1875 ; Stealing the Keys, 1866 ; The 
Time of Roses, 1878, 
Stober (James Sargant), antiquarian artist, 
1771-1853. 

Ancient Reliques, 1812. 

Antiquarian and Topographical Cabinet, 1806- 
1812. (500 views of objects of curiosity in 
Great Britain.) 

Cathedrals of Great Britain, 18l4r-l». (Much 
praweJ by Pugin.) 



Fonthill Abbey, 1812. 

(rraphic Description of Edinburgh, 1820. 
Storer (Thomas), poet, *-1604. 

Wolsey, in Three Parts: his Aspiring, hig 
Triumph, and his Death, 1599. 
Storey, A.R.A. (George Adolphus), London, 
1834- 

After You, 1867 ; The Annunciation, 1865 ; 
The Blue Girls of Canterbury, 1874; Boys 
going to School, 1869; The Bride's Burial, 
1865; Caught, 1875; Children at Breakfast, 
1866 ; Christmas Eve, 1877 ; The Closed 
House, 1865 ; The Coral Necklace, 1881 ; 
Dame Octavia Beaumont, 1874 ; A Dancing 
Lesson, 1876; Daphne, 1880; The Duet, 
1870; Follow my Leader, 1880; Godiva, 
1865 ; Grandmamma's Christmas Visitors, 
1874 ; The Judgment of Paris, 1877 ; Late 
for Church, 1880; Lessons, 1871; Little 
Buttercups, 1872; Little Swansdown, 1874; 
Love in a Maze, 1873; A Lover's Quarrel, 
1872; A Madonna and Child, 1853; Meet- 
ing between W. Seymour and Lady Ara- 
bella Stuart, 1864; Mistress Dorothy, 1873; 
Mrs. Finch, 1875; My Lady Bella, 1876; 
The Old Pump-room at Bath, 1877; The 
Old Soldier, 1869; Only a Rabbit, 1870; 
Rosy Cheeks, 1871 ; The Royal Challenge, 
1865; Sacred Music, 1865; Scandal, 1873; 
The Shy Pupil, 1868 ; Sweet Margery, 1878 ; 
The Whip Hand, 1875. 
Story (Joseph), born at Marblehead, U.S., 
1779-1845. 

Commentaries on the Conflict of Laws, 1834. 

Commentaries on the Constitution of th» 
United States, 1833. 

Power of Solitude (The), and other Poems, 
1804. 
%* Many other legal " Commentaries." 
(His Life, by his son, W. W. Story, 1851.) 
Story, D.D. (Robert Herbert), born at Rose- 
neath Manse, in Scotland, 1835- 

Christ the Consoler, 1864. 

Life of the Rev. Robert Story (his father\ 
1862. 

Manual of Scripttire, with Hymns and Prayers, 
1868. 

Memoirs of R. Lee, D.D., 1870. 

William Garstares, 1874. 
Story (William Wetmore), jpoei, etc., born at 
Salem, U.S., 1819- 

American Question (The), 1862. 

Graffiti d'ltalia (poems), 1869 

Life of Joseph Story (his father), 1851. 

Nero (a tragedy), 1875. 

Phi Beta Kappa (poem), 1844. 

Poems, 1847. 

Proportions of the Human Figure, 1866. 

Roba di Roma (in prose), 1863. 

Roman Lawyer in Jerusalem (The), a poem, 
1870. 

Stephanie (a tragedy), 1877. 
Stothard (Charles Alfred), draughtsman, Lon- 
don, 1786-1821. 

Death of Richard II., 1810; Monumental 
Effigies of Great Britain, ) 811-23. (Highly 
esteemed.) 
(His Memoirs, by his widow, 1823.) 
Stothard, R.A. (Thomas), London, 1755-1834. 

Ajax defending the Body of Patroclus, 1790 ; 
The Canterbury Pilgrims, 1817 ; The Fete 



1326 STOUGHTON — STUART. 



APPENDIX I. 



8TRUTHERS — STUART. 



Champetre; The Flitch of Bacon; The 
Holy Family, 1790. 
(His Life, by Mrs. Bray, 1851.) 
Stoughton, D.D. (John), Congregational min- 
ister, born at Norwich, 1807- 
Ages of Christendom, 1856. 
Church and State Two Hundred Years Ago, 

1862. 
Ecclesiastical History of England (The), 

1867-74. 
Footprints of Italian Reformers, 1881. 
Haunts and Homes of Martin Luther (The), 

1875. 
Lights of the World (The), 1876. 
Our English Bible, 1878. 
Progress of Divine Revelation (The), 1878. 
Spiritual Heroes, 1848. 
Windsor in the Olden Time, 1844. 
Stow (John), historical antiquary, London, 

1525-1605. 
Annales of England, 1580. 
Flores Historiarum, 1606. 
Successions of the History of England, 1638. 
Summarie of Englysh Chronicles, 1561. 
Survay of London, 1598. (His chief work.) 
Stowe. See Beecher-Stowe. 
Stbadlikg (Sir John), ;poet, contemporary with 

Shakespeare. 
Beati Pacifici (a poem), 1623. 
De Vita et Morte Contemnenda, 1597. 
Divine Poems (in seven classes), 1625. 
Epigrammatum, libri iv. 1607. 
Stratfokd de Redcliffe (Stratford Canning, 

viscount), London, 1788-1880. 
Alfred the Great in Athelney (a tragedy), 1876. 
Why am 1 a Christian ? 1873. 
SfEEET, R.A. (George Edmund), architect, bora 

at Woodford, in p]ssex, 1824-1881. 
Brick and Marble Architecture of North Italy 

in the Middle Ages, 1855. 
Gothic Architecture in Spain, 1865. 
f>TRETTON (Hesba), novelist, i.e. Sarah Smith. 
Strickland (Agnes), poetess, historian, etc., 

born at Reydon Hall, in Suffolk, 1806-1874. 
Alda, the British Captive (a novel), 1841. 
Demetrius (a poem in three cantos), 1833. 
Floral Sketches, and other Poems, 1836. 
Historical Tales of Illustrious British Chil- 
dren, 1847. 
Historic Scenes and Poetic Fancies, 1850, 
How will it End ? (a novel), 1865. 
Lives of the Bachelor Kings of P::ngland, 1861. 
Lives of the Queens of England, 1840-48. 

(Her great work.) 
Lives of the Queens of Scotland, etc., 1850-59. 
Lives of the Seven Bishops, 1866. 
Old Friends and New Acquaintances (in two 

series), 1860-61. 
Patriotic Songs, 1825. (AVith her sister 

Susanna.) 
Pilgrims of Walsingham (historic romance), 

1835. 
Rival Crusoes (The), a tale, 1834. 
Seven Ages of Woman (The), and other 

Poems, 1827. 
Tales and Stories from History, 1836. 
Worcester Field, or the Cavalier (a poem in 

four cantos), 1X26. 
Strickland (Hugh Edwin), geologist and 

naturalist, born in Yorkshire, 1811-1853. 
Dodo and its Kindred (The), 1848. 



Struthers (John), poet, 1776-1853. 
Deckmont, 1816. 
History of Scotland since the Union (prose), 

1828. 
Peasant's Death (The), 1806. 
Plough (The), 1816. 
Poems, Moral and Religious, 1814. 
Poor Man's Sabbath (The), 1804. 
Winter's Day (The), 1811. 
Strutt (Jacob George), *-*. 
Deliciaj Sylvarum, 1828. (The romantic forest 

scenery of Great Britain.) 
Sylva Britannica, 1826. (Excellent.) 
Strutt (Joseph), antiquary, born at Spring- 
field, in Essex, 1742-1802. 
Ancient Times, posthumous 1808. 
Biographical Dictionary of Engravers, 1785- 

1786. 
Bumpkin's Disaster, posthumous 1808. 
Chronicle of England, from the Landing of 

Ca&snT to the Conquest (The), 1777-78. 
Complete View of the Manners, Customs, 

Arms, etc., of the English, 1774-76. 
Complete View of the Dress and Habits of tho 

English, 1796-99. 
Queenhoo Hall (a romance), posthumous 1808. 
Regal and Ecclesiastical Antiquities of Eiig« 

land, 1773. 
Sports and Pastimes of the People of England, 

1801. (His best-known work.) 
Test of Guilt (a dramatic tale), posthumous 

1808. 
Strtpe (John), historian and biographer, Lon- 
don, 1643-1737. 
Annals of the Reformation, 1709-31. 
Ecclesiastical Memorials, 1721-33, 
Life of Bishop Aylmer, 1701. 
Life of Sir John Cheke, 1705, 
Life of Sir Thomas Smith, 1698. 
Lives of Archbishops Grindall, 1710 ; Parker, 

1711; Whitgift, 1718. 
Memorials of Thomas Cranmer, 1694. 
Stuart, LL.D. (Gilbert), historian, born in 

Edinburgh, 1742-1786. 
History of Scotland, 1782. 
View of Society in Europe, 1778. 
Stuart (James), called "Athenian Stuart,'' 

bom in London, 1713-1788. 
Antiquities of Athens, 1762-1815. (With 

Revett.) Excellent. 
Stuart (James), "of Duncarn," 1776-1849. 

Three Years in North America, 1833. 
Stuart (Moses), biblical critic, born at Wilton, 

in Connecticut, U.S., 1780-1852. 
Commentary on the Apocalypse, 1845. 
Commentary on the Book of Proverbs, 1852. 
Commentary on Ecclesiastes, 1851, 
Commentary on the Epistle to the Hebrews, 

1827-28. (Masterly.) 
Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, 

1832. 
Elements of Biblical Criticism, etc., 1827. 
Grammar of the New Testament Dialect, 1834. 
Hebrew Cbrestomathy, 1832. 
Hebrew Grammar, 1813, 1821. 
Hints on the Interpretation of Prophecy, 

1842. 
Stuart- Wortlet (Lady Emmelina), 1806-1866. 
Etcetera, 1853. 
Portugal and Madeira, 1854. 
Travels in the United States, 1851. 



8TUBBES — SWIFT. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



SUMNER — SWIFT. 



1327 



Sti.-Bsks (Philip), *-1592. 

Anatomic of Abuses, 1583. (Very popular.) 

Clinstall Glasse for Cliristian Women, 1592. 

Motive to Good Works, posthumous 1593. 

Perfect Path to Felicitie (The), 1592. 

Rosarie of Christian Praiers, 1533. 

Theatre of the Pope's Monarchic (The), 1584. 

Two Judgments of God, 1581. 

View of Vanitie, etc. (A), 1582. 
SruBBs (George), born at Liverpool, 1724-1806. 

Anatomy of the Horse, 1766. 
Stdbbs (John), 1541-1599. 

Discovery of a Gaping Gulf, 1579. 
Stubbs (William), bom at Knaresborough, in 
Yorkshire, 1825- 

Constitutional History of England, 1874-78. 
Edits 

Chronicle of Benedict of Peterborough, 1867. 

Chronicle of Roger de Hovedeu, 1868-71. 

Chronicles, etc., of Richard I., 1864-65. 

Hymnale Secundum Usum Ecclesiaj Sarisbu- 
riensis, 1850. 

Memorial of Walter of Coventry, 1872-73. 

Memorials of St. Dunstan, 1874. 

Registrum Sacrum Anglicanum, 1858. 

Select Charters bearing on the " Constitutional 
History of England," 1870. 

Tractatus de Sancta Cruce de Waltham, 1860. 

Works of Ralph de Diceto, 1876. 
Stdkfxey, M.D. (William), antiquary, born at 
Holbeach, in Liucolnsliire, 16t;7-1765. 

Abury, 1743. 

Centuria, 1776. 

Itinerarium Curiosum, 1724. 

Medallic History of M. A. V. Carausius, 1757- 
1759. 

Palaeographia Britannica, 1743-52. 

Palaeographia Sacra, 1736-63. 

Richard of Cirencester, 1757. 

Stonehenge, 1740. 
SruRGKON (William), electrician, born in Lan- 
cashire, 1783-1850. 

Experimental Researches in Electro-Magnet- 
ism, 1830. 
Suckling (Sir John), poet, born at Whitton, in 
Middlesex, 1609-1641. 

Account of Religion by Reason (An). 

Four Plays, posthumous 1646. 

Session of the Poets (A), 1636. 

Songs and Ballads. (That called " The Wed- 
ding" is wholly unrivalled.) 
*»* All compiled and published in 1770. 
(His Memoirs, by the Rev. A.Suckling,1836.) 
SuGDEN (Edward Burtenshaw, baron St. Leo- 
nard's), 1781-1875. 

Handybook of Property Law, 1849. 

Law of Vendors and Purchasers, 1830. 

Real Property Statutes, 1852. 
Sullivan, Mus.D. (Arthur), 1844- 

He composed the music of Box and Cox ; The 
Light of the World; H.M.S. Pinafore, 1878 ; 
Tlie Prodigal Son; Pijgmalion and Gala- 
tea, 1871; Shakespeare's Tempest; Trial by 
Jury, 1875. 
Sullivan (William), born in Maine, U.S., 
1774-1839. 

flistorical Causes and Effects, 1833. 

Public Men of the Revolution, 1847. 
feuMNER (Charles), statesman, born at Boston, 
U.S., 1811- 

Orations and Speeches, 1850, 1856. 



Reports of the Circuit Court of the United 



White Slavery in the Barbary States, 1853. 
Sumner, D.D. (Charles Richard), bishop of Win- 
chester, 1790-1874. 
Ministerial Character of Christ (The), 1822. 

(His Life, by the Rev. G. H. Sumner, 1876.) 
Sumner, D.D. (John Bird), archbishop of Can- 
terbury, 1780-1862. 
Apostolic Preaching, 1815. 
Evidences of Christianity, 1824. 
Practical Exposition of the Gospels, etc.. 

1833-40. 
Practical Reflections, 1859. 
Records of Creation, 1816. 
Sermons on Christian Charity, 1841. 
Sermons on the Christian Faith, etc., 1821. 
Sermons on the Church Festivals, 1817. 
SuTCLiFFE, D.D. (Matthew), *-1629. 
De Presbyterio, 1591. 
De Vera Christi Ecclesia, 1600. 
Ecclesiastical Discipline, 1591. 
Swain (Charles), poet, born in Manchester, 1803- 

1874. 
Art and Fashion, 1863. 
Dramatic Chapters, Poems, and Songs, 1847. 
Dryburgh Abbey (an elegy on sir W. Scott), 

1834. 
English Melodies, 1849. 
Letters of Laura d' Auveme, and other Poenu^ 

1853. 
Metrical Essays, 1827. 
Mind (The), and other Poems, 1831. 
Songs and Ballads, 1868. 
SwAiNSON (William), naturalist, 1789-1855. 
Animals in Menageries, 1838. 
Birds of Western Africa, 1844. 
Exotic Conchology, 1841. 
Fauna Boreali Americana, 1829. 
Fly-Catchers, 1854. 

Geography and Classification of Animals, 1835, 
Habits and Instincts of Animals, 1839. 
History of Insects, 1841. 
Malacology, or Shells and Shellfish, 1840. 
Natural History of Birds, 1836-37. 
Natural History of Fishes and Reptiles, 1835. 
Natural History of Quadrupeds, 1835. 
Naturalist's Guide (The), 1822. 
Ornithological Drawings, 1841. 
Preliminary Discourse on the Study of Natural 

History, 1834. 
Taxidermy, with the Biography of Zoologists, 

1840. 
Zoological Illustrations, 1820-33. 
Sweet (^Robert), florist, etc., 19th century. 
Botanical Cultivator, etc. (The), 1821. 
British Flower Garden (The), 1823-38. 
British Warblers (The), 1823. 
Cistineae, or Natural History of the Rock 

Rose, 1825-30. 
Flora Australasica, 1827-28. 
Florist's Guide (The), 1827-32. 
Geraniacese, or Natural History of Gerania, 

1820-30. 
Hortus Britannicus, 1827. 
Hortus Suburbanus Londonensis, 1818. 
Hothouse and Greenhouse Manual (The), 1823. 
Swift, D.D. (Jonathan), poet and wit, born at 

Dublin, 1667-1745. 
Arguments for the Abolition of Christianity 

(a satire), 1708. 



1?^8 



SWINBURNE — TAIT. 



APPENDIX I. 



SWINTON — TAIT. 



Battle of the Books (a burlesque allegory), 1704. 

Bauc'8 and Philemon (a poem on two yew- 
trees), 1710. 

Bella Punica, or the Art of Punning, 1719. 

Cadenus and Vanessa (in verse), 1713. 

City Shower described fin verse), 1710. 

Directions to Servants (a satire), 1729. 

Drapier's Letters (against Wood's halfpence, 
etc.), 1724. 

Gulliver's Travels (satirical tales), 1723. 

History of the Last Four Years of Queen Anne, 
1728. 

Law, a Bottomless Pit, 1712. 

Meditations on a Broomstick, 1710. 

Polite Conversation, 1738. 

Predictions of Isaac BickerstafF(a jeu d'esprU\ 
1708. 

Riddles (26 in number, in verse), 1724. 

Stella (To), seven birthday odes, 1720-26. 

Tale of a Tub (satire on Calvin, Luther, and 
the pope), 1704. 

Trip to Dunkirk (A), 1708. 
(His Life, by John Boyle, earl of Orrery, 

1751; D. Swift, 1753; John Hawkesworth, 

1755; T. Dilworth, 1760; Johnson, in his 

Lives of the Poets, 1779-81 ; T. Sheridan, 

1784; John Berkeley, 1789; Madame Mont- 
morency, 1800 ; John Barrett, D.D., 1808 ; 

sir W. Scott, 1814 ; T. Roscoe, 1848 ; J. Forster, 

1876, unfinished ; H. CYaik, 1881. Mrs. Lae- 

titia Pilkinton's Memoirs, by herself, con- 
tain numerous anecdotes of dean Swift, 

1748.) 
Swinburne (Algernon Charles), poet, etc., born 
in London, 1837- 

Atalanta in Calydon (a tragedy), 1864. 

Blake (William), biographical and critical, 
1867. 

Bothwell (a tragedy), 1874. 

Chapman (George), biographical and critical, 
1875. 

Charlotte Bronte, 1877. 

Chastelard (a tragedy), 1865. 

Erechtheus (a tragedy), 1876. 

Essays and Studies, 1875. 

Mary Stuart (a tragedy), 1881. 

Note of an English Republican on the Musco- 
vite Crusade, 1876. 

Notes on Poems and Reviews, 1866. 

Ode on the Proclamation of the French Re- 
public, 1870. 

Poems and Ballads, 1866; second series, 1878. 

Queen-Mother (The), a play, 1861. (His first 
work.) 

Rosamond (a play), 1861. 

Shakespeare (^A Study of), 1880. 

Siena (a poem), 1868. 

Song of Italy (A), 1867. 

Songs of the Springtides, 1880. 

Songs before Sunrise, 1871. 

Under the Microscope, 1872. 
Swinburne (Henry), traveller, 1752-1803. 

Courts of Europe at the close of the Eighteenth 
Century, posthumous 1841. 

Travels in the Two Sicilies, 1783-85. 

Travels through Spain, 1779. 
SwiNDEN (Henry), antiquary, *-*. 

History and Antiquities of Yarmouth in Nor- 
folk, 1778. 
B-wiNDEN (Rev. Tobias), *-l720. 

On the Nature and Place of Hell, 1727. 



SwiNTON (William), historian, (an America 

citizen), born in Edinburgh, 183?- 
Campaigns of the Army of tU fotoiL-^ 

1864. (A standard history 
History of the New Yor't Wh Regiment 

during the Rebellion, 1875. 
Twelve Decisive Battles of the War (The), 1870. 
Sydenham, M.D. (Thomas), born at Winford 

Eagle, in Dorsetshire, 1624-1689. 
Methodus Curandi Febres, etc., 1666. (Very 

celebrated. ) 
Opera Medica, 1716. (His best work.) 
Sykes, D.D. (Arthur Ashley), London, 1684 - 

1756. 
Case of Subscription to the " Articles " con- 
sidered, 1721. 
Credibility of Miracles, etc., 1742. 
Essay on the Truth of the Christian Religion, 

1725. 
Examination of Newton's Chronology, 1744. 
Innocency of Error asserted, 1715. 
Inquiry on the Meaning of Demoniacs, 1737. 
Nature, Design, and Origin of Sacrifices, 

1748. 
Paraphrase, etc., of the Epistle to the Hebrews, 

1755. 
Principles and Connexion of Natural and Re- 
vealed Religion, 1740. 

(His Life, by J. Disney, D.D., 1785.) 
Sylvester (Joshua), poet, surnamed " Silver- 
tongued," 1563-1618. 
Lachrymas Lachrymaram (lament on the 

death of prince Henry), 1612. 
Maiden's Blush (The), 1620. (Joseph.) 
Monodia, 1594. 
Parliament of Vertues Royal (poetry), 1014; 

second series, 1620. 
Poems against Tobacco, 1672. 
Tobacco battered and the Pipes shattered (a 

poem), 1615. 
Translation of Du Bartas's Week of Creation, 

and TJie Second Week (New Testament 

History), to which Milton is indebted. 
Woodman's Bear (The), a poem, 1620. 
Syme (James), of Scotland, 1799-1870. 
Contributions to Pathology and Practice of 

Surgery, 1847. 
Excision of Diseased Joints, 1831. 
Principles of Surgery, 1832. 
Symmons, D.D. (Charles), born at Cardigan, it 

Wales, 1749-1826. 
Life of Milton, 1806. 
Poems, 1813. 

Translated the jEneid of Virccil, 1817. 
Symonds, M.D. (John Addington), born at O-x- 

ford, 1807-1871. 
Miscellanies, 1871. 
Principles of Beauty, 1857 . 

Talbot (Matthew), *-*. 

Analysis of the Holy Bible, 1800. (Excellent.) 
Tait, D.D. (Archibald Campbell), archbishop of 

Canterbury, born in Edinburgh, 1811- 
Dangers and Safeguards of Modern Theology, 

1861. 
Harmony of Revelation and the Sciences, 

1864. 
Present Condition of the Church of England 

1872. 
Word of God (The), and the Ground of Faith. 



TALBOT — TAYLOR. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



TAYLOR. 



1329 



Talbot (William Henry Fox), inventor of 
Talbotype photography, born at Locock 
Abbey, in Wiltshire, 1800-1877. 

English Etymologies, 1853. 

Hermes, or Classical and Antiquarian Re- 
searches, 1850. 

Illustrations of the Book of Genesis, 1852. 

Legendary Tales. 

Pencil of Nature, 1844. 
Taxfoord (Sir Thomas Noon), poet, born at 
Doxey, in Staflordshire, 1795-1854. 

Athenian Captive (The), a tragedy, 1838. 

Castilian (The), a tragedy, 1853. 

Final Memorials of Charles Lamb, 1849-50. 

Glencoe, etc. (a tragedy), 1839. 

Ion (a tragedy), 1835. 

Recollections of a First Visit to the Alps, 1841. 

Vacation Rambles and Thoughts, 1844 ; sup- 
plement, 1846. 
Tallis (Thomas), musical composer, called " The 
Chaucer of Cathedral Quires," 1529-1585. 

Cantiones Sacr«, 1575. (With Bird.) 
Tannek, D.D. (Thomas), bishop of St. Asaph, 
born at Market Lavington, in Wiltshire, 
1674-1735. 

Bibliotheca Britannico-Hibernica, posthumous 
1748. 

Notitia Monastica, 1695. (Admirable.) 
Taklton (Richard), jester, born in Shropshire, 
*-1588. 

Newes out of Purgatorie, posthumous 1630. 

Seven Deadly Sins (The), a comedy. (Lost.) 

Tarlton's Jests (in three parts), posthumous 
1611. 
Tate (Nahum), poet laureate and dramatic 
author, born in Dublin, 1652-1715. 

Characters of Virtue and V^ice, 1691. 

Elegies, 1699. 

Innocent Epicure (The), a poem on angling, 
1697. 

Memorials for the Learned, 1686. 

Miscellanea Sacra, 1698. 

Psalms turned into Rhyme, 1696. (With 
Brady.) 

Poems, 1677. 
N.B. — Pope says of him. His 

fustian is so sublimely bad. 
It is not poetry, but prose run mad. 

Yet Dryden allowed him to write the second 

part of his unrivalled satire of Abialom and 

Achitophel, and showed his approval by 

adding a few lines here and there. 
Tatham (John), city laureate, 1609-1672. 

Distressed State (The), a tragedy, 1641. 

Fancies Theater (poems, epigrams, etc.), 1640. 

Knavery in All Trades (a comedy), 1664. 

Love Crowns the End (a tragi-comedy), 1657. 

Ostella, or the Faction of Love and Beauty 
reconciled, 1650. 

Rump (The), a comedy, 1660. 

Scots Figaries (The), a comedy, 1652. 

" Triumphs," arranged for the Lord Mayor's 
day from 1657 to 1664. 
Tayler (Rev. John James), born at Notting- 
ham, 1798-1869. 

Attempt to ascertain the Character of the 
Four Gospels, 1867. 

Christian Aspects of Faith and Duty, 1851. 

Retrospect of the Religious Life of England, 
1845. 



Taylor, M.D. (Alfred Swaine), bom at North- 
fleet, in Kent, 1806-1880. 
Elements of Chemistry, 1831. (With 

Brande.) 
Elements of Medical Jurisprudence, IflSS. 
Manual of Medical Jurisprudence, 1844. 
Principle and i'ractice of Medical Jurispru- 
dence, 1865. 
(ii) Taylor (Ann), afterwards Mrs. Gilbert, 
poetess, sister of Isaac and Jane Taylor, 
and daughter of (i) the Rev. Isaac Taylor, 
of Ongar, 1782-1866. 
Original Poems, 1806. (With her sister J&ne.) 
v^Memorials by Josiah Gilbert, 1874.) 
Taylor (Bayard), poet and traveller, bom at 
Kennett Square, Chester, U.S., 1825-1878. 
At Home and Abroad (a sketch of life, scenery 

and men), 1859, 1862. 
Book of Romances, Lyrics, and Songs, 1851. 
Bj'eways of Europe (The), 1869. 
El Dorado, or Adventures in the Path of Em- 
pire, 1850. 
Essays on German Literature, 1880. 
Home Pastorals, and other Poems, 1875. 
John Godfrey's Fortunes (a novel), 1864 
Journey to Central Africa, etc., 1853. 
Lands of the Saracen (The), 1854. 
Lyrics of the War of Secession, 1865. 
Masque of the Gods (The), a poem, 1872 
Northern Travel, or Summer and Winter Pic- 
tures of Sweden, Denmark, and Lapland, 
1856. 
Poems of Home and Travel, 1855. 
Poems of the Orient, 1854. 
Poet's Journal (The), a novel of American 

life, 1862. 
Prince Deukalion (a drama), 1879. 
Prophet (The), a tragedy, 1874. 
Rhimes of Travel, Ballads, and other Poems. 

1848. 
Story of Kennet (The), a tale, 1866. 
Travels in Greece and Russia, etc., 1857. 
Views Afoot, or Europe seen with Knapsack 

and Staff, 1846. 
Visit to India, China, Japan, etc., 1855. 
Voyage to California, 1850. 
Ximena, and other Poems, 1844. 
Taylor, Ll.D. (Brook), mathematician, born 
at Edmonton, in Middlesex, 1685-1731. 
Linear Perspective, 1719. 
Method of Approximation to the Roots o{ 

Equations, 1717. 
Methodus Incrementomm, 1715. (Taylor's 

theorem.) 
New Principles of Linear Perspective, 1719. 
Taylor (Sir Henry), dramatic author, etc., 
1805- 
Edwin the Fair (an historic play), 1842. 
Eve of the Conquest (The), and other Poems, 

1847. 
Isaac Comnenus (a play in verse), 1827. 
Notes from Books, 1»49, 
Notes from Life, 1848. 
Philip van Artevelde (* dramatic romance) 

1834. 
St. Clement's Eve, 1862. 
Sicilian Summer (The), 1850. 
Statesman (The), in prose, 1836. 
Virgin Widow (The), 1)!(54. 
Way of the Rich and Great (The), 1852. 
Works, 1877. 

4 <i 



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TAYLOR. 



APPENDIX I. 



TAYLOK. 



(i) Taxlob (Rev. Isaac), of Ongar, father of (ii) 
Isaac and Jeffereys, Ann and Jane Taylor, 
*-1829. 

Advice to the Teens, 1868. 

Beginnings of European Biography, 1828-29, 

Bunyau explained to a Child, 1824. 

Character Essential to Success in Life, 1820. 

Scenes in Africa and America, 1821 ; in Eng- 
land, 1829; in Europe, 1829; in Foreign 
Lands, 1829. 

Scenes of British Wealth, 1826 ; of Commerce 
by Land and Sea, 1830. 

Self-Cultivation recommended, 1818. 
(1) Taylor (Mrs. Isaac), of Ongar, wife of the 

Rev. Isaac Taylor, maiden name Ann , 

*-lS30. 

Advice to Mothers, 1814, 

Family Mansion (The), a tale, 1819. 

Itinerary of a Traveller in the Wilderness, 1825. 

Maternal Solicitude, etc., 1816. (Her best.) 

Practical Hints on the Duties of Wives, etc., 
1815. 

Reciprocal Dutiesof Parents and Children,1818. 

Retrospection (a tale), 1820. 
(ii) Taylor (Isaac), theological writer, brother 
of Jeffereys, Ann, and Jane Taylor, and son 
of (i) the Rev. Isaac Taylor, of Ongar, 
bom at Lavenham, in Suffolk, 178V-1865. 

Ancient Christianity v. the Tracts of the 
Times, 1839-40. 

Characters of Theophrastus (with his own 
etchings), 1824. 

Elements of Thought (The), 1822-27, 

History of the Transmission of Ancient Books, 
1827. 

Home Education, 1838. 

Lectures on Spiritual Christianity, 1841. 

Logic of Theology, 1859. 

Loyola and Jesuitism, 1849. 

Man Responsible for his Dispositions, 1840. 

Memoirs of Jane Taylor (his sister), 1825. 

Natural History of Enthusiasm, 1829. (His 
best work.) 

Natural History of Fanaticism, 1833. 

New Model of Christian Missions, 1829. 

Physical Theory of Another Life, 1836. 

Process of Historical Proof, 1828. 

Restoration of Belief, 1855, 

Saturday Evening, 1832. 

Spirit of Hebrew Poetry, 1860. 

Spiritual Despotism, 1835. 

Temple of Melekartha, 1831, 

Translation of Herodotus, 1829. 

Ultimate Civilisation, 1860. 

Wesley and Methodism, 1851. 

World of Mind (The), 1857. 
(iii) Taylor (Rev. Isaac), son of (ii) Isaac 
Taylor, and grandson of (i) the Rev. Isaac 
Taylor, of Ongar, 1829- 

Alphabet (The), 1881. 

Etruscan Researches. 

Family Pen (I'he), memoirs of the family. 

Greeks and (Joths. 

Words and Places. 
(ii) Taylor (Jane), poetess, etc., sister of Isaac, 
Jeffereys, and Ann Taylor, and daughter of 
(i) the Rev. Isaac Taylor, of Ongar, born 
in London. 1783-1824. 

Contributions of Q. Q. to the Youth's Maga- 
zine, 1824. 

Correspondence, posthumous 1825. 



Display (a tale), 1815. 

Essays in Rhyme, 1816. 

Hymns for Infant Minds, 1818. (Her beat 

production.) 
Poems fcr Infant Minds, 1806. (With her 

sister Ann.) 
Rhymes for the Nursery, 1807. 

(Her Memoirs, by Isaac Taylor, her brother, 
1825.) 
(ii) Taylor (Jeffereys), brother of Isaac, Ann, 

and Jane Taylor, and son of (i) the Rev. 

Isaac Taylor, of Ongar, *-*. 
iEsop in Rhyme, 1822. 
Barn (The) and the Steeple, 1834, 
Earth as a Residence for Man (The), 1832. 
Farm (The), or Rural Toil and Produce, 1834. 
Forest (The), or History of Trees, 1834. 
Old English Sayings, 1827. 
Parlour Commentaries on the Laws of Eng^ 

land, 1825. 
Ralph Richards, the Miser (no date). 
Tales in Prose and Verse, 1822. 
Young Islander (The), a tale, 1841. 
Taylor, D.D. (Jeremy), bishop of Down and 

Connor, called "The Modern Chrysostom," 

born at Cambridge, 1613-1667. 
Baptism, its Institutions and EfiBcacy, 1652, 
Catechism, 1652. 
Clems Domini, 1651. 
Deus Justificatus (on original sin), 1656. 
Discourses concerning Extempore Prayers, 

1646. 
Dissuasive from Popery (A), 1647. 
Ductor Dubitantium, 1660. (His most famous 

discourse.) 
Episcopacy a Divine Institution, 1642. 
Friendship, its Measures and Offices, 1657. 
Grammar, 1647. 
Great Exemplar (The), 1649. 
Guide of Infant Devotion, or the Golden Grove, 

1655; 
Holy Living and Holy Dying, 1651. (His two 

best-known works.) 
Liberty of Prophesying, 1647. 
Life of Christ, 1650. (Popular.) 
Martyrdom of Charles II., 1649. 
Polemical and Moral Discourses, 1657. 
Prayers before and after Sermon, 1651,, 
Psalter, with Titles and Collects, 1644. 
Real Presence (The). 1654. 
Rules and Advice given to the Clergy, 1661. 
Sermons for the Year, 1651-53. 
Sermons on Gunpowder Treason, 1638. 
Unum Necessarium (repentance), 1655, 
Worthy Communicant (The), 1660. 

(His Life, by Wheeldon, 1793; Rev. K. 
Bonney, 1815; bishop Heber, 1822; Hughes, 
1831 ; Croly and Stebbiiig, 1834; Rev. R. A. Wil- 
moti, 1847; Rogers, 1851; Duychinck, 1860.) 
Tatlob (John) the Water-poet, born at Glouces- 
ter, 1580-1654. 
Penniless Pilgrimage, 1618. 
Praise of Hempseed (The), 1623. 
Travels in Germany, 1617. 

%* A copy of Lowndes's list of books 
given under this name would occupy eight 
pages of this Appendix. 
Tatlob, D.D. (John), Unitarian minister 

of Norwich, born in Lancashire, 1694-1761. 
Hebrew-English Concordance, 1754-57. (Very 

Yaluable to Hebrew students.) 



TAYLOR — TEMPLE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



TAYLOR — TEMPLE. 1331 



Key to the Apostolic Writings (A), posthu- 
mous 1805. 
Paraphrase, etc., on the Epistle to the Ro- 
mans, 1745. 
Scripture Doctrine of the Atonement, 1750. 
Scripture Doctrine of Original Sin, 1740. 
Tatlok, LL.D. (John), philologist, bom at 

Shrewsbury, 1704-1766. 
De Debitore dissecando, 1742. 
Elements of Civil Law, 1755. 
Taylor (Joseph), *-*. 

English and Hindoostanee Dictionary, 1808. 
Taylor (Richard), antiquary, 1789-1851. 

Index Monasticus, 1821. 
Taylor (Robert), contemporary with Shake- 
speare. 
Hogge hath lost his Pearle (The), a comedy, 

1614. 
Sacred Hymns, 1615. 
Taylor (Rev. Robert), 19th century. 
Devil's Pulpit (The), 1831. (I'he sale was 

prohibited, and all copies not in circulation 

destroyed.) 
Diegesis (the early history of Christianity), 

1833. 
Taylor (Silas), antiquary, bom in Shropshire, 

1624-1678. 
History of Gavelkind, 1663. 
Taylor (Thomas), "The Platonist," bom in 

London, 1758-1835. 
Arguments of the Emperor Julian against 

the Christians, 1809. 
Elements of a JS'ew Arithmetical Notation, 

1823. 
Elements of a New Method of Reasoning in 

Geometry, 1780. 
Elements of the Trae Arithmetic of Infinities, 

1809. 
History of the Restoration of the Platonic 

Theology. 
On the Eleusinian and Bacchic Mysteries, 1791. 
On Nullities and Diverging Series, 1801. 
On the Philosophy of Aristotle, 1812. 
1'heoretic Arithmetic. 
Translated: Apuleius, Aristotle, Hierocles, 

lamblicus, Julian, Maximus Tyrius, Pausa- 

nias, Plato, Plotinus, Porphyry, Sallust, etc. 
Taylor (Tom), dramatic author, born at Sun- 
derland, in Cumberland, 1817-1880. 
Anne Boleyn, 1875. 
Arkwright's Wife, 1873. 
Babes in the Wood (The), 1860. 
Barefaced Impostors, 1854. (Joint author.) 
Blighted Being (A), 1854. 
Contested Election (The), 1859. 
Diogenes and his Lantern, 1849. 
Fool's Revenge (The), 1859. 
Going to the Bad, 1858. 
Harlequin Columbus, 1853. 
Helping Hands, 1855. 
Henry Dunbar, 1865. 
Hidden Hand (The), 1864. 
House or the Home (The), 1859. 
Jeanne d'Arc, 1871. 
King's Rival, 1854. (Joint author.) 
Lady Clancarty, 1874. 
Little Red Riding Hood, 1851. 
Masks and Faces, 1«52. (Joint author.) 
New Men and Old Acies, 1869. (Joint author.) 
Nice Firm (A), 1853. 
Nine Points of the Law, 1859 



Our American Cousin, 1858. 

Our Clerks, 1852. 

Overland Route (The), 1860. 

Payable on Demand, 1859. 

Philosopher's Stone (The), 1850. 

Plot and Passion, 1853. (Joint author.) 

Prince Dorus, 1850. 

Retribution, 1856. (Joint author.) 

Sense and Sensation, 1864. 

Serf (The), 1864. 

Settling Day, 1865. 

Sheep in Wolfs Clothing (A), 1857. 

Sir Roger de Coverley, 1851. 

Sister's Penance, 1866. (Joint author.) 

Slave Life, 1852. (Joint author.) 

Still Waters Run Deep, 1855. 

Tale of Two Cities (A), 1860. 

Ticket of Leave Man (The), 1863. 

To oblige Benson, 1854. 

To Parents and Guardians, 1846. 

Trip to Kissengen (A), 1844. 

'Twixt Axe and Crown, 1871. 

Two Loves and a Life, 1854. (Joint author.) 

Unequal Match (An), 1857. 

Up at the Hills, 1860. 

Vicar of Wakefield, 1850. 

Victims, 1857. 

Webster at Home, 1853. (Joint author.) 

Wittikind and his Brothers, 1852. 
Not Dramatic Works. 

Autobiography of Haydon, 1853. 

Autobiography of Leslie, R.A., 1859. 

Life and Times of Sir J. Reynolds, i865. 
Taylor (William), Norwich, 1765-1836. 

English Synonyms, 1813. 

Survey of German Poetry, 1828-30. 
(His Memoirs, by J. W. Robberds, 1843.) 
Taylor, liL.O. (William Cooke), historian, 
born at Youghal, in Ireland, 1800-1849. 

Historical Miscellany, 1829. 

History of France and Normandy, 1830. 

History of Mohammedanism, 1845. 

History of the House of Orleans, 1849, 

History of the Overthrow of the Roman Em- 
pire, etc., 1836. 

History of the Revolutions and Conspiracies 
of Europe, 1843. 

Life and Times of Sir Robert Peel, 1846-48. 

Manual of Ancient History, 1836. 

Manual of Modern History, 1839. 

Modern British Plutarch, 1846. 

Popular History of British India, 1842. 

Revolutions and Remarkable Conspiracies of 
Europe, 1847. 

Romantic Biography, etc., 1842. 
rKiGNMOOTH (John Shorc, lord), 1751-1834. 

Memoirs of Sir W. Jones's Works, 1804. 
(His Life, by his son, Charles James, 1842.) 
Temple, D.D. (Frederick), bishop of Jlxeter, 
1821- 

The first of the seven JSssays and Heviews^ 
1860. 
Temple (Sir William), London, 1628-1698. 

Heroic Vertue and Poetry, posthumous 1705. 

Letters, posthumous 1700-25. 

Letters to King Charles II., posthumous 1703. 

Memoirs of what passed (1672-1679) in Chris- 
tendom, 1693. 

Miscellanea, 1680-90. 

Observations on the Netherlands, 1672. 
(His Life, by T. P. Courtenay, 1836.) 



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TENISON — THOMAS. 



APPENDIX I. 



THACKERAY — THOMAS. 



Tenison. D.D. (Thomas), archbishop of Canter- 
bury, born at Cottenbam, in Cambridge- 
shire, 1636-1715. 

Baconiana, 1679. 

Creed of Mr. Hobbes examined, 1670. 

Discourse of Idolatry, 1678. 
Tennant (James), geologist, *- 

Art Gems and Precious Stones, 1859. 

Catalogue of Fossils found in the British Isles, 
1858. 

Description of the Imperial Crown Jewels in 
the Tower of London, 1858. 

Iceland Spars. 

Stratigraphical List of British Fossils, 1847. 

Treatise on Geology, Mineralogy, and Crys- 
tallography, 1857. (With Ansted and 
Mitchell.) 
Tennant (William), poet, bom at Anstruther, 
in Scotland, 1785-1848. 

Anster Fair (in ottava rima), 1812. (His best.) 

Cardinal Beaton (a tragedy), 1823. 

Hebrew Dramas, 1845. 

John Baliol (a drama), 1825. 

Papistry stormed, 1819. 

Synopsis of Syriac and Chaldee Grammar, 1840. 

Thane of Fife (The), a poem, 1822. 
(His Memoirs, by M. F. Conolly, 1861.) 
Tennent (Rev. Gilbert), of Philadelphia, U.S., 
1703-1764. 

Irenicum Ecclesiasticum, 1749. 
Tknni'son (Alfred), poet laureate, born at 
Somersby, in Lincolnshire, 1809- 

Aylmer's Field, 1864. 

Charge of the Light Brigade (a song), 1854. 

Dying Swan (The), in three subdivisions, 
1830. 

Enoch Arden (a tale in verse), 1864. 

Epitaph on the Duchess of Kent, 1864. 

Falcon (The), a dramatic piece in one act, 1879. 

Grandmother's Apology (The), 1859. 

Harold (an historic play), 1877. 

Hero and Leander, 1830. 

Idylls of the King (four in number), 1858-59. 

Gareth and Lynette (an idyll), 1872. 

Holy Grail (The), an idyll, 1867. 

In Memoriam (in 131 subdivisions), 1850. 
(Arthur Hallam, son of the historian.) 

Lady Clara Vere de Vere, 1833. 

Last Tournament (The), 1871. 

Lilian, 1830. 

Locksley Hall (in 2-line stanzas), 1833. 

Lotus-eater (The), 1833. 

Lover's Tale (The), 1879. 

Mariana (in two parts), 1830. 

Maud (in three parts), and other Poems, 1855. 

May the First (an ode), 1862. 

Mermaid CThe), 1830. 

Miller's Daughter (The), 1833. 

Oriana (a ballad), 1830. 

Poems, 1830, 1842. 

Poems by Two Brothers, 1827. 

Princess (The), in seven parts, 1847-50. 

Queen Mary (an historic play), 1875. 

Relief of Lucknow, 1879. 

Revenge (The), a naval song, 1878. 

Timbuctoo, 1829. (Chancellor's Medal.) 

Tithonus, 1864. (One of his best.) 

Welcome (A), 1863. 

Welcome to Marie Alexandre vna, 1874. 

Wellington (Death of the Duke of), an ode, 
1852. 



Whidow (The), or Songs of the Wrens, 1870. 
(His Life, by Shepherd ; Walter G. Wace, 

1881.) 
Thackeray (Anne Isabella), Mrs. Ritchie, 
daughter of W. M. Thackeray, the novelist, 
1839- 

Bluebeard'B Keys, and other Storie8,1874. (The 
old tales made into allegories of modern life.) 

Esther (To), and otnei Sketches, 1869. 

Five Old Friends and a Young Prince, 1868. 

Miss Angel, 1875. 

Old Kensington, 1872. 

Story of Elizabeth, 1863. 

Toilers and Spinsters, with other Essays, 1873. 

Village on the Cliff (The), 1866. 

Works, 1875-76. 
Thackeray (William Makepeace), novelist, 
pseudonyms "Michael Angelo Titmarsh," 
and " Fitzboodle," bom at Calcutta, 1811- 
1863. 

Adventures of Philip (a novel), 1861. 

Barry Lyndon (a novel), 1853. (A sharper.) 

Book of Snobs (The), 1848. 

Catherine [Hayes] by Ikey Solomon, 1839-40. 

Chronicle of the Drum (The), 1841. 

Denis Duval. (Unfinished at his death.) 

Dr. Birch and his Young Friends, 1849. 

English Humorists (The), 1851. 

Esmond (a novel), 1852. 

Flore et Zephyr (London and Paris), 1836. 

Four Georges (The), lectures, 1860. 

From Cornhill to Grand Cairo, 1845. 

Hoggarty Diamond (The Great), published in 
Fraser's Magazine. 

Kickleburys on the Rhine (The), 1851. 

Irish Sketch-book (The), 1843. 

Lovel the Widower, in Cornhill Magazine. 

Jeames's Deary, in Punch. 

Mrs. Perkins's Ball (a Christmas tale), 184T. 

Newcomes (The), a novel, 1855. 

Novels by Eminent Hands (parodies on Bul- 
wer, Disraeli, Lever, Bret Harte, James, 
Cooper, etc.). 

Our Street, 1848. 

Paris Sketch-book (The), 1840. 

Pendennis (a novel), 1849-50. (An autobio- 
graphical fiction.) 

Philip. 

Rebecca and Rowena, 1850. 

Roundabout Papers (The), in Cornhill Mag(U 
zine. 

Second Funeral of Napoleon (The), 1841. 

Snob Papers, in Punch. 

Vanity Fair, 1846-48. (His best novel.) 

Virginians (The), a novel, 1857-59. 
(His Life, by Trollope, 1879 ; Shepherd.) 
Theobald (Lewis), dramatic author, called in 
the Dunciad " Piddling Theobald," born at 
Sittingbourne, in Kent, 1688-1744. 

Double Falsehood (a tragedy), 1728. 

Electra (a tragedy), 1714. 

Life of Raleigh, 17 19. 

Persian Princess (The), 1711. 
*»* His chief work is an edition of IsnaMr 

speare, 1733. 
Thom (William), iJoe«, 1799-1850. 

Rhymes and Recollections of a Handloom 
Weaver, 1841. 
Thomas a Beoket, called "St. Thomas of Can- 
terbury," London, 1117-1170. 

Opera, printed 1682. (Here I found those 



THOMAS — THOMSON. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. THOMPSON — THOMSON. 1333 



articles in Rhymer's Fcedera Inserted by 
Dr. Clarke (Henry I.) without marginal 
"authorization." 

(His Life, by A. B. ColoniaB, 1639 ; F. 
Christian Lupus, Iprensis, 1862.) 
Thomas, D.D. (David), born at Tenby, in South 
Wales, 1813- 
Genlus of the Gospel (The), 1864. 
Homiletic Commentary on T}ie Acts, 1870. 
Practical Philosopher (The), 1873. 
Resurrections, etc., 1862. 
Thomas (Edward), London, 1813- 
Ancient Indian Weights, 1877. 
Chronicles of the Path^Q Kings of Delhi, 

1871. 
Early Sassanian Inscriptions, etc., 1868. 
Essays on Indian Antiquities, 1858. 
Indian Numerals, 1863. 
On the Epoch of the Gupta Dynasty, 1855. 
Thomas (Frederick William), novelist, bom at 
Baltimore, U.S., 1810- 
Beechen Tree (The). 1844. 
Clinton Bradshaw, 1835. 
Emigrant (The), 1833. 
Howard Pinckney, 1840. 
Thomas (Isaiah), of Worcester, U.S., 1749-1831. 
History of Printing in America, with Bio- 
graphy of Printers, and an Account of 
American Newspapers, 1810. (Very in- 
teresting.) 
Thomas of Ekcildounb. See Rhtmee (Thomas 

the). 
Thomas of Reading, called " The Great Ballad 
Maker." Real name Thomas Deloney, q.v. 
Thomas (William), 1509-1553. 
Historie of Italie (The), 1549. (This book 

was publicly burnt.) 
Vanitee of this World (The), 1549. 
Thomas, D.D. (Wmisna), antiquary, 1670-1738. 
Survey of the Cathedral of Worcester, with 
a Biography of its Bishops, 1736. 
Thompson (Daniel Pierce), novelist, bom at 
Charlestown, U.S., 1795-1872. 
Locke Amsden, or the Schoolmaster, 1847. 
May Martin, or the Money-diggers, 1835. 
Rangers (The), or the Tory's Daughter, 
1850. 
Thompson (Edward), poet, etc., 1738-1786. 
Courtezan (The), a poem, 1765. 
Demirep (The), a poem, 1765. 
Fair Quaker rrhe), 1773. 
Meretriciad (The), a poem. 
Sailor's Letter (A), 1767. 
THOMP.SON (Rev. Henry), 1797- 
Concionalia, or Outline Sermons, 1853. 
Davidica, or Sermons on David, 1827. 
Life of Hannah More, 1838. 
Pastoralia, a Manual for the Parochial Clergy, 
1830. 
Thompson (Thomas Perronet), bom at Hull, 
178a-1869. 
Audi Alteram Partem, 1857-61. 
CoTO-law Catechism, 1827. 
Geometry without Axioms, 1830. 
Thompson (The Very Rev. William), poet, 
•-1767. 
Sickness, 1746. 
Poems, 1757. 
Thompson rVViUiam), naturalist, bom at Bel- 
fast, in Ireland, 1805-1852. 
Natural History of Ireland, 184»-56. 



Thompson (Zadoc), naturalist, born in Ver- 
mont State, U.S., 1796-1856. 
Gazetteer of Vermont, 1824. 
Natural, Civil, and Political History of Ver- 
mont, 1342. 
TnoMS (William John), antiquary, etc., bora 
at Westminster, 1803- 
Book of the Court, 1838. 
Death-warrant of Charles L, 1881. 
Early Prose Romances, 1828. 
Exceptional Longevity, 1881. 
Lays and Legends of Various Nations, 1834. 
Longevity of Man (The), 1873. 
Hannah Lightfoot, Queen Charlotte, and the 
ChevaUer d'Eon, 1867. 
*^* He founded Notes and Queries, 1849, 
and acted as editor till 1872. 
Thomson (Alexander), poef, 1762-1803. 

Paradise of Taste (The), in five cantos, 1790. 
Thomson, M.D. (Anthony Todd), of Edinburgh, 
1778-1849. 
Conspectus Pharmacopiae, 1810. (His chief 

work.) 
Diseases of the Skin, 1839-40. 
Domestic Management of the Sick-room, 1841. 
Elements of Botany, 1822. 
Elements of Materia Medica, 1832. 
London Dispensator", 1811. 
Philosophy of Magic, etc., 1846. 
Thomson (Mrs. Anthony Todd), maiden name 
Katherine Byerley, biographer and novt' 
list, *-1862. 
Anne Boleyn (an historical romance), 1842. 
Celebrated Friendships, 1861. 
Chevalier (The), a romance, 1845. 
Constance (a novel), 1854. 
Court Secrets, 1857. 
Faults on Both Sides (a novel), 1858. 
Lady Annabetta (The), a novel, 1817. 
Lady of Milan (The), 1845. 
Life and Times of Gfeorge Villiers, 1860. 
Memoirsof Sarah DuchessofMarlborough,1838 
Memoirs of the Court of Henry VIII., 1826. 
Memoirs of the Jacobites, 1715. 
Memoirs of the Life of Sir W. Raleigh, 1830. 
Memoirs of the Viscountess of Lundon, 1847. 
Private Correspondence of the Duchess of 

Marlborough, 1838. 
Ragland Castle (a novel), 1843. 
Recollections of Literary Characters, 1854. 
Rosabel (a novel), 1835. 
Tracey, or the Apparition, 1847. 
White Mask (The), 1844. 
Widows and Widowers, 1842. 
Thomson (Sir Charles Wyville), bom at Bon- 
syde, in Scotland, 1830- 
Depths of the Sea, 1872. 
Thomson (James), poet, bom at Ednam, in 
Scotland, 1700-1748. 
Autumn (in blank verse), 1730. 
Britannia (in blank verse), 1727. 
Castle of Indolence (in two cantos, Spenserian 

metre), 1748. 
Liberty (in five parts, blank verse), 1735. 
(Thought by Thomson himself to be hia 
best poem.) 
Rule Britannia (a song written for the Masque 

of Alfred), 1740. 
Seasons Complete, 1730. 
Spring (in blank verse), 1728. 
Sammer (in blank verse), 1727. 



1334 



THOMSON— 'TnORPE. 



APPENDIX I. 



THORNDIKB — THORPE 



Winter (in blank verse), 1726. 

*:^* For his plays, see ArrENDix III. 

(His Life, by Murdoch, 1762; David E. 
Buchan, 1792; sir Harris Nicolas, 1830; Gil- 
fiUan, 1853 ; R. Bell, 1855.) 
Thomson (Richard), antiquary, 1795-1865. 
Account of Processions and Ceremonies ob- 
served in [our] Coronations, 1820. 
Book of Life (a bibliographical melody), 1820. 
Chronicles of London Bridge, 1827. (His best 

book.) 
Historical Essay on the Magna Charta, 1856. 
Illustrations of British History, 1828. 
Legends of London, 1832. 
Tales of an Antiquary, 1828. 
Thomson (Thomas), chemist, born at Crieff, in 

Scotland, 1773-1852. 
Annals of Philosophy, 1813-26. 
Attempt to establish First Principles of 

Chemistry, 1825. 
Chemistry of Organic Bodies, 1838. 
Elements of Chemistry, 1810. 
Heat and Electricity, 1830. 
History of Chemistry, 1830-31. 
History of the Royal Society, 1812. 
Outlines of Uineralogy and Geology, 1836. 
System of Chemistry, 1802. (Esteemed.) 
Travels in Sweden, 18i3. 
Thomson, D.D, (William), archbishop of York, 

bom at Whitehaven, in Cumberland, 1819- 
Aloning Work of Christ (The), 1853. (A 

Bampton Lecture.) 
Crime and its Excuses, 1855. 
Design in Nature, 1871. 
Life in the Light of God's Word, 1870. 
Limits of Philosophical inquiry, 1868. 
Outline of the Necessary Laws of Thought, 

1849. 
Sermons, 1861. 
Seven Years, 1870. 
Thomson (Sir William), electrician, bom at 

Belfast, in Ireland, 1824r- 
Distribution of Electricity on Spherical Con- 
ductors, 1848. 
Electro-dynamic Properties of Metals, 1855. 

(A Bakerian Lecture.) 
Thermal Effects of Fluids in Motion. 
Thorksby (Ralph), antiquary, born at Leeds, 

1658-1725. 
Diary, 1674-1724. 
Ducatus Leodiensis (the Topography of Leeds), 

1715. 
Letters of Emiment Men addressed to him, 

posthumous 1832. 
Vicaria Leodiensis (the Church of Leeds), 1725. 
Thornbury (George Walter), poet and novelist, 

London, 1828-1876. 
Art and Nature at Home and Abroad, 1856. 
British Artists from Hogarth to Turner, 1861. 
Criss-cross Journeys, 1873. 
Every Man his own Trumpeter (a novel), 1858. 
Greatheart (a novel), 1866. 
Haunted London, 1865. 
Historical and Legendary Ballads and Songs, 

1875. 
Lays and Legends of the New World, 1849. 
Life in Spain and in Turkey, 1859. 
Life of Turner (the artist), 1862. 
Monarchs of the Main, 1855. 
Old and New London. (The first two vols., 

the rest by Walford.) 



Old Stories Rf told, 1869. 

Shakespeare's England, 1856. 

Songs of the Cavaliers and Roundheads, 1857. 

Tales for the Mariner, 1865. 

Tour round England, 1870. 

Trae as Steel ,'a novel), 1863. 

Vicar's Courtship (The), a novel, 1869. 

Wildfire (a novel), 1864. 
Thorndike (Rev. Herbert), 1620-1672. 

De Ratione ac Jure Finiendi Controversias, 
etc., 1670. 

Epilogue to the Tragedy of the Church of 
England (in three books : Truth, Grace, and 
Church Government), 1659. (His great 
work.) 

Just Weights and Measures (the state of reli- 
gion weighed in the balance of the sanctu- 
ary), 1662. 

On Religious Assemblies, 1642. 

On the Government of the Church, 1641. 

On the Right of a Church in a Christian State 
1649. 
Thornton (Bonnel), humorous poet, bom in 
London, 1724-1768. 

Battle of the Wigs (a burlesque supplement 
to Garth's Dispensary\ 1768. 

Connoisseur (The), 1754. 

Have at ye All (a periodical), 1752. 

Ode on St. Cecilia's Day (An), a burlesqte, 
1765. 
Thornton, M.D. (Robert John), botanist, I75ji- 
1837. 

British Flora, 1812. (His chief work.) 

Elements of Botany, 1812. 

New Family Herbal, 1810. 

New Illustrations of the Sexual System cX 
Plants. 1799-1807. 

Philosophy of Botany, 1809-10. 

Philosophy of Medicine, 1798. 

Philosophy of Politics, 1799. 

Practical Botany, 1809. 
Thorn 1 ON (William Thomas), poet and political 
economist, bom at Burnham, in Bucking- 
hamshire, 1813- 

Modern Manicheism, and other Poems, 1856. 

Old-fashioned Ethics, etc., 1873. 

On Labour, 1869. 

Over- Population and its Remedy, 1845. 

Plea for Peasant Proprietors, 1848. 

Zohrab, and other Poems, 1854. 
Thornyckoft (Mrs.), maiden name Mary 
Francis, sculptor, born at Thornham, in 
Norfolk, 1814- 

The Flower Girl ; A Girl skipping, 1855 (her 
best) ; Sappho ; A Sleeping Child ; Ulysses 
and his Dog. 
Thoroton, M.D. (Robert), antiquary, 17th 
century. 

Antiquities of Nottinghamshire, 1677. 
Thorpe (Benjamin), antiquary, 1808-1870. 

Ancient Laws and Institutes of England, 1848. 

Analecta Anglo-Saxonica, 1834. 

Diplomaticum Anglicum .^vi Saxonici, 1865 

Northem Mythology, 1852. 

Tfuletide Stories, 1853. 

Edited Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, with transla- 
tion, 1858 ; and Rask's Grammar of Anglo- 



Translated Pauli's Life of Alfred the Greats 
1847 ; and Lappenberg's History of £ng» 
land, 1845-57. 



THUKPB — TOL^^ 1>. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



TINDAL — TOLAND. 1336 



Thoupe, M.D. (John), antiquary, born at 
Rochester, 1682-1750. 
Registrum Rofifense, etc., 1769. 
Thorpe (John), son of the above, antiquary, 
Rochester, 1714-1792. 
Custumale Roffense, 1788. 
Thokpb (Thomas Bangs), of America, 1815- 
Lynde Weiss, 1854. 

Mysteries of the Backwoods (The), 1846. 
Tom Owen, or the Bee-hunter, 1847. 
Voice to America (A), 1855. 
Thralk (Mrs.). See Piozzi. 
Theosbt (John), antiquary, bom at Leicester, 
1740-1803. 
History and Antiquities of Leicester, 1791. 
MemouB of the Town and County of Leicester, 

1777, 
Select Views in Leicestershire, 1789-90. 
Thurloe (John), statesman, bom in Essex, 
1616-1668. 
State Papers, posthumous 1742. 
Thurlow (Edward, lord), poet and lord chan- 
oMor, bom at Stowmarket, in Suffolk, 
1732-1806. 
Carmen Britannicum, 1814. 
Poems, 1813, 1821. 
Tick ELL (Thomas), poet, bom near Carlisle, 
1686-1740. 
Colin and Lucy, 1720. (Gray calls it "the 

prettiest ballad in the world.") 
Elegy of Addison, 1719. (Dr. Johnson says, 
♦' A more sublime and elegant funeral poem 
is not to be found.") 
Imitation of the Prophecy of Nereus, 1715. 

(On the Jacobite outbreak.) 
Kensington Gardens (a fairy romance in 

verse), 1730. 
Translated Homer's Iliad, book i., which 
many prefer to Pope's version. 
(His Life, by Dr. Johnson.) 
TiCKNOR (George), historian, bora at Boston, in 
Massachusetts, U.S., 1791-1871. 
History of Spanish Literature, 1849. 
Life of Lafayette, 1825. 
Life of W. H. Prescott, 1863. 
TiGHE (Mrs. Henry), maiden name Mary Black- 
ford, ^>oefess, bom at Dublin, 1773-1810. 
Psyche (in six cantos), 1805. 
TiLLOTSON, D.D. (John), archbishop of Canter- 
bury, bom at Sowerby, in Yorkshire, 1630- 
1694. 
On the 'Wisdom of being Religious, 1664, 
Protestant Religion vindicated, 1680. (He 
says no man ought to oppose a national 
religion, whether it be true or false.) 
Rule of Faith (The), 1666. 
Sermons, 1671, 1678, 1682, 1694. 
Works collected after his death, 1707-12. 

(His Life, by Youag, 1717 ; Dr. T. Birch, 
1762.) 
Times (The), a daily London newspaper, started 
by John Walter, 1785. See p. 1006. (A 
great European power.) 
TiNDAL, LL.D. (Matthew), "The Christian 
Deist," bom at Beer-Ferris, in Devonshire, 
1657-1733. 
Christianity Old as Creation, 1730. (His 

best.) 
Defence of the "Rights of the Christian 
Church," 1. 1707, ii. 1708. (Burnt by order 
of the House of Commuus.) 



Jacobitlem, Perjury, and Popery, 1710, 
Laws of Nations and Rights of Sovereigns^ 

1695. 
On Obedience to the Supreme Powers, 1694. 
Rights of the Christian Church, 1706. 
TiNDAL (Rev. Nicholas), bora in Devonshire, 

1687-1774. 
History of Essex, 1726. 
Rapin's History of England continued, 1757. 
TiTE (William), 1800-1873. 
Descriptive Catalogue of the Antiquities found 

in the Excavations at the New Royal Ex- 
change, 1848. 
ToBiN (John), dramatic author, 1770-1804. 

%* For his plays, see Appendix 111. 

(His Memoirs, by E. S. Beuger, 1820.) 

ToD (James), traveller, 1782-1835. 

Annals of Rajast'han, 1829-32. 

Travels in Western India, 1839. 

Todd (Rev. Henry John), 1763-1845. 

Accomplishment of Prophecy in the Life of 

Christ, 1810. 
Deans of Canterbury (The), 1793. 
Dictionary, 1814. (Dr. Johnson's edited.) 
History of the College of Bonhommes, in 

Buckinghamshire, 1812. 
Life of Cranmer, 1831. 
Lives of Gower and Chaucer, 1810. 
Memoirs of Brian Walton, 1821. 
Vindication of Cranmer, 1826. 
Todd (James Henthorne), born in Dublin, 1805 - 

1869. 
Book of the Hymns of the Ancient Church of 

Ireland, 1855. 
Books of the Vaudois, 1866. 
Memoir of St. Patrick, 1863. 
Testimony of the Fathers to the Dogma of 

Infallibility, 1848. 
Wars of the Danes in Ireland, 1866. 
Todhunter (Isaac), mathematician, bora at 

Rye, in Sussex, 1820- 
Analytical Statics, 1861, 
DifTerential Calculus, 1861. 
History of the Mathematical Theories of 

Attraction, etc., 1873. 
Integral Calculus, 1861. 
Trigonometry for Beginners, 1869. 
Mensuration for Beginners, 1869. 
Researches on the Calculus of Variations, 

1872. (An Adams prize essay.) 
ToLAND (Janus Junius), generally called " John 

Toland," bora at Redcastle, in Ireland, 

1669-1722. 
Adeisidffimon, 1709. (Livy vindicated.) 
Amyntor, 1699. 
Anglia Libera, 1701. 
Art of Restoring (The), 1714. (On general 

Monk.) 
Christianity not Mysterious, 1696. (Burnt by 

the hangman.) 
Courts of Prussia and Hanover (The), 1706. 
History of the Draids (A), 1814, 
Letters to Serena, 1704, 
Life of Milton, 1698. 
Memoirs of Denzil, Lord Holies, 1699. 
Nazarenus, 1718. 
Pantheisticon, 1720. 
Socinlanism truly stated, 1705. 
Tetradymus, 1720. 

(His Life, by Des Malzeaux, 1723; M» 
sheim.) 



133S 



TOMLINE — TRIMMER. 



APPENDIX 



TRACT SOCIETY — TRIMMER. 



lOMLiNE, D.D. (George Pretyman), bishop of 
Winchester, born at Bury St. Edmunds, in 
Suffolk, 1753-1827. 

Elements of Christian Theology, 1799. 

Introduction to the Study of the Bible, 1813. 

Life of Pitt, 1821. (Macaulay says "the 
worst biographical work in the world.") 

Refutation of the Charge of Calvinism against 
the Church of England, 1812. 
ToNSTALL (Cuthbert), bishop of Durham, born 
at Hatchford, in Yorkshire, 1474-1559. 

Contra Impios Blasphematores Dei Praidesti- 
nationis Opus, 1555. 

De Arte Supputandi, libri iv., 1522. 

De Veritate Corporis et Sanguinis Domini in 
Eucharistia, 1554. 
TooKE (John Home), phUologisUhom at West- 
minster, 1736-1812. 

Diversions of Purley, 1786-1805. (On the 
etymology of English words. His great 
work.) 

Letter on the Reported Marriage of the Prince 
of Wales, 1787. 

Letter to Mr. Dunning, 1778. 

Petition of an Englishman, 1765. 
(His Life, by Hamilton, 1812; Stephens, 

1813 ; W. H. Reid.) 
ToOKE (Thomas), economist, 1774-1858. 

History of Pr;«es, 1838-57. 
TooKE (Rev. William), historian, bom at Is- 
lington, near London, 1744-1820. 

General Biographical Dictionary, 1798. (With 
others.) 

History of Russia, 1800. 

Life of Catherine II., 1797. 

View of the Russian Empire, 1799. 
TooKE (William), 1777-1863. 

Monarchy of France, 1855. 
ToPLADT (Rev. Augustus Montague), hymn- 
writer, etc., born at Famham, in Surrey, 
1740-1778. 

Calvinism of the Church of England, 1774. 

Christian and Philosophical Necessity as- 
serted, 1775. 

Hymns and Sacred Poems, 1860. 

Psalms and Hymns, 1776. 

N.B.— Toplady is the author of "Rock of 

Ages," admirably rendered into Latin by 

W. E. Gladstone. 
TouRNEDK (Cyril), poet, I7th century. 

Atheist's Tragedie (The), 1611. 

Funerall Poem on . . . Sir Francis Vere, 1609. 

Griefe on the Death of Prince Henrie (A), 
1613. 

Laugh and lie down, 1605. 

Revenger's Tragedie (The), 1607. 
ToWEES, LL.D. (Rev. Joseph), London, 1737- 
1799. 

British Biography, 1766-72. 

General Doctrines of Christianity, 1763. 

Life, etc., of Frederick III. of Prussia, 1788. 
TownLET (Rev. James), dramatic author, 1715- 
1778. 

High Life Below-stairs (a farce), 1759. 
TowNSHENi) (Chauncy Hare), poet, 1800-1868. 

Mesmerism proved True, 1855. 

Sermons in Sonnets, 1851. 

Three Gates (The), 1859. 
TowNSHEND (George Herbert), *-1869. 

Handbook, 1869. (For the year 1868.) 

Manual of Dates 1862. 



Tbact Society (Religious), of London, estab- 
lished 1799; of Scotland, 1793; of New 
England, 1814. 
Train (Joseph), poet, 19th century. 

Poems, with Notes Illustrative of Galloway 
and Ayrshire, 1814. 
Tkapp, D.D. (Joseph), commentator and poet, 
1679-1747. 

Defence of the Church of England, 1727. 

Explanatory Notes upon the Gospels, 1747-48. 
(Good.) 

Praelectiones Poeticae, 1711-19. 
Tkedgold (Thomas), civil engineer, born at 
Brandon, in Durham, 1788-1829. 

Elementary Principles of Carpentry, 1820. 

Principles of Warming and Ventilating Pub- 
lic Buildings, 1824. 

Railroads and Carriages, 1825. 

Steam Engine (The), 1827. 

Strength of Cast Iron and other Metals, 1821. 
Tkench, D.D. (Richard Chenevix), archbishop 
of Dublin, bora in Dublin, 1807- 
Poetry, 1837-38; collected 1864. 

Elegiac Poems ; Genoveva ; Poems from 
Eastern sources; Sabbaiion, H. Neale, and 
other Poems ; Story of Justin Martyr, 1837. 
Prose. 

English, Past and Present, 1855. 

Epistles to the Seven Churches, 1859. 

Lessons in Proverbs, 1853. 

Mediajval Church History, 1878. 

Notes on the Miracles, 1846. 

Notes on the Parables, 1841. (His best 
book.) 

Remains of Mrs. Trench (his mother), 1862. 

Sacred Latin Poetry, 1849. 

St. Augustine, etc., 1851. 

Sermon on the Mount, 1844. 

Social Aspi ct of tlie Thirty Years' War. 

Study of Words, 1851. (The largest circula- 
tion of all his works) 

Synonyme of the New Testament, 1854. 
Trenchard (John), Dorsetshire, 1662-1723. 

Cato's Letters, 1720-23. 

History of Standing Armies, 1698. 

Independent Whig (The), 1720-23. 
Treveltan (George Otto), born at Rothley 
Temple, in Leicestershire, 1838- 

Cawnpore, 1865. 

Life, etc., of Lord Macaulay, 1876. 
Trevor (Rev. George), 1809- 

Ancient Egypt, 1864. 

Christ in His Passion, 1847. 

Doctrines and Means of Grace, 1851. 

Egypt from Alexander to Napoleon, 1866. 

India (an historical sketch), 1358. 

Origin, Constitution, and Form of Procedure 
in Convocation, 1852. 

Rome since the Fall of the Western Empire, 
1869. 

Russia, Ancient and Modem, 1862. 

Sacrifice of the Eucharist (The), 1869. 

Story of the Cross (The), 1866. 

Types and Antitypes, 1864. 
Trimmer (Mrs.), maiden name Sarah Kirby, 
educational books, born at Ipswich, 1741- 
1810. 

Catechism of the Church of England Familiar- 
ized, 1791. 

Companion to the Book of Common Prnyer, 
1791. 



TROLLOPE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



TKOLLOPE. 



1337 



Eaey Introduction to the Knowledge of Nature, 
1780. 

Economy of Charity, 1788. 

Fabulous Histories, 1785. 

Instructive Tales collected, 1814. 

Sacred History, 1782-85. (Her chief work.) 
Teollope (Anthony), novelist, 1815- 

Those marked thus * are vot novels. 

American Senator (The), 1877. 

♦Australia and New Zealand, 1873. 

Ayala's Angel, 1881. 

Barchester Towers, 1857. (His best novel. 
The continuation of " The Warden.") 

Belton Estate (The), 1865. 

Bertrams (The), 1859. 

•British Sports and Pastimes, 1868. 

Can you Forgive Her? 1X64. 

Castle Richmond, 1860. 

Claverings (The), 1867. 

•Clergymen of the Church of England 
(sketches), 1866. 

Cousin Henry, 1879. 

Doctor Thorn, 1858. 

Editor's Tales (An), 1870. 

Eustace Diamonds, 1872 

Framley Parsonage, 1861. 

Golden Lion of Grandpere, 1872, 

Harry Heathcote, 1874. 

He knew he was Right, 1869. 

♦Hunting Sketches, 1865. 

Is he Popenjoy ? 1878. 

Kellys (The) and the O'Kellys, 1848. 

Lady Anna, 1874. 

Last Chronicles of Barset, 1867. 

La Vendee (an historical romance), 1 850. 

JjOtta Schmidt, and other Stories, 1867. 

Macdermots of Ballycloran (The), lb47. 

Miss Mackenzie, 1865. 

*New South Wales and Queensland, 1874. 

♦North America, 1862. 

Orley Farm, 1862. 

Phineas Finn, the Irish Member, 1869. 

Phineas Redux, 1873. 

Prime Minister (The), 1875. 

Rachel Ray, 1863. 

Ralph the Heir, 1871. 

Sir Harry Hotspur, 1870. 

Saall House at Allington, 1864. 

♦South Africa, 1878. 

♦South and Western Australia, 1874. 

Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson 
(The), 1870. 

♦Tales of all Countries, 1861. 

Thackeray (a biographical sketch), 1879. 

Three Clerks (The), 1857. 

♦Travelling Sketches, 1866. 

Vicar of Bullhampton (The), 1870. 

♦Victoria and Tasmania, 1874. 

Warden (The), 1855. (See above, "Barchester 
Towers.") 

Way we Live Now (The), 1875. 

♦West Indies and the Spanish Main, 1859. 
(Supplied from the British Museum, July, 1881.) 
TitoLLOPE, D.D. (Edward), bishop suffragan of 
Nottingham, antiquary, 1817- 

Battle of B<jsworth Field (The), 1862. 

Boston and other Churches, 1870. 

Captivity of John, King of France, 1757. 

Church Spires, 1874. 

Danes in Lincolnshire (The). 1859. 

Feus and Submarine Forests, 1863. 



Gainsborough and other Churches, 1866. 
Grantham and other Churches, 1867. 
History of Anne Askewe, 1859. 
History of Worksop, 1860. 
Holbeach and other Cliurches, 1872. 
Illustrations of Ancient Art, 1854. 
Introduction of Christianity into Lincolnshire, 

1857. 
Labyrinths, Ancient and Modern, 1858. 
Life of Hereward the Saxon, 1861. 
Life of Pope Adrian IV., 1856. 
Louth Park Abbey and other Churches, 18'i3. 
Memorabilia of Grimsby, 1859. 
Monastic Gatehouses, i860. 
Norman and Early English Styles of Gothic 

Architecture, 1869. 
Norman Sculpture of Lincoln Cathedral, 18<i6. 
Raising of the Royal Standard at Nottingham, 

1864. 
Roman Ermine Street, 1868. 
Roman House at Apethorpe (The), 1859. 
Sepulchral Memorials, 1858. 
Shadows of the Past, 1863. 
Sleaford and the Wapentakes of Flax well, 

etc., 1872. 
Spilsby and other Churches, 1865. 
Use and Abuse of Red Bricks, 1859. 
Tkollope (Mrs. Frances), novelist, Ixirn at 

Heckfield, in Hampshire, 1790-1863. 
Those marked thus ♦ are not novels. 
Abbess (The), 1833. 
Adventures of Jonathan Jefferson Whitlaw, 

1836. 
Attractive Man (The), 1843. 
Bamabys in America (The), 1843. 
♦Belgium and Western Germany, 1833-34. 
Blue Belles of England (The), 1841. 
Charles Chesterfield, 1841. 
♦Domestic Manners of the Americans, 1832. 
Father Eustace, 1846. 
Hargrave, 1843. 
Jessie Phillips, 1843. 

Lauringtons (The), or Superior People, 1843. 
Life and Adventures of a Clever Woman, 

1846. 
Michael Armstrong, the Factory Boy, 1840. 
One Fault, 1839. 
♦Paris and London, 1856. 
♦Paris and the Parisians, 1835. 
Petticoat Government, 1846. 
♦Refuge in America (The), 1832. 
Robertses on their Travels (The), 1843. 
Romance of Vienna (A), 1838. 
Three Cousins (The), 1847. 
Town and Country, 1844. 
Tremordyn Cliff, 1838. 
Uncle Walter, 1852. 
Vicar of Wrexhill (The), 1837. 
♦Vienna and the Austrians, 1837. 
♦Visit to Italy (A), 1842. 
Ward of Thorpe Combe (The), 1842. 
Widow Barnaby, 1838. (Her most popnlar 

novel.) 
Widow Married (The), 1840. 
Young Love, 1844. 
Tkollope (Thomas Adolphus), biographer md 

novelist, 1810- 
Artingall Castle (a novel), 1867. 
Beppo the Conscript (a novel), 1864. 
Decade of Italian Women (A), 1859. 
Diamond cut Diamond, 1875. 



1338 



TKOTTKR — TUKNEK. 



APPENDIX I. 



TUCKEY — TURNER. 



Dream Numbers (The), a novel, 1868. 

Durnton Abbey, 1871. 

Family Party at the Piazza of St. Peter's, 

1877. 
Garstangs of Garstang Grange (The), 1869. 
Gemma (a novel), 1866. 

Girlhood of 0»<herine de Medici (a tale), 1856. 
Giulio Maldtesta (a novel), 1863, 
History of the Commonwealth of Florence, 

1865. (His chief work.) 
Impressions of a Wanderer in Italy, etc., 1850. 
La Beata, 1861. (An Italian tale, well told.) 
Lenten Journey in Umbria, etc., 1862. 
Leonora Casoloni (a novel), 1868. 
Life of Filippo Strozzi, 1860. 
Life of Pope Pius IX., 1877. 
Lindisfarn Chase (a novel), 1864. 
Marietta (a novel), 1862. 
Papal Conclaves (The), 187§. 
Paul the Pope and Paul the. Friar, 1860. 
Peep Behind the Scenes at Rome, 1877. 
Summer in Brittany (A), 1840. 
Summer in Western France (A), 1841. 
Tuscany, 1859. 
Tkotter, M.D. (Thomas), Edinburgh, 1788- 

1832. 
Medica Nautica, 1799. 
Medical and Chemical Essays, 1796. 
Treatise on Scurvy, 1786. 
Tuscany in 1849 . . . 1859. 
TaoMAN (Rev. Joseph), born in Nottingham- 
shire, 1631-1671. 
Discourse of Natural and Moral Impotency, 

1671. 
Great Propitiation (The), 1669. 

(His Life, by H. Rogers, 1834.) 
Tucker (Abraham), moralist, London, 1705- 

1774. 
Advice to his Son (on clubs), 1755. 
Cuthbert Commet's Man in Quest of himself, 

1763. 
Free Will, Foreknowledge, and Fate, 1763. 
Light of Nature pursued, 1765. (Excellent.) 
Vocal Sounds, 1781. 
TocKEE, D.D. (Josiah), of Wales, 1711-1799. 
Apology for the Church of England, 1772. 
Reflections on the Matters of Dispute between 

England and Ireland, 1785. 
Religious IntoUerance [condemned], 1773. 
Treatise concerning Civil Government, 1781. 
TocKER (Miss), norm, de plume " A.L.O.E." (i.e. 

A Lady of England), novelist, etc., *- 
Cyril Ashley. 
Exiles in Babylon. 
Fairy Know-a-bit. 
Giant killed (The). 
Hebrew Heroes. 
House Beautiful (The). 
Lady of Provence (The), 
Pride and his Prisoners, 
Silver Casket (The). 
TncKERMAN (Henry Theodore), bom at Boston, 

in Massachusetts, U.S., 1813-1871. 
Artist's Life (An), 1847. 
Biographical Essays, 1857. 
Characteristics of Literature, 1849, 1851, 
Italian Sketch-book, 1835. 
Leaves from the Diary of a Dreamer. I8f3. 
Memorial of Horatio Greenough, 1853, 
Month in England (A), 1853. 
Optimist (The), 1850. 



Spirit of Poetry (The), 1851. 

Thoughts on the Poets, 1846. 
Tucket (James Hingston), traveller, bom ill 
Cork, Ireland, 1778-1816. 

Maritime Geography and Statistics, 1815. 
TULL (Jethro), agriculturist, 1680-1740. 

Essay on Horse-hoeing Husbandry, 1733. 
TcLLOCH, D.D. (John), born in Perthshire, ScoV 
land, 1822- 

Beginning Life, 1861, 

Christ of the Gospel (The), and the Christ of 
Modern Criticism, 18C4. 

English Puritanism and its Leaders, 1861, 

Leaders of the Reformation, 1859. 

Rational Theology and Christian Philosophy, 

Religion and Theology, 1875. 

Theism, 1855. (Second Burnett prize essay.) 
TUFPER, D.C.L. (Martin Farquhar), poet, 1810- 

Author's Mind (An), 1841. 

Ballads for the Times, and other Poems, 
1852, 

Cithara (lyrics), 1863, 

Creed (A) and Hymns, 1870. 

Crock of Gold (The), 1844. 

Farley Heath, 1851. 

Geraldine, 1838. (A continuation of Cole- 
ridge's " Christabel.") 

Hactenus, a Budget pf Lyrics, 1848 

Heart (a tale), 1853. 

Hymns for All Nations, in Thirty Languages, 
1851. 

King Alfred's Poems in English Metre, 1850. 

Lyrics, 1855. 

Modern Pyramid (The), 1839. 

Probabilities, an Aid to Faith, 1854. 

(21) Protestant Ballads, 1868, (Fifty more, 
1874.) 

Proverbial Philosophy, 1838, 1842, 1867, (A 
book of almost unparalleled sale.) 

Rides and Reveries of Mr, jEsop Smith, 
1859. 

Stephen Langton, or the Days of King John 
1858. 

Surrey, its Persons and Places, 1849. 

Three Hundred Sonnets, 1860, 

Twins (The), a tale, 1841. 

Washington (a drama), 1877. 
TuRBERviLLE (George), poet, born in Dorset- 
shire, 1530-1595. 

Booke of Faulconrie, 1575. 

Epitaphs, Epigrams, Songs, etc., 1570. 

Noble Art of Venerie (The), 1576. 

Songs and Sonnets, 1567. 

Tragical Tales (from Italian authors), 1576. 
Turner (Dawson), antiquary and botanist, 
bom at Great Yarmouth, 1775-1853. 

Botanist's Guide (The), 1805. 

Fuci (The), 1808-18. 

Muscologias Hiberaicae Spicilegium, 1804. 

Sepulchral Reminiscences of Yarmouth, 1848. 
Turner (Edward) chemist, Scotland, 1798-1839. 

Elements of Chemistry, 1828 ; eighth edition, 
1847. 
Turner, R.A, (Joseph Mallard William), 
painter, London, 1775-1851. 

The Battle of the Nile, 1799 ; The Bay of Baia;, 
1823; The Calais Pier, 1803; Caligula's 
Palace and Bridge, 1831; Dido buUding Car- 
thage, 1815; England and Wales, 1827-38; 
Falls of Schalihausen, 1805; Hannibal cross- 
ing the Alps, 1812 ; The Harbours of Eng- 



TUllNKR — TYSON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



TYNDALIi — TTSON. 



1339 



land, 1856 ; Liber Studionira (a series of en- 
gravings from original designs), 1808-1816 ; 
Mercury and Herse, 1811; Mortlake, 1826- 
1 827 ; Picturesque Views of England and 
Wales, 1827-32; Pictiu-esque Views of the 
Southern Coast of England, 1814-27 ; Rich- 
mondshire, 1823 ; River Scenery of Eng- 
land, 1824; River Scenery of France, 1857 ; 
The Shipwreck, 1805; Spithead, 1809; The 
Sun rising in a Mist, 1807 ; The Teme- 
raire, 1833 ; Ulysses deriding Polyphemus, 
1829; Views of the Ports of England. 1825. 
(His Life, by P. Cunningham, 1852 ; Walter 
Thornbury, 1862.) 
Turner (Samuel), traveller, bom in Gloucester- 
shire, 1759-1802, 
Account of an Embassy to Tibet (An), 1800. 
Turner (Sharon), historian, London, 1768-1847. 

British Poems, witli Specimens, 1803. 

History of the Anglo-Saxons, 1799-1805. 

History of England (from the Conquest to 
1509), 1814-23. 

History of the Reign of Henry VIII., 1826. 

History of the Reigns of Edward VL, Mary, 
and Elizabeth, 1829. 

Prolusions, 1819. 

Richard III. (a poem), 1845. 

Sacred History of the World, 1832. 
Turner (Thomas Hudson), antiquary, London, 
1815-1852. 

Account of the Domestic Architecture of 
England (An), 1851. 
Tdrnek, M.D. (William), naturalist, bom at 
Morpeth, in Northumberland, 1510-1568. 

Avium . . . Historia, 1554. 

Herball (The), 1551-62. 

Huntyng and Fynding out of the Romishe 
Foxe, etc. (The), 1543. 

Huntyng of the Romishe Wolfe, 1554. 

Preservative or Triacle against the Poyson of 
Pelagius, 1551. 

Rescuyinge of the Romishe Foxe, etc. (The), 
1545. 
Tdsser (Thomas), poet, bom in Essex, 1515- 
1580. 

Dialoge of Wyvinge and Thryvinge, 1562. 

Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry (in 
57 chapters), 1557. 

Metrical [Auto]biography, 1573. 

Points of Housewifery, 1563. 
T^VINrNG, M.D. (William), •-1835. 

Clinical Illustrations of the More Important 
Diseases of Bengal, etc., 1832-35. 
T^riss (Horace), 1786-1849. 

Life of Lord Eldon, 1844. 
TwTSDEN (Sir Roger), antiquary, bom In Kent, 
1597-1672. 

Anglicanae HistorisB Scriptores Decem, 1652. 
(See p. 881 of this " Handbook," art. Scrip- 
tores Decem.) 

Historical Defence of the Church of England, 
1675. 
Tylor (Edward Burnett), an American citizen, 
born at Camberwell, in Surrey, 1832- 

Anahuacs, or Mexico and the Mexicans, 1861. 

Primitive Culture, etc., 1871. 

Re.searche8 into the History of Mankind, 1865. 
Ttndalk (William), born at Nibley, in Glou- 
cestershire, 1485-1536. 

Exposicion of i Ep. of S. John, 1531. 

ilxjwsicion on i Cor. vii., etc., 1629. 



Exposicion upon v. vi. vii, Mathew, 1548. 

Fyrst Boke of Moses (The), 1530. 

Obedyence of a Christen Man, etc., 1528. 

Parable ot the Wicked Mammon, 1528. 

Pathway to Scripture, 1526. 

Preface unto the Pistle to the Romayna, 
1530, 

Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 1533. 

Sacraments (The), 1538, 

Translation of Deuteronomy, printed 1830 
(with Coverdale) ; of the New Testament, 
1526 (burnt 1529); new and revised edition, 
1534 ; of the Pentateuch, 1529. (Tyndale 
also translated Jonah and Nehemiah. Tyn- 
dale's version is far superior to Cover- 
dale's.) 
(His Life, by OfFor, 1836; Demaus. 1871.) 
Ttndall, LL.D. (John), physicist, bom at 
Leighton Bridge, in Ireland, 1820- 

Absorption and Radiation of Heafc by Gases 
and Vapours, 1861. 

Address to the British Association, 1871. 

Calorescence, 1865. 

Contributions to Molecular Physics, 1872. 

Faraday as a Discoverer, 1868. 

Forms of Water in Clouds and Rivers, Ice and 
Glaciers, 1872, 

Fragments of Science for the Unscientiiio, 
1871, 

Glaciers of the Alps, 1860, 

Heat as a Mode of Motion, 1863, 

Hours of Exercise In the Alps, 1871. 

Imagination in Science, 1870, 

Invisible Radiation of the Electric Lights 
1865. 

Lectures on Light, 1869, 1872-73. 

Lectures on S<jund, 1867. 

Lessons on Electricity, 1875-76. 

Mountaineering, 1861, 

Nature of the Force by which Bodies ara 
repelled from the Poles of a Magnet, 1855. 

Notes on Electricity, 1870. 

Notes on Light, 1871. 

On Molecular Influences, 1853, 

On the Vibrations and Tones produced by 
Bodies in Contact having Different Tern 
peratures, 1854, 

Physical Connection of Absorption and Radi- 
ation, etc, 1861, 

Physical Phenomena of Glaciers, 1857. 

Physical Properties of Ice, 1858-59. 

Radiation, 1861-65. 

Researches on Diamagnetism and Magne- 
Crystallic Action (new edition), 1881. 

Sounding and Sensitive Flames, 1867, 

Transmission of Heat through Gaseous Bodies^ 
1859. 

Transmission of Heat through Organic Struc- 
tures, 1853, 

Vacation Tour, 1862, 
Ttrrell (James), historian, London, 1642-1718. 

Bibliotheca Politica, 1692-95. 

General History of England, 1700-4. 
TrvLwmiT (Thom&s), philologist, London, 173a- 
1786, 

Dlssertatio de Babrio, 1776. 

Edited Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, 1773. 

Epistle to Florio, 1749, 
Tyson, M,D. (Edward), bom in Sosaersetshire, 
1649-1708. 

Orangoutang (The), 1699. 



1340 



TYTLER — VAUGHAN. 



APPENDIX I. 



USHER — VAUGHAN. 



TnxsR (Alexander Fraser), historian (lord 
Woodhouselee), born at Edinburgh, 1747- 
1813. 

Elements of General History, 1801. (His beat- 
known work.) 

Life, etc., of Petrarch, 1810. 

Memoirs of Lord Kames, 1807. 

Outlines of . . . Universal History, 1782. 
IrTLER (C. C. Fraser), poet and novelist, '- 

Jasmine Leigh, 1871. 

Jonathan, 1876. 

Making or Marring, 1877. 

Margaret, 1879. 

Mistress Judith, 1873. 

Rose and a Pearl (A), 1869. 

Sweet Violet, and other Stories, 1868. 
rxTLER (Patrick Fraser), historian and bio- 
grapher, son of Alexander Fraser Tytler, 
born at Edinburgh, 1791-1849. 

England under Edward VI. and Mary, 1839. 

Historical View of the ... Discovery of 
America, 1840. 

History of Scotland, 1828-43. (His chief 
work^ 

King Henry VIII. and his Contemporaries, 
1837. 

Life and Character of Henry VIII., 1838. 

Life of the Admirable Crichton, 1819. 

Life of Sir Thomas Craig, 1823. 

Life of Sir Walter Raleigh, 1833. 

Life of Wicklyfif, 1826. 

Lives of Scottish Worthies, 1831-33. 
(His Life, by J. W. Burgon, D.D., 1859.) 
Tttler (William), Edinburgh, 1711-1792. 

Historical and Critical Inquiry into the Evi- 
dence against Mary Queen of Scots, 1759. 

Poetical Remains of James I., 1783. 

Udal (Nicholas), dramatic author, bom in 

Hampshire, 1506-1556. 
Ezechias, 1564. 

Floures for Latine Spekynge, 1533. 
Ralph Roister Bolster, 1534; printed 15C5. 

(The first English comedy.) 
Upham (Thomas), 1799-1872. 
Elements of Mental Philosophy, 1850. 
Life, etc., of Madame Guyon, 1855. 

(Professor of psychology and Hebrew at 
Boudoin College, in Maine, U.S.) 
Urban (Sylvanus), the pseudonym adopted by 

Edward Cave, the original editor and 

founder of the Gentlemen's Magazine, 1731. 

The Twm de plume is still retained by the 

present editor. 
Ure, M.D. (Andrew), chemist, bom at Glasgow, 

1778-1857. 
Cotton Manufactures of Great Britain, 1831. 
Dictionary of Arts and Manufactures, 1839. 
Dictionary of Chemistry, 1821. 
New System of Geology, 1829. 
Philosophy of Manufactures, 1835. 
Urquhart (David), 1805- 

Pillars of Hercules (The), 1850. 
Turkey and its Resources, 1841. 
Urqohart (Sir Thomas), born at Cromarty, in 

Scotland, 1613-1654. 
Epigrams, Divine and Moral, 1641. 
Jewel (The), in praise of Scotland and Scotch- 
men, 1651. 
Longapandectelsion (in six books), 1653. 
Translation of Rabelais, 165a 



Trigonometry, 1645. 

Trissotetras (The), for resolving triangles, 

1649. 
Usher, D.D. (James), archbishop of Armagh, 

chronologist, born in Dublin, 1580-1656. 

(The most learned of all the Irish clergy.) 
Annales Veteris et Novi Testamenti, 1650-54. 

(A chronological work.) 
Britannicarum Ecclesiarum Antiquitates, 

1639. 
Chronologia Sacra, posthumous 1660. (Well 

known.) 
De Ecclesiarum Christianarum Successione et 

Statu, 1613. (His first publication.) 
De Graeca Septuagenta, etc., 1654. (Excel- 
lent.) 
De Romance Ecclesiaa Symbolo, 1647. 
Dissertatio de Macedonum et Asianorum Anno 

Solari, 1648. 
Episcopal and Presbyterian Government en- 

joyned, 1679. 
Historia Dogmatica Controversise . . . posthu- 
mous 1689. 
Immanuel, 1638. (On the Incarnation.) 
Letters, posthumous 1686. 
Original of Bishops, 1641. 
Power of the Prince and the Obedience of the 

Subject (The), 1641. 
Principles of the Christian Religion (The). 

1644. 
Veterum Epistolarum Hibemicarum Sylloge, 

1632. 
Vox Hibemiae, 1642. 

(His Life, by Dr. N. Bernard, 1.656 ; Dr. R. 
Parr, 1686; Dillingham, 1700; T. Smith, 
1722; Dr. J. Aikin, 1773; Dr. Elrington, 
1847.) 

Valpt, D .D. (Richard), grammarian, bom ia 
Jersey, 1754-1836. 
Greek Grammar, 1805. 
Latin Grammar, 1782. 
Vanbrugh (Sir John), dramatist, 1666-1726. 

*^* For his plays, see Appendix III. 
Van Buren (Martin), born in New York State, 
U.S., 1782-1862. 
Inquiry into the Origin of Political Parties ia 
the United States, posthumous 1867. 
Vancouver (George), maritime discoverer, 
1750-1798. 
Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific 
Ocean, etc., 1798. 
Vane (Su- Henry), 1612-1662. 
Healing Question propounded and resolved 

(A), 1656. 
Retired Man's Meditations (The), 1653. 
Two Treatises, 1662. 

(His Life, by G. Sikes, 1662; Knight, 1662; 
Birch ; E. Ludlow, 1771.) 
Vaughan, D.D. (Charles James), Leicester, 
1816- 
Half-hours in the Temple Church, 1871. 
Heroes of Faith, 1876. 
Solidity of True Religion (The), 1874. 
Vaughan (Henry), poet, " The Silurist," wa» 
born in Wales, 1621-1693. 
Flores Solitudinis, 1654. 
Mount of Olives (The), 1652. 
Olor Iscanus, 1651. 
Poems, 1646-47. 
^ex Scintilians (sa<:red poems), 1650-5S. 



VAUGHAN— WACE. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL. 



VERB — WACE. 



1341 



Thalia Redivlva (divine poems), 1678. 
(His Life, by H. F. Lyte.) 
Vadghan, D.D. (Robert), Independent minis- 
ter, historian, 1795-1868. 

Age of Great Cities, 1843. 

Christian Warfare illustrated, 1833. 

Congregationalism, 1842. 

English Nonconformity, 1862. 

Essays, 1849. 

History of England under the House of 
Stuart, 1848. 

John de WycUffe, 1828, 1853. 

Lectures on the Age and Christianity, 1849. 

Lectures on the Corruption of Christianity, 
1834. 

Letter and Spirit, or Spiritualism and Chris- 
tianity, 1849. 

Life of the Rev. Robert Alfred Vaughan 
(his son), 1858. 

Life-search after Religious Truth, 1866. 

Memorials of the Stuart Dynasty, 1831. 

Modern Pulpit (The), 1842. 

Popular Education in England, 1846. 

Protectorate of Cromwell, 1838. 

Protestant Nonconformity, 1843. 

Religious Parties in England, 1839. 

Revolutions in English History, 1359-63. 

Ritualism in the English Church, 1866. 

Sermons on Prophecy, 1829. 

Way to Rest, 1866. 
Vaughan (Rev. Robert Alfred), poet, bom at 
Worcester, 1823-1857. 

Essays and Remains, posthumous 1858. 

Hours with the Mystics, 1856. 
(His Life, by his father, Robert Vaughan, 

D.D., 1858.) 
Vaux (Thomas, lord), poet, 1510-1557. 

" I loath that I did love," 1550. (This poem 
is very interesting, because the Gravedigger 
in Hamlet quotes it : 

A pickaxe and a spade. 
And eke a shrouding sheet, 

A houoe of clay for to be made 
For such a guest most meet.) 

Vaux (William Sandys Wright), archaeologist, 

1818- 
Greek Cities, etc., of Asia Minor, 1877. 
Handbook to the Antiquities in the British 

Museum, 1851. 
Nineveh and Persepolis, 1848. 
Persia from the Earliest Period, 1875. 
Veitch, LL.D. (John), born at Peebles, in Scot- 
land, 1829- 
History and Poetry of the Scottish Border, 

1877. 
Lucretius and the Atomic Theory, 1875. 
Memoir of Sir W. Hamilton, 1869. 
Tweed (The), and other Poems, 1875. 
Venn (Rev. Henry), bom at Barnes, in Surrey, 

1725-1797. 
Compleat Duty of Man (a sequel to The Whole 

DvtyofMan\nu. 
Mistakes in Religion exposed, 1774. 

(His Life, by his grandson, the Rev. John 
Venn, 1834.) 
Tenner, M.D. (Tobias), 1577-1660. 
Baths of Bath (The), 1628. 
Taking of the Fume of Tobacco (The), 

1621. 
Via Recta ad Vitam Longam, 1620. 



Verb (Aubrey Thomas de), poet, 1814- 
Antar and Rora, 1«77. 
Fall of Rora (The), and other Poems, 1877. 
Infant Bridal (The), and other Poems, 1874- 
Saxon Saints (The), 1879. 
Search after Prosperine (The), and other 

Poems, 1843. 
Sketches of Greece and Turkey, 1850. 
Waldenses (The), and other Poems, 1842. 
Vere (Sir Aubrey de), dramatic author, 1788- 

1846. 
Duke of Mercia (The), 1823. 
Julian the Apostate, 1822. 
Mary Tudor (a drama), 1847. 
Song of Faith (A), and other Poems, 1842. 
Vkrk (Sir Francis), 1554-1608. 
Bloody Battel of Nieuport, in Flanders (The), 

1641. 
Commentaries, posthumous 1657. 
Vertue (George), antiquary, London. 1 684-1756. 
Anecdotes of Painting in England, posthu- 
mous 1762. 
Catalogue of the Pictures of Charles 1„ 

James II., and the Duke of Buckingham, 

1757, 1758, 1759. 
Victoria (Queen of Great Britain and Ireland, 

and Empress of India), born at Kensington 

Palace, 1819- 
Early Days of H.R.H. the Prince Consoi-t, 

1867. (Compiled by the Hon. C. Grey, under 

her Majesty's direction.) 
Leaves from the Journal of Our Life in the 

Highlands, 1869. 
Life of H.R.H. the Prince Consort, 1874-78. 

(Under the direction of her Majesty and 

the charge of Sir Theodore Martin.) 
ViNCE (Rev. Sanixiel), mathematician, ♦-1821. 
Complete System of Astronomy, 1797-1808. 
Confutation of Atheism, 1807. 
Elements of Conic Sections, 1781. 
Principles of Fluxions, 1795. 
Propagation of the Gospel (Harleian prize 

essay), 1807. 
VmcENT, D.D. (William), philologist, London, 

1739-1815. 
Commerce and Navigation of the Ancient8,1807. 
Origination of the Greek Verb, 1794. 
Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, 1800-5. 
Voyage of Nearchus, 1797. 
ViNER (Charles), born at Aldershot, in Hamp- 
shire, 1680-1756. 
Abridgment of Law and Equity, 1741-51. 
VorsEY (Rev. Charles), London, 1828- 
Dogma V. Morality, 1866. 
Humanity v. Barbarism, 1868. 
Is every Statement in the Bible . . . True ? 

1864. 
Sling and the Stone (The), 1865-69. 

Wage (Maistre), poet, bora in Jersey, about 
1112-1183. 

Roman de Brut (Le), 1155 ; printed 1836-38 
(i.e. Brute or Brutus, the hypothetical king 
of England). 

Roman de Rou(Le), part i. 1160, part ii. 1170 ; 
first printed 1827 ; new edit. 1876. (Rou, 
i.e. RoUo, duke of Normandy. Part i. is in 
Alexandrine verse, part ii. is in eights.) 

*^* Attributed to him : Chroniques de« 
Pncs de Normandie ; Vie de S. George ; Vie 
de b. Nicolas ; Vie de la Vierge Marie. 



1342 WADDING ^WALKER. 



APPENDIX I. 



WALCOTT — WALKER. 



Wadding (Luke), a i^'ranciscan, bom at Water- 
ford, in Ireland. 1588-1657. 

Annales Ordinis Minorum, 1647-54. 
Waddington, D.D. (George), 1793-1869. 

History of the Church to the Refofmation, 
1833. 

History of the Eeformation on the Continent, 
1841. 

Present Condition, etc., of the Greek Church, 
1829. 

Visit to Ethiopia, 1822. 

Visit to Greece, 1825. 
Waddington, D.D. (John), Congregational 
minister, born at Leeds, in Yorkshire, 
1810- 

Bicentenary Prize Essay, 1862. 

Black Bartholomew, 1862. 

Congregational History, 1869, 1874-78. (His 
chief work.) 

Emmaus, 1846. 

Hebrew Martyrs (The), 1846. 

Historical Papers, 1861. 

Life of John Penry, 1854. 

Surrey Congregational History, 1860. 

Track of the Hidden Church, 1863. 

Wolf in the Fold (A), 1867. 
Wake (Sir Isaac), 1575-1632. 

Rex Platonicus, etc., 1607. 
Wake, D.D. (William), archbishop of Canter- 
bury, born at Blandford, in Dorsetshire, 
1657-1737. 

Defence of the Power of Christian Princes 
over Ecclesiastical Synods, 1697. 

English Version of the Epibtles of the Apos- 
tolic Fathers, 1693. 

State of the Church and Clergy of England, 
1703. 
(His Life, by dean Hook.) 
Wakefield (Edward), jjotitical economist, 
1768-1854. 

Account of Ireland (An), 1812. ("No 
eulogium can be too high." — Edin. Review.) 
Wakefield (IM ward Gibbon), colonial reformer, 
1786-1862. 

England and America, 1833. 

Letters from Sydney, 1829. 

View of the Art of Colonization, 1833. 
Wakefield (Rev. Gilbert), born at Notting- 
ham, 1756-1801. 

Essay on Inspiration, 1781. 

Evidences of Christianity, 1793. 

Expediency, etc., of Public . . . Worship, 
1792. 

Internal Evidence of the Christian Religion, 
1789. 

Memoirs of himself, posthumous 1804. 

Nature of Baptism, 1781. 

Observations on Pope, 1796. 

Opinions of the First Three Centuries con- 
cerning . . . Christ, 1784. 

Poemata, etc., 1776. 

Silva Critica, 1789-95. 

Thomas Paine's Age of Reason examined, 
1794-95. 
Wakefield Plats (The), a collection of an- 
cient plays by various authors, published 
by the Surtees Society in 1836, and called 
the "Townley Mysteries," because the 
MS. belongs to the Townley family. 
Waloott (John), pseudonym "Peter Pindar." 
See WOLCOT. 



Walcott (Rev. Mackenzie Edward Charles^ 
bom at Bath, in Somersetshire, 1822- 

Ancient Church of Scotland (The), 1874. 

Cathedralia, etc., 1865. 

Cathedral Cities of Engla.id and Wales, 1865. 

Cathedrals of the United Kingdom (The), 
1858. 

Constitutions and Canons of the Church of 
England, 1874. 

Double Choir (The), 1869. 

Four Minsters round the Wrekin (The), 1877. 

Handbook for St. James's, Westminster, 1850. 

History of Battle Abbey, 1866. 

History of Christchurch Priory, Hampshire, 
1861. 

History of St. Margaret's Church, West- 
minster, 1847. 

History, etc., of the English Ordinal, 1851. 

Memorials of Stamford, 1867. 

Memorials of Westminster, 1849. 

Minsters and Abbey Ruins of the United 
Kingdom, 1860. 

Plain Persuasive to Holy Communion (A), 
1849. 

Sacred Archasology, 1869. 

William of Wykeham and his Colleagues, 1852. 
Walford (Edward), antiquary and biographer, 
1823- 

Handbook sf the Greek Drama, 1856. 

Life of Lord Palmerston, 1867. 

Life of Louis Napoleon, 1873. 

Life of the Prince Consort, 1862. 

Old and New London (two of -the six volumes ; 
the first two were by G. W. Thornbury), 
no date. 

Tales of our Great Families, 1877. 
Walker (Clement), historian, born at ClifFe, in 
Dorsetshire, 1595-1651. 

High Court of Justice, or Cromwell's Slaugh- 
ter-house, 1654. 

History of Independency, 1648-51. (Crom- 
well committed him to the Tower for this 
book.) 
Walkek (Sir Edward), historian, 1610-1677. 

Coronation of Charles II., 1661. 

Historical Discourses, 1705- 

Iter Carolinum, 1660. 
Walker (George), *-1690. 

True Account of the Siege of Londonderry, 
1689. 
Walker (George Alfred), sanitarian, bom at 
Nottingham, 1807- 

Actual Condition of the Metropolitan Grave- 
yards, 1846. 

Burial-ground Incendiarism, 1846. 

Gatherings from Graveyards, 1839. 

Grave Reminiscences, 1875. 

Graveyards of London (The), 1840. 

Interment and Disinterment, 1843. 

I'ast and Present btate of Intramural Burial 
Places, 1851. 

Practical Suggestions for Extramural Ceme- 
teries, 1849. 
Walker, D.D. (John), *-l730. 

Sufferings of the Clergy ... in the Grand 
Rebellion, 1714. 
Walkkr (John), lexicographer, bom at Colney 
Hatch, in Middlesex, 1732-1807. 

Critical Pronouncing Dictionaiy, 1791. 

Elements of Elocution, 1781. 

Rhyming Dictionary, 1776. 



WALKER — WARD. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, walsingham— ward. 1343 



Waxkeb (William Sidney), poet, 1795-1846. 

Critical Examination of the Text of Shake- 
speare, 1860. 

Poetical Remains. 1852. 

•Shakespeare Versification, 1854. 
Wall, D.D. (William), 1646-1728. 

Defence of the History of Infant Baptism, 
1719. (Highly commended by bishop 
Watson and bishop Tomline.) 

History of Infant Baptism, 1707. 
Wallace (Alfred Russel), born at Usk, in 
Monmouthshire, 1822- 

Contributiona to the Theory of Natural Selec- 
tion, 1870. 

Geographical Distribution of Animals (The), 
1876. (His great work.) 

Malay Archipelago (The), 1869. 

On Miracles and Spiritualism, 1875. 

Travels on the Amazon and Rio Negro, 1852. 

Tropical Nature, 1878. 
Wallace (William Vincent), composer of Eng- 
lish operas, bom at Waterford, in Ireland, 
1814-1865. 

Amber Witch (The), an opera, 1851, 

Desert Flower (The), an opera, 1863. 

Estrella (an opera not completed at his death). 

Love's Triumph (an opera), 1860. 

Lurline (an opera), 1860. Xrvn^ *„„ v„„» n 

Maritana (an opera), 1845. \^^'^ *^° ^««*-) 

Matilda of Hungary (an opera), 1847. 
"Waller (Edmund), poet, born at Coleshill, in 
Hertfordshire, 1605-1687. 

Divine Love (in six cantos), 1685. 

Fear of God (in two cantos), 1686. 

Instructions to a Painter, 1665. 

Invasion and Defeat of the Turks, 1683. 

To My Lord Protector (a panegyric on Crom- 
well), 1656. 

To the King Charles 11. (on his restoration), 
1660. 

Welcome to the Prince of Orange, 1677. 
(His Life, by Bell. 1871.) 
Waller, LL.D. (John Francis), poet and 
biographer, 1810- 

Dead Bridal (The), 1856. 

Festival Tales, 1873. 

Pictures from English Literature, 1870. 

Poems, 1854. 

Revelations of Peter Brown (The), 1870. 

Slingsby Papers (The), 1852. 
(Also editions of Goldsmith, Moore, and 

Swift, with biographies.) 
Wallkr (Sir William), born in Kent, 1597- 
1668. 

Divine Meditations, posthumous 1680. 

Vindication ... for taking up Arms against 
Charles I., first published in 1793. 
Waxus, D.D. (John), mathematician, born at 
Ashford, in Kent, 1616-1703. 

Hobbius Heauton-timorumenos, 1662. 

Mathesis Universalis, 1657. 

Mechanica, sive de Motu, 1 670. 

Mnemonica, or the Art of Memory, 1661. 

Treatise on Logic, 1687. 
Wallis (Samuel), maritime discoverer, •-1795. 

Voyages, 1773. 
Walpole (Horace). See Orford. 
Walsh, M.D. (Walter Hayle), bom at Dublin, 
1816- 

Diseases of the Heart and Great Vessels, 
about 1850. 



Nature and Treatment of Cancer, 1846, 

Practical Treatise on the Lungs, 1842. 
Walsingham (Sir Francis), bora at Chiselhurst, 
in Kent, 1536-1590. 

Complete Ambassador (The), 1655. 
Walsingham (Thomas of), chronicler, 15th 
century. 

Historia Brevls (continuation of Matthew 
Paris from the death of Henry III. to Henry 
VI.), about 1423 ; printed 1603 

Tpodigma Neustriae, 15th century; printed 
1574, and again 1603. 
Walton, D.D. (Brian), bishop of Chester, orien- 
talist, born at Cleveland, in Yorkshire, 
1600-1661. 

Biblia Polyglotta, 1657. 
(His Life, by Todd, 1821.) 
Walton (Izaak), angler and biograpTier, bom 
at Stafford, 1593-1683. 

Compleat Angler (The), 1653. 

Elegy on the Death of Donne, 1633. 

Life of Donne, 1640. (His first publication.) 

Life of Herbert, 1670. 

Life of Hooker, 1665. 

Life of Sanderson, 1678. 

Life of Wotton, 1651. 
(His Life, by sir J. Hawkins, 1760; Dr. 

T. Zouch, 1796 ; sir H. Nicolas. 1833-36 ; Dr. 

G. W. Bethune, US., 1847 ; W. Dowling.) 
Wankltn (James Alfired), analytical chemist, 
1834- 

Treatise on Milk Analysis, 1873. 

Treatise on Tea, Coffee, and Cocoa, 1874. 

Treatise on Water Analysis, 1871. 
N.B. — These are text-books and standard 

works. 
Wabbitrton (Eliot Bartholomew George), tra- 
veller, bom in Ireland, 1810-1852. 

Crescent and the Cross (The), 1845. 

Darien, or the Merchant Prince, posthumous 
1852. 

Life of the Earl of Peterborough, 1853. 

Prince Rupert and the Cavaliers, 1849. 

Reginald Hastings (a novel), 1850. 
Warburton (William), bishop of Gloucester, 
born at Newark, in Notts., 1698-1779. 

Alliance between Church and State, 1736. 

Divine Legation of Moses, 1738 41. (His 
great work.) 

Doctrine of Grace (The), 1762. 

Inquiry into the Prodigies and Miracles re- 
corded by Historians, 1727. 

Julian, 1750. 

Lord Bolingbroke's Philosophy, 1756. 

Miscellaneous Translations, 1714. 

Natural and Revealed Religion, 1753-54. 

Pope's Essay on Man vindicated, 1739-40. 
(His Life, by bishop Hurd, 1788 ; Rev. J. S. 

Watson, 1863.) 
Ward (Artemus). See Browne (C. F.). 
Ward (Edward), usually called " Ned Ward," 
Hudibrastic poet, 1667-1731, 

Adam and Eve stripped of their Furbelows. 
1714. 

Bacchanalia (a poem), 1698. 

Delights of the Bottle (a poem), 1720. 

Histoi-y of the Grand Rebellion (in verBe)t 
1713. 

Hudibras Redivivus (a burlesque poem! 
1705-7. -1 *— y. 

Hudibrastic Brewer (The), a satire, 1714. 



1344 



WARD — WARE. 



APPENDIX I. 



WARD — ^WARE. 



London Spy (The), 1698-1700. 

Miracles performed by Money (a poem), 1692. 

News from Madrid, 1726. 

Nuptial Dialogues, etc., 1710. 

Poet's Ramble after Riches (The), in verse, 
1699. 

Revels of the Gods, 1701. 

Secret History of Clubs (The), 1709. 

Sot's Paradise (The), a satire on ale, 1700. 

Trip to Ireland (A), 1699. 

Trip to Jamaica (A), 1698. 

Vulgus Britannicus (in 15 cantos), 1710. 

Wandering Spy (The), 1722. 

^Vhigs Unmasked (The), 1713. 
Ward, R.A. (Edward Matthew), London, 1816- 

Acquittal of the Seven Bishops (a fresco for 
the House of Commons) ; Alice Leslie con- 
cealing Fugitives from the Battle of Sedge- 
moor (a fresco for the House of Commons) ; 
Anne Boleyn at the Tower Stairs, 1871 ; 
Anteroom at Whitehall during the Dying 
Moments of Charles 11., 1861 ; Baxter and 
Jeffreys, 1870; Boadicea, 1843; Charlotte 
Corday contemplating her Picture before 
her Execution, 1863 ; Charlotte Corday led 
to Execution, 1852 ; Charles II. and Lady 
Rachel Russell, 1874 ; Charles II. assisted 
in his Escape by Jane Lane (a fresco for 
the House of Commons) ; Charles IX. and 
Admiral Coligny, 1873; Cimabue and 
Giotto, 1839; The Daughter of a King, 
1870; Defoe and the MS. of Robinson 
Crusoe, 1849 ; Dr. Johnson and Wilkes, 
1866 ; Dr. Johnson in the Anteroom of Lord 
Chesterfield (his best), 1845 ; Dr. Johnson 
reading the M.S. of The Vicar of Wakefield, 
1843; The Earl of Leicester and Amy 
Robsart, 1866 ; The Emperor of the French 
receiving the "Order of the Garter" (for 
the queen), 1859 ; The Eve of St. Bartholo- 
mew's Massacre, 1873; The Executioner 
tying Wishart's Book round the Neck of 
Montrose (a fresco for the House of Com- 
mons) ; The Fall of Clarendon, 1846 ; For- 
bidden Fruit, 1877; Forgotten, 1877; The 
Foundling Children visiting the Studio of 
Hogarth to see the Portrait of Captain 
Coram, 1863; The Fruit Market at Caen, 
1877; Goldsmith, 1871; Goldsmith as a 
Wandering Musician, 1844 ; Highgate 
Fields during the Great Fire, 1848 ; Inter- 
view between Charles II. and Nell Gwynne, 
1848 ; James II. receiving Tidings of the 
Landing of the Prince of Orange, 1850; 
Jeannie Deans, 1865; Jour Maigre, 1876; 
Juliet and the Friar, 1867 ; King Lear, 
1840; Lady Teazle in her Spinster Days, 
1875 ; La Fleur's Departure from Montreuil, 
1844 ; Landing of Charles II. at Dover (a 
fresco for the House of Commons); Last 
Interview between Napoleon and Queen 
Louisa of Prussia, 1877 ; The Last Sleep of 
Argyll (a masterly fresco) ; The Lords and 
Commons presenting the Crown to William 
and Mary (a fresco for the House of Com- 
mons); Lonis XIV. and his Family return- 
ing from Vinccnnes, 1872; Luther s First 
Study of the Bible, 1869; Mary Antoi- 
nette listening to the Reading ot the Act 
Af her Accusation, 1859 ; Marie Antoinette 
/ parting from the Dauphin in Prisoi.', 1856 ; 



Monk declaring for a Free Parliament (a 
fresco for the House of Commons) ; Na- 
poleon in the Prison at Nice (bought by th« 
duke of Wellington) ; The Night of Rizzio's 
Murder, 1865 ; The Orphan of the Temple, 
1875 ; Portrait of 0. Smith as Don Quixote, 
(his first painting), 1834 ; The Return from 
Flight, 1872 ; The Royal Family of France 
in the Prison of the Temple, 1851 ; A Royal 
Marriage, 1868; A Scene from The Rivals, 
1872 ; The South Sea Bubble (in the Vernon 
Gallery), 1847 ; A Summer Morning, 1876 ; 
A Visit to the Tomb of Napoleon, 1859 ; 
William III. at Windsor, 1877; A Year 
after the Battle, 1876; Young Benjamin 
West sketching the Baby in the Cradle, 
1849. (Chiefly from Men of the Times, 1879.) 
Ward, R.A. (James), London, 1770-1859. 

Alderney Bull, Cow, and Calf, 1820-22. (In 
the National Gallery.) 
Ward, LL.D. (John), London, 1679-1758. 

Lives of the Gresham Professors, 1740. 
(His Life, by T. Birch, 1766 ) 
Ward (Robert Plumer), novelist and historic 
writer, 1765-1846. 

Chatsworth, or the Romance of a Week, 1844. 

De Clifford (a novel), 1841. 

De Vere (a novel), 1827. 

Historical Essay on the (1688) Revolution, 
1800. 

History of the Law of Nations in Europe, 1795. 

Illustrations of Human Life, 1838. 

Pictures of the World at Home and Abroad, 
1839. 

Revolution of 1688 (The), 1838, 

Tremaine (a novel), 1825. 
(His Life, by E. Phipps, 1850.) 
Ward, D.D. (Seth), bishop of Salisbury, astrono- 
mer, born at Buntingford, in Hertfordshire, 
1617-1689. 

Being and Attributes of God, 1662. 

Geometrical Astronomy, 1656. 

Lecture on Comets, 1653. 

On Hobbes, 1659. 

On the Immortality of the Soul, 1652. 
(His Life, by Dr. Walter Pope, 1697.) 
Wardlaw, D.D. (Ralph), Independent winis- 
fer, bom at Dalkeith, in Scotland, 1779-1853. 

Assurance of Faith (The), 1830. 

Christian Ethics, 1833. 

Congregational Independency, 1848. 

Infant Baptism, 1846, 

Lectures on Ecclesiastes, 1821. 

Life of Joseph (The), 1845. 

National Church Establishments considered, 
1839. 

On Miracles, 1852. 

On the Nature and Extent of the Atonement 
1843. 

On Pardon and Assurance, 1831. 

Sabbath (The), 1832. 

Socinian Controversy (The), 1813. 

Systematic Theology, 1854. 

IJnitarianism Indefensible, 1816. 
(His Life, by Dr. W. L. Alexander, 1855.) 
Ware (Sir James), Irish antiquary, "The 
Camden of Ireland," Dublin, 1594-1666. 

De Hibernia et Antiquitatibus ejus Disquisi- 
tiones, 1654-58. 

De Praesulibus Hibemiae Commentarius, 1665. 

Rerum Hibemicarum Annales, 1662. 



WARING — WATSON. 



BIBLIOGRAPHICAL, waterland— watson. 1345 



Waring, M.D. (Edward), matJiematician, horn 
near Shrewsbury, 173&-179S. 

.Meditationes Algebraicae, 1770. 

.Meditationes Analyticae, 1773-76. 

Miscellanea Analytica, 1762. 

Proprietates Algebraicarum Curvarum, 1772. 

.-Varner (Anna B.), of America, sister of Susan 

Warner, pseudonym "Amy Lothrop," *- 

Dollars and Cents, 1852. 

My Brother's Iieeper, 1855. 

Stories of Vinegar Hill, 1871. 
Warner (Susan), pseudonym " Miss Wether- 
ell," novelist, born at New York, U.S., 
1818- 

Melbourne House, 1864. 

Hills of the Shatemuc, 1856. 

Old Helmet (The), 1863. 

Queechy, 1851. 

Wide, Wide World (The), 1849. 
Warner (William), poet, born la Oxfordshire, 
1558-1609. 

Albion's England, 1 586-1606. (Campbell says 
the episode of "Argentile and Curan" is 
the best pastoral in the language.) 

Pan, his Syrinx, 1584. 
Warren (Henry), artist in water-colours, Lon- 
don, 1798. 

Alfred in the Swineherd's Cottage; Christ 
and His Disciples in the Cornfield ; Christ 
and the Woman of Sama